January 2016


http://www.lainecunningham.com Featured in Oct/Nov 2015 Issue: Read Global When a man dies in the desert, he is completely alone. At thirty-nine, Ian McCabe knew this simple fact. He had spent most of his life working the demanding seasonal jobs that kept Australia’s rural towns alive. He had seen a flat tire turn deadly, and knew[…]

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About the Book: Editor’s Award for Literature “In beautifully rendered, deeply imaginative short stories, Carol Guess and Kelly Magee mine the depths of parenthood while also exploring gender and sexuality.” —The Editors of Shelf Unbound Black Lawrence Press Fiction. LGBT Studies. Hybrid twins: one human, one horse. A man pregnant with a kangaroo, a woman raising[…]

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About the Book: http://www.authorgburke.authorsxpress.com Heroes come in all shapes and sizes, and Paddy Pest is equally comfortable being described as a garrulous gumshoe, a shameful shamus or a lecherous lounge lizard. When the Melbourne community is rocked by the news of abduction and murder, Paddy can smell the prospect of a retainer in the wind.[…]

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About the Book: http://www.diggercartwright.com http://www.mysterydigger.com When Faye Underwood, a distraught young woman, disappears from the elegant Ocean Forest Hotel, Feltus Boone LaMont, the quintessential Southern hotel detective, is drawn into the emotional drama surrounding the guests. As Feltus conducts his investigation into Fayes apparent murder, her husband, Terence, is found murdered in their suitewith the[…]

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About the Book: http://www.danielrose.orgFive decades of the best speeches of Daniel Rose, Chairman of Rose Associates. Winner of a number of national Cicero Speech awards, he has spoken at universities throughout the U.S., Europe and Africa on a broad variety of topics: economics, inner city education, racial problems, real estate, food & wine, and housing.[…]

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About the Book: http://www.victoriacapper.com Amidst the harsh landscape and beauty of the Australian outback, two people are unsure that they’re ready to commit to love.Jenna Mackenzie is ready for a change in her life. so, when her brother is injured just before he takes a job in the outback she leaps at the chance to[…]

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About the Book: Write about the law — and get it right!  The world of law and lawyers, with its suspense, its moral quandaries, and its ripped-from-the-headlines subject matter, provides wonderful material for fiction. This guide will help writers explore these many story possibilities — while avoiding the also-numerous pitfalls awaiting the unwary author.  Included[…]

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About the Book: Well-known as an architect and writer in Leipzig, Germany. Radulf is repulsed by the nature of other people’s selfish living. Ironically, his own character is devoid of morals. Despite the destitution his schemes cause. The power turns obsessive and his appetite for lust gives way for a new motive. Autonomous Publications http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6481406.Anthony_Carinhas[…]

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About the Book: http://www.thelady.com.au As with the Unicorn, Heaven and Earth have no separation within me. I am the One. The once-mighty Roman Empire is crumbling, and the empire has been pulling its legions from the farthest outposts of its vast territory. The withdrawal of Rome’s legions has left the island of the Britons in[…]

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