August 2018


Winner of the 2014 Shelf Unbound Writing Competition for Best Independently Published Book Wildside Pressdavidgraceauthor.com Shelf Unbound: From the opening scene with two drug-crazed gunmen holding up a corner store, Death Never Lies is a nonstop page-turner that unfolds like a movie. It’s your 15th novel—what have you learned about creating a complex, tight plot in[…]

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Outer Banks Publishing Group Mary L. Tabor’s ingeniously constructed and emotionally rich Who by Fire has a middle-aged widower traversing the downward spiral of his marriage.  Highly recommended for your book club.  Shelf Unbound: You have your main character creating the story of his deceased wife’s affair through memoryand invention. It’s a novel approach to[…]

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If you have yet to discover Amanda Palmer, prepare to be mesmerized. She’s got a critically acclaimed new album, Theatre is Evil, with an über-cool accompanying art book, The Grand Theft Art Companion. She’s got almost 900,000 Twitter followers. And she gives her music away for free. www.amandapalmer.net  |  facebook.com/amandapalmer youtube.com/amandapalmer  |  twitter: @amandapalmer Shelf[…]

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by John Wilmderding Acquavella Gallerieswww.acquavellagalleries.com Rizolli International Publicationswww.rizzoliusa.com “In a career of almost unparalleled longevity and qualitative consistency, he has gained a much-admired seniority among American realist painters. Known for his sensuous brushwork, strong saturated colors, and manipulated spatial design, he has produced an unmistakably singular body of images in an equally personal style of[…]

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John F. Blair, Publisherwww.blairpub.com In her account of the surreal experience of reporting on the all-but-complete destruction of her hometown of Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, former CNN reporter Kathleen Koch gives what may be the best description of Hurricane Katrina’s impact for those of us lucky enough not to have been caught in its path.[…]

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FRAMED: Greg Gorman for l.a.Eyeworks Photography by Greg Gorman Grafiche Damiani www.laeyeworks.com/framed For 30 years, photographer Greg Gorman has made an artful, hip spectacle of artful, hip spectacles with his portrait images for l.a.Eyeworks’ legendary ad campaign, now featured in the new book FRAMED: Greg Gorman for l.a.Eyeworks. We talk eyewear and icons with Gorman. […]

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