Slaves of Men and Gods

A gripping tale of intrigue and ancient traditions in the 21st century. Tribes, Shrine Priests, Ancient Traditions and the
oldest Profession in the world.

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There are a number of essential techniques an author must master if they ever want to top a bestsellers list and none more so than the ability to deliver genuine suspense.

Best Graphic Novels – Sonora Pass

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An exceptional achievement in graphic storytelling Olmos and Nichols have created a powerful and absorbing murder mystery where the intrigue is more unsettling than it first appears.

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Not In The Game

Sensational sex and its consequences make for red-hot snippets of deviance and intrigue in Not in the Game

Bishops Law

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Hines had a huge bestseller and a multiple award winner with Bishop’s War and fans will be thrilled to find Bishop’s Law delivers the same and more!

The Best Fictional Heroes – Is Your Hero The Next Bestseller?

Heroes come and go. That’s certainly true of the fictional variety where very few linger in the mind beyond the last page of a novel. So what makes the perfect fictional hero?

Embodying Soul: A Return to Wholeness

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“Soul embodiment means to feel without boundaries, discrimination, or judgement all that is available to be felt in each moment”, writes Mangis. And she reminds us there is no map for navigating the complicated web of the human experience.

Should Authors Blog Or Is Blogging Dead?

When Huffpost Editor-in-chief Jimmy Leach announced the closure of its blogging platform he said that “publishing thousands of blogs has been a distraction from the delivery of impactful, targeted investigations, explainers, breaking news and lifestyle and entertainment journalism.”

Dystopian Fiction – The Intelligence Factor

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Hitting you square between the eyes and lingering in your thoughts once finished Logsdon’s writing is tense and earnest as he weaves a graphic tale of emotional complexity in a painfully plausible near dystopian future.