Browsing archives for July, 2007

Peter Davies

Author Interviews 31 July 2007 | 0 Comments

Today’s Interview is with Peter Davies author of Scatterlings of Africa ISBN: 0955440904Format: Paperback, 344pp Publisher: Literally Publishing Limite        Penny Sansevieri:       Hello and welcome to the Fascinating Authors Radio Show.  I’m here today with author, Peter Davies who is calling into the show from the UK.  Peter, welcome to the call – […]

Tempted Tigress

Fiction 18 July 2007 | 0 Comments

By Jade Lee   Anna Thomson is a strong but dark and damaged woman. English by birth, she was orphaned in China by a father who is an opium dealer. Anna gets caught up in this dark and desperate world until she meets Zhi-Gang.   Zhi-Gang is the Emperor’s Enforcer hired to rid China of […]

Little Pink Slips

Mystery 17 July 2007 | 0 Comments

Little Pink Slips by Sally Koslow Warning: you will stay up all night reading this book. Little Pink Slips is like fun and delicious, like eating a whole chocolate cake without the guilt. Former McCall’s editor-in-chief Sally Koslow features a delightfully likeable character Magnolia Gold, who gets removed from her position as editor-in-chief of Lady […]

Harry Potter Book 7

Young Adult 10 July 2007 | 0 Comments

The Final Chapter It’s official! Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, the seventh and final book in J.K. Rowling’s magical Harry Potter series, will be released on July 21, 2007. In the February 1 announcement from the book’s publisher, Lisa Holton, President of Scholastic Children’s Books, said, “We are thrilled to announce the publication date […]

Cyber Lies

Self Help 9 July 2007 | 0 Comments

If you think your spouse is cheating on you then this might be the self-help book you need. Mr. Lucich is a data forensics expert with over 20 years of hard-earned experience. I had an opportunity to talk to Mr. Lucich about this intriguing line of work Computer, or maybe we should call it digital […]

Red Hot Internet Publicity

Fiction 9 July 2007 | 0 Comments

Penny C. Sansevieri is a no nonsense thinker and writer. Beginning her career as an author (‘Candlewood Lake’, ‘The Cliffhanger’ etc) she faced the beast of competition in the publishing world, and instead of caving in, she took control, learned all the ins and outs of getting books published, and shared that hard won information […]

Song for the World

Biography 9 July 2007 | 0 Comments

We live in an information overloaded society, yet we actually know so little. While I was reading this book I took a straw pole of some people I know, and 100% of them had no idea who the Colwell brothers, or Herb Allen are. So much information, yet so little knowledge is a real problem […]

Ricochet

Adventure 9 July 2007 | 0 Comments

“Please make sure that your seat backs and tray tables are in the upright and locked position, and that you have your seat belts firmly fastened” before reading P. M. Terrell’s latest novel Ricochet. This book is one wild and high speed ride! The opening starts with a bang, literally, with a suicide bombing in […]

Point and Shoot

Adventure 9 July 2007 | 0 Comments

If there is a tagline for Lock Tourmaline the hero of Point and Shoot, it would be “That man is an asshole!” G. D. Baum is new to the literary world and in this, his first book, he introduces us to his main character Lock. Lock is en ex-cop, turned private investigator, who luckily is […]

Hot Water

Fiction 9 July 2007 | 0 Comments

In her first novel, Hot Water, Kathryn Jordan depicts a woman who takes wants to escape her abusive marriage for a weekend retreat in a luxury spa. So, she hires a gorgeous man through the Internet as her escort, buys sexy lingerie, and leases a red Lamborghini Murcielago to complete her fantasy. While at the […]