John Rydzewski follows up his hilarious photo journey of China’s food offerings, with an in-depth look at the culture and society of present-day China in his book China Diaries & Other Tales From the Road. Written with wit, humor and a keen eye for details that may slip by the average traveller, Rydzewski entices the reader to get a ticket and…
K.B. Dixon’s latest book The Photo Album continues to draw attention. Dixon’s book was one of four finalists for the 2012 National Indie Excellence Award in Literary Fiction. Keep up the great work K.B.!
Dan Brown’s book, Roll Over Hitler! continues to generate media attention with its recent review in JTNews. This comes on the heels of Dan’s book winning a Silver Medal for the 2011 IPPY Awards in Popular Fiction. The review describes the book as a political farce that finds Ron Goldberg, a liberal U.S. Senator, elected…
We have to let Ross Cavin’s review stand for itself: “If you like drinking milk while reading, only to have it squirt from your nose seconds later, this is a book for you.”
Soul for Sale was a finalist in the 2010 Next Generation Indie Book Awards in two categories: Best Humor/Comedy and Best Cover Design/Fiction.
Stephanie Snowe, author of Meeting Mr. Wrong: The Romantic Misadventures of a Southern Belle, will be a presenter at the 2010 South Kentucky Book Fest on April 17, 2010.
Inkwater Press announces with diabolical glee the publication of Barry Smith’s Only Milo, a twisted and darkly funny thriller about the publishing industry.
Eileen McVety, author of Welcome to the Company (or what it’s really like working here), will share tips and tongue-in-cheek wisdom from her book Saturday, Aug. 8, at 8 a.m. Pacific Time in an interview with Barry Eva of “A Book and a Chat” on BlogTalkRadio.
Stephanie Snowe, author of the tragically funny ‘Meeting Mr. Wrong:The Romantic Misadventures of a Southern Belle,’ has been invited to rub elbows with more than 200 other authors at one of the nation’s largest literary festivals.
Last week we featured some great non-fiction reads. This week we’ve turned the page to suggest a few works of fiction for all ages and preferences. If you are going to the beach or just planning to relax at home, the following books should keep you and your children entertained.
City of Hamburgers, by Mike Reiss of The Simpsons, fame, was recently named a finalist in the 2008 ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year Awards in their Children’s Picture Books category.
On February 13th, Ripley’s Believe It or Not online comic strip marveled at Alexandre and Sonia Poussins’ three-year, 8,000-mile walk along the length of Africa. This amazing journey inspired their book, Africa Trek.