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Knish Of Death.. . . The amateur actors at the Etonville Little Theatre may be known for chewing the scenery, but restaurant manager Dodie O’Dell has something more appetizing for them to sink their teeth into. [...]
Four stories based on a mysterious crypt. Mary Shelley’s League of Supernatural Hunters by Sheila English Spellbound by Amanda Jayde A Charm of Grey by Jocie McKade The Bitter Taste of Time by Wendy C. Williford [...]
Running Out of Time by Suzanne Trauth Dodie O’Dell, manager of the Windjammer restaurant in Etonville, New Jersey, and best friend Lola Tripper, artistic director of the Etonville Little Theatre, have often found themselves embroiled in [...]
New Series BURIED TRUTH by Jannine Gallant A Siren Cove Novel #1 Visit Siren Cove, Oregon, for gorgeous beaches, miles of hiking, delightful small town shops — and a dark side none of its residents could [...]
6 Great Self-Help Books to Check Out By guest blogger Dixie Somers Reading self-help books is an incredible way to boost your self-esteem, develop positive habits, and get in sync with your intuition. Due in large [...]
Five Funny Things About The Making Of Worth Waiting For By Wendy Qualls I’m a huge BBC Sherlock fan. I can’t help it – the show is amazing. Sharp-eyed readers may notice a few (okay, many) [...]
USA Today’s HEA to Interview #1 New York Times Bestselling Author Christine Feehan Live on Facebook!
USA Today’s HEA not only will be interviewing bestselling author Christine Feehan live on her Facebook page, but they will be doing the book trailer reveal of Dark Legacy as an exclusive! It’s all happening July [...]
Last time I came to Reader’s Entertainment, we talked about taking care of yourself during traveling. Today, I want to talk about living the dream. Sometimes people think the road to being published is easy. Write [...]
Breaking Out The Knitting Needles by Shona Husk With Australian winter just around the corner I broke out the knitting needles and made myself a new hoodie cardigan. I don’t knit very often and some of [...]
The “butterflies”, or why I love feel-good romances by Chloe Duval It all began in Scotland, really. Or at least, that’s where I discovered their true power. All through my teens, I had been an avid [...]