Archive for October 2014

Where is the President?

Oct 30th, 2014 | By

by Roderick Vincent Author note: Promiscuous is an Anonymous hacker in my debut novel The Cause that will be published by Roundfire books on November 28th, 2014  February 1st, 2023 In August of 2014 when I still worked for the NSA, I attended an artificial intelligence conference in St. Louis when riots erupted in Ferguson, Missouri. Details

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Collecting Feathers

Oct 28th, 2014 | By

Eleven tales from the beyond, for the heart, mind and soul. Written by the author of the non-fiction title ‘On Dragonfly Wings – a skeptic’s journey to mediumship’. In this collection of spiritual tales, Daniela Norris opens a door, allowing us to experience various human connections with ‘the other side’. Fans of Mitch Albom and

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The JHP Fiction channel

Oct 26th, 2014 | By

Did you know that we have a channel on youtube? Many of our authors have their own channels, so this is one central spot where you can start, and see if your favourite writers have posted anything. Hearing a writer talk, or read their own work is a very different experience to just reading from

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Oct 24th, 2014 | By

by Helen Noble “Words are potent! Words are powerful symbols of communication. Human history and culture has largely been recorded by way of the spoken and written word, and storytelling has played an integral part of human existence. People make sense of their own lives through the stories of others. From the medieval days of

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FREE fiction- 3 books, one day

Oct 23rd, 2014 | By

We all know how it goes, right? Harold is defeated by the Normans in 1066. French manners lay the bedrock for English aristocracy for centuries afterwards. We look at pigs but eat pork (porc) and all our legal systems have French/Latinate names: justice, jury, court, magistrate, judge.Let’s rewind. How about Harold defeats the Norman invasion

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The Last Observer

Oct 22nd, 2014 | By

Get a flavour of G. Michael Vasey’s occult adventure The Last Observer, with this book trailer…     eBook £6.99 || $9.99 Aug 30, 2013. 978-1-78279-181-2. BUY | AMAZON US | AMAZON UK Paperback £6.99 || $12.95 Aug 30, 2013. 978-1-78279-182-9. BUY | AMAZON US | AMAZON UK

Writers spaces and a little bit of zen

Oct 20th, 2014 | By

Perfect Edge author Anthony David Jacques favours a minimalist approach to his writing space. Basically, this is my spot. It’s free of distractions. There is writing music playing in another room, usually Autechre. All my books are on the other side of the red shelf, or behind me on a shelf, but out of view. Plenty of natural

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Loving or Loathing Your Characters

Oct 18th, 2014 | By

by Suzanne Ruthven In truth, anyone can write a first novel.  The proof of a writer’s talent comes from the second and subsequent books and the creation of a completely different set of characters for each new story.  Or as Gore Vidal observed:  “Each writer is born with a repertory company in his head.  Shakespeare

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Don’t drink and fly

Oct 16th, 2014 | By

Bernice is a witch living in Glasgow. She loses her way in life and wanders off the beaten track looking for the garden of enlightenment. This is the story of Bernice O’Hanlon – Part One, written by Scottish author Cathy Devitt. Comedy and tragedy combined within the Pagan world makes this an excellent read for

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The Cause – trailer and interview

Oct 14th, 2014 | By

Roderick Vincent has a book trailer out…   And you can also see an interview with him, in two stages…   The Cause: eBook £4.99 || $7.99 Nov 28, 2014. 978-1-78279-762-3. BUY Paperback £11.99 || $20.95 Nov 28, 2014. 978-1-78279-763-0. BUY | AMAZON US | AMAZON UK