I had the good luck of reading award-winning author Tony Taylor’s first book, Counters. Many of you are well acquainted by how much I love history, so it’s no wonder that I fell in love with the Vietnam war backdrop of the book. Tony’s background was also very intriguing and we ended up doing this interview.
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Read anything good recently? Or perhaps you have to review a book for school? Recently discovered your individualism? Whatever the reason might be, a book review is a priceless gift you can give back to authors who slaved days and nights to produce that book. Read on to find out more! Continue reading “How to Write a Book Review Like a Pro”
I had the wonderful opportunity of reading Anthony’s latest book, Set Free. And as I struck up a conversation with him, I realised I had never seen such a down-to-earth, humble celebrity before. So one thing followed another, and here we are! Continue reading “A Chat with Bestselling Author Anthony Bidulka”
With the release of the trailer for the motion picture adaptation of A Dog’s Purpose, pet lovers have gone crazy looking to pick up ‘furry’ books to read this fall. And since I have more pets than the beach has sand…here are my top picks:
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Here’s the first rough draft of what I want the back cover of my upcoming book, El Dorado: The Untold Story, to read like.
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It was a day like any other, except for one highlight- it was the day that famous underwater archaeologist Franck Goddio set out to find the long lost city of Canopus off Aboukir Bay. Continue reading “The Man Who Found Atlantis”
Dan achieved a BFA in photography and metal working and since graduating, has done neither. By day he works in manufacturing. By night, often very late into the night, he writes and stalks America’s sub-cultures on the vast internets Continue reading “Author Interview: Daniel Straka, Author of A Wolf On the Loose”