Monthly Archives: January 2015

Michael Fertik, Novelist, CEO, Entrepreneur, Cyberthinker

Mind you, I haven’t read a single word of his fiction yet, but his author bio won me over this morning, along with his comment, “For my mom, who was with me from before the beginning, and who is still.” … Continue reading

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Hand/Eye Magazine and Anchal Project: fair trade, fashion & sewing that empowers women

Our daughter Claire, a fashion design and merchandising major, has been writing for Hand/Eye magazine, one of the most beautiful, colorful, vivid and cultural magazines I’ve ever seen. Hand/Eye Magazine showcases fair trade, fashion & sewing that empowers women. As a follower … Continue reading

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Book review: Chimeras – A Track Presius Mystery

Originally posted on FCEtier:
Sherlock Holmes used logic, reasoning, and deduction. Philip Marlowe used street smarts and cunning. Track Presius uses the gift of a genetic anomaly—an animalistic sense of smell. All three combine their unique gifts with keen observation.…

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What I Read in 2014

If I tallied them all, I read 100 novels a year on average, but do not review all of them, or remember to check them all off at goodreads as “read,” past tense. Mark, you go!! Funny how very few … Continue reading

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I am not dating a racial slur.

Originally posted on Ashlynsully:
I work as a waitress. Last night I had a table of about 6 extremely drunk guys come in. Although they were not my table, every time I would walk by them to fill someone’s drink…

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Just picked up Lady Lilith by E.E. Giorgi — Free

Originally posted on John L. Monk:
I’ve been meaning to read something by “She who is called E.E.” for a while now, and here’s my chance. Snag it while it’s free, and be sure to leave a review 🙂

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Safe Reviewing

Originally posted on Lit World Interviews:
It’s important not to tarnish your brand when you’re in the public eye – or to invite others to tarnish it for you. No matter how small a fish you might think you are.…

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