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Guest Author: David Doub

31 December 2009 Jackie 0

Today, Literary Escapism is excited to welcome David Doub, author of the graphic novel, Dusk and Dusk – One Shot! David is currently getting ready for Indy Comic Book Week where he’ll have this gem of a book available: Dusk – One Shot Eve’s life is a living hell of […]

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Smolder by M. Morel

29 December 2009 Jackie 6

The third novel in Melina Morel’s Institut Scientifique series, Smolder is an interesting read. Vengeance has its price. But you pay for passion forever… Descended from werewolf hunters, Catherine Marais has vanquished countless of their vile kind-including the one that slaughtered her father. Her debt of blood and honor was […]

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Maria Snyder @ Murder One Film Club

29 December 2009 Jackie 1

I just received this bit of news and thought I would pass it along to everyone in the UK region. _________________________________________________________ Ring in the New Year with Murder One Film Club and the first great fantasy-romance film night of 2010! Murder One presents an evening with Maria V. Snyder on […]

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Massive Release Day

29 December 2009 Jackie 3

Check out all these great novels coming out today…

Shades of Midnight by Lara Adrian (Midnight Breed #7)
My Zombie Valentine – Anthology featuring Anthology – Angie Fox, Katie MacAlister, Marianne Mancusi, Lisa Cach
Eternal Hunger by Cythnia Eden
Street Game by Christine Feehan (GhostWalkers #8)
Hunting Julian by Jacquelyn Frank (Gatherers #1)
Nice Girls Don’t Live Forever by Molly Harper (Jane Jameson #3)
Deadtown by Nancy Holzner (Victory Vaughn #1)
Crimson & Steam by Liz Maverick
A Highlander’s Destiny by Melissa Mayhue (Daughters of the Glen #5)

plus many more

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Deadtown by N. Holzner

28 December 2009 Jackie 6

When I first saw the cover for Nancy Holzner’s Deadtown, I was intrigued. I saw this great cover with lots of promise, and I have to say, it definitely delivered. They call it Deadtown: the city’s quarantined section for its inhuman and undead residents. Most humans stay far from its […]

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Sunday Surprise!

27 December 2009 Jackie 1

Demon Hunter by Cynthia Vespia Do you know what horrors lie beyond these pages? Costa Calabrese has just uncovered the truth about his past. Some truths should never be revealed. When you learn you’re the son of the worlds foremost and feared hunter of demons, life’s rules inevitably change. Now […]

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Prey by M. Morel

27 December 2009 Jackie 1

First off, I have no clue what Melina Morel is calling it, but I just finished the second novel, Prey, in her Institut Scientifique series. I have to say, I enjoyed this one…it definitely had my attention. Vivian Roussel prefers to keep a low profile—she is, after all, a werecat, […]

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Turnskin by N. Kimberling

24 December 2009 Karyl 1

I received Turnskin from a friend of mine and was looking forward to an interesting diversion. Raised in a remote farming community, Tom Fletcher knows little of his Shifter heritage and less about the dangerous lives that other Shifters lead in the city of Riverside. For Tom the big city […]

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A Christmas Dream…

24 December 2009 Jackie 0

It is Christmas and everything so I thought I would share my latest desire…an office. Yesterday, I was attempting to clean my office for the upteenth time, and I started wishing I had an actual desk, someplace to score all the stuff I have. Yesterday, I was on Scene of the Blog over at Kittling Books, which has an older picture of my office, and while it’s nice…I’m ready for something that wasn’t pieced together over a few years. Then I started picturing the office I wanted.