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Book Reviews

Breachers - Review

Breachers - Review

Can this anti-hero give up a life of easy money and become the savior the Rogues need, or will it cost him everything—even his immortality?
How to Write Dazzling Dialogue - Review

How to Write Dazzling Dialogue - Review

Bell's book on dialogue is written so that most folks can easily understand what he's demonstrating. If you are a writer, wanting to get published; if you teach writing; if you are the parent of a young writer; and yes, even if you're an already published author -- give this book a read. It's now a permanent part of my writer's toolkit, and I highly recommend it to anyone wanting to up their fiction writing game.
Love on a Limb - Review

Love on a Limb - Review

Cancer. It's one of those words that make just about anyone cringe. But what happens when you're fighting a losing battle? For your life, for your voice, for dying on your own terms?

That's the question that bachelor Matt Grayken faces when he makes the choice to propose to Mikaela in the opening chapter of L.C. Lewis's contemporary romance, Love on a Limb.


Author Interviews

Interview with Donna Migliaccio - Author of RAGIS

Interview with Donna Migliaccio - Author of RAGIS

Welcome to another edition of Between the Lines! This week’s featured author is not a new name around Thrice Read Books. In fact, we’ve taken part in three cover reveals and reviewed her first three books in The Gemeta Stone series. Book four, Ragis, is now out, and we’ll be reviewing this one as well. She is an author and actress. We sat down with Donna Migliaccio back in July, to talk books, writing and more.

Interview with Charley Pearson - Author of SCOURGE

Interview with Charley Pearson - Author of SCOURGE

CharleyScourge - yes, quite different. I had this idea for the technology back in college, but it was premature. Now that computers are so much better, I dug it out and couldn't resist finally writing it. The tale includes a recurring theme for me -- pragmatism vs. morality (aren't there at least some situations where ends justify means? Maybe?), plus the idea of someone who decides, dang it, they're going to do what seems right no matter what it costs them.