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Between the Beats · 12h ago

Love Is In the Air: “View From the Sixth Floor: An Oswald Tale”

Originally posted on Between the Beats: When I started writing this book it was primarily to present a different angle on the assassination of President John Kennedy on November 22, 1963 on ...
Between the Beats · 1W ago

“Gwendy’s Button Box” by Stephen King and Richard Chizmar

  Stephen King and Richard Chizmar take the reader back to the town of Castle Rock, Maine where the unlikely is always likely to happen. In Gwendy’s Button Box, twelve-year-old Gwendy Peters...
Between the Beats · 1W ago

Strange Weather: Four Short Novels By: Joe Hill

  I have a new favorite author. Oddly enough, he’s the son of my former favorite author. Joe Hill, son of Stephen King, has surpassed his father in the brilliant writer department. Make no m...
Between the Beats · 1W ago

Age of Consent: Sexual Predators

I was twelve years old, in the sixth grade in elementary school. I was old enough to walk home by myself. My mother was a single parent by then and worked until about four o’clock in the aft...
Between the Beats · 1W ago

Naming characters in medieval historical novels: The Troubadours Quartet: Jean Gill

I recently reviewed the fourth and final book in The Troubadours Quartet, a historical romantic adventure series by award-winning author Jean Gill. “Song Hereafter” is a beautiful conclusion...
Between the Beats · 2W ago

“Perfect Match” by Alexis Alvarez

It’s no secret that I am a huge fan of Alexis Alvarez. I’ve read almost every book and short story she’s written; so, it was with delight I accepted an advance copy of Perfect Match in excha...
Between the Beats · 2W ago

“Sleeping Beauties” by Stephen King & Owen King

  I confess I was skeptical when I saw my favorite author, Stephen King, had paired up with his son, Owen King, to write a book. I wondered if their writing would be similar, would they comp...
Between the Beats · 3W ago

“The Little Blue Book for Authors: 53 Dos & Don’ts Nobody Is Telling You” by Gisela Hausmann

  As a rule I am not a great fan of self-help or advice books. That being said, there is one author I will go to every time I am looking for indie author advice: Gisela Hausmann, a top Amazo...
Between the Beats · 3W ago

October Book Updates!

  Just a few more days to get these book deals!   Drawing Ends October 31. Enter to win a SIGNED copy of “Riddle”! No strings, no commitment. Riddle by Elizabeth Horton-Newton “Seven years a...
Between the Beats · 3W ago

“Remembrance of Things Present: Making Peace with Dementia” by Peter Maeck

As the adult child of a parent who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, I was eager to read Remembrance of Things Present: Making Peace with Dementia by author Peter Maeck. I was pleased to find ...