Today we have a sneak peek from the mystery novel by author Newton Love: No Accounting for Taste.
When Nick Schaevers takes the case, his client is already in prison, convicted of murdering a business partner. If ever there was a need for St. Jude-the Patron Saint of desperate situations-to intercede, this was it. To discover who framed his client, Nick must break laws, both statute and spiritual, and wager his life in a dangerous bet before he is through. In the course of the investigation, Nick meets Wendy Crooks, who may be the soul-mate he had almost given up on meeting. The psychological strain of his life and work circumstances crossed with a new woman causes him to grow but develop new neurosis, too.
No Accounting for Taste is available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Amazon UK.
And now, an excerpt from No Accounting for Taste…
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This exciting new quiz book contains 500 questions (and answers) on nearly every subject: Sports, music, radio, books, comics, TV, cartoons, movies, politics, history, geography … pretty much anything and everything. You’ll find hours of family-friendly fun in the Pop Culture Quiz Book!
The Pop Culture Quiz Book, the new book by author Rich Meyer, is available through Amazon.com and Amazon UK.
Don’t forget, you can cast your vote for trailer of the month on July 27, 2013 at 5 p.m. Pacific time.
Marcia Gates: Angel of Bataan
by Melissa Bowersock
Genre: NF Biography
Word count: 36,168
Marcia L. Gates was an Army nurse and prisoner of war during WWII. As an “Angel of Bataan,” she spent three years in a Japanese internment camp in the Philippines. This is her award-winning story, told through her letters and the newspaper clippings, photos and letters collected by her mother.
This book is available from Amazon, Smashwords, and Barnes & Noble.
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Truth in writing, what does it mean to the writer, how important is it?
Nonfiction is a form of narrative whose assertions are understood to be factual; accurate or not. That is, it can be a true or false account of the subject in question; however it is generally assumed that the authors of such accounts believe them to be truthful at the time of their composition. I put it to you that, oftentimes, those prose are written from a highly prejudicial point of view. I can just see those nonfiction purists among you shaking your heads. Continue reading “Nonfiction vs. Fiction”