Writing about writing or other writers can be quite dramatic. It’s almost like an inside look at what it must be like to live life in a full-time successful writer’s career. Conte is good at storytelling. Plus it’s an entertaining read.
The idea of “Martinis & Bikinis” – like so many of massive effect and modest intention – came in an instant. The fact that it involved an anachronistic actor of unique swagger and fortitude as well as one of the world’s most recognized yet private persons, a woman of English elegance and California beauty, surely inspired the madness that would follow in its wake and set fire to a lumpen nation with a fetish for celebrity, sex and scandal.
Gary’s book is divided into seven quadrants: Space Stuff, Time Stuff, Infinite Probability, Dreams, Dimensions, The Future and Cosmic Rant. Each has unique and awesome stories. Readers will get to experience fantasy coupled with science as well as classic and stunning imagination. I applaud Gary’s efforts in the way he has put forth his wonderful imagination in words!
‘A cleverly plotted historical novel populated with interesting, even charismatic, characters. The plot’s focus on Alzheimer is sympathetically written. Highly recommended.’ The Wishing Shelf
At the outset, I must congratulate Ms. Vishakha (Kurve) Kale for presenting to the readers with such a mesmerizing tale of Surbhi and Sushant. The story depicts the life of a sincere, matured and an understanding man, who falls in love with a rape victim, and marries her. In the couple’s world of pure love, there is no place for societal interference. Vishakha’s story suggests the readers on how to create love and bliss in one’s life. The Writer very sensibly projects Sushant’s sincerity and love towards his wife. His devotion and the way he stands by her in her endeavour to punish the culprits is just mind blowing. To all the men and women out there – “there is lot of learn
Mixed Blood is also included in the author’s African trilogy published in 2004 by Xlibris: The Benevolent American in the Heart of Darkness - Pages: 547 ISBN: 13: 978-1-4134-7012-3 (Trade Paperback): $22.94 ISBN: 13: 978-1-4134-7013-0 (Hardback): $33.
It is with great pleasure that I recommend the writings of an exciting Chilean-born Fernando Rodríguez, whose works I have had the pleasure of reading and hearing performed live several times in the past year.
«Ideospheres of Pain» is a thought-provoking short novel that illustrates the passions, pitfalls, pains and problems that can occur when ideas are made into static ideals and ideologies, often masking both humaneness and the individual's experience of L