If you have an eReader that can read Adobe’s ebook format (Nook, Sony Reader and some others….not Kindle) you can download and read books from the new Google ebookstore. Since it was just announced today, I have not had time to play with it on my Nook, but, […]
A friend posted this on Facebook….pretty cool, but, you need to stay put all the way through it.
Galen at Tracy, CA Barnes & Noble asked if I wanted to play with the extra Color Nook he had in the back room. I practically jumped out of my seat! YES! Not having my trusty 5 year old Toshiba laptop with me, or my good camera, I […]
***** Watch these cool (Award Winning!) book trailers ***** 3/18/13 “A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies….The man who never reads lives only one.”. George R.R. Martin, “Dance with Dragons”.
There is some action in the top 15 since I last posted this, and since I lost this web site. There are a few Thrillers / Mysteries on the list this week! WhoooHooo… Since I now have to start building my viewership by scratch again, if you see […]
Just when I started to love my Nook….along comes a new suitor for my affections. I heard from my wife via text and then friend 3Pigs (yeah…ok that is an alias) that the Nook was now out in color. Crap….I have been so distracted with ForCarol.com (and […]
39 thrillers this month! Sorry I’m late posting this, been a very tough few weeks. I’ll do better next month! Happy Reading! FEAR: 13 Stories of Suspense and Horror edited by R.L. Stine Worth Dying For by Lee Child Law of Attraction by Allison Leotta Fall of Giants […]
Genre: Horror E-Gene is a 23 year old PhD microbiologist with a second PhD in computer viral programming. Working at National Lab in the San Francisco Bay Area, E-Gene is well respected among his peers regularly presenting at conferences on his specialty: “Programmable Genetic Transmutation of Computer Viruses in Biological […]
Boss always wanted to take the easy way out. Very lazy. Employees did all the work, while Boss took all the credit. One day, one of the employees brought in an “Easy Button”. Boss thought it was cool, and promptly placed it in a prominent location in […]
Book Review Genre: Thriller Rating: 3.5 WaterTowers (a more intellectual Scot Harvath) Key Points Muslims today believe that the Koran is a perfect, complete, document. In 1972, workers restoring the Great Mosque at Sana’a in Yemen discovered what was believed to have been lost parchments from the original Koran. Thomas Jefferson (yes, […]
There are 36 new Thrillers this month! So many books (or ebooks), so little time. Happy reading! 🙂 I see a new Jordan Dane….if you have not yet read her yet…..do it! She is GREAT! FEAR: 13 Stories of Suspense and Horror edited by R.L. Stine Santa […]
Genre: Horror Phil was always the quiet one. When he was a kid, his Mom always told people he was smart as a whip, but, he never said a word. After Phil grew up, graduated from a prestigious university and went to work…he was still the quiet one. Taking Phil’s […]
Never, even on the coldest day, has a Book ever frozen on me. I’m in the middle of a great book (Brad Thor’s “The Last Patriot”) and my Nook FROZE. Yikes! Nothing I did (remember I am a Techy, so I know a few tricks, http://TelBitConsulting.com) […]
Scanning the Internet today I ran across an interesting article by “The Green Lantern” in The Washington Post. In it, GL proposes that, overall, ebooks are better for the environment than a paper book. Very cool. 🙂 Here is one example: In its lifetime, a book generates about […]
From the New York Times…. James Patterson made $70 million and Stephanie Meyer made $40 million. FYI…I made $50 last year from my writing, so I am definately catching up. 😉 Click this link for the full article and more authors (it is short).
Genre: Horror Joleen worked at the local cafe as a barista. Boss was constantly harassing his employees, especially the women. One day Boss came up with a contest. He wanted a new flavor coffee that would set his Cafe apart from all the others. As a prize for […]