By: Guest Column | July 28, 2017
When does black women’s fiction become just women’s fiction? To answer that question, we’d first have to establish the difference between the two.
Some might argue that it’s the characters, others might say them ...
Posted Wednesday, September 20th 2017 at 7:32PM
Atlanta X-Men Homicide novels, Kremlin Tide, Cold Lick and the upcoming release, Serial Rites, have all been reduced from $.0.99 to free! This is a chance to catch up with the start of the series to next month's release. Also, S.Y.P.H.E.N. e-book is ...
Posted Wednesday, September 13th 2017 at 6:46PM
Body Double by Tess Gerritsen is my first foray into the medical suspense genre. When Boston Police Department Detective Jane Rizzoli discovers the dead doppelganger of her Medical Examine friend Dr. Maura Isles, we're off. A labyrinth of startling d ...
Posted Friday, September 1st 2017 at 7:22PM
The Serial Rites book trailer is live www.cortezlaw.net, You Tube, God Tube, Goodreads, my Facebook page and many groups that specialize in book trailers. I'll connect with many more sites in the coming days and weeks. Pre-sales for the Serial Rites ...
Posted Thursday, August 3rd 2017 at 7:14PM
The story is about an unstable Atlanta Homicide Sergeant Malcolm Hobbs who leads his X-Men Detective Squad in a manhunt to apprehend the twisted mind and M.O. of a serial killer dubbed, The Profiler.
My video files aren't supported here so please ...
Posted Wednesday, August 2nd 2017 at 8:16PM
By Keith Rogers Las Vegas Review-Journal
July 17, 2017 - 8:34 am
**The Waste Lands Report on America's Nuclear Disposal Issues**
Geologists say a small earthquake that shook the Nevada National Security Site early Monday occurred along ...
Posted Wednesday, July 19th 2017 at 1:32PM
The next book trailer in the Atlanta X-Men Homicide Squad series titled, SERIAL RITES, will debut on August 2, 2017! Keep abrest of the appearance with the countdown on my home page! ...
Posted Monday, July 17th 2017 at 11:19PM
Worth Dying For, Lee Child’s 15th novel to feature Jack Reacher, finds our knight-errant among the residents of Nebraska during winter. The residents find themselves hostages of the Duncan family. They control all the commerce in the area and the loc ...
Posted Monday, July 10th 2017 at 6:17PM
Walter Mosley’s Fear of the Dark follows Fear Itself main characters, Fearless Jones, and Paris Minton. As in the prior book, Paris Minton remains the point-of-view character. What I like best about this book is Minton's interior monolog. I love his ...
Posted Thursday, July 6th 2017 at 6:11PM
*Another story from The Waste Lands Report.*
By Rob Nikolewski | Contact Reporter
June 17, 2017 | 6:00 AM
Is there a chance that the tons of nuclear waste at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) could finally get moved to anoth ...
Posted Wednesday, July 5th 2017 at 7:51PM
I haven't read the book and if this trailer is any indication, and it should be, this is one creepy thrill ride! Yikes! From the mind of the creator of the CSI: series, Anthony Zuiker, comes Level 26 in its visual form.
Last week I talked about tr ...
Posted Thursday, June 29th 2017 at 9:42PM
Guest Column | April 19, 2017
*From Writer's Digest's 'Guide to Literary Agents' Blog*
During my time in the writing community, there’s one thing I’ve noticed on which most people agree: how awful it is to write a synopsis. Authors are hardwire ...
Posted Wednesday, June 28th 2017 at 6:45PM
*Here's another piece from the The Waste Lands Report*
by Craig Fiegener and Marvin Clemons
WASHINGTON, D.C. (KSNV News3LV) — Despite Nevada protests against it, a measure to make Yucca Mountain the nation's nuclear waste repository advanced in a c ...
Posted Wednesday, June 21st 2017 at 3:32PM
Today I want to start the new topic of book trailer reviews. In recent years, their necessity's been up for debate. On one side, it may ruin the readers' imagination of what lies within the book. On the other side, we live in the age of video and mor ...
Posted Monday, June 19th 2017 at 7:51PM
Whew! Joel C. Rosenberg's political thriller, Dead Heat, shakes, rattles and rolls the world of the book and the reader, who invests time in its harrowing events.
Book #5 in The Last Jihad Series, I'm behind in reading about the terrifying tales ...
Posted Monday, June 12th 2017 at 6:12PM
By Nicholas K. Geranios and Manuel Valdes
The collapse of a tunnel containing radioactive waste at the Hanford nuclear weapons complex underscored what critics have long been saying: The toxic remnants of the Cold War are bein ...
Posted Tuesday, May 16th 2017 at 10:10PM
Well, well, well, Richard C. Hale’s Frozen Past. I won’t detail every twist, but here's what I will avow. The book states it’s a Jaxon Jennings Thriller, but he wasn't the first story focus. Teenager Luke Harrison and his friends Jimmy and John Besne ...
Posted Tuesday, April 4th 2017 at 7:53PM
Ted Dekker’s The Priest’s Graveyard is a riveting suspense/thriller character piece. The story starts with a woman named Renee Gilmore who feels a pressing need to deliver a written confession to a Father Andro, a Bosnian priest, from a Danny Hansen, ...
Posted Saturday, March 11th 2017 at 10:10PM
By: Brian A. Klems | January 18, 2017
Raymond Chandler, in The Simple Art of Murder, famously described the heroic detective: A man who is neither mean nor tarnished. Who is unafraid and honorable. He is lonely, but well fit for the adventure of u ...
Posted Thursday, February 16th 2017 at 7:03PM
NBy David Wagman | Posted 27 Jan 2017 | 13:00 GMT | From the IEEE Spectrum
Will Yucca Mountain rise again?
The answer may be more political than technical. And the topic of long-term nuclear waste storage is just one of dozens facing Ene ...
Posted Thursday, February 16th 2017 at 6:59PM
By: Guest Column | January 16, 2017
In New York Times bestselling author Peter James’s latest Detective Roy Grace novel, much of the narrative is from the point of view of antagonist Jodie Bentley, a psychopathic Black Widow systematically marryin ...
Posted Friday, January 27th 2017 at 7:20PM
Posted January 14, 2017 - 9:02pm
From the Las Vegas Review-Journal
By Dean Heller and Dina Titus
Special to the Review-Journal
Since 1987, the Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Repository has been a thorn in Nevada’s side. Because of bad po ...
Posted Tuesday, January 24th 2017 at 9:17PM
By Asher Price - American-Statesman Staff
Posted: 12:00 a.m. Sunday, January 08, 2017
Highlights:Waste Control Specialists have long sought a high-level radioactive waste storage permit for Texas site.
Waste Control Specialists was once contro ...
Posted Tuesday, January 24th 2017 at 9:13PM
At the present time, this 18th or 19th-century adage doesn't have a definitive author, though Edmund Burke's name gets the most attributes, it nicely ties into the theme of this post.
In the horror thriller, The Silence of the Lambs, an FBI agent ...
Posted Friday, January 13th 2017 at 8:08PM