Submitted by riverhorse on Sun, 12/11/2016 - 17:12
I have a short book intro for you today. I don't read horror, but I assume some of you do, so I always offer a book intro post for anyone who contacts me offering a review copy of a horror book. (Actually, there is a standing offer of a book intro post for anyone who has written a short ebook or a collection of short stories!)
Anyway, today Kevin J. Kennedy introduces us to a book in which he has a short story:
Submitted by riverhorse on Sun, 10/16/2016 - 16:44
Today's Book Introduction guest post comes from Daniel Bristow-Bailey, introducing his historical fiction novella, The Ruins, set in seventh century England. This is a fascinating time in history, with a lot of social change, which makes for an interesting back drop to a story. I'm looking forward to reading this novella!
It has been awhile since we've had a Book Introduction guest post. This one has been in my "to do" box for awhile, but had to wait for me to return from vacation and get caught up with things. Today's introduction is of a crime thriller set in Los Angeles.
Submitted by riverhorse on Fri, 06/10/2016 - 23:51
Time for a Book Introduction post! Today's post comes from Jeremy Baker, introducing his story collection, Drawing in the Dark. I love the image of using writing to turn yourself into a damp washcloth, so you can wring out some of the emotions.
Submitted by riverhorse on Sun, 05/08/2016 - 16:34
Today's post is a Book Introduction for the first in a planned series of novellas about B-movie monsters in the modern world... which sounds like a lot of fun!
Zombies: A Labor Of Love
by Kathy Bryson
Those who know me were a little surprised by the choice of zombies in my new series. Okay, they weren’t that surprised. Earlier I wrote leprechaun love stories, so really zombies weren’t that odd a choice for me. But they were a very personal one.
Submitted by riverhorse on Sun, 04/03/2016 - 15:02
I don't read horror, but that is a personal preference, not an indictment of the genre. I'm always happy to share book introductions for horror short ebooks. Today's book introduction comes to us from English author Dane Cobain.
Submitted by riverhorse on Sun, 03/06/2016 - 17:38
This is a guest post by Dave Tomlinson, introducing his collection of travel stories. I love a good travel story, so I've added this to my "to read" list...read the post and see if you might want to, as well.
Aroung the World in 80 Tales
80 Stories, 25 Countries, 5 Continents, One Heck of a Ride!
Submitted by riverhorse on Sun, 02/07/2016 - 05:29
This is a Book Introduction guest post from M. T. Miller, introducing a "grim but funny" book. The description reminds me a bit of the movie Memento, which might just be enough to make me pick it up. Read the introduction and see if it intrigues you, too.