Today’s release of the new cover for The Green Pearl Caper represents a milestone in the coming-of-age of the Damien Dickens Mysteries series. First published in the spring of 2015, The Green Pearl Caper has garnered numerous 4-star and 5-star reviews on Amazon, goodreads and other book retailer sites, and earned Library Journal’s SELF-e Selection […]
Ten years ago, on November 19th, 2007, Amazon introduced Kindle to the world, for US$399. It sold out in five and a half hours, even though there were just 88,000 books available for download. The device remained out of stock for five months until late April 2008. Today, the store has over 7 million e-books…
As you may know, I have a new book coming out on December 5th. It’s called The Worst Noel and it’s part of a 12-ebook set featuring Christmas-themed cozy mysteries. This is my first cozy mystery, and I have to tell you that I really enjoyed writing it. One of the characters in my story, Noley […]
Title: Not Broken Author: Meka James Genre: Contemporary Romance Release Date: November 23, 2017 Cover Designer: Design for Writers Hosted by: Buoni Amici Press, LLC. They say what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger… Calida Jokobi doesn’t see it that way. Surviving an abusive relationship with a sadistic, manipulative man changed her. She has […]
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Such a beautiful and thoughtful review of “Magic”. I’m overwhelmed. Thank you, Iris
Magic O’Clock, by L.S. Fellows, has been rated five stars out of five by reviewer Iris Chacon. A complimentary ARC was provided to Iris for an honest, unbiased review.
Imagine that someone you loved very much simply disappeared. Imagine that you know they become visible again for an hour each day at three o’clock, and you go to that place every day at three just to see your loved one. You can’t talk to them or touch them or even reveal yourself to them, because if you do, they’ll disappear again immediately.
That’s the scenario presented in all its joy and pathos in L.S. Fellows’ short story/novella, Magic O’Clock. The story is so empathetic, enthralling, and eloquent that even readers who thought the subject of dementia held no interest for them will be delighted.
One is tempted at several points to simply stop in the middle of the narrative to…
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Okay, so I have never really done something like this before, so bear with me. I got Magic O’Clock as ebook for free (through Story Cartel) in exchange for an honest review. This book by L.S Fellows speaks of a man who has dementia and how every day, at the ‘magic hour’ tells stories to […]