Single Mom Finds Happiness During A ‘Snowfall On Cedar Trail’ [REVIEW]

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Will a single mom protect her secrets or open her heart? (Photo courtesy Canva)

A single mom. A hot cop. The secret that stands between them. Will she be able to deal with her past and embrace a chance at happiness with the man of her dreams? Find out in Annie Rains’ new novel, Snowfall on Cedar Trail. Read more of this post

‘Invisible As Air’ Takes A Hard Look At Opioid Addiction [REVIEW]

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A desperate housewife learns to deal with life her own way. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A loving mother. A painful memory. A little cheat. Will her method of dealing with the past be her saving grace or become her private hell? Find out in Zoe Fishman’s insightful new drama, Invisible As Air.  Read more of this post

Deadly Storms Threaten Mass Casualties in Alex Kava’s ‘Desperate Creed’ [REVIEW]

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Ryder Creed and his K9 companion Grace look for survivors after deadly storms sweep Alabama. (Photo courtesy Canva)

The winds are changing. A storm is coming. And one woman is fighting for her life. As danger creeps closer, will two men and their dogs prove to be any help? Find out in Alex Kava’s hair-raising new novel, Desperate Creed.  Read more of this post

‘The Secret Life of Mrs. London’: Five Questions for Rebecca Rosenberg [INTERVIEW]

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Novelist Rebecca Rosenberg loves digging into history.

A few days ago, we introduced you to Rebecca Rosenberg’s novel, The Secret Life of Mrs. London, a brilliant tale that chronicles Jack London’s marriage to his enigmatic wife, Charmian. As engrossing as this story is, we were dying for the chance to dig a little deeper. So we hope you find our insightful interview with the writer as fascinating as we did. Enjoy! —J&H Read more of this post

‘Hitler in Los Angeles’ is the Wake-Up Call America Needs Now [REVIEW]

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The Nazi-based Friends of the New Germany hold a party in Los Angeles to mark Adolph Hitler’s birthday in 1935. (Photo courtesy USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences/YouTube)

Radicalized hate groups. Political conspiracies. Undercover spies. The Hollywood elite. These may sound like elements taken from today’s news headlines, but in fact they are aspects of a little-known story that unfolded more than 80 years ago in the the City of Angels. Now historian Steven J. Ross reveals this compelling tale in his Pulitzer-Prize nominated book, Hitler in Los Angeles.  Read more of this post