Writer Resolutions For The New Year (And How You Can Achieve Them)

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Phantom novels republished

Phantom hosted



This is my kind of thing. Hermes Press in the US is currently publishing the original Lee Falk novels about the Phantom, published by Avon Books back in the day. First three titles originally went out in 1972 (as far as I know), and two are out now, soon to be followed by more titles. The good news is that they have kept George Wilson´s original art work.


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Non-Fiction Review: How to Pronounce Drug Names by Tony Guerra, PharmD

Know your drug

The Macabre Author

One of my promises is not to constantly “sell” you my books on my blog. I like to spotlight other authors, and I have a few queued up to tell you all about, but I like to be about variety. So this week, I bring you non-fiction.

Anyone who knows me understands my love for medicine. I have a passion for science. This week, I’m going to tell you all about my nerdy and strange fascination with pharmaceuticals. Go ahead, laugh. Tell me I’m crazy. I’ve heard it all before. I’m probably accused of being a shill for Big Pharma. If this shill thing is real, though, someone please tell me how to become one! I could use the money. (Pfizer? Merck? Novartis? Anyone?)

No takers? Damn.

Well, back to my fascination, then.

I think it all started when I was a young woman and a pharmacist saved my life…

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February Recommended Read

See the gliters

Esprit Papillion

February Recommended Read: Two by Two. By Nicholas Sparks

8/10two-by-two Stars

This is not at all a typical Nicholas Sparks novel.  Instead of falling in love, this book is centered around a man who loses it all.  Piece by piece, Russ loses all that he thought he wanted in life and in the process finds a relationship with his preschool age daughter more rewarding than he could have ever thought possible.  Russ struggles to let go of the life he wanted and focuses on the path, however difficult, that has been placed in front of him.

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