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The Killer In Love: Richard Condon’s Prizzi’s Honor Becomes A Movie

The Killer In Love: Richard Condon’s Prizzi’s Honor Becomes A Movie By Courtney Joyner   Agent-turned-producer John Foreman had the enormous success of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid behind him and Richard Condon had become a literary titan with The Manchurian Candidate when the two decided to join forces to bring Prizzi’s Honor to the…

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An Interview with Sharon Sala

An Interview with Sharon Sala By Lauren Bridges Sharon Sala is a name I’m sure most people have heard at one time or another, and if you haven’t, it’s not too late. Best-selling author of over 125 books and novellas in six different genres – Romance, Young Adult, Western, Fiction, and Women’s Fiction and Non-Fiction.…

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New From the Book Factory – from Stephen Mertz

New From the Book Factory! from Stephen Mertz   After living 40 years here in Cochise County, Arizona just a few miles down the road from Tombstone, after daily stalking these desert sands soaked in the history and mythology of the old west, NORTH OF TOMBSTONE is a novel I HAD to write. I’ve spent…

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Through the Sniper’s Scope: Richard Condon’s The Manchurian Candidate Becomes a Movie

Through the Sniper’s Scope: Richard Condon’s The Manchurian Candidate Becomes a Movie by Courtney Joyner Always an author of rebellious fiction, stories that punch out the walls of convention with angry diatribes and absurdities, novelist Richard Condon was, surprisingly, a Hollywood veteran before he ever wrote a novel. The man who took deadly aim at…

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An Introduction to W.P. Kinsella’s Shoeless Joe

An Introduction to W.P. Kinsella’s Shoeless Joe written by Chris Enns   From the moment a reader cracks the spine of author W.P. Kinsella’s celebrated book Shoeless Joe, they’re reminded how intoxicating and magical the game of baseball can be. Originally published by Houghton Mifflin in 1982, Kinsella’s novel is a mixture of baseball lore…

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Harold Robbins at the Movies by C. Courtney Joyner

Harold Robbins at the Movies by C. Courtney Joyner It started with a bet. The year was 1947 and Universal Pictures executive William Goetz was told by one of his young vice-presidents that the studio should pass on a high-priced novel they were set to buy.  Goetz, annoyed with the upstart’s critique, bet Harold Rubin…

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The Cure to Your Quarantined Boredom

The Cure to Your Quarantine Boredom Times are tough out there, but that doesn't mean you have to be bored at home. We have books in every genre for just $0.99 to keep you busy during these next few weeks. But we also have four books FOR FREE that you can download to your Kindle…

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Writing The Blue Pearl by L.J. Martin

Writing The Blue Pearl by L.J. Martin If any of you are interested in the process of writing a thriller such as THE BLUE PEARL, let me take a moment to explain mine… First, my wife and I took the exact cruise as is the background for the novel. In addition to visiting the ship’s…

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7 Western Tropes We Never Get Tired Of

7 Western Tropes We Never Get Tired Of

The western is an intense, action-packed, deep genre of fiction. While not the most popular, those who are fans are die-hard. But what about this genre inspires

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Brent Towns

A Team Reaper Author Interview: Brent Towns

Brent Towns A relative newcomer to the world of writing, Brent Towns self-published his first book, a western, in 2015. Since then, he has written over 26 western stories and various other genres. Brent Towns is one of three authors of the new action & adventure Team Reaper Series for Wolfpack Publishing.   Wolfpack: You…

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