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The Three Best Types of Audiobooks

Over the past couple of years I’ve had a near total polar switch in my reading habits. Now, I listen to audiobooks far more than I read physical books or e-books. Part of this a function of my day job, and part of this is a corrective measure after having a particularly low reading total...

Listened & Appreciated: Favorite 2019 albums
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Listened & Appreciated: Favorite 2019 albums

There are people who say they listen to different types of music, and there are people that actually do. My aim is always the latter, to be a musical omnivore always seeking out new to me music, and every year the bounty grows. This year I listened to 800+ albums that were released in 2019....

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Beverly Bambury, In Her Own Words

I have spent the past few months in active business development for Bronzeville Books, a business unit of Allied Gardner, LLC, an investment firm I founded in 1997 with the intent to exploit emerging technologies in media. I write to you now, from Hong Kong (HKSAR,) where protests concerning the economic rights of citizens are...

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Love and Other Criminal Behavior

The team at Bronzeville is thrilled to share the stunning cover of our first title, Love and Other Criminal Behavior, due out January 2020. In Love and Other Criminal Behavior, crime fiction powerhouse Nikki Dolson drops thirteen stories exploring the many different ways to love—and just as many ways to end up dead. The collection...

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Gettysburg Creature Feature Weekend

Until last week, I’d only attended crime fiction conventions. Entering the world of horror was an intriguing prospect, although it was apparent from the start that horror conventions are quite different from events like Bouchercon and Left Coast Crime. One of the strengths of horror conventions is that they are multimedia. This means that there...

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Friday’s Forgotten Books: EVERY FEAR BY RICK MOFINA

When Lee and Maria Colson’s son Dylan is abducted their lives are changed forever. Maria tries to save Dylan, and is hit by the abductors’ vehicle and left to die. Every Fear maintains the intensity with every page. Through journalist Jason Wade, a detective, the FBI, the abductors, and Lee Colson, Mofina shows every facet...

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What Do You Publish? Embracing Diversity

Decades ago, Robin Williams’ character in Dead Poets Society told his students to stand on their desks and look at the world around them from a different perspective. To do that here means starting with Alicia Elliott’s words from “Not Your Noble Savage”, one of the many excellent essays collected in her exceptional book, A...