3

Jan

It’s happening. It’s really happening.

The Veronica Mars trailer is out! So excited.

12

Dec

I love a good cross-genre story. And Kaleidocide fits the bill—part science fiction/alternate reality, part mystery/thriller. New CEO Michael Ares must dodge several assassination attempts, all the while uncovering why he’s a wanted man. Set against a futuristic backdrop, Kaleidocide is a great techno-thriller for the sci-fi readers on your Christmas list!

I love a good cross-genre story. And Kaleidocide fits the bill—part science fiction/alternate reality, part mystery/thriller. New CEO Michael Ares must dodge several assassination attempts, all the while uncovering why he’s a wanted man. Set against a futuristic backdrop, Kaleidocide is a great techno-thriller for the sci-fi readers on your Christmas list!

11

Dec

One of our newest Riffle Backstory authors is Quentin Bates who has a fascinating background. His Officer Gunnhilder mysteries take place in Iceland, where he lived for many years. Click through to read all about his latest book, Chilled To The Bone and his current reads. Don’t forget to enter our giveaway for a chance to win a free copy of Chilled To The Bone!

One of our newest Riffle Backstory authors is Quentin Bates who has a fascinating background. His Officer Gunnhilder mysteries take place in Iceland, where he lived for many years. Click through to read all about his latest book, Chilled To The Bone and his current reads.
Don’t forget to enter our giveaway for a chance to win a free copy of Chilled To The Bone!

10

Dec

Have you seen Folio Society’s beautiful bound classics? If you’re looking for gifts for the holidays for the bookworm in your life, these might be just the ticket. Plus, they even have a collection of books ‘For Someone Who Has Read Everything’. And I find that awesome.

Have you seen Folio Society’s beautiful bound classics? If you’re looking for gifts for the holidays for the bookworm in your life, these might be just the ticket. Plus, they even have a collection of books ‘For Someone Who Has Read Everything’. And I find that awesome.

8

Dec

Who’s an Elementary fan? I’ve been knee-deep in catching up on episodes…

(Source: charlotteyorks)

22

Nov

A Nasty Piece of Work, Robert Littell’s new novel, was released this week. Check out the Riffle Backstory to get the scoop on Robert’s inspirations for his newest title and more here!

A Nasty Piece of Work, Robert Littell’s new novel, was released this week. Check out the Riffle Backstory to get the scoop on Robert’s inspirations for his newest title and more here!

8

Nov

James Whitfield Thomson’s gripping debut novel Lies You Wanted To Hear was released this week. Click here for his inspirations for the novel and his picks for best book(s) of the year!

James Whitfield Thomson’s gripping debut novel Lies You Wanted To Hear was released this week. Click here for his inspirations for the novel and his picks for best book(s) of the year!

5

Nov

Riffle Backstory: A Conversation with Author Charlotte Hinger
Today is the release for the latest in the Lottie Albright mystery series, Hidden Heritage!
Click here to find out her inspirations for her new book and more: http://bit.ly/HtXRaE

Riffle Backstory: A Conversation with Author Charlotte Hinger

Today is the release for the latest in the Lottie Albright mystery series, Hidden Heritage!

Click here to find out her inspirations for her new book and more: http://bit.ly/HtXRaE

26

Sep

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Breaking Bad Won an Emmy for Best Drama Series! How are you celebrating?

24

Sep

wordbookstores:

e-Staff Picks: Devil in the White City by Erik Larson
Jacob says: “I may be fascinated by serial killers, and I may have only picked up this book because it involved H. H. Holmes (a serial killer responsible for creating a type of murder mansion), but there is so much more to The Devil in the White City than just murder. Larson weaves the story of H. H. Holmes with that of the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair. The combination is riveting, rich with fascinating historical detail, and hard to put down. I’d heard about the World’s Fair, but I had no idea it was so influential — so many prominent historical figures were involved or in attendance and a number of iconic things were created for it. Larson highlights the glamour and grime in ways that will leave you in awe.”
Murder and magic?

Great book! (and review)

wordbookstores:

e-Staff Picks: Devil in the White City by Erik Larson

Jacob says: “I may be fascinated by serial killers, and I may have only picked up this book because it involved H. H. Holmes (a serial killer responsible for creating a type of murder mansion), but there is so much more to The Devil in the White City than just murder. Larson weaves the story of H. H. Holmes with that of the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair. The combination is riveting, rich with fascinating historical detail, and hard to put down. I’d heard about the World’s Fair, but I had no idea it was so influential — so many prominent historical figures were involved or in attendance and a number of iconic things were created for it. Larson highlights the glamour and grime in ways that will leave you in awe.”

Murder and magic?

Great book! (and review)