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Some “Paranormal” Mystery and Thrillers from HOPress-Shorehouse Books

May 14, 2019
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Are you a paranormal mystery or thriller fan?  Well, allow us to introduce you to three novels that might just fit your spine-tingling reading needs from HOPress-Shorehouse Books: Heartly God? by Wil 3 Book Description:…

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Brian Kiley Shares Comedy Insights, Writers’ Room Wisdom, and Novel News

April 24, 2018
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Emmy Award-winning writer Brian Kiley has a hilarious résumé that showcases decades of comedy talent. Now, with his new novel The Astounding Misadventures of Rory Collins, Kiley is poised once again to show us how…

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Paul’s Camembert Burger and van Gogh the Egg Tosser

January 14, 2018
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American Entree PAUL’S CAMEMBERT BURGER INGREDIENTS 1½ pounds ground beef ½ teaspoon herbes de Provence 1 tablespoon butter 1 tablespoon olive oil 3 tablespoons white wine ½ cup heavy whipping cream or crême fraiche 1…

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WORST SEX SCENE IN A MODERN NOVEL – A Special Competition

August 10, 2016
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Just how horrible can a sex scene in a contemporary novel get? This is the critical question we at The Rotting Post intend to answer.   We will offer two of the worst descriptions of sex…

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Doctor Economics – America Needs to Expand

April 19, 2015
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Doctor Economics – America Needs to Expand

America’s last bit of expansion, from the 1840s to the 1890s was a great period for dime-novelists and newspaper reporters. Yep, those people went to work with a smile knowing their country was strong and…

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Excerpt for A Walking Shadow by Deborah Fezelle and Sherry Yanow

December 13, 2014
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We are happy to post an excerpt from the newest release from Shorehouse Books A Walking Shadow, the mystery/suspense novel, which is the sequel to An Evil That Men Do, written by talented duo Deborah…

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You’re Not The Boss Of Me Now

You’re Not The Boss Of Me Now

Jill Y doesn’t allow me to criticize shoe designers. Therefore, ipso facto, according to Voltaire, shoe designers rule over me: Bill Y "The Legendary Legend" LeddenI can't say I'm brilliant until I get this duct tape…

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HumorOutcasts Radio – Interview with Mary Paddock and Stacey Roberts

October 3, 2014
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This week, I had the privilege of welcoming two of the most talented writers out there: Mary O. Paddock and Stacey Roberts. If someone were to ask Mary Paddock why she writes (and, strangely, they…

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I Just Might Cancel The World Cup Final

July 12, 2014
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I Just Might Cancel The World Cup Final

Germany versus Argentina: Meh. Can’t get excited about this one. Argentina just beat one of my three favorite teams, Netherlands. Germany defeated the United States. Boo! I like German and Argentinian food equally well. And oh…

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Grilled Ham and Dill Havarti Sandwiches and the Discovery of America

April 24, 2014
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Grilled Ham and Dill Havarti Sandwiches and the Discovery of America

Fusion Entree GRILLED HAM AND DILL HAVARTI  SANDWICH INGREDIENTS 6 tablespoons butter 8 slices of your favorite bread 1 pound slice deli ham 6 ounces dill Havarti cheese PREPARATION Cut butter into 4 equal pieces…

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