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01 December 2015 ~ 0 Comments

DC Super Heroes Origami: 46 Folding Projects for Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, and More!

Perfect gift for the teenaged or adult super hero fan! This is absolutely perfect for the adult or teenaged super hero fan on your list. I was quite impressed with the quality of the paper that is included as well as the instructions, which were very detailed and easy to follow – IF you take […]

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25 November 2015 ~ 0 Comments

The Geeky Chef Cookbook: Real-Life Recipes for Your Favorite Fantasy Foods – Unofficial Recipes from Doctor Who, Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, and more

For the geek in your life that has everything… You know that one super geeky friend that has all the geek toys already? We all have one on our list. Birthdays and Christmas come around and that friend sits on the list begging to be scratched off and you scour all the usual suspects, think […]

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28 May 2015 ~ 1 Comment

D.E.M. – Deus Ex Machina

Guest post by: Lee Ness My book D.E.M. started out as a short story prompted by a single piece of advice given to me over 20 years ago. When I first started managing people, our old Personnel manager took me to one side and said “Just remember, ‘No good turn goes unpunished.’” I thought it […]

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26 May 2015 ~ 0 Comments

deepFreak: virtual is the new reality

A magical mystery tour of virtual reality and beyond.  Love, politics, conspiracy, and fluctuating space-time coordinates all come to a head when a huge solar flare disrupts the event horizon between parallel universes. Living in simulated reality, SIM, is all the rage in the mid twenty-first century.  But just when it seems that illusion has […]

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21 May 2015 ~ 0 Comments

The Witch’s Cat

Guest post: J.S. Watts My human, who writes as J.S.Watts (though I just call her Yiaow), is having a busy time writing posts for the blog tour to promote her new novel, “Witchlight”. Yesterday I tried to help by bringing her a delicately chewed mouse. For some reason, she didn’t seem to appreciate the gesture. […]

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14 April 2015 ~ 7 Comments

Time Travel: Where Would You Go?

Guest Blogger: By Cheri Gillard, Author of Chloe’s Guardian and Chloe’s Watcher, a YA Time Travel Adventure Series Have you ever wished you could time travel? I sure have. I think about where I would go and what I’d do there. Sometimes, I imagine what I’d change in my own life, and other times I think […]

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24 February 2015 ~ 1 Comment

Online Dating Inspired Click: An Online Love Story, Double Click and Right Click

Guest Blogger: By Lisa Becker I first met my husband while wearing my pajamas.  Really!  No, we weren’t at some kinky singles party.  I was sitting comfortably in my apartment and he was hanging out in his.  But, I will never forget his email introduction via an online dating service, which invited me to check […]

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03 February 2015 ~ 0 Comments

I Am Sorry to Think I Have Raised a Timid Son

I really wanted to love this book. I made it about half way through before I realized that I probably wasn’t going to. I finished it hoping I’d grow to love it. It just didn’t happen. And that was disappointing because this is one of my favorite genres and I actually enjoy the off-kilter. I […]

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07 November 2014 ~ 4 Comments

How to Bake the Perfect Pecan Pie – Blog Tour 2014

Guest Blogger: Gina Henning  The How to Bake the Perfect Pecan Pie Blog Tour runs from November 7th until November 18th, each day of the tour a different character will share their favorite recipe for Thanksgiving. Stop by and see what’s cooking in the Hauser kitchen and be sure and enter the giveaway for a $50 […]

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01 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by Veronica Li, Author of Journey across the Four Seas: A Chinese Woman’s Search for Home (Memoir)

Tell us about yourself. I’m an English major turned journalist turned banker turned writer. When I graduated from UC Berkeley eons ago, I was confronted with the question all English majors faced. How am I going to earn a living? I went into journalism, a field that allows me to write and earn a decent […]

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