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I’m excited to announce that my publisher has packaged my first three novels together as an ebook and is offering them through Deseret Book’s Bookshelf App. So if you use Deseret Book’s App and you’ve always wanted to read them, now you can read them as an all-in-one bundle. The price has been reduced a […]
Shauna at I Love to Read and Review Books has put together another big giveaway . . . this one for $300. Deadly Alliance is one of the featured books (you can check out Shauna’s review by clicking here.) I haven’t read most of the books included this month, but I recommend mine if you like historical […]
Today I’m reviewing Rebecca Belliston’s latest novel, Citizens of Logan Pond: Life. As part of the blog tour, Rebecca is hosting a giveaway for a signed copy of the book, plus a $25 Amazon gift card (enter below). About the Book: Her home. Her parents. Her freedom. Gone. His dreams. His sister. Himself. Lost. Two […]
11 authors have come together to give you some SUMMER FUN READING and a $175 AMAZON GIFT CARD! Click on the image to read a summary of each book :) GIVEAWAY ends 8/31/14 No purchase necessary. You must be 18 or older and legally able to receive […]
Seventy years ago today, American, British, and Canadian troops stormed the beaches of Normandy, France in the largest amphibious invasion in history. It wouldn’t be overly dramatic to say they were on a quest to save the world. The preparation for D-day was intense, involving specialized training, elaborate deception schemes, and more than 10,000 combat […]
Today I’m posting over at author Rebecca Belliston’s blog as part of her annual March Book Madness series. I’ve written about circularity and repetition in books and movies, and included a small sneak peak of Deadly Alliance. Click on the link below to read all about it!
This blog post will take you through the steps of encoding a message using double transposition, just like British and American spies did in WWII. Should you feel like trying it out, it will be up to you to look up the Morris code, secure a radio, and find someone to transmit it to. Early in […]