This eye-popping bookstore in Buenos Aires was once a theater hosting operas and other cultural events. What a change!
My new book contains three intertwining stories of unlikely love in the depths of winter.
My former horror publisher is going under. Does that mean I'm back to "square one" as a writer? Hardly!
A book by John Fea about why the study of history is relevant is a clarion call for our times, where appreciation of the value of the past is declining.
Check out the covers, front and back, for my upcoming somewhat-unconventional novella about love and relationships in the depths of winter.
My novel Zombie Rebellion came out in the summer of 2014, and while it's undoubtedly still in print, it doesn't make "new" news very often anymore. [...]
This entry in the Choose Your Own Adventure series takes "you" to Turkey to search for a missing nuclear scientist.
The literary sequel to Rex Pickett's "Sideways" is really two books in one...and they're very different.
Why are so many military commanders in Civil War fiction complete sad sacks? The Civil War Pop blog tells us why.
Russian novels and movies have a certain thing about them that at once attracts and repels me. What is it?