Congratulations to our Pulp Friction 2013 Series Contest. The Winners are: Bluesmokey richards851(at)sbcglobal(dot)net Helen email@example.com Kerry books2read69@hotmail(dot)com Bobbie Walker Bobbie022@sky.com Please double check that I have your email addresses correct and let me know if there are any corrections. The authors will be sending our copies of their series to the winners. Happy reading everyone and Happy Holidays!… Continue reading Winners of the Pulp Friction 2013 Contest
Rating: 5 stars out of 5 Chance Dumont. Marcus Prater. Zachary Carmichael. Wick Templeton. These four men have considered each other brothers, family by choice instead of by blood. They thought they knew everything about one another and they have been through the worst of times with each other. Or so they thought. Now Wick… Continue reading Review: Odd Man Out by Lee Brazil, Havan Fellows, Laura Harner , and T.A. Webb
Today ScatteredThoughts is welcoming back authors Havan Fellows, Lee Brazil, Laura Harner and Tom Webb to talk about the last book in the Pulp Friction series…all of the series…, Odd Man Out. Odd Man Out was written by all of the authors and ties up all the storylines for each author’s main character or characters.… Continue reading 2013 Pulp Friction Series Finale, Finale Contest and Odd Man Out!
October 2013 Summary of Book Reviews It was a terrific month for books. Sarah Black came out with her sequel to The General and the Horse-Lord titled The General and the Elephant Clock of Al-Jazari. In my opinion it is the best book she has written to date, wide in scope with subtly nuanced characters… Continue reading Scattered Thoughts Summary of Reviews for October 2013
Well, it has been such an outstanding week here at ScatteredThoughtsandRogueWords. Its been great fun having all four such terrific authors stopping by each day this week. And a pleasure to listen to each of your thoughts on the Pulp Friction series and to hear how this idea came to fruition. I love seeing the… Continue reading Pulp Friction Author Roundup with Havan Fellows, Lee Brazil, Laura Harner and T.A “Tom” Webb. Winners too!
Meet us back here in December for the final Pulp Friction guest post of 2013 and the final Pulp Friction review. There will be another giveway or two. You never know. My thanks again to all these remarkable people, Havan Fellows, Lee Brazil, Laura Harner and of course, Tom Webb for stopping by this week… Continue reading Winners of the Pulp Friction Books Contest
Rating: 5 stars out of 5 Marcus Prater and his lover Benjamin Danvers have never been happier. Marcus has reconciled with his brother Frankie and now Frankie and Frankie’s kids are now frequent visitors to his home. His own wounds have healed as has Ben’s and now they are preparing for their first Thanksgiving as… Continue reading Review: Darkest Knight (City Knight #5) by T.A. Webb
Scattered Thoughts (that’s me) has loved having all the authors here this week. And we still have another surprise day to go where I will announce the winners and the Pulp Friction authors will have one last post together. So, don’t forget to leave a comment, either at the end of today’s post or on… Continue reading Book Contest and Guest Post by T.A. Webb, Pulp Friction Author of the City Knight series
It’s Sunday and I have been back from GRL in Atlanta a whole week but it feels like only yesterday. How does that happen? I still have one small suitcase to empty, my swag bag contents are scattered across parts of the kitchen table like so much titillating, lovely fall debris. And I have yet… Continue reading Back from GRL, Pulp Friction Week, Book Contests and the Week Ahead in Reviews
One of the many aspects that people either love or hate when living in the Washington DC Metro area is our constant bombardment of information of and about the Government. The constant stream flows from our radios, tvs, cable, computers, phones, tablets, seemingly from the air itself. It keeps us informed and aware of things… Continue reading The Rank Few and their Rank View or When By The People and For The People Went Into the Dump and The Week Ahead In Reviews