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Newsletter for May 2015

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Featured Book - Bully by Emme Dun


bully.jpgThis fast-paced legal thriller begins at the height of the 1980s AIDS epidemic, when gay and lesbian parents, including Joanna Crawford's father, were routinely stripped of their parental rights because of the AIDS hysteria and laws that treated gay parents as second class citizens. By 2008, Joanna Crawford, now an elected family court judge in Central City, Ohio, is in a position to atone for past sins and push forward the LGBT cause. Judge Crawford breaks with the past by issuing a series of pivotal child custody decisions granting shared custody rights to non parents scorned by their ex lovers. Single mothers, Wendy White, a lesbian, and Jennifer Dolan, a widow, must fight the very court established to protect "the best interest of  the child" in order to do what's best for their children in this engaging story of heartache, murder, love and redemption.

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READ OUR INTERVIEW WITH EMME DUN

 

Featured Book - Balls:  A Tale of Radical Feminism and a Girl by Simon Plaster

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BALLS tells a satirical tale of feminist revolution sweeping down the plain to uproot an Oklahoma Institute of Correctology (OIC):

* OIC's new Dean, Ester Frigg, charged with overseeing the institute's admission of women, is confronted by various challenges, including those posed by radical feminist "Ballsheviks" led by G.G. Carpenter, editor of an online
news site, Femischismo!

* Veteran journalist, Shatner Lapp, intent on reclaiming the civil rights victimhood narrative for oppressed African-American men, embeds himself in OIC; and ends up in the dock of a kangaroo court mandated by Title IX administrators in Washington.

* Other males, including OIC football coach, Buster Downs, and aspiring gridiron hero, Leon Corn, also run afoul strict new bureaucratic rules and loose definitions of sexual assault aimed at reining in the campus rape epidemic said to victimize 1 out of 5 women in college.

And Henryetta "Somebody," small town news reporter, again finds herself in the middle of a big national story.

More Books by Simon Plaster

 

Book Giveaways for May


solitudecreek.jpgOne random winner will be chosen to receive a copy of Solitude Creek by Jeffery Deaver.  Click on book cover for more information and to enter.

 


 

sweetheartdeal.jpgOne random winner will be chosen to receive a copy of The Sweetheart Deal by Polly Dugan. Click on book cover for more information and to enter.

 

 


blackscorpionsm.jpgThere is still time to enter this giveaway if you have not done so yet.  Five random winners will receive a signed hardcover first edition of Black Scorpion by Jon Land. One grand prize winner will receive signed hardcover first editions of Black Scorpion and prequel The Seven Sins. Click on book cover for more information and to enter.

 

 


Book Giveaway Winners for April

Winners of The Antigonne Poems

Alyson Widen - OH

Donna Leggate - WI

L. Ann Ramsen - LA


Winner of The Witch of the Wood

Marleen Davis - CA



Winner of Memory Man

Ursula Gray - NY

Winner of The Water Museum

Charlotte Price - FL

Winner of The Someday File

Diane Pollock - IA



Recent Reviews


Bully by Emme Dun

Cold Cold Heart by Tami Hoag
Dark Rooms by Lili Anolik
Hush Hush by Laura Lippman
Silent Night by Robert B. Parker with Helen Brann
Stalked by Brian Freeman
The Assassin by Clive Cussler and Justin Scott
The Burning Room by Michael Connelly (Review #2)
The Escape by David Baldacci
The Pagan Lord by Bernard Cornwell
The Stranger by Harlen Coben
Twelve Days by Alex Berenson



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