A Portrait of Emily Price is a book full of passion, great food and loving familyUntil recently I had not heard of Katherine Reay. She has been around for a while now and has written a number of books. A Portrait of Emily Price is her newest book and it is getting critical acclaim. I…
Hard to Die provides a new take on the uncharted fate of Theodosia Burr AlstonI have read a good number of books lately. But nothing like Hard to Die. It takes readers on a pretty amazing journey. The story is tells deals with many different elements and does its best to answer one of histories…
Jesse Kornbluth reviews Geoffrey Household’s short but masterful novel.
About three years ago I published my first novel, This Is Rage. It’s been an amazing journey, including creative development and four public readings of my stage adaptation. Now we have something additionally exciting to announce: the first three episodes of a podcast adaptation.We made it easy for you to find either on iTunes or at the online home that…
This man loves how art imitates life, but not necessarily how life tries to imitate art.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews David C. Taylor’s “Night Life” – a thriller you won’t be able to put down.
Ghost Hampton tells a tale of a man, an old house, how it may be haunted and how this changes his lifeI am not a huge reader. I used to read a ton of books when I was in school but sadly didn’t get the chance to read much for fun. I do enjoy fantasy…
Everyone has a “might have been” story. Don’t let the greatest art of your life go unfinished.
For the first time in his life, Jim Mitchem is without a goal. And he finds it fairly terrifying.
An interview with author Jesse Kornbluth.
“It’s not cheating if your wife is there.” A chapter from Jesse Kornbluth’s new novel.
Vigilantes? Maybe. But the Four Just Men are civilized. They even tell their targets the date they’re going to die.
One of the greatest spy novels of our lifetime, and no, it’s not James Bond.
Everyone is a writer, or at least they should be
“Elspeth Howell was a sinner.” By James Scott
We fear the unaffiliated terrorist, the lone wolf who looks like us, lives in our neighborhoods and waits for an opportunity to kill us. It was simpler in the old days, and simplest of all in “Rogue Male,” the story of a man who decides to kill the biggest target in the world. Jesse Kornbluth reviews.