We opened up our book catalog to all members this week and here’s what they’ve entered so far!
What if the only way to save a boy’s life was to turn him into a monster?
Michael Bunker takes the Frankenstein legend and turns it inside out and on it’s head in this latest Story, “Brother, Frankenstein: The Lord Is My Shepherd”.
As this day is a celebration of Irish Culture, or at least was originally intended as such, we are using it to celebrate our Irish authors! Please check out their books, leave reviews for any you have read both on our site and on additional sites, and raise a cheer to their hard work on the 17th with some green beer or nice whiskey. Now, without further ado, here they are in alphabetical order with a few of their books.
We are kicking off our guest blogging series with a post by Weston Ochse. This is the first of a four part series documenting his journey with SEAL Team 666. If you haven’t read this book, make sure you do so before it’s in theaters! Today’s post originally appeared in Soldier of Fortune Magazine 2012. […]
I don’t know if you already have everything planned out for Valentine’s Day, or whether you still need to buy your friends, family, or significant others anything, but I wanted to share some great gift ideas just in case.
The average American spends over 3 hours per day on social media. That is quite a bit of time to hide behind a computer screen and feel all powerful in their own social media universe. While most people are connected to those they know, and sometimes a few people they don’t, you face an additional challenge of being connected to people who don’t know you in your real life. Let’s go over a few tips that you can use to maintain your sanity, and keep yourself from hiding your personality!
Last week we wrote about 5 ways the Nook could be saved. Well, they followed some of our advice and opened the Nook up to the Google Play store. As we are people of our word here at ThirdScribe, since Nook made a bold change, we followed through and bought the tablet. Here’s our review and a special $90 price reduction offer.
The news of GoodReads’ buyout by Amazon has been good news for some, but discouraging news for many others. As a result of that growing trepidation, many are looking for a new home on the web. Luckily, there are many other book based sites on the web to choose from. Previously overshadowed by GoodReads, these sites are breaking through the noise and coming to the world’s attention. Here are links, descriptions, and comments on several of the web’s other book community sites: