Despite a delay, we’re happy to announce that the Mar/Apr 2017 issue of Books ‘N Pieces Magazine is now available.
Featuring 4 interviews – Eileen Cook (Thriller), K.J. Howe (Thriller), Kurt Koontz (Travel) and Ashley Adams (Romance), as well as an insightful short story by Peter Ford, DVD Review of ‘The Last Jedi’ by William Gensburger, Book Review by Jill Hedgecock,and FREE DOWNLOAD DAYS for April (be sure to catch those), this issue is packed.
Interview with YA novelist, Kelly Charron, travel writer and explorer, Kurt Koontz (part one), fiction by Alexander Greene, and an article on why covers and titles are so important. Enjoy and be sure to sign up for our mailing list.
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Welcome to the December issue of BNP Magazine, featuring our interview with sci-fi great, Robert J. Sawyer, two short stories, interview with best selling author Robin Melhuish, Novel chapter preview from Danielle Calloway’s debut novel “The Lost Child,” an editorial titled “The
Mass Mess of Christmas,” and more.
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In this issue, an interview with bestselling author JC Ryan (The Tenth Cycle), Twitter marketing tips from Andrew Hood, Problems with self-publishing by Robin Melhuish, short stories, and more.
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May 2017 Books ‘N Pieces Digital Magazine
Enjoy this issue of Books ‘N Pieces featuring romance authors Devika Fernando, Arabelle Sheraton, YA author Fiona Ingram, with a short story by Henry Ohaegbulam (First place winner in our contest – different story), and mentions of Mike Wells, Robin Melhuish, book reviews, articles including The Changing Face of Writing, artwork from Kath Loste, a crossword, to list some of what is inside.
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