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UPDATE: January 29th, 2014: Due to the increased popularity of our magazine among the book industry, we have selected to opt for a 2-month issue in lieu of our current monthly publication schedule.  This new schedule will allow our staff and reviewers more time to bring our readers the quality content they have come to know and love. Our authors and publishers will also enjoy longer exposure for their ads and features with a 60-day cycle in each current issue. Back issues will always be available on our website, allowing our advertisers renewed visibility long after each issue has been initially published. Ads are the same price for 2-month issues as they currently are for the one month issue. Our new publishing schedule will be as follows:

May/June 2014 Issue
all materials and payment received by April 10th

July/August 2014 Issue
all materials and payment received by June 10th

September/October 2014 Issue
all materials and payment received by August 10th

November/December 2014 Issue
all materials and payment received by October 10th


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His Bahamas Affair by Christina OW


After his joke of a marriage came to an end when his wife ran off with a guest from his resort, Reno Albury decides one night stands are more his speed- especially if they were blonde and blue eyed like his ex-wife. So he was jaded, at least he was having fun, Until he met a blonde and blue eyed girl at his sister’s wedding he couldn’t play the fast game with. Loraine Larson has a secret that nobody knows thanks to her father’s money and high powered friends. She’s spent years trying to forget the hell she went through in Paris. Wanting to test her new found strength, she goes back to the scene of the crime only to come back with more nightmares. She’s managed to banish his image from her mind but she can’t sleep without seeing that monster’s eyes. But she discovers a shield for that in the arms of her bestfriend’s brother, and now she’s determined to stay in them no matter the cost. Even if it means her life. Sneak Peek Christina OW loves reading novels that take her on a ride of wild emotions. Books have always been an escape for her, for a ... Read More »

Why a person that fears Steven King lives in a haunted house.


Why a person that fears Steven King lives in a haunted house.   When I was younger, yes many moons ago, I loved to watch things that gave me goose bumps. I remember the first version of the Blob, yes it was in black and white, and it did scare me. But the horror genre has changed over the years. You use to see the killer lurking in the shadows, the knife would come up and plunge down and you knew they were dead. You didn’t need the details, or the graphics. Well today they leave nothing for the imagination and some of the scenes will have you jumping out of your skin. As time has passed I found myself to afraid to watch, or read anything that would make me leave the light on to sleep. As you can tell I am one of the biggest babies when it comes to horror movies, ghosts and anything that goes bump in the night today. But when my children were younger I would take them to the scary movies and I would be the one hiding her face and screaming out loud in the back. I truly think they made me ... Read More »

Interview with author Bernard Lee DeLeo


Born and raised in Warren, Ohio, I write adventure fiction and have Twenty-one of my novels offered for Amazon Kindle. Some of my latest novels are: COLD BLOODED, HARD CASE, HARD CASE II: THE LURE OF HELL, and THE PROTECTORS published by RJ Parker Publishing. My new paranormal novel LANCELOT was released in October of 2012. I published my humorous paranormal romance, LAYLA, in November of 2012. My YA paranormal trilogy: DEMON, DEMON INC, and DEMON AT WAR are now all on sale. The latest releases are the humorous detective novels, RICK CANTELLI, P.I. and Rick Cantelli, P.I. Book II: Deadly Liaisons. Also on Kindle and paperback are the third and fourth books in my John Harding series: HARD CASE III: VOYAGE OF THE DAMNED and Hard Case Book IV: A VIOLENT LIFE. I served aboard the USS Ranger (CVA61) from 1969 until November of 1972. I earned an AA degree in Auto Technology from Chabot College in Hayward, CA, and a BA degree in English from Cal State Hayward. My hobbies are basketball, backpacking, and scuba diving. My favorite dive spot is Point Lobos near Pacific Grove, CA.    BTS: What is your next writing project? Bernard: I am writing a ... Read More »

Hot and Sexy ready Historical and Contemporary Reads

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Read the Featured Interviews with: Lauren Smith Read the Featured inside Scoops with: If We Dare to Dream by Collette Scott Body of Gold by Terri Talley Venters What a Sicilian Husband Wants by Michelle Smart Safe Encounter by Ruth Zavitsanos Find some great contemporary and historical titles to read with reviews for: The Bride Insists by Jane Ashford Wicked Designs by Lauren Smith Vicking Fire by Andrea R. Cooper Up On The Roof by Judy Ann Davis Gracie’s Holiday hero by Betty Jo Schuler Sapphires are an Earl’s Best Friend by Shana Galen Challenges by Toni Cantrell Alaskan Exsposure by A.S. Fenichel Collision Force by C.A. Szarek Murder in Paradise by Carolyn Gibbs Kiya, Hope of the Pharaoh by Katie Hamstead The Lazy Bachelor by Catherine Dove The King Maker by Susan Frances All this and more in the March/April 2014 issue of BTS Book Reviews! Read it now!   Read More »

You Mean You Still Haven’t Heard Of Noir Romance?


You Mean You Still Haven’t Heard Of Noir Romance? by Laura Oliva   When you hear the word “noir,” what’s the first thing that comes to mind? If your first thought is of an old black-and-white movie riddled with out-of-date slang, that’s okay.  Noir has deep roots in film.  Initially, it was Hollywood’s reaction to the sense of foreboding and general depression prevalent in post-World War II America. But noir has never been the sole domain of the screen.  Just look at such literary heavies as Raymond Chandler, Dashiell Hammett, James Cain.  Even Ernest Hemmingway dabbled in it.  Since its heyday in the thirties and forties, noir has trickled into genre after genre.  Mystery, most obviously, but also science fiction, fantasy, and increasingly, romance. To understand why, you need to understand just what “noir” is.  At its most basic, noir is an exploration of the darkest aspects of the human soul.  In a noir story, natural law is turned upside-down.  Morality is ill-advised, and love is a joke.  Nice guys finish dead. So what could it possibly have to do with romance? Romance is one of the most subversive genres in the literary pantheon.  It regularly delves into such explosive ... Read More »

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