#FridayReads: Contemporary Romance

This week’s #FridayReads selections are extra special, because they’re all part of a Holiday Sale! Now through Sunday, December 4th, you can purchase contemporary romance titles for 30% off on our website. Just apply the discount code 804-16 at checkout!

Keep reading to see a few of the books featured in this special offer, or click here to view all contemporary romance titles on our website. ❄️🎄 Continue reading “#FridayReads: Contemporary Romance”

Thursday Book Review: “Honoring the Doughboys”

Honoring the Doughboys by Jefferey Lowdermilk is a moving, poignant journey through World War I Europe. The author found his grandfather’s WW1 diary, and decided to follow in his footsteps, literally through France, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Germany. This book would make a beautiful gift for anyone with an interest in First World War history. Keep reading to see what reviewers have said about this title.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Honoring the Doughboys””

Waverly Lee Media Author will be at the National Press Club Book Fair and the University Club Book Fair

Good news from Waverly Lee Media, LLC: one of their books has been accepted to the National Press Club Book Fair and the University Club of Washington, D.C. Book Fair!

EQUAL Parts, by Vicky Moon, is a captivating tale of passion, politics, and ambition set in Washington, D.C. and the surrounding areas. This story of an affair between an interior designer and a married senatorial candidate is inspired by true events.

Both events are open to the public. Be sure to check them out if you’ll be in the D.C. area:

November 18th: National Press Club Book Fair
November 30th: University Club of Washington DC Book Fair

Can’t wait for the book fairs? Learn more and purchase your copy of EQUAL Parts, here.

#FridayReads: Comic Books

This weekend, we’re diving into some Classics Illustrated comic books! These titles bring your favorite works of literature to life in beautifully-illustrated comic book format.  Continue reading “#FridayReads: Comic Books”

Thursday Book Review: Books Monthly Reviews

The November issue of Books Monthly is now available, and there are some wonderful new reviews of Pen & Sword titles. Keep reading to see what books were featured this month.

You can see the full November issue of Books Monthly on their website, here.

The Dark Side of East London

“Although my family has its origins in London, most of them from the east end, I wouldn’t be able to say with any confidence if Whitechapel and the Ripper murders were in the East End or not. It seems a shame that one specific area of London has this awful reputation, which author David Charnick investigates so thoroughly, but such a lot of terrible things seem to have happened there!”

The Tudor Murder Files

“Only a few centuries ago, life was so cheap, you could be wandering around the court in the morning, and be dead in the afternoon, at the whim of the monarchy or one of its representatives. I don’t suppose that Tudor times were any worse than previous times, but they certainly see to have something of a reputation, which James Moore’s excellent book celebrates in some style!”

An Archaeological Study of the Bayeux Tapestry

“We all know what the Bayeux Tapestry celebrates in its iconic artwork, but Trevor Rowley goes one step further and looks at the buildings and characters with a view t actually identifying them! Absolutely fascinating, brings a whole new dimension to the study of this amazing artefact.”

Tracing Your Twentieth Century Ancestors

“When we were compiling our own family tree a couple of years ago, we concentrated first on those ancestors who we knew intimately and then their forebears, eventually working our way back through previous centuries. We tnink of ourselves of twentieth century people, lucky enough to have survived through to the next, the twenty-first. The problem with twentieth century genealogy is the sad fact that the latest census available for research is the 1911 one. I think this is a national scandal, personally. Karen Bali suggests other, brilliant and unusual ways of getting at the information you want, but it remains a national disgrace that with modern scanning techniques, more of the data that belongs to us is not available. A great book, most welcome.”

Dark Valleys

“For aficionadoes of murder and darker crimes – this amazing book uncovers a hotbed of foul deeds in South Wales – well-researched and very well written.”

About the Books

Click on the images below to learn more about each book.

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~Spooky~ Books to Read this Halloween

Celebrate Halloween with one of these books! From ghost stories, to paranormal romance, to murder mysteries, we have all your Halloween reading needs covered.  Continue reading “~Spooky~ Books to Read this Halloween”

#FridayReads: National Chocolate Day

Happy National Chocolate Day! It’s only fitting that our FridayReads selections this week will celebrate our wonderful romance publisher, Choc Lit. Since Halloween is right around the corner, we’ve picked a few of their paranormal tales to share with you today. Click here to view all of Choc Lit’s sweet romance stories on our website.  Continue reading “#FridayReads: National Chocolate Day”

#FridayReads: Photobooks

This week, our #FridayReads involve a bit less reading than usual – but these volumes are no less valuable because of it. Pictures can tell a story just as well as words, and these books from George F. Thompson Publishing are here to prove it!  Continue reading “#FridayReads: Photobooks”