How nice was it to find this? Looks like Iota Publishing is moving fast getting those review copies out there.
"In The Face" by Lorelei Armstrong
by Mary on Tue May 27, 2008 10:47 pm
"In The Face" has a futuristic flavor while being rooted firmly in modern society's obsession with fame and beauty. When video footage of a crime shows the perpetrator as being Evo Selig, one of the most beautiful and successful men in society, the town is shocked. But was it really him? With advances in technology and SIMS programs can anyone really believe anything they see on the screen? Lorelei Armstrong's character analysis is thorough allowing you to see all the contributing factors that shape their behavior. The complex twists in the plot leave you trying to figure out the solution right up to the very end. "In The Face" is a impressive debut from an author with a bright future in crime fiction.
Monday, May 26, 2008
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
I've been out and about of late. First to Hawaii, part business, part just visiting home for a while. Then to San Diego to see my splendid little niece.
Honolulu was the usual experience of the sublime and the ridiculous. The sublime was seeing hundreds of young men and women from the Marines, Navy, and Army at the Hilton Hawaiian Village for some formal celebration. Such splendid young people. Anyone who despairs of this country needs to see what I saw. Anyone who says they are not proud of this country needs a dope slap. May all these fine people come home safe.
The ridiculous was a sleepwalking episode at the Hilton Hawaiian Village that night. Turns out that when it says 3:00 a.m. on a hotel alarm clock, it really means 3:00 a.m., no matter what my idiot brain says. I should not get up, get dressed, and get ready for the day. Honestly, the Olympic-quality insomnia is enough.
Tuesday, May 6, 2008
I have a SLurl! This is a url for a location in Second Life. Have a Second Life account? Visit! Don't? Join! It's free and it's fun. This SLurl is for my new shop for my book in Second Life.