Why Advertising your Book matters.

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By Alberto Pupo

Do not ever let anyone fool you. Advertising and Promoting your book matters” There seems to be an amazingly naive perception that all you have to do is write a beautifully crafted novel and you will immediately land in the New York Times Bestsellers list. Let us look at facts. Continue reading “Why Advertising your Book matters.”

Red Rising Trilogy: A Book Review

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By Alberto Pupo

Dystopian Novels, involving class warfare seem to be nothing more than a trend in the literary world. After the Hunger Games, a lot of authors have been attempting to hop on this particular trend. Pierce Brown’s Red Rising Trilogy at first blush seems to be nothing more than an adult take on the Hunger Games. Instead of cities and towns, the world Continue reading “Red Rising Trilogy: A Book Review”

In Service of Mammon

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By: Alberto Pupo

It is not every day that you stumble onto a hidden conspiracy. A plot to take us all into another realm of existence. The ritual is strange… The players are somewhat stranger… A group of silver headed oil executives each one of them with only a few years left to spare. They stand in a circle holding hands, kissing the idol of Mammon. I watch this Continue reading “In Service of Mammon”

A Game of Thrones: A Book Review

 

 

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By Alberto Pupo

What is there left to say about George R.R. Martin’s A Game of Thrones?  This is the book that has completely upended the modern Fantasy Genre. In 1996 nobody expected it would ever attain the status it has today.  What started out as a freshly dark,  twist on the genre is a pop cultural phenomenon thanks to the power of television and HBO series that has expanded its audience exponentially. Continue reading “A Game of Thrones: A Book Review”

Amped: A Book Review

 

 

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By Alberto Pupo

Amped by Daniel H. Wilson, provides the reader with an  interesting look at the type of divisiveness that technology can cause. It also shows that fear, and hatred of that which we do not understand is apparent. The story gives us a glimpse at future that is very possible at it shows us how some people embrace technology while others have a Continue reading “Amped: A Book Review”