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A new international thriller by Adam Serafan

Started by Lane in Literature Talk. Last reply by Hem of CulturalBook 16 hours ago. 2 Replies

Thank you Roman, for inviting me to post.COMPLICITYDuke Johnson has managed to get his news service to send him  to Yugoslavia to cover the burgeoning wars. However, the stories his bosses demand cause him to invent a lie......a lie that explodes as it creates an international sensation, and is then used to…Continue

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Do you love historical fiction? Here is one for only 99 cents.

Started by Monique Roy in CulturalBook the Website yesterday. 0 Replies

Across Great Divides is a timeless story of the upheavals of war, the power of family, and the resiliency of human spirit. When Hitler came to power in 1933, one Jewish family refused to be destroyed and defied the Nazis only to come up against another struggle—confronting apartheid in South Africa. The novel connects two of the 20th century's great travesties: the Nazi occupation of Europe and apartheid in South Africa. The book is a hauntingly beautiful story of faith, family, and redemption,…Continue

A Truly Special FREE Kindle Download for You...

Started by Hem of CulturalBook in Free Member Offers on Wednesday. 0 Replies

We have a Truly Special Free Kindle Download for You Tomorrow (March 26th) For an *extremely* limited time, Aesthete Press is offering a "Special Limited Edition Sample" of a new novel, Europa, free for Kindle, to give readers a sneak-peak of Roman Payne's forthcoming novel.…Continue

We'll Make You A Famous Novelist: Technique #1

Started by Hem of CulturalBook in Business of Writing and Art on Tuesday. 0 Replies

Is it not a cliché that famous novelists are either:Roaring drunks who live in Los Angeles where the spend their nights breaking things and getting into fights?New York City socialites who are never seen writing but always seen sipping Campari cocktails?Poor geniuses who live in attics in Paris?(...and this one is the top-tier of the famous novelist)... the solitary recluse who lives alone in Vermont with only one friend: a shaggy dog? ...Now, we can't promise to make you one of those…Continue


Started by Hem of CulturalBook in Free Member Offers Mar 18. 0 Replies

This is a Free Deal for Kindle Readers, and an Excellent Deal for Kindle Authors who Want to Get their eBook Read by Thousands...FIRST, The Free Deal for Readers...(Today's Sponsored Book)FREE TODAY AND TOMORROW FOR KINDLE:"It was a time I slept in many rooms, called myself by many names. Mine was the twilight and the morning. Mine was a world of rooftops and love songs.” ...Thus begins this…Continue

Wrtiers: Get a Press Pass Today!

Started by Hem of CulturalBook in Business of Writing and Art Mar 7. 0 Replies

Become a Press Pass Holder Today!Join the Travel Writers' Network to further your writing or photography career, enjoy the prestige of press trips, receive discounts and free hotel stays, dining and entertainment opportunities, and profit from special gifts and services only available to members of the press. A press pass will help you get past the velvet ropes. This opportunity is open to authors, journalists, photographers,…Continue

Literature-Hating Hamster Demolishes CB World Headquarters

Started by Roman Payne in Reflections on Life. Last reply by Wilson B. Sanchez Mar 2. 1 Reply

This terrifying aerial photo was taken last Friday night above New York City Honolulu as an anti-literature terrorist approached one of the city’s tallest skyscrapers: The CulturalBook Tower, and destroyed the famous literary institution with a single swipe of its paw.  Although no CulturalBook staff members were killed or injured in the attack (the entire CB staff had apparently been playing hooky to surf the North Shore at the time), the…Continue

If you are receiving this message, there is about a 99% chance that you are either an artist, or a literary person in some way (an author, a publisher, a journalist, a photographer or painter…

Started by Roman Payne in Business of Writing and Art. Last reply by Wilson B. Sanchez Feb 24. 1 Reply

If you are receiving this message, there is about a 99% chance that you are either an artist, or a literary person in some way (an author, a publisher, a journalist, a photographer or painter… I could go on…)We are sending this out to let you know that our public relations division CulturalPR, a division of CulturalBook has two (2) things about it that makes it different from ALL OTHER…Continue

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A Corollary to Today's Quote

Posted by Curtiss Plaskon on March 27, 2015 at 7:40am 0 Comments

For a Time at Least 


Curt Plaskon

So, for a time at least,
nothing of a life time
is ever lost.

We have it all to be
re-played any time we

And for as long as I
I live no one ever
leaves my stage.

Break for You

Posted by Aubrey McCravy on March 2, 2015 at 10:30am 0 Comments

I tried to break my heart for you; to cause a tear to fall.

It seems so strange to care so much, yet never hurt at all.


 I thought perhaps my grief would tell me just how hard I fell.

But I have no wounds from falling, which might be just as well.


Does this mean I never loved you, that I might be to blame?

If you were in…



Posted by Aubrey McCravy on February 4, 2015 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

I did not love you easily; I tried to wait for time,

but then I loved you freely, so sure that you were mine.


I did not love you only, that I must confess,

I also loved the man of mine that you were not quite yet.


I did not love you openly, afraid that you would see,

terrified to share my love with you before you’d shared…



Posted by Aubrey McCravy on February 2, 2015 at 8:24pm 3 Comments

Lie to me a little while, I seek no truth from you. Tell me tales by candlelight as lovely as untrue.

Lay me down upon the sheets of smooth and silky lies. Make me a thousand promises, which I shall not despise.

Tell me of things you've never done, of where you've never been, of all the loves you've never had, and hearts you didn't win.

Of all the nights you stayed awake and didn't think of me, of all the time I held you captive and you wished not to be… Continue



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