Xlibris| Forgotten Fiction: Robert W. Chambers

by Maricel Alcantara

 
In this entry of Forgotten Treasures, Xlibris Publishing explores Robert W. Chambers

In this entry of Forgotten Fiction, Xlibris Publishing explores Robert W. Chambers, a writer with a wide and varied career. Born in Brooklyn, USA in 1865, Chambers rose to writing prominence the 1890s, up until his death in the 1930s. His genres include weird fiction, horror, romance, wartime adventure (written during World War I), and […]

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Xlibris Author| Pablo LaSalle Jr. Battle of Life

by Maricel Alcantara

 
Xlibris Author| Pablo LaSalle, Battle of Life

Xlibris Publishing introduces Pablo LaSalle Jr, author of Battle of Life.   Battle of Life. There is always a story to tell, things we live with and experience at different levels of life. Some stay with us other things we tend to forget. This book comes from many years of living life to an extreme. […]

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Xlibris| Forgotten Fiction: William Hope Hodgson

by Maricel Alcantara

 
Forgotten Treasures- William Hope Hodgson

Xlibris Publishing embarks upon a series of blog entries, exploring obscure and near forgotten works of science-fiction, fantasy, and horror. The aim of this series is to raise awareness of past authors and forays into the above genres. In some cases the authors and works of the past have influenced the authors and works of […]

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Xlibris Author| Dave Gutierrez, Patriots from the Barrio

by Maricel Alcantara

 
Xlibris Author| Dave Gutierrez

Xlibris Publishing introduces Dave Gutierrez, author of Patriots from the Barrio. Please briefly describe your book. Patriots from the Barrio is the true WWII story of the men that served in the U.S. Army’s all Mexican American combat unit, the 36th Division, 141st Regiment, 2nd Battalion, Company E.  The soldiers who served in Company E […]

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Xlibris Reviews| A Net of Dawn and Bones

by Maricel Alcantara

 
Xlibris Reviews| A Net of Dawn and Bones

Urban Fantasy, the genre where elements of the everyday and the fantastical interact and even clash, has experienced somewhat of an oversaturation of late. With some exceptions, a majority of urban fantasy has a tendency towards feeling the same. Such genre pieces as ‘vampire ran nightclubs’ or ‘werewolf street gangs’ have a bad habit of […]

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