Xlibris Author| Gerald Meyers, Flight of the Peacock Pt 2

by Thomas McKinley

Xlibris Author| Gerald Meyers, Flight of the Peacock

Xlibris Publishing returns with Gerald Meyers, author of Flight of the Peacock.   Regarding my literary interests, I probably gravitate more toward favorite authors than sources of inspirational guidance. My leisure reading is almost exclusively in the realm of literary fiction with some of my favorite writers being Philip Roth, Pat Conroy, Joyce Carole Oats, […]

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Xlibris Reviews| A Net of Dawn and Bones

by Thomas McKinley

Xlibris Reviews| A Net of Dawn and Bone

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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Xlibris Author| Gerald Meyers, Flight of the Peacock Pt 1

by Thomas McKinley

Xlibris Author| Gerald Meyers, Flight of the Peacock

Xlibris Publishing introduces Gerald Meyers, author of Flight of the Peacock.     My sixth novel, and my initial first person biographical narrative, The Flight of the Peacock, was inspired by my desire to memorialize the relationship I had with my best adulthood friend, who died unexpectedly and tragically from complications of elective cervical spine […]

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Xlibris Author| Kass Harker, Into Another Dimension

by Thomas McKinley

Xlibris Publishing| Good News Spring-Summer 2017

Xlibris Publishing introduces Kass Harker, author of Into Another Dimension. About Your Book and Yourself. Into Another Dimension is the first book I’ve ever completed and the first to be published. It is written with children in mind but I can see parents enjoying it too when they read it to their kids.   The […]

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Xlibris Writing Tips| Forgotten Fiction: William Hope Hodgson

by Thomas McKinley

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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