Thursday teasers: New books from your favorite #BestsellingReads authors

Your favorite bestselling authors are hard at work, bringing you exciting new reads for your summer. Here are some new titles coming out soon. Make It Happen Vigilante Book 13  By Claude Bouchard When a brutal terrorist attack leaves hundreds … [Continue reading]

New Bestseller: The Girl in the Window

By Renée Pawlish Available today The new psychological thriller from BestSelling Reads member Renée Pawlish is available TODAY from Amazon and other e-tailers. What's it about? From the bestselling author of the Reed Ferguson mystery series and … [Continue reading]

Monday musings: Share your summer reading list

Summer. Forest fires and wildfires on one side of the continent, floods on the other. World conferences on terrorism and climate change. It’s no wonder that in summer, readers like to choose lighter fare. Romances, mysteries, thrillers. At the … [Continue reading]

Thursday teaser: Unsteady Rhythm

House of Archer Book 2 By Raine Thomas It took Lily a moment to register the number of people lining both sides of the walkway from the base of the booth’s stairs to the tunnel leading to the green rooms. Metal barricades had been set up to … [Continue reading]

Monday musings: Coloring in the literary map

The beginning of July is the opening of a season of national celebrations. For writers and readers, it’s both an opportunity and a danger. July 1 last Saturday was Canada Day, the celebration of the establishment of Confederation in British North … [Continue reading]

Thursday teasers: Pick your summer beach reads

The long weekend is coming up fast, with summer vacation season following immediately. And BestSelling Reads has perfect summer reads for to load onto your e-reader and take down to the beach, dock, hammock or patio for those long, lazy … [Continue reading]

Monday musings: Travel and inspiration

“Where do you get your ideas from?” Cecily Pigeon (or maybe it was Gwendolyn) asked Felix Unger in Neil Simon’s play, The Odd Couple. It’s a question every writer gets. While Felix, who wrote news for TV, could answer “From the news!” for fiction … [Continue reading]

Seven characteristics of successful #writers that cannot be taught

By Toby Neal This post originally appeared on Toby Neal's blog on September 21, 2016. Seven characteristics of successful writers cannot be taught—but they can be learned and developed until they become the habits that are the bedrock of a … [Continue reading]

Thursday teaser: Tears of Endurance

By D.G. Torrens Ben felt his mobile phone vibrating. It was Arianna; he pressed the reject call button and turned his phone off. He couldn’t face anyone right now. He climbed out of the taxi and walked into his apartment building in a daze. He … [Continue reading]

Monday musing: Writing, like life, depends on which road you take

By Caleb Pirtle III This post originally appeared in Caleb and Linda Pirtle's blog on February 22, 2017. Each choice has a consequence you have to live with for the rest of your life. “WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT?” I asked the old man sitting in … [Continue reading]