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Book Review – “Words of Sorrow and Joy” by Christopher Allen

A great poet manages to evoke universal truths through his work. In Words of Sorrow and Joy, Christopher Allen does just this. Through his poetry, Allen takes us on a pensive and wistful journey through the peaks and valleys of life. To read his work is to delve into the manifold emotions of daily life — both the …

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Book Review – “Into the Outer World” by Sophie Enlil

Do you love visiting new and exciting places? Are you a fan of poetry? If so, you’ll certainly enjoy reading Into the Outer World by Sophie Enlil! Like the title suggests, Into the Outer World transports its readers to Mars and beyond. Through Enlil’s poetry, readers can explore distant space civilizations as well as African, Asian, and South American …

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“The Stripes on the Tiger” – Our Book of the Week!

Beginning today, the 1st of February, Gold Orchid Publishing will be hosting its first ever Valentine’s Romance Promotion! During the two weeks leading up to Valentine’s Day, a number of Gold Orchid romance novels will be discounted to prices as low as $0.99/£0.99 per title!  Beginning at 12 am on February 5th, readers will have the opportunity to purchase …

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“The Elfin Knight” – Our Book of the Week!

Beginning on the 1st of February, Gold Orchid Publishing will be hosting its first ever Valentine’s Romance Promotion! During the two weeks leading up to Valentine’s Day, a number of Gold Orchid romance novels will be discounted to prices as low as $0.99/£0.99 per title!  To kick off the promotion, we’d like to introduce our readers …

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Book Review – “In the Dark” by James Key

In the Dark was the first Gold Orchid eBook I chose to read. The novella attracted me above all others due to its noir-esque mystery plot. As a fan of classic films and the noir genre in general, I was particularly drawn to the book’s storyline, which sounded like something straight out of a sultry 1940’s …

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Meet An Author – Emily Shankle And The Raven’s Wing

Guest Entry By Helidth Ravenholm (Originally posted on Buzzfeed) It’s a fact – a lot more people write than you’d think. Another fact – a lot more people write really, really well than you’d think. For some, writing is their life – from the moment they’ve realised what they wanted to be when they grew …

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Rose Raven – What Inspires Me?

Guest Post by Rose Raven (Author of The Pirate’s Lover, The Pirate’s Captive, The Pirate’s Choices, The Colonel’s Captive, and The Gambler’s Debt) “I tend to write on a whim, rather than in a focused way… so a lot of this is just whim-orientated bits of nothing that turn into a story. I like to …

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Brooke Holme – I Find Inspiration In…

Guest Entry by Brooke Holme (Author of Dangerous Jungles, Masks, Times Apart and In The Middle of Things) “I’ve got a strong background in social sciences, so my background creates the twists and plots in the story. I often get worried that I include too much of the more technical in my books, so I …

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In Search of Inspiration

Guest Entry by Sophie Enlil (Author of Into The Outer World) Everything has the potential to inspire. Freedom is a blank page – you can do absolutely anything you like with it. If you don’t like the world, you can rewrite it. If the world pisses you off that much, you can even destroy it. Writing …

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James Key – Why That Genre?

Guest Entry by James Key (Author of In The Dark) “I like film noir, because it is the only film genre that really captures the dark and mysterious properly for me. I’ve written a short story, In the Dark, that is basically a film noir in a book. What I wanted to write was a …