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ON THE COVER December, 2012

ON THE COVER
The Iceman (Excerpt)
The Iceman"The woods of Bucks County were also a good place to get rid of bodies. By profession Richard was a contract killer, and the disposal of bodies was always a concern."
By Philip Carlo


ON THE COVER
We're Two Year's Old!
CelebrationWe're celebrating our success, reflecting on the journey, giving thanks for our community, and looking forward with renewed ambition.
By Members of the IN gang


ON THE COVER
Cover Collection (Excerpt)
Our CoversA retrospective of covers represents some of what we have accomplished over the past two years. It's time to blow our own horn while we link you directly to the featured authors.
By IN House Staff


ON THE COVER
Where Art And Business Meet
Mark LevineAfter nine years as a corporate, entertainment, and intellectual property attorney, Mark Levine took the path of the author and entrepreneur. His wisdom is tried and true.
By Penelope Jensen and Mark London


ON THE COVER
The Fine Print (Excerpt)
The Fine Print"You want to find a publisher that pays a royalty based on a fixed percent of the gross sales price less the printing cost. Period."
By Mark Levine


ON THE COVER
Spies And Charmers And Rogues! Oh, My!
Celeste BradleyWith 11 romance books under her belt, Celeste Bradley is a champion of shameless pleasure, pure passion, laugh-out-loud fun.
By Penelope Jensen and Mark London


ON THE COVER
Seducing The Spy (Excerpt)
Seducing The SpyAgain, her voice carried. Every neck craned to see. A soggy sob followed. "You horrible, cruel man! First you seduce me, then you denigrate me!"
By Celeste Bradley


ON THE COVER
Goose Cooking
Charles GhignaCharles Ghigna is the name; and standing as one of America's most popular modern day children's poets under the egalitarian nom de plum Father Goose, is the game.
By Diego X. Jesus and Mark London


ON THE COVER
A Fury Of Motion (Excerpt)
Fury In Motion"Before the bayonet replaced the bat, Jack Marsh played second base for Yale; his spikes anchored into the August clay, his eyes set deep against the setting sun."
By Charles Ghigna (AKA Father Goose)


ON THE COVER
New New Journalism
Lee GutkindLee Gutkind proves that creative nonfiction heightens the whole concept and idea of essay writing. It allows a writer to employ the diligence of a reporter, the shifting voices and viewpoints of a novelist, the refined wordplay of a poet and the analytical modes of the essayist.
By Diego X. Jesus and Mark London





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