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Jack Emery on location

July 21, 2015 by
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Momentum author Steve P Vincent was recently in New York City for Thrillerfest, the annual thriller writers convention of the International Thriller Writers Association. Steve has agreed to write a series of blogs for Momentum about his experience, but wanted to whet the appetite with a taste of some of the scenes from his books on location! The Wellington Hotel (The Foundation) Jack Emery woke with a groan, face down in a pool of vomit. The sickly soup had matted...

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Cover reveal: Hammer of God (Alex Hunter 5.5) by Greig Beck

July 16, 2015 by
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When the coalition of Allied Forces established an international zone in Iraq, they meant to bring peace to the region. They were succeeding – until the moment something hulked into the zone and detonated a nuclear bomb. The last images from the area prior to the blast are not of drones or the trail of an ICBM. Instead they show a solitary figure carrying the enormous weapon to the soon-to-be ground zero on its back. Consulting an ancient prophecy, scholars...

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Come and write about books! Paid bloggers wanted at Momentum!

July 10, 2015 by
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Momentum is the digital-only imprint of Pan Macmillan Australia. Established in February 2012, we publish high quality ebooks globally. Our website and blog is the hub of our operation, and we’d like to include as many diverse voices as possible. Our blog currently hosts opinions from Momentum employees, authors and other contributors, and now we’d like you to have the chance to have your say about the world of books, writing and reading on the Momentum blog. We are looking...

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David Rollins: researching ancient Rome

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I suppose I should just come out and admit it – I’m an ancient history nerd. As a kid, I was completely absorbed in the myths and legends of ancient Greece. And then I discovered ancient Rome! I still have two bookshelves crammed with Penguin Black Spine editions of various Roman historians from those days, as well as a very early edition of Gibbons’ Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire, which is a prized possession. (not David’s actual shelf…)...

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