Monthly Archives: October 2010

Electricland serialization, part 7/7

Kate parked the car-jacked Lexus a little ways down the street from Russek’s place, but with a good view of the house. “Not bad for a love nest,” she said, her voice betraying her years in London. It was her … Continue reading

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Electricland Reviewed By John Alleman of Bookpleasures.com

“2010 witnesses the publication of Ginger Mayerson’s Electricland, a unique and clever narrative with remarkably intricate content for its brevity. “Electricland is a satirical novel about organized terrorism; it is an illustration of a group of middle-aged women turning a … Continue reading

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Electricland serialization, part 6/7

It had taken the kid a few days to calm down and feel comfortable around Russek. On their first night together nightmares had sent Drew scrambling for his inhaler. Russek could only hold him lightly until the kid could breathe … Continue reading

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Electricland review at Amazon

“Terror is not something limited to only one sex. A woman’s family is often more important than their life, and vengeance is not something to be underestimated. Electricland is a fun and riveting novel with plenty of suspense.” Midwest Book … Continue reading

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Electricland serialization, part 5/7

Mass Hysteria for Fun and Profit “At what point did you lose control of Williams, Titania?” The Department Manager looked at his notes in his own numeric code. “I never had control of him,” she said, looking at her perfectly … Continue reading

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Electricland serialization, part 4/7

The next day, Russek didn’t have a moment’s hesitation in lending Williams his car because he had a police vehicle he could use. He’d just jokingly asked him to gas it up, which was a pretty expensive request that spring. … Continue reading

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Author Econ 101 (alas)

“New authors often have the misconception that they will sell a million books and be wealthy for the rest of their lives. But the book is just the beginning; authors shouldn’t put all their eggs in one basket—better to use … Continue reading

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Electricland serialization, part 3/7

“Yeah, okay.” Bishop glanced at the sheriff’s deputy standing in the doorway. “Get me a better cell and I’ll take good care of him.” “I’ll do what I can, but take good care of him no matter what.” Russek gave … Continue reading

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