Recommended Reading - May 2018


What They Say

“People say, ‘What advice do you have for people who want to be writers?’ I say, they don’t really need advice, they know they want to be writers, and they’re gonna do it. Those people who know that they really want to do this and are cut out for it, they know it.”
—R.L. Stine



Back issues of the older print magazine are still available. Order a copy today!

FMAM Magazine

Four issues from 2005 and six 2006 issues are available to order in both PDF and Print Digest format. The current PDF issue price is $4.50 and the cover price for the print version is $11.95 plus postage. (2005 issues are $3.50 and $9.50).

FMAM Magazine

You can check out the Table of Contents for each issue 2005, 2006 and 2007 by following the links below:
May-June 2005 , July-Aug 2005 , Sept-Oct 2005, Nov-Dec 2005, Jan-Feb 2006, Mar-Apr 2006, May-June 2006, July-August 2006, Sept-Oct 2006, Nov-Dec 2006, Jan-Feb 2007, Mar-Apr 2007


by Lida Quillen
Founder and Publisher of Twilight Times Books and Paladin Timeless Books


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  • Beyond the Pale
    Clare O'Donohue
    Midnight Ink, 360 pages, $15.99, May 8, 2018
    ISBN: 978-0738756509 


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  • Probable Claws: A Mrs. Murphy Mystery
    Rita Mae Brown
    Bantam, 352 pages, $27.00, May 29, 2018
    ISBN: 978-0425287156 


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  • The Death of Mrs. Westaway
    Ruth Ware
    Gallery, 384 pages, $26.99, May 29, 2018
    ISBN: 978-1501156212 

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  • The Favorite Sister
    Jessica Knoll
    Simon & Schuster, 384 pages, $26.00, May 15, 2018
    ISBN: 978-1501153198 

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  • The 49th Mystic (Beyond the Circle)
    Ted Dekker
    Revell, 576 pages, $24.99, May 15, 2018
    ISBN: 978-0800729783 




Twilight Times Books

Kaitlin's Tale by Christine Amsden

Death by Opera by Erica Miner
"...a wickedly wonderful, fast-paced thriller"

The Sergeant's Apprentice by Christopher Nuttall

And Frozen by Christine Amsden
"Cassie Scot, mundane member of a magical family, is once again put to the test when a couple is frozen to death on a fifty-degree day."