Three Top-rated Thrillers by Authors Who Have Served Their Country

By |November 12th, 2015|

Three top-rated thrillers with unlikely heroes written by military veterans who are members of the Chanticleer Community!

Three Spine-Tingling Reads that Will Get Your Heart Racing

By |October 27th, 2015|

If you are a junkie for edge-of-the seat reads, these 3 titles are for you: GRAVE BLOGGER by Donna Fontenot, POE: NEVERMORE by Rachel Martens, and ANONYMOUS by Christine Benedict.

Latest Issue of Chanticleer Reviews Online Magazine – 23 Reviews & Horoscopes

By |October 24th, 2015|

The latest issue of the Chanticleer Reviews online magazine is live! Authors: check out the new feature: Writer's horoscopes!

Awards Banquet Information, Books By the Bay Book Fair, and the Chanticleer Authors Conference

By |September 3rd, 2015|

In less than 3 weeks, the Chanticleer Authors Conference, with Awards Banquet, and the 3 Day Book Fair will begin (CAC15)! It is an exciting and busy time here at Chanticleer Reviews! Read on for more information!

Connect at BEA15 and BookCon NYC with Chanticleer Review’s Kiffer Brown

By |May 26th, 2015|

IF you are attending Book Expo America 2015 or BookCon NYC and would like to connect with Kiffer Brown, here is how:

Spring Events and Updates from Chanticleer Reviews

By |May 13th, 2015|

The latest in news about what is happening at Chanticleer Reviews and Writing Competitions.

Top Snippets Overheard at the Winter Conferences by Kiffer Brown

By |April 25th, 2015|

Tips from bestselling authors, overheard comments from literary agents, generous information shared by the publisher of Publisher's Weekly, and more are revealed.

March Events and Updates from Chanticleer Reviews

By |March 4th, 2015|

Cocktail Parties, East Coast Summits, West Coast Conferences, Panel Discussions, and Exhibitor Booths -- Where will you find Chanticleer in March?

LOVE and THE ARTS, a Blog-post from Kiffer Brown

By |February 14th, 2015|

Was Dante Rossetti William Morris’s Lancelot? And Jane Morris's wife, his Guinevere? Does life imitate art? Read more about this fairy-tale-come-true story–essentially Arthurian legend come to life. Discover who was the inspiration for "My Fair Lady" in this special Chanticleer blog post.

A NEW YEAR, A NEW LOOK with NEW SERVICES at Chanticleer Reviews

By |January 29th, 2015|

Reach Book Clubs and Readers with Chanticleer's BRAND NEW homepage feature designed just for them!