Just announced . . . Blood Sacrifice, Michael Lister’s fifth John Jordan novel, has won the Silver Medal in the Florida Book Awards Popular Fiction Category for 2012 (This is Michael’s second Florida Book Award. His first was a Bronze Medal in the Florida Book Awards General Fiction Category for 2009.) Many readers are calling [...]
The Thrilling Sequel to The Big Goodbye . . . THE BIG BEYOND by Michael Lister 978-1-888146-33-2 “Lister’s hard-edged prose ranks with the best of contemporary noir fiction.” Publisher’s Weekly Starred Review of The Big Goodbye. History, Mystery, and Romance Walk the mean streets of wartime Panama City with Jimmy “Soldier” Riley, a wounded, woman-haunted [...]
A haunting trailer for the new John Jordan mystery BLOOD SACRIFICE.
“Michael Lister may be the author of the most unique series running in mystery fiction.” Michael Connelly Blood Sacrifice The 5th John Jordan mystery by Michael Lister ISBN: 978-1-888146-95-0 Hardcover ISBN: 978-1-888146-96-7 Paperback ISBN: 978-1-888146-97-4 Ebook Following a particularly brutal and costly case, John Jordan goes to a secluded retreat center and encounters one of [...]
by Michael Lister September 2012 Hardcover Inspiration – Essays 978-1-888146-99-8 From Michael Lister, the acclaimed author of “The Meaning of Life in Movies” and “The Meaning of Jesus,” comes a meditation on mindful, meaningful living not to be missed. “You and I can have deeply, profoundly fulfilling and meaningful lives, but not automatically, not effortlessly, [...]
I like misfits. A lot. Being one myself I both identify and empathize with them. Two of my favorite misfits to hang out with lately are Tim and Janice from Lee Kirk’s sweet, witty “The Giant Mechanical Man,” a charming comedic love story between a woman in her 30s who has yet to learn how [...]
This Arbor Day Michael Lister and Pulpwood Press are teaming up to support a better, greener future for us all. If you purchase one of their books, they will plant a tree—or if you plant a tree, they will give you one of their books.
I find it infinitely interesting that two of the most popular and well received movies in theaters right now, “The Hunger Games” and “The Cabin in the Woods,” are about sacrifice—specifically the sacrifice of young people to the powers that be. Sacrifice in cinema is nothing new, particularly of young people, but it has not [...]