Author Guest Post: Samantha March, Author of Destined To Fail

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Author Guest Post: Samantha March, Author of Destined To Fail

Time: February 28, 2012 all day
Location: http://jerseygirlbookreviews.blogspot.com/
Event Type: virtual, book, tour, event:, author, guest, post
Organized By: Kathleen Higgins-Anderson
Latest Activity: Feb 28, 2012

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Today's Virtual Book Tour Event: Author Guest Post with Samantha March, author of Destined To Fail! Samantha gives her readers a deleted excerpt from Jasmine's Journal, from her novel Destined To Fail. http://jerseygirlbookreviews.blogspot.com/2012/02/author-guest-post-samantha-march-author.html

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