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The Vincent Boys by Abbi Glines
This week we've got great stuff going on at I Read a Book Once. There's an interview with C.S. Splitter, author of The Reluctant and The Willing, the first to books in his series The Crayder Chronicles. These crime/thriller books have equal helpings of grit and humor, a combination that I enjoyed very much and put me in the mind of crime caper greats like Donald E. Westlake.
The Reluctant is currently free on Amazon, and Splitter has been generous enough to offer up a pair of ebook copies of The Willing for a giveaway. To enter for a chance to win, just go to the review post and comment saying you'd like to be considered for the drawing. Thanks!
Read the first 23 pages of Oxford Messed Up: A Novel by Andrea Kayne Kaufman -
Here's my latest bog post of In my Mailbox.
Shiny new Blog post up today in Guerrilla Warfare For Writers:
Publisher Hype and Fraud
Ms. Pearce has successfully gotten inside the head of a fourteen year old girl and drawn an accurate picture of how adolescent females think; how they perceive their situations, the dynamics between themselves and the other people in their environment. All of us who have been young teenage girls remember how every problem in our life was a crisis of apocalyptical proportions, NO ONE understood us and NO ONE ever, ever, had the same problems we had. No one loved us, everybody hated us-let's run outside and eat some worms...drama, drama, drama.
Blogging from A to Z Challenge
funny true stories about what old fashioned British Bobbies got up to! well worth a read
Seriously professional you must be joking
Today's Virtual Book Tour Event: Author Guest Post by Suzan Battah, author of Mad About The Boy. Suzan discusses Celebrity Romance vs. Real Romance.http://jerseygirlbookreviews.blogspot.com/2012/02/author-guest-post...
Who out there is writing childrenss books and how are you doing?
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