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I've got a unique excerpt for you today! Author Garrett Gilchrist has re-written A Christmas Carol, as though the ghosts visited Cratchit, not Scrooge.
Bob Cratchit, a poor, underpaid clerk at the counting-house of Scrooge and Marley, has lost his youngest son. He is alone and freezing to death on a cold Christmas Eve, when he is visited by three spirits … Garrett Gilchrist brings you a new perspective on the classic characters from Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
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I just read Toys by James Patterson. You can read my review by following the link below.
In the summer of 1916 women do not have the right to vote, let alone be motorcycle dispatch riders. Two sisters, Angeline and Adelaide Hanson are determined to prove to the world that not only are women capable of riding motorbikes, but they can ride motorbikes across the United States. Alone.
From a dance hall in Chicago to a jail cell in Dodge City, love and trouble both follow Angeline and Adelaide on the dirt roads across the United States. The sisters shout their triumph from Pike’s Peak only to end up lost in the Salt Lake desert.
Will they make it to their goal of Los Angeles or will too many mishaps prevent them from reaching their destination and thus, hinder their desire to prove that women can do it?
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Shiny new Post at Guerrilla Warfare For Writers:
ARE WE SEEING THE DEMISE OF THE ADVANCE?
Come read the opening pages of the new book from Jane Green, Another Piece of My Heart: A Novel: