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Comment by Fuentes 8 hours ago

Sex, Love, and Dharma by Simon Chokoisky

There is lot to discover with this book. It's not at all what you think about when you see the cover. The author explains about indian customs, daily routine for your health, talk about medecinal plants, ask you to take test. It's fun, very interesting.
You are a reader and a little more as you are implicated in your read.


Comment by Fuentes 8 hours ago

Shattered Blue by Lauren Bird Horowitz

And Bang! The last scenes are full of revelations.
Nothing is black and white. Got really frustrated with the end because I was ready to give up on this love triangle when the author has succeeded in hooking me again. So Grrrrr!
Don't know if I like it or not. Will need to read the sequel to make up my mind. ;-)
Nicely done by the author!


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Comment by Carmen Stefanescu on Friday

Welcome to the first round of the tour! Today the promo is for my novel
       Shadows of the Past

Comment by Marshall Chamberlain on September 29, 2015 at 3:40pm

Thrillers by Marshall Chamberlain are unique—jam-packed with suspense and excitement, sprinkled with sci-fi and paranormal, and run like raging rivers. If you have enjoyed Indiana Jones, or books by Nelson DeMille, or James Rollin’s “Sigma Force,” you will love Chamberlain’s techno-thrillers!
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Comment by Chris Henderson on September 23, 2015 at 1:14pm

Being a writer and working in solitude to create your story brings out a number of emotions. From fear and anxiety in wondering if the story good enough where readers will be engaged by it? And guilt about not spending more time with family. The interview with Diane J. Wilson shows her thoughts on that topic and how she makes writing work for her schedule. Read her story at

Comment by Fuentes on September 19, 2015 at 1:45pm

In Plain Sight by Senayda Pierre

The author has a way with emotions. Lovely read!

Love stories with legend and spirit animals... This story is more about true mates, destiny, choices and the impact of family history and education on our way of dealing with life.
It was really a cool awesome read.


Comment by Fuentes on September 19, 2015 at 6:14am

Digital to the Core by Mark Raskino, Graham Waller

Interesting, full of examples and quotes. I was real hooked from the start and impressed by its futuristic views.
You discover past research that have lead to advanced technology and how the digital will bring them to a new life with even better accurate utilities for the customers, the well being of the world even if we are not aware day by day of these new technical influences.


Comment by Daye Riolpe on September 14, 2015 at 1:36pm
September 14, 1812 Napoleon marches into Moscow at the head of the Grand Armée of 700,000.
He’ll be one of the few to return to Paris alive.
Cossacks In Paris by Jeffrey Perren
A  powerful story of love and survival...




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