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Comment by Raymond Mathiesen on August 19, 2013 at 7:09pm

The Hidden Realms of Firestone by Linda M. David -
Book Review by Susan McMichael – 4 out of 5 stars

Volcanic Lava Logs and an awesome holiday...

A mysterious figure is looking at a featureless wall.... then Agathea Fulstropp arrives with the bang of the car door. She doesn't want to go on holiday seeing things: “I want to go the beach with granddad.” She knows quite well where she wants to go: to school, on another planet and her parents aren't going to stop her. However, lots of other people have plans for Thea and she is kidnapped....

Who has kidnapped her? Where is she? Returned to the school with little knowledge of what happened Thea is simply delighted to be back. All, however, is not well, with a new girl spoiling everything. Will Thea ever again be friends with Annalije? Will she be able to find out who kidnapped her, before she is kidnapped again?

Linda M. David's The Hidden Realms of Firestone is an engrossing Fantasy/Science-Fiction book for teenagers. It will also appeal to those teenage readers who enjoy the School Story genre. Beyond this David’s novel can be read and greatly appreciated by adults who wish to recapture a little of their youth. The Hidden Realms of Firestone (Book ed.) The Hidden Realms of Firestone (Kindle ed.)

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Comment by Dana Roquet on August 18, 2013 at 9:45am

The 2nd part of Torie and Dave's story.

When author Torie Mills moved to tiny Fremont, Iowa, she found the love of her life and the place where she finally felt she belonged. Five generations of Dave Cameron’s family had inhabited the large idyllic Victorian house he and Torie now called home. They settled in, started a family and seemed to be living the perfect fairytale ending.

Fast forward two years. The Cameron family, including little one-year-old Rose, have been chased from their home by the time travels they believed they had left behind. Quiet Mahaska County has become a Mecca for fans of the psychological thriller Where Evil Lived, which Torie wrote concerning the 1959 mass murder of her Mills cousins. It was just meant to be a way to help Dave heal and put it behind him for good. Now it had taken on a life of its own.

While Torie searches desperately for the answers that will fix her fractured family and allow them the happily ever after they deserve, Dave struggles to hold on to his sanity and keep a secret from her that will test him to the limits of his endurance as he comes to terms with the time travel gift that neither he, Torie nor their child will be able to resist or control. 

Comment by Mike Nach on August 18, 2013 at 3:21am

Learn the secret, powerful materialization techniques of the magickal masters and fulfill all your wishes! These secrets will help to materialize anything you desire, easily and miraculously.

I must warn you! You will acquire awesome powers with regular practice of the techniques given in this book. Act responsibly thereafter!


Comment by Deanie Humphrys-Dunne on August 16, 2013 at 1:10pm

My books inspire children! The titles are: Tails of Sweetbrier (an award-winning true story), Charlie the Horse, Charlene the Star, & Charlene the Star and Hattie's Heroes. All are on Kindle and all except Charlie the Horse are in paperback as well. They're all available on and signed copies will soon be available directly from my website:  Here are excerpts from reviews and 2 of the book covers:

From Rev

5.0 out of 5 stars An Inspirational and Unforgettable Read,

This review is from: Tails of Sweetbrier (Kindle Edition)

If you are looking for an inspirational and unforgettable read this is the book for you. This book will bring you to tears as you read about this inspiring little girl who learns never to say no to her dreams. She was born with a handicap and her parents were told that she would never walk. With a surprisingly strong will and determination to do what her sisters could do, ride horses and win championships, Deanie learned to ride. She found it very difficult and had to adjust many times to falling off her horse and getting up again and again. She never gave up and finally she did succeed and became a championship jumper.

From review of Charlie the Horse (reviewer Sarah Mazor)Tails%20cover%20kindle.jpg
The story is lovely, the information fascinating, and the values imparted are relevant to readers, young and old. Charlie is a champion racer, but he is also a champion of fundamental values such as work ethic, commitment to task, persistence and tenacity, and integrity and self-respect that are manifested in the effort to excel and be the best one can be. Another set of values that are thematic in the book is evident in the respect, appreciation, and gratitude exhibited by Charlie, who seeks the wisdom and prizes the mentorship of the retired racehorse General Quick. Another winner from Deanie Humphrys-Dunne!

Comment by Xunaira J. on August 16, 2013 at 12:42pm

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Comment by Yvonne Mikell on August 16, 2013 at 12:18pm

Are they for real? Would you name your child Messiah?

Comment by Irina Shapiro on August 13, 2013 at 11:10am

When the skeletal remains of a young woman and her baby are found entombed behind the kitchen wall of a historic Tudor house, Cassandra is overcome with grief. She seems to know who the young woman was, but not how she knows or how she came to be there. Cassandra becomes inexplicably drawn to the house and the mystery of the "Bones of Blackfriars." As she begins to learn the truth about the Thorne siblings who occupied the house during the reign of Elizabeth I, her own life takes an unexpected turn and she finds that her fate is linked to the Thornes in ways she never imagined.



Comment by Fuentes on August 13, 2013 at 6:10am

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Comment by Fuentes on August 13, 2013 at 6:10am


The tone is direct, the sexual expressions are succulent and the characters are a treat. A great cocktail to spend a good night with a book!
I also laughed a lot. 
There is a little bit of "Sex in the city" in the style but much more sexy trash. A serie that will awaken your ovaries!


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