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Comment by Fuentes on September 19, 2013 at 5:53am


I was intrigued, annoyed, interested, confused while being unable to stop my reading. My curiosity was piqued as well as hooked. 
And it is precisely this confusion that makes me addicted to the story. I wanted to understand so I kept turning the pages...


Comment by Raymond Mathiesen on September 18, 2013 at 9:30pm

The Children Shall Be Blameless by W. Jack Savage – Book Review
By Raymond Mathiesen

4.5 stars out of 5

Do the right thing…
Richard Smith had a life before he lived at St. James Orphanage, St. Paul, Minnesota, but that was too long ago to remember. Even his first days at the orphanage seem hidden under a strange cloud of forgetfulness. One thing Richard does remember is that, no matter what, he must not eat the “cornmeal mush” (Ch. 1 and following) the nuns serve for breakfast. Refusing this meal is against the Orphanage rules, and Richard’s insistence over the years, as he grows up, marks him out as a trouble-maker. Faced with the harsh bureaucracy of the Catholic Church Richard decides that all talk of God is a fake, but he is determined to do what is really “right” (Ch. 1 and following) by people, regardless of what the church says. From a very early age ethics, rather than morals, interests this young thinker. As Richard grows up he changes in some ways, but in many ways he stays the same. What will the course of his life be?

The Children Shall be Blameless is a story about real life, taking a very practical and pragmatic view of things. It is, however, also a ‘spiritual’ (rather than religious) story asking deeper, philosophic questions about how to live and how we find meaning. Richard does not claim to have all the answers, and neither does W. Jack Savage, but if you find yourself often wondering ’what is the right thing to do’ this is the novel for you. Savage’s story is interesting and in parts very exciting, and the novel is not in any way preachy. (The Children Shall Be Blameless - Book ed.) (The Children Shall Be Blameless - Kindle ed.)

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Comment by abdul mobeen akram on September 17, 2013 at 7:39pm

hi guys , i am writing my first novel , check out a snaek peak in my blog ,

Comment by Katie on September 17, 2013 at 6:50pm

Comment by ER Pierce / Ryanne Hawk on September 17, 2013 at 9:43am

Lock and Key (My-Sir #2), The continuing serial novelette series featuring Sir and Paige, is live for sale on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. (Well, B&N is taking forever, but it should be there soon!)

Comment by Illyanna Fox on September 16, 2013 at 12:15pm

Hi All

Check out my latest post about the type of hero we like to read about and answer this question:

Who's sexier : The Dark Brooder or the Golden God?

Comment by Xunaira J. on September 16, 2013 at 9:58am

I am FINALLY going to show off my cover of the next book on the 28th of September 2013. It will be a pleasure to have your support right there by my side, please join this event and invite as many friends as you can. For you will be bolstering my courage by being there with me.

I'm looking forward to see all of you!

Comment by Xunaira J. on September 16, 2013 at 6:58am

Hi everyone!
I recently tried to write a different prose. Please read and I would be most thankful if you could leave me feedback and ratings over there.
The first part is:
The second instalment is:

I would love to hear from all of you

Comment by Fuentes on September 15, 2013 at 12:23pm


A good thriller with an interesting plot and a corrosive heroin.

Personally, I loved how the story start. the reader follows Jordan a few minute before she finds herself involved in the staging of a killer who came butchered her family. It's intense, well written and makes you want to turn the pages.


Comment by Fuentes on September 15, 2013 at 12:23pm


A beautiful story about broken dreams, second chance and the determination to achieve its objectives.. This is the kind of reading that makes you want to look at life positively and keep believing in it.



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