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Living with an author

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Bewitching Book Tours Halloween Sale

Started by Roxanne Rhoads Aug 14.

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Reviewers Wanted!

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Comment by Olivia Roach 1 hour ago
The summer holiday is officially over for me! Tomorrow is back to school, but until then I will grasp at what summer I can by telling you about my trip to Paris!
#paris #summer #travel

Comment by Bridget Oliphant 4 hours ago 

August Wrap Up. 

(I'm sorry for posting so much, but I haven't been here in so long, I'm playing catch up) :-)

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PopSugar Reading Challenge 2015 Update

Comment by Bridget Oliphant 4 hours ago

Book Haul For August...Enjoy! :-)

Comment by Diane Coto 17 hours ago

#BookTour #Review: THE RACE FOR PARIS by Meg Waite Clayton | #BookReview -

Comment by Barbara Fisher 21 hours ago

What sparks a child’s dreams? A guest post by Darlene Foster dreamer of dreams, teller of tales.

Comment by Diane Coto yesterday

#Review 4 out of 5! THE LAST CLINIC (A Darla Cavannah Mystery) by Gary Gusick | #BookReview -

Comment by Diane Coto on Saturday

#Review 4 out of 5! THE SWEETNESS by Sande Boritz Berger | #BookReview -

Comment by Diane Coto on Friday

#BlogTour #Excerpt #Giveaway: INTO THE DARK by Caroline T. Patti -

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Seeking Book Reviewers & Blog Tour Hosts for Non-fiction, Mental Health & Aging

Hosted by Sage's Blog Tours

Picture How to Prepare for Old Age
(without taking the fun out of life)
By Bernard S. Otis
Genre: Nonfiction
Review copies available in pdf, 187 pages

In this touching often humorous and very personal account, Bernie shares his 86 years of life, love, loss and laughter as an inspirational guide to what it means to age without growing old. His advice on love after 60 years, how to talk with family members about illness, what you should be prepared for when confronting tragedy and loss, what it means to be a caregiving to a loved one and many other of life’s challenges are a must for family members young and old.

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