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Comment by Mk - 3 hours ago

Doctor Death by Lene Kaaberbol: Nail-Biting Gothic Historical Thriller

You may know Lene Kaaberbol as co-author of The Boy In the Suitcase – and you really owe it to yourself to check out our review of Doctor Death, Book #1 in her new gothic historical mystery series, at

Comment by Beck Valley Books Blog 5 hours ago

A BRAND NEW co-written contemporary romance series by Bella Andre​ & Melissa Foster​, LOVE ON ROCKWELL ISLAND!

Fall in love on Rockwell Island...Sink your toes into the sandy beaches at the heart of Cape Cod Bay, where family comes first, good friends are around every corner, and true love is waiting beneath the stars.


Cape Cod Kisses (Love on Rockweill Island, Book 1) by Bella Andre & Melissa Foster


Cape Cod Promises (Love on Rockwell Island, Book 2) by Bella Andre & Melissa Foster


Cape Cod Dreams (Love on Rockwell Island, Book 3) by Bella Andre & Melissa Foster


NOTE FROM MELISSA: Nook and Kindle links coming soon!

Comment by Diane Coto 6 hours ago

#mystery Blog Tour: Three Days to Forever (A Mac Faraday Mystery Book 9) by Lauren Carr -

Comment by Lynelle Clark 8 hours ago

Message to a Blackman in Africa by Maphindani Vukulu Sizwe.
#Comment #Share #Like #NONFICTION #AMAZON
This book is indeed a message to every man, black or white.
Anyone with an open mind and aware of the failing social contract in today's world, obsessed with the illusion of the global village, will devour this book.

Out of Africa comes a book that explodes with outrage. Out of Africa comes an impassioned cry for union. Not since Mein Kampf has such a controversial viewpoint on Nationalism and Race been so candidly stated by an author. Not since The Little Red Book does a Manifesto written by one man have the potential to change the lives of so many. Not since The Communist Manifesto has anyone dared to demand such responsibility for their own reality from the “oppressed masses”...

Beyond race and social equality issues, this author demands an awakening from every reader.
A PDF is available If someone wants to do a review about this book. Inbox me.

Comment by Olivia Roach 13 hours ago
Check out my review of the Alice in Wonderland retelling by Cameron Jace, Insanity!

Comment by J.L McFadden 14 hours ago

We are having a great giveaway that includes a vegan handmade spoa and matching bathbomb, $15 Amazon Giftcard and a $10 Amazon Giftcard

Comment by Jerome Brooke 15 hours ago

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Comment by Beck Valley Books Blog 23 hours ago

Our Beck Valley Books Review of Who Am I? How My Daughter Taught Me to Let Go and Live Again by Author Megan Cyrulewski​ plus $10 Amazon GC

"Nobody likes to see a marriage break up or a family divided but sadly these things happen and in author Megan Cyrulewski's case this was followed by a long tiresome string of strong intimidation directed at her and her family along with verbal abuse as they went through the process of divorce and a custody case.

You are immediately thrown into the middle of a desperate struggle as soon as you start to read the book between Megan and her ex-husband with their beautiful little girl. Megan then guides you through the traumatic events that had led up to this point since they first met as teenagers.

It became clear in their relationship that things were not going to work out as they had hoped. In Megan's honest and detailed account of their relationship, her life was like walking on egg shells not knowing what to expect next and trying to find the strength to carry on through it. Verbal, mental and financial abuse finally wore her down. Luckily she had the full support of her parents to love, care and protect both her and her daughter.

I do feel that her parents support enabled Megan to find the strength she so needed to get through each battle, along with the strong backing of her attorney. Megan's fight was for the love and safety of their daughter.

My favorite line in the book is the final answer to the question Megan asks herself 'Who Am I?', but you will have to read the book to find that out."

Read more on the #book and book excerpt here....

Comment by Beck Valley Books Blog 23 hours ago

Book Review To Fall in Love Again by David Burnett 'a sensitive and realistic romance' reviews Miki's Hope...

Like "The Handfasting" this is a sensitive and realistic romance which will have you tearing up at several junctures but laughing at others. Families really do cause trouble without meaning to and little children do know what is real!

Drew's wife died--Amy's husband cheated on her then committed suicide (probably). Could love come again-against all odds? Both Drew and Amy felt an instant connection when they met on an airplane and started "dating". Then his world and her hurt conspire to pull them apart. Can they forgive and forget?

Read more of To Fall in Love Again by David Burnett, Author over at

Drew Nelson did not plan to fall in love that morning!

He did not plan to talk with anyone. He did not plan to make a new friend. He resisted all of Amy’s attempts to draw him out− at the hotel, at the airport, on the airplane− giving hurried responses and burying his face in a pile of papers.

But when the flight attendant offered coffee, and a muscle in Amy’s back twitched as she reached for it, and the cup tipped, and the hot liquid puddled in Drew’s lap, then they began to talk!

Earlier in the year, each had lost a spouse of over thirty years. Drew’s wife had died of a brain tumor, Amy’s husband when his small airplane nose-dived to earth, the engine at full throttle − an accident, it was ruled. They live in the same city. Both have grandchildren. They are about the same age. Consciously, or not, they both are looking to love again.

But relationships do not exist in vacuums. Drew is wealthy, and Amy is middle class. Amy is “new” in town – she and her husband moved to Charleston twenty-five years ago – while Drew’s family has lived there for three centuries. Drew lives below Broad, a code word for high society, old families, power, and money. Amy’s home is across the river.

Class warfare may be less violent than it was in the past, but when Drew invites Amy to the St Cecelia Ball, battle lines are drawn.

In a city in which ancestry is important, the ball’s membership is passed from father to son, and only those from the oldest families are members.

Family, friends, co-workers all weigh in on their relationship and choose sides. Allies are found in unexpected places. Opposition comes from among those who were thought to be friends. Though they are gone, even their spouses − through things they have done and things they have said − wield influence in the conflict that follows.

Is Drew is one of them, the rich snobs who despise Amy? Does he truly love her?

Does Amy care for Drew? Can she trust him, or is he simply using her?

As each questions the other’s motives, their feelings for each other are tested.

Do Drew and Amy truly want to fall in love again?

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Marvelous Mondays for Free Books--March 2, 2015

Discover the real Jesus, His inspiring words, and soothing Christian fiction are available in this selection of free Christian books.


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