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This is for anyone who has a book blog, loves to read and review books, and anyone who is interested in receiving more books. :)

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Comment by Mk - PopcornReads.com 6 hours ago

The Good Girl by Mary Kubica: A Hitchcock-Style Thriller

Hitchcock would have loved The Good Girl! Find out why I recommend this twisty debut thriller at http://popcornreads.com/?p=7544.


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Comment by Catherine Crumber 9 hours ago

Hello:

I am offering the following to bloggers and reviewers who blog or review about my book during the months of Aug. Sept. & Oct. 2014.

1. Affiliate link which entitles you to 20% of the book sale price that results from you individual link.  Banner sizes are 728 x 90 px or 300 x 250 px

2. Two (2) free e-copies - One to keep and one to give away in a contest.

Title: Elevated, a Tale

Genre: Christian Fiction Romance

Short Description: J and Rachel are opposites trying to stay attracted but circumstances along with the past are threatening to pull them apart.

I look forward to hearing from you! - Catherine info@catherinecrumber.com


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Comment by Catherine Crumber 10 hours ago

Hello: - I am kind of new here. - I am offering an affiliate link for 20% of the book sale for bloggers and reviewers who review or post my banner to their page for the months of Aug. Sept. and Oct. 2014 - I have commercials running on some channels and radio stations so I believe this is an excellent opportunity for bloggers to make money. If interested, message me and I will be in touch.


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Comment by Diane Coto 12 hours ago

#bookreview #historicalfiction - 5 out of 5 * - The Virtues of Oxygen by Susan Schoenberger - http://www.fictionzeal.com/virtues-oxygen-susan-schoenberger/


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Comment by Diane Coto 12 hours ago

Book Blast & #Giveaway: Second Chance Bride by Sandra Edwards - http://www.fictionzeal.com/book-blast-giveaway-second-chance-bride-...


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Comment by Richard Humphreys 13 hours ago

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Comment by Beck Valley Books Blog 13 hours ago

Our Beck Valley Books Book Review - Yefon: The Red Necklace by Sahndra FON DUFE 'The story brings the tribal culture alive'

"Yefon is a young girl that was born into a favoured and highly respected family of the Nso tribe in Cameroon and one of the families that are eligible to bear the heir to the throne. You will come to love and cherish her, she is ambitious, independent and dreams of a life that is far from the traditional role of the tribal women, where boys schooled and girls worked with their bare feet. Even thinking about being anything but a housewife is punishable, you had to master household tasks and had to make your husband proud and happy or face disgrace. Although more of a tomboy than a young girl, she lacks confidence and is continually beaten down, both physically and mentally by the lack of love from her mother who makes her feel more of an outcast than a daughter. Luckily for Yefon she has a close bond with her father who she idolises which comes across warmly to the reader, he has the knowledge that his daughter is set for greater things. On each occasion he has to go away to work he always brings Yefon a treat on his return and one day he brings her a beaded necklace, which a long time ago belonged to the mother of the people. Why is this so important? What will happen to Yefon as she grows? This is where the book really picks up pace and by the end of the book you will find yourself needing book 2 to continue.

I have a fascination of tribal life, learning about their ways and enjoyed reading about the daily life of the tribe, getting an insight of how they lived and thought and how they connected with each other. Sitting round a fire telling stories to each other is heartwarming and sounds like a life miles apart from the world we currently live in where it's all computers, xbox and the like. The story brings the culture alive and tribal words are included here and there in the read, which you gradually get used to although I wish I had known about the Glossary of these terms at the beginning and not when I had reached the end  There are also beautiful drawings of each character at the back of the book and a lovely note from the author.

I was literally glued to the book half way through to the end, following Yefon on her journey, unable to put it down. Seriously you get to the end of the book at a pinnacle moment and I found myself tingling inside to find out more from the author. This book will inspire all women worldwide to allow yourself to meet your true potential and live your dream."

Read all about the book and enter the giveaway here....
http://beckvalleybooks.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/book-review-yefon-red...
#yefon


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Comment by Beck Valley Books Blog 14 hours ago

Summer Beach Reading Party ebook Giveaway - 10 Winners !!#summerreading

Open Worldwide

Enter to win!!

http://beckvalleybooks.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/summer-beach-reading-...

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Comment by Mk - PopcornReads.com yesterday

Dear Daughter by Elizabeth Little: Book Review & Giveaway

Did she really kill her mother or did she just spend 10 years in jail for nothing? Enter to win Dear Daughter, a fiction thriller by non-fiction author Elizabeth Little, at http://popcornreads.com/?p=7540.


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Comment by Diane Coto yesterday

Release Day July 23: Jaded by Michelle Bellon - http://www.fictionzeal.com/release-day-jaded-michelle-bellon/

 
 
 

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