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Comment by Emily-Ann Walsh 12 hours ago

Review Update!

The Dead Days Journal

The Dead Days Journal : Volume 1The Dead Days Journal : Volume 1
By: Sandra R. Campbell
My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

( I received this book free from the author in exchange for my honest review )

3.5 Stars

I'm on the fence about this one. There are a lot of aspects I liked and a lot I didn't. Though it was an interesting read, I'm not sure if I actually liked this book or dislike it. It's hard to put down in words. I believe it's because I went into this book with a different image, (one I gather from the book cover and synopsis), thinking one thing and getting another. In any case it was misleading. (I seem to be getting a lot of those lately)Despite all that, this read did keep my interest.


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Round And Round by Terry Tyler


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Comment by Emily-Ann Walsh on Wednesday


My Writing Progress.

I have finally buckled down and have started properly writing the novel I have been pasting together for over a year now. Pasting as in, writing down ideas here and there, research, timelines, and random character dialogue, sometimes I just get a good convo going,in my head, and I have to get it down before I forget it.

As for the book titile, I haven’t gotten the final name yet. My be I'll do a poll and get you guys to decide, or I'll just stress over it, until I drive myself nuts and close my eyes and, pick.

Last night I was playing in photoshop for book cover ideas, and I ended up staying up a bit too late. Time flies when you’re trying to figure out what font to use.

It's time I make my dream a reality. I will be posting a progress tracker in the side bar on my blog.

Wish me luck!

Dont Judge, Read

Comment by Mk - PopcornReads.com on Tuesday

War of the Wives by Tamar Cohen: Book Review & Giveaway

Two wives and one dead husband – dwoops! Enter to win War of the Wives by Tamar Cohen at http://popcornreads.com/?p=8372.

Comment by Chris Henderson on May 15, 2015 at 2:02pm

Here's an interesting interview with longtime writer Janet Chester Bly who has written numerous books both alone and with her husband. Their writing runs the gamut from Christian devotions to Western Romance and self-help books. They've long been in the spotlight as writers and speakers. Now writing on her own after the recent death of her husband, she's still inspiring and helping others in their craft and giving readers some delightful books to review. Here's the direct link: http://thewritechris.blogspot.com/2015/05/writing-as-team-and-alone...

Comment by Mk - PopcornReads.com on May 14, 2015 at 2:23pm

Dead Wake by Eric Larson: Bestselling Non-Fiction Book Review & Giveaway

Think you know what happened to the Lusitania? Eric Larson’s #1 New York Times bestseller, Dead Wake, reads like a highly suspenseful historical novel even though it’s non-fiction. Enter to win it at http://popcornreads.com/?p=8359.


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Comment by Emily-Ann Walsh on May 8, 2015 at 6:46pm


Review Update! Let it Bleed

Let It Bleed (Lucy Collins #2)Let It Bleed
By: Francis Yamoah
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

( I received this book free from the Author in exchange for my honest review. )

Let’s start with the truth, shall we.

When I first started reading this book, I didn't like it. It didn’t draw me the way it should have and I felt my eyes wonder. I wasn't reading the words so much as I was thinking, this isn't going to be an easy read. It felt choppy and underdeveloped, like uneven stepping stones.

I'm so glad I stumbled through the opening.

As painful as it was to get through those first few paragraphs, when I did I was hit with a much steadier story and solid foundation. Think of it like walking up to a hard looking house. The walk way is hard to navigate, the steps are sketchy and you're sure you’re going to fall through. But it's all for not when you enter the house and it’s simply put, blinding.

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Comment by Emily-Ann Walsh on May 6, 2015 at 12:21pm


Featured Wednesday

Let it Bleed (Lucy Collins #2)

by Francis Yamoah


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Comment by Emily-Ann Walsh on May 5, 2015 at 4:38pm


Request Page Has Been Updated On My Blog!

I've been doing some tinkering and after realizing that the comments are not reliable on my blog, I created a review request form via Google Forms, it's up and running. I did test it, to make sure it works. All is green.


Check it out, and tell me what you think.


Happy Readning


-Emily


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Comment by Emily-Ann Walsh on May 4, 2015 at 9:10pm


Review Update! Five Wounds

Five WoundsFive Wounds
By: Katharine Edgar
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

( I received this book free from the author through Goodreads group {All about YA}[R2R] in exchange for my honest review )

I'm on the fence about this one.

I found the story interesting and a bit fascinating. It flowed very well, and stayed on point, but I'm not raving over it.

Nan, annoyed the hell out of me. For a girl that was raised in a nunnery, she's basically a harlot. Not so much as she slept around, but every damn second, that she came out of that nunnery, she was having crushes left right and center. I don't
even know what to called it.

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