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Comment by Ara on April 1, 2013 at 5:33pm

Author Interview + Giveaway: Jessica Lave

Check out the interview and don't forget to enter the international giveaway. Thanks!

One (1) winner only. The lucky winner will receive Jessica Lave's new book, Quiet on the Set (gift directly from Amazon). Please support and enter the giveaway now. Thank you so much! :)

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Comment by Ara on April 1, 2013 at 5:31pm

Author Interview + Giveaway: Jessica Lave

Check out the interview and don't forget to enter the international giveaway. Thanks!

One (1) winner only. The lucky winner will receive Jessica Lave's new book, Quiet on the Set (gift directly from Amazon). Please support and enter the giveaway now. Thank you so much! :)

Comment by Andres Ochoa on April 1, 2013 at 3:03pm

Greetings everyone,

I just released my first children's interactive book

It is an animal abc book that features animal sounds when each animal is touched, as well as the sounds of letters.

The book's title is: "My Animal ABC's" and is now available on ibooks for the ipad.

Any support or reviews are greatly appreciated, feel free to download a demo or contact me for promo codes for a free full download.

This is my first release and I am still trying to find ways to promote.

Thank you.

Comment by Lorie Ham on April 1, 2013 at 12:06am

In the new issue  of Kings River Life is review of the latest Cat Deluca mystery "Some Like It Hot" by KJ Larsen, a guest post from the 3 sisters who writer as KJ about writing together, & you can enter to win a copy of this Poisoned Pen Press mystery


We also have a review of Marilyn Meredith's latest mystery  "Dangerous Impulses," an interview with Marilyn & a chance to win a copy of the book


And as if that wasn't enough, we have a review of Rhys Bowen's latest Molly Murphy mystery "The Family Way" and you can enter to win a copy of that one too


Over of KRL Lite we have a review of Lucy Arlington's latest Novel Idea mystery, "Every Trick In The Book" & a chance to win a copy of the book


Happy reading,

Lorie Ham

Comment by John Hufft on March 31, 2013 at 10:14pm
Finished my ABC book. One der full interactive book that makes an adult work with their child I learning their ABC's.

Need reviews please. Only 1.99 50 page colorful illustrations and rhyme learning book.

Comment by Ana M Torres on March 31, 2013 at 8:58pm

Hello I am sharing my first newsletter.  I am still new at this so I am getting the hang of it and hope to maeke it more offiical.  :)  AM%20Torres%20April%202013%20Newsletter%201.docx

Comment by Bonnie Zahn Marsh on March 31, 2013 at 8:58pm
You and No Other, by Jane Weiss and Bonnie Zahn, is a truly co-authored memoir - not an "as told to," as the second author. Two mid-life professional women, wives and mothers meet and establish a deep friendship, which - to their utter amazement - turned into a deep love for one another. They decided they must be together, and the remainder of the book deals with the fallout with children, family, friends, and professional colleagues that ensued. It's a story of love, conflict and redemption. Readers have consistently said they "couldn't put it down." You can read more about the book at
And Amazon will be doing a free download of the book from April 3-7, 2013. Check it out, won't you?

Comment by don love on March 31, 2013 at 8:01pm

I recently wrote my first childrens' eBook and could use reviews. It is about a boy and his granny who start a business and need to defend themselves against robbers. They receive unexpected help. Larry Swirlyberry  the link

This is a great read with your children 

Comment by Richard Porter on March 31, 2013 at 12:27am

What's All The Fuss About The Elected Pope Chapter One


I am one of the cardinals at the Vatican. I want to thank everybody during this most troubled times. We have elected a replacement for our retired Pope. This was no easy task, as the world knows.  We pray and think very hard before we vote for a candidate to become our next leader.
I want all of you Catholics around the world to join hands and praise and pray for our brand new Pope. I know there's been a lot said that we might have been racist in our choice. However, we let a man of Spanish descent lead our church. We are modern Catholic Cardinals. There is no such thing as racism in the Vatican whatsoever. I want to make that perfectly clear.
Of course, we could have chosen another great Italian, because we know they make wonderful Popes and Archbishops. But at this time, we thought it was necessary to show the world that we are godly people. And that being said, we voted with our hearts and our minds set on bringing the next person that's the closest to Jesus.
Now I know it may be hard for Catholics to understand. That's why I was asked to present my side of the case as it may be. Never in the history of the Catholic religion has there been a man of color chosen to lead us. We all stand behind the new Pope 150%. And I challenge anyone to find fault with our wonderful decision.
I am not allowed to reveal to you or anyone else the amount of votes that he received, as you already know. All 120 cardinals in the Vatican were allowed to cast their vote for the best candidate to sit right there next to Jesus, and that is what we have accomplished.
I am asking each and every Catholic throughout the world. Dig deep in your bank account and donate $100. Send it directly to the Vatican to support our new Pope. And we will not accept no for an answer. As you know, we have several charities to help the poor throughout the world. Without your support we cannot continue these wonderful programs.
In fact, I've been to several countries myself as a representative of the Vatican. And what I've seen is heartbreaking.  Those little blacks in Africa have to starve to death, while I can hardly look out my limo window because I felt so bad.
I know our new Pope has a special place in his heart for some of the downtrodden in Mexico, and in New York City.
We have scheduled a tour of the world for the new Pope. He will be on the left bank on sabbatical for six months after a humongous campaign. He has to regain his strength, I want all you good Catholics to pray for him.
Once that six months leave has been completed, he will go to Paris for one week and he speaks fluent French. So I know all of you French Catholics will receive a blessing. Once he leaves Paris, he will get on the Vatican's 747 and fly to New York City. There he will stand on top of the Empire State building and bless the entire city with one hand.
That's the type of Pope we have elected. He'll stay at the Hilton after a glorious weekend of prayer and blessing in New York City. He will then venture to Las Vegas. Now I know you're wondering, why would the Pope want to go to Las Vegas? We have some of the worst heathens in all creation down there.
Now I'm not supposed to tell you this, but the Pope will go to Las Vegas undercover. He will check to see if these criminals are cheating our good Catholics.
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