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UK Book Reviewers and Authors Who Welcome Them

This group is to help UK Book Reviewers and Authors get in touch with each other and to update UK Book Bloggers with various sites / hops / info etc available to them.

Website: http://beckvalleybooks.blogspot.com/p/uk-book-blogger-help.html
Location: United Kingdom
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Latest Activity: 11 hours ago

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Book Reviewers - Show Off Your Book Reviews / Author Interviews Here!! 212 Replies

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Post Your UK Inclusive Book Giveaways Here!! 232 Replies

Add your book giveaways here, both UK only or International x YOU CAN ALSO EMAIL YOUR GIVEAWAYS to jodie at booksforcompany @ gmail dot com to be added to the…Continue

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Authors - Post Your Book Review Requests Here 81 Replies

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Write Reviews on a Brand New Book Club

I just discovered a great new book club hosted by Penguinand Castello Cheese. This month 'Midnight In Peking' by Paul French is featured. I just finished this book and I loved it! This is thefirst book I read by the author and I am hooked.You are…Continue

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Comment by Catherine Crumber yesterday

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 Richard Humphreys yesterday

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Comment by Beck Valley Books Blog on July 18, 2014 at 11:48am

Your invited to our Summer Beach Reading Party!
Come on over, pour yourself a drink, relax and enjoy these great Summer reads......

Authors include Rachelle AyalaEmerald Barnes (Writer)Natasha Brown,Melissa FosterMichele Gorman BooksAmy Manemann - AuthorM.J. Rose,Kathleen ShoopA. R. Silverberry and Ellie Thornton

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


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Comment by Susanne Leist on July 15, 2014 at 6:53pm

Hi,

My name is Susanne Leist. My book, The Dead Game, is a paranormal thriller/mystery with vampires and their derivatives. Readers and reviewers are welcome.

Kindle

http://amzn.to/1lKvMrP

 

Nook

http://bit.ly/1lFdqNj


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Comment by Paul J Fleming on July 10, 2014 at 5:23pm

Hi folks, please drop by my Amazon Author page and click the like button. http://www.amazon.com/author/pauljfleming - If you message me with a link to your own page, I can like in return :-). Thanks.

Secondly I have made the first chapters of my two published titles available for free on my site http://www.pauljfleming.co.uk. Love to hear your feedback.

Regards,
Paul (@TemporalOrbit)


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Comment by Beck Valley Books Blog on July 10, 2014 at 2:48pm

Who says lightning doesn’t strike twice in the same place? LETHAL GREED – the 2nd book in the series by John W. Mefford | Author – launches today!http://amzn.to/1zixXxx

Mefford has created a story some have called a “…toxic thriller. Raw. Gritty. It pushes the limits.

If you have a heart condition, take two aspirin, then read LETHAL GREED. It’s that good. Enjoy!

LETHAL GREED blurb:

How often do start-up companies promise untold riches? How many of those firms are drug cartels?

Seduced by an insatiable urge to escape reality, North Texas teens are falling prey to the one weakness parents fear most about their kids—taking illicit drugs. More than a thousand miles away, two contemptible hooligans plot their path to the top of an emerging start-up company. But what will it cost them?

With his city under siege by a series of drug deaths and a kidnapping, Michael and those closest to him are sucked into a twister so toxic and destructive, no one will be the same in its wake.

From the jagged mountains and alluring beaches of Mexico to the suburban concrete jungle in North Texas, Michael defends an entire drug-ravaged generation against ruthless killers who attack on every front possible. And just when you think the dragon has been sleighed, a vile act of cruelty threatens to shred his family.


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Comment by Beck Valley Books Blog on July 10, 2014 at 2:07pm

'A very moving and emotional read' is how Beck Valley Books felt about The Last Letter by Kathleen Shoop.

'What a book and what an absolute impact it had on me.  A very moving and emotional read and I loved every minute of this wonderful and powerful story.  This is the very first book I have read by Kathleen Shoop, I have read so many positive reviews on her writing skills that I really wanted to read one of her books and after reading the description I knew this was the one.  This story had me hooked, took hold of me and transported me into the story and into the prairie life. I felt all the emotions within it, sadness, joy, loss, grief, anger, frustration, my heart felt as if it was actually about to break as I became completely overwhelmed.

The story follows Jeanie, a caring mother and a duty bound wife. Jeanie had everything, a family to be proud of, social standing and all the money and comforts one would need until the scandal hit and she finds she has to leave everything behind to save her family through no fault of her own. She loyally goes with her husband, Frank, and children to start their new unknown life, to live in a dug out on the wild, harsh and unforgiving prairie. Despite everything Jeanie wants the best for her children and continues to believe in keeping up appearances even when faced with the lack of love and the growing resentment towards Frank. She is determined that they will survive each cruel blow that life and the hard prairie life brings their way. Jeanie will do what needs to be done for her family to survive.

Katherine, eldest daughter of Jeanie is now grown up, married with children of her own and the date is 1905. She has lived almost all of her adult life feeling nothing but anger resentment for her mother Jeanie, because of unanswered questions. Her husband persuades Katherine to now take in her dying mother along with her younger sister, Yale. Along with them comes letters from the past, will these help Katherine finally piece together those tormented events.

Katherine Shoop's writing is superb, your scooped up into the story and the reason I think I felt so emotional was the pure connection the author makes happen between the reader and characters.  I have to admit one of my favourite television programmes while growing up was, well actually still is,  Little House on the Prairie with Joe and Caroline Ingalis, that was the romantic side of living on the prairie what you will find in this book is the tough reality and the way the author describes the events makes it so vivid and totally believable.

I have found another book from reviewing that I will cherish forever, I will read this again without a doubt and am desperately awaiting the next book in the series from this amazing author.'


Finish reading Beck Valley Books review here:
http://beckvalleybooks.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/book-review-last-lett...


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Comment by Richard Humphreys on July 5, 2014 at 3:17pm

Review of House of Silk (Sherlock Holmes) by Horowitz ...  http://rwh92.wordpress.com/2014/07/05/horowitz-a-master-in-sherlock...


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Comment by Richard Humphreys on June 20, 2014 at 1:49pm

My review of the Two Towers ... http://rwh92.wordpress.com/2014/06/20/289/ 


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Comment by Richard Humphreys on May 18, 2014 at 10:12am

Review of James Bond in Live and Let Die ... http://rwh92.wordpress.com/2014/05/18/live-and-let-die/ 

 
 
 

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