Archway to Acknowledgement


Archway to Acknowledgement

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Kindle or 50.00 Gift Card to Best buy or Amazon!

**THE BIGGEST GIVEAWAY YET!** Here it is! It's no secret that authors need reviews (as well as likes). I have a goal of obtaining 200 reviews in 2 weeks in preparation for my pitch to a few big wig…Continue

Started by KB Lever Jan 4, 2013.

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Comment by Fuentes on April 1, 2013 at 10:06am


This first volume gives a very sleek read. The texts are discreet and leave room for graphics. The drawings pictured all the characters' emotions and manage to recreate the harshness of life in the Wild West. As for warm and bright colors, they allow to bring modernity and also enhance landscapes gigantic.

This is a beautiful volume that makes you want to continue the adventures of John Reid.

Of course the fact that a movie with Armie Hammer, in the role of hero, and Johnny Depp, in the role of the Indian, is coming this summer will help reading or rereading the comics.


Comment by Fuentes on February 25, 2013 at 11:33am


A beautiful journey into the heart of New Orleans with suspense, romance and murders.

This could be a simple thriller with an interesting plot but Heather Graham added some touches of superstition and supernatural. A pinch of voodoo from the Bayou, a near-death experience and Satanists ritual. No zombies, no vampires but inexplicable events and sensations. The atmosphere is delightfully plausible since the lust for power is a reasonable motif for murders.
A great thriller!


Comment by Fuentes on February 13, 2013 at 5:50pm


A good thriller for Valentine's Day!

A killer obsessed with the only woman who ever loved him. As a thanks, he sends Katherine corpses as proof of his devotion and love. 
It's a morbid delightful tale!


Comment by The Book Outline on February 7, 2013 at 11:12am
River of Smoke begins with a raging sea cyclone in 1838 and with three ships that were caught in it: the Ibis - that had started its voyage in the Sea of Poppies carrying a cargo of convicts and coolies, the Anahita - owned by the wealthy merchant Bahram Modi, which holds the largest consignment of opium ever to leave India, and the Redruth - carrying Frederick Penrose, a horticulturist determined to track down China’s rare and priceless plants. The three stories of the three ships sail in parallel in the River of Smoke before converging at Canton crisscrossing each other unexpectedly in fascinating ways in the middle of political events that had culminated into the First Opium War.

Read the complete review of River of Smoke at
Comment by Fuentes on February 6, 2013 at 5:07pm


This book is a beauty, a marvel ... Emotions are intense, extremes. The author speaks of death, loss, hopelessness and it hits you in the heart. It is so tragic that it's beautiful. It's so beautiful, it hurts. 
A must read!


Comment by Fuentes on January 27, 2013 at 6:33am


The plot is powerful and tragic. Words are inventive. Emotions are striking. The characters are intriguing with all their secrets. But I was swept off my feet by the rightness of the different reactions and emotions. The mix of vulnerability and strength that echoes the reality of every human being and that the author has been very successfully transcribe.


Comment by The Book Outline on January 27, 2013 at 4:06am

Luka is a twelve year old boy who loves playing video games. He is worried about his left-handedness in an essentially familiar right-handed world and secretly envies his older brother Haroun, whose adventures have turned into family legend. Stop here. Because now you need to shift yourself from the land of ordinary and adjust in a minutely imagined landscape of the extraordinary packed with riddling demons and benevolent wonderland styled creatures. Welcome to the sequel of Haroun and the Sea of Stories.

Read the review of Luka and the Fire of Life at

Comment by The Book Outline on January 20, 2013 at 12:52am

Unlike India very few countries can boast of so many interesting places to travel. In Kunzum Travel List 1 -25, the author Ajay Jain presents a miniature glimpse of that Incredible India. The book itself is the first of the two volumes of Kunzum Travel List and is a compilation of twenty five travel ideas that cover locations across Himachal Pradesh, Ladakh, Kashmir, Tours on Toy trains and Rajasthan.

Read the review of Kunzum Travel List 1-25 at

Comment by Fuentes on January 14, 2013 at 3:18am


As usual Tiffany Reisz surprised and amazed me when she gave me a completely different story from what I expected. 
Words are raw, the scenes risquées, but always captivating. The story is stressful, frustrating, moving, heartbreaking. It is impossible not to react to the words and emotions spread on paper.


Comment by KB Lever on January 4, 2013 at 1:49pm
**THE BIGGEST GIVEAWAY YET!** Here it is! It's no secret that authors need reviews (as well as likes). I have a goal of obtaining 200 reviews in 2 weeks in preparation for my pitch to a few big wig publishers! YIKES! I believe that we can do it! If you help me reach my goal, I'll give away a KINDLE from Best buy! If we fall short of 200, I'll still giveaway a $50.00 giftcard (to your choice Best buy or Amazon) The winner can also elect to get the gift card instead of the KINDLE (in case you already have one).

Drawing will be on Feb. 1st (I will quit sending out PDF's on the 17th but you can still "pay to play" by buying the kindle, nook, paperback and submit a review by the 1st)

Here are the rules!
Email me at to obtain a PDF file of Manipulating the List (or you're welcome to buy it to support me - or Once you've completed reading it - go to AND (must go to both!) and leave an honest review! Once you've left your reviews send me a new email that says 1) your name 2) your reviewer name on the sites. Then keep an eye on to make sure the NOTE (KINDLE GIVEAWAY) has your information to show that you have entered! Winner will be emailed as well. Thanks and Good Luck!

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