A new review of Freedom Crossing by Margaret Goff Clark is up on Fairday’s Blog! Stop by and read about the Underground Railroad and one young boy’s effort to escape to freedom. This is a historical fiction novel you will not want to miss!
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Born Wicked Review up now at http://hookedinabook.blogspot.com/
Read the book?? Lets hear your thoughts!…Continue
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Title: It’s A God Thing!
Author: Larry Baker & Becky Lyles
Publisher: Perpedit Ink
Note: I received a complimentary copy from the author for an honest review and opinion.
Lately it seems that I have read a lot of…Continue
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What do Queen Elizabeth and botox have in common? DEATHLY PALE - is the second post in "A Short History of Makeup." http://graceelliot-author.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/deathly-pale-short-history-of-makeup.html
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This week my 4th Amish book is releasing, A Promise for Miriam.
So the most frequest…Continue
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GUEST POST WITH AUTHOR JOLENE PERRY, "KNEE DEEP"
Sometimes a story is more personal than you expect it to be.
I read an article in an online newspaper that talked about the YA books coming out that year which dealt with abusive relationships.
I'd part mapped one out a while back, and thought maybe I'd work on it - all evidence that the market had just gotten…
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There is a lot of originality in this dark tale. Burrell writes very well, and with a great deal of invention. I can only find any significant fault any in the concentration demanded of the reader. A little more description of each character on first appearance, or an index of characters profiles and key locations, would have helped me. My poor memory, alongside my tendency to skim read, are certainly much of my problem and so I really don't wish to labour the…Continue
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In this new, best-selling, periodical short story series from Trestle Press, a man on the brink of self-destruction is given the opportunity to start over.
Part 8 of 10.
The women of Karsten Field know their loopholes very well. Allan is presented with the…Continue
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Book Review: A Contented Mind by Samantha Hoffman. This is a hauntingly beautiful love story that will stay with you long after the last page has been read.Continue
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Today I welcom Kim Baccellia, the author of Crossed Out and Earrings of Ixtumea!!!
Thanks Jan for having me on your blog for The Summer Teen Reading party!
Kim is giving away a $10 Amazon gift card AND an awesome Swag Bag!!! Swag bag includes a free ebook of your choice, bookmarks, tatoos, a $15…Continue
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I am slowly learning my way around new avenues of the internet That I never searched until now. I have my blog here at Book Blogs and have had a very warm welcome. Thank You to all of you, I am sure to ask many more questions. I have now added to my already mounding plate of things to do another blog. This blog is called Wags 4 Giggles & Books with Bite. you can view it by going to wags4giggles.blogspot.com This blog will have a wide variety of posts. It will feature as a blog associated…Continue
As a kid my brother had a cherubic face and following puberty this became horrifically deceiving because right below it was a muscular physique with considerable upper body strength and a ‘take no shit from anybody’ attitude.
He has become a wonderful family man who has cut all ties with his past and prefers it be forgotten. I respect his wishes, but only to a certain extent. Meaning, I’ll still tell the story but change the name.
I considered referring to him as Hercules after…Continue
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The votes have been tallied and the winner for JUNES Book Club Read is
The Selection By: Kiera Cass…
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Later on today @ 8.30PM EST I will have a panel of authors today revolving around Fantasy-Horror- and Graphic Novels. Below is the list of guests, the link for the show, and the websites you can find them:
The link to today’s show: …Continue
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The Kindle Daily Nation sponsorship for DEGENERATES yielded okay results. I was hoping for a few more sales than I actually made, but at least the exposure was good. It caused several dozen more hits on my blog than usual and I have now surpassed the 170,000 hit mark. That’s a lot of hits, but even with that I didn’t reach my total sales goals for the month. Though I did have enough that I’m pretty satisfied a momentum will build over time. I’ve also discovered that posting on Amazon.com…Continue
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Following the tradition of Pickwick Papers (Charles Dickens) and Anne of Green Gables (L.M. Montgomery), Amish Friends Knitting Circle is a continuing story, broken down into 8 parts. If you liked receiving the installments of the best-selling, Amish Knitting Circle Series, (the prequel to…Continue
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