Number One Novels is having a book Giveaway from author, A.M. Dellamonica. The book is called Indigo Springs. Please go to the website to enter in this wonderful drawing. Just copy and paste the following link to your address bar.
I have been an avid reader since childhood and lately I have had a lot more time to devote to my passion for books. I am a freelance writer and book reviewer and this will be my first book blog. Now, all I need is a title...
I would love to have suggestions for good titles for my blog. Feel free to leave me a comment about what you think a good title is all about...
I subscribe to tons of book blogs with everything from simple and elegant titles to elaborate and cunning… Continue
Added by Debbie Lester on November 30, 2009 at 12:04pm —
I'm pleased and delighted that, through one of the various dog rescue networks I belong to, 'Tilly's Tale' has just been featured with a delightful 'doggie' write up at http://sammystory.net/ I hope everyone will take a look at the wonderful way her story has been presented. Big thanks to Tilly's American friend 'Sammy'.
Tilly's Tale is available from the following sources:…
Here is the first part of Chapter 1 of Midnight Reflections
Lyle Brooks liked jogging late at night when everyone else was home watching TV or getting ready for bed. It was so much quieter than during the day and he found it peaceful. Tonight, the only sound to break the silence was the rhythmic noise of his feet pounding on the stone path. The air seemed fresher, crisper in the darkness, and it always relaxed him. Even after the most stressful of days, jogging still… Continue
A fresh, imaginative retelling of a classic fairy tale, this is how most reviews lead off, but this lead falls short of what a fantastic, modern tale of resilience, growth, loss and love this is. In the classic tale, Cinderella is… Continue
Added by LaTonya on November 29, 2009 at 2:35pm —
Community news: We have lots of winners to announce. In order to simplify my life and hopefully to increase your participation, at the end of each month I'll post a single listing of monthly winners. We exist to support writers and that means among other things, reading and reviewing their work. We provide ample opportunity for you to acquire books. If you haven't been participating in our giveaways, the quizzes or memes, I strongly encourage you to do so. Winning is as simple as commenting or… Continue
Added by LaTonya on November 29, 2009 at 12:25pm —
When first released in March of 1999, "The Matrix" of Wachowski brothers, immediately gave rise to multitude of philosophical interpretations. While majority of viewers watched it for stunning and violent action, critics and film makers - for editing, sound and visual effects (it received three Oscars), the philosophers noticed the non-trivial references to various schools of thought from Buddhism, through cartesianism, to existentialism and postmodernism.
Angel of Windword got a 5 Bookmark review from Mind Fog Reviews:
“Angel of Windword” by Maggie Dove keeps you enthralled every minute with the twists and turns provided by her writings. Set in the late 1800s and early 1900s Angelique discovers her true love after many trials and tribulations some of which you would never expect to happen. Ms. Dove’s descriptions and conversations are not boorish to say the least. The… Continue
Added by Maggie Dove on November 28, 2009 at 12:43pm —
Earlier this year I read George Polley’s ‘Grandfather & The Raven’. Tonight I have read his ‘The Old Man & The Monkey’. There is one thing I have learnt about George’s books – that when you sit down to read them, you needn’t stop until they end, and probably that you cannot stop until they end either.
At one level, the two books have a similar theme – they are about an old man in Japan befriending an animal – a monkey in the… Continue
Added by Tim Roux on November 28, 2009 at 2:21am —
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Quincie Morris has never felt more alone. Her parents are dead, and her hybrid-werewolf first love is threatening to embark on a rite of passage that will separate them forever. Then, as she and her uncle are about to unveil their hot…
I have learned much through my journey, I have learned through group, individual, and within my own inner soul if a relationship is unhealthy "get out". That does not include just an intimate relationship, it includes all. Even a father, mother, step mother, cousins, friends, any one who is controlling, manipulative, mentally or physically abusive or who has harmed me or others in the past are unhealthy relationships. It is OK to NOT be a part of someone's life due to their behavior.......it is… Continue
Added by JL Vallee on November 27, 2009 at 6:40pm —
I am a zombie.
I feel nothing; almost dead inside.
But I feel just enough to know the human in me is still there.
I cry and I feel; why can I not project myself to others?
I feel deeper than most……
Trauma is hard to describe to those who know of none.
I trust no one for they maybe the enemy; one who would hurt me.
I am a zombie.
My brain feels like someone has shook me hard; a big jolt.
A numbness of sorts;
I hear… Continue
Added by JL Vallee on November 27, 2009 at 6:39pm —
As I read this writers story, it brought back a lot of memories from my 1st marriage, which I am no longer in. I could see the crazy feelings this writer was feeling, I could definetly relate to her story. Excellent book to help you discover that there is way out and to keep believing in yourself; as you do have the strength to survive. Great Book! Thank you! Bobbie Pero
This is a great example of how difficult a toxic relationship can be while experiencing… Continue
Added by JL Vallee on November 27, 2009 at 6:36pm —