Monthly Archives: May 2014

My Review of The Amish Bloodsuckers Trilogy by Barbara Brink

Originally posted on sebgwrites:
? I have once again succumbed to my weakness for books in a series.  I have always been a voracious reader, so sometimes a single book seems like just an opening for a larger story.  I…

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Welcome Carmilla Voiez – Let’s Talk Starblood!

Originally posted on Official Site of Alex Laybourne – Author:
? Starblood Trilogy Blog Tour ? Carmilla Voiez is a pioneer in horror writing. Her visceral and violent no-holds-barred descriptions of magic, sex, demons and obsession might remind some readers…

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Serendipity, maybe By Mariana Llanos

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
? It is funny how things happen at times. Have you ever felt like someone from above is sending you a sign? Or maybe that an ancestor is sending vibes…

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The Indie Author Manifesto

Originally posted on Indie Hero:
Indie Authors. Each and every one of us should post this on our websites, blogs, etc. THE INDIE AUTHOR MANIFESTO by Mark Coker @ Smashwords: ? THE INDIE AUTHOR MANIFESTOWe indie authors believe all writers…

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Kim’s Guest Dueling Review of Once Upon A Billionaire (The Billionaire Boys Club #4) by Jessica Clare

Originally posted on Reflections of a Book Addict:
I hope you love the dueling reviews that my reading bestie Kelly (from Reading With Analysis) and I write, because we have a brand new one for you. It’s on the fourth…

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New review for Through the Gloaming.

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The Writer I Am, And The Writer I Want To Be (sort of)

Originally posted on Tara Sparling writes:
Embed from Getty Images This is how most people think writers write Lorna Sixsmith, writer of Would You Marry A Farmer? and blogger/chief over at Irish Farmerette, very kindly asked me to carry the baton on a…

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The Owl of the Sipan Lord

Martin and Clare Montgomery worked as an archaeological team until Martin’s accidental death at a dig they were working on in Peru. Clare swore she’d never go back, but after having a dream about the dig that didn’t add up … Continue reading

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