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Book Review: Kim Alexander – The Sand Prince (@KimAlexander80)

Princess Hellene had loved Malloy. It didn't matter he was human, that he came from beyond the door. And he had loved her too. Right until the weapon had sealed the door between the two worlds forever. But her young lover had left her something, not only a book written by his own hand, but… Continue reading Book Review: Kim Alexander – The Sand Prince (@KimAlexander80)

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Book review: Alison Morton – Aurelia (@alison_morton)

Ex-Praetorian officer Aurelia Mitela regretted ever thinking she was bored. Following her mother's death, she is forced to take care of matters. But such a life was not becoming of her. When the opportunity to be retrained as an undercover operative is placed before her it is a chance she could not resist. her familial… Continue reading Book review: Alison Morton – Aurelia (@alison_morton)

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How to Twitter, and Hashtags for authors

Someone in a group I am part of asked me for some tips on using Twitter for novices. Now, I am the first to admit that I am a long way from being an expert, however, I am more than happy to share what I know and have learnt. So in this article I will… Continue reading How to Twitter, and Hashtags for authors

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I am going to Miami! #ReadersFavoriteMiami2019

Hi everyone. Those of you who follow me closely on social media will already have seen that on September 1st Darrienia won a silver medal in the Readers' Favorite awards. I am truly grateful and honoured for my writing to be recognised in this way. As part of the award, in November, I am on my… Continue reading I am going to Miami! #ReadersFavoriteMiami2019

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Book review: Isobel Blackthorn – Twerk (@IBlackthorn)

When a regular customer dies in the middle of a VIP dance all hell breaks loose, starting a chain of events of the likes never experienced in the Vegas strip club, Hot Foxies. Lana, part-time law student, part-time stripper, was not working in the night in question, but the sudden disappearance of her mentor and… Continue reading Book review: Isobel Blackthorn – Twerk (@IBlackthorn)

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Book review: Adam Boostrom – Athena’s Choice (@AthenaChoice)

Athena had wanted to be an artist almost all her life. What really cemented the thought in her mind, along with it making her mother happy, was when she saw the truth of what an artist really was, a person who looked upon something and saw not what was there, but the potential for all… Continue reading Book review: Adam Boostrom – Athena’s Choice (@AthenaChoice)

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Book review: M.A. Guglielmo – Summoned (@Aphemia66)

Despite the fact, his grandmother had died when Daniel was 15 she still managed to get a message to him. On that fateful day, he was tasked to save the world. His grandmother had told him many tales, many legends, but the act of summoning a jinn seemed insane. Yet summon her he did. Zahara… Continue reading Book review: M.A. Guglielmo – Summoned (@Aphemia66)

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Book review: Karen Ann Carpenter – Comfortable in Hell (@KACAuthor)

Patsy friend was lovesick, mourning the break up between her and Hans Muff. Her friends infatuation had started long ago, and now she lay around, getting sicker, like a lovesick puppy. But she was not the only one fascinated with this young man. Patsy had lusted after him for so long, ever since seeing the… Continue reading Book review: Karen Ann Carpenter – Comfortable in Hell (@KACAuthor)

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Book review: Jamie A. Waters – To Kill a Fae – The Dragon Portal Book 1 (@jawatersbooks)

Within a city of stone, metal, and dead wood many secrets can be found. Some beneath the twisting sewers, and others a little closer to home. Years ago Sabine was forced to flee her homeland. Taking up residence in the last place any would think to look for her. She became lost amidst the crowd.… Continue reading Book review: Jamie A. Waters – To Kill a Fae – The Dragon Portal Book 1 (@jawatersbooks)

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Book review: Shay Mills – Grimm and Gram (@EricUnknown1 )

When the Grim Reaper comes knocking most people encounter the stages of grief, but what if it was death who offered a bargain? For each life she takes Grimm is willing to extend Phyllis' time for another year. What is an 80-year-old Gran to do? There are so many people whose presence should be scrubbed,… Continue reading Book review: Shay Mills – Grimm and Gram (@EricUnknown1 )