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Miami, final day, part two, award ceremony #ReadersFavoriteMiami2019

So here it is, the moment you've all been waiting for, or at least the one I'd been waiting for since first discovering I had won such a respected award. Saturday evening marked the close of my time in Miami, and what better way to finish the holiday than with an epic award ceremony? I… Continue reading Miami, final day, part two, award ceremony #ReadersFavoriteMiami2019

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Book review: Sharon C Williams – Jasper, Amazon Parrot (@NewEngland_Muse)

Newly hatched Jasper has a lot to learn. The world inside the nest is so big at first, but as he grows he and his younger brother discover there is so much more adventure to the world. With their new friend Charlie, the spider monkey, exploration and new adventures are never far behind. A Rainforest… Continue reading Book review: Sharon C Williams – Jasper, Amazon Parrot (@NewEngland_Muse)

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Book review: Sean Robins – The Crimson Deathbringer (@seanrobins300)

Jim Henderson had thought having the leader of the resistance bleeding to death on his sofa, was bad news. It was an act that carried with it a death penalty, but he soon finds there is more to worry about than the wrath of a petty man who controls the world. An invasion is coming… Continue reading Book review: Sean Robins – The Crimson Deathbringer (@seanrobins300)

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Miami, Day Four, final day part one, bookfair. #ReadersFavoriteMiami2019 (@lisavproulx @MichaelGerhart5)

Wow, if I had only one word, to sum up, today it would be epic. The day started with a group of authors meeting in the lobby ready for the bookfair. It was a brilliant opportunity to talk to people about their work Once the bus arrived we were off to the bookfair. The early… Continue reading Miami, Day Four, final day part one, bookfair. #ReadersFavoriteMiami2019 (@lisavproulx @MichaelGerhart5)

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Amazing authors I’ve met at #ReadersFavoriteMiami2019 (@linneatanner) (@tjwolfauthor )(@MichaelGerhart5 ) (@SilverfireKS)(@LisaVProulx) (@MilanSergent)

It is Sunday now, and I am still filled with energy from yesterday's events. While sitting in the airport I thought I would write a quick post telling you about some of the amazing people I have met. Saturday was the big day for all of us here, starting with the bookfair and finishing with… Continue reading Amazing authors I’ve met at #ReadersFavoriteMiami2019 (@linneatanner) (@tjwolfauthor )(@MichaelGerhart5 ) (@SilverfireKS)(@LisaVProulx) (@MilanSergent)

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Miami, day three #ReadersFavoriteMiami2019

Hi everyone, I hope you're doing well. Friday was a busy day, I started the day with another delicious breakfast Then it was off to Miami beach. I was a little bit nervous about this trip since the T-mobile sim I picked up here has run out of data. I tried to top it up,… Continue reading Miami, day three #ReadersFavoriteMiami2019

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Miami, day 2 #ReadersFavoriteMiami2019

Good evening everyone. Well, it is day 2 here for me in Miami. After an early morning swim and an amazing breakfast (yep that is real cinnamon toast!), I took the Shuttle bus to the Dolphin Mall. Wow, that place is enormous. Living in Staffordshire, I would have to say it eclipses the potteries (Intu… Continue reading Miami, day 2 #ReadersFavoriteMiami2019

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Book review: Anita Dickason – Not Dead (@anita_dickason)

When four year old Mandy Norton is abducted from her own back yard, Chad Bishop springs into action. A big city cop in a small town knows just the moves to play, unfortunately, so too does the new editor of the Tribune. Butting heads over the disappearance Chad learns a horrific truth, this feisty reporter… Continue reading Book review: Anita Dickason – Not Dead (@anita_dickason)

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Book review: Debbie De Louise – Sea Scope (@Deblibrarian)

Sarah had known there was trouble in her marriage for a long time. Even before the devastation she faced on finding out her brother had died. It stemmed from the fact that, for some unknown reason, she and her husband were unable to conceive and he was not open to any alternative. When an invitation… Continue reading Book review: Debbie De Louise – Sea Scope (@Deblibrarian)

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Book review: JD Stanley – The Seer (@jdstanleywrites)

The rule of the Red King, Barry, has driven the people of Edenshire, to the brink of devastation. Even the Seer can divine only destruction before them, and it is a path he himself had brought to pass. He had ended King Manfred's reign by his own hand, and ensured Manfred's daughter, Brigit, became his ward,… Continue reading Book review: JD Stanley – The Seer (@jdstanleywrites)