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Book review: Dewey B Reynold – Stuart Duffelmeyer and the Masters of Plagues

Stuart Duffelmeyer wasn't dissatisfied with his life. He had found his calling and was about to graduate NYU with his veterinary medicine diploma. It was an event he had eagerly awaited, until a cruel and hurtful prank ensure he wouldn't be able to show his face at his own graduation. He swore vengeance, and his… Continue reading Book review: Dewey B Reynold – Stuart Duffelmeyer and the Masters of Plagues

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Book Review: Mollie Player – Fights you’ll have after having a baby (@MolliePlayer)

I don't normally post reviews for non-fiction books on my blog, but I enjoyed this one so much I thought I would make an exception. Fights You'll Have After Having a Baby, addresses issues most parents don't consider when bringing a child into the world, the impact and change this bundle of joy will have… Continue reading Book Review: Mollie Player – Fights you’ll have after having a baby (@MolliePlayer)

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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: C.A. King From Alice to Malice (@PortalProphecy)

Alice was running. She had to escape, to be free. But little did she know that even freedom has its price. Her desperate retreat sends her spiralling down a rabbit hole, a large seasonal sink hole known to open this time of year. Nothing is as it should be in this world. Everything is opposite… Continue reading Book review: C.A. King From Alice to Malice (@PortalProphecy)

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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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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 one. #ReadersFavoriteMiami2019

Good morning everyone. I hope you are well. As you may know, yesterday (Wednesday) I flew out to Miami in preparation for the Readers' Favorite award ceremony. It has been over ten years since I was last on an aeroplane, and going alone made me quite nervous. I have to say, things have changed since… Continue reading Miami, day one. #ReadersFavoriteMiami2019

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Book review: Laura Diaz De Arce – Monstrosity: Tales Of Transformation (@QuetaAuthor )

Monstrosity is a collection of short stories by Laura Diaz De Arce. The general theme is one of transformation/ metamorphosis /change, be it physically or emotionally. I enjoyed each one of these stories, all of which highlight the author's own diversity. From swamps to space, the settings and stakes are varied. I don't often read… Continue reading Book review: Laura Diaz De Arce – Monstrosity: Tales Of Transformation (@QuetaAuthor )

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Book review: Michael C. Sahd – The Unfettered Child (@MichaelCSahd)

Orin had risked everything, his position as chief, the respect of his peers, even the favour of the spirits when he returned with a healer to save the life of his wife and unborn child. The task had seemed impossible, and a stillbirth had devastated him. He begged, pleaded, for Samara to do something, and… Continue reading Book review: Michael C. Sahd – The Unfettered Child (@MichaelCSahd)

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Book review: Cassandra George Sturges- Pretty Blue Ball

Pretty Blue Ball is the first book in Cassandra George Sturges’ Jungle Beauty Goddesses series. To celebrate their seven millionth birthdays, the septuplets, Sahara, Kalahari, Qattara, Namib, Sinai, Chalbi, and Afar were to be gifted with a planet ball, so they may develop and nurture their own planet. It was an exciting time for the… Continue reading Book review: Cassandra George Sturges- Pretty Blue Ball