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Book review: A Not So Immaculate Conception – Crystal Estell (@EstellsPlace)

Lacey had a ten-year plan. She was on track, prioritising work, focusing on blueprints, and most importantly, pushing aside her personal life to ensure she got the contract of a lifetime. All was on track until words from an elderly woman set her on edge. Lacey knew she couldn't be pregnant. She hadn't had sex for… Continue reading Book review: A Not So Immaculate Conception – Crystal Estell (@EstellsPlace)

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Book Review: Whispers from the Depths -C.W. Briar (@CW_Briar )

Betka had been branded at a young age, her markings present for all to see. While men tore her elder sister, Tonsa, away, she was allowed a precious few years to remain with her father before being forced into servitude. Her Whisperer Voice condemned her to a life of service, and to hurt another was… Continue reading Book Review: Whispers from the Depths -C.W. Briar (@CW_Briar )

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Book review: Moon Deeds – Palmer Pickering (@PalmerPickerin1)

Cassidy had heard the music from the stars for a long time; even though the Shaman's Shield, she could still sometimes hear their song. There had been a time when her twin brother, Torr, had once recited the message, but the words had long been muted, and the true melody was forgotten. Her mind was… Continue reading Book review: Moon Deeds – Palmer Pickering (@PalmerPickerin1)

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Book review: System programmer – Jean-Philippe Janssens

Joshua was ready to move on. He had said his final goodbyes to his loved ones through their dreams and was ready for what came next. He embraced the darkness, and yet something seemed wrong. Surely there was more to eternity than a dark and empty room. Then everything changed. But it was not the… Continue reading Book review: System programmer – Jean-Philippe Janssens

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Book review Standing on a Whale – B.J. Tiernan (@standingwhale1 )

Lance was content to end his life. He had lived and suffered enough. It was on his birthday he decided to finally put thought to action. Or that had been his intention. Then his path crossed with Hayden's, A mystic whose views and lectures on the world were so inspired that those in power had… Continue reading Book review Standing on a Whale – B.J. Tiernan (@standingwhale1 )

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Book review: Pandora Syndrome – April Wahlin (@aprilwahlin)

Pandora died on the day she was born. She had been out celebrating her twenty-first birthday with her brother and best friend. Unfortunately, she had been separated from them. But the last day of her life became the beginning of a new and possibly eternal chapter. There was more to her death than a random… Continue reading Book review: Pandora Syndrome – April Wahlin (@aprilwahlin)

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Book Review: Blood Relic – Lucretia Stanhope @DianaS58

Alice had been clear. She did not want to be used by the PPK's military. She detested the part of herself capable of killing. She would not be their killer. But when witches started showing up, used and tossed aside, something had to be done. There was talk of an ancient magic, blood relics, and… Continue reading Book Review: Blood Relic – Lucretia Stanhope @DianaS58

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Marketing: Building a Customer Profile – Part Two – Behaviour

  In my previous article we began to put together a customer profile of your reader based on demographic, that is to say, location, age, and gender. But as an author you know such basic information is only the first part in character creation. To continue to build a profile of our customer we next… Continue reading Marketing: Building a Customer Profile – Part Two – Behaviour

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How many books have you read today?

Hi everyone. Anyone who follows me will have just seen a large influx of book reviews. Sadly, I haven't conjured a small pocket dimension where I can sit and read while no time passes in the real world. I am still working on it though. As a Readers' Favorite reviewer, I am often given ARC… Continue reading How many books have you read today?

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Top book review blogs 2019

Greetings everyone. Awesome news. My blog, K.J's Athenaeum, is included in the 2019 top review blogs! I am truly honoured to be included in this list. As you may know, I am never without a book in hand, and a majority of the time these are books published by indie authors. I always work hard… Continue reading Top book review blogs 2019