Author Interview with Thomas G Morgan | Author Q & A

Author Interview with Thomas G Morgan | Author Q & A Q: Quote from your Book | Favorite Quote  - "The dumbass illusion from bourgeois enlightenment that religion and sexual morality is fleeting superstition requires an abjuring ignorance of the loyalties,...

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Book Review Living Under a “Rock”: “The Red House”

Book Review Living Under a "Rock": "The Red House" Emotions, Emotions, Emotions.... Living Under a Rock is a Memoir of the Author Shannon Hannan's childhood that took place in "The Red House".  Shannon was able to keep my engaged in the book, at moments it felt like I...

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Come Rain or Come Shine Book Review

Come Rain or Come Shine Book Review #1 New York Times-bestselling author Jan Karon returns--with the Mitford wedding readers have been waiting for. Thank you Penguin for the opportunity to read an advanced copy of Come Rain or Come Shine.  As the saga comes to an end...

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Tales from Christmas Wood – Book Review

Tales from Christmas Wood - Book Review 32 pages long this book will help kids discover the real meaning of Christmas.  Tales from Christmas Wood is six stories in one. The story is about the town of Christmas Wood and the animals who reside. Each of the stories tell...

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Postcards from a War – Book Review

Postcards from a War - Book Review I would like to thank Vanita Books for allowing me an ARC of this book via Netgalley for an open and honest review. As we all know War is a hard subject for young and old.  When my husband deployed I tried to find books that would...

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Food, Genes, and Culture – Book Review

Food, Genes, and Culture - Book Review Vegan, low fat, low carb, slow carb: Every diet seems to promise a one-size-fits-all solution to health. But they ignore the diversity of human genes and how they interact with what we eat. I would like to thank Island Press for...

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Horror and dark fantasy author Frank Cavallo’s

Eye of the Storm is a new Dark Fantasy / Sword & Sorcery novel by Frank Cavallo It is recommended for fans of Edgar Rice Burroughs, Karl Edward Wagner and Robert E. Howard. “It's a story about two people from Earth trapped in a parallel world that is sort of a...

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Dixon Hearne Author Interview

Author Interview | Author Q & A with Dixon Hearne Q: As a child, what did you want to do when you grew up? A:I had a wonderful elementary school experience, which left me with a desire to become a teacher. I did just that -- teaching K-12 and later as an academic...

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A New Song (Mitford Years) Author – Jan Karon Book Review

A New Song (Mitford Years) Author – Jan Karon The fifth novel in the Mitford series, by the bestselling author of At Home in Mitford and Somebody Safe with Somebody Good  In A New Song, Mitford's longtime Episcopal priest, Father Tim, retires. However, new challenges...

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Book Trailer The Legend of Bob Wire

Book Trailer for children's book series, age 4-12. The Legend and Adventures of Bob Wire The Legend and Adventures of Bob Wire is a collection of stories passed down from generations of ranchers, oilfield roughnecks, and boot and saddle makers. These stories along...

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New noir crime thriller The Gay Detective

The Gay Detective: Nick and Norm in Chicago “[A] winning debut novel” -Kirkus Reviews Key West, FL – Author, actor and TV producer Kenneth D. Michaels releases his noir crime thriller, The Gay Detective. When Nick Scott premiers his TV talk show, The Gay Detective, he...

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Book Trailer by Volker Fremuth Author of The Workshop

The Workshop - Book trailer Jason Pelham is a senior manager whose talents propel him toward the top of the food chain of one of the largest corporations in the world; but with his ascension he becomes aware of the corruption and predation that inherently seems to...

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New Author Interviews & Biographies

New Author Interviews & Biographies A collection of interviews with debut and established authors and writers. These authors discuss finding their literary agents and getting debuts published. Biographies and interviews for authors and illustrators. Author...

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The Acupuncture Points Functions Colouring Book

“The Acupuncture Points Functions Colouring Book” For students or those curious about acupuncture, “The Acupuncture Points Functions Colouring Book” simplifies the study while adding a simple and fun layer of interaction in the forms of doodling and coloring. The book...

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The Blood & Roses Series Box Set Review

“The Blood & Roses Series Box Set” Author Caris Roane - Book review A must-read for all paranormal romance lovers... “The Blood & Roses Series Box Set” encompasses the entire “Blood and Roses” series in one box set. Without spoiling anything, the series dives...

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New psychological thriller The R-Word

A psychological thriller with extraordinary depth ▪ Robert B. Lowe, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and author of Project Moses, Divine Fury and Megan’s Cure CAMBRIDGE – From the darkest of places, comes a story of healing and hope. In his debut novel, The R-Word,...

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New sci-fi thriller Return of the Fathers

New Sci-Fi Thriller: Return of the Fathers Ghana, Africa- Author Trevor Watson releases his new sci-fi novel after ten years in development, Return of the Fathers Dandalus is the saviour of earth 57 and the most famous man on the planet. However, when he is abducted...

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Book Review Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas by Natasha Yim

“Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas” written by Natasha Yim and illustrated by Grace Zong I love this picture book! Natasha Yim introduces the Chinese New Year to young readers by retelling a classic for children “Goldilocks and the Three Bears". This is a MUST HAVE for...

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Book Review Just As Special by 3Evoke

Powerful Message, Great Book that give good life lessons and can even make you realize that your Just As Special. Boy is sad because his dad is not around, asking his mom "Why don't I have a dad to play with like Nathaniel does?"  His mom helps him understand that he...

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The Legend of Bob Wire by Sam Skinner – Book Review

Texas history, Oil Field Hijinks, Mystery and Hearsay... This is such a fun picture book, it's a must have for every Texas home, and every oil field / oil rig roughnecks.  Your kids will love the story and the illustrations, they will go on an adventure taming the oil...

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Starring Shapes! by Tania Howells Book Review

This is a must have educational book for kids on shapes. A few things that I loved about this book was the name of the Elementary School and the name of the play Hansel and Gretel. From a teaching stand point I LOVED how the author showed the shape and then showed the...

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Worms by Bernard Friot

This is a quick and funny story about a little boy up to no good. This mischievous boy decided to mix thing up and add some flavor to his father’s fancy dinner party. This book will be one to easily entertain children, it will become a repeat read and you just might...

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Bug in a Vacuum by Melanie Watt

Bug in a Vacuum by Melanie Watt I loved this story, what a great way to explain grief to a child.  Using the perspective of a fly (bug) and a dog, each dealing with process of grieving with the five stages of grief (the Kübler-Ross model) The illustrations were...

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Book Review Visions in Death by JD Robb

First let me say I love JD Robb she is an AMAZING author! Visions In Death: 19 might be my favorite so far. I hit every emotion, granted I stayed up all night to listen to the book but when (Spoiler Alert) Peabody went down the water works turned on. Book Review...

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