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Creativia Publishing #FREE books from February 1st thru the 14th 2017 @creativia

Here are all the wonderful books my publisher, Creativia, will have for #FREE for February from the 1st to the 14th.  They will only be free for 3 days, so grab them while you can.  CLICK on the book covers … Continue reading

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#Characterinterview with Ocean Banks from SIREN COVE by JM Northup @jm_northup

It’s been a while since I’ve posted any character or author interviews from my fellow writers.  So to kick off 2017, let’s meet Ocean Banks from SIREN COVE by J.M. Northup.  Love your name, btw. Who are you?  What is … Continue reading

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NEW REVIEWS FOR MY EXCALIBUR SAGA BOOKS

Boy, getting reviews is like pulling teeth.  OUCH! Though, I have to admit I never thought of leaving a book review until after I became a published author.  And I never read indie books before either.  Now, that’s all I … Continue reading

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5* #Bookreview of SEVEN FOR THE SLAB by Doug Lamoreux @dracsdemeter

5* #Bookreview of SEVEN FOR THE SLAB by Doug Lamoreux  @dracsdemeter BLURB: It’s nearly midnight, and a curious snoop finds his neighbors dead. He gathers his wits and calls emergency services. Despite a torrential thunderstorm, Sheriff’s deputies, the Fire Department, … Continue reading

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#Bookreview The Longest Way Home by Lorrie Farrelly

#Bookreview The Longest Way Home by Lorrie Farrelly BLURB: Heading west in search of a new beginning, Lily Harmon loses her heart to little Maddie Cullinan, an orphan whose father was presumed killed in a bloody battle of the War … Continue reading

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#Bookreview of The Gemstone Chronicles: Book Three The Emerald by William L Stuart @williamstuart

The Gemstone Chronicles: Book Three The Emerald by William L Stuart BLURB: Aidan, Maggie, Nana, Beebop, and their elven friends have recovered the first two of four gemstones stolen from the Elven Bow. With the second stone – the Amethyst … Continue reading

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#Bookreview of HERONK by Ronald Richards

#Bookreview of HERONK by Ronald Richards BLURB: Meet the unlikeliest of heroes: Gustav, a wooden goose decoy. His story begins after his creation at the hands of an old German craftsman in 1930’s Illinois. Over the course of the next … Continue reading

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HOW OLD IS ARTHUR MERLLIN? REALLY?

I recently sent my book, The Secret of Excalibur,  to Self-Publishing Review for, well, a review. And, once again, Arthur Merlin has been referred to as a “young man.”  The reviewer was even confused as to whether this was a … Continue reading

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#Bookreview of DRACULA’S DEMETER: The Vampire King’s Stunning Sea Voyage By Doug Lamoreux @dracsdemeter

#Bookreview of DRACULA’S DEMETER by Doug Lamoreux BLURB: In his classic ‘Dracula’, Bram Stoker, with a few cryptic entries in an unnamed captain’s journal, offered hints of the voyage that brought the vampire king from his homeland to a blood-rich … Continue reading

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IN THE MOOD FOR A HEART-RENDERING, TEARFUL STORY?

Do you LOVE heart-rendering, tearful stories?  If so, you need to check out my short story, Silent Night. Unfortunately, it’s only available through a subscription to my VIP newsletter.  But no problems.  You can always unsubscribe at any time. Since … Continue reading

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