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Review – S.N Pearse’s Finding Jane

Finding Jane

Months of constant rain and bad weather have lead to a landslip in the shadows of Whitby’s iconic Abbey, unearthing …

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FREE: Tony Whelpton’s The Heat of the Kitchen: Nov 18th-22nd

The Heat Of The Kitchen

The Heat of the Kitchen (Literary Fiction) The Heat of the Kitchen is a fast-moving, exciting story: Saint-Pierre-sur-Loup is a …

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Asher Jones – The Incredible Edible Toe

The Incredible Edible Toe

The Incredible Edible Toe (Children’s/Poetry) Augustus Hall Vanderswall made a vow when he was small, that if his bed was …

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P.J. Dean – Kindred: An American Love Story


Kindred: An American Love Story (Historical Fiction/Romance) An herbalist and free woman of color, Kindred Twain and Lelaheo/Cassian Harkness, an …

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Anne Allen – Guernsey Retreat

Guernsey Retreat

Guernsey Retreat: The Guernsey Novels, Book III (Romance/Mystery) The latest page-turner offering mystery and romance from the Award-Winning Author of …

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Review – The Forty First Wink by James Walley

Forty First

Marty is having a bad morning. Roused from slumber by a gang of polo mallet-wielding monkeys and a mysterious voice …

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FREE: G.A. Taylor’s Return To Brude: Nov 13th

ReturnToBrude G.A.Taylor

Return to Brude (Children’s/Middle Grade) Annie McBride does not know her real name, that she has any relatives but her …

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Guest Post: Creative Unfocus by Richard Milner

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As a writer, it’s necessary to block out time dedicated solely to the development of the craft. To take a …

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Tabitha Tikkle – Mrs. Wagstaff And The Awkward Accountant

Awkward Accountant

Mrs. Wagstaff: And The Awkward Accountant (Erotica) Jane Wagstaff knows a lot about sex. She should. After all, she’s the …

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Dylan Saccoccio – The Tale of Onora: The Girl With The Solar Eyes

The Girl With The Solar Eyes

The Tale of Onora: The Girl With The Solar Eyes (epic fantasy/dark fantasy/YA) WARNING: This book contains sex, violence, gritty …

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Review – David Edwards’ The Black Hand Gang

The Black Hand Gang

A book about how Facebook has taken over the world that isn’t actually non-fiction? Colour me intrigued. What you actually …

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Review – J.S. Snow’s Redemption: Metal Prodigy Series, Book I


I have stated before that art in any form should challenge you. It shouldn’t be easy to look at, listen …

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Learn to Add Beautiful Prints to Your Wardrobe and Stop Relying Solely on Solid Colors by Ginger Burr

Ginger Burr

If you’re like many women, you have a mortal fear of prints.  You look in your closet and what greets …

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Leslie Georgeson – Stolen: Unlikely Heroes, Book I


Stolen: Unlikely Heroes, Book I (Romance/Suspense) The past and present collide for world-renowned horse trainer, April Huntington. A serial killer …

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Review – David Allan Sturman’s The Broken Son

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There is a line in the “About the Author” section of The Broken Son that, once you’ve read book, will …

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Review – Amber Cavalier Spiler’s THE SECRET OF BLACKWATCH


This is a delightful read for horse-lovers of all ages. Aimed at an audience between approximately 8 to 12 years …

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FREE: Gino Arcaro’s Soul Of A Lifter

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Soul of a Lifter (Non-fiction/Spirituality/Sports/Family & Relationships) Gino Arcaro’s journey from childhood obesity to natural health and strength was not …

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Review – J.M. Preston’s The Great Poem Book

Poem Book

I’m a big poetry fan and am always interested to try new writers as I come across them so the …

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Review – Mark Binmore’s Now Is Not The Time For Trumpets

Trumpets Binmore

The synopsis for this book starts off – “Stephen Wallingford died intestate in 1990, aged 86, and has in recent …

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Short Story: Rumplestiltskin III Tries to Help a Dame by Kevin Kauffmann

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Rumplestiltskin III was never the kind for seriousness, but he did dabble in it from time to time. He loved …

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