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The Luck of the Weissensteiners – a review ~ Christoph Fischer

Reblogged from Christoph Fischer: Books about life during the Third Reich used to be of 3 types: war stories, spy thrillers, or the tragic tales of the victims. In recent decades authors have begun tackling the portrayal of life for … Continue reading

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Frank Parker ~ A Date with Max Power

Reblogged from Frank Parker’s Author Site: My ‘date’ this time is Dublin born author Max Power. In his response to my first question he agrees that his Dublin childhood is an important influence, but goes on to say that it … Continue reading

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Colleen Chesebro interviews Janice Spina

Reblogged from Colleen Chesebro: I’ve started a new feature on my blog as another way to support my fellow authors. Colleen’s Author Interviews will introduce you to authors from around the world. You can check out their books and visit … Continue reading

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Geoff Le Pard reviews Sinister Dexter by Lucy Brazier

Reblogged from Tangental: I’ve not read as much as I should because I’ve been on an audible binge. However I’ve had a few days when my world has been driving me dental. An operation to remove a reluctant canine has … Continue reading

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Georgia Rose reviews ‘Don’t Touch’ by Barb Taub

Reblogged from Georgia Rose: I have recently started adding the reviews I’ve written to BookBub by taking them straight from Goodreads, a few at a time. I thought as I could no longer add them to Amazon.com this was a … Continue reading

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Comfort zone…

I felt a tad fragile and the thought of sitting in front of a bright computer screen had no appeal at all. I could have done the ironing, I suppose, but there was no hurry. I could have cuddled the … Continue reading

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Janice Spina interviews D. G. Kaye

Reblogged from Jem’s Books: Please help me welcome author D.G. Kaye to Jemsbooks Blog Segment, Interview an Author. Debby is a wonderful online friend of mine whose friendship I cherish. Thank you so much for inviting me over here today … Continue reading

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An extract from Nine Lives by Jaye Marie

Reblogged from Anita Dawes and Jaye Marie: Chapter Fifteen Later that evening, as Kate was sorting through her painting supplies to decide what she needed to stock up on, she thought she heard a child crying. She often heard all … Continue reading

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Janice Spina interviews Darlene Foster

Reblogged from Jem’s Books: Darlene Foster Please help me welcome author Darlene Foster to Jemsbooks Blog Segment of Interview an Author.  It’s lovely to have you here Darlene. Please step up on the soap box. Please tell us something about … Continue reading

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Michelle Clements James reviews D.G. Kaye’s Twenty Years After I Do

Reblogged from Book Chat: Blurb In this personal accounting, D.G. Kaye shares the insights and wisdom she has accrued through twenty years of keeping her marriage strong and thriving despite the everyday changes and challenges of aging. Kaye reveals how … Continue reading

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