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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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Book Review: Maledicus by Charles F. French ~ James J. Cudney

Reblogged from This is My Truth Now: History has tons of lecherous and caustic villains. Author Charles F. French re-introduced me to one in the debut novel, Maledicus: The Investigative Paranormal Society Book I, in his series ‘The Investigative Paranormal Society.’ Long ago … 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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Uploading your Self-Publishing Paperback to KDP Print – Plaisted Publishing House

Reblogged from Plaisted Publishing House: We all know that KDP Print is likely to be taking over from Createspace when they finally close their doors (after all we’ve seen go on in the last 12 mth) I thought it would … Continue reading

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The Schrödinger effect – Top 10 Clicks 2017

This year has been an incredible year for  the Echo blog.  But, in an echo of the physicists cat, I can write and publish on these pages till my fingers drop off, but the words are dead until those pages … Continue reading

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Will O’ the Wisp by Craig Boyack #Supernatural -Anita Dawes and Jaye Marie

Available at Amazon.com Reblogged from Anita Dawes and Jaye Marie, a review of Will O’ the Wisp by Craig Boyack: There is something evil up Bergamot Holler, and it’s been targeting the Hall family for generations. Patty Hall is fifteen … Continue reading

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Relogged from Smorgasbord: Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – New on the Shelves – A Girl Named Truth by Alethea Kehas

Welcome to a new author to the Cafe and Bookstore.. Alethea Kehas with her memoir, A Girl Named Truth. About A Girl Named Truth Some mystics believe we choose our name, along with our life’s lessons, before we are born. … Continue reading

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Author Spotlight; Graeme Cumming – from Fiction is Food

Reblogged from Fiction is food: As the ravens gather and darkness descends, the time is drawing near for history to repeat itself… Ravens Gathering is a gripping thriller, interwoven with horror and fantasy, that demonstrates how you should never take … Continue reading

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#bookreview Blood Orange by Don Massenzio – Robbie’s inspiration

Reblogged from Robbie’s Inspiration: What Amazon says It’s the night of the biggest game in men’s college basketball. Just as the two rivals are squaring off in the quest to crown a champion, tragedy strikes. A nation mourns as a … Continue reading

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The accountant

He had kept his secrets. He had thought he was safe… He was doing so well. Doing alright anyway. Now, he was not so sure. It was all gone. He has nothing… is nothing. Nowhere to go… nowhere to be. … Continue reading

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