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Kings and Queens by Terry Tyler

Despite having already discovered that Terry Tyler is an excellent novelist I had a slight resistance to reading “Kings and Queens.” The idea of a contemporary parallel to the life of Tudor King Henry VIII was superb, but could it be achieved without too much awkwardly contrived plotting? 255 more words

Book Review

Book Blast for Good Faith by Liz Crowe w/a Rafflecopter Giveaway! GC's & Kindle Fire

This post is part of a virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. Prizes will be awarded via Rafflecopter as follows:

GRAND PRIZE: Kindle Fire pre-loaded with all Liz Tri-Desitny titles… 1,530 more words


The Funeral Book 1.5 of The Waiting Series - Available for Pre-Order!!!

Healing and heartbreak continue on the banks of the Pontchartrain…

Struggling with the death of their son, Andrew and Arianne Douglas cling to one another, and the support of their family. 145 more words

New Orleans

Dredging Up the Dreaded Trunk Novels of the Past

We all have them, it seems. All writers have Trunk Novels – those first few novels that were lovingly, earnestly written in the hope of landing an agent, a publisher and eventually, book-world domination. 1,701 more words

The Story of Dark Raven is on Kindle

The Story of Dark Raven is now available on Kindle at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00OGOXBWU ! Don’t have a Kindle? Not a problem. You can download the Kindle app through Amazon.com for free. 214 more words

African American Characters

An Ashton Grove Thanksiving is available for Pre-Order!


An Ashton Grove Thanksgiving

Ashton Grove Werewolves

Can a brokenhearted wolf find love a second time?

Autumn O’Roarke joined the Ashton Grove pack in an effort to change her destiny. 665 more words


Rosie's book review Team #RBRT Jessie reviews Wild Water by Jan Ruth

Today’s book review comes from team member Jessie, she blogs at http://behindthewillows.com

Jessie chose to read and review Wild Water by Jan Ruth

It is always sad to read a tale of adultery, divorce and families torn in two, but Wild Water is heart-breaking. 252 more words