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Alana Terry's "Torn Asunder" Giveaway

{As some reviewers will recall I think Alan Terry is one super writer with a fantastic talent with the pen. If her latest title “Torn Asunder” is half the book… 315 more words

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Falling A Little Short With "Falling Angels"

My commute to work is very long and very boring, so I decided to borrow a book on CD from the library, Falling Angels by Tracy Chevalier. 511 more words

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On-the-Spot Research for Writing Historicals

When I write historical fiction, I know any success I might have in recreating an era for my readers largely hinges on my getting the details right. 232 more words

It's Monday! What are you reading? - A Time of Traitors

I just finished A Time of Traitors by David Lawlor.

The benefit of being a writer is having writer friends, and I’m proud to say, David is one of my friends. 215 more words

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Love Unexpected by Jody Hedlund

Series: Beacons of Hope, Book 1

Publication Date: December 2014

Publisher: Bethany House

 

“I’ve always thought that once you’re set free from the past,” Holy Bill continued, “there’s really no reason to keep bringing it up.” 306 more words

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Along the River: A Chinese Cinderella Story

By Adeline Yen Mah

Hello!! Just starting to relax after shopping for Thanksgiving dinner and fixing today’s dinner. I have been very busy reading away!! 344 more words

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Book Review: Clonmac's Bridge by Jeffrey Perren

Title: Clonmac’s Bridge

Author: Jeffrey Perren

Genre: Historical Fiction/Suspense

Publication Date: March 22, 2014

Summary (from Goodreads):

A maritime archaeologist recovers Ireland’s earliest bridge near Clonmacnoise Monastery – only to find it intact after 1,200 years underwater. 208 more words

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