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Matte Liquid Lipstick

Matte Liquid Lipstick – stunning coverage and depth of colour!

đź‘„English Rose 👄Cool Candy 👄Forever Magenta 👄Runway Plumđź‘„Berry In Love 👄Cool Passion 👄Royal Raspberry 👄Burgundy Night… 23 more words


Decoding The Butterfly Promise - Gail Siler PhD

Book 1 of the Godmother Chronicles


Haunted by an urgent voice she hears each time Gail reads a book by author Carlos Castaneda, renowned anthropologist, shaman, and TIME magazine Man of the Year, her attempts to reach him catapult her into a strange world of shamans, ancient beings, invisible teachers, and guardian monarch butterflies. 824 more words

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Monday musings on Australian literature: Australia's most successful writer, ever

The obvious question to ask when someone makes a “best ever” claim is by what criteria? The easiest way to justify “best” is with numbers. And so it is here, as it’s with numbers that Australian publisher Allen & Unwin’s blog, … 802 more words

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How to Start a Book Club

“Would you like to join our book club?” she asked.

Those eight words were music to this bookworm’s ears.

I felt like I’d been asked to sit at the cool kids’ lunch table! 665 more words

The Devil's Witches by Madeleine McLaughlin


Benjamin Coffey would like to retire from homicide. But when the corpses of teenaged girls are found in the forest with black veils covering their faces, he decides to stay just this last time and solve the case. 403 more words

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How J.K. Rowling changed the world! It's all about timing.

Since writing about best sellers and what they might and might not have in common I’ve been thinking about the timing of books and how it might influence their success. 2,325 more words


Expose' (Born Bratva Book 3) Audible and Canary Chaos (Born Bratva Book 9) Kindle are live!

Expose’ audible is live and available on Amazon.
Canary Chaos (Born Bratva Book 9) is also Live and available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079N9GC1C

Alexander Glazov knew when he attempted going semi legitimate it wouldn’t be easy. 96 more words

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