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Kreindia of Amorium By: Ben Parris Book Review from @erinwise82

Book 2 of this historical fantasy series, continues the story of our “mis-timed” lovers…..”time-crossed” lovers perhaps may sound a bit better lol?  318 more words

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Day 1084: Dictator

Dictator is the final volume in Robert Harris’s trilogy about the great Roman statesman, Cicero. This trilogy has truly been spell-binding.

The novel begins in dark times for Cicero, when he and his family are hounded out of Rome by Julius Caesar, his greatest enemy. 163 more words

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Today is Shit, so Here's a Story. 'How I Met Brooding YA Hero'

To be honest, we’ve all met him.

His eyes are the colour of the ocean, or midnight, or brilliant saffron, or blazing ruby. His skin is either chalky white, like the undead we suspect he might be, or the beautiful, ethnically ambiguous ‘heavily tanned’. 501 more words

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BOOK REVIEW: Jnana Sankalini Tantra by P. Prajnanananda

Jnana Sankalini Tantra by P. Prajnananda
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

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Tantra is in a class with quantum physics as a topic that everybody likes to talk about but no one seems to understand. 687 more words

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#AsianLitBingo - Bright Lines

It is not an easy thing, describing this book. A family saga? An immigrant story? A bildungsroman?

All of this and more?

However you’d like to group it under, there is no doubt that this was an ambitious book. 284 more words

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Blog Tour ~ Passion and Plunder by Collette Cameron ~ Excerpt & Giveaway

Book: Passion and Plunder

Author: Collette Cameron

Genre: Historical Romance

Release Date: May 24, 2017

Would you sacrifice everything for the person you love, knowing you can never be together?

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Armchair Series - Writers

It’s a relief to wander the Internet in search of armchairs instead of news. An article  about Hillary Mantel’s writing room (with armchair pictured) appeared in The Guardian back in 2007, when she was “building her new novel about Thomas Cromwell.” Mantel says she writes “…in the main room of our flat, at the top of a former Victorian asylum in Surrey.” “If I feel travel would broaden the mind I take my laptop up a spiral staircase to a little room under the asylum clock.” 87 more words

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