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A Date With . . . Rhonda Hopkins

Rhonda Hopkins is a self-published author from Texas with two decades of experience working within the Family Court system. She writes often quite dark stories featuring zombies. 1,355 more words

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An interesting interview with an interesting author.

It only takes a SPARK....It's live

I was given an opportunity to read Spark by S.L. SCOTT  before it went live on 2/22/2018.  My Review:  You are in for real treat when you meet Jet Crow and his brother’s River and Tulsa. 1,226 more words

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Book Review: The Extinction Trials by SM Wilson

The Extinction Trials have been hailed as ‘Jurassic Park’ meets ‘The Hunger Games’ and that phrase definitely rings true, however the bell might sound a bit too loudly. 219 more words

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Would-be-Jets target DeMarcus Lawrence expected to be tagged by Cowboys

The Cowboys are expected to use the franchise tag on defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence, according to David Moore of the Dallas Morning News.

That’s bad news for the Jets, who would have surely pursued the pass rusher had he hit free agency. 188 more words

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Book Review: Owning It by Caroline Foran

Caroline Foran’s Owning It has swept onto our shelves and excited new readers. Anxiety is something that we are all familiar with, whether in ourselves or in another person’s point of view. 206 more words

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Darkly Wood II - Max Power

Where to begin? This tale is part fantasy, part horror, part paranormal, and part sci-fi with a sound basis in believable characterisation and real emotion. Daisy May Coppertop, to whom we are introduced in book one, is still struggling to understand what happened to her and Benjamin in Darkly Wood all those years ago, was it real or a coma nightmare, and her return to the wood has a grim inevitability about it. 137 more words

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Best books of 2017 part two

The Language of Thorns by Leigh Bardugo

Leigh Bardugo is a perennial favourite of ours in Cinders, we really enjoyed her Six of Crows series and her recent Wonder Woman story Warbringer has been hailed as one of the best ever renditions of Diana of Thymiscera. 567 more words

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