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Review of KINDLE Ebook Saven Deception – Book 1 of the Saven series by Siobhan Davis

I have constantly seen positive reviews for this series and finally Lola persuaded me to give this one a go.

Sadie Owens has been slowly dying inside. 525 more words

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Cover Reveal: The Exercise Of Vital Powers

I have good news people. The release of the Kindle edition of my debut fantasy novel, The Exercise Of Vital Powers, is imminent. In honour of this momentous occasion, I have decided to treat you all to a first look at the cover artwork, and provide you brief synopsis of the story. 283 more words


*NEW RELEASE SPECIAL* Review of KINDLE Ebook Mrs Pargeter’s Public Relations – A Mrs Pargeter Mystery by Simon Brett

Simon Brett is an experienced author and scriptwriter who lives locally, so when I saw this offering on Netgalley, I couldn’t resist.

It is her characteristic generosity rather than her love of animals that finds Mrs Pargeter supporting her friend, Jasmine Angold, at a charity reception for PhiliPussies, whose worthy aim is to rehabilitate stray cats from the Greek island of Atmos into caring English homes. 362 more words

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Home Education inspiration and support on Kindle

 I’m excited to tell you that my newest book ‘A Home Education Notebook to Encourage and Inspire’ is now available in Kindle. I know some of you have been waiting rather than buying the hard copy. 249 more words

My Kindle Scout Winner is Now on Preorder

Finally!!! The Eternity Prophecy is on preorder. I’m beyond excited but also feel a little weird.

I’m excited, because yet another of my works is out there. 147 more words

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Review: The Heartbeats of Wing Jones by Katherine Webber

The Heartbeats of Wing Jones
by Katherine Webber
March 14th 2017
Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Kindle Edition
336 pages
Young Adult / Contemporary / Romance… 505 more words

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*NEW RELEASE SPECIAL* Review of KINDLE Ebook The Mercy of the Tide by Keith Rosson

I requested this one from NetGalley as the description caught my attention and I was looking for something different…

Riptide, Oregon, 1983. A sleepy coastal town, where crime usually consists of underage drinking down at a Wolf Point bonfire. 594 more words

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