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The One Who Got Away

The One Who Got Away is the latest offering by Caroline Overington.

It popped up in a recommendations email from Kobo the week I was planning to fly across the Pacific. 224 more words

Crime Writers

76: Other Ways to Read

“I would love to read more, but…”

“I don’t have a Kindle so I can’t…”

“Physical books take up too much room…”

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard those statements or something like them. 243 more words

An Introduction to Self Publishing (Part 1 of a Series)

So you want to write a book, eh? Great! Now prepare to wrestle with this choice: to self publish, or not?

Most writers, whether they are professionals, amateurs, or just hobbyists, are probably somewhat familiar with the concept of self publishing. 754 more words


In Return to the Little French Guesthouse we follow Emmy who has returned to France to be the Manager of La Cour des Roses, the bed and breakfast where the first novel… 310 more words

A Hot Chick Who Reads


WRATH The Brody Bunch Book 3 by Sienna Valentine

Although Wrath is Book 3 and the conclusion of the Brody brothers, Wyatt and Beth’s story, it could be read as a standalone HEA too. 568 more words

Kobo's Aura ONE: First Thoughts

Last week the publishing and tech industries started buzzing after Kobo unveiled its newest premium eReader, the Aura ONE. I read eBooks very seldomly, but the hype has been loud enough that I was curious to learn more about the device and hear what early reviewers have been saying about it. 502 more words

Aura One