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The All-Consuming "Monster"

On Friday, Kate Colby wrote a thoughtful post on “writing through your fear” – including on a writer needing to face down worries about receiving poor reviews. 1,055 more words

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Book Review: DreamZ by A. R. Von

Genre: Science Fiction, Dystopian

Word Count: 12,470

Average Goodreads Rating: 4.54/5 stars

My rating: 3/5 stars

To be honest, I automatically started to dislike this book because “Dreams” is spelled with a Z. 850 more words

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Scorched and Trembling:Locked in the Fiery Pages of Historical Romance

My Nana’s favorite novel was Gone with the Wind. She read it at least once a year, from 1936, the  year of its publication, until almost in 1980. 1,904 more words

Book Review: 'We Were on a Break' by Lindsey Kelk

I’ve always been an ardent reader of Lindsey Kelk’s. From the first of the ‘I Heart’ series, I’ve stuck along. ‘About a Girl’ even made it to my favourite reads that formed a sort of a refuge from a crazy life. 510 more words

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Sunday is for #SexySnippets

Every Sunday is #SexySnippets day! Authors who join this blog hop share 7 – 8 lines of their published book or their work in progress. 497 more words

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When Your Blog's on a Dating Site and You're Not

Every morning, I check my WordPress blog stats.

From Reddit, Twitter, Search engines … um, what? Match.com? From the United States?

First of all, I don’t have profile on Match.com or any dating site. 172 more words

Tessa Ryan

A Scot in The Dark... Where can I find one of my own?

So  to  continue  my Binge  of  the  scandal and scoundrel series   I  read   A Scot in the  Dark.  Holy shit  this book was just….Just lovely!  The  basics of this book  is  Lillian Hargrove  has  been a  ward  of  the  Duke of  Warnick  all her life, she  has basically lived  forgotten in   one of  the  many houses the  Dukedom  owns  while  the   each  Duke died  leaving  the  next  to  care for her…or  forget  about her…  That is how  she lived her life  forgotten  and   basically   invisible. 538 more words