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The Passenger, by Lisa Lutz

Lisa Lutz is best known for her series, The Spellman Files, which I confess I have not read or watched on television. I came to this stand-alone story brand new, and can tell you that it’s fresh and original, a real kick in the pants. 690 more words

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My Review of Karl Rove's The Triumph of William McKinley

With his newest book, The Triumph of William McKinley: Why the Election of 1896 Still Matters, Karl Rove has taken the past, in this case a past Presidential election of 120 years ago, and with insight as a political strategist and operative, demonstrated how that election, the election of 1896, has impacted American Political history from then to this day. 646 more words

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Book Review: The Damned by Andrew Pyper

A review copy was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

The Damned by Andrew Pyper

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Black and Blue

  • Title: Black and Blue
  • Author: Gena Showalter
  • Publisher: Pocket Books – division of Simon & Schuster
  • Published: November 2013
  • Edition: First pocket books pbk edition…
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This Bestselling E-Book Author 'Can't Afford' Traditional Publishing Deals

Douglas E. Richards turns down the big publishers with every new novel, yet he wouldn’t be surprised to hear that you have never heard of him. 3,177 more words


[Book Events] Books, Be Mine: Valentines 2016

What Is Books, Be Mine 2016?

You might gravitate towards paranormal or horror during Halloween and cozy up to a fluffy Christmas-themed story during the New Years, but with Valentines coming up, it’s time to send those candygrams to your favourite… 1,149 more words


Books, Be Mine: Simon and Schuster Canada Event!

Hey y’all! Today we wanted to briefly discuss an awesome online Valentine’s day event coming up called BOOKS, BE MINE brought to you by Simon and Schuster Canada. 63 more words