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Book Release - "Catching Snowflakes" by Victoria Zigler

Title: Catching Snowflakes And Other Poems
Author: Victoria Zigler
Genre: Poetry
Publication date: 29th April 2017

Book blurb:
“A collection of poems of different lengths and styles – some with a hint of humour, others of a more serious nature – exploring a variety of themes, such as animals, nature, emotions, and the world around us.” 61 more words


Cover Reveal- Civil War!

Behold the cover for Civil War, the fifth novel of the Nephilim Chronicles Series. Read the description below, and pre-order your e-book at Smashwords!

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Book Promo - Read 'Inspired by Art: The Last Concubine' - FREE from 28th April to 1st May...

New release

Sale dates: 04/28/2017-05/01/2017

Regular price of book: $2.99

Sale price of book: $0.00

Category: Art & Photography

Ways to describe this book:

Art History, Museum Collection, Court Intrigue… 176 more words

Book Promo

The Lost Centurion: The Day After the Bookbub

Let’s start today’s post by saying that I am not impressed by the data I collected at the end of the first day post-Bookbub. The day’s earnings were lukewarm at best, something I’ve achieved by myself on a good day without any promo. 212 more words

The Indie Life

New Publication: The Only Series that Matters

Well, it’s newish. It’s a collection of all the posts I’ve been making about A Series of Unfortunate Events. If you haven’t been reading them, it’s a series of essays in which I examine each book in  177 more words


Consent to Unleash a novel by Kevin Allen

“Crisis introduces us all to strength some of us don’t instinctively know we have.” In the newly released thriller, Consent to Unleash, that strength is coming with memories orphaned Boston detective Mark Morrison shouldn’t have, about a biological family he’s known about going on two weeks, and questions he wouldn’t want anyone asking. 543 more words

Alpha News

Meet Guest Author Edeana Malcolm...

In 2006, I finally listened to that inner voice telling me to do what I’d always wanted to do– write novels. Then there was the question of what to write about. 338 more words