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Shadow of the Wind

Shadow of the Wind “This is a place of mystery, Daniel, a sanctuary. Every book, every volume you see here, has a soul. The soul of the person who wrote it and of those who read it and lived and … Continue reading

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Who’s That in the Cat Pajamas?

So remember Mystery Thriller Week?  Well, Sojourner McConnell, a/k/a Vicki Goodwin, was the co-founder of that little party which is how I got to know here.  She’s also the author of a WordPress blog, “The Page Turner” and has a … Continue reading

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Spellweaver

It’s time for an interview with my friend, Ann Crawford, author of her newly released book SPELLWEAVER, now available on Amazon.   Synopsis for SPELLWEAVER Even in the darkest of times, a bright light can illuminate what’s real and awaken … Continue reading

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#IWSG

#IWSG Welcome to the May edition of the Insecure Writer’s Support Group or IWSG.  The whole point of the IWSG is to share, encourage, express doubts and hopes and fears all while ditching the negativity an angst cause that’s no … Continue reading

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American Gods

American Gods I just finished American Gods, my 4th Neil Gaiman book, and I have to say that should Neil Gaiman ever need a personal assistant, I’m available. He doesn’t have to pay me much as long as I’m guaranteed … Continue reading

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Mrs. Batman

Mrs. Batman Vick Batman is an award-winning and Amazon bestselling author with three kids, two dogs, and a husband named Handsome.  She’s sold many romantic comedy works to the True magazines, several publishers, and most recently, two romantic comedy mysteries to … Continue reading

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Loving Lady Lazuli

Loving Lady Lazuli According to Romance Writers of America, romance books garnered $1.08 billion in sales in 2013 and accounted for 34% of the fiction market. With stats like that, I’m wondering why I didn’t choose the romance genre but … Continue reading

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