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The Elf by Christine Morgan

Originally posted on HorrorAddicts.net:
THE ELF by Christine Morgan It started last Christmas, that must have been it. Weirdest thing that ever happened to me in my life – or so I thought at the time. Now, this Christmas, I know a little better. My name’s Belle, Clayton Belle, and I always hated this…

Realism in Character Development and Storytelling

Originally posted on The One & Only Elgon:
Way back somewhere and some-when I had a teacher named Kristin, though I didn’t call her by her first name until a few years later. We didn’t hit it off well, but after nearly four full school years of fairly close association, whether she was my English…

Pamela Beckford

Originally posted on Reading Recommendations:
Pamela Beckford What is your latest release and what genre is it? Love: Lost and Found – a collection of love poems Quick description: Using various poetry forms we are introduced to the ups and downs of love, from the throes of passion in a new love to the angst…

Christmas Humor:

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Book Review: A Little Something Different

Book Review: A Little Something Different

Digital – Delight or Delusion ?

Jo Robinson’s Echoes Tour

Originally posted on barsetshirediaries:
It’s not often I get the pleasure of hosting someone who is not only the complete professional as a writer. But someone who has proved to be most generous in the help she offers to others. The delightful Jo Robinson has proved to be a great personal friend and I had…

Festive Feature: Sue Moorcroft

Originally posted on Bookaholic Confessions:
Welcome to a very special Festive Feature on my blog, where every day up until Christmas some of my favourite authors will be sharing what they love most about the festive season, including their favourite films, food, music, presents, memories, books…Plus much more! ? It is with huge excitement that…

Echoes of Narcissus in the Gardens of Delight is LIVE

Originally posted on Jo Robinson:
Donna thought there was something wrong with her. That she was suffering from a mental illness that has caused her husband to despise her, distance himself from her, and cheat on her. She blames herself for the desolate, miserable thing that is her marriage and her life. Then she comes…

The Museum Of Fractured Lives by Sally Jenkins

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
The Museum of Fractured Lives Omnibus by Sally Jenkins My rating: 4 of 5 stars The Museum Of Fractured Lives is a quick read, a collection of four inter-connecting stories. Vanessa’s husband drops the idea of divorce in her lap after thirty tears of marriage and on the day she…

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