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The Awards Season continues – The One Lovely Blog Award – Or a Bouquet of Flowers!

Books Sold by Genre: Or Why You Should Write Children’s Books

Originally posted on Taipei Writers Group:
See, this is why J.K. Rowling was a genius. She wrote in the children’s fiction plus fantasy genre, so that puts her books in over half of the most popular books ever sold. The below chart shows an estimate of all the books ever sold by genre. Which genre…

KAI Presents… Margaret Lynette Sharp!

Romance Weekly Blog Hop #lovechatwrite

Originally posted on A Writer's Life For Me.:
It’s Romance Weekly blog hop time! If you’ve hopped over from A.S. Fenichel’s wonderful blog, then welcome! So, this week, we’ve been asked- What quirky habits (superstitions, must haves, etc.) do you have while writing? It’s an interesting question as I’m quite a compulsive person. A…

Why I may not follow you on Twitter …

Originally posted on Books: Publishing, Reading, Writing:
… or friend you on Facebook, or like your page, or connect with you on LinkedIn, or add you to my circles on Google+, or subscribe to your blog, or invite you to promote yourself and your book on my blog, Reading Recommendations: I recently added the following…

SPLITS IN THE SKIN — CAN YOU HANDLE THE DEPRAVITY??????

SPLITS IN THE SKIN follows a Bounty Hunter on his quest to capture a Fugitive in a small mountain town full of secrets and skeletons. SPLITS IN THE SKIN has a Unique Plot, Non-Stop Action, Unforgettable Characters, Philosophical Dilemmas, and a smattering of Romance. AMAZON — http://www.amazon.com/Splits-Skin-John-Tucke…/…/ref=asap_bc… BOOK REVIEW —http://www.amazon.com/rev…/R3AAMFDH2H4Z86/ref=cm_cr_pr_perm… BOOK TRAILER — http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTipDXi9kWA

Thank you, Angie for this great review of Devil’s Lake!

I received this book in exchange for an honest review. Let me start by saying that I really enjoyed this book. It was a very quick read for me. I read it in under 3 hours, I just could not put it down. The book starts with a girl that’s been held captive for two […]

Thank you so much, Lorraine, for this glowing review of the audiobook for ESSENTIALLY YOURS.

Tall Pines; whether you listen to them on Audible, or read, they will keep you caught up in the storylines and make them very hard to put down!!! They work, well as standalone stories or…start with the very first one!!! These books make me want to visit the lakes regions in Upper New York, to […]

“A Father First” by Gary D. Henry

‪#‎aromasauthors‬ ‪#‎garydhenry‬ “This is the story of a dedicated father. Thomas Stevens grew up as a farmer’s son in rural Nebraska. He, his three brothers, and three sisters helped their parents around the farm as much as they could. He loved the business aspect of farming more than the sweat and hard work and told […]

Please like Dora Machado, author of The Stonewiser Series and tag a friend to help us reach our goal 

93 likes away from reaching our goal of 1000 likes! ‪#‎aromasauthors‬ ‪#‎doramachado‬ Thank you! https://www.facebook.com/DoraMachado101

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