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The Gryphon Killer by Chapel Harlow

Originally posted on Jo's Random Book Reviews:
(I actually read and reviewed this some time ago on another blog, but since I am de-cluttering, I wanted to move it here.) The book opens with the no holds barred murder of Porter and his wife, a rich, upstanding couple of Dexter, Alabama. Caroline Harp is…

To be or not to be…

Snowed – Part 35

Originally posted on Dellani Oakes:
Almost naked, Mike and Sarena are interrupted by Jessie knocking on the door. She’s very upset. Molly has had a heart attack. The ambulance takes Molly to the hospital and Mike gets dressed and follows. Molly has listed him as her next of kin. “You’re the son?” I put my…

“Operation Cheesestorm” by Mani D. Badle – Review and Interview

Originally posted on writerchristophfischer:
Today I have a special treat for you, mes amis francaises, meine Deutschen Freunde and all multi-linguals: OPERATION CHEESESTORM. Although for now the book is only available in French and German, (but the English website wil be up and running in about aweek’s time!) this is too good to be missed.…

The Best Writing Advice

Originally posted on All I Have to Say:
There’s a lot of writing advice out there, some good and some not so good. As writers, we have to pick and choose what works for us. Stephen King has a ton of great writing advice floating around out there, but this particular gem resonated with me…

#Read The latest release from #Author Jim Webster – WAR 2.2

#Read The latest release from #Author Jim Webster – WAR 2.2

#Authors – Why Many Book Promos are like Driving a Car

#Authors – Why Many Book Promos are like Driving a Car

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Many authors do their book promos as if they’re driving a car. The most common way is the ‘Drive everywhere at high speed’ author. (Post everywhere as fast and often as possible) Another (probably related) seems to be the ‘Jumping the red STOP lights’ type…

Suggestions for Improving Our Reading Survey

Originally posted on chrismcmullen:
Image from Shutterstock READING SURVEY FEEDBACK Our survey on how people read books have received much attention. We’ve had over 100 referrals today from Facebook and LinkedIn, and it’s been a week since the survey started. I’ve also received some valuable feedback on how the survey could be improved. My plan…

Copper, the Alchemist, & the Woman in Trousers: Episode 6

Originally posted on Teagan's Books:
On Wings of Whimsy The four naughty chimps probably weren’t as much of a surprise to those of you who have been with Teagan’s Books for awhile.  I don’t think I can get more whimsical than a ghost cowboy riding a giant seahorse.  I really shouldn’t let those wings of…

Social Media Ideal Image Sizes

Originally posted on International Book Promotion:
2015 #SocialMedia Image Size Cheat Sheet ! If you found this post useful, do share it around 😉


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