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#Bookreview The Georgian Menagerie. Exotic Animals in Eighteen Century London by Christopher Plumb. All creatures big and small of the exotic sort and the effect they had on the imagination of Londoners. (@ibtauris)

Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hi all: My break away from the blog is coming to an end, but as today I was travelling back to internet land, I decided to share a review of one of the books I’ve managed to read while I was away (I’ve done a fair amount of reading so…

Zoe and Jasmine Reunited

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Zoe and Jasmine Reunited ZOE CLOSE-UP I am one felicitous feline! I am so excited that, just before I sat at the computer to tell you all about it, I was doing the happy dance! But first, just in case there are folks out there…

Ginger Sharp — Erotic Days of Wine and (De)Flowers

Originally posted on johntuckermustlive:
Ginger Sharp resides in New Jersey. For many years she worked in the information technology field. She has a love for traveling to other countries and is an avid supporter of animal welfare. Her first book, “Lost Her,” made its debut in 2013 on Amazon which is followed by many other…

Eroticist From Down Under — Lorraine Loveit

Originally posted on johntuckermustlive:
LORRAINE LOVEIT  ~ Even though Ms Lorraine Loveit has a very busy life (wife, mother and secretary) she still manages to devote time to her passion for writing, and of course, reading. Her current story came in a dream and it just grew from there. It’s an erotic relationship theme with…

Great Suggestion for Friends & Family Reviews on Amazon…?

Originally posted on chrismcmullen:
Background image from ShutterStock. REVIEW SUGGESTION FOR AMAZON Friend and family reviews are a touchy subject among both authors and customers: For the customer review system to be effective, customers need to be able to trust the system. This is why Amazon removes and blocks reviews suspected of being posted by…

Why Social Media Is Like A Kitten

Originally posted on Jumping From Cliffs:
Go on, admit it – I had you at “kitten” didn’t I? I see an awful lot of posts from indie writers complaining that they simply don’t have time to market themselves and their writing on social media. An awful lot. What with the demands of a ‘real life’…

#WinterofZombie This November

Originally posted on Dying Days:
Short and sweet post with some of the pertinent information for ya… Once again I’ll be running the Winter of Zombie tour, and it will be bigger than ever. 40+ zombie authors, and quite a few of them are new to the tour this year. We’re already working behind the…

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