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Filthy Fingerprints.

Originally posted on IRISH FIREBRANDS: A Novel ~ and Other Works by Christine Plouvier, Indie Author:
Do your books have QR Codes? QR codes are those square-shaped blotches that look like smudged thumbprints. They show up now on thousands of different products, including the bills we receive. I’ve noticed them on the back covers of the…

Travels, Family, and Memorial

Travels, Family, and Memorial

Originally posted on Didi Oviatt -Author:
This is an extended weekend, a time in the USA to celebrate our freedom, as well as reflect on those who have fought for us to enjoy said freedom. I’ll be stepping away from the blog to travel and stay with family, so I wanted to put this out…

Character Quotes from Over the Edge by Dellani

Originally posted on Books & Entertainment Network:
“That photo, the blond guy behind the headstones. What’s his connection to the family?” Detective Tan asked. “He was head of security for awhile. But there was some trouble with the daughter and he got fired,” Peter replied. “What kind of trouble?” “Beautiful, exotic, young, gullible woman. Coldhearted,…

Smorgasbord Short Stories – Flights of Fancy – Curtains by Sally Cronin

Tips For Better Fiction Writing: The Pause.

Originally posted on Dan Alatorre:
your humble host I’m writing a book series called Tips For Better Fiction Writing, in which I tackle all the rookie mistakes new writers make. And hey, I made them, too. Which is why I’m helping you not make them. Until the next book in the series comes out, you’ll see these gems here…

#Romance The Captain And The Cavalry Trooper by @MadameGilflurt And @e_harkstead

Kitty Hawk And The Icelandic Intrique (Kitty Hawk 3) By Iain Reading [Book Review – Mystery Month]

Limerick – Jemsbooks – Lamby!

Originally posted on JEMSBOOKS:
This is a post I wrote in 2017 about my book, Lamby the Lonely Lamb. Give your children some fun summer reading that will help instill good behavior at the same time. Happy Reading! Reading is good for your health! Did you know that? Here is the third limerick for my…

Marjorie Mallon’s book…

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
Here’s my review… What do you say about a book in a genre you normally steer clear of? In the case of Marjorie Mallon’s first book The Curse of Time, Book One – Bloodstone, the first thing to say is that it demonstrates just how the author’s mind…

Mini Mystery #6 Hard to Swallow

Originally posted on Hannah Howe:
Adelaide de la Tremouille (pictured) was born on 19th December 1855. She married Edwin Bartlett, a wealthy London grocer, on 6th April 1875. For ten years the couple enjoyed a comfortable lifestyle. Then, in 1885, they met the Rev George Dyson. The Rev Dyson and Edwin enjoyed long conversations, particularly…


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