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Added by Lynda Coker on February 18, 2011 at 1:33pm —
"Following a horrible tragedy, Miss Rose Baines is carted away to an insane asylum. She narrates the events of her early upbringing and, with unflinching honesty, takes the reader with her on the convoluted and strange path that will lead her to a new and terrible… Continue
Added by Carole Gill on January 22, 2011 at 8:00am —
Review by author James Garcia:
"In a day when… Continue
Added by Carole Gill on December 22, 2010 at 11:11am —
I blog about authors and their books because I love doing it. Books are a passion of mine and I love sharing that passion with others. I am willing and more than happy to accept books (finished copies and ARCs) for review from the following genres:
- Romance (all sub-genres welcome)
- Young Adult/Teen (all sub-genres welcome)
- Pet Memoirs/Stories
I do apologize, but at this time I can no longer accept ebooks/pdf’s for review…
Added by Dani ~ aka The Romance Book Addict on March 20, 2010 at 8:30pm —
Val at You Gotta Read Reviews gave my upcoming release, Reservations for Two a top rating!
Widower’s Maggie O’Brien and Carson Jennings are both on a journey to rediscover
who they are. Maggie, an adventurous former pastor’s wife of thirty-nine years, hopes to find closure in the place she and her husband spent their honeymoon. Carson, a retired judge, is living his lifelong dream of traveling across the U.S. in his RV. When their paths cross in the tranquil… Continue
Added by Anne Patrick on January 23, 2010 at 3:59am —
Just found out that my newest novella Online Angel just received 4 stars from ManicReaders.
Please visit my website to learn about all my books.
Added by Kelly Abell on December 30, 2009 at 5:00pm —
Alcott like you've never read her.
I loved re-reading this book, The Inheritance. I believe I read it for the first time back in 1997 when it first came out. (Yes, an Alcott novel releasing over a hundred years after her death.) The Inheritance was her first novel. She even made a notation on it that it was her first novel written at the age of 17 which she never attempted to get published. Now, it’s not one of those thrilling,… Continue
Added by Cindy K. Green on October 25, 2009 at 10:00pm —
"a fantastic read!"
Destiny is a person, not a fate and she lives with her grandmother, Rose, following the tragic deaths of the family and little brother. Turns out that Rose, while being a dandy grandma is also the sole proprietor of the Mystic Cat - a Wicca, new age book and herb shop in Arcadia, Florida.
Trying to cope with the loss of her family is hard enough but when Destiny finds she had shared some of Rose's talent in seeing, speaking and helping spirits, enough is… Continue
Added by Kelly Abell on October 20, 2009 at 9:22pm —
Haunted Destiny received a great review from Melinda at Night Owl Roamnce.
Imagine losing your loved ones but in the same week being able to talk to ghosts. Not just any ghosts but ones that need your help to cross over. For Destiny Dove this seemed at first a nightmare but then Jake Turner needed her. All her life her mother had told her stories of her grandmother being strange. Living with her she now knows how strange for she has the same strangeness in her now.… Continue
Added by Kelly Abell on October 16, 2009 at 8:42pm —
find my review of AMERICAN ON PURPOSE byCraig Ferguson here
Added by Sandy Vaughan on September 28, 2009 at 9:29pm —
finished review of The Last Queen: A Novel of Juana la Loca by C W Gortner here Continue
Added by Sandy Vaughan on September 23, 2009 at 7:33am —
This delightful children's book is written by a very creative six year old. The illustrations were all by her and the story is based on her two sister's names. The adventures of Dani the Gorilla involve the usage of kindergarten sight words to help those entering kindergarten to read a fun book written by a peer.
What is unique about the author is she has epilepsy and her creativity is stifled at times due to the medication. She struggles… Continue
Added by Judy on September 18, 2009 at 1:20pm —
Detective Morgan Reynolds thought her nightmare was over when serial killer Charles ‘The Slasher’ Tate was sent to prison for her husbands murder. But she was wrong. The Slasher has escaped and he’s making it even more personal this time. Tate has kidnapped her son and is giving her 72 hours to find the answers he wants or Jared dies.
From the first sentence in the first chapter I was captivated by this book and couldn’t stop reading till I was finished. Ms. Patrick has written a… Continue
Added by Anne Patrick on September 11, 2009 at 10:42pm —
Hi, I'm excited that my anthology, Secrets Volume 27 Untamed Pleasures, is up for Best Book of the Week at Long and Short Reviews - Whipped Cream http://www.longandshortreviews.com/WC/recentrev.htm
Woohoo!! Hope you will drop by and vote. It only takes a second. If we win we'll get some wonderful free promo. Thanks!!!
Earlier in the week we received a fantastic, 5 cherries review from… Continue
Added by Nicole North on August 29, 2009 at 10:33am —
Author: Lisa Laird DiRosso
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Date: July 28, 2009
Genre: Suspense, crime
I was given the opportunity to read Lisa Laird DiRosso’s debut novel He Who Sings Last. I was eager to read this book as I prefer crime and mystery novels given my background and experience in law. The main character, Jimmy Covelli, is an aging, down on his luck former singer of a popular band from the 80’s.… Continue
Added by Judy on August 21, 2009 at 7:00pm —
Added by John Wayne Cargile on July 30, 2009 at 12:49pm —
It came to my attention that the link to my recent "bad" review wasn't working, so I went out to find it and copied it here. I thank those who have written to me to be supportive, to say reviews are subjective. Perhaps they are and no, I won't be waging any rebuttal to the website on my own. I accept what the reviewer says about this particular book and hope perhaps she just didn't understand it overall. Everyone has a style they like, a genre they appreciate, and sometimes a story doesn't take… Continue
Added by Chriss Hill on June 25, 2009 at 11:27pm —
Would anyone like to do a book review switch? I'll host you on my blog, review your book, and interview you, and in return, you do the same. I'll also post my review on Amazon if you like.
This can be an effective marketing tool. I am an experienced reviewer who works for Enchanting Reviews and has 3 blogs on Blogger and Live Journal dedicated to books.
Please email me if interested: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject "Book Review Exchange." I am especially interested in… Continue
Added by Aubrie on June 15, 2009 at 8:03am —
A splendid combination of what most readers, like myself, desire in a good novel--mystery, mayhem, madness, and one of the most dysfunctional families you've ever seen. It would provide a team of therapists with full time work.
Though the last third ambles along almost to the point of losing a reader, the characters are so real and the story so well told it keeps your curiosity churning and the pages turning to see what happens to the Drummond Family all the way from Tuscaloosa,… Continue
Added by John Wayne Cargile on June 9, 2009 at 6:58am —
Jill D. Hannah said: May 17th, 2009 7:05 pm
I finished the book yesterday and would love to get some extra background. How much of the book and the societies are real. Obviously the places are and the more famous personalities. Your characters were very believeable and the plot was riviting. There were alot of twists and turns that kept the reader guessing all the way throught. Great first novel, I'll be interested in reading more of your work.
Added by John Wayne Cargile on May 18, 2009 at 4:49am —