Check out this post from Sally Cronin's blog with what's new on the shelves of Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore
Check out this review of the book, The Kennedy Detail: JFK’s Secret Service Agents Break Their Silence by Gerald Blaine from this post on Michael Turashoff’s blog
A really awesome account of the Kennedy period just before, during and just after his assassination. This book not only explains a turning point in modern history, JFK’s assassination, but it also gives his Secret Service detail a human quality.
Far too often we see the secret service as a bunch of humorless, intimidating dudes you don’t want to mess with. Well, this book confirms all those feelings but also portrays them as real people who took their job extremely seriously and the Kennedy assassination very personal.
In the aftermath of the assassination, these men were literally crushed. Sure they picked themselves up, brushed themselves off and moved on because that’s what heroes do but it had to be excruciating. As a matter of fact, judging by the book, it…
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Check out this book, Jerry the Crabby Crayfish, by Janice Spina as featured in this post from her blog.
Jemsbooks most popular book for children is Jerry the Crabby Crayfish! When I wrote this book in 2014 I didn’t realize how popular crabby Jerry would become. We have sold more of this book than any another other books combined so far.
Jerry was a real crayfish that lived in a 35-gallon salt water tank in our kitchen. We had him for several years. He was quite a character and would interact with us by waving his claws when he was hungry or if one of the grandchildren tapped on his tank. He didn’t like that. When he passed I shed a few tears. He really was lovable even though a little crabby at times. It was always entertaining watching him maneuver around the tank and in between the fish that were his neighbors and when he shed his outer skeleton for a new on. He really was a…
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Who’s Sorry Now? Is a collection of four crime and romance stories. It’s about love, betrayal and dreams. Do we really know the people we love? Can love be rekindled? Do dreams come true? The truth always comes out in the end. Huge thanks to Sarah Hardy from Book on the Bright Side Publicity and the…
Check out what’s new on the shelves of Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore from this post on Sally Cronin’s blog.
Delighted to showcase the latest release from Jacqui Murray – Survival of the Fittest (Book 1 of the Crossroads Trilogy)
About the book
Five tribes. One leader. A treacherous journey across three continents in search of a new home. Written in the spirit of Jean Auel, Survival of the Fittest is an unforgettable saga of hardship and determination, conflict and passion.
Chased by a ruthless enemy, Xhosa leads her People on a grueling journey through unknown and dangerous lands following a path laid out decades before by her father, to be followed only as a last resort. She is joined by other fleeing tribes from Indonesia, China, South Africa, East Africa, and the Levant, all similarly forced by timeless events to find new lives. As they struggle to overcome treachery, lies, tragedy, secrets, and Nature itself, Xhosa is forced to face the reality that her enemy doesn’t want to ruin…
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Check out this post from the Quiet Knitter blog celebrating indie publishing with the book, Sunwise, by Helen Steadman.
Today’s post for Celebrating Indie Publishing features a review of a book that I anticipated so eagerly, the follow up to a book that I got at Christmastime and devoured in one day, and in true book addict style, I finished this one in one day too!
- Title: Sunwise
- Author: Helen Steadman
- Publisher: Impress Books
- Publication Date: 1 April 2019
Early copy received from publisher for review purposes.
When Jane’s lover, Tom, returns from the navy to find her unhappily married to his betrayer, Jane is caught in an impossible situation. Still reeling from the loss of her mother at the hands of the witch-finder John Sharpe, Jane has no choice but to continue her dangerous work as a healer while keeping her young daughter safe.
But, as Tom searches for a way for him and Jane to be together, the witch-finder is still at large. Filled with vengeance…
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