Check out this guest post by author Ellen Jacobson as featured on Barb Taub's blog.
Check out these great reading links from this post on the When Genres Collide blog
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- https://coldhandboyack.wordpress.com/2018/05/20/the-yak-guy-project-our-review-originalfiction-distopian-virgilante/ When you’re rescued by a talking yak, the situation gets exponentially worse. You have obviously lost your mind. The immediate needs of a ride off the salt pan and searing heat, along with a drink of water, outweigh the concerns about your mental state.
- https://coldhandboyack.wordpress.com/2018/05/24/the-fireborn-on-lisaburtonradio/ In the shadowy area where myth and history collide, an unlikely hero is forced to save the world from an ancient Celtic curse. Dr. Elliot Everett-Jones knows that shadowy area well, having spent most of his life exploring its dimensions as given by a host of unreliable sources and imaginative speculation. Some would say he daydreams over the improbable plots of second-rate Romantic era authors. These fantasies, however, come to life after the discovery of the Cauldron of the Dead.
- https://mightythorjrs.com/2018/05/23/a-quick-book-review-dust-of-dreams-malazan-book-9-by-steven-erikson/ All I have been hearing since I started reading Fantasy again in 2011 is…
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Check out this review of the book, Changing Patterns, by Judith Barrow, as featured in this post from The Write Stuff blog as part of the #ShareAReviewDay feature.
Let’s welcome Judith Barrow next, with a review that encompasses her entire Howarth Family Trilogy, with prequel and anthology. I know you’ll enjoy this amazing set of reviews, and will want to click on the Continue Reading link to see what each book has to offer. And thank you all for sharing this one, too!
Review byBarb Taub
Mary is a nursing sister at Lancashire prison camp for the housing and treatment of German POWs. Life at work is difficult but fulfilling, life at home a constant round of arguments, until Frank Shuttleworth, a guard at the camp turns up. Frank is difficult to love but persistent and won’t leave until Mary agrees to walk out with him.
We’ve all read epic family sagas—sweeping multi-generational tales like The Thorn Birds, The Godfather, Roots, the Star Wars franchise, and anything remotely connected to the British Monarchy. So…
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Check out this review of the book, Amanda in New Mexico, by Darlene Foster, as featured on #ShareAReviewDay from this post on The Write Stuff blog.
Today, our first guest is Darlene Foster, who is sharing a lovely review of her book, Amanda in New Mexico. I know you’ll enjoy this review, and will share it on all your social media. Thanks!
Review by Patricia Tilton of Children’s Books Heal
Amanda in New Mexico: Ghosts in the Wind
Suitable for Ages: 9-12
Themes: Adventure, School trip, New Mexico, Haunted hotel, Ancient pueblo, Ghosts
Amanda Ross is on a school trip to Taos, New Mexico with several of her fellow creative students. She shares a room with Cleo, an anxious classmate who insists she see ghosts. Although Amanda is determined to prove there is no such things, she can’t seem to shake the feeling that something or someone is watching her.
Join Amanda, Cleo and their funny friend, Caleb, as they visit a rugged and beautiful landscape where a traditional hacienda, an ancient pueblo, and…
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Check out this review of the book, The Congress of Rough Writers: Flash Fiction Anthology Vol. 1, as featured on Robbie’s Inspiration blog
What Amazon says
Witness great feats of literary art from daring writers around the world: stories crafted in 99 words.
Flash fiction is a literary prompt, form, and tool that unites writers in word play. This creative craft hones a writer’s skills to write tight stories and explore longer works. It’s literary art in thoughtful bites, and the collective stories in this anthology provide an entertaining read for busy modern readers.
Writers approach the prompts for their 99-word flash with creative diversity. Each of the twelve chapters in Part One features quick, thought-provoking flash fiction. Later sections include responses to a new flash fiction prompt, extended stories from the original 99-word format, and essays from memoir writers working in flash fiction. A final section includes tips on how to use flash fiction in classrooms, book clubs, and writers groups.
CarrotRanch.com is an online literary community where writers can practice craft…
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Check out the book, Absolution, by Paul Hardisty, as featured in this post from The Quiet Knitter blog.
I am thrilled to welcome you to my stop on the Orenda Books blog tour for the latest novel by Paul Hardisty, which is sadly the last of the Claymore Straker series. Whilst it’s the last of the series, word is it’s quite possibly one of the best too … be sure to check out some of the reviews on the blog tour if you don’t believe me!
It is 1997, eight months since vigilante justice-seeker Claymore Straker fled South Africa after his explosive testimony to Desmond Tutu’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission. In Paris, Rania LaTour, journalist, comes home to find that her son and her husband, a celebrated human rights lawyer, have disappeared. On an isolated island off the coast of East Africa, the family that Clay has befriended is murdered as he watches.
So begins the fourth instalment in the Claymore Straker series, a breakneck journey through…
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Check out this review of the book, Charmcaster (Spellslinger #3) by Sebastien de Castell, as featured in this post on The Tattooed Book Geek blog.