Check out this book review of Meditation For Warriors – Practical Mediation For Cops, Soldiers & Martial Artists by Loren W. Christensen as featured in this post from the Breakaway Consciousness Blog
Check out this post from my author blog.
Welcome to this week’s stock photo challenge.
There were some great submissions last week. You can check out their stories at these links
Here is a review of the rules:
- Write a story, poem or other type of prose of 100 words or less and post it on your blog.
- If you leave the link for your blog post in the comments of this post, I will share it on my blog.
Here is the photo for this week’s Stock Photo Challenge:
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 Lucinda E. Clarke which is also receiving terrific reviews. Amie: Savage Safari (Amie in Africa Book 5).
About the book
Amie, the world’s most reluctant spy is back.
Amie is assured that her next assignment will be easy and very safe. How could a safari camp in the African bush along with the President and international representatives from several countries possibly be dangerous?
She has no choice but to do as they say.
Simon has flown back to England for a brief meeting and then disappears. Amie has no idea where he is.
But not everyone is pleased about the rare and precious minerals discovered in the north and they are prepared to do whatever it takes to disrupt the safari and stop the auction even if it causes an international incident and people are killed.
Amie now has two lives to save…
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Check out these book reviews for March from this post on Mae Clair’s blog.
I’m so excited it’s April. Spring has arrived and all of the nasty white stuff is gone. That’s reason for celebration!
Another reason is all the great books I read last month, reviews of which I’m sharing today. I’m splitting the post in two parts, since I managed to read nine books in March. Moving forward, I plan to break my reviews into a mid-month post and an end of the month post so there isn’t so much back-to-back (although It’s unlikely I’ll read this many books again in a single month!).
To read the blurbs and learn about each title, click the Amazon link after my review. I hope you discover something to add to your TBR. And remember to check back tomorrow for part two!
The Beast Within
by Jacquie Biggar
A wonderful blend of multiple genres, The Beast Within , is the second book the Mended…
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Check out this book review of Sue Coletta’s SILENT MAYHEM featured in this post from Staci Troilo’s blog.
Ciao, amici! Another Tuesday, another book review. I’m excited to share my thoughts on the latest installment of Sue Coletta’s Mayhem Series: Silent Mayhem.
Some things in life defy comprehension, but that doesn’t make them any less real. Or deadly.
When a familiar crow drops a cryptic scroll at Shawnee Daniels’ feet, she’s compelled to open it, even though everything in her power warns her not to. Mr. Mayhem—the most prolific serial killer the North Shore has ever known—claims her life is in danger. He “claims” he wants to help her, but just last year he threatened to murder everyone she loves.
While Mayhem taunts her with oddly-placed feathers, like The Creator left at his crime scenes, an interstate killing spree rocks Massachusetts and New Hampshire. A madman is decapitating men and women, dumping their headless corpses on two area beaches. But what Shawnee soon uncovers shatters all…
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Check out this post from my author blog.
As I look at my writing notebook (you should consider carrying one), I see the dozens of story, setting and character ideas that I have collected and I’m both inspired and anxious.
There are many ideas that I want to turn into stories. It’s hard to write one at a time. At any given time I have a book and some kind of serial or short story going at the same time. This is tough with a 50 hour per seek day job and 45 weeks of travel per year, but I somehow manage to squeeze in some writing.
As I looked at these ideas, I began thinking about where the ideas that I’ve recorded come from. It though that telling you some of my sources might help you look at some idea generation possibilities you might not have thought of.
During the past eight years, I have flown…
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Check out this post from the Quiet Knitter blog with a review of The Librarian Of Auschwitz by Antonio Iturbe
It’s a great honour to be part of the blog tour for The Librarian of Auschwitz today, even more so as I’m kicking off the tour with the first review.
- Title: The Librarian of Auschwitz
- Author: Antonio Iturbe
- Translator: Lilit Zekulin Thwaites
- Publisher: Ebury Press
- Publication Date: 4th April 2019
Early copy received from publisher for review purposes.
For readers of The Tattooist of Auschwitz and The Choice: this is the story of the smallest library in the world – and the most dangerous.
‘It wasn’t an extensive library. In fact, it consisted of eight books and some of them were in poor condition. But they were books. In this incredibly dark place, they were a reminder of less sombre times, when words rang out more loudly than machine guns…’
Fourteen-year-old Dita is one of the many imprisoned by the Nazis at Auschwitz. Taken, along with her mother…
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