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Natasha R. Robinson’s “Beautiful Disaster” is a tale of hope and self-love

Beautiful Disaster Natasha R Robinson
“Beautiful Disaster” is raw, real, and reader-centered.

Meet Fierce Princesses in “Rescuing the Prince” by Meghann McVey

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‘Rescuing The Prince’ is a hidden gem! A fairy tale in the modern world where princesses don’t need to be rescued.

Interview with Natalie Johanson, author of “Shadow’s Voice”

Shadows Voice by Natalie Johanson
It’s with great pleasure I have today Natalie Johanson, the talented author of Shadow’s Voice, the first of what will become a trilogy. If you want to know more about Natalie’s inspiration and this magical book, check this interview.

Interview with D.J. Williams, author of “The Auctioneer”

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I’m really excited to introduce you to my guest today, D.J. Williams. His previous novels, The Disillusioned and Waking Lazarus, garnered praise from Hollywood’s elite, and his latest novel, The Auctioneer, is now available to pre-order.

“An Anonymous Girl” caught in disturbing experiment! by Greer Hendricks; Sarah Pekkanen

‘An Anonymous Girl’ was twisted, intriguing, and thought-provoking – all in one. Such a page-turner that I couldn’t put this book down for anything.

And then it gets… “Too Close” by Natalie Daniels

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‘Too Close’ is a psychological thriller that got me hooked from the very beginning. In fact, I’m going to give it 5 stars even though it’s not perfect (but as we all know, perfection is impossible to achieve).
Social Media marathon

The Social Media Marathon, by Dan Alatorre

Can you run 5 miles right now? Like stand up, go outside, and run five miles? No? Don’t feel bad, 99% of people you know can’t either.

Tuesday Talks #6 – Do you keep both a hard back and soft back of the same titles?

Do you keep both a hardback and soft back of the same titles?
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The Fandom Tipping-Point, by Benedict Patrick

I vividly remember my first time.
the summer that melted everything

Interview with Tiffany McDaniel – ‘The Summer That Melted Everything’

Tiffany’s debut novel, The Summer That Melted Everything, is being published by St Martins Press/ Macmillan this July 26th (you might get a treat if you pre-order).
Under the Trees

Review of ‘Under the Trees’ – Ashley Maker

Sometimes all you want to do is read a fairy tale, and believe in the good of the world – that good people can win, and that princesses live happily ever after. But make no mistake, Under the Trees is more than that, it carries an empowering message.
how many pages

Tuesday Talks #5 – How many pages before giving up on a book?

Do you read a specific amount of pages before giving up on a book you are not enjoying?

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