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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).

The Dark Mystery of “She Lies in Wait” by Gytha Lodge

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‘She Lies in Wait’ was a hell of a read! It’s a compelling mystery thriller which kept me wondering until the very end. So unlike popular opinion (aka Goodreads), I wasn’t able to solve the mystery until near the end.

A standalone review of ‘I Heart Forever’ by Lindsey Kelk

i heart forever by lindsey kelk
‘I Heart Forever’  is #7 in the I Heart series but it was the first I’ve read so my opinion will be focused on this volume on its own.
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Pantsers vs. Plotters, by David Michael Williams

Once upon a time, the stories poured from my fingertips.
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Review of ‘Christmas Ever After’ – Sarah Morgan

When it comes to reviewing this type of books (I call it my guilty pleasure), I don’t expect unpredictable plots or an amazing masterpiece. So the rating is based on how enjoyable and entertaining reading this book for me was (and to be completely honest, that’s how ratings work for me, in general).
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Interview with Bryant Reil – Fantasy Author

Bryant became interested in Fantasy when he was four years old, after having watched a play where the main character had to retrieve a dragon’s tear. For years, he has been writing scripts for TV shows, stories, and even a novel.
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Review of The Quantum Door – Jonathan Ballagh

This coming-of-age sci-fi thriller gets from me a final rating of 3.5 stars (4 stars on every other website that doesn’t accept half-stars), having earned the half-star in its last emotional moments plus the fact that it is beautifully illustrated.
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Tuesday Talks #4 – Do you shop for specific books or are you a browser?

The topic for this week is “Do you shop for specific books or are you a browser?”
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How and Why ‘Rarity from the Hollow’ Helps to Prevent Child Abuse – Guest Post

I’ve worked in the field of child advocacy for over forty years. A few months ago, I retired from my job as a children’s psychotherapist for an intensive mental health, day treatment program. Many of the kids in the program had been abused, some sexually. Part of my job was to facilitate group therapy sessions.

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