Archives for the month of: March, 2017

#Bookreview PEARL HARBOR. FROM INFAMY TO GREATNESS by Craig Nelson (@Craig_Nelson) Thorough and detailed look at the historical event and its background. http://ow.ly/QbNu50axABu

Thanks to D. G. Kaye for sharing this post. Full of ideas (I’ve never done a book signing but you never know).

You finally worked up the nerve to ask a real, live bookstore to have you sign books at an event! Okay, you emailed them. But they replied and now you have a signing event! Woo hoo! Uh oh…

Source: 9 Ways To Avoid A Humiliating Public Failure At Your Book Signing Event | Dan Alatorre – AUTHOR

#Bookreview LIFE IN A FISHBOWL by Len Vlahos (@LenVlahos) Everything is possible with a little help from your friends http://ow.ly/HFSt50aw8Q5

#Bookreview LET THE DEAD SPEAK: A MAEVE KERRIGAN CRIME THRILLER (Maeve Kerrigan, Book 7) by Jane Casey (@JaneCaseyAuthor) A good read, entertaining and that will keep readers guessing http://ow.ly/9Vfk50auCHE

#Bookreview #RBRT THE SILENT KOOKABURRA by Liza Perrat (@LizaPerrat) Australia from the point of view of a child with an edge of creepiness and intrigue #TuesdayBookBlog http://ow.ly/xSNQ50ataCb

#Bookreview KILL THE NEXT ONE by Federico Axat (@FedericoAxat) A twisted and twisting thriller that questions identity, sanity, family, good and evil, and the nature of narration. http://ow.ly/taZk50arJh0

I do love owls so I couldn’t resist. Thanks to Teagan for alerting me to it and to Chris for sharing.

Reblogged on WordPress.com

Source: Find the owls! | Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

#Bookreview Her Last Breath: A shocking psychological thriller perfect for Hitchcock fans (Detective Kerri Blasco Book 2) by J.A. Schneider (@JoyceSchneider1 ) Suspense, red herrings, and a couple of detectives to keep an eye on. http://ow.ly/Fu1q50aohQe

#Bookreview Have Bags, Will Travel: Trips and Tales — Memoirs of an Over-Packer by D.G. Kaye (@pokercubster) Therapeutic for travellers as it shows you it could be worse! http://ow.ly/7diy50amKgt

Reblogging a spotlight on Bob Van Laerhove whose great novel ‘Baudelaire’s Revenge’ I reviewed recently. Fascinating.

Welcome!   Please introduce yourself. I am a Belgian/Flemish professional author – and have been for 23 years – who has published more than 35 books in Holland and in Belgium, and who has been tran…

Source: Author Spotlight – Bob Van Laerhoven | Writer’s Treasure Chest

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