Archives for the month of: April, 2017

#Bookreview The Illuminati: The Counter Culture Revolution-From Secret Societies to Wikileaks and Anonymous by Robert Howells. Secrets, lies and conspiracies. #amreading http://ow.ly/vlQ250b8sOr

#Bookreview THE HUNDRED LIES OF LIZZIE LOVETT by Chelsea Sedoti (@chelseasedoti) An obnoxious and annoying main character that you’ll get to care about. #amreading http://ow.ly/50Bz50b6VMw

#Bookreview THE DEVIL’S PRAYER by Luke Gracias (@devils_prayer) Several books in one and all compelling and gripping. #amreading http://ow.ly/1QtE50b5niF

#TuesdayBookBlog #Bookreview PRACTICING NORMAL by Cara Sue Achterberg (@CaraAchterberg) A great book about the games families play and what love really is http://ow.ly/Kocb50b3Qq1

#Nuevolibro LIGADA DE NUEVO (DOMINANTES DEL FBI 1) de Michelle Zurlo (@MZurloAuthor) #BDSM con clase e intriga que os acelerará el corazón http://ow.ly/LQuc50b3Qq0

Sally Cronin with a suggestion for authors as to how to get more reviews. Thanks, Sally!

I am very keen to make reviews a prominent feature of the book promotions and encourage readers to review the books that they buy and enjoy, or not as the case may be. Word of mouth is still the mo…

Source: How can we encourage more readers to leave reviews for our books? | Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life

#Bookreview PALE HIGHWAY by Nicholas Conley (@NicholasConley1) A wonderful look at Alzheimer’s, with sci-fi, inspiration, genetics and metaphysics thrown in http://ow.ly/r4jk50b2q9K

#Bookreview THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE by Katherine Arden (@arden_katherine) A magical fairy-tale with a touch of the classics http://ow.ly/ANK850aYXBP

#Reviewblitz PETALS by Laurisa White Reyes (@lwreyes) Grief, survivor’s guilt, identity and family relations in a beautifully written book set in Guatemala. http://ow.ly/LD8Z50aXtb9

#Bookreview BIG LITTLE LIES by Liane Moriarty Dark chick-lit or humorous mystery wonderfully written and with great characters. http://ow.ly/7BYh50aVWgj

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