Archives for the month of: July, 2018

#Bookreview THE WHITE CRUCIFIXION: A NOVEL ABOUT MARC CHAGALL by Michael Dean (@HollandParkPres) An inside look into the early life and creative process of Marc Chagall that goes well beyond a standard biography #arthistory http://ow.ly/teX250hZD1n

Folk tales, local legends and fairy stories? – Guest posts wanted! – via Folk tales, local legends and fairy stories? – Guest posts wanted! http://ow.ly/Pdjn50hZD1o

#TuesdayBookBlog JUST: A heart stopping thriller, full of emotion and twists by Jenny Morton Potts (@jmortonpotts) A challenging but satisfying book written in a unique voice that deals in momentous and relevant themes #RBRT http://ow.ly/xBds50hWlbQ

#Bookreview BROKEN SHELLS: A Subterranean Horror Novella by Michael Patrick Hicks Gore descriptions, mind-blowing action in a claustrophobic setting with nightmarish creatures. What else could we ask for? #horror http://ow.ly/XxtY50hVIUr

#TuesdayBookBlog #Bookreview SON OF A PREACHER MAN by Karen M. Cox (@KarenMCox1932) A #coming of age story full of atmosphere and a nostalgic look at a more innocent era#giveaway and guest post. – Hi all: I’m repeating author today and I bring you a book that’s definitely not of this time although the book was just published. I became aware of this book thanks to Rosie Amber and her fantastic Book Team Review (you must check her out if you haven’t yet, here). Karen … http://ow.ly/T4lM50hSx50

#Bookreview RETURN TO HIROSHIMA by Bob Van Laerhoven (@bobvanlaerhoven) An #ultra-noir novel for lovers of beautiful writing and dark subjects that probe the human psyche – Hi all: I bring you a book by an author who’s already visited my blog and left a lasting impression. Here it is: Return to Hiroshima by Bob Van Laerhoven 1995, Japan struggles with a severe economic crisis. Fate brings a number of people together in Hiroshima in a confrontation with dramatic cons… http://ow.ly/iTdk50hRXVN

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