Archives for the month of: December, 2018

#Bookreview Trauma Recovery – Sessions With Dr. Matt: Narratives of Hope and Resilience for Victims with PTSD by Dr. Matt E. Jaremko, Beth Fehlbaum (@bethfehlbaum). Recommended to readers and professionals interested in #PTSD and to those considering therapy. #Non-fiction http://ow.ly/R0DW50k46T5

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#MerryChristmas and gift! – Dear readers: It’s that time of the year again. I thought I’d point it out in case you had not noticed. I considered doing something spectacular this year, but well, I’ve been a bit busy and I know you will be busy too, so here goes: And I thought I’d give you a Christmas present. http://ow.ly/AQj850k12PY

#Feliz Navidad y un #regalo – Queridos lectores: No sé si os habréis dado cuenta pero ya estamos en Navidad, o casi. Tenía pensado preparar algo muy espectacular, pero todos sabemos que la vida se complica, así que… Y para que la celebréis por todo lo alto he decidido haceros un regalo de Navidad, para que no se diga que solo http://ow.ly/6twg50k12PX

Thanks to great writer and blogger Christoph Fischer​ for this review of my latest novel “Deadly Quotes. Escaping Psychiatry 3.” A cracker. (The review, I mean!)

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Another one of my favourite authors brought out a new book and luckily for me, in the series of hers I like the best: “Escaping Psychiatry”

I do like a bit of psychological thrillers and psychological analysis, and this feeds pleasantly in this new book, which I would describe as a literary murder treasure hunt as friends and Doctors Mary Miller and Leah Deakin are puzzled over what may be a suicide note or a challenge by an incarcerated convicted murderer.
Could a serial killer behind bars have orchestrated another killing spree? Can the clues be found in his own autobiography?
Mary, a psychiatrist, survivor of attempted rape and murder, and amateur crime investigator by default, teams up with Leah Deakin, an FBI pathologist to solve the case and stop the series of killings.
Just as the official blurb promises, this is a gripping psychological thriller with two strong female…

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A great offer for the holidays on all of Marcia Meara’s books. All on offer. Prize for each $0.99

The Write Stuff

Ho, ho, ho, folks! Decided to extend the $.99 Christmas Sale price for ALL of my Kindle books through the end of the year. Take advantage of the fact that I’ll be too busy over the holidays to reset prices, and download your copies before Jan 1. (Preferably today!) 😀And thanks for helping me get the word out!

You can access all of my books from my Author’s Page HERE.

Or individual books below:
Wake-Robin Ridge Series:
Wake-Robin Ridge
A Boy Named Rabbit
Harbinger
Riverbend Series:
Swamp Ghosts
Finding Hunter
That Darkest Place
Emissary Novellas:
The Emissary: A Riverbend Spinoff
The Emissary 2: To Love Somebody
Poetry:
Summer Magic: Poems of Life & Love

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Don’t miss Sally Cronin’s offer of free e-copies of her books. She writes in all kinds of genres, from non-fiction health advice to short-story collections full of magic. I love them!

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Time for some self-promotion…. but I do come bearing gifts!

Here are a selection of my books that are on Kindle and therefore available on Amazon. I do have print versions but because of Amazon and its interpretation of the Inland Revenue rules on VAT…they are now only sold direct and through bookstores.

I am going to share the books and one of their reviews, and offer five of the E-versions to you as a Christmas gift. I have no expectation of a review, but I write books to be read, and it gives me pleasure to know that someone is intrigued enough to want to accept the book.

The offer runs from today 18th December until Midnight Christmas Eve 2018 wherever you live

I am an independent seller on Amazon so don’t do free versions of the book there. All you need to do is choose your book from…

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#TuesdayBookBlog THE LAST THING SHE SAID by Rachel Walkley (@RachelJWalkley) #RBRT A beautifully written feel-good story. – Hi all: I bring you a book by one of the authors I discovered though Rosie’s team. This is the second of her novels and… she’s a keeper! The Last Thing She Said by Rachel Walkley. Women’s fiction with a touch of the paranormal. A beautifully written feel-good story. “Beware of a man named Frederick http://ow.ly/dxK350jYa2Q

#Bookreview A CHANCE AT CHRISTMAS by Beppie Harrison (@BeppieHarrison) Recommended short feel-good #Christmasstory set in the Regency period. – Hi all: I don’t tend to read many books in this genre, but I am translating a historical romance novel and I’ve been reading novels set around the same period, for research, you know, and when I mentioned that to Rosie Amber, she suggested I check NetGalley, and I did. I plan on shearing a http://ow.ly/YLQ650jXwdP

Join Hugh Roberts’s appeal and help raise money for the Dog Trust. Merry Xmas!

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The Christmas tree is up, but something is missing. There are no gifts under it, and I need your help to put that right.

#christmastree #christmas #charity #dogstrust

For this year’s Christmas charity appeal, I’m asking you again to help me raise some money for The Dogs Trust.

The Dogs Trust, formerly known as the National Canine Defence League, is an animal welfare charity and humane society in the United Kingdom which specialises in the well-being of dogs. Click here to go to their website.

Want to get involved? Here’s what you need to do.

  1. In the comments section of this post, leave the name of your blog and a link to it. This can be a link to your ‘about me’ page, a favourite blog post you’ve published, or the home page of your blog.
  2. If you’re an author, you’re also welcome to leave a link to any books you have published. So, for example…

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Marie Lavender​ has a Mega Book Giveaway called Winter Love’s a Treat to celebrate her 500th Anniversary Post and Xmas! 199 chances to win. Don’t miss it!

I Love Romance Blog

Winter Love’s A Treat Mega Book Giveaway

Hi, readers! If you’re visiting the blog today, you are either a loyal follower, or you came across the site because you love “Romance” as much as I do. Both, perhaps? To mark our official 500th post, we’re having a rare, yet awesome event here on ILRB. And it’s just in time for Christmas…yay! 🙂

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Often enough, romance readers want to know…well, which book spurred an author’s interest in the genre. We all have to start somewhere, and a good writer is first a reader. So, I thought it would be cool to get a unique take on the genre straight from the source. Plus, what is more suitable for the blog’s theme – combining tips on romantic relationships with our avid love of romance novels – than a massive giveaway comprised of romance books?

Forty-two authors have banded…

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Living in the Gap

“Ruffled feathers and endless squawking over a minor difficulty is typical of a crow’s life. I lean back on the counter and realize that could be my line….”

Opinión y actualidad

Opinión sobre noticias y asuntos de actualidad

Los escritos de Héctor Browne

Blog (algo literario y algo viejo) de un Licenciado en Letras, diplomado en edición, y Profesor de Lenguaje.

Priscilla Bettis, Author

The making of a horror novelist.

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