Archives for the month of: March, 2019

#TuesdayBookBlog LEGACY (PROJECT RENOVA #4) by Terry Tyler (@TerryTyler4) The brightest jewel in the series recommended to those who love complex storytelling. #post-apocalyptic – Hi all: Today I bring you the fourth book in a trilogy! Yes, what can I say? We writers sometimes can’t let go. Best laid plans and all that. To be honest, I hope the author keeps going… Legacy (Project Renova #4) by Terry Tyler ‘Out of all the death and destruction has come the http://ow.ly/SXec50oalGc

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#Bookreview GODDESS OF THE RAINBOW by Patrick Brigham. A multitude of stories that make up a feel-good novel in an extraordinary setting. – Hi all: I’ve finally got around to reading this book, and I am pleased I have. GODDESS OF THE RAINBOW by Patrick Brigham. Goddess of The Rainbow is a very Greek story involving the rain, and how flooding changes us, moves the finger of fate, and causes us to reflect on our lives. A series http://ow.ly/YLNl50o4nBJ

#TuesdayBookBlog DAISY JONES AND THE SIX #daisyjonesandthesix by Taylor Jenkins Reid (@tjenkinsreid) Recommended to lovers of Rock & Roll, music, and the 1970s rock scene. – Hi all: For all of you Rock & Roll lovers, I bring you: Daisy Jones & The Six: A Novel by Taylor Jenkins Reid. A gripping novel about the whirlwind rise of an iconic 1970s rock group and their beautiful lead singer, revealing the mystery behind their infamous breakup. “I devoured Daisy Jones & T… http://ow.ly/J94r50nuwDo

#Bookreview #colouringbook UZBEKISTAN. AN EXPERIENCE OF CULTURAL TREASURES TO COLOUR by Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva (@penswordbooks). A beautiful gift – Hi all: This is an unusual book for me to review, but it is so gorgeous and would make such a perfect gift, I had to share it with you. Of course, in my opinion books are always great gifts, but if you’re looking for a spectacular book that can be enjoyed as an art http://ow.ly/hh1T50nqifA

Thanks to Sally Cronin for featuring a review for my little non-fiction book with a selection of great books by talented authors. ♥

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Welcome to Friday’s edition of the Cafe and Bookstore update with recent reviews and news from some of the talented authors on the shelves.

The first author with a recent review is frequent contributor to the blog Joy Lennick and her husband Eric… for their humorous take on life. The Moon is Wearing a Tutu.

About the collection.

A little book, full of jokes, Limericks, poems, short stories and one-liners, from husband and wife team, Joy and Eric Lennick. Both authors in their own “write”, they have collaborated to bring you this fun read.

A recent review for the collection

This book comprises of a number of unusual poems that certainly force you to think deeply by Joy Lennick and a few poems, limericks and humorous one-liner jokes by…

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#TuesdayBookBlog A PLAGUE OF PAGES: A HORROR STORY FROM THE DEAD BOXES ARCHIVE by John F. Leonard (@john_f_leonard) #RBRT A fun and fast horror novella. – Dear all: You might all have experienced the feeling that sometimes the stars align and everything comes together (yes, even when the results might be less than stellar). I had already agreed to read and review this novella when my friend and blogger extraordinaire Beetley Pete (he blogs about everything, from pho… http://ow.ly/JAYe50n0qYV

#Book review. THE DEVIL ASPECT by Craig Russell (@TheCraigRussell) (@ClaraHDiaz) Recommended to those who love #horror, psychology and historical police procedurals – Dear all: This novel was right up my alley, and I caught onto it thanks to the recommendation of one of my reviewer friends at Booklikes. Thanks, Chars Horror Corner! The Devil Aspect by Craig Russell. This is the description of the American version of the book: “A blood-pumping, nerve-shredding thrill… http://ow.ly/9eQL50mX6Bq

I totally agree. FREE should mean truly free. Let’s not lie.

Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog

One of my pet peeves in marketing is when someone offers something for free, but it isn’t really free. For example, recently I clicked on a free sample for a cosmetic, only to find that after getting your address details, they ask for a credit card because to get the free sample you have to subscribe to receiving a jar of cream every month and according to reviews, trying to cancel it is a nightmare! I closed the window and moved on.

In the realm of book sales, giving away free books has been a legitimate tactic since the indie publishing culture started. In the early days, free sales on Amazon would bump your sales figures and bring your book into that coveted top 100 where full price sales would follow. Amazon changed that so that the free books don’t affect the paid sales figures, but many authors still do…

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#TuesdayBookBlog #FULL LIGHT OF THE SUN by Clare Clark (@claresclark) (@ViragoBooks) A beautiful novel about history, art, and truth. – Dear all: Although I almost missed the chance to read this novel and participate in the blog tour, I’m pleased I managed. I loved it. In the Full Light of the Sun by Clare Clark A beautiful story about art, history, and what is truly important. In the Full Light of the Sun follows the fortunes http://ow.ly/BFxH50mAV5r

#Bookreview THE TAKING OF ANNIE THORNE by C.J. Tudor (@cjtudor) (@penguinrandom) #horror A well-written book but the plot might sound familiar – Hi all: I bring you the second book by an author whose debut novel I really enjoyed: The Taking of Annie Thorne: The spine-tingling new thriller from the bestselling author of The Chalk Man by C. J. Tudor. ‘Some writers have it, and C. J. Tudor has it big time. The Taking of Annie Thorne is terrific http://ow.ly/Ji0o50mwtLX

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