Archives for the month of: April, 2019

#TuesdayBookBlog TWO RIVERS, ONE STREAM (Karma’s Children Book 2) by John Dolan (@JohnDolanAuthor) Unmissable #Bookreview – Hi all: I told you already that I was reading this book, and yes, it’s irresistible. Two Rivers, One Stream (Karma’s Children Book 2) by John Dolan. Twists, turns, exotic locations and philosophical insights. Unmissable. “All rivers flow to the sea; yet the sea is not full.” On the Thai island of Samui, widowed private http://ow.ly/S2nA50te4wb

#TuesdayBookBlog SEAGULLS OVER WESTMINSTER by Richard Wade (@wadecomply). An amusing and fun read about UK local politics. #RBRT – Hi all. I bring you a review I’ve completed for Rosie’s Book Review Team. I am back in one piece (I think) from my break, and it was fascinating although quite tiring as well. I hope to catch up on some of the reviews in the next couple of weeks, and I have something else planned http://ow.ly/yvyT50te4wc

Do you trust Sally Cronin? I sure do!

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Since this series began in January 2018 there have been over 400 Posts from Your Archives where bloggers have taken the opportunity to share posts to a new audience… mine.

The topics have ranged from travel, childhood, recipes, history and the most recent series was on any aspect about family.

Many of the posts were written at the start of a blogger’s experience and perhaps there were not as many followers at the time. Such a shame not to reshare all the hard work that went into the post in the first place.

It is an opportunity to showcase your writing skill to my readers and also to share on my social media. Which combined is around the 40,000 mark. If you are an author your books will be mentioned too, along with their buy links and your other social media contacts.

So what is different about this series?

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#TuesdayBookBlog RESTLESS EARTH (KARMA’S CHILDREN BOOK 1) by John Dolan. Everything a lover of complex mysteries could wish for. – Hi all: I have the pleasure of bringing you the first novel in a trilogy by one of my favourite mystery/detective novel writers, John Dolan. Restless Earth (Karma’s Children Book 1) by John Dolan “It’s not always easy to tell the good guys from the bad guys. And sometimes, there are no good guys.” Four http://ow.ly/uB3Z50qnIkG

NUREMBERG’S VOICE OF DOOM: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF THE CHIEF INTERPRETER AT HISTORY’S GREATEST TRIALS by Wolfe Frank (@penswordbooks) A must read – Hi all: I bring you a fabulous book about one of those people that seem too big for everyday life. Nuremberg’s Voice of Doom: The Autobiography of the Chief Interpreter at History’s Greatest Trials by Wolfe Frank The memoirs of Wolfe Frank, which lay hidden in an attic for twenty-five years, are a unique and http://ow.ly/ufX150qfzEq

#TuesdayBookBlog THE WRONGFUL DEATH: THE GREAT DEVIL WAR III by Kenneth B. Andersen (@K_B_Andersen) Another fun and thrilling book in a great series. #YA – Hi all: Today I bring you the third book in a series I’m really enjoying. The Wrongful Death: The Great Devil War III by Kenneth B. Andersen Multi-award winning series, published in 10 countries, movie rights optioned! Continuing the dark adventure that begins with The Devil’s Apprentice and The Die of Death. An … http://ow.ly/fYBT50pACw2

#TuedayBookblog POINTE PATROL: HOW NINE PEOPLE (AND DOG) SAVED THEIR NEIGHBORHOOD FROM THE MOST DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN CALIFORNIA’S HISTORY by Earik Beann (Earik Beann) #RBRT An inspiring true story – Hi all: Today I bring you another non-fiction book, although totally different to yesterday’s (well, there are trees as well but…) Pointe Patrol: How nine people (and a dog) saved their neighborhood from the most destructive fire in California’s history by Earik Beann. An… http://ow.ly/KzNi50oNAQH

#Bookreview A HISTORY OF TREES by Simon Wills (@WillsyWriter) (@penswordbooks) The perfect gift for nature. #non-fiction – Hi all: Another different offering from me, and I think it will make a great gift: A History of Trees by Simon Wills The perfect gift for nature lovers who enjoy amusing trivia, stories, and photographs. Have you ever wondered how trees got their names? What did our ancestors think about trees, and how were they used in http://ow.ly/cJoX50oJFLi

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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