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#TuesdayBookBlog Everyone Dies (Karma’s Children Book 3) by John Dolan(@JohnDolanAuthor). It ends with a bang, not with a whimper. – Hi all: I bring you the latest (and last in the series) novels by one of my favourite indie authors: Everyone Dies (Karma’s Children Book 3) by John Dolan “An obsession with revenge might not be great for your mental health, but at least it’s calorie-free.” Private detective David Braddock is holed-up on the Thai http://ow.ly/CAaL50w3F3x

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#Bookreview A Single Thread by Tracy Chevalier (@Tracy_Chevalier) (@BoroughPress) An accurate look at the lot of a woman in England between the wars, recommended to lovers of historical fiction, needlework, and cathedrals http://ow.ly/A5Wo50w1ZkB

Lovers of dark fantasy shouldn’t miss this opportunity. Six fantasy novels #free

The Write Stuff

While Marcia is clearing up her dead moss monster following Hurricane Dorian’s unwelcome visit, I thought I’d quickly share the news that book #1 in my Five Kingdoms fantasy series, THE PRINCE’S MAN, is part of a FREE boxed set. So, if you’ve hesitated about trying it, you can pick it up now without parting with a cent.

It’s marketed as ‘Dark Fantasy’, but that’s only on the grounds the books contain some violence (sword fights, anyone?) and darker themes. To be fair, I haven’t read the others, so I can’t vouch fully for their content, but this was the second set put together by Patty Jensen, the other set having the criteria of being ‘wholesome and sweet’.

The set is currently sitting pretty in the top 10 free fantasy books on Amazon, but it can always do with a few more downloads – PLEASE SHARE!

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Anybody interested in Dick Turpin will enjoy this post, and there’s an excerpt from Robbie Cheadle’s new novel you shouldn’t miss.

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

The myth of Dick Turpin

Fiction writer, Harrison Ainsworth, glamourised thief and highway man, Dick Turpin, in his 1834 novel, Rookwood. The novel is set in England in 1737 at a manor house called Rookwood Place and the plot revolves around the mysterious death of the owner, Piers Rookwood, and the subsequent rivalry for inheritance of the property between his two sons.

During the course of the story, Dick Turpin, a highway man, is introduced at the manor under the pseudonym Palmer. During his stay, Palmer makes a bet with one of the other house guests that he can capture Dick Turpin. He is eventually forced to escape upon his horse, Black Bess. The horse, although fast enough to stay ahead of all the other horses, eventually collapses and dies from the stress of the escape.

In the novel, Ainsworth describes Turpin as galloping north in the dark: “His blood…

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#TuesdayBookBlog The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead by Colson Whitehead (@LittleBrownUK). Inspiring, tough, appalling. A must read. – Hi all: I bring you today the review of a book by an author who’s become well-known but I hadn’t managed to catch up with yet. I’m happy I have now. Extraordinary. The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead by Colson Whitehead Author of The Underground Railroad, Colson Whitehead, brilliantly dramatizes another strand of American history thr… http://ow.ly/noUb50vU3Ic

#BookReview Surrendered Stories by Kristin Fouquet (@KristinFouquet). Whimsical, touching and atmospheric stories and photographs – Hi all: I bring you the review of a pretty special book. If you’re looking for something a little different and love black & white photos, this is your book. Surrendered Stories with photographs by Kristin Fouquet These four surrendered stories are accompanied by twenty-four b&w photographs. In “Cocteau’s Ransom”, two dognappers believe… http://ow.ly/94Ii50vSRDg

#TuesdayBookBlog There She Goes by Lynne Shelby (@LynneB1) A light-hearted read recommended to lovers of rom-com, theatre, and London. – Hi all, I bring you a fun and light read, thanks once more to Rosie Amber, the heart of Rosie’s Book Review Team. There She Goes by Lynne Shelby ‘A delightful romantic read set amidst the drama, hopes and dreams of aspiring stage stars – a must for theatre lovers!’ – Grace Lowrie, author of Before We http://ow.ly/SzZG50vKw3N

#Bookreview Emperors of Rome: The Monsters: From Tiberius to Theodora, AD 14–548 (History of Terror) by Paul Chrystal (@penswordbooks). A great introductory read to some of the darkest figures in Roman History. http://ow.ly/nGsb50vJgLJ

#TuesdayBookBlog NINE PERFECT STRANGERS by Liane Moriarty (@PenguinRandomUK) Recommended to wellness retreats enthusiasts with a sense of humour – Hi all. I hope you’re enjoying the summer. Although this book takes place in January, that is Australian January, and somehow it feels like an appropriate read for summer. Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty THE SUNDAY TIMES NO. 1 BESTSELLER AND RICHARD & JUDY SPRING BOOK CLUB PICK, FROM THE AUTHOR BEHIND AWARD WINNI… http://ow.ly/7ogf50vCLl9

#BookReview Nursing Through the Years: Care and Compassion at the Royal London Hospital by Loretta B Bellman, Sue Boase, Sarah Rogers, Barbara Stuchfield A highly recommended journey through the last 80 years of nursing in a UK hospital. http://ow.ly/xpMO50vBvZB

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….”

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

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