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Lions in Africa: The British and Irish Lions and the Hunt for the Springboks by Chris Schoeman and David McLennan — Linda’s Book Bag

My grateful thanks to Phillip Dean at Amberley for sending me a copy of Lions in Africa: The British & Irish Lions and the Hunt for the Springboks by Chris Schoeman and David McLennan in return for an honest review. … Continue reading

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So . . . You Wrote a Book, Now What? — LITERARY TITAN

Every aspiring writer should get a hold of this book not only because of the great advice given by Christian Freed but also because of how funny he is when explaining concepts. So . . . You Wrote a Book, … Continue reading

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Check Out this Super Cute Book, Dog Park by Kathryn Kazoleas! @kkazoleaswriter @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours #MGBooks #MiddleGrade #BookBlitz #KidsBooks — Reads & Reels

How cute is this book! Read on for more info about Dog Park by Kathryn Kazoleas! Check Out this Super Cute Book, Dog Park by Kathryn Kazoleas! @kkazoleaswriter @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours #MGBooks #MiddleGrade #BookBlitz #KidsBooks

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Review: A History of Fort Sumter: Building a Civil War Landmarks — The Domain for Truth

This is one of the books I finished while on vacation! A weekend non-fiction fun read as a break from heavy theological reading: Because Pastors need a break also! Haven’t done one of these in a while! Review: A History … Continue reading

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“Bitter Edge” by Rachel Lynch – Book Review @CaneloCrime @r_lynchcrime #BitterEdge #BookReview — Fictionophile

DI Kelly Porter is faced with an important case in this, the fourth novel in the series. Jenna Fraser, a sixteen year old athlete, has jumped from a cliff in the Peaks. With everything to live for, Kelly is distraught … Continue reading

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The Promise of Summer by Bella Osborne — Linda’s Book Bag

I’ve long been meaning to read Bella Osborne because I’ve heard such good things about her writing so when El at Avon Books sent me a copy of The Promise of Summer in return for an honest review I was … Continue reading

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what i read in august: a monthly wrap up — alliereads.com

Hey besties! So did August go past incredibly quickly, or was that just me? Where did the month go? I swear, the longer I’m in lockdown, the more I believe that time actually doesn’t mean anything and we are all … Continue reading

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Fictional Action And A Pinch of Humor — LITERARY TITAN

Valor Tale: Disenthrall follows a band of freedom fighters fighting to go on an epic journey to save humanity from a forgotten biological project. What was the inspiration for the setup of your story? When I was growing up I … Continue reading

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Enjoy Every Minute: Eight Perfect Hours by Lia Louis — Chocolate’n’Waffles

This book is an emotional storm in the best possible way. The calm and quiet life of Noelle is disturbed by snow. I mean it. Real snow. A full blizzard! And all of a sudden she finds herself talking to … Continue reading

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“Last Summer” by Kerry Lonsdale – Book Review — Fictionophile

If you are looking for an escapist, light read, then this novel could very well be for you. I was in the mood for just such a book, yet this one left me underwhelmed. “Last Summer” by Kerry Lonsdale – … Continue reading

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