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    David-Brian

    Free ebook: The Boy on the Beach

    Posted by David-Brian on Wed, December 19, 2012, in Books

    Following the success of my previous 'book promotion,' I have decided to release my novella, 'The Boy on the Beach.' It will be free to download until midnight on December 20th, and is available on kindle, and kindle for pc. Occult author, Philip Coope…

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      David-Brian

      Vampires and ghosts, free ebooks!

      Posted by David-Brian on Fri, December 14, 2012, in Books

      Interested in vampires or ghosts?! If so, and you own a kindle (or have kindle for pc), then you may be interested in downloading a couple of stories which I currently have running as free promotions. Both stories originally featured in 'Kaleen Rae.' 'T…

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        Xunaira Javed

        The Cursed City

        Posted by Xunaira Javed on Sun, December 2, 2012, in Books

        The Cursed City is a story of a thriving and prosperous city, whose citizens were loving and caring. The story starts with birth of a young boy, named Ali and the city being cursed by the ugly, old witch. The main protagonist, Ali, who is a ten-year-old k…

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          lsuprof

          Cracker

          Posted by lsuprof on Tue, November 27, 2012, in Books

          A great read about growing up country in America. This coming of age biography explores the effects that pejoratives like "Cracker" have upon the way others see us and the way we see ourselves.

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            David-Brian

            The Strange Case at Misty Ridge

            Posted by David-Brian on Sat, November 17, 2012, in Books

            Jack Keswick is a man who relishes a challenge, his experiences working as a psychic investigator mean that he has a wealth of knowledge, when it comes to dealing with things 'that go bump in the night'. But, when a desperate young woman calls on him for…

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              karenbwc

              To Cross A Line

              Posted by karenbwc on Fri, November 16, 2012, in Books

              Like many teenage boys, Egon Katz, 17, a Jewish baker's apprentice, is full of energy, big ideas, and love. But his home is Nazi Germany; it is one month after Kristallnacht; and life as he has known it is disintegrating. He comes to the attention of the…

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                karenbwc

                The T.F. Letters

                Posted by karenbwc on Fri, November 16, 2012, in Books

                Seven-year-old Alex starts to lose her baby teeth, begins a correspondence with the Tooth Fairy, and tries to accept the fact that her family is moving to a distant state. This is a good book for young readers, especially those transitioning from illustr…

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                  Carolyn Mandache

                  Do you gender stereotype?

                  Posted by Carolyn Mandache on Tue, November 13, 2012, in Books

                  Many a parent will have struggled with this issue, myself being one of them. My son is a wonderful, kind hearted, sensitive boy full of imagination, who likes fairies. I knew it would just be a phase, and he is starting to outgrow his fascination with the…

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                    BethC

                    Why Romance?

                    Posted by BethC on Mon, November 5, 2012, in Books

                    A long-time avid mystery reader, I’ve recently started to read and write romance. What is it that attracts me to the genre? I think that romance and mystery have the same draw for me – that in spite of the obstacles, in the end everything is the way it sh…

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