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The Treasure of Kefer Shimon by Clifford Stevens



The Treasure of Kefer Shimon

Title: The Treasure of Kefer Shimon

Author: Clifford Stevens

Publisher: iUniverse

Pages: 344

Genre: Men’s Adventure

Format: Ebook

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Added by Tracee Gleichner on July 28, 2014 at 6:23am — No Comments

I have several posts with news about new books.



5 Star Review for Bitter Chocolate by Dawn Greenfield Ireland. Book 2 in the Alcott Family adventures.

http://lynelleclarkaspiredwriter.blogspot.com/2014/07/5-star-review-for-bitter-chocolate-by.html…

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Added by Lynelle Clark on July 18, 2014 at 1:24am — No Comments

Blame the Cricket

So once upon a time there was a house full of humans, whose laughter undulated like a school of sardines though the ocean.  Most evening they sang happily, but other they were angry and distraught; they stared at each other and felt each other’s sadness and joys as if it were their own.  They were unfazed by the irregularity of their happiness, by the ups and downs of their innermost fears and hesitations.  They simply lived, without question. 

 

One day a little cricket snuck…

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Added by Virgilia Campos on July 14, 2014 at 6:50am — No Comments

Signs of a Serial Killer by Crystal Clary

Signs of a Serial Killer

Title: Signs of a Serial Killer

Author: Crystal Clary

Publisher: AuthorHouse

Pages: 198

Genre: True Crime

Format: Ebook

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Added by Tracee Gleichner on July 14, 2014 at 4:00am — No Comments

Blade of the Amazon by Eric Fluellen

 



Blade of the Amazon Title:
 Blade of the Amazon

Author: Eric Fluellen

Publisher: iUniverse

Pages: 212

Genre: Fantasy

Format: Ebook

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Added by Tracee Gleichner on July 11, 2014 at 3:32pm — No Comments

e-Commerce! Fulfilling Dreams!

Audio Book is Here!

 

"You'll fall even deeper in love with Fanny when you hear her voice,"  narrated by the author Sue Batton Leonard

Gift of a Lifetime:Finding Fulfilling Things in the Unexpected is now available in Audio Book format.

Brought to you through Audible.com - Amazon's audio book…

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Added by Sue Leonard on July 10, 2014 at 7:49am — No Comments

Signs of a Serial Killer by Crystal Clary

 

Signs of a Serial Killer

Title: Signs of a Serial Killer

Author: Crystal Clary

Publisher: AuthorHouse

Pages: 198

Genre: True Crime

Format: Ebook

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Added by Tracee Gleichner on July 9, 2014 at 3:43pm — No Comments

Writing for My Life in the Face of Death, with Focus on the Writing Life and Competing Sediments

Until a few days ago I was in a funk, missing B across the hall and also going through a rough patch with the chapter in my novel. Now B's family have cleared out her apartment, her memorial service has been held, and I am picking up my own life again. And I'm moving ahead with the chapter that was giving me trouble.

It's still the chapter about Mississippi Freedom Summer (1964) and most importantly how the pov character Sophie and her co-workers in the Adult Education Center…

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Added by Diane L. Fowlkes on July 6, 2014 at 4:43pm — 1 Comment

Reviews for Aunt Phil's Trunk. Giveaway

Introducing Alaska, and its treasures buried within Aunt Phil's Trunk by Laurel Downing Bill. Enter the giveaway and win your very own copy of Vol 1 & 2.…

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Added by Lynelle Clark on July 1, 2014 at 8:39am — No Comments

Song of the Earth - a novel being released in about a week.

Hi everyone, I am new to SW, and just learning how to get around in here, but did want to tell you I have a novel coming out in about a week.   Song of the Earth is a real experience as one of my reviewers said recently, it is a journey into our consciousness.   It's a love story taking place against the backdrop of illegal immigration on our Mexican border.  I worked as an innkeeper on the Arizona/Mexico border for twelve years, and also as a border activist.   Who would have ever…

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Added by C. Susan Nunn on June 28, 2014 at 11:32am — No Comments

Remembering Anne Frank

Having just passed the anniversary of the birth of Anne Frank, I find myself remembering her short yet unforgettable life.

            Anne Frank was born June 12, 1929, one week later, my mother Dina Frydman was born on June 20, 1929. Anne was born in Frankfurt, Germany, but her family moved to Amsterdam when she was four years old to escape the rise to power of the Nazis. My mother was born and lived with her loving family in Radom, Poland. Interestingly, Amsterdam and Radom lie…

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Added by Tema Merback on June 17, 2014 at 6:12pm — No Comments

Remembering Anne Frank

Having just passed the anniversary of the birth of Anne Frank, I find myself remembering her short yet unforgettable life.

            Anne Frank was born June 12, 1929, one week later, my mother Dina Frydman was born on June 20, 1929. Anne was born in Frankfurt, Germany, but her family moved to Amsterdam when she was four years old to escape the rise to power of the Nazis. My mother was born and lived with her loving family in Radom, Poland. Interestingly, Amsterdam and Radom lie…

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Added by Tema Merback on June 17, 2014 at 6:12pm — No Comments

Remembering Anne Frank

Having just passed the anniversary of the birth of Anne Frank, I find myself remembering her short yet unforgettable life.

            Anne Frank was born June 12, 1929, one week later, my mother Dina Frydman was born on June 20, 1929. Anne was born in Frankfurt, Germany, but her family moved to Amsterdam when she was four years old to escape the rise to power of the Nazis. My mother was born and lived with her loving family in Radom, Poland. Interestingly, Amsterdam and Radom lie…

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Added by Tema Merback on June 17, 2014 at 6:12pm — No Comments

Remembering Anne Frank

Having just passed the anniversary of the birth of Anne Frank, I find myself remembering her short yet unforgettable life.

            Anne Frank was born June 12, 1929, one week later, my mother Dina Frydman was born on June 20, 1929. Anne was born in Frankfurt, Germany, but her family moved to Amsterdam when she was four years old to escape the rise to power of the Nazis. My mother was born and lived with her loving family in Radom, Poland. Interestingly, Amsterdam and Radom lie…

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Added by Tema Merback on June 17, 2014 at 6:11pm — No Comments

Crime of Passion

Douglas saw Josie walking down the street with Tyrone.  "Repulsive", he thought.  "How could she spend her time with that disgusting smelly fool?" Tyrone walked first behind Josie, then ahead of her.  They stopped.  They kissed behind the tall bushes.  The love of his life was kissing Tyrone!  It was almost too much to bear.  She looked delighted, excited!  How could she? Why would she?

The next day Douglas pretended he had seen nothing.  He met her at the park, walked beside…

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Added by Virgilia Campos on June 16, 2014 at 8:00am — No Comments

Welcome Neil McGarry, Author of The Duchess of the Shallows

Food, like water, is life, but how many eat simply to stay alive? Food does more for us than simply sustain life, and in fantasy fiction it can do the same.



When my coauthor and I set out to write The Duchess of the Shallows, we knew instantly that Duchess' past life…

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Added by Shelley Workinger on June 13, 2014 at 5:50am — No Comments

Writing Motherhood: Driving with teens

 



 

Catherine driving Driving Mother

by Suzi Banks Baum

One tangle of mothering teens is this:

You emerge from sleep. You hear your teen making a smoothie. She is grinding what sounds to be at least two cement blocks lugged from the garage at a pre-dawn hour and placed without liquid in the Vitamix. You decide that getting up is better than pretending to sleep. Recalling an… Continue

Added by suzi banks baum on June 2, 2014 at 5:43pm — No Comments

Taking a Break

Hey guys, sorry I’m running a little late with this weeks blog. The long holiday weekend got me sort of behind, but a girls just got to work a little fishing into her schedule. And, by the way I caught one more fish than my husband on a recent afternoon of fishing. First time that’s ever happened, and probably the last. He is a very good fisherman.

 

Well summer break officially starts for my granddaughter Emma next week on June 3rd. Taking a break from school is a…

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Added by Sarah Martin Byrd on May 28, 2014 at 8:41am — No Comments

Hotels vs. Villas: The Holiday That Changed My Mind

Not too long ago I began to notice that my friends and I are very stuck in our ways when it comes to how we holiday. Like the majority of my friends I loved spending my holidays in hotels, I work hard all year and love the feeling of being pampered that I get when I stay in a luxury hotel.

Last year one of…

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Added by Nathalie Martin on May 28, 2014 at 5:01am — No Comments

Having Your Moving Work Done with the Help of Movers

There comes a point in everyone’s life, when you are to move from your current home to another residential place. This is surely a hectic time in one’s life considering that you are required to pack and plan for the transportation of your belongings. This means that in many cases, people are looking to opt for their cars to move out their belongings, but this requires substantial expense on the fuel and this is also going to take more time for finally completing the ordeal. This means that…

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Added by Rebecca Mason on May 28, 2014 at 12:30am — No Comments

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