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The Search For A Story When Writing a Book: How to Separate the Suck

The Search For A Story When Writing a Book: How to Separate the Suckby Guest Blogger

Guest post by Ishabelle Torry, author of To Wish Upon A Roman As an author and history major still in the midst of my studies enrolled in a university, I often research history that I find to be boring. Why? Because I have to in order to earn my degree, of course! My preferences in […]

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Review: Thoroughly Kissed (Charming, Book 2) by Kristine Grayson

Review: Thoroughly Kissed (Charming, Book 2) by Kristine Graysonby Keira

Summary: What would you do if you woke up 1000 years from now on another continent with a language that sounds like yours but isn’t? In Emma Lost’s case she learned as fast as she could and became a teacher. Smart move, until her new boss thinks she made it all up because she doesn’t […]

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Review: Almost Home by Pam Jenoff

Review: Almost Home by Pam Jenoffby Susan S.

By Susan S., Guest Reviewer Almost Home is a beautifully, captivating read, with plot twists galore and a who done it feel until the very end! Jordan Weiss (heroine) is an intelligence officer from Washington, D.C. She’s about to embark on a journey, which terrifies her, more than any covert operation she’s ever had. One […]

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