Corporate Cowboy by Stuart Anderson – Review, Guest Post + Giveaway #business #restaurant

Guest Post A letter from the author to his readers: I woke up the day after my 90th birthday bash and asked myself, “What do I do now? I have lots of time. Maybe?” I don’t expect to blow out 100 candles. The number one question I’ve always been asked is how did I get … Read More

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Aoléon The Martian Girl by Brent LeVasseur – Review @aoleontmg @Nouveauwriter #martiangirl​ #sci-fi​

Aoléon The Martian Girl by Brent LeVasseur A Science Fiction and Fantasy Saga – Part 1: First Contact Category: Middle-Grade, ​94​ pages Genre: Science-fiction and Fantasy Publisher: Aoléon Press Release date: January 31, 2015 Crop circles magically appear in Farmer Johnson’s field. A mysterious light sweeps over the night sky and awakens Farmer Johnson and … Read More

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Little Things Long Remembered by Susan Newman, PhD – Review, Guest Post + Giveaway

Guest Post 5 Building Blocks for Creating Strong Family Bonds Strengthen your connection even when you’re busy by Susan Newman, Ph.D., author of Little Things Long Remembered: Making Your Children Feel Special Every Day Hectic schedules stretch parents and children in so many households today, making carving out time for family harder than ever before. … Read More

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Death Never Sleeps by E.J. Simon – Review + Guest Post #technothriller #suspense @JimEJSimon @Nouveauwriter

Guest Post On Writing by E.J. Simon I try to write every day. I have no die-hard rituals. I probably should. To the degree that I do have a routine or ritual, I try to have music playing in the background. If I’m writing a murder scene, I may put on the soundtrack from the … Read More

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The Publicist by Christina George – Audiobook Review, Guest Post + Giveaway

Guest Post How I Came to Write The Publicist by Christina George First, let me say that I never planned to write two books, let alone three. But the first book will be special in a way that goes beyond it being just a book. I had gone through a bad breakup with the real … Read More

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Whiny Whiny Rhino by McBoop – Children's Book Review

Whiny Whiny Rhino by McBoop Can Tiny Tiny Rhino have a fun day? Or will all of his whining get in the way? If you’ve ever been worried to try something new, then Whiny Whiny Rhino is the book for you! The story’s message is like the Mark Twain quote, “I’ve had a lot of … Read More

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The Verona Trilogy by Lory S. Kaufman – Review @lorykaufman

The Verona Trilogy by Lory S. Kaufman is an adventurous series that takes readers along on the life-changing journey of three 24th century teens. Travel in time to 14th century Verona Italy with them and get lost in this exciting sci-fi, historical fiction tale. The Lens and the Looker by Lory S. Kaufman Book I … Read More

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Hypocrisy by D.M. Annechino – Review + Guest Post @DMHemingway

Hypocrisy by D.M. Annechino is a fast-paced, top notch mystery/thriller. The concept of the story is so rich with possibilities, I couldn’t wait to see where the author took the story. The characters are strongly developed and I felt I could easily relate with Amaris Dupree and T.J. Brown, the two detectives in the case. … Read More

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The Publicist Book One and Two by Christina George – Book Review + Guest Post

Guest Post When Pigs Fly and Other Harrowing Publicist Stories I have a friend who does freelance publicity, she’s a brave soul. Back when I did freelancing (before my New York publishing days) I was never at the mercy of people who, hmmm, for lack of a better term, went off their meds. With so … Read More

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