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2018 Reading Challenge

2018 Reading Challenge
Jill Elizabeth has read 25 books toward her goal of 175 books.

Q&A with Francis Levy, Author of Tombstone: Not a Western

Today I’m pleased to introduce you to author Francis Levy, whose new novel Tombstone: Not a Western is a comedic book about death, success, marriage, and the spirituality and funerary businesses. Sound intriguing? Wait until you read more about Levy – you’ll be doubly intrigued!

A Q&A with Francis Levy about Tombstone: Not a Western […]

Book Review: The Life and Death Parade by Eliza Wass

This was an unusual book. I wasn’t sure what to expect – it is a Disney book, but from the first pages did NOT have a Disney feel at all… It was much more complicated than I thought it would be, but also startlingly simple in its tale of life and death, love and missed […]

Guest Book Reviews: Fly Like an Eagle and Entangled by S.B.K. Burns

More from Sharon for you today! This time, it’s a two-fer – two books in the Ages of Invention series. Enjoy!

Entangled In Entangled, Burns takes us to Dawn Johnson, a Hume’n – or member of the lower class – who teaches a course on past life regression. Can she stifle her forbidden love for […]

Guest Post: My Top Five Favorite Stories from Greek Mythology by A.P. Mobley, Author of the New Fantasy The Helm of Darkness

Today I’m beyond pleased to introduce you to a delightful author, A.P. Mobley, whose new book (releasing June 3) The Helm of Darkness (War on the Gods Book 1) blends mythology and fantasy to create a fantastically original new world. The story follows two teens, Andy and Zoey, as they are knocked unconscious in a […]

Guest Post: The Anti-Advice for Aspiring Writers by Ellen Notbohm

Today I’m pleased to introduce you to an author whose new novel – The River by Starlight – will be reviewed by Sharon on this very blog in the coming weeks. The novel, based on true events, weaves a century-old story, timeless in its telling of love, heartbreak, healing, and redemption embodied in one woman’s […]



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