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Cat Mann
Author of A Beautiful Fate
Author of A Beautiful Fate

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Release Date!!
It is finally here, well almost.  A Forsaken Fate will be available Tuesday, June 7, 2016.  Pre order on Amazon here . I love reading reviews so when you are finished reading post your reviews on my blog for me to see or add them to goodreads or back on ama...

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connection to one another is neither worldly nor Godly but of something much
more powerful – my devotion to her is spiritual.” -         Ari -         A Forsaken Fate

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A Forsaken Fate Cover Reveal
designed by Derek Murphy of Creativindie Covers It's finally here. Stay tuned for release date. - TBD

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Review: Night by Elie Wiesel
                        I cannot possibly review this book. Night was powerful. If you haven't already done so, I suggest reading this novel. If you follow along with me on Instagram or on Facebook you might catch my "what I'm reading" posts. This summer, I...

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Master Class Reveiw with James Patterson
Recently, my old high school english teacher posted a link to my facebook page suggesting that I look in to Master Class.  This English teacher is a personal favorite person of mine. She knew me and loved me when I was at my very worst. She saw the best in ...

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2015 Best of Springfield VOTE FOR ME
I am from the greatest state in the USA. Illinois. Please do not pronounce the 's.' In Illinois, we have fields, countless fields. Rows of corn that go on further than the eye can see. In Illinois we have cows that rarely moo, chickens that scatter when we ...

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Review: Luckiest Girl Alive By Jessica Knoll
             3 out of 5 stars Ani is difficult to like - too much talk about body image, superiority and her desire to be so much better than anyone she meets. Barf. Ani’s relationship with Luke seemed borderline irrelevant to the rest of the story and in ...

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Review: The Pianist by Wladyslaw Szpilman
The Pianist: The Extraordinary Story of One Man's Survival in Warsaw, 1939-45 by Władysław Szpilman , Anthea Bell (Translator) 5 of 5 stars The Pianist is strong, poignant, moving and brave. This is a first person account of one man’s horrifying experience ...

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"I love you. I have been put on this Earth to
protect you. It’s my job.   My worship of
you is on the edge of unholy.   My
devotion is sacrilegious. You are my whole reason for being. I’ve placed you on
the tallest of pedestals and that is where I intend to...

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Review: Sugar
Sugar     by Deirdre Riordan Hall         5 of 5 stars                         Sugar is poignant. The writing style of this author is unique and worked so perfectly with the characters that I could not image the story being told any other way. Not one sen...
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