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Daisy Row
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I loved this short story by Aubrey Wynne. Merry Christmas Henry is a quaint little tale about a man with quiet aspirations who achieved something amazing. A little bit mystical, a little bit powerful, supremely lovely.

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Merry Christmas Henry by Aubrey Wynne
My Thoughts Merry Christmas Henry by Aubrey Wynne, is a lovely short story that appeals to the artist in me. The story builds quite nicely, detailing the friendship between Henry and Melinda while also highlighting his ongoing fascination with a painting th...

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"Immortal at the Edge of the World" - the third book in the fantastic "Immortal" Series by Gene Doucette. 

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The Immortal Series by Gene Doucette
Release Date: October 2  , 2014 Published by The Writers Coffee Shop Genre:  FICTION/Fantasy/General & Fantasy/Contemporary ISBN e-book:     978-1-61213-276-1 Available from: Amazon , Kobo , Barnes and Noble , and TWCS PH My Thoughts I have just finished Th...

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Loved this book - I would read more from this author

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Irresistible Enemy by Mary Costello
My Thoughts It’s sad; the more I love a book, the harder it is to write a decent objective review. I loved Irresistible Enemy by Mary Costello. For me, it was like coming home. There is something comforting and familiar about returning to beloved genre and ...

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A thought provoking cover - The Red Sheet by Mia Kerick

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Cover Reveal - The Red Sheet by Mia Kerick
The Red Sheet   by  Mia Kerick Summary: One October morning, high school junior Bryan Dennison wakes up a different person—helpful, generous, and chivalrous—a person whose new admirable qualities he doesn’t recognize. Stranger still is the urge to tie a red...

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A gritty novel, strange and a little disturbing...  :?

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The Fever by Megan Abbott
My Thoughts There are great elements in this book, but ultimately it did not resonate with me.  I guess I’ve just reached my teenage angst appreciation limit.  I also found the way social media is used to obliterate the souls of young people disturbing. Fro...
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