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Should Authors Blog Or Is Blogging Dead?

When Huffpost Editor-in-chief Jimmy Leach announced the closure of its blogging platform he said that “publishing thousands of blogs has been a distraction from the delivery of impactful, targeted investigations, explainers, breaking news and lifestyle and entertainment journalism.”

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In the Beginning…: a stage play

God and Satan have been alone – and one person – the universe just the play of their united mind.
Now God had decided to separate ‘good’ from ‘evil’.
And the battle requires a battlefield…

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The Blameless Dead

‘Few writers are as comfortable amongst the mud and ashes of 1945 as they are in the digital world of today, but Haynes pulls it off expertly.’ – Paul Gitsham, bestselling author of the DCI Warren Jones series.

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How To Stop Author’s Burnout

When it comes to burn out Authors are probably the last group of people you would think off! But the publishing industry has changed beyond recognition and the demands of a modern author are significantly more complex than they were a mere decade ago.

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Not Dead

Not Dead sees Anita Dickason at her very best as creates a tantalizingly morbid atmosphere of unease that spins along on the fears and anxieties of her lead characters.

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42 degrees of truth: Unicorn

Each page of this poetry collection contains plenty of irony, dark humour, and straight-up oddness, all in the name of criticising social issues, cultural dysfunction, broken relationships, and our egoistic views.

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That Lucky Old Son

Having lost his father when he was only eight years old, Cote embarks on a quest to discover the man who left him too soon, but who left behind a legacy of courage, love, and faith.

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Flying With Kindness

“Flying With Kindness offers children a valuable lesson in kind-heartedness and shows how one act of kindness can lead to another, and the positive effect on the recipient.

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U-10

Koritt Diviak’s assignment was simple—travel to Earth and return with a human specimen, along with samples of their technology.

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The Lady with Balls

Alice Combs was determined to support her two young daughters and herself, so she took the advice of a savvy mentor who told her, “Ask prospective customers what they need and can’t get and then get it for them.”

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Darkest Before Dawn

Ghosts, mysterious deaths, and a new, perplexing character confront Windflower, Tizzard and the other police officers in Grand Bank as they unearth secrets that have been lying hidden in the sleepy hamlet for decades.

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Nobody I Know

The Franco-American psychiatrist Professor J. O’Neill is proud of the work he did developing enhanced interrogation techniques for the CIA ……….

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Echo from Mount Royal

Montreal, 1951. Rebecca Wiseman, 18, a bright college student, lives with her working-class parents. At a local dance, she meets a handsome young man but has little hope of seeing him again. When Sol Gottesman asks her on a date, her joy mingles with disbelief when she learns he is the son of a wealthy businessman.

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Last Light

Nine words, written in an ancient language, are found embedded deep in the pixels of a photograph taken by Photographer Matt Reese. Struck by a flash of light Matt and model Elaine Gardner experience a simultaneous near-death experience that leads them to the epicenter of a world on the brink of nuclear war.

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51st Directive

The deepest parts of the Internet hold the secrets of a world that will never be the same as Homeland Security Presidential Directive 51 overrides every freedom you believed you had when you woke up this morning.

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THE ENGLANDS Book Two: SOPHIE Coming Home

Love. Lust. Greed. Jealousy. Kidnapping Marital bliss isn’t guaranteed… After a life-threatening close call with vengeful forces from their pasts, Sophie and Jamie England are focusing again on their promising future together with their children and friends on the Amalfi Coast in Italy.

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THE ENGLANDS Book One: SOPHIE Lost and Found

Their profound love for each other began with instant sensual and strong sexual attraction between them. Personal sacrifices were made. Overwhelming fears were conquered. The nature of promises were of a Happily Ever After. Can they keep those promises?

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The Rosario

Imagine being flown to a new job at a luxury estate belonging to a fabulously rich but obnoxious Englishman, in the Catalonian mountains. Then imagine discovering that he is downright dangerous and now you are trapped. What would you do next?

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Wake Of The Sadico

An enthralling supernatural tale that rapidly builds momentum, Wake Of Sadico delivers a persuasive sense of adventure and a clever plot with Sparkes sure not to sacrifice pace for surplus detail.

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HOME

Alexis Woods’ violent and unpredictable brother has spent his life making sure she remained untouched by other men.

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Choose a reality….any reality

How many times have you thought of facing life in a totally different way? How many friends, books, and incidents in your everyday life have made you realize, that you are responsible for your own actions? Do you want to change your lifestyle?

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My Every Breath

The compelling story of a woman’s lifelong battle with Cystic Fibrosis and her astonishing resilience despite a double lung transplant and a senseless murder.

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The Experiment

Readers looking for a soundly executed, intelligent and riveting thriller would do well to pick up a copy of The Experiment.

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The Hunt

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Good Morning Bellingham

When Peta goes missing, a two-decade old secret threatens to rip at the seams and come out in the open. Relationships are tested as one dysfunctional family comes together in search of their daughter, sister, and wife. What they find instead will change each one of them forever.

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Tears and Trombones

A depression-era boy wants badly to become a classical musician against the wishes of his hard drinking, heavy equipment operating father.

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The Oldest Enemy

A tour de force in the ever-popular supernatural thriller genre Michael Jack Webb again proves a must-read with the Oldest Enemy recommended without reservation.

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Infernal Gates

Originality and authenticity always make for great books and Infernal Gates by Michael Jack Webb certainly fits the bill.

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Siegfried Sassoon- War Poetry.

One man who was able to size up war for everything it is was Siegfried Sassoon, who was cruelly torn from a life of leisure as a country gentleman and immersed into all the trauma of World War 1

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The Voice of My Mind

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The wonderful secret

The greatest adventures are the ones we never want to end and what better way to continue Kim Wheeler’s Jonny Plumb series than with Jonny Plumb and The Wonderful Secret.

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Jonny Plumb and The Battle For Earth

Jonny Plumbs jaw dropping adventures continue in rip roaring fashion following his latest book, Jonny Plumb and the Battle for Earth. Where Jonny and all his friends set out to try and save the earth from the evil clutches of the devils only daughter Deadsheda and her Hench woman the even uglier and revolting Dances with Death, who has a strange aversion to custard, I wonder why?

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The Beginning Of Always

Powerful alliances from both Daniel and Nina’s pasts are about to rip apart the fabric of time. Dark, tragic days loom close as those plans come to fruition. Meanwhile, Nina and Daniel struggle to explore the boundaries between passion and possessiveness, duty and desire.

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Twilight of the Empire

Dangling from a drake’s talons, Megara is convinced that her only chance of survival is to escape her captor. However, her abduction soon appears to be a blessing in disguise as she learns more of her late mother’s secrets.

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Ferret (The Ferret Books, 1)

A highly original and hugely entertaining YA Fantasy novel the delightfully titled Ferret proves a strong debut release for Wyatt and one that’s set to garner much interest.

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The Crimson Quill Award

Now in it’s third year the Crimson Quill Awards continue to be the main criteria our readers use when selecting their next best read.  Our reader recommended award these are the books they have enjoyed most and recommended to their friends.  All the books we review are eligible for recommendation but with strict rules in place to ensure all recommendations are authentic and a minimum of 100 nominations required you can be confident of a good read whichever one you choose. 

The Millennium Book Award

Now in its 5th year the Millennium Book Award goes from strength to strength whilst still maintaining the ethos upon which it was founded. The award celebrates and recognizes exceptional writing. Not the size of an author’s following, their social media reach or the fervour generated by a substantial marketing budget the Millennium Book Award continues to grow as a Readers Favourite and an award they can trust.

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