Saturday Historical Review: “100 Tiny Threads” by Judith Barrow — writerchristophfischer

One of my holiday highlights was to find undisturbed time to read ‘A Hundred Tiny Threads’ by Judith Barrow – the prequel to the Howarth Family Series. It’s the backstory of two characters in Barrow’s acclaimed historical WW2 series and explains or illuminates at least, where they come from as people. Starting in 1911 over the years […]

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Haunting the Deep (How to Hang a Witch #2), by Ariana Mather ~ 5.0 Stars — By Hook Or By Book

Thanks to NetGalley and Knopf Books for Young Readers for providing an eARC in exchange for an review. Release Date: October 3rd, 2017 368 Pages Synopsis: Samantha Mather knew her family’s connection to the infamous Salem Witch Trials might pose obstacles to an active social life. But having survived one curse, she never thought she’d find […]

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Persistence beats talent — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

Originally posted on writing nore: All the writing talent in the world is meaningless if you don’t stay the course. You must apply ‘bum glue’ to adhere you to the process of producing work, consistently, relentlessly and unconditionally. For many people, writing is hard and good writing—where readers are inspired to read on and recommend…

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Sunday Book Review – The Seven Year Dress by Paulette Mahurin — D.G. Kaye Writer

Sunday Book Review Today’s book review is on Paulette Mahurin’s – The Seven Year Dress- A chilling look into the story of one woman’s survival after years of hiding out,fleeing the Nazi’s, her eventual capture, and her resilience and determination to live and regained her freedom from Auschwitz in 1945. Get this book on…

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September 2017 Reading Endeavors — Drew Martin Writes

As September comes to an end, I can say I’ve managed to get back into the swing of reading. I didn’t read a single book in August, which over the last few years I can’t remember the last time I could say that, but with a full-time job now, and many other things competing for my time, I find myself not reading as much. However, as I said, I managed to read two books in September. One of them, a T.S. Eliot poetry collection, has been at the top of my to read as well as own list for the last couple of years. I’m pleased to say I’ve done both. The second book seems a bit of an odd choice, but with football season getting underway, I thought now was as good a time as any to read well, a book about football. Let’s take a look back at these two books, and for my full review click on the cover art or title.

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#99Cents Alert: The Du Lac Chronicles Series on Sale for a Limited Time! #books #Medieval — Legends of Windemere

Originally posted on POTL: All Things Books, Reading and Publishing: ? Title The Du Lac Chronicles (Series) Author Mary Anne Yarde Genre Historical Fantasy ? Series Book Blurb War is coming to Saxon Briton… ? A generation after Arthur Pendragon ruled, Briton lies fragmented into warring kingdoms and principalities. ? The Saxon King, Cerdic of…

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