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GUEST BLOG: In Dark Times Mysteries Can Be Comforting by Alissa Grosso Plus Giveaway!

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As every television commercial insists on reminding us lately, we're living in uncertain times. There's no doubt this past year has certainly been a doozy. We've all taken different steps to make our own joy and find our own...
The Ultimate Betrayal

BOOK BLAST: THE ULTIMATE BETRAYAL by Kat Martin Plus Giveaway!

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“With plenty of suspense, plot twists and turns and the kind of fast-paced love story that will keep you on your toes, it’s exactly the kind of summer escape you’ve been craving.”—BookTrib To prove her father’s innocence, she’ll have to...
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GUEST BLOG: Inspiration For Writing THE LAST KING by M.J. Porter

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The Last King is set in the AD 870s in Mercia, one of the ancient kingdoms of England. If you’ve watched or read Bernard Cornwell’s The Last Kingdom books then it’s just about where the first book starts. I’ve long...
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GUEST BLOG: Putting the Mystery into History: Writing Historical Sleuths by E.M. Powell

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Like so many readers out there, I love a good whodunit. I hugely enjoy trying to figure out page by page which suspects are the ones to watch. Who may be for the chop. What’s a clue, what’s a...

BOOK BLAST: WITHOUT A HEAD by M. Glenda Rosen

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Jenna Preston is used to investigating cheating spouses, fraud, and even a murder or two in her role as a private investigator. But she’s never consulted on a case quite like the one at Darcy’s Salon in East Hampton....
Into the Devil's Den

BOOK BLAST: INTO THE DEVIL’S DEN – SNARED BY THEIR OWN LIES by Ellen...

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For twenty-years Sam Steele lived with a lie gnawing at his conscience — for twenty-years his only child believed her mother was dead. Without warning his ex-wife springs from the ashes of the past and reaches out to him...
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GUEST BLOG: When Love is Thwarted By Family—How Do You Forgive? by Merida Johns

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What a super topic! Blackhorse Road is filled with family dynamics and drama, and there’s a great need for forgiveness. Writing Blackhorse Road, I had to decide on the protagonist’s black moment—the point in the story where all seems lost....
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BOOK BLAST: ALL BAGS GO TO CLEVELAND by C.S. Hale

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Angela Grimalke appears more blonde bombshell than the gremlin she is. But there is no denying her supernatural truth after her clumsiness gets her fired from her modeling career. Forced to work for her family’s upscale airline, she spends...
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GUEST BLOG: The Setting That Was Meant To Be by Peter W.J. Hayes

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Not surprisingly, the setting of the three books of my Pittsburgh Trilogy is the city of Pittsburgh and its suburbs. But there is an unexpected turn in the last book of the trilogy. About midway through The Things That...
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BOOK BLAST: FIRST LIGHT IN MORNING STAR by Charlotte Hubbard

Founded by five enterprising Amish maidels, the new Morning Star Marketplace is a joyous success. What’s even more remarkable is the gift the business bestows upon each of these unmarried women—the unexpected blessing of love . . . Leaving Flaud’s...
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HOLIDAY MEMORIES: Christmas Traditions the Ties that Bind by Jennifer St. Giles

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Looking back over the years, I find many wonderful memories in my heart from Christmas times together with family. Memories that are made even more precious after losing my mom just a short time ago. Until I had a...
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HOLIDAY MEMORIES: Holiday Lights Makes the Season Bright by Alanna Lucas

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Thank you, Dayna, for having me today! I’m really excited to be here, ringing in the New Year! This year has been difficult and challenging for many because of COVID. For my family as well, but we have managed to...

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