Monthly Archives: March 2016

#BookReview & #AuthorInterview Dragon’s Lair: Touch of the Irish: Part 1 #ASMSG

Today, I am reviewing Ms. Savannah Morgan‘s  “Dragon’s Lair: Touch of the Irish: Part 1“. Genre? It is part one of a three part fantasy erotica series. The attractive cover image is to be appreciated visually and literally. Synopsis: Eros has … Continue reading

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#ASMSG Author Interview: When Angels Fly #BookReview

Today, I’m pleased to present S. Jackson, one half of the team whose first book is”When Angels Fly.” It was co-written with her husband, A. Raymond.  I really loved this book. It is a genuinely inspiring, emotional and engaging, well written … Continue reading

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New Release! Come Into His Presence #ASMSG #BookReview

Author/Publisher Deborah R. Brandon invites you to “Come into His Presence” with this 40 day Bible devotional. This incredible devotional series speaks to the heart of every woman in a very special way. This powerful devotional can serve as a … Continue reading

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New Release! Serpent of the Shangrove #ASMSG

Copper is now a fully grown Drakken, but despite his magical abilities, he is shunned and shamed by his pure-blood kin. Wandering despondent in the wilderness, Copper discovers a portal that reminds him of his lost crèche mate, left behind … Continue reading

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#BookReview: Jonathan’s Locket by Lorraine Carey #ASMSG

Orphaned Jonathan Palmer is a fifteen year old stowaway aboard the doomed ship The Convert which was part of the fleet that crashed into the reef on Grand Cayman in 1794. This famous shipwreck was known as the Wreck of … Continue reading

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#BookReview #ASMSG High Couch of Silistra (The Silistra Quartet Book 1)

One woman’s mythic quest for self-realization in a distant tomorrow… Her sensuality was at the core of her world, her quest beyond the civilized stars. Aristocrat. Outcast. Picara. Slave. Ruler. “Engrossing characters in a marvelous adventure.” – Charles N. Brown, … Continue reading

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#ASMSG Spotlight and #Giveaway by Dormaine G!

Connor Dormaine G Genre: Young adult, paranormal fantasy Publisher:  Creativia Date of Publication:  12/5/2015 ISBN:  978-1519762412 ASIN:  B0190DGR36 Number of pages:  260 Cover Artist: Creativia Book Description: Strong. Sassy. Superhuman. Connor’s mundane teenager life takes a U-turn when she discovers … Continue reading

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#ASMSG #BookReview: Katskin, by April Thomas

KatSkin by April Thomas Kat-skin is a retelling of a classic American fairy tale A father loses his grip on reality after his wife dies. It’s an uncommon fairy tale. You will never see Disney create a movie out of … Continue reading

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#ASMSG From Pens to Speech: How #Writing Tools Have Evolved

Source: GRAMMARLY As technology improves, it’s faster and easier than ever to get words from brain to screen. We’ve progressed from dipping utensils in ink to using speech recognition software to dictate an entire Slate article. Here’s the evolution of writing … Continue reading

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January 1, 1923 #ASMSG Public Domain Day 2016: Is #Copyright A Bad System?

RETWEET Read a GR8 Book 2Nite! ╚►http://t.co/q5rDVs4cdC 🍃🌹 #T4US 🌹🍃 #ASMSG 🍃🌹 F4F🍃🌷🍃 #IARTG 🍃🌷🍃 pic.twitter.com/c11ORJQpU5 — Thomas Jerome Baker (@profesortbaker) July 23, 2015   January 1st of each year is Public Domain Day. What is public domain? The simple … Continue reading

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