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#AuthorInterview Children’s Author Kristy Jo Volchko #ASMSG

Today I’m happy to present Ms. Kristy Jo Volchko, a children’s author whose writing I really enjoy reading. Her style is eclectic, engaging and entertaining. I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know her work recently and I’m genuinely thrilled that … Continue reading

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#FREE #ASMSG The Past Has No Power #Thunderclap

Please take a moment and support my Thunderclap campaign. I need 223 supporters in 2 days 🙂 Thanks in advance… https://t.co/1r3AWnhNCo — Thomas Jerome Baker (@profesortbaker) April 8, 2016   ╚►https://t.co/T8y3fyzG9U Read GR8 #Books!╰┄🚇┄╮ ╭┄💥┄╯ ╰┄🚇┄╮#ASMSG╭┄💥┄╯ ╰┄🚇 @KindleFreeOne @FreeReadFeed @KindleDaily … Continue reading

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#AuthorInterview K. L. Cottrell & #BookReview What Hides in the Darkness (The Light Trilogy) #ASMSG

Marienne is different from how she used to be. After she recovered from the car wreck that nearly killed her, she withdrew from the life she was leading-not just because her family was destroyed and her friendships broken, but also … Continue reading

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#WomensHistoryMonth #ASMSG #BookReview: A Touch of Passion (boxed set)

Lose yourself in a touch of passion. Whether it’s the beauty in a song or the magic of a kiss, the agony of heartbreak or the hunger of yearning, explore ecstasy and desire in these captivating full-length novels. Written by … Continue reading

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#BookReview #ASMSG Op-Ed: Will you have the right to #vote in 2016?

Demonstrators march through the streets of Winston-Salem, N.C. on July 13, 2015, after the beginning of a federal voting rights trial challenging a 2013 state law. (Chuck Burton / Associated Press) LA Times OP-ED, Feb 5, 2016 Follow the Opinion section … Continue reading

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98 #Book Marketing Ideas #ASMSG #Author

98 Book Marketing Ideas That Can Help Authors Increase Sales February 3, 2016 by Diana Urban Whether you’re a self- or traditionally published author, there’s a wide array of marketing tactics you or your publisher can use to amplify a … Continue reading

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#MerryChristmas! Books Make Great #XmasGifts! #ASMSG #Christmas #Presents #MondayBlogs

Books make great gifts. Why? According to a very wise man: “Books make great gifts because they have whole worlds inside of them.” Books inspire us, motivate us, thrill us, and most importantly, help us to be better people. So, … Continue reading

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JOIN THE THUNDER: GET LOST…IN A #BOOK TONIGHT! #ASMSG #RaveReviewsBookClub

GETLOSTINABOOKTONIGHT! 48 more supporters needed! Join the #Thunder! RT http://t.co/kh4Ny6Nt0m RT #ASMSG #IARTG #amwriting #RRBC #IARTG — Thomas Jerome Baker (@profesortbaker) September 17, 2014 I learned to read and write when I was four years old. Ever since I learned … Continue reading

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#BookReview: The Emperor’s Friend: Marshal Jean Lannes by Margaret Scott Chrisawn #ASMSG #RRBC

In her acknowledgements, the author of this book, who is known to me, called this book (quote), “nonfiction on an obscure subject”(end of quote). Indeed, I had never heard of Marshal Jean Lannes before this book came to my attention. … Continue reading

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#5STAR #Book #Review of Susan Tarr’s New Book: “Miranda Bay” #ASMSG

Miranda Bay: “We have passed a mauvais quart d’heure” “Miranda Bay” by author Susan Tarr, is incorrectly described as “an uncomfortable, but brief, experience”. On the contrary, we encounter the full emotional range of the human experience. There is humor, … Continue reading

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