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Ronaldo: The Reindeer Flying Academy by Maxine Sylvester

Ronaldo is the top flying cadet at the prestigious Reindeer Flying Academy.

He dreams of getting his flying license and becoming one of Santa’s reindeer, just like his hero, Vixen.

In the first adventure in the Ronaldo series, the second year flying cadets face their toughest ever flying test – The Endurance Challenge. Will Ronaldo be victorious and lift the silver cup? Or will mean brothers Dasher, Comet and Prancer ruin his chance for success?

The young and the young at heart will appreciate its story. Because Ronaldo reminds us, if you work hard, and dream big …. we can all fly!

Introducing my guest reviewer, Aisha age 7 ~ “I thought is was a rather lovely story”

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Sahara Foley: FEBRUARY 2018 99 CENT AMAZON EBOOKS FROM CREATIVIA AUTHORS–1st to 28th –  

Yesterday was Groundhog Day, and, unfortunately, Phil saw his shadow. OH NO!!!! *tearing hair out* Even though it hasn’t been that terrible of a winter, snow-wise, frigid temps have hounded us. BRRR! Honestly, we needed the below zero temperatures to … Continue reading →

FEBRUARY 2018 99 CENT AMAZON EBOOKS FROM CREATIVIA AUTHORS–1st to 28th

Sahara Foley: FEBRUARY 2018 FREE AMAZON EBOOKS FROM CREATIVIA AUTHORS–1st to 28th

Yesterday was Groundhog Day, and, unfortunately, Phil saw his shadow. OH NO!!!! *tearing hair out* Even though it hasn’t been that terrible of a winter, snow-wise, frigid temps have hounded us. BRRR! Honestly, we needed the below zero … Continue reading →

FEBRUARY 2018 FREE AMAZON EBOOKS FROM CREATIVIA AUTHORS–1st to 28th

Authors, Reading & Writing

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Tiffinie Helmer: A FREE Read for a Romance Reader’s Holiday!

Tiffinie Helmer

I love romance, and I’m a sucker for Valentine’s Day. The first romance I read was The Witch on Blackbird Pond. I still have fond memories of Kit and Nate. It wasn’t long after that when I found a box of Harlequins at the age of twelve, way too young, but I was hooked and have been ever since.

Some of you know that I moonlight at Barnes & Noble. This month they asked me to recommend some of my favorite romances. I will be posting daily on my author and personal Facebook pages, as well as Twitter.

You won’t want to miss them. I would love to hear feedback in the comments on your favorite romances too.

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Book Pulse: NBA Goes International, Staunch Prize Backlash, and Authors on Air

The National Book Award changes its line-up and a backlash is simmering around the Staunch prize. Meanwhile, PBS and the NYT announce their next Now Read This book club pick, and new […]

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Dee Davis – myRWA : Blogs : Looking to the Future: the RITA Contest

The RITA Award has always reflected the best our genre has to offer, and our goal is to have it grow so that this will always be true. Only by working together can we find the right solutions. To that end, your thoughts on the direction we’re considering would be appreciated. Nothing will be finalized until July, so there is time for both input and discussion. Please feel free to write me directly at president@rwa.org or to the entire Board at board@RWA.org.

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The Best Romance Novels for Smart Women

Let’s Talk About Romance (Novels)
By Ashley Ford
The Best Romance Novels

When I was eleven, my two favorite books were…

…Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet and The Gift by Danielle Steel. Yes, I was an early reader, and my favorite subject was love. Any book with a falling-in-love element was a book I wanted to read, and romance novels always fit the bill. My mother didn’t censor my reading materials, so I was free to read whatever I wanted as much as I wanted. Up until my senior year of high school, I read one new romance novel per week.

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By James Wood: The Power of the Literary Pun

In “Winter,” the Scottish novelist Ali Smith is both intensely political and deliciously playful.

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