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Bookmonger: Authors paddle through Northern Pacific coast

Over the past week, your faithful book critic has paddled through more than 500 pages of words about journeys along the inland waters of the Northern Pacific coast.Erin McKittrick’s book, “Mud Flats and Fish Camps,” details a trek she and her young family undertook by pack raft….. Bookmonger: Authors paddle through Northern Pacific coast

Book Review Buzz: Books Available For Review

Below is the link for books that are currently available for review. Some books will contain the author or publisher’s contact information, while others will have a link to a request form. Click on Each book title or image to request a review copy. Happy Reading!! Books Available For Review

Robin F. Gainey: Author of Jack of Hearts & Light Of The Northern Dancers

Robin F. Gainey: Author of Jack of Hearts & Light Of The Northern Dancers

Gems in the Attic: Writing Around Your Day Job by Connie Vines

Gems in the Attic: Writing Around Your Day Job by Connie Vines

NaNoWriNO (for me, at least). | TymberDalton.com

“Are you doing NaNo this year?” I’ve been asked this question dozens of times in the past couple of weeks. NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) has sort of become a juggernaut… Look, word of advice–do NaNo or don’t do it, fantastic. But if you do it, do NOT beat yourself up if you don’t make …

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C. G. Cooper – Author Interview with Robert Dugoni

I have several of Dugoni’s ebooks and will be glad to lend them to you.

The Best Books of November 2017: From Alec Baldwin to John Banville

The best books hitting shelves in November 2017 range from a spoof Donald Trump “autobiography” to a continuation of Henry James’s classic by John Banville. The Best Books of November 2017: From Alec Baldwin to John Banville

Rachelle Ayala – Author:  Ever Read A Secret Dog Romance?

Source: Ever Read A Secret Dog Romance?

Nasty Women Poets anthology – Cinthia Ritchie

Source: Nasty Women Poets anthology – Cinthia Ritchie

Unconventional Research Sites for Writers | Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

Unconventional Research Sites for Writers | Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog