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New promotional images

You know sometimes I much about with various apps to find something that will work for book promotion. Here are the book promotion images I came up with using a new app. These book promotional images are in addition to ones: Utilizing those awesome reviews you get Using a book blurb Having just a short blurb… Continue reading New promotional images

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Free book promo on White Witch

I am running a FREE promo right now on Book 1 of the Haven series, White Witch. It will run for the next four days. I do this once in a while in hopes of getting reviews and readers. No idea if it works. But still, occasionally it is a good idea. Check it out!… Continue reading Free book promo on White Witch

review, Writing

Review: The shifty magic series

The shifty magic series by Judy Teel... I read them all in a couple of days so it is a review of Shifty Magic (Shifty Magic Series Book 1),Undercover Magic (Shifty Magic Series Book 2),Savage Magic (Shifty Magic Series Book 3) The Blurb: Paranormal terrorists attacked the world outing paranormals, who helped fight off the… Continue reading Review: The shifty magic series

Book lover

I think anyone who wanted to be in a relationship with me would have to comprehend that my number one expense is books. Not clothes. Not shoes. Not purses. Books. Lots and lots of books. My boyfriend brings me books shopping for my birthday and that is love, man, that is love.

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Book Review: Blink

Blink is by Malcolm Gladwell The blurb:  Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking by Malcolm Gladwell is a non-fiction book about the unconscious mind. In particular, though the part of the unconscious mind we automatically use to make split-second decisions, what he calls 'thin-slicing'. We like to believe our rational mind weighs facts and… Continue reading Book Review: Blink

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Is that awesome book affecting your brain? Looks like

Can a Great Read Affect Your Brain Chemistry? Researchers began the 19-day study by performing functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) on the students’ brains while they were in a resting state for the first five days of the study, before the subjects read Pompeii. Then, over the next nine days, the students read sections of… Continue reading Is that awesome book affecting your brain? Looks like