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June 15, 2018

Write What You Know ~ by guest @RuthKaufman

“Write what you know.” If all authors followed that supposedly sage advice, there’d be no historical or paranormal romance novels. No books set anywhere but the author’s hometown or places she’d lived. That is, unless some of us were reincarnated, have time-traveled or inhabited worlds the rest of us don’t know about.

June 14, 2018

Agent in Place by Mark Greaney ~ An @Audible_com Review

by Donna Huber

I will start off by saying you probably need to have read at least the first book in this series to understand what is going on, or maybe more of who the Gray Man is. Agent in Place is book 7 in the Gray Man series.

June 12, 2018

Breathless by Celeste Bradley and Susan Donovan ~ A Review & Giveaway

by MK French

excerpt from Breathless
First Chapter, First Paragraph (and a little more)

In the 1800's, the Swan was a celebrated courtesan until her fall led her to be shipwrecked in Catalan. In the present day, Dr. Brenna Anderson impulsively hops on a plane after a new painting in the Siren Series is found, hoping to determine its authenticity and finally put a name to the subject. That would help repair her reputation at Harvard, where donations are threatening to dry up if she continues to teach there despite her tenure. The only thing that throws a wrench in her plans is Fitch Wilder, the art hunter who is also following the trail of the paintings.

June 11, 2018

4 Thrillers To Lose Yourself In #MondayBlogs

by MK French

Thrillers evoke strong emotions of excitement, suspense, anxiety, and anticipation in the reader. Typically they get our blood pumping as we get wrapped up in what is happening to the characters. Here are four thrillers to lose yourself in.

June 10, 2018

Shelter in Place by Nora Roberts ~ A Review

by Susan Roberts

I used to read every word that Nora Roberts wrote.  I loved her romances and her trilogies and I didn't miss a book.  As my reading preferences have changed, I don't read much romance and I don't like the trilogies that she writes because most of them have a lot of fantasy and magic in them.  I do, however, like the new book that she publishes every spring in the Romantic Suspense category.  These are longer books and have lots more character development than many of her earlier books.  There is some romance in these books but it's definitely less than previous - the main focus is on character development and suspense.  Her new book, SHELTER IN PLACE, is a real page-turner.