My Review of the Book, Step Beast (Military Bad Boy BDSM Billionaire Stepbrother Romance) by Selena Kitt

This story revolves around Matilda “Tilly” Beeston, whose a strait-laced, twenty-two year old, Olivia “Liv”, her controlling but ailing mother and Tilly’s stepbrother, Conrad Raleigh Beeston, III. But don’t let the hoity-toity moniker fool you–he is simply known as Beast. He’s a pretty mysterious man, just returning from a second tour of duty in Afghanistan, … Continue reading "My Review of the Book, Step Beast (Military Bad Boy BDSM Billionaire Stepbrother Romance) by Selena Kitt"

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The DMV (District of Columbia/Maryland/Virginia) Connection – My Interview with Best-Selling Author, Tracee Lydia Garner

Hi Everyone,   Me: I know that, like me, Tracee Lydia Garner, is an author and, like me, she is from the Washington, D.C. area. Her latest novel is Fatal Opposition.   Me: Hi, Tracee. Although I have had the occasion to “meet” you in cyberspace where we have both participated in virtual book events, … Continue reading "The DMV (District of Columbia/Maryland/Virginia) Connection – My Interview with Best-Selling Author, Tracee Lydia Garner"

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My Book Review of My Joy by Suzette D. Harrison

I just finished reading the novel, My Joy (California Love, Book 1) by Suzzette D. Harrison. I first have to say that she must be schizophrenic (in a good way) because although I don’t “know” Ms. Harrison except as a fellow writer, her depiction of this beautifully coiffed and put together woman takes street life … Continue reading "My Book Review of My Joy by Suzette D. Harrison"

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A Tale of Two Indies by Pamela D. Beverly

I met a fellow indie author, Lisa Lagaly, at a recent book festival and after a few conversations, we decided to write a post about indie publishing. My contribution is below. Publishing – I decided to publish my second book, The Love Labyrinth, through CreateSpace. Like my first book, I wrote and re-wrote, edited and re-edited. Although … Continue reading "A Tale of Two Indies by Pamela D. Beverly"

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