Monthly Archives: August 2018

KDP, CreateSpace, Fate and Me

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KDP, CreateSpace, Fate and Me

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AUTHOR’S CORNER: Blind Beauty and Other Tales of Redemtion Now In Braille

Hello everyone. Here’s some great news for those who like to read their books in Braille. I was just browsing The Braille Superstore’s website (BrailleSuperstore.com) when I came across a cool product I thought you’d like to know about. It’s … Continue reading

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Author Spotlight – Guest Six – Em Taylor

Originally posted on Magic Reviews:
USA Today bestselling author Em Taylor writes Regency Romance and has dabbled in the contemporary and paranormal subgenres of romance too. But she can’t resist the lure of the ballrooms of Mayfair and the country…

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AUTHORS, THEY’RE ONLY HUMAN: Questions of a Haunted Mind

Good afternoon campbellsworld visitors. This afternoon in my Authors, They’re Only Human column I want to talk to you about something that has weighed a bit on my heart and mind over these past few days. Now, I’m working on … Continue reading

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READING WITH THE AUTHORS:Ginny Moon Reviewed by Meredith Burton

Hello again campbellsworld visitors and book lovers everywhere. This afternoon author Meredith Burton shares with us a book review. In this well-written review Meredith brings out some great points about disabled persons and how sometimes the things they say and … Continue reading

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AUTHOR’S CORNER: Can We Change the World by author Jo E. Pinto

Good afternoon campbellsworld visitors. This afternoon in the Author’s Corner we have an author who visits often. When she does she never disappoints us with her well-written stories. Today is no exception. What is disappointing is the subject matter that … Continue reading

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The Old Man in the Tower

Originally posted on The Silent Eye:
There was and is a tower, a tall, dark tower. One day, a fugitive – ragged but not lost – came to this tower. The tower stood beside a wild sea, which constantly washed…

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Reading With the Authors: Thursday Book Feature: Splitting an Order | Abbie’s Corner of the World

via Thursday Book Feature: Splitting an Order So many times while growing up and learning all about the gift of reading I wondered what authors read when they weren’t writing. Here is a review of a book done by author … Continue reading

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#Inspiration #3.2.1 Me Challenge ~ Althea Kehas

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
Reblogged from Not Tomatoes: Sue Vincent of The Daily Echo kindly nominated me for the 3.2.1 Me Challenge, giving me the word “Inspiration” for my topic. Thank you, Sue. Do check out…

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