Yearly Archives: 2019

Memory’s Wake by Selina Fenech

Memory’s Wake by Selina Fenech has a gorgeous cover, and this is continued inside with chapter illustrations that could make JK Rowling sigh with envy, all the work of the talented author-illustrator. This greatly enhanced my enjoyment of the accompanying

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Bellerophon: Son of Poseidon

A single mistake can change a life forever. Lero once had everything a man could want. The son of Poseidon, he was a gift from the gods to the queen of Corinth. But in one moment of foolish pride he

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Survival of the Fittest by Jacqui Murray

Five tribes. One leader. A treacherous journey across three continents in search of a new home. *** That’s a great tagline. And I enjoyed the book, too. It starts like this: Xhosa is a female, a would-be budding leader of

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Dragon Valentine

  Nobody sends cards to a dragon, It’s just an unfortunate fact. Do they think that we’ll burn them to ashes or what? I would never commit such an act. *** If people sent cards to us dragons, Valentines with

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Call of the Guardian by J.M. Williams

Call of the Guardian is a fun read, a classy and classic fantasy adventure. A boy, Draven, plunges into a dragon cave while running in desperation one day and discovers a mentor. The dragon, Razal, provides both strength and stability

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Don’t Make My Mistake

I’ve been posting about free newsletter marketing lately, but I did try my first paid marketing campaign, for The Golden Key, this past summer. It had a couple of high moments, but overall I made a blunder that I’d like

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