#BookReview – #Memoir – Finding Hope – Dorothy Sander

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Today’s review is featuring Dorothy Sander’s book – Finding Hope, a memoir full of insight and inspiration on life and wisdom. The Blurb: Mounting life pressures, unexpected change or disappointment can leave us depleted and without hope. In this book the author gives her readers just the lift they need to make it through hard […]

#Free Book #Kindle Promo – Conflicted Hearts

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In honour of my upcoming new release, P.S. I Forgive You, I am putting Conflicted Hearts on FREE PROMO all this week starting today Monday September 19 through the 23rd.   My new book was originally intended as a sequel to Conflicted Hearts, but it is also a standalone because of the content – learning forgiveness […]

#BookReview – How Was I Supposed To Know? – Memoir – Lorna Lee

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Today’s book review on Lorna Lee’s memoir – How Was I Supposed To Know. Lorna is an author/editor and blogger. Her blog Lornasvoice is always entertaining with a twist of humour known as ‘Lorna-isms’.   The Blurb:   Have you ever… •felt as if you have never gotten over your childhood? •looked at your like […]

What Our #Editors Look for on an Opening Page | News for Authors

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An interesting article from Phil Stamper-Halpin, written for Penguin Random House on what it takes from our books to catch an editor’s eye. The article touches on first line attention grabbers and looking for authenticity in voice. Have a read below:   What Our Editors Look for on an Opening Page BY PHIL STAMPER-HALPIN|JULY, 2016 […]

#BookReview – WORDS WE CARRY by D.G. Kaye #memoir #essay | deborahjay

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What a lovely surprise to be blog surfing and come across a surprise review of one of my books, Words We Carry, by esteemed author Deborah Jay. It’s such a humbling experience each time I find a review stating that my books have touched someone in some way and offered some hope or inspiration. Reviews […]

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