Karen's Magic Reviews I found this one on a Facebook group advertising a later book in a series of five. It intrigued me enough to go to Amazon to have a look. I always have to start with Book One in a series, even if its states they are standalone. Because there are two types… Continue reading Prestige, Privilege & Murder by Christa Nardi
Do you know what you want to read, but not sure who to look for? or Do you know what you want to read and want to try someone new? Ten of my favourite indie authors and their genres. Just click on their name to take you to Amazon where you can choose any of… Continue reading Looking for a book? 10 Authors – 10 Genres
Your monthly 99c/p and Free books selection. I hope you find something good to read amongst these and if you do, please consider leaving the author a review from where you bought it. Stephanie never truly let go of her first love James in 1988. When the relationship ended she kept her diaries, letters and… Continue reading February’s 99 and Free books
I wrote this for another blog and am considering making it a series. I am often intrigued as to what inspires a writer to write a book. What do you think? Would you like to see something like this? Read more on the Electric Eclectic Blog
I love short romantic stories and as they go this one is pretty cool…. enjoy…….
In a Stranger’s City, reblogged from Electric Eclectic..
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A strange city is a big, lonely place when you do not know your way around and you do not know a single soul who lives there.
The city seems even bigger when it is in a foreign land; the buildings, the roads are so different to that which you are familiar, as are the signs; thousands and hundreds of signs on the street, in the shop windows, the stations, on buses and lorries and hoardings.
All in a language you do not know.
This is where I am, in a strange city, in a foreign land. All those signs meant nothing to me; besides spouting my own imaginative gibberish gobbledygook, which besides entertaining my mind, said nothing constructive.
It is a strange experience, both fascinating and frightening.
I needed to be at the public telephone box, situated near a café called ‘Rosy Lee’, in Richmond Park…
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Karen's Magic Review The Dead Horizon came up in my Kindle suggesting I may like it. Usually, I ignore them but this time, I clicked on it because I like dystopian stories, although I rarely read them for some reason. I read the description, but saw that it was book 2. I would never read… Continue reading Seth Rain’s Humanity Series
In January 2020, I decided I would teach myself to draw. YouTube was a good resource, but I found books more helpful. As the months and weeks went on I did improve. For Christmas, I was given a light box and this helped me draw more of a likeness as I enjoyed doing portraits. However,… Continue reading Well! I didn’t know that…
Valentines Day February. 14th gives us a good excuse to read some romance books. Click on the image and it will take you straight to Amazon where you can read the description. Most of the book are also on Kindle Unlimited.
Special offer today only - Love Ever After just 99p/99c. Lots of beautiful stories that are perfect to read for Valentine's Day. Reunite with your soulmate on a ranch in Colorado; escape certain death with the love of your life in Yugoslavia; toast marshmallows by the light of the setting sun whilst you find the… Continue reading For One Day Only – for Valentine’s day
A stunning new debut children’s book series that will bring families together by author Mary Elizabeth Jackson and Grammy Award Nominee, Thornton Cline Released and published by Tuscany Bay Books The book is available worldwide in print across all platforms …Made Perfect in the eyes of his mommy Precious Poohlicious is made perfect in the… Continue reading Perfectly Precious Poohlicious