Author Q&A with Natascha Biebow

November 24, 2020

When it comes to the ‘craft’ of writing, author Natascha Biebow is someone you need to follow. Not only has she had success with her own works, but she dedicates her days (and more) to helping others realize their dreams of authorship. A little about Natascha: Her favorite crayon color is periwinkle blue because it […]

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Smoke Screen

November 23, 2020

She got it wrong, big time, with her first lucky break as a budding television reporter in Charleston SC, and now, newswoman Britt Shelley is on the run for her life. The book opens with a shaken, confused and disoriented Britt who finds herself in a strange environment, a strange bed and no memory of […]

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Author Q&A with Valerie Brooks

November 20, 2020

Many authors are teachers. They have an inherent love for learning and sharing this passion with their students. But Oregon-based author Valerie Brooks is not only an author but owns a business that teaches aspiring authors how to break through doubt, live a creative life and write their bestseller. If you’re an aspiring or seasoned […]

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The Things She’s Seen

November 15, 2020

There’s something dark going on in the remote Australian town where Detective Michael Teller’s latest case takes him. A fire has destroyed a home for orphaned and wayward children and two bodies have been found inside—one burnt beyond recognition. This fire has opened a Pandora’s Box of sorts, as there is a cold case possibly […]

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Author Q&A with CJ Warrant

November 13, 2020

Looking for an author who will take you on a journey with her words and at the same time, bend over backwards in support of authors, readers and the community? Then meet CJ Warrant, a prolific published romantic author living in the Chicago area. “Not your everyday romance” is the theme of her works which […]

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Electric Body, Electric Health: Using the electromagnetism within (and around) you to rewire, recharge and raise your voltage

November 9, 2020

I love a resource that guides readers through a process of understanding how to use what is already within to achieve a better state of being. This book by Eileen Day McKusick is one of those rare books that offers a new way of looking at our ‘wiring’ and how we can tap into our […]

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