Book review Jen.

i give jem by mishel abert 5 stars.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00U65KU22/ref=ya_aw_dod_pi?ie=UTF8&psc=1

well what do i say about this one?
i do not often read romance but i wun this.
i do not say this because i want to meen it when i say it.

i could not put it down.

think it took me 2 days.

the charictors were so belieable.
dispite apeariances jem is not the vylent man his angel thinks he is.
will she remember him and lern he is just a big sensterve sweety who has had been hert too much.

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Free booters review.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01H3R5K7K/ref=ya_aw_dod_pi?ie=UTF8&psc=1

give this book 5 stars.

wow where to start?
talk about whereing your sleeve.
thank you for shairing so much.
i do not kmot think i could not be so open.

i am sory to here about the pains of head and heart.
espeshaley the loss of your husband.
but i hope i will not cores ofence by saying while wishing you had not had them i think they have made you a wunderful writer.

loved the poetry but wished there had been more stories.
loved the day in tthe day of author but where is my nited chane maile vest?

give this book 5 stars.
would recomend it to anyone.

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Welcome to my blog…

Life As I Know It

Hello, bloggers!!

I am pleased to welcome a very special guest today… RRBC’s “SPOTLIGHT” Author, A.M. Manay! This lady, Anne Margaret, is a super supportive member of our book club. She’s always eager to host others and shower them with support. She is so deserving of this hot seat and I do hope you’ll help me promote/support/celebrate this amazing author.

So, as always, please enjoy………


“The Mommy Novelist” by A.M. Manay

One of my primary roles in life is being mother to a 6-year-old boy.  Parenthood changes a person.  In my case, that parenthood was also particularly hard-won.  We adopted our son as a newborn after battling infertility.  I am especially grateful for my child and acutely conscious of my good fortune.  I suspect strongly that my mommyhood has influenced me both as a reader and as a writer, and it certainly served as the “push” to get me…

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Don’t get left out

Entertaining Stories

Lisa Burton, the robot girl here tonight. As Craig’s personal assistant, I am the one who put together most of his current promotions. I’m also the spokesmodel for his writing career, but there is no new poster to go along with all the stops he’s been making. Although we do have a poster for his Macabre Macaroni stories.

I decided to put my insane sign shaker skills to help with the promotions. Craig thinks I’m silly, but I can toss this thing in the air, spin around and catch it. Robotic precision baby.

First, let’s talk about The Playground. This is Craig’s latest novel, and it has a decidedly Halloween vibe going for it.

Basically, some nutjob created a social network that targets children. He’s brainwashing them to create his own homegrown army. To speed things along, he turns to the occult.

There is this girl who becomes one…

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