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Pamlico Writers Group and Beaufort County Arts Council/Art of the Pamlico, sponsors of the annual Pamlico Writers Conference
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Regina Puckett 6h
Closed Hearts From afar, Viscount Worthington has admired Lady Jane’s feisty, foul-mouth seamstress, Mademoiselle Blancher KindleUnlimited Audiobook Print
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Frances Brody 21h
Fabulous bouquet from my lovely editor and the team as congratulations on being longlisted for the Perfect to hide behind. :-)
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Brigitte 6h
I am nobody’s Swan. Beauty is now a corporate commodity, bought and sold on city streets and displayed in elite Museums.
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CarrieGarvin May 14
STANDOUT READ! novel Secret Language of Women. My review is in. Please read it here:
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Grace Greene 12h
THE HAPPINESS IN BETWEEN**SALE**1.99 US Kindle: Sometimes you need more than one 2nd chance ~ and it starts when you are ready to fight for your future & your happiness.
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Kristen Callihan 24h
Historical rom readers will question the validity of independent, forward thinking heroines, characters of color, yet completely accept that brandy guzzling, layabout nobles have six pack abs and a TAN.
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Jon Winokur 5h
Show up, show up, show up, and after a while the muse shows up, too. ISABEL ALLENDE
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Alan Chaput 5h
Good morning. Yesterday is now a memory. Tomorrow is yet to come. Today is a gift. Make every moment of it count.
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CrimeFictionLover 5h
In Carnivore by the main character imagines that his kneecaps have turned into turtles and crawled away. That's all we have for you on but you should read this book...
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L. L. Diamond May 22
The expat visits Muckross House and Torc Waterfall.
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ReadingIsOurPassion 7h
Wishing you all a wonderful day of reading, writing and reviewing 😊 Do something that makes you happy today and know that I appreciate all of my Twitter friends so very much 💜
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Kindle Book Review May 22
ONLY for a Limited Time! Amish Mystery and Romance Collection by Samantha Bayarr 4 Books for the Price of One! RT!
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Katie Mettner May 22
That destiny I knew. The eyes shining in the darkness would end my pain, if I let go and followed them. Only one man can save Winter, but will she know him when the time is right? Winter's Rain
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Sherri L. Hollister 4h
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Gemma Lawrence 11h
! To mark the anniversary of the death of Queen Anne Boleyn, the first three books in my series on her life are just 99p this week La Petite Boulain The Lady Anne Above all Others Also absolutely on !
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CarolynHowardJohnson 4h
"It's easy to be fearful. We can get over that. We can grab at success and we can do it our way."
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Nancy Cohen 8h
Teachers of American History - Assign this book to your students: THUMBS UP, a 1929 journey across America.
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CarolynHowardJohnson 12h
"Asking to commit to secrecy before reading your book is not the brilliant idea it appears to be."
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Women Writers 7h
We all want to write a wonderfully layered and complex book, right? Well, here’s a formula !
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CarolynHowardJohnson 6h
Great review and recommendation from the king of MidwestBookReview, Jim Cox for
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