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Eric Wilder Aug 3
☠ 🐍 Paranormal investigator Buck McDivit deals with murder, priceless artifacts, and creatures of the night.
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Gemma Lawrence Jul 31
Elizabeth battles rebellion and royalty when her cousin, Mary Queen of Scots, flees to England... Treason in Trust £1.99 or !
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Anonnie111 12h
Remembering and thinking about reading this timely book.
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Gabino Iglesias Jul 31
Hey, it’s time for ! Share your work. RT this and we’ll RT whatever you need. Today we boost all signals. Remember: maybe you don’t read certain genres, but people in your platform might. Amplify everyone. Here’s my monster:
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Great Books Great Deals Jul 31
It’s Free Book Friday! Eight Great Freebies from New York Times, USA Today, and International Bestselling Authors! PLUS, it's the last day to enter our monthly giveaway!
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Heather Webb Aug 4
Happy pub day to my friend and podcaster extraordinaire, ! is sizzling on my night stand right now and I'm so excited to start it tonight! Grab your copy!
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AFD_en Aug 2
For our weekend / , a report on how AFD and partners are supporting conservation measures which protect biodiversity, natural ecosystems and people’s living conditions. This is a review of projects underway and recommendations for the future.
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Mary Emma Sivils Jul 31
I just finished Flames of Courage by Hannah Heath. So good, guys! Check it out (but don't forget the book that comes before it)!
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paperbackattack Jul 30
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June Foster 1h
Friday Fiction: Books From Off the Beaten Track. Sharing book reviews: Fantasy, Science Fiction, Space Opera, Supernatural, Horror, Magic Realism, Slipstream, Steampunk, Dystopian, Utopian, Mysteries, and Classic Speculative.
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Pamela Kenney 21h
Guido hated it when da boys just dropped in. Especially right in the middle of breakfast. What? He wasn't on the job yet. And he didn't need no crap about his favourite mug neither. If they weren't careful, they wouldn't be making it back from the bank job.
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Nick Arvin Jul 31
When I wandered onto this website ~9 years ago, I was supremely lucky that one of the first friends I made here was the extraordinary . She positively redeems this place & I'm so glad to be able to somehow discover her again in this (terrific!) book.
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Lizzie Lamb Jul 30
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Gemma Lawrence Jul 30
Elizabeth falls for the charms of Robin Dudley... But is he all he seems? The Most Dangerous Enemy £1.99 or !
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Tamara Ferguson Aug 4
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CrossReads 2h
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Suzanne Kamata Jul 30
I am reading SON OF A TRICKSTER by fellow UBC alumni Eden Robinson.
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Debra Ullrick 21h
“It is so nice to be able to read a book that has a positive message.” ♥ 💘 ♥ SAY IT WITH ROSES ♥ 💘 ♥ 💜 New York Times Best Selling Author 💜
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Algonquin Books Aug 1
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18th-Century Fiction Jul 31
After publishing (and reading) @ 400 articles in the past 18 years at ECF, the ones on material culture and related topics really stick in my mind. I never thought about the politics of pockets much before I read this ECF article by Ariane Fennetaux:
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