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Samantha Robertson Aug 13
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Brandy Ledford Aug 11
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YoursTrulyBookServices Aug 12
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Besembek et alia Aug 13
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Nuts and Bolts of Writing PODCAST Aug 13
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Suzanne Jenkins-Pam of Babylon 13h
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ A Time Old Tale, Told With An Astute Voice
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B & B Publishing Aug 11
🌹Accused of witchcraft!🌹 Part three of Royal Sagas: Tudors to Stuarts. Just released!
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Black Rose Writing Aug 12
Another great review for author Joe Edd Morris and his recent release "Torched" () from ! For more info click the link to read the review!
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All Author 15m
A fantastically written with charismatic characters and witty dialogue. Read "Beth: A Needful Bride" now. available at Amazon -->
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Book Cave Direct 10h
Every classic story starts somewhere - including the Phantom of the Opera's. Get this FREE Mild book here:
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SaucyWenchesBookClub Aug 13
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Suspense Thrillers 50m
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Book Promotion Aug 12
The book grabs you right at the start and keeps you reading start to finish. Read "The Queen's Dog" now. available at Amazon -->
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KU Addicts Express Aug 13
The Earl of Huntingdon has no time for women. It’s a shame Miss Haversham hasn't received the message. The reporter won't leave him alone but he’ll be damned if she gets near his kidnap club. Or his bed. Find it at
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Margaret Kaine Aug 10
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Adam Blumer Aug 13
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Truly Trendy PR Aug 12
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Sadhan Jyoti Dutta 2h
In 1877, Thomas Edison coined the telephone greeting “Hello.” He suggested the use of “Hello” to the president of the Telegraph Company to answer the phone instead of “Ahoy, ahoy” suggested by Alexander Bell.
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Teeb TV Aug 7
is indeed a . There are so many stories to be told. We are working on a story about two souls who found each other in Melaka. Both wanted so badly to forget the past. Unearth something…
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Historic Mystery Aug 7
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