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OnlineBookClub.org Sep 21
BOOK OF THE DAY September 21st Temporarily FREE: A Day in Eternity by Finalist in the 2017 Next Generation Indie Book Awards - Inspirational Fiction category!
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Patrick James Whelan 1h
Mr. Cameron is to be removed as grand master of the Orange Association for his part in defending me.
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Uvi Poznansky Author 32m
Uvi ✨ Where did the fire start? with a modern twist  …
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Larry F. Sommers 24h
Received very helpful feedback from Agent Gina Panettieri of Talcott Notch Literary Agency on the beginning of my novel Freedom's Purchase. Thanks, !
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Atulya 4h
Just some light Saturday morning reading. Thank you for the spot-on book recommendation! Am really enjoying this. Notes galore!
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Craig Bruce Smith 11m
Early American and fans, 's forthcoming novel on George Washington's possible relationship with Mary Philipse will offer a fictional take on a documentary gap in the French & Indian War. …?
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Rowena House Sep 21
Just bought this beautiful YA tale by uber talented Ann Turnbull. "1605: a time of danger and persecution for English Catholics." A curl-up treat for an autumnal evening.
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HistFic Virtual Book Tours Sep 19
We can all agree that ROCKS, but do you have a favorite sub-genre?
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Fruit Bowl Books 42m
It's always exciting reading a new book! Sally can't wait to start this Kate Grenville novel 📚🍏
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Julie Herman Sep 20
Just recommended IN ANOTHER TIME by as a comparison read for a friend writing a novel set in WWII — Leech deals with the romantic elements of her story in a touching way. Honors the period, but contemporary readers will love it too.
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bleachhouselibrary 8h
If you saw and were horrified by the transportation sentencing during the famine, you should read She tells of the women who were forced into ‘crime’ to stay alive. Harrowing but based on fact.
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Mary Anne Yarde 12h
"If you think this is another Arthurian tale, you're mistaken..." The Drunken Druid. Read the multi award-winning series for FREE with Kindle Unlimited.
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Katie Crabb Sep 20
Writing is a trip sometimes. Like, when I think about all the stuff I've researched to get to this point in my series (the first trilogy complete, with the potential for an expansion) it's truly wild.
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Maximilian Hawker 23h
For an historical take on the real why not check out my novel, Breaking The Foals?
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Sara Fujimura Sep 20
Behind the Scenes of BREATHE: The Philadelphia Navy Yard. On September 18, 1918, the 1st case of in PA was recorded at the Navy Yard, but authorities didn't do anything about it. The next day 600 were ill.
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Rodney Page Author 4h
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Mary Anne Yarde 12h
Two Prophesies. Two Noble Households. One Throne. Catch up with the multi award-winning series for FREE with Kindle Unlimited.
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Book Promotion Sep 19
Kate Bushnell knocked at the door where a red light shone A girl with a bruised face opened a crack & warned"You'd better go It's not safe He'll beat you too"Kate pushed in and reached into her medical bag, ready to help
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RAELLE LOGAN-AUTHOR 34m
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Jo 🐝 12h
On Saturday I am delighted to have as my today, the author Elizabeth Woodcraft talking to me about her writing. Her latest novel is out now
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