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Silent Cries Aug 10
If u r interested in memoirs & survivor stories, u have 2 buy this. A courageous & brave lady who survived an awful childhood, but she got through it. As a survivor myself, I'm so proud of her 💖
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Rachael Bland Aug 12
I’ve written a piece in the Sunday Telegraph with the latest on me, ‘For Freddie’ and our You, Me & the Big C Podcast relaunch on 16th August. Do have a read💋
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unpackedsparkle Aug 10
Or challenge yourself & write your book about your life. Not only is the writing process cathartic, you’ll find yourself step in 2 the person that u really are & you’ll know yourself on a deeper & more personal level than u ever imagined-then U can chase ur !
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Bobby X 10m
Writing in my now I lived in poverty staying with friends with no indoor plumbing and the door don’t have knobs. They lock their tiny room with a padlock you would find on a locker in a Jr.High Gym
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Cathryn Kemp Aug 9
To celebrate I’m giving away a copy of my hard-hitting which won The Big Red Read Prize for Non Fiction. Simply LIKE and RT for a chance to win. Good luck!
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OnlineBookClub.org Aug 11
BOOK OF THE DAY August 11th Only $.99: Spanish version of a highly rated OBC favorite!
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Barbara Van Driel Aug 6
The FBI is broken. We all sense it. I know it. I was an agent there for nearly a decade and attempted to function within the dysfunction. An argument can be made that a broken system cannot be fixed. It begs the question: Who is watching the watchers?
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Big Tick Productions Aug 4
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Caryn Walker 💜 Aug 6
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Karen DeBonis 14h
Yesterday, my son turned 32. At 11, he was diagnosed with a brain tumor. To say I'm grateful for this day does not do my story justice. So I'm writing it.
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Nonchalant Charlotte Aug 4
Did you know you don’t even have to be funny to be on Twitter?
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Brigid P. Gallagher Aug 12
Inspirational self help and travel memoir AMAZON REVIEWS "A must read for anyone who loved "Eat, Pray, Love." "If you are interested in self healing, you will love this book."
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ƒяι∂z Aug 4
Her voice was on repeat, like a broken record inside his head. His knees wobbled, he felt knives struck inside his heart. He shed a tear. In his memory is where she's still alive.
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Jacqueline E Aug 13
Whaaaaat! I wrote a book! And published it and everything. Wooooah. I thought this day would never come, I have worked long and hard to get here and feel rather proud of myself today. Eeek!
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Linda Watson-Brown Aug 10
First review in for - how thoughtful is this? Thank you so much!
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Cindy Davis Aug 10
YIPPEE!! I’M FREE! 20+ and on . https://www/amazon.com/CindyDavis/e/B001K8OB9W/
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Caryn Walker 💜 Aug 11
Another review for my book this morning :) Please consider leaving me a review on Amazon or Goodreads if you have read my book -reviews are so important. Thank you.
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Madeleine Black Aug 9
To celebrate I’ll be giving away a signed copy of my memoir to one lucky tweeter! Simply LIKE and RT for a chance to and I’ll announce the winner tomorrow morning
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Lally Brown Aug 12
Off to the Caribbean? Want to know what it was like fifty years ago? Read 'HIGH and DRY in the BVI' and meet the wonderful islanders, the colorful expats, and the visiting 'snowbirds' who arrived each winter.
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J E Torres López Aug 7
. looking to publish collection of short poetic for our Aug 28 launch. Use to submit your for pub consideration.
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