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Keep Calm and Read!

This has happened to me way too often…

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Get ready! 24 hours of offers is back “We have limited stock of 24 great titles to cover 24 hours. Each hour we will be offering one of these at a superb price with up to 70% off RRP (and maybe even a sneaky bonus offer here and there too). Each title is for sale … Continue reading

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“At one magical instant in your early childhood, the page of a book that string of confused, alien ciphers shivered into meaning. Words spoke to you, gave up their secrets; at that moment, whole universes opened. You became, irrevocably, a reader.” ~ Alberto Manguel

Book Reviews: BAGGAGE by Shelia Bolt Rudesill

5 STARS: “A widow, Holly is coming up on her 40th birthday and is content with life, until an unexpected man comes into her life and turns it upside down. Even with their children making life difficult Holly and Charlie try to make a go of it. I love how Sheila has created characters that … Continue reading

If you could meet any author who would it be?

If you could meet any author who would it be?

What would you ask? What would you tell?

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Wait: The Useful Art of Procrastination

By Laura James artsHub We all put things off. We all procrastinate. But as Frank Partnoy says in his book, Wait: The Useful Art of Procrastination, this can serve a positive purpose. In his introduction, Partnoy explains that “much recent research about decisions helps us understand what we should do or how we should do … Continue reading

10 Easy Ways To Get More Reading Done

Written by Daniel Wong Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers. –       Charles W. Eliot “I really should read more books,” you tell yourself. There’s all this information you want to acquire, all these skills you want to … Continue reading

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