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Ruth Reviews – There’s a Bear on my Chair by Ross Collins

Poor Mouse! A bear has settled in his favourite chair and that chair just isn’t big enough for two. Mouse tries all kinds of tactics to move the pesky Bear but nothing works and poor Mouse gives up. Once Mouse has gone, Bear gets up and walks home. But what’s that? Is that a Mouse… Continue reading Ruth Reviews – There’s a Bear on my Chair by Ross Collins

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Ruth Reviews – Max the Brave by Ed Vere

This is Max. Doesn’t Max look sweet. Max looks so sweet that sometimes people like to dress him up in ribbons. Max does not like being dressed up in ribbons. Because Max is a fearless kitten. Max is an intrepid kitten. Max is a brave kitten. Max is a Kitten who chases MICE Story Max… Continue reading Ruth Reviews – Max the Brave by Ed Vere

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My Review – All Things Unholy by Piia Bredenberg

First of all, I love the cover, it clearly captures the tone, time period, genre, and overall feel of the novel. Also I love purple. Here’s the blurb: It is the Fall of 1890, and there is a serial murderer on the loose in the sprawling Victorian city of Fabler. Ripping through the dark underbelly… Continue reading My Review – All Things Unholy by Piia Bredenberg

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My Review – Reaper’s Rhythm by Clare Davidson

Clare published her second novel, Reaper’s Rhythm today! Since she gave me an e-ARC I thought I would kindly review it for her in time for the launch. Blurb: When everyone thinks your sister committed suicide, it’s hard to prove she was murdered. Kim is unable to accept Charley’s sudden death. Crippled by an unnatural… Continue reading My Review – Reaper’s Rhythm by Clare Davidson

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My Review – Grammar At Work (online course)

Who this will appeal to: People wanting to improve their English grammar; writers. I decided to take a course in grammar to improve my writing. I found Grammar At Work by The Publishing Training Centre in association with Oxford University Press and I decided to have a go. The course is entirely online and you… Continue reading My Review – Grammar At Work (online course)

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Product Review for Wacom Bamboo Pen & Touch Graphics Tablet

Product Creator: Wacom Website: Amazon Who Would Buy This? Artists, Illustrators, Graphic Designers, Hobbyists. Those shopping for: Graphics Tablets, Art equipment for Computers Product Features: Two sensors for pen and multi-touch input Support of multi-touch gestures to scroll, zoom, rotate and more Pressure-sensitive pen tip and eraser for natural feel Battery-free and ergonomic pen with… Continue reading Product Review for Wacom Bamboo Pen & Touch Graphics Tablet

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My Review – Writing Fight Scenes by Rayne Hall

I bought this eBook from a recommendation by one of my writing friends and it has been an inspiring, useful tool. Rayne Hall writes clearly and concisely with an easy to follow structure. He begins with the basics of writing fight scenes with mood and style: gritty or entertaining. Then discusses how location is used… Continue reading My Review – Writing Fight Scenes by Rayne Hall

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My Review – Make A Killing On Kindle by Michael Alvear

With hindsight, it seems to me that there is no one sure way to success with selling ebooks online. What worked for one author a few years ago probably wont work now due to the changeability of Amazon’s algorithms. My advise is simply: Keep publishing books. Make them good. I’m working on that advice myself.… Continue reading My Review – Make A Killing On Kindle by Michael Alvear

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My Review – Cornerstone by Misty Provencher

I won a free copy of Cornerstone and I knew a lot of my writing friends thought very highly of it. Cornerstone is a young adult urban fantasy / paranormal romance. CORNERSTONE is the story of Nalena Maxwell, a girl who’s been dubbed The Waste at her new school, due to her mom’s obsessive paper hoarding. Nalena… Continue reading My Review – Cornerstone by Misty Provencher