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By Pacific Book Review
Will Keep Young Adults Reading Under The Covers With Flashlights

By Pacific Book Review
Ego & Greed Team Up to Destroy the World in Author Catherine Klinger’s New Book Silence Uttered: A Tale of Unity Philosophical verses bend and shape the reader’s mind as characters in a diversified world fight for unity.

By Pacific Book Review
Holly Ghost Writer Scribes A Hip Story of Money and Fame In new book The Anonymous Girl Imagination woven with modern-day subtleties are brought together in HGW’s latest novel.

By JT Patten Books
Naperville independent publisher, Escape Your Reality Press, to partner with Chicago Ink Associated Press (CIAPress) to promote and publish military and espionage thrillers.

By bestsellerbookreviews.org
If you love books and have some free time you can get paid...

By Hollywood Book Reviews
A Promise to Astrid is a small book, but will leave a big impact on readers. The debut novel from Michael K. Tourville is an emotional and humorous story that readers will enjoy. The novel is set in 1986 in western Massachusetts.

By Kidstown Press
Jazz Musician & Producer Delfeayo Marsalis’ First Book Available Everywhere on October 30th

By Falbe Publishing
From July 8 to 12, five book bloggers will review Rys Rising by Tracy Falbe, an established creative talent from the burgeoning world of indie authors. Organized by Goddess Fish Promotions, the book blog tour includes a gift card prize drawing.

By Reology.org
Seven Days, Seven Bloggers Explore How to Create a Great Life: June 24 to June 30, 2013

By Rubicon Ventures
With the decline of so many bookstores in recent years, Baseline Books creates a space for reviews of popular and obscure books for readers to find their perfect reading match. Up and coming authors can get their books reviewed for free.

By New York Journal of Books
Are you tearing your hair out trying to come up with gift ideas for the children in your life? Have you considered a book? A book is engaging, fun, and educational, and it will be remembered always. New York Journal of Books makes the choice easy.

By New York Journal of Books
Are you tearing your hair out trying to come up with gift ideas for the children in your life? Have you considered a book? A book is engaging, fun, and educational, and it will be remembered always. New York Journal of Books makes the choice easy.

By Bookkus Publishing
Bookkus Publishing wants readers to become book reviewers and help choose the next books to publish. With readers choosing the best books to publish, authors will only receive the highest quality feedback and know how to improve their book.

By Pacific Book Review
Award Winning Author Roland Allnach Reveals Tales of the Supernatural and Paranormal in His New Collection of Novellas Titled “Oddities & Entities".

By New York Journal of Books
NYJB reviewer David Cooper dives into The Attic, Psalm 44, and The Lute and the Scars citing the Shoah themes plus the lyrical and whimsical quality of the translation. Highly recommended to foreign literature fans and D. Kiš devotees.

By book reviews, publishing, Dragon Keepers
Bruce Goldwell is offering preview copies of the first 50 pages of his new book Dragon Keepers IV to Talk Show Host and others who would like to preview this book and offer a review.

By William Spencer - Author
Early five star reviews for ‘The Way of Vengeance’ written by maverick UK indie writer William Spencer

By New York Journal of Books
NYJB reviewer Gordon S. Grice: "Handmade Houses: A Century of Earth-Friendly Home Design Richard Olsen has presented a valuable survey of the development of this building type over the past 75 years. The book is beautiful, informative, and beguiling"

By William Spencer - Author
Yorkshire Author and Copywriter William Spencer launched his new ebook novel this week, set against the backdrop of a forgotten Soviet Genocide which claimed six million lives.

By The Path to Publication Group
Issue Number 2 of THE PATH, published by The Path to Publication Group, is now available. Buy a copy through CreateSpace.com and Amazon.com.

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By Pacific Book Review
Will Keep Young Adults Reading Under The Covers With Flashlights

By Pacific Book Review
Jamila “Jamie” Davis had everything she needed to grow up into a successful young woman.  She came from a godly family, attended church every Sunday, and the Holy Spirit was a living, breathing force that her grandmother had taught her to feel.

By Hollywood Book Reviews
With numerous books published each year, either in e-book or traditional paper format, it is difficult for any author to stand apart from the crowd.

By Pacific Book Review
Ego & Greed Team Up to Destroy the World in Author Catherine Klinger’s New Book Silence Uttered: A Tale of Unity Philosophical verses bend and shape the reader’s mind as characters in a diversified world fight for unity.

By Hollywood Book Reviews
Life can change on a dime, and should never be taken for granted.

By Lightword Publishing
The spring, 2014 issue of The Mindquest Review of Books, just released, provides reviews of noteworthy books.

By Pacific Book Review
Holly Ghost Writer Scribes A Hip Story of Money and Fame In new book The Anonymous Girl Imagination woven with modern-day subtleties are brought together in HGW’s latest novel.

By Pacific Book Review
Keepers of Runes and the Tower of Shadows is an inventive adventure. The novel is an impressive debut from Andrew D. Cratsley.  This fantasy book takes readers on a journey into a world of knights, dwarves, and magic.

By Pacific Book Review
Espionage and intrigue continue in Holy Ghost Writer’s seventh book in The Count of Monte Cristo series, The Anonymous Girl.

By JT Patten Books
Naperville independent publisher, Escape Your Reality Press, to partner with Chicago Ink Associated Press (CIAPress) to promote and publish military and espionage thrillers.

By yoo-cht
Jesus Came from Outer Space is Hilarious, Well Written and Leaves You Wanting More

By Hollywood Book Reviews
C.J. Duarte’s debut novel, The Dash (Volume 1), is a surreal journey into a strange new land. When a discouraged author, Claire, attempts suicide by jumping from her balcony, she does not expect to land in the strange town of Cloak Valley.

By yoo-cht
Don't miss out - Trilogy by Sophia Myers is now available on Amazon

By Pacific Book Review
A Genius Who Dwarfs Einstein, Is Threatened by Evil in Miracle Man by William R. Leibowitz Author’s Groundbreaking Work Crosses Genres in Storytelling.

By Authorspress
( ISSN: 2347 - 632X)/ www.verbalart.in/ www.authorspressbooks.com

By Authorspress
www.phenomenalliterature.com/ (ISSN 2347- 5951)/ A Publication of Authorspress, New Delhi, India.

By Hollywood Book Reviews
Based on the title alone, you know you’re in for a crazy ride with “Circle Jerk” by Rollo Thomassey.

By bestsellerbookreviews.org
If you love books and have some free time you can get paid...

By Pacific Book Review
Holy Ghost Writer’s Latest Release: The Count of Monte Cristo As Retold by Sherlock Holmes Retelling Alexandre Dumas’ classic through the eyes of Sherlock Holmes brings a new spin to a story to a new generation of reading enthusiasts.

By Hollywood Book Reviews
A Promise to Astrid is a small book, but will leave a big impact on readers. The debut novel from Michael K. Tourville is an emotional and humorous story that readers will enjoy. The novel is set in 1986 in western Massachusetts.

By Kidstown Press
Jazz Musician & Producer Delfeayo Marsalis’ First Book Available Everywhere on October 30th

By Hollywood Book Reviews
This novel is the third she has written focusing on racial prejudice and the effects of slavery in Africa.

By Falbe Publishing
From July 8 to 12, five book bloggers will review Rys Rising by Tracy Falbe, an established creative talent from the burgeoning world of indie authors. Organized by Goddess Fish Promotions, the book blog tour includes a gift card prize drawing.

By Leo Publishing, LLC
The reviews are in for E. N. De Choudens’s debut work of horror-poetry and narrative, A Quick Look to an Insane Mind, and they are exceptional!

By Reology.org
Seven Days, Seven Bloggers Explore How to Create a Great Life: June 24 to June 30, 2013

By Hollywood Book Reviews
Author Harry E. Gilleland, Jr. takes readers on an action-filled excursion through life, as it was, in twelfth century England in his latest novel A Wandering Warrior.  Mr.

By NY Journal of Books
Reading calms frazzled nerves. Losing yourself in a book compels the mind to concentrate and eases tensions. Stressed about choosing a read? Alleviate the hassle by relying on the best book reviews online at NY Journal of Books

By New York Journal of Books
Jackie Robinson Day is a fitting tribute to major league baseball's #42, a giant among men and a player whose determination and accomplishments on and off the field compelled America to confront harmful racial stereotypes.

By eBook Review Gal
Indie publishing is desirable to many writers. An abundance of eBooks exists - good for readers, but frustrating to authors. Indie authors must be master book marketers, but many are clueless about marketing their eBooks.

By BookReviewBuzz.com
BookReviewBuzz.com Helps Self-Published And Indie Authors Get More Reviews For Their Books A new website, BookReviewBuzz.com was launched in October 2012 and allows authors to post their book for review.

By New York Journal of Books
New York Journal of Books reviewer Jim Thompson, a leading author of Nordic Noir in Finland, notes Ake Edwardson’s unusually meandering story in the newly released translation of Room No.

By New York Journal of Books
"The Mapmaker's War: A Legend" is an inspiring tale with a feminist spin. A laudatory review in New York Journal of Books is accompanied by an exclusive in depth interview that explains the author's writing process.

By New York Journal of Books
Author Priscille Sibley's debut novel illuminates end of life entanglements, addressing the complex process of grief and how it affects survivors. It's a compelling drama that grips the heart and moves readers to wonder, what would I do?

By New York Journal of Books
This memoir is a poignant tale about a search for answers, revealing the enduring power of a son's love and the overwhelming sense of loss that fuels the quest for information about his fathers untimely death. It's a sensational read.

By New York Journal of Books
"Banzai Babe Ruth: Baseball, Espionage, and Assassination During the 1934 Tour of Japan" lauded by eminent baseball historian Dorothy Seymour Mills for thorough research and accurate depiction of Babe Ruth's 1934 baseball tour of Japan.

By Rubicon Ventures
With the decline of so many bookstores in recent years, Baseline Books creates a space for reviews of popular and obscure books for readers to find their perfect reading match. Up and coming authors can get their books reviewed for free.

By New York Journal of Books
“There’s nothing more wonderful than the sparkle in a child's eye when reading a picture book,” says Rita Lorraine Hubbard, New York Journal of Books reviewer, children’s book author, Lee & Low Publishers 2012 New Voices Award Winner.

By EK Ellis Literary Works
Authors & Poets needing exposure for their books, novels & poetry. You've crafted this wonderful piece of literature, now it's time for the world to embrace it.

By The Right Questions
The Best 6 Leadership and Management Books for Christmas 2012: Do you want to know what the best leadership and management books are? Are you wondering what to ask for this Christmas? Do you want to be a more successful and more fulfilled? Read on!

By New York Journal of Books
Are you tearing your hair out trying to come up with gift ideas for the children in your life? Have you considered a book? A book is engaging, fun, and educational, and it will be remembered always. New York Journal of Books makes the choice easy.

By New York Journal of Books
Are you tearing your hair out trying to come up with gift ideas for the children in your life? Have you considered a book? A book is engaging, fun, and educational, and it will be remembered always. New York Journal of Books makes the choice easy.

By Bookkus Publishing
Bookkus Publishing wants readers to become book reviewers and help choose the next books to publish. With readers choosing the best books to publish, authors will only receive the highest quality feedback and know how to improve their book.

By Martial Art Book Inc.
If you have ever gotten into a situation where you needed to use self defense then you know how important it is. This analyzes the systems found in the book Self Defense: Facing Violence.

By New York Journal of Books
The top-selling genre, romance fiction attracts millions of readers. A recent release, Come Fly with Me, breaks out of a predictable romance template to weave a contemporary story punctuated by vivid descriptions of a picturesque landscape.

By Pacific Book Review
Award Winning Author Roland Allnach Reveals Tales of the Supernatural and Paranormal in His New Collection of Novellas Titled “Oddities & Entities".

By New York Journal of Books
Diehard KISS fans, hard line rockers, and even casual listeners will rock to new books about the legendary band. Replete with facts, anecdotes and never before articulated tales, NYJB's KISS expert appraises these tantalizing tell-alls.

By New York Journal of Books
NO MORE BULL, October is National Bullying Prevention month. New York Journal of Books reviews an array of titles that address this issue and offer guidance to families, teachers and school administrators who are facing and fighting this crisis.

By Readers Favorite
Readers Favorite, the fastest growing book review and award contest site on the internet, has announced the winners in their 2012 International Book Award Contest, whose contestants ranged from self-published authors to celebrities

By New York Journal of Books
"Against Security: How We Go Wrong at Airports, Subways, and Other Sites of Ambiguous Danger" questions America's security response to 9/11. Are our methods effective or are they a means of quelling the deep seated fears that were born on 9/11/2001?

By New York Journal of Books
"Leading From Behind: The Reluctant President and the Advisors Who Decide for Him" is the latest scathing assessment of President Obama’s leadership. NY Journal of Books reviews and concludes: The decision is in voter’s hands.



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