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Review: She Wulf by Sheryl Steines

What’s it like to live in the wizarding world as an adult, not spending all your time chasing after a boy wonder? Sheryl Steines has the answers.Her magic users cast spells the way we send texts,  a jinx here for … Continue reading

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Review Request – Maven Fairy Godmother

Please feel free to review “Maven Fairy Godmother – Through the Veil” on,,  or at Barnes & Noble.  Maven is also available on iTunes. Grab a copy, sit back, and prepare to smile. If you have a blog and like to … Continue reading

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Not Necessarily Incorrect

Sitting at the cafe in Barnes & Noble, I laughed until I was wheezing while reading _F on Exams: The Very Best Totally Wrong Test Answers_ by Richard Benson Continue reading

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Review of Bottle of Red by Stuart Clarke

∞ ∞ ∞ ∞  (4/5 infinities…since I can’t find the star character code) Some spoiler alerts ahead. I have to say up front: I’m not fond of vampire books, but I know Stuart from Southeastern Writers  Association, so I decided to take a … Continue reading

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A review for Maven Fairy Godmother

Nothing is like reading a review of one’s book by someone who likes it. The view is wonderful up here on Cloud Nine! Continue reading

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Review: Amazon Queen by Lori Devoti

The queen of the Amazon safe house, Zery Kostovska, sees her unquestioning belief in the system that raised her crash around her ears as the tribe she protects comes under attack. Continue reading

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Daniel Amen-Making a Good Brain Great

Dr. Amen’s Neuro-Link, a supplement of amino acids and vitamins that is supposed to help regulate brain function without side effects. It contains B6, L-tyrosine, GABA, L-glutamine, inositol, taurine and 5-HTP. Years back, I read a similar book that suggested these amino acids and vitamins as a cure for depression, a way to stop taking antidepressants. Continue reading

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