Royal red, white and blue Royal red, white and blue by Casey McQuiston is $ 2.99! This is probably on sale because of the exciting recent news of the movie and I know many of you have loved this. Aarya gave him a C- because he saw that the political world was building a lot…

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So This Is Ever After by FT Lukens Oh god you guys, this book is just as dreamy and adorable as its cover suggests. I usually do not like lands where the main conflict between a couple is that no one can force themselves to accept their feelings. However, I have a soft spot for…

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When no one is watching When no one is watching by Alyssa Cole is $ 2.99! We were all very excited about this. What did you think of Cole’s thriller debut? I’m very curious if there will be more to it! Rear window MEET Get out in this impressive thriller by a critically acclaimed and…

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An unexpected danger RECOMMENDED: An unexpected risk by Deanna Raybourn is $ 1.99! This is the sixth book in Veronica Speedwell the series and Sarah gave it a B + in a Lightning Review: An unexpected danger was, as expected, the perfect holiday reading. A princess is missing and a peace treaty is on the…

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Welcome back to Wednesday’s links, everyone! I’m very happy that you are here. It’s my partner’s birthday this week and I’m full of emotions to celebrate. I did an art trick for them and made one Princess Monoke– Theme light terrarium. They do not read the page regularly unless I tell them to, so I…

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A few weeks ago, I posted a reminder note: Research writing prices. I added this to my already long list of things to do. Serendipity hit a few days ago when people at Query Letter.com sent me a link to their list of writing contests. It is a long list as it covers a wide…

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Drumroll please…. today is the official departure day for THE ADMIRAL WOMAN, my fifth novel. The story – a double time novel set in Hong Kong – has been ‘at work’ for quite some time and I’m glad to share it with you. The lives of two women living in Hong Kong more than a…

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In 1905, Alice Roosevelt accompanied William H. Taft on a trip to Asia. One of the newspapers referred to the trip as well Alice in Wonderland: First Maiden of Land will travel to the Orient. According to the news, Alice Roosevelt, would “cross the Pacific in a floating palace” and “had her own suite of…

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While living in Hong Kong, I discovered Qi Gong. My friend Tita and I signed up for a class at the Helena May Club and every Tuesday we learned this ancient, Chinese form of coaching. I remember being thrilled with the moves our instructor Lawrence taught us. One of the first moves we learned was…

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Today’s guest post is by Yvonne Zipter, author of Infraction. Yvonne has written three poetry collections, two non-fiction books, and is the author of the National Inside Out syndicate which was published from 1983 to 1993. Welcome, Yvonne. Glad to see you here. ~~~ When I was editor of manuscripts in the journal division at…

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