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Love, Love, Love.
Couldn’t put this book down. It was exciting and interesting from beginning to end. Jinx Schwartz has a great writing style. You feel you know these characters and want to know more and more about them.
Her storyline keeps you on the edge of your seat as you wait to see what in the world will happen next!
EXCELLENT story, EXCELLENT characters = a wonderful read.
Don’t miss this one!
You can find it on Amazon for the Kindle at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005Z5HQNO/ref=r_soa_w_d It’s also available in paperback and on audio CD at Amazon.
Susan Hawthorne. <—- Click to see my bio.
Leave a comment and let me know what you think of it. Thanks for visiting!
There’s a GREAT new Challenge on Brian Roger’s blog.
It’s called the Iron Writer’s Challenge. (Yep – just like Iron Chef – but for writers!)
It’s a Flash Fiction Challenge – 500 words. There are 4 writers, each are given 4 elements to include in the story, each will have 4 days to write.
On his blog, you’ll see a contact link to click if you’d like to participate! Then Brian will contact you with your date. The elements will be given to you on the Thursday before your story is due. It will be due that Sunday, so you have 4 days to write your heart out!
The first Challenge is up now – you can go and read the 4 stories and vote for the one you like best!
I’m participating in the second challenge and my story will be on the site on Thursday March 7th! I’m very excited!
OH Second Challenge stories are up now at http://theironwriter.com/the-stories/challenge-2-stories/
Please read and vote!!
Here’s that link again:
Don’t miss out on this, it’s quick, it’s easy, and it’s a TON of fun
Have a look and do let me know what you think! Isn’t it a great concept?
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THE STEWARD (Weald Fae Journals, Book 1)
by Christopher Shields
Christopher Shields has created a wonderful world filled with Fantasy, intrigue and magic. The Steward (Weald Fae Journals) is fast paced with a strong protagonist. It’s set amidst the beauty of the Ozarks in Arkansas; who would expect to meet the Fae here? That’s fairies to the uninitiated – but nothing like tinkerbell. These are the classic faeries from Celtic lore who rule the woodlands and control the elements. Some are aligned with goodness and others
are quite frightful. Maggie, a 16 year old girl, who has been uprooted from her home learns there is more to her background than a cabin in the Ozarks. She is to be the new Steward, one who protects the land of the Fae and is a liason between their world and ours.
Touted as a YA story, this will delight lovers of Fantasy of any age.
I highly recommend this book, I couldn’t put it down. My only dismay (and delight) was the discovery that there is a sequel!
Well done, Christopher Shields, well done!
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The Humanity of Medicine: The Story of Mark E. Ellis, MD, A Journey From Boyhood to Manhood and Cancer Patient to Cancer Doctor
by Lynn Ellis
I knew Dr Ellis when I worked at Riverside Regional Medical Center and thoroughly enjoyed reading this book about his life. Well Done!
This book takes you through the life of a burgeoning physician and the decisions he has to make while also highlighting the progression of his harrowing illness and its effects on his life and the life of his family.
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by Alle Wells
This is a wonderfully written story about a young woman whose family was, to say the least, dysfunctional. Her childhood left her feeling unloved and unappreciated (not to mention unprotected!) and she left it behind and learned to hold her head up and appreciate the true person she was.
When her father was on his deathbed, she came home and revisited all that had happened there and who she had become since leaving.
A very emotional and moving story that I would recommend to anyone. This is a book that is hard to put down and as you come to know “Nikki” you become wrapped in her life and hope and pray
that she’ll manage to overcome the legacy her family left her.
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Just Add Water (Hetta Coffey)
by Jinx Schwartz
What a fun read! Take a little overseas intrigue, a couple of girls who just wanna have fun, a dog who should have his own book, then throw in a sailboat to make it even more interesting.
Hetta can certainly hold her own in just about any environment! If you go along for the ride, you won’t regret it.
Her life takes many ups and downs, twists and turns, and you won’t want to miss a second of it.
I highly recommend this adventurous book. Jinx Schwartz knows how to entertain!