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A New Look On Books

"You're never alone when you're reading a book." – Susan Wiggs

Day 10: YA/Middle Grade; Jackie Amsden

Meet Jackie Amsden. Jackie Amsden is a writing teacher and YA fiction author. Her recently released mystery/thriller, The Tokyo Cover Girls, is about three teen models who become trapped in a competition where they only escape is to uncover the... Continue Reading →

Day 9: Psychological; Sue Coletta

Meet Sue Coletta. Member of Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, and International Thriller Writers, Sue Coletta is a multi-published, award-winning author in numerous anthologies, and her forensics articles have appeared in InSinC Quarterly. In addition to her popular... Continue Reading →

Day 9: Psychological; Valerie Joan Connors

Meet Valerie Joan Connors. Valerie Joan Connors is the author of four novels, A Better Truth (Deeds Publishing, 2016), A Promise Made (Deeds Publishing, 2015), Shadow of a Smile (Deeds Publishing, 2014) and In Her Keeping (Bell Bridge Books, 2013).... Continue Reading →

Day 9: Psychological; Mary Ann D’Alto

Meet Mary Ann D'Alto. Social Media Links: Twitter: @AnnDslto Amazon: amazon.com/author/hecountstheirtears Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/hecountstheirtears Goodreads: goodreads.com/author/show/14395687.Mary_Ann_D_Alto YouTube Channel: is He Counts Their Tears Check out her author interview Part 1 and Part 2! Guest Post - "As every Writer knows, we... Continue Reading →

Day 9: Psychological; Guest Review of Rosa Fedele’s The Red Door

“I hurtled through the uneven grass towards the grove of trees. The two smaller men followed me, laughing and calling out obscene threats; this was just a game to them.” - Rosa Fedele The Red Door   A Review by... Continue Reading →

Day 9: Psychological; Rosa Fedele

Meet Rosa Fedele. ‘For me, every painting and every book is a new adventure, started with a thrill of excitement and anticipation.’ Australian painter Rosa Fedele, known for her portrait and figurative work, was born in Sydney and studied at... Continue Reading →

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