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A day in the life of a Writer/Dad

As part of the Blog Tour for Morte Point, I'm pleased to be able to share a guest post with you from Robert Parker; the author himself. Yay! *everyone applauds*   My Usual Day As A Writer-Dad   5.45 AM Oh my god, really? You really want to wake up now? The little foot in… Continue reading A day in the life of a Writer/Dad

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Implant – Ray Clark: Excerpt

Hey guys! Today, I'm on the blog tour for a fantastic book called Implant by Ray Clark. It's the third in a series, but admittedly, this book was my introduction to it. I've added the previous installments to my TBR pile as I've really enjoyed this book thus far; and while it is part of… Continue reading Implant – Ray Clark: Excerpt

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Busted – Michele I. Khoury: Excerpt (#LoveBooksGroupTours)

Impacted by the recession, twenty-four-year-old artist Gina McKenna is down to her last few dollars and days away from living in her car when a successful businessman buys a painting and commissions another. As their relationship evolves, she's seduced by his charm and mesmerized by his luxurious lifestyle until she discovers he's a drug kingpin.… Continue reading Busted – Michele I. Khoury: Excerpt (#LoveBooksGroupTours)

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Book Simulator (#LoveBooksGroupTours)

Woo! I'm so happy to be taking part in my first blog tour! I'm thankful to be able to take part. I'm not the only one, so if you fancy checking it out, see the above poster for all the other lovely bloggers who will be covering Book Simulator by Chris Yee on the book… Continue reading Book Simulator (#LoveBooksGroupTours)

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Why Kindle is superior to the Paperback

Ooo, that's right, I said it, I went there! Kindle > Paperbacks. For many moons, or well, just the one moon, technically, but, it's been a while; people have argued that paperbacks are, and will always be superior when compared to the sinful e-book. Okay, so I'll admit, I hands down prefer having a physical… Continue reading Why Kindle is superior to the Paperback