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A Little Christmas: Levi's Secret
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Stand Out
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A Barista for Christmas
J. Hali Steele

Coming Arrival
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Christmas is only 12 days away, but that's still plenty of time to pick up a copy of my book One Tree in Hell A Poetry Collection. Enjoy this collection of poems for yourself this holiday season, or give it as a gift. Thanks so much.


Ultimate Guide to Tae Kwon Do by John Little: New

This is was staggering. Spectacularly written and translated. Dark, unnerving depiction of adolescence, mental health, trauma. Absolutely not for everyone but boy Im glad I read it. Its a triumph.

Needs to Do Better by Marginalized

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A Cross-Country Christmas (Road Trip Romance, #1), by Courtney Walsh


A Cross-Country Christmas by Courtney Walsh

My rating: 2 of 5 stars

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Diferentes relatos donde nos recuerdan que las pequeas cosas son tan importantes como las grandes.

Tierno, esperanzador e intenso. Cuanta razn tena quien me dijo que este autor brilla an ms con los relatos, si me re con sus novelas estos relatos me han llevado por un carrusel de emociones, despertando dentro de mi todo un abanico de sentimientos, me ha llevado a reflexionar y me ha mostrado detalles que por cotidianos muchas veces pasan desapercibidos.

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"Detroit And The "Good War"" (1996)
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Today on I am sharing this week's post. Find out what I've recently finished reading, what I'm currently reading and what I plan to read next!

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I've just finished University Tales by Jack Sheffield. A bit of a different style for him but quite good. I've just bought the Bookshop Murder by Merryn Allingham just a fluffy little mystery by the looks of it but should be a good read. Bookshop owner Flora Steele escapes the sleepy English village of Abbeymead through the adventures in the stories she sells. Until one morning, everything changes when she discovers a body amongst her own bookshelves....

The young man with the shock of white-blond hair lay spread-eagled on the floor, surrounded by fallen books. His hand reached out to the scattered pages, as though he was trying to tell her something.

But who is he How did he come to be killed in Floras ordinary little bookshop Flora finds out he was staying at the Priory Hotel, and when the gardener suddenly dies in its beautiful grounds only a few days later, she is certain that something untoward is happening in her quiet village by the sea.

But are the two deaths connected And is someone at the hotel responsible - the nervous cook, the money-obsessed receptionist, or the formidable manageress

Determined to save her beloved bookshops reputation and solve the murder mystery, Flora enlists the help of handsome and brooding Jack Carrington: crime writer, recluse and her most reliable customer.

As the unlikely duo set about investigating the baffling case, guilty faces greet them at every door. And they soon realise theres more than one person hiding secrets in Abbeymead....

The Blank Industries M92 was the backbone of many mining survey teams during the mid SOM exploration period. One of the few automotons not to have gone rogue, it remained viable late into the Fleischemaschine era.

I Gnome Sweet Gnome by Elva Birch ( 2/Lawn Ornament Shifters) today because rn its (not sure how long that will last), and because the cover & title made me laugh. This shorter-length Christmas story takes rom-com almost to absurd . Get ready for a jewel thief owl shifter to meet her mate as a Norwegian gnome factory owner.

Iconographie des champignons de Paulet, recueil de 217 planches dessines d'aprs nature by Lveill, Joseph Henri, 1796-1870 Paulet, Jean-Jacques, 1740-1826

It's a bit frustrating to listen to an or to just read a and feel like so little happened. It feels like the story is only build up for a second novel, but if you don't like the first its a wasted effort. Publishers really love trilogies but it can lead to some frustrating incomplete .

The I mentioned in my last post was The Sixth Window by Rachel Abbott. An easy 5 stars.

of : I can combine this with again .

1. crashing out of the , beaten and bottom of the group. Genuine LOL at this!
2. Finishing another really good that I enjoyed very much.
3: Spending time again with The Boy. The photo shows him concentrating on a counting game on his whilst waiting for his mama tonight. With a hot chocolate from . Very hot, Grandma, he said. Then asked Blow it

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1) Honeys by Ryan la Sala - A young adult horror book involving bees and a rich people summer camp. I kind of have no idea what I've just finished.

2) Obelisk Gate by NK Jemisin - sequel to the fifth season. Pretty solid, things happened and some people grew up.

3) Yu Yu Hakusho v1 - classic shonen manga by Togashi. Its about a delinquent named Yusuke Urameshi and his life as a spirit detective. I've watched the anime so I have a general idea of what to expect but wanted to read this for myself to see the differences. The first volume

Working On:

1) The Feral City by Jeremiah Moss - nonfiction/memoir about NYC during lockdown and after. I'm sort of slowing down on this one. I feel like I'm getting the same idea told in a slightly different way in a loop.

4) Octavia's Brood - no progress here

5) The Stone Sky by NJ Jemisin, no progress yet but it would be wild to finish this one within the week too!

Ed Parker's Infinite Insights Into Kenpo: Mental & Physical Applications: New.

Iconographie des champignons de Paulet, recueil de 217 planches dessines d'aprs nature by Lveill, Joseph Henri, 1796-1870 Paulet, Jean-Jacques, 1740-1826

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Looking to discover a new approach to My new explores the quest of with the help of some and a lot of . Order your copy today!

World Building : The Problems Thereof

I started The Silent project back in 2017 and if I said its been a fun, easy journey, Id be telling you lies...

Ok, friends and fellow tooters,
I'm looking for a particular book. I don't even remember how I heard about it but I googled it and found it on Goodreads. The link to buy it on Ama&on leads to an error message. I can't find it on thriftbooks, and I'm starting to think I won't ever actually find it. So I thought I'd put it here to see if someone else might know a way to find it and be willing to help me out.

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Figured I'd create a helpful little video with some tips on how to support indie authors.

If you have any ideas for tips yourself, please feel free to drop them in a comment. Also feel free to promo your indie books or share your fav indie author as well!


Giving a book as a holiday gift has the power to transport the reader.

A Wizard of Earthsea

I am so looking forward to this . Based on the Erasure.

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