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Penny Zeller’s New Book Release – Hailee

Penny Zeller is launching her book, Hailee. I have the privilege of hosting her on my blog today. Penny, tell us a bit about your latest release. Hello, Eddie, thank you for having me as your guest. It’s great to be here! Hailee is the third and final book in my Montana Skies Historical Romance […]

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See from the eyes of the blind–Janet Eckles release, Simply Salsa

Celebrating life through difficulties. Janet Eckles is blind. She has experienced tragedies worse than blindness, but in hardship she has found joy and triumph. On August 9th, she is launching a book that explains her struggles and the joy she found in the Lord. The official book launch is August 9th, and if you buy […]

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Book launch for a friend – Linda Weaver Clarke

Celebrating Freedom and the Book Launch of Montezuma Intrigue   In celebration of our country’s “Freedom” and the Official Book Launch for Montezuma Intrigue, Linda Weaver Clarke is having a Book Give-Away lasting until July 7: Win a mystery/adventure novel with a touch of romance at http://lindaweaverclarke.blogspot.com. Adventure…Suspense…Romance…Intrigue…Humor! The search for Montezuma’s treasure, mysterious events, […]

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The Book Launch for ‘I Called Him Dancer’!

Congratulations to Sherry Cunningham! Sherry is the winner of the Kindle 3. Congratulation to Dee Bradley! Dee is the winner of the $25 Amazon gift card. Congratulations to Suzanne Hartmann! She’s the winner of the book drawing. Thanks to everyone for making the launch week of I Called Him Dancer a big success! The contest […]

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Roman Carnival – YA Novel by Serafim Gascoigne

A friend is releasing Roman Carnival today: When the Romans built Londinium, they planned to stay. This fact was evident to Anthony as he raced for his life up the Portobello Road. He would have to put on an extra spurt if he was to stay ahead of his pursuers. Already the gap was narrowing. […]

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