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Interview With Ann Lee Miller-Author of Kicking Eternity

Note: Anyone who leaves a comment with an e-mail address (JaneReader[at]msn[dot]com) will receive a free e-book copy of Kicking Eternity. Those who don’t want to leave an e-mail may contact Ann for their free book at AnnLeeMiller.com. Tell us a little about your novel, Kicking Eternity. Kicking Eternity is all about chasing dreams—our dreams, God’s […]

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Remembering Christmas by Dan Walsh

Remembering Christmas is a nice cozy holiday novel. The settings is in the 1980s in a small town in Costal Florida. A young man struggles through finding his way in life after his father leaves. Though he doesn’t realize it until later in life, he has become bitter toward others. He pursues success in business, […]

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Give My Love to the Chestnut Trees By Beverly Varnado

It’s not often I’m surprised by a book, but this book captured me from the beginning. I knew early on I would like this story. In fact, out of the hundreds of novels I’ve read, I’d rank this book in my top 10 fiction books. Give My Love to the Chestnut Trees is a rich, […]

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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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Tessa Stockton – author of The Unforgivable

Today I have the privilege to interview Tessa Stockton, author of The Unforgivable. Her book was published in March of this year, and she’s going to share a little about the process of writing and publishing. What was the inspiration for your book, The Unforgivable? Working with human right groups long ago, I had an […]

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