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Geeky Readers Review: On the Chase by Katie Ruggle +Audiobook Thoughts @TantorAudio

Geeky Readers Review: On the Chase by Katie Ruggle +Audiobook Thoughts @TantorAudio

Read for Review (NetGalley)

This is book can be read as a stand alone but you will miss out on some of the character development and details which occurred in book 1.

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Guest Review: Jackaby by William Ritter

Guest Review: Jackaby by William Ritter

Today on Geeky Bloggers Book Blog you get a Review by Lauren: You can find her on Facebook and her Blog. Thank you Lauren for sharing Jackaby with my readers. Dr Who and Sherlock Holmes type of book sounds awesome!

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Guest Review: Hate to Want You by Alisha Rai

Guest Review: Hate to Want You by Alisha Rai

Read for Fun (Personal Copy)

Reviewed by Beth (@PickettPhD)

The relationship between Livvy and Nicholas, childhood friends and then teenaged lovers, was supposed to have ended with the tragedy and family feuding that began ten years ago. Unable to fully let go of each other, they’ve been secretly meeting once a year for a no-strings-attached night together.

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#GuestReview: Moon Dance & Vampire Moon by JR Rain @JAScribbles

#GuestReview: Moon Dance & Vampire Moon by JR Rain @JAScribbles

  Hi Felicia and everyone. Thanks for having me on the blog today. My name is Jenna. Some of you may have seen me on Twitter or the Internet as JAScribbles. I’ve been reading for decades (ahem) and am happy to be here to share my guest review. Are you ready for some vampires? I love a good vampire story. Make it a series, especially one that has many, many books already published and I’m thrilled. The Vampire for Hire series by JR Rain has 12 titles at the time of this post (Oct 2016). Who knows how long he […]

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Guest Post: How to Improve your Writing Style by Marlene Bateman

Guest Post: How to Improve your Writing Style by Marlene Bateman

How to Improve Your Writing Style Guest Post by Marlene Bateman Author of; For Sale by Owner   There are many elements of good writing but perhaps one of the least understood is style. What is style? Style is not what you write but how you write. Voltaire said, “Every style that is not boring is a good one.”  But how do you improve something as nebulous as style? Over time, I’ve come up with some simple things that can enhance your writing style. The smaller the number of words you use to contain a thought or an image, the […]

Posted Oct 17th, 2016 in Guest Post

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