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#Read about #Author Roy Dimond's New Release 'Silence and Circumstance'

First let me say thank you for this wonderful opportunity to reach out to past and future readers. As always Ape Man rules.

My name is Roy Dimond and I am the author of both, The Singing Bowl and the newly released, Silence and Circumstance published by Untreed Reads. 529 more words


early spring book reports -- don delillo, sci-fi stories, "metahistorical romance"

I’ve been lousy with taking good notes or copying down important quotations with my reading, so instead I’ll just sketch out my impressions from memory. 1,215 more words

White Supremacy

Thunder of the Gods (Empire VIII) by Anthony Riches

Thunder of the Gods | Anthony Riches | 2015 (2 April) | Hodder & Stoughton | 419 | Review copy | Buy the book

Centurion Marcus Valerius Aquila and Scaurus (newly promoted above his social rank to Legatus) are heading East. 803 more words




replied, “Why do you ask my name? It is beyond understanding.” — Judges 13:18

The royal linen closet is a dark hiding place, but I’m a big girl—almost five inundations old—so I’m trying not to be afraid. 3,413 more words

Historical Fiction

After Fashion by Jen Turano

Jen Turano is a master with communication when it comes to describing those funny and embarrassing situations. Her characters are always endearing and in After a Fashion… 305 more words

Christian Fiction

Death of a Tyrant

What did Henry VIII die of? After reading and watching Wolf Hall and Bring up the Bodies, both by Hilary Mantel, this book, The Last of Days, … 766 more words


Review of As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust by Alan Bradley

As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust by Alan Bradley. ★★★★

This is the seventh book in the Flavia De Luce series. As this is a mystery series, the books are largely independent plot wise and you could probably read this one without reading the previous novels. 313 more words