Category: review

Book Review: The Hat by C.S. Boyack

Hello everyone! Today, I am posting a review for author C.S. Boyack’s latest book THE HAT. FIVE STARS! Lizzie St Laurent has a lot on her … erm … head! When she picked up the old box behind her uncle’s

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Stories to make your mind go into overdrive

Hi everyone! Having launched my latest book, Moments, on Friday 14th, I wanted to share with you all my very first review. I’m always nervous each time I release a book, and this fantastic first review soon set my mind

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Book Review: Reverie

Reverie by Lauren E Rico Months ago, I received an Advanced Review Copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. With so many books to review, I’ve only just gotten around to this one. In the

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Book Review: Little Red Cuttlefish

Guest post by Henry Hertz Using Fiction to Interest Young Readers in Non-Fiction   I think it’s fair to say that parents want their kids to develop both the right-brain creativity stoked by reading fiction, AND the left-brain analytical capacity

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Who’s Pulling Your Strings?

  Hello and welcome to Harmony’s place today. Oh boy, you’d best be on your guard with today’s guest and his main character, David Flint. Watch out he doesn’t pull your strings! Please give a big, warm welcome to author Kerry

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Outcast

  Hi folks! It gives me great pleasure today to welcome Dianne Noble, author of Outcast. For her other tour stops, please click on the banner above. Dianne Noble will be awarding a $25 Amazon/BN GC to a randomly drawn

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Who knew Pork could be so scary?!?!

  Okay, folks, I’ve stopped trembling enough to write this post, lol! As well as hosting today, I’ve been asked to give a review, which you’ll find at the bottom of the page. Just the book cover is enough to

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Danube in Candlelight

Hi guys! It gives me great pleasure today to host Stephanie Burkhart and her book, Danube in Candlelight! For other stops on her Goddess Fish Promotions Review Tour, please click on the banner above. Stephanie Burkhart will be awarding a

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Not Really Gone

Not Really Gone by Blaire Sharpe Memoir ♠♠♠♠♠ I bought this book after it was nominated as Book of the Month at my book club (Rave Reviews Book Club), and I am so glad I did. What a great read.

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Book Review: A Humble Heart

A Humble Heart: Book One—The Dark World BY TIM VANDER MEULEN    Fantasy Fiction   Reviewed on behalf of The Review Board by Harmony Kent.   I received a free PDF copy of this book, in exchange for an honest

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Charlie Robot Book Review

Charlie Robot by Benedict Martin   #RRBC Member It was amazing!   I’ve never read a book quite like this one, and I have to say that I enjoyed it immensely. Charlie is awoken in the lunch room at work

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Second Chances Book Review

SECOND CHANCES       Lincoln Cole #RRBC Book Club Member   Harmony Kent‘s review Really liked it 🙂 Second Chances is the first book I have read from this author, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The characters are well

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Breath of the Titans Book Review

Breath of the Titans Trilogy   BY RILEY and SARA LYN WESTBROOK               Book 1–Little Black Stormcloud Book 2–A Mother’s Love Book 3–War of the Cheifs   Fantasy Fiction   Reviewed on behalf of

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The Infinity Pool

The Infinity Pool               By Jessica Norrie             Four out of Five Stars Review from Harmony The Infinity Pool is a book of Literary Fiction with a steady pace

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Review: This Shrinking World

The Lizard Queen: Book One: This Shrinking World BY H L CHERRYHOMES Fantasy Fiction   Reviewed on behalf of The Review Board by Harmony Kent.   I received a free PDF copy of this book, in exchange for an honest

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When You Give an Imp a Penny

I read a free advanced e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. When You Give an Imp a Penny by Henry, Josh, and Harrison Herz A delightful children’s book, which is short enough to make a great

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Where Tomorrow Waits

Where Tomorrow Waits BY DINA KA   Historical/Biographical Fiction   Reviewed on behalf of The Review Board by Harmony Kent.   I received a free PDF copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review.   In this book,

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There is a Reaper

Book Review by Harmony Kent There is a Reaper by Michael Lynes 5 Stars There is a Reaper is a book about a five-year-old boy who develops JCML–an aggressive form of juvenile leukemia. But more than that, it is about

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TRB Review: Skive

Skive BY PAUL ADAM LEVY Black Comedy Reviewed on behalf of The Review Board by Harmony Kent. I received a free MOBI copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review. Alexander is a dysfunctional young man, disillusioned with his

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TRB Review: My African Dream

My African Dream                 BY MARIO SAINCIC Romantic Suspense Reviewed on behalf of The Review Board by Harmony Kent. I received a free PDF copy of this book, in exchange for an honest

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To Hell and Gone

To Hell and Gone in Texas Reviewed on behalf of The Review Board 🙂   BY RUSS HALL   Crime Thriller   I received a free mobi copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review.   Al is

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Celebrating Poetry as Love with Nonnie Jules

It is my great pleasure and honour to host Nonnie Jules on my blog today! Please give her a huge, warm welcome … 🙂 Thank you all for allowing me to celebrate INTERNATIONAL POETRY MONTH with you by sharing excerpts

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Supporting Authors: Into Ourselves by James Sinclair

It is my great pleasure to showcase James Sinclair’s latest book, Into Ourselves! 🙂   What makes us human? Where did we come from? What will be our final destination? Into Ourselves is an exploration into the evolution of man

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Redeemer by Guy Brooke

Redeemer By Guy Brooke The continuing story from Mystical Mountain Magic – ‘Deceiver’, where foreign explorers in search of gold and the fountain of youth discover more than they bargained for: Leira, the Deceiver who’s crafted in gems and walks

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The Darkest of Suns Will Rise

Brand new book from Author Brian Sfinas! And, folks, this is one not to be missed 🙂 My Review: This novel is set two-hundred years in the future and is written in a journalistic format. With this writer, every word

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Supporting Authors: Monster Goose

I am delighted to introduce The Herz family … Father and two sons … Henry, Josh, and Harrison! This trio came up with a great children’s picture book, and it was a nice break from my usual routine when I

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Everyone Burns

♥♥♥♥ Everyone Burns by John Dolan This is a crime novel with a difference. It is set on the Thai island of Sammui in early 2005, and is peppered with red-herrings, wrong turns, humour, buddhist wisdom, and a highly flawed

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Supporting Authors … Two reviews …

Two great books!  First up:  Impervious by Heather Letto ♥♥♥♥♥ I read this cover to cover in one sitting. I bought it ages and ages ago, and finally got to reading it! I didn’t follow my usual evening routine and

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Supporting Authors … Drum Roll Please ….

Introducing … the one and only … Lisa Mauro! New Indie Author with her debut novel: The Place We Went to Yesterday. This one will touch the heartstrings, folks.   Which writers inspire you? I’m a big fan of Sylvia

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Bring Me Sunshine

Five out of Five Stars! ♥♥♥♥♥ Bring Me Sunshine Wendy Storer I started this book on Saturday evening, and finished it in the early hours of Sunday morning … it completely blew me away. Thirteen-year-old Daisy has to grow up

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