A Review Of Outrun The Wind

A Review Of Outrun The Wind

The Huntresses of Artemis must obey two rules: never disobey the goddess, and never fall in love. After being rescued from a harrowing life as an Oracle of Delphi, Kahina is glad to be a part of the Hunt; living among a group of female warriors gives her a chance to reclaim her strength. But when a routine mission goes awry, Kahina breaks the first rule in order to save the legendary huntress Atalanta.

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An Interview With Marjorie Lewis

An Interview With Marjorie Lewis

When The Men Were Gone is based on a true story of Tylene Wilson who coached football in Texas during World War II. The focus, however, is on her journey and about why she sought to become the coach. It’s also a father-daughter story, which I love because it reminds me of my relationship with my own father, and it’s a love story, which reminds me of my relationship with my husband.

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A Review Of Newt's Emerald

A Review Of Newt's Emerald

On her eighteenth birthday, Lady Truthful, nicknamed “Newt,” will inherit her family’s treasure: the Newington Emerald. A dazzling heart-shaped gem, the Emerald also bestows its wearer with magical powers. When the Emerald disappears one stormy night, Newt sets off to recover it. Her plan entails dressing up as a man, mustache included, as no well-bred young lady should be seen out and about on her own. While in disguise, Newt encounters the handsome but shrewd Major Harnett, who volunteers to help find the missing Emerald under the assumption that she is a man. 

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A Review Of The Lying Woods

A Review Of The Lying Woods

Owen Foster has never wanted for anything. Then his mother shows up at his elite New Orleans boarding school cradling a bombshell: his privileged life has been funded by stolen money. After using the family business, the single largest employer in his small Louisiana town, to embezzle millions and drain the employees' retirement accounts, Owen's father vanished without a trace, leaving Owen and his mother to deal with the fallout.

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An Interview With C.P. Morgan

An Interview With C.P. Morgan

Dorothy Claes and the Prison of Thenemi is a Paranormal Cozy Mystery. I like to think of it as “Sherlock Holmes meets Warehouse 13 – with cats!” It is a mystery series where each book explores a different country and the unique cat lore of that country. Since Prison of Thenemi is the first in the series, the book takes place in Paris, but the mystery is… much older.

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A Review Of Blue Lily, Lily Blue

A Review Of Blue Lily, Lily Blue

There is danger in dreaming. But there is even more danger in waking up. Blue Sargent has found things. For the first time in her life, she has friends she can trust, a group to which she can belong. The Raven Boys have taken her in as one of their own. Their problems have become hers, and her problems have become theirs. The trick with found things though, is how easily they can be lost Friends can betray. Mothers can disappear. Visions can mislead. Certainties can unravel.

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An Interview With LeAnn Mason

An Interview With LeAnn Mason

The gene pool has diverted to include humans with special abilities but those without were so fearful of the possibilities, enclosed all known “enhanced” into exiled communities. Nathalee is an 18 year Sage, or mentally enhanced human, whose gift of telepathy keeps her on the outskirts of their society. That is, until she’s approached to become part of an experimental enforcement team. She learns the hard way that not everyone wants to work together and that some seemingly random events may just have a more sinister cause.

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A Review Of Salt

A Review Of Salt

Roaming the Mediterranean Sea on sailboats and hunting down monsters is the only life seventeen-year-old Indi has ever known. He never loved it, but now that his parents are gone—vanished during a hunt three months ago—it’s harder and harder to fight his desire to escape. It doesn’t help that he has custody of his parents’ journal, which contains a too-small section devoted to a treasure his parents promised they would someday give them.

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An Interview With S. McPherson

An Interview With S. McPherson

At Waters Edge is the tale of a seventeen-year old girl named Dezaray, who accidentally trades places with a magical version of herself and ends up in another world where she is forced to impersonate her magical counterpart. This world is on the brink of a monstrous war with a villain who wants to kill her. And if that isn’t enough, Dezaray also starts to fall for the boy with blue eyes, but they both know that she cannot remain in his world.

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A Review Of The Coldest Girl In Coldtown

A Review Of The Coldest Girl In Coldtown

Tana lives in a world where walled cities called Coldtowns exist. In them, quarantined monsters and humans mingle in a decadently bloody mix of predator and prey. The only problem is, once you pass through Coldtown’s gates, you can never leave. One morning, after a perfectly ordinary party, Tana wakes up surrounded by corpses. The only other survivors of this massacre are her exasperatingly endearing ex-boyfriend, infected and on the edge, and a mysterious boy burdened with a terrible secret.

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How the Book Publishing Industry is Adapting to Concerns Regarding Paper Production

How the Book Publishing Industry is Adapting to Concerns Regarding Paper Production

Reading can save people from horrible and dark things or just the insanity of reality. The increase in books being manufactured could be a positive and negative thing. More books mean new readers which mean a more relaxed and less technology dependent community. However, many agree that books are the reason why we are losing trees and clean oxygen and causing global climate change through the need for more paper.

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An Interview With Jamie Blake

An Interview With Jamie Blake

Christian Orland is dead, and everyone in his life is doing their best to understand what happened. Especially Woe, the sixteenth Fatality, who knows that she was assigned the wrong case when she stopped his heart, but also knew she had to do it, or risk being destroyed herself. Woe only handles expected death, and not many people expect to die in an accident.

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