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Paranormal Romance “The Basilisk’s Creed”

“The Basilisk’s Creed, Volume One” by Eme Strife Published by (Eme)nded Publishing Genre: Paranormal, Young Adult Length: 98 pages Buy on Amazon or check it out on Goodreads Description: Immerse yourself in the first thrilling installment of Eme Strife's addictive, sexy, enchanting, and surreal New Adult series. Each page will leave you even more enthralled than the last, on the edge of… Continue reading Paranormal Romance “The Basilisk’s Creed”

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Life with Trump… “The Exclusion Wars” by Sheila Agnew

“The Exclusion Wars” by Sheila Agnew  Published by Oxiana Road Publishing on December 21, 2015 Genre: Young Adult, Dystopian, Political Length: 204 pages Buy on Amazon or check it out on Goodreads Description: A thriller set in 2025, in which teenager, Mateo Rivera, is in hiding as "Matt" in New York City where he must avoid capture by Mr. Rienham, the new chief of… Continue reading Life with Trump… “The Exclusion Wars” by Sheila Agnew

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“Yesterday’s Thief” by Al Macy

“Yesterday’s Thief” by Al Macy Published by Al Macy on February 11, 2016 Genre: Young Adult Sci-Fi Length: 217 pages Buy on Amazon or check it out on Goodreads Description: It’s the year 2020, and Eric Beckman is a mind-reading detective. Although he reads only the conscious thoughts of the people he interviews, it usually gives him enough of an edge to overcome… Continue reading “Yesterday’s Thief” by Al Macy

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“Not on the Agenda” by Morgan Marjek

"Not on the Agenda" by Morgan Marjek Published by Morgan Marjek on March 22, 2016 Genre: Teen & Young Adult Length: 161 pages Buy on Amazon or check it out on Goodreads Description: Alice Harper is finally right where she wants to be- a senior, and the president of Student Council at Lincoln High School. She's been waiting to plan the perfect prom for four years… Continue reading “Not on the Agenda” by Morgan Marjek

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Welcome to The Book Basics

Great wines are like great books. Once you take your ‘sip,’ they’re hard to put down. Engulfed in a good book, the characters and the time, I love disappearing into the narrative and getting lost in the story. If the book is great, the main character becomes my best friend and I'm right there – side by… Continue reading Welcome to The Book Basics