Archive for September, 2012

Demonic and Other Tales by Garon Cockrell

Did Not Finish

(Excerpt from Amazon) Don’t miss this terrific collection of horrifying tales by Garon Cockrell, founder of popculturebeast.com. Included in this edition are “Demonic,” “Eggs,” “Home Alone,” “What’s Your Pleasure?,” “The Strange Tale of Griffin Shard,” “Looking Glass,” “Interrogation,” “Manny,” “Prelude,” and “Haven.”

I managed to get through four stories. Demonic, Eggs, Home Alone, and What’s Your Pleasure.

Demonic: Casey is obsessed with singer Bella. When he goes to show her how much he loves her, things take a dark turn.

Eggs: Felicia hears the eggs talking to her in the grocery store. When she gets home they have a surprise for her, which leads her to rescue the rest of the eggs in the grocery store.

Home Alone: Julia is going on her first date in five years but she is leaving her 12-year-old, Kevin, at home alone. Everything is going well, until a scary movie and a newscast about an escaped prisoner get to Kevin.

What’s Your Pleasure: Jeff got on the wrong bus and gets propositioned by an old lady. After escaping her and getting back home, Jeff just can’t get the old lady off of his mind and soon finds himself sleepwalking to her.

I know these don’t sound that bad but I can’t finish reading this book. There is just something about it. Even though I enjoy thriller/horror stories, this book is not for me. If you like horror stories, try it you might find you like it.

I received this book for free from Book Rooster in exchange for an honest review.

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Halifax by Leigh Dunlap

5 stars

(Excerpt from Goodreads) When the Halifax siblings arrive at Lexham Academy, they don’t seem any more or less odd than any other students. They have more important things to do, however, than take exams or find dates for the prom. They have aliens to kill. With the help of his sister Izzy and brother Rom, Farrell Halifax has to stop an escaped alien and save the Earth — though that’s hard to do when the captain of the basketball team is after you and you’re falling in love with his cheerleader girlfriend — who may or may not be an alien herself. Halifax is a teen Torchwood meets Buffy the Vampire Slayer — with a little bit of The Breakfast Club thrown into the mix.

The Halifax siblings are not your normal kids. They are three alien enforcers that are trying to keep the Earth from being destroyed. We start when a prison barge crash-lands and one of the prisoners escapes. The Halifax kids enroll in the school where the barge crashed to find the missing prisoner. But it is not going to be an easy hunt.

Farrell is enrolled as a top basketball player and runs into trouble as the star player Andre doesn’t like the competition. It doesn’t help that Nora, a sad cheerleader and Andre’s girlfriend, also distracts Farrell. Izzy is not having any better luck. She is sensitive to emotions, but being in a high school full of teenagers is not giving her a good enough read. Rom is the youngest and smartest of the bunch. He is always inventing things, but he gets into trouble when his intelligence gets him into trouble with his math teacher.

I really liked this story. There was great action and a twist ending. Great concept for the story that made you feel for the characters, especially Nora and Rom. I really hope that there are going to be more books to this. It would make a wonderful series.

I received this book for free from Book Rooster in exchange for an honest review.

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I’m so happy to be part of Sally Stephenson’s blog tour. Sally has wrote a wonderful book, Wildflowers. It’s about two young girls struggling to survive just before World War 2 when Hitler was starting to get power and the camps were just being built to help those that didn’t conform to his standards.

I managed to interview Sally. I love talking to the authors and finding out what makes the tick.

Could you please tell me more about yourself?

I grew up in West Yorkshire, England and had a pretty normal upbringing. When I was 20 I decided to start travelling and headed to Australia for 12 months where I first had an agent show interest in my work – sadly it wasn’t to be and I’ve long since forgotten the premise of the novel – I came back to the UK to pursue my undergrad degree in American Studies during which I spent a year at Louisiana State University where I got to experience a writing community for the first time. It was this community that made me want to pursue writing again and kept me motivated. Since graduating, I’ve briefly taught English in Thailand and am now based in New Zealand

What inspired you to become a writer?

I’ve always enjoyed stories and books and when I was set a classroom assignment at 6 years old I discovered the joy of writing. Mainly what inspires me though is literature that’s already been written and the thought that I’d love to be able to write as well as those authors one day

What made you want to write Wildflowers?

I felt like it was a story that hadn’t been told before. How many stories have there been about a lesbian couple set during WW2? As soon as I began to realize that I finally had a unique idea on my hands, I had to write it and see where it went. I also feel like there’s something of a void in mainstream literature for lesbian or gay characters (I am probably wrong and would love to hear suggestions on reading material). I also wanted to start writing in the LGBT genre and thought that this was a good way to start.

How did you come up with the title?

The book went through many titles before I settled with ‘Wildflowers’. It was originally called ‘Silent Soldiers’ and then ‘The Girls from Berlin’. Eventually ‘Wildflowers’ came from reading a poem by William Blake and the line ‘To see heaven in a Wild Flower’, I spent a lot of my uni career interpreting poetry and for me this line suited the two main characters perfectly. They see heaven in each other both literally in their darkest fears and metaphorically in how they feel for each other. So it seemed to fit in the end.

Where did you come up with the characters? Where some of them based in real life?

Characters mainly develop themselves as I’m writing, with my main characters Edith and Helena, I realized after writing that perhaps they were based on a few people I know who are in same-sex relationships. They have very positive relationships and I wanted to convey the positivity that they have to my own characters and try and move away from a ‘negative view’ that some may have about gay or lesbian couples. For the fathers of Edith and Helena, I feel that Edith’s father, particularly her emotions towards him, are based on my own feelings towards my father, who passed away at the start of writing this novel, Helena’s father however, is the complete opposite of Edith’s and completely fictional.
Do some of your characters seem to demand attention more than others?

In terms of personality traits I have one character, Gerty, who likes to be centre of attention – she was very fun to write and I wanted her to be like that as she’s very different to Edith and Helena. In her scenes she did seem to drag my writing away from Edith and Helena, but that was just because I enjoyed what she brought to the table.
What challenges have you faced getting Wildflowers published?

I queried around 70 agents, 2 came back to me, J.K. Rowling’s agent read a partial and another agent read the full. Sadly they both passed and I think this was the biggest challenge. Having to get over the disappointment and then figure out where to go next. Other than that the main challenge was editing, I’m trying to develop my skills as a literary writer and I think my prose still needs to have a lot of work done to it and so it’s a constant challenge to be better.

What is the toughest criticism you have had to face as an author?

That people don’t like what I’ve created. I’ve realized that author’s attach themselves emotionally to a piece of work and so I’m trying now to look objectively and from a different perspective. There’s nothing wrong with ‘loving’ your work but you have to remember that not everyone else will like it because it’s not something that came from them and they may not understand or appreciate your work in the same way.

What is the best compliment that you have received?

That people have enjoyed my work! I’m always skeptical about praise because growing up I never knew if it was genuine or how to react to it but when people tell me they enjoy what I’ve written that in itself is a great compliment!

What would you like the readers to know about Wildflowers?

That at its core it’s a love story, the WW2 story is a major theme but at the core I hope people take away the romantic element of the story and forgive any errors they may find with the WW2 information.

When can we expect the sequel to come out?

I’m currently writing the first draft of the sequel, hopefully it’ll be out next year or sooner!

Do you have any particular genera of books that you like to read?

I love literary novels and am trying to work on my writing so that I can eventually fit into that genre. I also like well written fantasy when I can get my hands on it!

Physical Book or e-Reader?

Both, e-Readers at the moment because of work and I’m travelling but I love making a collection of books on my shelves at home

Coffee or Tea?

Neither! I actually don’t drink hot drinks except for the occasional hot chocolate!

Sunny Day or Rainy Day?

Depends, I like rainy days if I’ve got nowhere to go and can stay in and be creative, but I like sunny days if I’m close to a beach or have plans made for the day

Cat or Dog?

Cats but I’m slowly turning into a dog person as I’m learning not to be scared for them. Then I go and get chased by two Thai dogs on the way to work and wonder why I ever thought I could trust them!

Favorite Food?

Ooh that’s tricky! I love a good pizza, or pasta dish and you can never beat a good cheese sandwich!!

Do you have anything that you would like to ask me?

What did you think the strengths and weaknesses of Wildflowers were? What would you like to see in Book 2 (without giving away any spoilers!)

Do you have anything that you would like to tell readers?

I love getting feedback, I can be found on most social media sites and would love to connect with them and other writers as well. And if you believe in something enough – go for it, don’t live your life by someone else’s check list, create your own and enjoy it! 🙂

More about Sally A. Stephenson from her Amazon authors page:

Sally A. Stephenson (1986) was born in Leeds, West Yorkshire. For the first 20 years of her life she resided in West Yorkshire before leaving for the shores of Australia. A year later she was back to study for her degree but her travels weren’t over and since Sally has lived in America, Thailand and now New Zealand.
She has a passion for poetry, is an advocate for LGBT rights, and has a life goal of finding the perfect sandwich.

Her work has been published by Des Moines University, ISEP, Apocrypha & Abstractions, Fight Apathy or Don’t, TEFL Bloggers and more.

Here’s my review for Wildflowers:

Wildflowers (Rage of Heaven Series – 1) by Sally Stephenson

5 stars

(Excerpt from Goodreads) During the Second World War, 100,000 Germans were killed due to their sexuality. As the death toll begins at the start of the War, Edith and Helena must not only come to terms with their sexuality but decide whether to fight Hitler’s new regime or life a lie in order to survive.

This is the dual story of Helena, the daughter of a high ranking Nazi general, and Edith, a Jew in hiding from the Nazi’s. Helena is sixteen years old and lives with her abusive father, abused mother, and domineering sister Freda. The story starts as they leave Berlin to move to a quiet cottage. Helena is supposed to continue her schooling and it is decided that a teacher will be provided for her. To keep her company, the teacher should have a child Helena’s age.

Edith has basically been hiding along with her family and a couple other Jewish families from the soldiers that are starting to gather up the Jews. Edith’s father works for the German government and has volunteered his wife and daughter to be Helena’s teacher and companion in the hopes of keeping both safe. Edith doesn’t want to leave because she has fallen in love with her best friend, Kaspar, and dreams of escaping to Paris so they can be married.

Things go rather well with Helena and Edith becoming closer until they decide to sneak out of the fence by the cottage to see the camp that is being built near by. Having heard rumors of reform camps, the girls want to know if Kaspar has been sent there. Instead they discovery Edith’s father and what will later be known as a concentration camp.

When they are caught, Helena’s father beats her badly. Having had enough, Helena’s mother plans on leaving him and helping Edith and her mother to escape his control. As the four travel throughout Europe trying to stay one step away from Helena’s father, the girls start bonding to each other. But they are both young and don’t understand what love is. When they learn of other people like the gypsies and homosexuals that are being taken away along with the Jews, they start to worry that their love for each other is wrong.

When Helena’s father catches everyone, Helena is taken prisoner while he tries to break her spirit and make her a Nazi. Her mother is sent out of Germany and Edith and her mother are sent to a concentration camp. Year’s later, after several horrors and surprising escapes, they meet up. But this is not the end of the story. Helena’s father is still searching for her and won’t give up easily.

I will be the first to admit that this is not a normal book that I would have read. On Sally Stephenson’s website, she has the first couple chapters up for a sneak peak and I decided to read them. Something drew me to this book. I’m so glad that I had the opportunity to read it.

This is a wonderful story filled with love and heartbreak. It’s hard enough for the girls to deal with Helena’s father and the Jews being rounded up for the camps. But when they realize that they are in love with each other and how most people don’t accept such things was just so hard to read. I loved when they meet the two women running a local bar and learned that just because everyone else doesn’t accept their love should not prevent them from following their hearts. It’s also hard to read all the horrors that each went through.

I did not expect the ending. It flowed really well and now I can’t wait to read the second book in the series.

I really think a lot of people will like this book, not only those that like stories involving the Nazi prosecution or homosexuality. Take a chance and read a great book. I really believe that a lot of people will enjoy this.

I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review.
You can get a copy of Wildflowers from Amazon $.99 right now.

It has been a pleasure reading and reviewing Sally’s book and being part of the blog tour. Check this book out. You won’t be disappointed!!

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Yeah! I’m so proud of myself. I finished three books this week: Justice (Deck of Lies), Halifax, and Demonic and Other Tales. OK, truth be told, I couldn’t finish Demonic and Other Tales but I can take it off of the list, still counts to me. I’m so excited. If I keep up this pace I might be able to see a glimmer of light.


Now, here is my review of Justice, Deck of Lies 1.

Justice (Deck of Lies – 1) by Jade Varden

5 stars

(Excerpt from Goodreads) A House of Cards…

When you build an entire life on a foundation of lies, it only takes one truth for the whole thing to come crashing down. I never invited the truth in. I never went searching for it. I never had any reason to suspect that the two people I loved most were dishonest with me every second of every day.

I made one bad decision, and in a single day my entire world changed. If I’m ever going to discover the truth about myself and my parents, I have to trace all the lies back to their source. I have to try to find the truth that they’re hiding.

The more I discover about myself, and my past, the more I realize that lies really are better than the truth. But now that I know the lies are all around me, I can’t stop until I’ve discovered them all. I’ll pull each lie away, one by one, and examine it to see what’s underneath…until this house of cards crumbles into dust at my feet.

I just hope I can survive the crash.

Rain Ramey just won a scholarship to an elite private school, Sloane. Sadly Rain doesn’t fit in and is bullied her first day. At the end of the day, she just wants to go home and forget about school but the main bully, Carsyn, is waiting for Rain and tells her that she wants to make it up to her and take her shopping. While shopping, Rain is taken into custody for shoplifting. When her fingerprints are run, it is discovered that she was a kidnapped child of a local family.

Rain is really Chloe von Shelton, a local rich family. Rain is confused and lost. She can’t believe that her parents kidnapped her and she can’t believe the family she came from. She has a hard time accepting everything that is going on around her, from the impersonal kiss and dinners with her family to the behavior that is expected from her. Rain decides that she is going to find out what really happened.

While researching, Rain meets Fallon, a troubled teen that was in the mental ward but also attends Sloane. Fallon helps her find more about her past and Rain starts having feelings for him. But there is also Owen, Carsyn’s boyfriend, that seems to like her and Tom, one of Owen’s friends that Rain can’t get over him wanting to go out on a date with her.

I really liked this story. It has a reverse Cinderella feeling to it. The poor girl finds out she is actually a rich girl, but being a rich girls is not as easy as it first seems. I feel for poor Rain. It was painful to be ripped out of her family. I’m really interested to find out more about what happened to Rain.

This is a great start to the series and I think many people will enjoy the short read. I personally can’t wait to read the next books.

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.

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Haunted on Bourbon Street (Jade Calhoun – 1) by Deanna Chase

5 stars

(Excerpt from Goodreads) Jade loves her new apartment-until a ghost joins her in the shower. When empath Jade Calhoun moves into an apartment above a strip bar on Bourbon Street, she expects life to get interesting. What she doesn’t count on is making friends with an exotic dancer, attracting a powerful spirit, and developing feelings for Kane, her sexy landlord. Being an empath has never been easy on Jade’s relationships. It’s no wonder she keeps her gift a secret. But when the ghost moves from spooking Jade, to terrorizing Pyper, the dancer, it’s up to Jade to use her unique ability to save her. Except she’ll need Kane’s help-and he’s betrayed her with a secret of his own-to do it. Can she find a way to trust him and herself before Pyper is lost?

Jade just moved to New Orleans. She is working in a coffee shop attached to a strip club and lives in an apartment in back of both. Hot Kane is the owner of the club and Jade’s landlord. Although Jade was warned that there was a ghost in her apartment, she doesn’t think anything about it until a jar of body dust attacks her. Being an empath also gives her the insight that something is going on when she senses the ghost around her.

Things get really weird when Jade starts having intimate dreams with a stranger that later Kane starts staring in. But when Pyper and Jade start being attacked by the ghost, things get serious. Now Jade, Kane, Pyper, and Kat, Jade’s best friend, are going to try and stop the haunting. Ian, Kat’s friend is a ghost hunter and agrees to help but he has clearly met his match with Jade’s haunting. He doesn’t realize that Jade’s energy helps the ghosts become more active.

There is a lot more to this story than the short blurb I gave, but if I give too many details, I know I’m going to spoil it for the readers. I loved Jade. The poor girl had gone through hell with her empath abilities so you can understand how she is adamant about not telling others about her abilities. Kane was sexy and special in his own way. I loved when Jade was teaching the bead making classes.

I can’t really find anything that I didn’t like. It was a great story. I recommend this to those that like paranormal romance/mysteries. You won’t be disappointed. Now I need the next book. I can’t wait to see what Jade gets into next.

I received this book for free from the Library Thing Early Reviewer Program in exchange for an honest review.

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YEAH! I finished a book! I’m so proud of myself. Now only a several hundred more to go. I finished Tana French’s Broken Harbor. The review is below. Now on to another story.


Broken Harbor (Dublin Murder Squad – 4) by Tana French

3 stars

(Excerpt from Goodreads) Mick “Scorcher” Kennedy, the brash cop from Tana French’s bestselling Faithful Place, plays by the book and plays hard. That’s what’s made him the Murder squad’s top detective—and that’s what puts the biggest case of the year into his hands.

On one of the half-built, half-abandoned “luxury” developments that litter Ireland, Patrick Spain and his two young children are dead. His wife, Jenny, is in intensive care.

At first, Scorcher and his rookie partner, Richie, think it’s going to be an easy solve. But too many small things can’t be explained. The half dozen baby monitors, their cameras pointing at holes smashed in the Spains’ walls. The files erased from the Spains’ computer. The story Jenny told her sister about a shadowy intruder who was slipping past all the locks.

And Broken Harbor holds memories for Scorcher. Seeing the case on the news sends his sister Dina off the rails again, and she’s resurrecting something that Scorcher thought he had tightly under control: what happened to their family one summer at Broken Harbor, back when they were children.

With her signature blend of police procedural and psychological thriller, French’s new novel goes full throttle with a heinous crime, creating her most complicated detective character and her best book yet.

Mick has been through the ringer. But when a big murder case comes in, he is selected to solve it. He is paired with rookie Richie, just transferred from traffic. In a new, higher society development, a family has been murdered. Mick starts teaching Richie the ropes with what kind of car to drive and how to act at the scene. They discover that the children and father are dead and somehow the mother is still alive, it’s questionable that she would survive.

But things don’t add up from the start. In a huge new development, there are a lot of unfinished and barely started buildings with no sign of construction crews around. The walls are paper-thin and holes have been punched in them throughout the house. In the attic, which the entry hole is covered in wire mesh, there is a large animal trap set and several video baby monitors set up in the house. It’s clear that they were trying to catch something. The question is what was going on with this family.

Mick has his hands full teaching Richie.  You can tell that Richie just got promoted and is having a hard time distancing himself from witnesses and victims to find the killer. He has the ability to make people that are being interviewed open up to him. But it’s clear that he is new and has yet to wrap his mind around the situation.

If the case isn’t hard enough, Mick also has to deal with his crazy sister. Years ago, his mother killed herself in the same area. His sister Dina was with her and he thinks that a lot of Dina’s problems are from that. Now she is having a spell and needs someone to be with her at all times. But Dina can’t stand to be with their sister Geri and her family. She keeps insisting that Mick spend time with her, not understanding how big the case is. But threatening to kill herself or get him in trouble with work is not helping the stressed out Mick.

I liked the premises of this book. I have not read one of Tana French’s books before so I was mildly confused when Mick references a past case that went bad. If you have not read the other books in the series, don’t worry, you can read this as a stand-alone book.

The Spain family dynamics were interesting, very realistic. They were in a hard situation with no jobs, like many others out there. I liked how the animal comes into play here. I was really lost with that one. I did like the twist at the end for the who done it.

Having said that, for me, the book seems to take a long time to get around to the end. I understand how Mick’s past comes into play, especially with his sister Dina. But it made the story drag.  For some reason I just couldn’t get into the story.

This is an OK book, not one that I personally will be running out to buy. But, other mystery fans may thing it is great. Check it out, it might be something that you will love.

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.

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The first week is over. It’s been busy and I’m sad to say that I only manages to read 119 pages. What the heck?? Argh!! It felt like I read more than that. Sigh! OK, I’m going to finish this book this week, no slacking.

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Timeless Desire Contest

Timeless Desire by Gwyn Gready is now on sale. To celebrate, they are having a giveaway.

Praise for Gwyn Cready:”Cready’s writing is romantic and wickedly witty.”–NY Times bestselling author Rachel Gibson

“Gwyn Cready is the master of time travel romance.”–Royal Reviews

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Librarians are about the most kick-ass people on earth, and I’ve had some pretty wonderful librarians in my life, from my cousin Donna who keeps the library in South Park, Pennsylvania, humming, to my friend Manuel, a music librarian at UC Berkeley who has saved my sorry writer’s butt many times with some handy bit of research, to Mrs. White, my first grade librarian, who read books aloud as if it was the most joy-filled thing on earth and to whom I owe a debt of gratitude for helping me discover the magic of a great story.My librarian heroine in

Timeless Desire, Panna Kennedy, is no exception. Battling budget cuts to distract herself from the grief of losing her husband, Panna discovers a mysterious opening under her library’s careworn stairs and finds herself transported to the magnificent, book-filled quarters of the handsome eighteenth century English war hero whose larger-than-life statue looms over her desk. However, Captain Bridgewater is not as she imagined. Under house arrest as a traitor to England, the dashing Bridgewater warms to his beautiful and unexpected visitor despite his belief she’s a spy. Bridgewater pulls Panna into his escape, and they share soul-baring secrets as well as a heart-racing kiss. But when he gives her a message that must be delivered to his secret allies and she is swept into the shocking intrigue that takes them from Hadrian’s Wall to the forbidding borderland castle of Bridgewater’s maternal grandfather, Panna must decide whether her loyalties lay with the memory of her dead husband or with the man whose life and reputation may depend on her.

Timeless Desireis my personal shout-out to all the wonderful librarians who’ve helped me over the years and to everyone out there who does the thing they’re afraid to do. Enjoy!Best,

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Hike up Devil’s Mountain by Penny Estelle

5 stars

(Excerpt from Goodreads) Ten-year old Andy Thompson disobeys his mother and sneaks into the basement of an old abandoned house that’s due for demolition. He stumbles upon a mysterious box under an old cabinet. And his troubles begin when he looks inside.

The Crew brothers, twelve-year old Jason, and ten-year old Danny, also find their way to the basement. New to town, Jason has established himself as the school bully. A struggle ensues between Andy and Jason and the bully ends up as a toad.

Somehow, the boys must reverse the magical spell. That means hiking up Devil’s Mountain. The question is will they survive the hike?

Andy goes to an abandoned house against his mother’s wishes. While there he find a strange glowing stick and the local bully. Jason and Danny come from money and are new in town. Because of that, Jason thinks he is better than the locals and like to throw his weight around. Jason and Andy start fighting over the glowing stick and Jason gets turned into a toad.

Andy knows there is a witch that lives on the top of Devil’s Mountain and the boy’s start the long journey hoping to get Jason turned back. They face many threats like a voice telling them to “Go Back,” trees that attack them, a raging storm, and a monster in a cavern.

This was a cute short story for children. I have a person hate for bullies and especially those that think they are better because they have money so this book hit a little home. I liked how they ended up working together and having Jason getting a bit of an awakening.

This is a great little read for kids. Pick up your copy today.

I received this book for free from the Book Rooster program in exchange for an honest review.

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Wayward Son Giveaway

I have spoken with author James Alves. He said that right now they are offering a giveaway of Wayward Son. This is for those that own Kindle Fire’s. If you go to the contact tab of the wayward Son page here and reference my blog (JBronderBookReviews) you can get a copy of Wayward Son with Readerpedia.

The only catch is if you get a copy of Wayward Son could you please post a review of Wayward Son and the Readerpedia on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Goodreads, Library Thing, etc.?

If you would rather purchase your own copy, Amazon has a special with the Readerpedia for $.99 right now here.
This is one book that you want to get!!



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