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Mack Dunstan's Inferno - a Review
I'm sure you remember my review on Mr. Collins' last book, "Mystery of Everyman's Way". He asked me to review this book for him, and since it wasn't published by eTreasures publishing,I agreed to do so.
Lottie Barrett Lives (Again) – a Review
The title of this book, Lottie Barrett Lives (Again), immediately caught my attention. Was this book about a zombie? Or maybe it was about someone who had been brought back from the dead and given a second chance at life. What exactly is this novel written by Hugh Centerville about?
Lord Ware's Widow - a Review
"Lord Ware's Widow", written by Emily Harland, is a romance novel set during Regency England. Courtship during this period was very different than it is today, as were many other things. The book takes you back to a time when things were so much more innocent and women were definitely more modest
Little Red Riding Hood - a Review
Gabriella loved her grandmother very, very much. Visits with her included singing songs, reading stories, playing hide and seek, and eating special snacks. The grandmother loved Gabriella so much that she made her a special red, hooded cloak.
Literary Fiction Selections
Here you will find a selection of books in the genre of literary fiction.
Literary Fiction Book Reviews
Here you will find reviews of books that are in the literary fiction genre.
Lips Appreciation Day & Other Crazy Holidays
Will you wear deep purple and emerald green on St. Urho's Day? Are you going to baby your lips on Lips Appreciation Day? Will you make any mistakes on Everything You Do is Right Day?
Lily of the Valley
The beautiful flower graces my yard during the spring, and you may even find it in yours. Its large, upright stems are called pipes, and from them hang sweet-smelling, bell-shaped, white flowers, and its berries are orange-red. Don’t be fooled by its beauty; all parts of it are extremely poisonous
Lightning and Lightening
I have a confession to make. I always thought that lightning and lightening both meant the same thing. I thought that either one could be used to describe the flashing light show that takes place during a thunderstorm. Then I looked up the word lightening and discovered just how wrong I was.
"Legs" is actually a fiction story, not an article. It is appropriate for Halloween and demonstrates how to use creepy crawlies in a story. I hope you enjoy it.
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