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Gypsy Spirits – a Review
What is a teenage wife to do when her husband insists there are spirits chasing after him? When one of his friends is brutally murdered, he is convinced the spirits killed him, and that they are coming after him next.
Groundhog Day and Other Unusual Holidays
Will Punxsutawney Phil see predict that winter will continue for six more weeks? Or will the marmot in Alaska predict an end to winter is near? Or will the hedgehog see his shadow underneath a clear moon?
Anyone who writes needs to possess at least a basic understanding of grammar and how to use it to their advantage. Reading an article or story by someone who has poor command of the English language can seriously detract from the story.
Good vs. Well
How do you know when to use 'good', and how do you know when to use 'well'? To begin with , good is an adjective, and well is an adverb. But is that all you need to know to figure which word to use? If only it were that simple.
God's Eye - a Review
"God's Eye" is the story of a battle between good and evil. The excitement and the mystery begins in the very first sentence of the book and continues until the last page. This thriller by A.J. Scudiere is so good, so absolutely delicious, and so hard to put down that I finished it in just 2 days
Go For Broke Day & Other Special Holidays
What risky endeavor will you undertake on Go For Broke Day? Will you travel to Chicago to visit Uno on National Deep Dish Pizza Day? How will you make your job fun on National Fun at Work Day?
Glorious Reality of War - a Review
Glorious Reality of War is a riveting account of the Civil War written by Michael Mendoza. It based on an old handwritten letter found written by the book's main character, C.W. Rickard, to his 25-year-old daughter.
Gift Ideas for the Writer in Your Life
Do you have any friends or loved ones who are a writers? Having problems deciding what to get them for their birthdays or Christmas? Would you like to give them something that would inspire their writing and put their creative minds to work?
Gehenna - a Review
Gehenna, written by Jason Brant, is a horror novel. This is the first book by this author that I have read, and I was not disappointed. I am a big fan of zombie stories. There may be more out there written with the twist this one is written with, but if there are, I haven't read them.
Game - Faint Signals, a Review
Alice N. York, who has worked in several marketing and sales positions in technological and global industries, has created an unforgettable heroine in her first novel, "Game - Faint Signals".
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