A native of Southern Colorado, John Paul Jaramillo now lives, writes and teaches in Springfield, Illinois. He has an MFA in creative writing from Oregon State University, and presently holds the position of Associate Professor of…Continue
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I am pleased to showcase a local author from my current hometown of Colorado. I met Melissa at a local author meet and greet. I read her first novel, My Beginning, which I reviewed here.
Her book won The…Continue
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Are you looking for a great read before summer comes to a screeching halt? If you are like me and you like reading great fiction based on true events, I suggest you read Sunstruck by award winning author, Mayra Calvani. I read and reviewed Sunstruck . You can read my review…Continue
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Book Giveaway and Author Highlight at Kristi's Book…
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Enjoy this wonderfully informative interview with author Stacy Juba!
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Not literally of course, that wouldn't be pretty at my age. I'm referring to writing honestly and not holding things back.
In my professional life I am known as a very well-respected expert in the field of cat behavior. I have written 7 books on the subject and have worked full-time in this field for 25 years. I am IAABC certified and AABP certified and enjoyed having a career where I feel confident. That's when something happened to my common sense and reasoning and…Continue
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I love reading and reviewing children’s picture books. I think it is so important to expose all children to reading at an early age. After having read so many books, one thing that stands out is the lack of books with children of color. This is what propelled me to self-publish my first children’s book: Marie and Her Friend the Sea Turtle. This topic got me interested in interviewing authors of color. My desire is to help promote them and the contribution they are making to the…Continue
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Hello everyone, we wanted to remind you of our …Continue
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Frank was born…Continue
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Though she doesn’t remember the trauma that caused it, Holly Miller, the main character of Shana’s novel, has Dissociative Identity Disorder. Her personality has fractured into five different identities,
together known as The Committee. And as much as they make Holly’s life
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