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A Quote to Begin the Day!

“A book is a garden, an orchard, a storehouse, a party, a company by the way, a counselor, a multitude of counselors.”

~Charles Baudelaire

 

 

How do you view your books?

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~Ariesgrl

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Forgotten Book Challenge #2!

Hi Everyone,

It is Friday again, so guess what that means? Time to dust off a buried ebook, read it and review it. To learn more about this cool challenge, click here.

Enjoy!
~Ariesgrl

 

The Billionaire’s Curse (Billionaire #1)

By: Jonny Duddle & Richard Newsome

Downloaded over a year ago.

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Author Spotlight

Good Morning Everyone,

Today’s spotlight is on J. Frank James and his new crime thriller, Dead Money Run. There is a chance to win a free e-copy of this book, so make sure to check out the details below. Good luck!

Enjoy!
~Ariesgrl

 

all 4 booksAbout the Series:

There are currently 4 books in the Lou Malloy Crime Series by J. Frank James: The Run Begins, Dead Money Run, Only Two Cats, and Blue Cat In Paradise.

Genres: Action/Adventure, Crime Fiction, Mystery, Thriller

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Let’s Discuss…

Good Morning Everyone,

A couple of week’s ago, we discussed favorite genres of books. Today, let’s discuss length. Do you enjoy short stories, novellas, full-length novels or those epic 800+ page journeys?

I’ll admit, some short stories leave me feeling like something was missing or that it was rushed. However, when written correctly, short stories can provide a nice “vacation break” in between books. (Am I the only one that has a difficult time switching stories and characters, sometimes?) I feel the same way about novellas, too. 

I prefer the average length novel. Those massive books can be daunting, when you haven’t read the first page. However, when I was younger and I would have the summer off, I would set out to conquer one throughout those few weeks. I think in this day and age, not too many people have time to devote to reading the extra long tales.

What about you? How do you like your books, super short or super long?

Enjoy!
~Ariesgrl

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Forgotten Book Challenge Friday!

Hi Everyone,

This fun group was created on Facebook to help readers dive deep into their ereaders to find those long forgotten downloaded books. If you are like me and like to download free ebooks, you may have an extra large TBR e-pile. If you are up to an adventure, sort your books by date and each week pick a book that is older than 6 months to read. You can join in on the fun by clicking here to join the Facebook group.

Below, you will see my review for this week’s #forgottenbookchallenge.

Enjoy!
~Ariesgrl

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Author Spotlight

Good Morning Everyone,

Today’s spotlight is on author Denise Swanson! She is best known for her Scumble River and Devereaux’s Dime Store mystery series. Today, she is here to talk about her latest book, a romantic story called Good Girl Overboard. I hope you like the interview and my review. Make sure to leave a comment for your chance to win a Signed Paperback Copy of Good Girl Overboard. Details are listed after the review.

Have a marvelous Monday!

Enjoy!
~Ariesgrl

 

Denise Swanson Interview

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Let’s Discuss…

Good Morning Everyone,

On Saturdays, I will be posting a question or topic for us to chat about. I hope you enjoy the discussions.

To start, I just want to know what your favorite genre is? Do you love to time travel through Historical Fiction or futuristic Science Fiction? Do you want to fall in love with romantic characters through tear-jerkers or Happily Ever Afters? Or do you like to stick with the facts and truth that non-fiction provides?

As for me, I really enjoy most genres. I feel that as long as the book is well-written, then I will be able to escape into it. Some genres, like horror and sci-fi, I have to be prepared and in the mood to read them, but other than that I will read whatever I can get my hands on.

So leave a comment below, telling me what genres you love the most!

Enjoy!
~Ariesgrl

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Book Trailer Thursday!

Hi Everyone,

Today’s trailer is brought to us by Children’s Author, A. J. York. The link below is for the Eliza Bluebell trailer. To read my review of her other book, Delilah Dusticle, click here.

 

Eliza Bluebell Book Trailer Link!

 

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~Ariesgrl

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A Quote to Begin your Day!

“A book is a gift you can open again and again.”
            ~Garrison Keillor

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Book Trailer Thursday!!!

Hi Everyone,

Today’s book trailer link is for Christmas Wish the latest novella from Chris Almeida and Cecilia Aubrey. I hope you all like the video! I love their books because of the realistic characters and the interconnecting plots. The series doesn’t have to be read in order, but if you do, you gain a bit more “experience” living through various moments of these characters’ lives. To read my review of Christmas Wish, click here.

Christmas Wish Trailer

Enjoy!
~Ariesgrl

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