5 Star review for The Secret Life of Girls – full length erotic novel (Xcite Erotic Romance Novels) By Chloe Thurlow

The Secret Life of Girls – full length erotic novel (Xcite Erotic Romance Novels) 5 Stars
Chloe Thurlow

A racy coming of age erotica story. Young Bella is discovering sex for the first time and it leads her into the sleazy world of pornography. A world which promises to help her regain a lost family fortune. Written from an almost innocent point of view yet as raunchy as sin. A tale of sexual discovery and corruption that leaves you wondering just who was the victim and who was the perpetrator, as each party seem to seduce each other. Well written, strong characters and a plotline that I wouldn’t recommend to the prudish or fainthearted.

Indie Block Party – Post 8 Social Media and Networking

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Indie block party small The last post of the Indie Block Event discusses Social Media and Networking.

Social networking is important to authors, especially indies, for the World Wide Web gives a reach further than ever before.  However such a beast should be treated with caution, for it has teeth and may bite back.  It is useful to remember what is posted on the internet stays on the internet.

Listed below are some examples of the good and bad behaviour when dealing with social media, and suggestions of what might and might not work for you.

Spam. No one likes spam, well except Monty Python. There are many ways to promote a book online, but don’t overdo it. I made this mistake shortly after I released my first book but learned quickly form my mistake. Of course you want people to know about your shiny book, and preferably buy it but it is…

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It’s A Celebration!

The Writer Next Door | Vashti Q

Hi everyone and welcome to my blog! My first novel The Basement is doing okay as far as sales! I want to thank all my fans and followers because without you guys this would not be possible. I also wanted to share my new book trailer (above). International Book Promo did a great job putting it together for me and I’m proud to show it off. I love it! I hope you do too!

Today, I am going to interview a significant person in my life. I’ve come to know him very well.

I speak of a young boy who goes by the name of Robbie. He is the main character in The Basement: Robbie’s Rite of Passage. Some of you have already gotten to know him quite well, others are in the process of getting to know him, but there are still many that have never heard…

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Meet the Author: Christina Jones

Jackson Paul Baer

Today, we’re talking with our second zombie-loving girl in the past week. Prepare to be amazed as the cutting edge blogger & author, Christina Jones, graces us her with her presence.

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You’re a writer with a bit of diversity. What is your favorite style of writing and what inspires you the most?

I really enjoy writing anything that involves humor and relationships. Humor has gotten me through the rougher parts of life and I love being able to do the same for my characters. As for inspiration, I draw mostly from my everyday life. My oldest son is hilarious and there’s never a dull moment around here.

Share your favorite passage from one of your works in one paragraph or less.

“The ride back to the house was awkward. Neither of us knew what to say and all I could do was stare at Frank and drool. I don’t…

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Review – I, the Sun

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Review of I, the SunJanet Morris

Historical Biography.

5 stars!

Exciting, well written and completely enthralling. I cannot recommend this enough.

I had been looking forward to reading this for a while and I was not disappointed. This book is superb!

Based on actual events (save one character) this story recounts the life of Suppiluliumas, King of the Hittites, favourite of the Storm God, and empire builder. Told from the perspective of the king himself it is an exciting, moving and in some places heart-rending story of the adolescent and angry prince who survives court intrigue, treachery, heartbreak and war to lead his people to a golden age.  Translations from actual historical tablets merge in with the author’s own words to present this fantastic book and present a vivid recounting of a world which existed fourteen centuries before the birth of Christ. This must be remembered when reading…

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Indie Blog Party Post 4 – Author Interview Allie Jean

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Indie block party smallThe fourth activity in the Indie Blog Party is to have an interview with a neighbour in the block. I am very happy to chat with Allie Jean, author of Supernatural Romance.

Author Bio:Allie Jean was born with an overactive imagination. She spent her childhood inventing stories and telling tales. Her mind never shut down, even while she slept. Vivid dreams containing extensive, elaborate plot lines of good overcoming evil villains captured her nightly visions, lingering into her waking hours and filling the pages of her well-loved bounded diaries. She was encouraged by her parents, even at a young age, to write down her tales, and it has remained a somewhat secret hobby. As a busy wife, mother and critical care nurse, Allie’s love of storytelling has been reborn through the adventures of her unforgettable characters. 

Please tell us a little about yourself. I am a registered nurse in…

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Dead Medium by Peter John Book trailer

It’s Here! A Great Book Trailer For Dead Medium. Thank you Puddingtane Productions For Your Most Excellent Work.

The deathly silence is about to be broken. She disliked the company of others and death did little to warm her spirit. She had led an independent life and she faced death in much the same way. She was finally alone, finally free from the mindless babble of others, at least that’s what she thought. May Elizabeth Trump was the rarest of spirits and she was none too happy about it either. She was a dead medium, a ghost who can speak with the living, and her services were to become in great demand. Flung into the limelight and smothered with unwanted attention, May soon discovers that it is not only ghosts with long awaited messages that have taken an interest in her. Something dark was lurking in the shadows, stalking her. Even the dead are not left to rest in peace. Dead Medium: A humorous, character driven story and a unique vision of life after death. Not your average ghost story.

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Meet the Author: Peter John

My interview with Jackson Paul Baer

Jackson Paul Baer

Today, we’re talking to our friend from the UK, Peter John. Now, besides having two first names, Peter is a talented writer and a social media guru. Sit back, relax, but don’t let your guard down too much as his characters just might come to life.


You’re the author of DEAD MEDIUM. How would you describe the book in only three words?

Grumpy Old Ghost

Share your favorite passage from the book in one paragraph or less.

“I think we should start by lighting some candles,” Barbara suggested.

“Always with the candles, I don’t see how they help?” Victoria groaned. Barbara pulled four small, red tea-light candles from her bag.

“They work I tell you!” Barbara said as she placed the candles on the table. She put coasters underneath them to protect the wooden surface.

“How do you know?” Victoria asked, “Have you ever tried without them?”

“We have…

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A Plain Wish – The back story (1)

Cyndi Lord

Kristi Becker’s life in Indianapolis kept her busy. At fifteen, her huge birthday party with twelve friends, mostly the cheer leading squad, delighted her. Her dad and mom stayed out of the family room when the slumber party started. Her Amish friend, Betty, came to her mind when the girls told scary stories under a tent made of blankets propped up on the backs of the dining room chairs. Not liking frightful stories, she changed the subject.

“I got a letter and a pretty handmade card from my friend Betty in Pennsylvania.”

“That Amish girl you’re always writing to forever?” Melody asked, looking upwards.

“Yeah, you’re just jealous. Want to see the card?”

“Okay.”  The others nodded.

They passed the lovely card around, commenting on the ink work of flowers and butterflies.

“How’d you meet someone all the way in Lancaster?” Amanda Scott handed the card to the next girl.

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