Wednesday, 31 October 2012

Orangeberry FreeMe #130

Wednesday, 31 October 2012

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One, Two ... He Is Coming For You – Willow Rose 
Genre – Suspense / Horror
Rating – R
3.8 (10 reviews)
Free until 4 November 2012

Set in the Danish coastal town of Karrebaeksminde, journalist Rebekka Franck returns to her hometown with her six year old daughter. She is trying to escape her ex-husband and starting a new life for her and her daughter, when the small sleepy town experiences a murder. 

One of the kingdoms wealthiest men is brutally murdered in his summer residence in Karrebaeksminde. While Rebekka Franck and her punk photographer Sune try to cover the story for the local newspaper another murder happens on a high society rich man. Now Rebekka Franck realizes that the drowsy little kingdom of Denmark has gotten its first serial killer and soon a series of dark secrets - long buried but not forgotten - will see the day of light.

One, Two ... He is coming for you is the first book in Willow Rose's mystery-series about the reporter Rebekka Franck and her photographer Sune.


Cinema of Shadows – Michael West
Genre – Horror
Rating – R
4.6 (28 reviews)
Free until 1 November 2012
Welcome to the Woodfield Movie Palace.
The night the Titanic sank, it opened for business…and its builder died in his chair.   In the 1950s, there was a fire; a balcony full of people burned to death.  And years later, when it became the scene of one of Harmony, Indiana's most notorious murders, it closed for good.  Abandoned, sealed, locked up tight…until now.

Tonight, Professor Geoffrey Burke and his Parapsychology students have come to the Woodfield in search of evidence, hoping to find irrefutable proof of a haunting.  Instead, they will discover that, in this theater, the terrors are not confined to the screen.

Scattered Leaves: The Legend of Ghost Killer – Lynny Prince
Genre – Paranormal, Alternate History
Rating – G
4.6 (32 reviews)
Free until 31 October 2012
What would you do for a chance to go back in time and change history? This is what Kyle Ghostkiller has the chance to do in Scattered Leaves: The Legend of Ghostkiller, a "Twilight" meets "Avatar" thrill ride that takes you to a different place in time where anything is possible - even changing the past.

If you enjoy the paranormal, are fascinated with time travel, love history and want to know what could have happened if the Indians had won the west, read my book. You'll come away with a new perspective on history and a better understanding of why the Indians fought so hard to keep their way of life.

Saving Halloween – Lisa Ard
Genre – Fantasy, MG
Rating – PG
4.7 (15 reviews)
Free until 31 October 2012
When book-smart Anne Parson meets Halloween Spavento, she sees exactly what she wants to see -- a friend. Halloween waves away trouble, magically silences school bullies and offers Anne unfailing friendship. But, when the Spavento family's enchanting exploits are exposed, will Anne face her fears and save Halloween? A spellbinding tale of outcasts who find acceptance, a girl who discovers the true meaning of family, and characters who are not always what they seem. 2012 Kay Snow Award Winner

Implicated – Peter Michael Rosenberg
Genre – Thriller
Rating – PG13
4.1 (17 reviews)
Free until 1 November 2012
Erdogan Denizli cleans up the messes other people make of their lives. Not their dirty houses or their dirty clothes - no, Erdogan gets a call when a bathroom is sprayed with arterial blood after a shamed pervert cuts his own throat, after a home-invasion-gone-wrong leaves bits of brain ground into the carpet, or when an undiscovered death drips putrefying body fluids into the apartment below. He's a crime scene cleaner in Ventura County, California and after forensics have done their job, he gets to work...

It's not his job to feel the pain of those left behind, or to feel sadness at a wasted and unmourned life, but he does. He can't help it. But he doesn't get involved; he can't afford to - he can't risk dredging up the shadows of his own past. But when, on a routine crime scene clean-up, he finds a piece of overlooked evidence, evidence that implicates the cops in an assassins-for-hire conspiracy, he can't look the other way, because now his own life's in danger. But who do you turn to for help when it's the cops that want you dead?

Implicated is a contemporary but noirish thriller with a "cast of characters straight out of an Elmore Leonard novel": Valerie, the femme fatale who wants to nail the cops who killed her husband... Maxim, the Azerbaijani mobster who wants in on a little bit of the American Dream ... ill-fated Sammy the Schmuck with his penchant for other people's lives (and other people's money). And Brad and Mikey, the cops who've long since thrown "Serve and Protect" out the window.

The Survivors – Angela White
Genre – Action, Adventure
Rating – R
3.6 (117 reviews)
Free until 4 November 2012

From dangerous trips into dark, apocalyptic cities, to patriotic rescues and furious revelations, Life After War is an action packed fantasy series where those left alive must come to terms with their mistakes in the old world, while fighting for a place in the new one. It's the apocalyptic fantasy series that Stephen King fans have been searching for. This way, please...

Murder at Blue Falls – Maggie Bishop
Genre – Mystery
Rating – PG13
4.3 (29 reviews)
Free until 31 October 2012
Arson and murder disturb the Appalachian peace of the Triplett Valley's Blue Falls Dude Ranch. Jemma Chase, daughter of the ranch owners and trail-ride leader, becomes involved when her horse finds a body. Being an amateur SCI is fun until her meddling puts her life in danger. Detective Tucker's suspicions disturb and annoy Jemma, but in the end, he becomes the answer to her prayers. Escape to the North Carolina mountains for a week on a guest ranch.

Hidden – Derick Parsons
Genre – Thriller, Suspense
Rating – PG13
4.9 (14 reviews)
Free until 4 November 2012
Why has a beautiful young woman been committed to an insane asylum? What is the truth behind a shadowy past containing drug use, promiscuity and murder? What secrets does she hold that others will kill to keep HIDDEN? These are questions that psychologist Kate Bennett must answer if she is to save her patient's sanity...and both their lives. But Kate has secrets of her own, and a dark past of her own that will come back to haunt her.

HIDDEN is a thriller, set in Dublin, but it is also a voyage of self-discovery for Kate, as she uncovers not just the truth about her patient but some truths about herself.

String Bridge – Jessica Bell
Genre – Contemporary Fiction
Rating – PG
4.8 (29 reviews)
Free until 31 October 2012
Greek cuisine, smog and domestic drudgery was not the life Australian musician, Melody, was expecting when she married a Greek music promoter and settled in Athens, Greece. Keen to play in her new shoes, though, Melody trades her guitar for a 'proper' career and her music for motherhood. That is, until she can bear it no longer and plots a return to the stage--and the person she used to be. However, the obstacles she faces along the way are nothing compared to the tragedy that awaits.

 "Poet and musician Jessica Bell's debut novel String Bridge is a rich exploration of desire, guilt, and the difficult balancing act of the modern woman. The writing is lyrical throughout, seamlessly integrating setting, character and plot in a musical structure that allows the reader to identify with Melody's growing insecurity as her world begins to unravel a powerful debut from a promising writer, full of music, metaphor, and just a hint of magic." Magdalena Ball of The Compulsive Reader, author of "Sleep Before Evening"

Paula Renaye - Do You Have Clarity?

by Paula Renaye

Do you have clarity? It’s a fair question, but one that begs another: About what? 

You might be completely clear about where you are in one area of life and totally clueless about another. Your relationships—romantic, family and otherwise—may be fantastic, but you may feel unfulfilled in your work and have no idea how to fix it. Or, vice versa. Or, you may have a totally different area where you just can’t see the forest for the trees. Whatever the case, the way to get clarity about a situation might not be exactly what you think it would.

For me, there was a time in the not-so-distant past when about the only thing I had a clear bead on in my life was survival, whatever that meant in the moment. Whether it was mental, physical, emotional or financial survival, or all the above, the best I could hope for was to see some way to make do, to keep going and just “get through it.” It isn’t a fun way to live. And ultimately, it took not being able to make do—not being able to find a way to tolerate—that pushed me toward clarity. 

I thought I had been dutifully, valiantly, and certainly desperately, seeking answers for my problems, but it turns out, all my frantic “tell me what to do” pleas were really just a way to avoid facing the truth. I didn’t really want clarity; I wanted an excuse I could live with so I didn’t have to make any changes in my life. I knew what I needed to do, I just didn’t want to do it—or deal with what would happen if I did. I wasn’t ready for clarity.

For example, as long as I kept looking for other options to solve my relationship problem—besides actually getting out of it, of course—I didn’t have to face the reality that there was nothing that was going to “fix” what was really wrong.  

If you’ve read Living the Life You Love, you know that not being married or not having a man in my life meant death to my subconscious belief system. So, regardless of what I said consciously about wanting to know what to do—wanting clarity—that deeper part of me would do anything to avoid it and the consequences thereof. 

What do you need clarity on in your life? Are you asking the same questions over and over, but getting nowhere? Where and when do you feel like you hit a brick wall when you try to move forward or find peace? If you had an all-knowing wise being standing before you right now that you could ask what to do about it, what would you say? 

Turns out you do have a wise being to turn to—you—so give this a try. Complete the following sentences, using as many words as you need to. Be sure to write down every thought that comes up:

Please tell me what to do about___________________.
I am so tired of not knowing what to do and feeling ___________________.
I really want to feel ___________________ and be able to ___________________.
If I had a magic wand, I would ___________________.
There is no good solution for my problem because ___________________.
The one solution for my problem that I do not want to consider is ___________________, because ___________________.
If I didn’t have this problem, I would be happy because ___________________.

I can’t promise you’ll get total clarity from answering these questions, but I can promise that you’ll get some. And, you may even get some insights into a deeper issue that you need to deal with. 

Remember, the only way out is through, so don’t avoid what makes you cringe. Face it head on and clear it. And, of course, if you need professional help, please get it.

Do what you need to do and starting living a life you truly love today!

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Paula Renaye is a tough love media expert, empowerment coach, transformational speaker and five-time award-winning author. Her new acclaimed self-improvement book, Living the Life You Love: The No-Nonsense Guide to Total Transformation, received a starred review and critics’ pick from Kirkus Reviews and is available at your neighborhood or online bookstore. For more articles and information, visit

#OBTreat Orangeberry Trick or Treat - Day - Day 17


15th October to 15th November 2012

51 books from 47 authors
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Book Excerpt from Consumed by Love by Pavarti K Tyler
 Slicing the knife through the skin and muscle of a human thigh is not difficult. Enough Novocain and Oxycodone evaporates the pain. The first time it’s difficult to believe how hard it is to push the blade through the layers of thick muscle. Eventually it, like so many other things, becomes a habit. It’s simply something that needs to be done.
Hugo had never been close to his father. Ever since the old man had died, however, he hadn’t been feeling right.
His mind was disorganized, unable to stay focused on any topic for more than ten minutes at most, causing him to miss deadlines at work. Hugo talked in his sleep and lost his appetite. Eventually, the only thing he could convince his sensitive digestive system to eat was his wife’s meatloaf. He’d been losing weight rapidly and his normally bronze skin was ashen and hung limply from his bones. Just an inch below six-foot, he had an athletic build. Yet, as his muscles wasted away, he looked much older than twenty-nine.
His wife Bree was worried, too. When she asked Hugo about it, he ignored her, pretending that nothing was wrong. He would kiss her on the lips and ask what was for dinner with a strained smile before excusing himself to the bathroom. Once there, he would curse at his reflection, never knowing that his wife was listening in the other room with tears in her eyes.
As the weeks slipped by, Hugo became little more than a stranger, detached. Bree would wake in the middle of the night, alone in bed, to find him staring up at the moon through the window, as if it were speaking directly to him.
 Skin easily pulls away from the flesh, having already been carefully separated from the muscles and nerves of the leg. The flap of skin is vestigial, only the casing of what had once lain underneath. Now it helps to conceal and protect the next section for removal. Necessity demands the sacrifice — love will reward it.

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Tuesday, 30 October 2012

Orangeberry FreeMe #129

Tuesday, 30 October 2012

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Here Lies Death – Harlan Vaughn
Genre – Urban Fantasy, Contemporary Fiction
Rating – PG13
4.2 (15 reviews)
Free until 31 October 2012
On December 21, 2012, the processes of death and aging stop completely. Here Lies Death is the story of Kelsey and April, sisters who are forced to explore their own mortality because of unprecedented supernatural phenomena. As the world struggles to understand the psychological and sociological implications, Kelsey and April dive deeper into hopelessness and depravity. While the slow realization of life without death begins to burn itself into a new reality, the human race threatens to implode.

What happens when there is no more death?

Part fantasy, part science fiction, and part story of survival, read the acclaimed novel that sweeps across the human experience and digs into the darkest corners of the mind.

Lust Knows Where You Work – Simon Jenner
Genre – Short Stories
Rating – PG15
4.6 (5 reviews)
Free until 31 October 2012
‘Lust Knows Where You Work’ is a dark collection of five short stories revolving around lust and jealousy. Every story is very different but each one will keep you on the edge of your seat. Enjoy! 

Executive Perks – Sci-fi:
Set in an office of a dystopian future. Samuel Carter has finally made it to the fourth floor where the ‘big cheeses’ work, but the move doesn’t bring him the satisfaction he worked so hard to achieve. He complains to his formerly unseen boss, the beautiful, Miss Greenfly, and things start to get infinitely better … or do they? 

Eternally Fit – Supernatural, horror:
Max Miller, owner of Executive Fitness Gym, hankers for a day without sit-ups but the gym is his whole life - work and social. Enter the raven-haired Debbie Marshall, and day by day Max’s needs begin to change. Why is Max losing gym members? Why does Debbie hardly eat? How far will he go to find true love?

Eye of the Beholder – Supernatural, horror:
After an acrimonious divorce, Jim swears off women for good. That is, until Amanda Jones starts work in his office. Jim is immediately infatuated and struggles to control himself. Why can’t others see her beauty? What is the hold she has over him? Will Jim live to tell the tale?

Windfall – Mystery, thriller:
Tony Wallis is about to receive a massive inheritance which is fair compensation for the miserable life he has led up until now. What’s more, as he waits in the solicitor’s reception area, he meets pretty secretary, Kate. It is clear that this is his lucky day in more ways than one. But Kate is the solicitor’s granddaughter, and things don’t play out as Tony expects.

For Better or Worse – Murder, mystery:
Infidelity is a hard blow to take, and Andrea is a proud woman who decides that revenge is in order to redress the balance. But murder never comes easy, and learning the truth can be harder still.


Brood – Lars Guignard
Genre – Horror, Paranormal, Mystery
Rating – PG13
3.2 (6 reviews)
Free until 31 October 2012
WARNING:"once you start reading you won't be able to put it down until you finish it."

In the tradition of Stephen King, Dean Koontz, and the X-Files:

A scientist is missing...
Alaskan fishermen are getting their fingers bitten off...
And the fish we eat is at the root of a conspiracy that will change us all.

Paranormal detective Sterling Strange faces his most horrifying case yet.  Alaskan fishermen are getting their fingers bitten off.  Soon after being mutilated, the fishermen disappear.  Sterling's quest to determine the fate of missing men takes him to a wilderness fish farm, far up a remote inlet.  But the investigation takes a back seat to survival when Sterling finds himself next on the fish farmer's list.

BROOD is a 20,000 word novella (approximately 85 pages) that takes the reader on a wild and frightening ride deep into the wilderness where fish are being bred for more than their meat.

I am the Devil Bird – Billy Purgatory
Genre – Fantasy
Rating – PG
4.8 (33 reviews)
Free until 31 October 2012
Author Jesse James Freeman delivers a comic book for the ages in novel form with this wild, tongue-in-cheek, imaginative creation that will suspend your disbelief. Jump in if you're looking to immerse yourself in a unique and original fantasy tale with a sick twist....Billy Purgatory dares you to join him.

Billy Purgatory happens to be the most badass skateboarder and sweet talker any broad can meet--even at the age of ten. He is also the target of supernatural forces he can't understand, and doesn't want to.

Billy just can't seem to avoid all things Monster. Growing up, he encounters Devil Birds, gypsies, Time Zombies and vampires (and not the kind you want to bring home to your Pop, either). He tries to convince himself they're not real by joining the army, fixing cars and even going to Vegas. But whenever Billy thinks he's put it all behind him, a monster shows up, and it's usually in the form of the beautiful Anastasia...

Bitnapped – J. T. Carroll
Genre – Suspense, Humor
Rating – PG
4.2 (4 reviews)
Free until 1 November 2012
After graduating from MIT, Kelly had to settle for a lowly position at Bytewise, a Manhattan software company. Then, she blunders into the kidnapping of her despised boss, Rupert.  The kidnapper brings Kelly along and abandons the two in a locked room far from the city.  Kelly and Rupert must escape and make their way back to Manhattan to prevent the Mindolfi brothers from stealing six million dollars. They have only twenty-four hours, no money and no identification. Can the at-odds software developers cooperate to make a stand against professional criminals? The twists will keep you guessing and the repartee will make you smile.

In Zuni, Zymotic – Tower Lowe
Genre – Mystery, Short Story
Rating – PG
4.5 (8 reviews)
Free until 1 November 2012
A dead teacher on the front porch of a Zuni, New Mexico home sends Cinnamon, a woman sleuth, on the trail to solve this crime story. Quirky characters, including an Aunt and a ditzy girlfriend, provide clues to the crime and to the whereabouts of Cinnamon's elusive Momma. The exotic location includes a controversy over Zuni kachinas (spirit beings), part of a home-grown New Mexico mystery. Follow the trail to Momma and the killer in #2 of the top mystery series.

Somebody Tell Aunt Tillie She's Dead – Christiana Miller
Genre – Paranormal, Chick-Lit
Rating – R
4.5 (194 reviews)
Free until 1 November 2012
A little magic can go a long way -- to really screwing up a girl's life!

Mara is having the worst month of her life. At least, that's what her cards tell her and they've never been wrong. She's evicted from her apartment, loses her job and is banned from Beverly Hills. So when the tarot cards predict her imminent demise, she uses a little magic to make her world right.

Suddenly, an aunt she's never met dies, leaving Mara as her sole heir. But when Mara moves into her inherited home, she discovers Aunt Tillie never moved out. She's still one pissed-off old lady, even post-mortem, and she blames Mara's magical meddling for her death.

When Mara accidentally releases a demon and awakens the spirit of the most powerful witch in history, Tillie's ready to kill her -- literally. It's the only way she can think of to save the girl from herself. The witch and the demon, however, have other plans for Mara's body!

#OBTreat Orangeberry Trick or Treat - Day 16


15th October to 15th November 2012

51 books from 47 authors
What is the Orangeberry Trick or Treat?
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Genre – Horror (R)
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Book Excerpt from the short story Widows at Night by Robynn Gabel in the anthology Playing with Fire
Her skin goose-bumped then shivered at the crawly touch. She scratched furiously, the panic rising. With a deep breath, she tried to escape into the oblivion of sleep. It wasn’t going to happen. A whispery brush skittered down her hip. Sitting up, she wrapped her arms around her legs and rocked back and forth. Her eyes struggled to see the hideous thing stalking her; the faint light under the door was useless.
The shiny black creatures, with red hourglasses on their bellies and long legs, haunted her imagination. Shifting on the skimpy blanket she thought of the soft, cottony webs they made, creating in her revulsion of anything soft. Her childhood should have been safe and innocent; instead she was learning about death and monsters.
While the night lingered on, she stood to stretch, wanting to open the closet door. I would squish them with the blanket if I could see them. Then I could go to sleep, she thought. A tickle on her back sent her hands desperately reaching to scratch, to keep them off so she wouldn’t get a deadly bite. Worried that one had fallen from the ceiling where they spun thin threads, her fingers furiously fluffed hair and scratched at her itching scalp.
Panic grew as she rubbed along her arms. She tried to keep them from crawling up her legs by shuffling her feet. The floorboards squeaked in response to the frenzied dance but she couldn’t help it. The light shifted under the door, but before she could feign sleep, it opened.
In the bright light she searched for the spiders she feared more than the impending punishment. Reassured she was truly alone, she listened to her mother’s rant, head hanging down.
‘I told you to be quiet! I don’t know what you’re doing in here, but I can hear you! I need sleep. I’m going to beat you within an inch of your life if you don’t lie down now!’ A hand whipped out, gouging into her shoulder, pushing her onto the skimpy blanket.
‘I won’t be bad again, Mommy. Please let me sleep on the bed; I will be good. Please!’ She cowered beneath her mother’s angry countenance, hoping she might relent.
‘You’re staying in here all night and I hope the spiders get you!’
She looked out, seeing her sister staring in fear, before the door closed abruptly. The light dimmed.

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Author Interview - Jennifer Laurens

What is the name of your most recent book and if you had to sum it up in 30 or less words, what would you say?
GRACE DOLL mixes the glamor of the Golden Age of Hollywood with Poltics. Power. Possession.Deception and a love story that bridges decades. 

How did you come up with the title and cover design? 
The name Grace Doll is my aunt's name---so unusual, I had to use it somewhere! As an indie author, one of the things I like best about my work is controlling the outcome from inception to hardcover book. I toyed around with different cover concepts, but loved the idea of the starlet in her chair. On the back flap, the chair is empty. The distressed artwork, the color scheme all lend themselves to the mood of the book.

Have you based any of your characters on someone you know, or real events in your own life?

Brenden's estranged relationship with his father is kind of me 'purging' about my relationship with my estranged father. Both fathers were in show business, both had remarried, both were perceived as selfish and neglectful. Then of course there's the title being the name of my aunt. I enjoy using details from my own life, or the lives of people I know-- I feel very connected to a story that way.

Are you a self published (Indie) author?
Happily, yes.

What book do you know that you will never read? 

Fifty Shades of Gray

Have you ever read a book more than once? 

Constantly. In fact, as the reading choices of today become more scarce ( IMO ) I turn back to my "bibles" ( fav books ) all the time. At least I'm guaranteed a quality read.

Who designed the cover of your book? 

Cortnie Lowe, friend, critique partner and artist.

Do you have a book trailer? Yes!

How do you feel about book trailers? 

I love them. And, with Grace Doll being about the film industry and movie stars, a book trailer works nicely for it. ( Blogger note: Please have the book trailer posted with this post - you can find it by going to YouTube and searching for: Grace Doll book trailer. )

ebook or hardcover? 

Ebook. I have a Nook and never have to worry about pages falling out, yellowing or whatever.

Thanks for having me!

Grace Doll had everything a girl could want: Fame. Fortune. Beauty.

Everything except, of course, her freedom. So when a powerful movie producer forces an experimental treatment on Grace--one that's purported to make beauty immortal--she stages her own death to escape him.

With the help of trusted friends, Grace slips into hiding. She's forever flawless, forever young and forever pursued by her past.

But when a stranger arrives on her doorstep, holding the key to a life she thought she'd left behind, Grace must decide between the safety she's known... and embracing the role she was born to play.


About the Author
I write YA books. Whatever my heart desires, I write. I don't have someone over my shoulder, in some office somewhere telling me what I can and cannot write. Or should and shouldn't write. I listen to my heart, the center of my muse, and trust my instincts.

I've written since junior high school. An only child, I grew up writing big stories about big families. I also write YA under the name of JM Warwick. My hometown of Palos Verdes, California figures in much of my work, as does my current home of Pleasant Grove, Utah and other favorite places. I love to travel.

They say "write what you know" and I do. I am a mother, I have six children, five cats and a huge doberman/dane dog. I have a supportive husband and we've been married 25 years. Our lives, though challenging with a handicapped child who has autism, are centered in our family.

My life experiences have worked into all of my novels. Some more heavily than others, but parts of me are in each story. I love stories rich in family drama, where family members overcome obstacles through love and miracles.


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Books Sold - 6 Nov 2011 to 31 May 2012

Some of you have asked me for my total number of books sold to evaluate KDP Select so here it is. Bear in mind, that results will vary based on genre and author. Good luck and remember, Keep Moving Forward.

Total - 120,836

1. Excuse Me, My Brains Have Stepped Out
Amazon Kindle - 42,559
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2. Frequent Traveller
Amazon Kindle - 35277
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3. Dora's Essentials - Books, Blogs & Smiles 1
Amazon Kindle - 462
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4. Mirror Me Martha (Short Story)
Amazon Kindle - 281
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5. Drive On Hope (Short Story)
Amazon Kindle - 190
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6. Blog-A-Licious Directory 2012
Amazon Kindle - 1
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7. Pandora's Reading Room 1
Amazon Kindle -
Paperback - N/A

8. The Cat That Barked (Short Story)
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9. Dora's Essentials - Examining Anxiety
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10. Dora's Essentials - Books, Blogs & Smiles 2
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11. Elevenses from Around the World
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12. Genetically Modified Foods vs. Sustainability
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