Jul 01, 2015
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7 Tropically Themed Indie Titles for More Fun in the Sun

Nothing says festive three day weekend like fireworks, BBQ’s and lounging on the beach with a great book.

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The Daffodils Still Grow

Sherri Elizabeth Tidwell

Rating:  star star star star star 

Rhythm

Rhythm for Sale

Grant Harper Reid

Rating:  star star star star star 

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In the House of Leviathan

B.D.Bruns

Rating:  star star star star star 

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deadly lies
All About the Book  |    |  June 30, 2015

Chris Patchell on “Deadly Lies”

“Deadly Lies” is about a woman on a dark and twisted road to revenge.


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Abracadabra
IR Book Review  |  June 26, 2015

Abracadabra Tut by Page McBrier

Rating:  star star star star star 

Fletcher Perry, a somewhat nerdy middle school student and amateur magician is the unexpected recipient of an Egyptian coffin that was sold at an auction.


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The Wizard of Oz (1939)
Directed by Victor Fleming
Shown: Judy Garland (as Dorothy Gale) on the Yellow Brick Road, wearing the ruby slippers
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What You Need to Do to Finish Writing Your Book

“Handing over” your manuscript doesn’t describe just a transfer of paperwork, it describes a change of mental state on the author’s part.


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LastHanging
IR Book Review  |  June 23, 2015

The Last Hanging in Scots Bend by Jack Hammond Jr.

Rating:  star star star star star 

In the aftermath of the Civil War, a simmering rivalry between two families boils over as Stash Harris avenges his mother and father’s murder. The sentence is death by hanging.


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Bubbie
IR Book Review  |  June 23, 2015

Managing Bubbie by Russel Lazega

Rating:  star star star star star 

Attorney and author Russel Lazega blends funny stories about his larger-than-life Miami Beach Jewish grandmother with her historical accounts and additional research of her escape from the Nazi regime.


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the wanton big
All About the Book  |    |  June 25, 2015

Tristan Wood on “The Wanton Life of My Friend Dave”

The book sums up to this question: what if instead of the half of your heart you were looking for you found the piece of your soul you didn’t know you were missing?


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Nose
IR Book Review  |  June 19, 2015

Nose, Legs, Body!: Know Wine Like the Back of Your Hand by Len Napolitano

Rating:  star star star star star 

NOSE, LEGS, BODY! is an accessible guide that provides more than the basics about wine for beginner wine enthusiasts. Author Len Napolitano serves up an easy-to-read guide that is both entertaining and enlightening.


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Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games
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6 Young Adults Titles Even Parents Will Enjoy

A 2012 survey showed that 55% of YA readers are adults making the intended audience for beloved titles including The Fault in Our Stars and The Hunger Games series actually your teenagers!


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DAZE
IR Book Review  |  June 19, 2015

Grey Daze by Michael Allan Scott

Rating:  star star star star star 

Psychic detective Lance Underphal must help his love interest Callie figure out what happened to her uncle, while dealing with a lawsuit accusing him of the wrongful death of his wife Sonya.


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blooded
All About the Book  |    |  June 23, 2015

D. Hart St. Martin on “Blooded: Lisen of Solsta”

The Lisen of Solsta trilogy posits the potential of a hero whose gender plays no role in her temperament or abilities.


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LittleAmerican
IR Book Review  |  June 19, 2015

Little American Man by Lior Lampert

Rating:  star star star star star 

At five years of age, Lior Lampert emigrates from Israel to the United States with his two brothers and his mother. A high school student “with a clear vision for his future,” Lampert candidly shares his immigrant journey to America.


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