E.H. Graham

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Stepping into the world of adult fiction and penned under the name E.H. Graham, The Window is the debut novel of this award-winning children's author. Whether reading or writing, Graham enjoys the escape into worlds of mystery, fantasy and suspense.

AUTHOR FEATURE: Alex R Carver

Today I am excited to feature author Alex R Carver.

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Hi, and thanks for having me, I’m here to give you all an opportunity to get to know me, so I guess I should do that.

My name is Alex R Carver, I’m from the UK, I love history, mythology, Egypt and golf (I have more enthusiasm than skill, but I enjoy myself) and I am an author. Primarily I write mystery books, but I have also wr... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 05, 2019 08:03
Average rating: 4.86 · 14 ratings · 10 reviews · 1 distinct work
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The Darkness by Brittney Leigh
"The Darkness is an enjoyable story with traces of mystery, horror, fairytale, time travel and coming of age. I enjoyed the “dear diary” type of writing, it suited the character and reinforced the high school setting of the book. The author capture..." Read more of this review »
E.H. Graham and 6 other people liked Carole P. Roman's review of Bulwark:
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Bulwark by Brit Lunden
"Bulwark is a well written, captivating story with thrilling twists and breath holding turns. You find yourself immersed in the struggles of Clay and Jenna; the loss, misunderstandings and longing pulls at your heart. Even though this is a novella,..." Read more of this review »
The Darkness by Brittney Leigh
"I like the structure of this book. It is presented as a collection of diary entries. It reflects the life of a teenage girl named Sophia. I liked reading about her feelings for boys because it sounded realistic, but I also love the fact that she l..." Read more of this review »
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