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Tasha Turner

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Tasha Turner is not the illegitimate daughter of any satmar rav from whom she did not acquire her knowledge of satmar. Neither is she the Renfield of any conventional vampire. She is not an acolyte of Lilith who created the Jewish vampires.

Ok seriously now:
I'm mostly a reader, reading over 200 books a year. I'm an occasional blogger. I also do life coaching, social media coaching, and dabble in fiction.

My taste in reading is eclectic, romance, sci fi, fantasy, mystery,suspense, YA, paranormal, urban fantasy. Prefer to stay away from graphic sex, violence, and language but find my tastes expanding. Really dislike books where women are attracted to/fall for men who are using them, sexually abusing them, raping them.

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Tasha Turner Yes but I might suck all your blood out and steal your soul. It's the hazard of going out with Jewish vampires who might sneak up on you as a friendly…moreYes but I might suck all your blood out and steal your soul. It's the hazard of going out with Jewish vampires who might sneak up on you as a friendly cat or a helpless elderly lady while your waiting for your date to arrive.(less)
Tasha Turner I was talking to a friend. She shared an idea her mother had. I added some of my thoughts. She suggested I write it. From that discussion the idea for…moreI was talking to a friend. She shared an idea her mother had. I added some of my thoughts. She suggested I write it. From that discussion the idea for a series on Jewish vampires based on both Jewish Halacha (law) and bits and pieces I've found about mystical creatures which might be Jewish vampires was born. You can find more about this on my website.(less)
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Social Network Platform What It Is and Why You Need One By Tasha Turner What is a Social Network Platform? Think of it as your virtual house. Thank you to DeAnna Troupe for this analogy. It is made up of all the places you might be online: Blog (main house) Facebook Twitter Website/blog Google+ Pinterest [...]
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“Sometimes girls, especially those whose tastes aren't routine, don't get a fair break. Too many of us have been bred to timidity. That is why those who escape must run, not stroll, toward what they desire. They mustn't look back. They mustn't question their own instincts. And they mustn't listen to the naysayers. If they can only follow their own true course, well then, they will be as renowned for their bravery as the greatest men are.”
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Tasha Turner Donna wrote: "Hi Tasha, I've been following and enjoying your reviews for a while now. I noticed you have a shelf labeled "2013 new to me author challenge." Is this as part of a larger group challenge or are you..."

Part of a group challenge. All my challenges are from groups. I think 80%+ come from the same group Paranormal Addicts & Newbies - Paranormal Romance & Urban Fantasy which always has challenges going on as well as good discussions although I don't stop by as frequently as I should.

I am part of another group that is doing the "new to me author" challenge also. They are aiming for 100. According to the widget I'm at 65 for the year.

Glad to hear you've been enjoying my reviews.


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Donna Cook Hi Tasha, I've been following and enjoying your reviews for a while now. I noticed you have a shelf labeled "2013 new to me author challenge." Is this as part of a larger group challenge or are you doing this on your own? Just curious and had to ask. ;)


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Tasha Turner D. Hunter wrote: "Hey Tasha,

Did you ever have a chance to finish reading my book?

The Trivium Proportion

I wanted to find out what you thought of it if you had."


Oh geez. Thanks for reminding me. I'm trying to move books that got lost in my TBR up. Moving it now.


D. Hunter Phillips Hey Tasha,

Did you ever have a chance to finish reading my book?

The Trivium Proportion

I wanted to find out what you thought of it if you had.


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Tasha Turner Nenia wrote: "Thanks for the kind words! I'm happy to be your friend! I see you like Mercedes Lackey, too! :D"

Yep I love Mercedes Lackey :D thanks for accepting the friend request.


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Tasha Turner C.J. wrote: "C.J. Heck C.J. Heck

Hello Tasha,

It's such a pleasure having you as a friend. Thank you!

My warmest regards and best wishes,
CJ"


Thanks good making your acquaintance. I look forward to swapping favorite books and sharing ideas!


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C.J. Heck C.J. Heck C.J. Heck

Hello Tasha,

It's such a pleasure having you as a friend. Thank you!

My warmest regards and best wishes,
CJ


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Tasha Turner I'm way behind on typing up reviews I have close to 30 books to take my notes and turn them into GR reviews... Ouch I need to do better at staying on top of them. I've read some good books and some not so good but nothing really bad.


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Tasha Turner After weeks or even over a month all my library books on hold came in. That's about 15 books to read and review not including other books I've committed to review. Wheee time to really hide in the bedroom and read. Who is making sure I eat and drink enough water?


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Tasha Turner John wrote: "Loving the Jewish Vampire quotes... Had me snorting through my coffee!"

Thanks I had fun creating them and finally remembered to copy them over here from my blog. I guess I won't be putting a warning "no coffee harmed while creating these quotes"...


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John Scott Loving the Jewish Vampire quotes... Had me snorting through my coffee!


Savannah Tasha, thank you for the friendship.
Stay naughty,
Savannah
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Gusto Dave Hi Tasha! Thanks for your friendship.

I’m Gusto Dave Jackson Publicist for Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers and I wouldn’t be worth my salt if I didn’t tout our blog and organization. Chiseled in Rock http://chiseledinrock.blogspot.com features side-splitting satire and some flash fiction for intellectual readers.

This week on the Rock: Classic Love Triangle (comedy video with animals), in Monday’s interview with agent AMANDA LUEDEKE she hints at what the next wave in genres will be, and erotic romance writer E.C. STACY offers up another warped cartoon.

RMFW has several bestselling authors such as NYT Bestseller JEANNE STEIN and J.A. KAZIMER. You have an open invitation to the “The Rock” for contests, entertainment, and an insight to the world of writing! Let’s follow each others’ blogs!


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