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message 1: by Rebecca (new)

Rebecca Charlesworth (beckycharlie90) | 1 comments Hi,

I am looking for new books to review....I have been reviewing them for a while now and I post the reviews on here and any other sites the authors request. I am also in the middle of starting a blog which will be set up in a few weeks.
I prefer eBooks but I will also review print.

I hope to be reviewing some of your lovely books soon

Thanks!! :)


message 2: by Lara (new)

Lara Frater | 1 comments Rebecca,

If you are interested in reviewing my zombie novel End of the Line I can send you a PDF copy. Please email me at fraterkitty at yahoo.com


message 3: by Armand (new)

Armand Burke | 2 comments Rebecca wrote: "Hi,

I am looking for new books to review....I have been reviewing them for a while now and I post the reviews on here and any other sites the authors request. I am also in the middle of starting a..."


Rebecca wrote: "Hi,

I am looking for new books to review....I have been reviewing them for a while now and I post the reviews on here and any other sites the authors request. I am also in the middle of starting a..."


Rebecca wrote: "Hi,

I am looking for new books to review....I have been reviewing them for a while now and I post the reviews on here and any other sites the authors request. I am also in the middle of starting a..."



message 4: by Kate (new)

Kate Kulig (katekulig) | 8 comments Hi Rebecca,

Do you review mysteries? I have two ebooks in a series, I could send you either one, or both, in whatever format you need.

Bloody Murder Post Parcel


message 5: by Marianne (new)

Marianne (mitzi_wanham) | 19 comments i would, but i'm not accepting ebooks.


message 6: by Natalie (new)

Natalie Star (nataliestar) | 10 comments What kind of books do you review?
I have YA paranormal romance and my alter ego has a couple of erotic stories out.

~Natalie


message 7: by Armand (new)

Armand Burke | 2 comments Rebecca -- I tried to reply to your message but that didn't seem to work. Would you like to review my book, The Great Leap Forward? It's a satirical post-modern spy novel set in China. If so, please let me know at ArmandBurke42@gmail.com. Thanks!


message 8: by Nicole (new)

Nicole Moore (thenicknick) | 2 comments Rebecca,

If you are into romance novels, let me know. I am about to release Sugar Daddy and would love a review. Or, if your blog is up and running, I could invite you to be a stop on the blog tour.

Hope to hear from you soon!

NickiNicole Andrews Moore


message 9: by Kat (new)

Kat Mellon (katmellon) | 4 comments I have a literary fiction novella titled Creation. It's a short read (20,000 words). Let me know if you're interested and I'll send an e-book version your way!

Reviews and excerpt here: http://www.amazon.com/Creation-ebook/...


message 10: by Jill (new)

Jill Sanders (jillmsanders) | 26 comments Hi Rebecca,

I'm an author of contemporary romance books. I have two self-published books; Finding Pride & Discovering Pride.

I also run my own review / interviews from my blog listed below. Take a min. if your interested email me at jill@prideseries.com

Thanks

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FINDING PRIDE:
Megan Kimble was traveling a long way to find the next chapter in her life, one that would not include her brother Matt. Losing him now was tragic, even more so since she had finally freed herself from the abuse and the shame of a bad marriage. She'd spent years hiding things from Matt, so he wouldn't know about her horrible life. Keeping her secret world of bruises, cuts, and broken bones, much like the one she now sported with a large white cast.

Dealing with her loss was hard, but, now she was thinking of taking over Matt's new business venture. This could be the fresh start she needed, a new town, a new place to forget the pain and maybe she could learn to trust again.

Todd Jordan was a successful businessman, who had once lost it all, and now he'd just lost his best friend and business partner. But, then she came into town broken and scared, and for the first time in a long time he was looking forward to his future. Breaking down Megan's barriers would take patience and strength, and he would need that strength to keep what he loves safe.

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DISCOVERING PRIDE:
Lacey Jordan was a woman who knew what she wanted… and she wanted nothing to do with the new doctor in town. He had the perfect smile, perfectly tan muscles and a way with people. Her people. This was her town, her family, her life, and he’d come in and shaken everything up, including her heart.

Aaron was running away from a hard breakup where more then just his heart had been broken. At this point all he wanted to do was take over his grandfather’s medical practice, and work on his new house, turning it into the first place he could call home. He liked the town of Pride, in fact he’d spent the only good parts of his childhood here. What he hadn’t expected was to bump into a fairy goddess. Bumping hard enough to get a concussion and have his heart mended at the same time.

Then, the town gets a visit that will change their lives forever, if they can survive.


http://www.prideseries.com
http://www.prideseries.com/blog.html

--Jill
Finding Pride & Discovering Pride
Finding Pride by Jill Sanders Discovering Pride by Jill Sanders


message 12: by Kirsten (new)

Kirsten Beckworth (kirstenbeckworth) | 3 comments Hi Rebecca. I've just completed a character driven drama novel called The Enemies Within. Six chapters are enclosed on the link below. Please let me know if you would then like to review the book in its entirety.

amazon.co.uk/Enemies-Within-Kirsten-B...


message 13: by Jools (new)

Jools Riddell | 2 comments If you review self-help books written in a parody/humorous style I would gladly send you a copy of my book 'The Fairy Godmother Mindf*ck: How to Rewrite Your Life Story, Create Your Own Destiny and Have a Happy Ever After'. It does contain the odd colourful, passionate language, however via the use of characters from Cinderella, it highlights where in life you are holding back and what is blocking you from living the best, most fabulous life of your dreams. It will show you how to recognise and own the parts of each character, good and 'bad', to understand how your old story was created, and how to create a new one.
I can happily send a PDF, Kindle copy or physical .

Jools Riddell x


message 14: by K.A. (new)

K.A. Mulenga (goodreadscomkalenga) | 1 comments Hi all. I just joined this group. I have 17 children's books to my name and there are some that have no reviews here or on Amazon. Would anyone be interested in reviewing them? They are free on KU or I can email a pdf copy. Here they are:

Four Seasons In One Day https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09VCG2Y1N
David the Great Kinghttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B09T3SDN26
Robbie the Raven and Debbie the Dove https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09VQ26GLW
The Lion and the Impala https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09TTSGT32
The Weaver Birds https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09VY3HRXS


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