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message 1: by Kitiera (new)

Kitiera Morey | 6 comments As an indie author myself, I know how hard it is to get your book out there and get people to review it. I'd like to help out. I'll review your book and post my review on goodreads and anywhere else the book is. Most things I'm interested in, though I'm not a huge fan of romance, Westerns, or Sci-fi. I'll still review them, though, if they sound good. I prefer pdfs. Contact me here or pm me.

message 2: by P. (new)

P. Lundburg | 2 comments Hi, Kitiera:

I'm game. And your books look intriguing. Take a look at mine and see if you're interested in reading/reviewing any or all. If you are, then zing me a message and we can get the exchange done.

Warm Regards!
Skipper's Oath (The Frank Mattituck #1) by P. Wesley Lundburg Poacher's End (The Frank Mattituck #2) by P. Wesley Lundburg The Stateroom Tryst (Clayton Chronicles Book 1) by P. Wesley Lundburg On Rocks and Clouds by P. Wesley Lundburg

message 3: by Alessio (new)

Alessio Cala | 2 comments Hi Kitiera,

Sounds great! I'd love to get in touch as I'm always looking for people to review my novel. Check it out below and let me know if you would be interested.

Kindest regards,

Forgotten Liberty

message 4: by Lonna (last edited Jun 02, 2017 06:35AM) (new)

Lonna Cottrell-Thompson | 1 comments Mine is a funny, goofy, dark, and insightful coming-of-age memoir that takes place in a muskrat-ridden town in NJ. Check it out. If you are interested, send me your email address, and I'll send you a pdf. Contact me via pm or email at

Everyday Is Like Sunday: A Memoir

message 5: by S.N. (new)

S.N. Lemoing (snlemoing) | 2 comments Hi Kitiera and everyone,

Here is my fantasy novel:

I'm looking for other exchanges too, feel free to contact me!

message 6: by Marshalee (new)

Marshalee Patterson | 5 comments Hello Kitera,
I have 2 Christian Romance books published- one is more of a romantic thriller and I am always happy to get reads and reviews. Please contact me here or at
and I'll be glad to send you one or both of them. You can check out more on them on my website
Predestined Love
The Path of the Chosen Warriors

Thnaks alot

message 7: by Charlena (new)

Charlena Jackson (cjacks1124) | 3 comments Hello Everyone!!

Thank you for the warm welcome!!

I am looking forward to getting to know everyone. I love learning and gaining insight from everyone all over!

This is Charlena Jackson and I just released a book called No Cross No Crown Trust God Through the Battle.

Thank you kindly for the opportunity to highlight my book No Cross No Crown Trust God Through the Battle to the public eyes and ears. I am beyond grateful!

My book is equipped to embolden people to walk with Jesus in their work place and in their life by accepting challenges as blessings oppose to looking at their challenges as a curse. Many people do not understand or accept that challenges are there to strengthen and rebuilt.

Some people are afraid to accept growth—Our challenges helps us to grow, to become wiser, and learn from our mistakes. Expecting our challenges helps us to rebuilt our foundation that need to be refine/tune and/or at times our foundation needs to be torn down so that one may start from scratch.

No Cross No Crown Trust God Through the Battle is an uplifting inspirational book that helps people to see that if they trust and believe all things will work out for the good. God doesn’t make any mistakes. We might question Him, however, He knew exactly what He was/is doing, because all will unfold after the battle is won.

No Cross No Crown Trust God Through the Battle may be purchased on Amazon and Barnes and Nobles:

Here is the introduction to my book No Cross No Crown Trust God Through the Battle.


“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “Plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future” (Jeremiah 29:11).

Life is full of surprises. We find ourselves free-falling as we love freely; rejoicing in giving and not looking for any- thing in return; smiling without expecting to grieve; laughing not knowing pain is right around the corner. When clouds begin to block the sunlight and the storm is on the way, we move toward shelter because we know when it rains it pours. When rain destroys the life we have built, it is hard for some of us to start over. We may think starting over is a bad thing; however, we never take time out to have a clear under- standing of why the rain took its course. We begin to think the worst of a bad situation because the thunder shook our confidence, the lightning struck our fears into action, the rain flooded our happiness, and the clouds clouded our train of thought to the point we cannot think clearly.

Sometimes we find ourselves headed down a one-way street; sooner or later we going to have to make a decision to turn left or right. We need to take the right steps, and use the advantage of the clouds so we can see clearly because the sun can be too bright and hinder our ability to see. That is when we have to step back and reevaluate our life and under- standing the meaning of No Cross No Crown.

About the Author

Charlena Jackson’s positive attitude has encouraged many people to pray, keep the faith, and always turn the negative into the positive. Charlena earned her Bachelors in Biology, her first Masters in Sport Health Science, her second Masters in Healthcare Administration, and she is currently working on her PhD in Healthcare Administration. Charlena is a much loved inspirational speaker. Charlena and her three children reside in Atlanta, Georgia, where Charlena is a professor at a university in Georgia.

Thank you kindly for your time,

Charlena Jackson

message 8: by Charlena (new)

Charlena Jackson (cjacks1124) | 3 comments The Path of the Chosen one!! What an eye catcher! I am going to purchase your book! The title alone is powerful!


S. wrote: "Hi Kitiera and everyone,

Here is my fantasy novel:

I'm looking for other exchanges too, feel free to contact me!"

message 9: by Sam (new)

Sam Austin (samaustin) | 2 comments Hi, let me know if you're interested in reading / reviewing any of my books. I've got shorts in paranormal and horror genres. Truth Seeker is a crime / thriller novel with a hint of the paranormal. Damsel Knight: Part One is an epic fantasy with a gender questioning main character (a designated girl in a society with strict gender rules who wants to be a dragon slayer). It's 136 thousand words in total, but the first part can be read for free over on smashwords ( Or ask for the pdf of the first part or all of it. Or if you're in the mood for humor Moon Madness: Crystal Wolves is the first book in my Crystal Wolves series. The main character gets way in over his head as usual, and since he's a human living in a pack of werewolves it ends spectacularly badly. That book is also free over on smashwords (

All my books can also be seen on my author page on amazon, and most of them are on my goodreads page too.

message 10: by M.L. (new)

M.L. Shanahan (mlshanahan) | 5 comments Hi Kitiera, I am willing to give you a free copy of my novel, a crime thriller set in New York City in exchange for a review.

Feel free to message me on GR.

More information about my novel is here on my FB page:

Synopsis of my novel:

And in a city like New York you can be anyone; Kasey Matthews knows this. A freshman at NYU, she is struggling to adjust to college life while hiding her deeply troubled past.

Why did she run away from her small home town?

As Kasey rebuilds her life, a serial killer is striking at the core of The Big Apple, terrifying citizens of the city that never sleeps.

Who is killing all the suited-up men?

Detective Vincent Gunn has landed the biggest case of his career. Catching the killer is not an option; it’s a matter of life or death.

Can the NYPD and FBI bring this brutal murderer to justice?

New friends, new job, new life, new love… old nightmares. Can
Kasey survive this, or will her new world in New York implode?

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