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My eBooks are FREE Saturday! By: Julie Arduini

My eBooks are FREE  Saturday! There are writing moments I ask why. Why am I writing when life is pulling me so many directions? Why write if the words are hard to come by? Why write when it is so … Continue reading

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Surrendering Time Series on Sale Monday and Tuesday by Julie Arduini

Although Ohio has seen 90+ temps already (and snow in May,) it is now summer. One of my favorite things to do is watch our daughter swim and have a book on the deck. And now, I want to put … Continue reading

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Addicted to Reading and GIVEAWAY

by Elizabeth Goddard Are you addicted to reading? Looking for that next fix (book)? If you’re like me, when you finish a good book you’re  sad it’s over and wished you hadn’t finished the book, but then again you were … Continue reading

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Poll: ebook readers/iPads/Tablets

I saw this question on Goodreads and thought I’d ask this here: If you have BOTH an ereader (Kindle, Nook, Kobo, etc.) AND a Tablet (iPad, iPad Mini, etc.) or a smarphone, which do you use predominantly for reading ebooks? … Continue reading

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Buying cheap books by Camy Tang

I have a sickness. I can’t stop buying cheap books. I am uncontrollable. If I see a Nook Daily Find or a Kindle Daily Deal, I can’t stop myself from clicking to look at it, and if it’s a book … Continue reading

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How Do You Choose a Book? by Elizabeth Goddard

When you visit your local bookstore and browse the books, what are you looking for? What catches your attention—the author’s name, the cover art, or the back of the book blurb that tells you what the story is about. Then … Continue reading

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Book overload!

I’ve always believed that you can never have too many books. However, with the advent of the electronic reader and the recent ebook explosion, I’ve noticed that while I still have a good number of paper books, my “load” of … Continue reading

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The (Slightly Odd)Traits of a Book Collector by Camy Tang

Camy here. I was reading a book on my Nook the other day, Blue Like Jazz, which we’re going through in the college Bible study my husband and I are leading. After I finished the two chapters I needed to … Continue reading

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Books in a Series: Print, Digital, or Library– Which Format Do You Choose? by Elizabeth Goddard

On my last post I mentioned I’d started reading THE HUNGER GAMES so that I could read it before seeing the movie. I still haven’t seen the movie but I’m hoping to remedy that today. I mentioned, too, that this … Continue reading

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Read a Book: 10 Things That Go Well With a Good Book

I started reading THE HUNGER GAMES because several friends recommended it for the writing. I figured I should read it before seeing the movie because it would be difficult to invest the hours required to read if I already know … Continue reading

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The Phenomenon of Not Downloading Free Ebooks

Camy here! So here’s a weird phenomenon. There were a bunch of free thriller books available on Kindle but I’m not a huge fan of secular thriller because many of them tend to get a little more gristly than I … Continue reading

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Let There Be Apps by Elizabeth Goddard

And God said, “Let there be lights in the expanse of the sky to separate the day from the night, and let them serve as signs to mark seasons and days and years, and let them be lights in the … Continue reading

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Ebook Readers and My Parents by Camy Tang

Camy here! I was talking to my mom the other day about ebook readers, because my aunty has just bought an iPad which she wants to use for two main purposes: to play games and to read books. My aunty … Continue reading

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Giving Kindle Books

Camy here! Did you know that you can give Kindle ebooks to people? All you need to do is enter their email address. The person you’re giving the Kindle ebook to doesn’t even have to own a Kindle! They can … Continue reading

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Weekend Writer: Relevance and the Math Business by Vicki Hinze

WARNING:  This is a no-edit zone…   Relevance and the Math Business © 2011, Vicki Hinze   Most writers aren’t fond of math.  We’re into words.  And yet in our industry many are all about the math.  Math over content … Continue reading

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