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Dani and her emotionally distant boyfriend, Christian
Warning: Because of the film I’ve decided to talk about, the following subject matter will be unavoidably uncomfortable and dismal. Second Warning: If you’ve not yet seen Midsommar and you want to see it, well, first of all, get to it 🙂 (it’s free on Amazon Prime), and second, you may encounter some spoilers. Okay, you’ve been warned, onward:
I think it would be remiss to discuss the inception of this post without discussing the context. First of all, I’m writing in the fairly early morning of March 20th, which I’ve already mistaken for March 19th, because at this point we’re all basically quarantining ourselves (to the extent that we haven’t been governmentally mandated to quarantine) and the days are starting to slip assiduously into one another. Second, I, the super-introvert who initially prized herself on her abilities to…
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Another fantastic "Fiction’s Fearless Females" piece! This time by Kalie Zamierowski from Just Dread-Ful! (WARNING SPOILERS)
I'm pleased to share this touching memoir about grief, loss, and ultimately, love! Read on for more details and a chance to win a signed copy of Of Grief, Garlic and Gratitude, by Kris Francoeur and a $20 Amazon gift card!
Now more than ever, people are turning to books for comfort, or are finding they have more free time than normal to read. I say let's give them what they need right now! Books, books and more books!
IT’S ONLY $0.99 TODAY FOR KINDLE!!!!
I have great news for you this morning! Especially for a Monday!
Michael McLellan is running a discount Kindle Countdown promo for In the Shadow of the Hanging Tree from March 13th through March 20th. The price will start at .99 on the 13th and go up every two days until it’s back to the normal $5.99 on the 20th!
If I were you, I’d put this on your calendar, cause it won’t get any better than that!
Grab it HERE on March 13th!
In the Shadow of the Hanging Tree – Historical Fiction
In 1865 a shadow hovers over the nation: the shadow lingers still…
Born into slavery, Henry’s young life is spent working in tobacco drying sheds on Missouri plantations. Freed at the onset of the Civil War, he’s alone, starving, and on the run from Confederate militiamen.
Five years later, Clara Hanfield, the daughter of…
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