My Review for Pascal Scott’s ‘Hard Fall’

My Review for Pascal Scott’s ‘Hard Fall’

My Review for Pascal Scott’s ‘Hard Fall’
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My Review of Nico J. Genes ‘ADHD: Life is Beautiful

Excellent story! Excellent Review by Lynn Lawler

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Good afternoon Friends and welcome. Thank you for visiting last week for Addison Conley‘s guest blog. If you haven’t read her book, ‘Falling For Love‘, I highly recommend it. Today I am presenting my review for Nico J. Genes‘ ‘ADHD: Life is Beautiful.’ This is a very rich story. It is based on how one woman with the help of her best friend raise her son who has ADHD.

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This story is told from the third person and is from the author’s point of view. Eliza and her son Peter and friends of the author/narrator. The author/narrator writes about how Eliza and Peter’s friendship positively changed her life.

Eliza can be short-tempered and abrupt when she feels uncomfortable. She does off the wall things that no one can explain. At the same time, she has a great heart and is very dedicated and loving…

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Meet Author Nico J. Genes

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Hello Everyone and welcome. It is great to see you. Thank you for stopping by last week for my review for Lyn Garner‘s ‘Choices.’ Today I am having author Nico J. Genes speak with us about her books and other things.

What inspires us?

What motivates us?

What is the reason behind everything we do?

I’m searching for answers constantly and the more I ask myself the more I need to dig dipper. Some things I know now, but others are still an enigma.

I am certain of two things though: I love to travel and I love to write. Are they complementary? YES.IMG_20180709_201330

I am often asked how did I come up with the idea for my first novel, Magnetic Reverie, the first book in  The Reverie series. It was years ago, I was traveling by train from Ljubljana to Zagreb, where I worked at…

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My review for Nico J. Genes’ ‘Magnetic Reverie’

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Good Morning everyone and a warm welcome to you all. I want to thank everyone who participated in my Rafflecoptor, and to congratulate the winners. Special thanks to Stephanie Potos Biedlingmaier and Donna McGuinness for all your efforts.

This morning I’ve had a change of plans and will be instead presenting you my review for Author Nico J. Genes’Magnetic Reverie.’ I had the pleasure of interviewing Nico here on the blog last week. You can click the link below to read it.

Nico J. Genes Interview
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This story takes place in the US and in Slovenia. What I can first say is that I was impressed with the descriptions the author did with her home country. She offers a little history too, I felt like I was visiting a friend there, which was comforting. And the sites were magnificent.

There is a big twist near the beginning…

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#FF Flashback My Review of Breanna Hughes’ ‘Stunted’

Thanks again for sharing your thoughts on this book!
I love all your reviews!!

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Good Afternoon Everyone and welcome. Thank you for stopping by last week for my review for Scarlett Knight‘s, ‘City Spirit, Country Heart.’ Today I am reposting my review for Breanna Hughes‘ ‘Stunted‘. If you love behind the scenes of a movie set, you’re in for a treat. Read on!

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Good afternoon, Friends. Thank you for stopping by last week to read my promo for my book, ‘Awakened by Fate.’ Today I have another treat for you. Author Breanna Hughes has a new book out, ‘Stunted,’ that is doing very well and has been enjoyed by many. I want to share this with you as I too enjoyed it. Let’s meet our main players, Jessie and Elliot.

Jessie is a stunt person for films. She is a tough woman who isn’t afraid of anything, except intimacy. She doesn’t date because she doesn’t…

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