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Monthly Archives: October, 2013

Cover Reveal for Everville: The Rise of Mallory

Everville: The Rise of Mallory written by Roy Huff Expected release date, before Christmas 2013.  Excerpt: Owen had taken The Keeper’s advice to take a break, but it wasn’t easy. He had to force himself to relax after his victory. The events that occurred in The City of Worms were a constant distraction, but spending …

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Ryann and Ryann’s Brother, A Review

I don’t want to bog down all of you with too many posts today, but I told fellow author, Paul Dorset, I would do a review this weekend for his new book, Ryann’s Brother, that just came out! I was fortunate and honored to be one of Paul’s beta readers, for both “Ryann” and “Ryann’s …

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Context, Goals, Following Directions!

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I have been doing beta reads for the past two months for two different authors and have fallen way behind on my blog posts! Yikes! And I was supposed to publish this post on Sunday (Two Sundays ago), but sometimes personal life, i.e. my dad, takes precedence over professional life. I have some goals set for today. …

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A Review of…

I don’t normally give reviews when people contact me asking me to review their books. The only times I give reviews, are for the books that I feature on my blog when I do a shout out for, “Show me your cover” and books that I have picked up on a whim that interest me and …

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An Interview with Alex Billedeaux!

Hi Alex and welcome to Karen’s Different Corners. I hear you have a new book coming out, so we are going to pick your brain and put you on the hot seat. 🙂 Gee, that doesn’t sound very nice, does it. How about I just ask you some questions about your latest novel? Everyone, please …

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Read some great stories and help charity!

As you know, I have been interviewing some of the authors from the short story group, but did you know that all proceeds from the anthologies goes to charity? Yep, it’s true. The authors gave their time and shared short stories to help raise money for various charities. The proceeds from Love is in the …

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