The Epistles of Jesus by Bayard Hollingsworth (Book Review #871)

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The Epistles of Jesus is a fictional story.  It provides a theoretical approach to the matter of what if we discovered that Jesus had written his teachings down himself and those teachings had turned out to be in contrast to what exists now. Since most of what exists from Jesus is thirty to 40 years after he was gone, the story takes an interesting take on literature, art, and architecture from the period during which Jesus lived, reminiscing things that could have happened.

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Bad Luck Zach by Clifton Kenny (Book Review #870)

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Bad luck Zach is an action-adventure about a young boy who finds himself not belonging to his environment. He is just too different

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The Fairy Tales Grown Up by Konstantina Kalliontzi (Book Review #869)

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The fairy tales grown up is a collection of fictional stories. The tales are based on the fairy tales we were used to reading when we were kids. The author does change a few things around but keeps the fantasy nature of the content, to be exact. The stories consist of betrayal, bewitches, match-making, heroes, and more. They all embed messages like being true to yourself or be determined in your conquest.

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Search for the golden serpent by Luciana Cavallaro (Book Review #868)

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Search for the Golden Serpent is a historical fiction fantasy about Evan. He is an architect who is having strange dreams encountering the mysterious Zeus who is attempting to prevent the birth of Christianity. Even not only has to fight for his life, but he also finds himself struggling to deal with the battle between the gods.

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The Trapper by Ellie Douglas (Book Review #867)

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The Trapper is a thriller written about Blake, and Kitty left for dead by their father fighting for their lives and survival. Left in the forest, there are traps, hunters, dangerous and cruel conditions where the kids have to gain courage and rely on their values to physically and emotionally respond to the ordeal.

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Love Is Blood, Love Is Fabric by Mary De La Fuente

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I wrote the poems for Love is Blood, Love is Fabric over the course of seven years. The event that really spurred this book into completion was my divorce, which took place in May 2019. The rush of emotions I felt at that time made me realize I had something to say with my writing. I wanted to write this book for anyone who has ever experienced heartbreak, and anyone going through a tough time. I wanted to give people hope and inspire them to take charge of their lives.

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The Zaragoza Chronicles by A. J. Ayeni (Book Review #908)

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The Zaragoza Chronicles is book 1 of the TZC series. The supernatural, paranormal story begins with MC Femi discovering that he has been accepted to the world’s most prestigious and generous scholarship, the Zaragoza New Beginnings Scholarship.

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Writing the Gift Story by Alex Bernstein

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No one likes staring at a blank page. Fortunately, many writers cultivate all sorts of prompts and tools to conquer that authorial vacuum as much as possible – whether it be leaving the previous day’s writing off on a cliffhanger – or maintaining an endless List of Ideas forever begging to be written.

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The Casting Meeting: A Daydream by Sybil Le Pyrmont

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Remember the good olden days of adolescence? You were alone in your room, headphones on. The Wild Boys blared at tinnitus-inducing volumes. Your mic was a Dr Pepper can (with those few leftover drops that invariably landed in your eye), your audience a mirror framed with yellowed clippings of A-Ha and Andrew McCarthy. Yes, yes, I know, we’re talking a very distant adolescence here. Anyway, that mirror showed you where you knew deep down you belonged: on a glamorously lit stage – aka the high school gym at prom – flooring the Heathers who ignored you all your life and dazzling the handsome-oblivious-misunderstood jock you’ve been secretly worshipping since fifth grade. Oh, and let’s not forget the talent scout from Sony Music who just happens to drop by your small-town prom with a multi-million-dollar contract in his pocket.

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