A TWISTED FATE BY KAYLYN DUNN (Book Review #1032)

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A twisted fate is a fantasy story about Evangeline being prophesized to be the most powerful witch and the fate decider of Earth. For this reason, she is a target, and witch hunters or warlocks are after her to use her powers for their advantage. However, when she is kidnapped, things get even more challenging for her.

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The Triumph of the Man Who Acts by Edward Earle Purinton (Book Review #1031)

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The triumph of the man who acts is a self-help book for anyone looking to live a healthier way. It discusses the challenges we face and how we should work. Efficiency is the key, and to reach happiness, one needs to maintain wellness in their body.

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Unveiling by Zel Winter (Book Review #1030)

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Unveiling is book one of the Mythical creature’s series. The story primarily revolves around Dan and Nina’s love. It is filled with fairies, sorcerers, dragons and all things supernatural. I did sometimes think of the Twilight saga, with the whole vampire love. Nina is an immortal human twin and, Dan is an ancient Vampire. Nina believes Dan is his mate, and, slowly Dan begins to feel the same way. The love story becomes a complex dynamic story that intrigues the mind.

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A little chat with Veralyn Keach

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Hey Guys! I’m Veralyn Keach, the writer and author of the new fiction vampire series, “The Scent Of A Man.” I reside in Port St Lucie, Florida and when I’m not writing I’m glued to Netflix or Hulu!

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How our interests develop us as writers by Dennis Scheel

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When we first begin our lives, we slowly start to cultivate hobbies and friendships. Most of us first discover the joy in reading through school. As we experience the delights hidden away in the magic of stories, making our imaginations soar. But different people find the same sort of joy in different activities; such as novels, comics, movies and TV shows, music, or even video games. I did all the above and every activity I partook in helped me cultivate my skills as a writer.

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180⁰ Chord by Chris Leicester (Book Review #1029)

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180⁰ Chord is a mystery crime fiction story. The focus is mainly on Detective Sergeant John Gray, the hero of the police force convicted for murdering his wife out of rage. He is sent to the prison that he is familiar with many of the criminals inside. He put them there. His life and situation are harsh, and they aren’t going to make it easy for him. Gray has to grin and bear it, but things don’t end there.

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AI in your life by Chai the AI Bot (Book Review #1028)

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AI club is introducing seven books about artificial intelligence and its implications, application and concepts to children. The club is owned and run by Nisha Talagala, and the series is a beautiful collection for parents to use as a tool to teach kids about AI.

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The Shiva Syndrome Trilogy by Alan Joshua (Book Review #1027)

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The Shiva syndrome trilogy is three parts of, The Mind of Stefan Dürr, Cosmic Ape and The Interdimensional Nexus into one book. The trilogy is a sci-fi thriller and begins with an experiment studying the human’s mind goes wrong, and suddenly strange things start to happen in Canada, the USA, and Russia.

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Positive Vision by Ken Brandt (Book Review #1026)

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Positive Vision is a biography written about Brandt’s life, adventure and encounters. He presents his outtake on life and entertains the reader with his exciting retelling’s of explorations, jumping from a plane, chasing a criminal in New York, and more. He is honest about his poor eyesight and all the hurdles or possible limitations it could bring; however, what is most delightful about this memoir is that, although Brandt has had six eye operations and was legally blind for many years, he does not consider or portray his visual impairment as a disadvantage and shows us his positive perception in life.

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