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0/10 - I hated this book. Not recommended at all.
1/10 - I'm giving points for bothering to write it, but it's not good at all in my opinion.
2/10 - This book had some redeeming qualities, but I still wanted to toss it on the floor.
3/10 - Could've been worse, but it still didn't capture my attention.
4/10 - It's getting there, but only read this one if you have a lot of time to waste.
5/10 - This book is so-so. I enjoyed parts of it, and disliked other parts.
6/10 - We're getting there. Not the newest groundbreaking novel, but definitely good enough to rent from the library.
7/10 - Great potential here. Not recommended to everyone, but I do advice it to fans of the genre.
8/10 - I absolutely loved this book. You should give it a try as well.
9/10 - Ever know how it feels to read a book you know will rock your world? This one is it!
10/10 - Best book EVER. GO BUY IT NOW.
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Monthly Archives: October 2012
<a href="http://enchantedbooktours.eternalised.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/tourbannerforeverwoman.jpg"> Today author January Bain drops by with a guest post about her writer’s journey, for the Forever Woman Book Tour. Guest Post: A Writer’s Journey My personal journey into the awesome realm of writing truly began for me … Continue reading
Title: Just Remember to Breathe Author: Charles Sheehan-Miles Genre: New Adult Romance Publisher: Cincinnatus Press Publication Date: August 30th 2012 (eBook), November 12th 2012 (paperback) Rating: 8/10 Purchase: Amazon (Kindle) | Amazon (Paperback) | B&N Review copy provided by Enchanted … Continue reading
Title: Intimate Strangers Author: Anne M. Strick Genre: Contemporary Fiction, Romance Publisher: Createspace Published on: January 5th 2011 Rating: 9/10 Purchase: Amazon (Paperback) | Amazon (Kindle) | B&N This wonderful book is the first to focus on one aspect of … Continue reading
We’re celebrating the release day party of The Bone Knife today. The Bone Knife is a YA Fantasy Short Story by author Intisar Khanani, who you can find on Thorn The Novel Website. We’re hosting a giveaway for a $20 … Continue reading
Today is the release day party for “Deliver Us”, a suspenseful mystery novel written by author Santino Reynolds, who blogs on As Write as Reyn. You can NOW purchase your copy of “Deliver Us” or, if you’re feeling rather lucky, … Continue reading
I’m hosting an excerpt from Just Remember to Breathe today. Just Remember to Breathe is a new adult contemporary romance novel due for release on November 12th, 2012. Book Excerpt Ground Rules (Dylan) “I think we need to set some … Continue reading