TALON, Book 4 – Connected, first chapter – At home After the Ordeal – by Gigi Sedlmayer… — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

 

At home After the Ordeal Mira, after she had carried her daughter into her bed, undressed her, put her pajamas on then tucked her in, sat at the edge of her bed and watched her for a few seconds longer, thinking, My darling, you have proven yourself today. You are as strong as I thought […]

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8 Tips for Hosting Successful Book Club Meeting When No One has Read the Book

 

 

 

Most of the Book Clubs are started with a fair bit of optimism. Host assumes that everyone will read the book and club will have fascinating discussions with the group of readers. But every time the day of ‘book club meeting’ arrives and most of the members have not finished that book and some of them didn’t even open it. Sometimes the host is also unable to finish the book group has decided to read that month. The book club meeting goes without any discussions on the book of the month. As a host or as a member, this might lose your faith in your club.

 

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Book Promo – NEW RELEASE – ‘Undercurrents in Time’, by Pamela Schloesser Canepa… — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

Undercurrents in Time by Pamela Schloesser Canepa is the sequel to Detours in Time, a sci-fi, time travel novel. Blurb: Time travel took Tabitha and Milt to places they could never have imagined. Now they are pulled in very different directions. Tabitha struggles to accept her new identity as a mother while remaining a strong, […]

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