Book Review: A Year to Remember by Shelly Bell

Being the first e-published book I’ve read, I was not disappointed with A Year to Remember by Shelly Bell. I didn’t see one typo and the formatting was perfect, but that’s only the technicalities, the story captivated my interest and I couldn’t wait to find out what happened to the protagonist Sara Friedman. Synopsis: When her younger brother marries on her twenty-ninth birthday, Sara Friedman vows to the wedding guests…

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Suspense vs. Thrillers By Stacy Green

Welcome to Writers’ Uni-Verse-City (or WUVC for short because every university has an acronym), a place where writers/bloggers can meet to discuss the craft of writing in the Internet age. WUVC will involve independent research, setting a curriculum and hopefully finding other participants (like you – readers/bloggers/writers) to: chip in, give tips, suggest books and other materials for study, teach me the ways of the warrior writer, and offer to guest post here at…

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‘A Summer in Europe’ Adventure: Brussels, Belgium

It is an honor to welcome Marilyn Brant, award-winning women’s fiction author of “According to Jane” (2009) and “Friday Mornings at Nine” (2010) here to talk about her newest release: “A Summer in Europe” (2011) and her experiences traveling in Brussels, Belgium.  Many thanks to Nicole for inviting me to visit today—it’s wonderful to be here! For the past six weeks, I’ve been celebrating the release of my third women’s fiction…

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Special Guest Announcement and Call for Guest Posts #row80

Big News for Uni-Verse-City!!! I am almost jumping up and down in anticipation to host Marilyn Brant, award-winning women’s fiction author of “According to Jane” (2009), “Friday Mornings at Nine” (2010) and her newest release: “A Summer in Europe” (2011) here at Uni-Verse-City on 9 January 2012. She will be talking about her new book and her experiences in Brussels, Belgium as part of her blog tour for the book.…

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Book Review: One Moment, One Morning by Sarah Rayner

This book, One Moment, One Morning by Sarah Rayner was lent to me by a friend. The first thing I did was read the back cover copy to see what it was about. Immediately the topic of the book would have made me return the book to the shelf had it been one I picked up myself. However, because it was lent to me, I gave it a try. Three…

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