Author: Corinne Rodrigues

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Writing With Purpose | Waves Of Murder Book Tour & Giveaway

I’m so glad to host the author of Waves of Murder, C S McDonald here today. I spent most of my adult life as a professional dancer and choreographer. For twenty-six years I was known as “Miss Cindy” the owner and director of Cindy McDonald’s School of Dance. The school was small, and that’s the way I wanted it. I was very busy, but still able to attend my daughter’s activities and I never worked weekends. Throughout those years I made every attempt to touch lives in a positive manner through dance. Hey, not every girl is destined to be

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Sovereignty by Anjenique Hughes

I used to think I knew all the answers; now I no longer even know the questions. – Goro Book Details: Book Title: Sovereignty by Anjenique Hughes Category: YA fiction, 262 pages Genre: Dystopian Publisher: Morgan James Publishing Release date: July 19, 2016 Tour dates: May 15 to June 2, 2017 Content Rating: PG (No F-words, no sexual content, only one kissing scene and mild profanity) Book Description: I used to think I knew all the answers; now I no longer even know the questions. – Goro Under the totalitarian reign of the 23rd century’s world’s government- The Sovereign Regime-

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The Narrator: That Magical Voice that Brings Books to Life |Lauren Carr's ​Audiobook-a-palooza

Today I’m happy to have Lauren Carr guest posting here. The Narrator: That Magical Voice that Brings Books to Life After years of prodding by readers, I finally made the jump to have my mysteries made available in audio. Of course, the first question was, “Where and who would I find to narrate my mystery masterpieces?” One option that I immediately took off the table for the narrator was not me! That left me with only one other option—finding the perfect voice to bring my books to life. Since my first three books had been picked up by a traditional

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In the Light of the Garden

In the Light of the Garden is a novel about unearthed family secrets, the enchantment of past loves, and the indelible power of forgiveness. Inheriting her grandparents’ island estate on Florida’s Gulf coast is a special kind of homecoming for thirty-one-year-old Charity Baxter. Raised by a narcissistic single mother, Charity’s only sense of a loving home comes from childhood summers spent with Gramps and Grandma. But piercing her fondest memories is her sharpest grief—the death of her beloved grandmother, when Charity stopped believing in the magical healing power of the weeping willow that still casts a shadow on their property.

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Thief Of Glory

Thief of Glory Sigmund Brouwer Published by WaterBrook Press 0307446492 (ISBN13: 9780307446497) …A boy coming of age in a time of war …the love that inspires him to survive In the early 1940s, Jeremiah Prins was a 12-year-old living a content life as the son of a school headmaster in the Dutch East Indies (Indonesia). When Holland declared war on the Japanese in 1941, the situation changed swiftly. The Japanese army invaded, and Jeremiah and his family were placed in a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp-a camp Jeremiah takes on the responsibility of caring for his younger siblings when his father and

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Middle South | Guest Post & Giveway

My Inspiration for Writing Middle South I have always loved to escape into a book. I still make time to read every night before I go to bed. Right before I started writing Middle South, I was reading a lot of funny women’s fiction and the movie version of Bridget Jones’ Diary had just come out. I thought, I can do that too! I had the novel brewing in my head for a while. One morning, sitting on my bed in my parents’, I opened up my computer and started writing. I was in graduate school, and I was annoyed

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