The Bookish Ailurophile

 

A gorgeous rock star.
An indecent proposal.
How can a girl resist?


Reading used to be my way to pass time when I'm alone, while my friends and other children in the neighborhood were busy climbing trees, playing hide and seek, or collecting shells on the beach.....until such time that spending time with my nose stuck in a book became more and more part of my life......

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At the heart of the book is a young girl, August, who struggles to overcome some truly awful life experiences, while trying hard not to let the world change her into something she wasn’t meant to be. It’s about a young girl who is determined not to give up and who believes there is something better just around the corner....

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The Bookish Ailurophile

Book Giveaway

I'm giving away 2 paperback copies of Fair Chance by Mitzie Sanchez. Giveaway is open worldwide until 11/27.


I’ve been sitting at my word processor for nearly an hour, alternately squirming in my chair, rubbing the back of my neck and watching the clock, hoping that somehow, some way, the Great God of Mirth will sidle up and whisper to me the secret of writing with humor—so that I can reveal it to you. After all, that’s my topic...... Read more.....

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My name is Andrew Joyce and I write books for a living. I would like to thank Shin for allowing me to be here today to promote my latest, Yellow Hair, which documents the injustices done to the Sioux Nation from their first treaty with the United States in 1805 through Wounded Knee in 1890. Every death, murder, battle, and outrage I write about actually to...

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