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- member since January 7, 2007
Morning Mimi, under your blog self promotion i would like to off the group one of my latest ebooks for free. "Angie" is about a young girl coming of age...she finds herself caught up in a web of lies and deceit soon you will find your self cheering for Angie. This is one of what i call a musical interactive ebook. It is something new and different in the way of reading experience, Thru links you will be able to read and listen to the events as they unfold. iIf you use the computer to download you will need to split the screen to cut and paste the links but if you use a reader it works just fine. Go to news and events on my website www.rariospromotions.com thx and enjoy...R.A. Rios
Mimi, I have a question about the BOM discussions. I am planning on reading 14, but probably not until the end of the month (I am travelling the weekend of June 29th and plan to read it during my travels). If I participate in the group discussion in the beginning of July, is that too late to then include the book in our summer challenge?
Let me paint a picture with words:
You are in a forest with the sounds of a flowing brook nearby. A light breeze brings in the scent of pine trees and honeysuckles. You look up and hear a woodpecker on a nearby tree echoing through the woods and it brings a smile. Never having been on this forest path you follow a peculiar trail of roses that starts on the trail and leads off into the deeper woods. It’s a strange place for cultivated roses. One rose after another; they beckon you to follow them. The scent is light and wonderful, sparkles of purple float up from the flowers into the wind and drift off.
“What on Earth?” In a hole in an oak tree you find three small bottles of honey. A single drop of honey on your tongue is so sweet and delicious as if you haven’t eaten in a week.
“That is my honey.” The voice is a big one though not threatening.
You come face to face with the big red dragon. “Oh my.”
You have a nice shelf.
I hope you are reading lots of interesting books.
Dracula: Hearts of Stone is about a suicidal Dracula (he’s a good guy in this trilogy) that must snap out of his funk if he is to help save the world from evil vampires. He's created vampire sheriffs to battle the bad guys but they're being overrun. Piers Anthony (the author) is trying desperately to get him to jump into the battle. It's a tale of vampires, wizards and romance.
Knights of the Dragon is about a dragon that hires knights to help save Leeander and a young boy that the dragon cares about.
Unrealistic or not my writing gives me hope. But with something like 50 000 books published every month it is a little discouraging. I didn’t think there were that many writers.
Hi! Do you have any objections to be promoting a book giveaway contest I am doing on my book blog next week in the Bibliophiles group? I just want to do a single post and let people know about the 20 or so books I have up for grabs in a contest I will be running. I figured I'd ask before doing anything since you're the lead admin in the group.
Hi! There was a new member "Best Books..." post up random things that I couldn't understand how they added to discussions and a member had actually posted they were frustrated with those posts so I deleted them. I can't find somewhere on that person's page to let them know but I figured I'd give you a heads up.
My semester should be a little lighter next semester so I hope I can help again with post up discussion questions. I've tried to be around as much as my schedule permits though. Thanks for being understanding and not kicking me off the admin team. :)
I sent three books on the same day of the announcement via your e-mail address but I don't see them included. Could you check your email to see if it was received? It was sent on 10/14/10 at 5:43pm. The list included the following books with description:
The Canterbury Papers
The Cookbook Collector