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Updated by Liza Shaw on Apr 11, 2015
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The Reading Head Weekly Roundup #1

Meet the Author: Dylanne Rhea - Reading Head

Tormented Soul Dylanne Rhea The Reading Head Author Interview Welcome all. Today I'm very lucky to interview Dylann Rhea author of Tormented Soul Hi Dylann thank you for agreeing to this interview. Tell us a little about yourself and your background? I'm from a small town in New Jersey where I drink way too ...

Cover Reveal: Trespass

" alt="166_0.218591001427739589_tp_cv_hr" width="290" height="451" />Five men, separated by five thousand years, their destinies bound by one discovery. Somewhere, sometime, the Darkeningstone is waiting. Trespass combines gritty, edgy modern-day action with a thrilling adventure across time. Discovered over 5,000 years ago, the Darkeningstone affects everyone who finds it.

#Review - The Kingdom on the Edge of Reality

intriguing and mildly educational this book makes us really consider if our way of life is better now than that in the middle ages. This is a good mix of modern-day life and beliefs intermingled with that of a couple hundred years ago. I am no historian but I believe the historical references correct.

#Review: The Journeyman (The Commons 1)

Exciting, fast paced story I think is the best way to describe the first book in the Commons series. I enjoyed it because it kept me thinking, what happens to the character, will they make it. I was even shouting warnings at the book, totally scaring my poor cat!

Excerpt: Hard Ride by Opal Carew

Liv never expected to find herself trapped in a dark alley facing a band of rough bikers. And she certainly never expected to see him again. Back in college when they dated, he was heir to his family's business empire-and their fortune. She expected him to become a billionaire.

#Review: Murder at Cirey - Reading Head

Murder at Cirey Cheryl Sawyer Add to Goodreads | Buy from Amazon My Review Although I found this book wasn't my cup of tea, but I have to say the pictures Cheryl paints in her book is impressive. We are swept back into 1700 France, and learn about how people live, the law system as ...