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    Ebook Review: Apocalypse, Diary of a Survivor

    by Sabrina Ricci Book Reviews
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    Apocalypse: Diary of a Survivor may be my new favorite book, which means I will now have to read everything author Matt Pike has written or will write. Set in the present day, starting in April 2014, the book follows the life of Australian teenager Jack, just before and after a giant dark comet unexpectedly hits […]

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    An Interview with Khaled Talib, author of Smokescreen

    by Sabrina Ricci Author Interviews
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    Khaled Talib is the author of Smokescreen, a suspense thriller published by Typhoon Media about a journalist being set up as an assassin as part of an evil political plot. Purchase your copy at either Amazon or Smashwords. See below for the official book description: At an ancient café in Cairo, two veteran spies plot a covert mission to resolve — once […]

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    An Interview with Freddie Owens, author of Then Like the Blind Man: Orbie’s Story

    by Sabrina Ricci Author Interviews
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    Freddie Owens is the author of Then Like the Blind Man: Orbie’s Story, a coming-of-age novel about a boy who learns of his family’s dark secrets that has been highly rated by Publisher’s Weekly, Kirkus, The San Francisco Book Review, and Kindle Nation. You can purchase your copy from Amazon here. See below for the official […]

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    An Interview with Nicole Eva Fraser, author of The Hardest Thing in This World

    by Sabrina Ricci Author Interviews
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    Nicole Eva Fraser’s debut novel, The Hardest Thing in This World, is a story about family, mental illness and the search for hope and meaning in the things that hurt. It was published in October 2013, and here is the official description: Sexy, smart-mouthed Melody Sawyer is an underachiever, a home health care nurse with good intentions […]

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    E-Book Review: Blissfire

    by Sabrina Ricci Book Reviews

    I’m excited to announce I’m part of another blog tour and giveaway! This means you can enter a raffle to win a copy of Blissfire (see end of post). Blissfire is a collection of ten short stories, written in a poetic and lyrical way. The author, D.e.e.L., said that he was chasing his own bliss while writing the […]

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    An Interview with Chris Everheart, author of The Delphi Trilogy

    by Sabrina Ricci Author Interviews
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    Chris Everheart is the author of The Delphi Trilogy, a gripping series about a teen and an ancient conspiracy. Here’s his bio: Chris Everheart is a Moonbeam Children’s Book award-winning writer (for graphic novel Recon Academy: Shadow Cell Scam), an award-winning filmmaker, an actor in various independent productions and a former archaeological illustrator at the Maxwell […]

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    An Interview with Schuyler J. Ebersol, author of The Hidden World

    by Sabrina Ricci Author Interviews
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    Author Schuyler J. Ebersol is only in his first year of college, but already he’s a very prolific writer with an incredible story. His first book, The Hidden World: Book One (Age of Tolerance), will be published December 1 of this year. Here’s the official description: Nate Williams was found wandering alone in the woods at the age […]

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    An Interview with J E Henderson, author of the Credara series

    by Sabrina Ricci Author Interviews

    Here’s an interview with fiction author J E Henderson, who is currently hard at work on his series, The Credara Trilogy. Q: Talk about your book, CREDARA: Rise of the Kraylen. A: CREDARA: Rise of the Kraylen is book one of a fantasy fiction series I’m writing called “The Credara Trilogy”. First, a little background: CREDARA is […]

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    E-Book Review and Giveaway: The Emblazoned Red

    by Sabrina Ricci Book Reviews
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    First off, I’m part of a blog tour! And that means that along with my review and an excerpt of the book, you can enter to win a copy of The Emblazoned Red! Enter the raffle at the end of this post. And now for the review… I want to start by saying I really liked […]

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    E-Book Review: Orphans

    by Sabrina Ricci Book Reviews
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    Orphans: Time is Running Out is a fast-paced thriller about vampires and their fight for survival in a world run by humans. Written by Ian Dewar, this story combines interesting historical facts about the cities it takes place in along with other elements in a typical thriller: action and fighting scenes, love interests, and a few […]

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    E-Book Review: One

    by Sabrina Ricci Book Reviews
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    One is the first book of an epic nine book series on gods and god slayers. Ron Glick has created a very rich world, one that involves multiple religions, magic, and complicated relationships between the main characters. This first book revolves mostly around Nathanial Goodsmith, a man born to fulfill a prophecy to help what […]

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    E-Book Review: Golden Biker

    by Sabrina Ricci Action-Adventure
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    The Golden Biker is a tongue-in-cheek book, written by Alexander von Eisenhart Rothe. There is a lot of dark humor, which involves Nazis, drugs, shady characters, and a lot of adventure. Told through multiple points of view, the story is follows (at least) four main characters who, through a series of coincidences, end up traveling […]

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    The 13th Cycle has been published!

    by Sabrina Ricci Books
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    My novella, The 13th Cycle is now available on my website, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and Smashwords. Thank you to everyone who helped me write this book! I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it. Find out more below: “The 13th Cycle” by Sabrina Ricci on Ganxy

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    Book Review: T-Rex by the Tail

    by Sabrina Ricci Book Reviews
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    No, T-rex by the Tail has nothing to do with dinosaurs, and yes, being a dinosaur enthusiast, I did initially make that mistake. But I quickly got over the lack of actual dinosaurs and got sucked in to this story that chronicles a family with four boys and how they grew up under “Jurassic parenting.” […]

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    BookStats, What Happened in the Publishing Industry in 2011

    by Sabrina Ricci Future

    BookStats, the annual survey conducted by BISG that captures the size and scope of the publishing industry, was released today. See the press release below; there are some interesting factoids, particularly for anyone working with ebooks. 

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    Fiction and Neuroscience

    by Sabrina Ricci Musings

    Recent studies show that reading fiction makes people more empathetic and better able to read others. It’s called “theory of the mind.” Read all about the benefits of fiction here.

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    E-Book Review: Married to Murder

    by Sabrina Ricci Books
    E-Book Review Married to Murder by Jennifer Oberth

    “Married to Murder” is a short story by Jennifer Oberth, a crime writer and multiple NaNoWriMo winner. I had the pleasure of “meeting” her through the NaNo forums. Jennifer’s story is about Ella Westin, an informant for a government agency in 1827. The story is written in a unique way—all of the events are written […]

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