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Link Feast

Posted by on February 12, 2016

Happy Friday!

Time for another link feast!


Storm Siren by Mary Weber over on Goodreads.

storm siren

Curio by Evangeline Denmark over on Goodreads.


A Time to Speak by Nadine Brandes and interview over at Christian Bookshelf Reviews.


Fertility Pirates by Lynn Donovan and tour over at Laurie’s Thoughts and Reviews.

fertility pirates


Enclave Publishing is giving away an ecopy of every single one of their novels. That’s 50 ebooks! Stop by and check it out!

Publisher Weekly is giving away 11 paperbacks and 1 ebook of the best of the Indie Stars of 2015. Stop by BookLife to enter!


Yummy stuff

Christina Maloney over at Martha, Martha created the ultimate spicy hot cocoa. How could I not share?

Balancing Reality & Dreams

Need some accountability? *raising hand* Ralene Burke is doing a monthly check-in with her goals as well as those who comment. Hop on over and share your goals for February. Keep on keeping on!

Lovely post over at Clare Davidson’s, on remembering icons like Karen Carpenter and Heath Ledger who have left us too soon.: “Each of these people were icons in life. Their deaths shocked their fans, present and future. Hopefully, their deaths are not meaningless. Look to the icons who have left us prematurely and learn from their mistakes. Respect them by not repeating them. You are worth too much to throw your life away. You are special. You are unique. You are amazing.” Head on over to read more.

K. M.  Weiland shares How to Be Healthy (Even If You Live at a Desk). I so needed this. Anyone else? Growing up on a farm, it blows my mind to live in an environment where we need to take time to exercise or purchase gym memberships and such.

When life and books collide

“Darkness is out there. Kids don’t need to be told that; they already know. What they need is to be shown how to identify it, and how to overcome it. And to be shown that they are capable of overcoming it. Books give them a safe place to do that, a place where they can see what it’s like to be the hero so they can build the confidence to become heroes in their own lives. Not heroes down the road—heroes now.”
Read more over at Flame in the Dark.





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J.L Mbewe - Author