Tag Archives: supporting and Promoting self publishing Indie Authors

Approaching the Holiday Season Again

Well folks, it is November and we are rapidly approaching that long holiday season. Thanksgiving through New Year. This time of year the blog gets neglected a lot; then in January it takes time to get back into the swing … Continue reading

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No Book Review Today – It’s About Books

Unfortunately I haven’t finished any books for review this week although I seem to have started several and have not found the time to complete reading any of them. Interests occasionally fall in other areas instead. Recently I responded to … Continue reading

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Author Interview: Pres Maxson

Author Interview: Pres Maxson   I want to welcome Pres Maxson here today on Peachy’s Insights. Pres is originally from Riverwoods, IL, got his degree in English from the University of Iowa, and currently lives outside Indianapolis. He just released … Continue reading

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Book Review: Siren Song by Markie Madden

Siren Song (The Undead Unit Book #4) by Markie Madden I’ve read all the previous books in The Undead Unit series. The relationships of the main characters is amazing.  A team that is exceptionally close as you would expect of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Pigeon by Pres Maxson

A delightfully entertaining and outrageously absurd detective story. This is the kind of read that I call “cotton candy” for the brain. It is reminiscent of reading Douglas Adams books.  In serious novels one expects well developed and deep characters, … Continue reading

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Book Review: AAru (The AARU Cycle Book 1) by David Meredith

AARU is an interesting science fiction type of story set in the not too distant future. I don’t want to give any spoilers so suffice it to say the technology to live forever plays a significant role in the unfolding … Continue reading

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Book Review: Illusional Reality by Karina Kantas

Illusional Reality by Karina Kantas I started reading this book last November and had not finished. So began at the beginning again and it became apparent to me why I had quit reading before. The use of an odd configuration … Continue reading

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