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 in paperback now, coming soon to Kindle!
in paperback now, coming soon to Kindle!
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I was lucky enough to be able to sit down with Jenni Frendswith, the may-akda of the new novel Stonecraft, now available on Amazon.com. Her book is a part of a web-hosting program at the homesite of may-akda Fletcher Rhoden (fletcherrhoden.com/links) where there is contact information and a discount code and link. In the interests of full disclosure, my own book nakakita of a Progressive Christian is also on the site.

Q: This is your first book, Jenni. What made you want to write, and why this story?
A: Well, I’ve always been a reader, read just about anything I could find. I guess...
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When she walked into the dull room i did not notice at first. But suddenly a gush of wind blew her sweet and beutiful scent tingling down my throat. Never had i felt such pain and anguish yet the thrill of a new adventure. She clumsily walked over to the upuan opposite me and offered a big smile. This was when i could have killed her, this innocent girl looking at me through the locks of her deep brown hair. Her eyes looked deeply and yet shallowly into mine. This was the moment when i knew i could not ravish her. This was the moment i started to fall in love. The mystery of Love.

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I don't know how many of you have read Harry Potter, but I pag-ibig them. They are such a great idea, terrificly written, and funny. The characters are real and they ilipat you.
Wow, I pretty much just described Twilight didn't I? :) They're both best sellers, they're both being made into movies. They're both blockbuster hits (Twilight most likely).
I think what makes the major difference between these amazing stories is the author.
I won't lie and say I know a lot about J. K. Rowling but I've seen one interview, and it was enough to convinse me that, no matter how good her books are, I hate her....
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