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Website Address Changing! Quick Note

Hi all!

Quick note that allromancereads.com has changed. It’s now www.allromancereads.wordpress.com .

Posts here on All Romance Reads may not be as frequent as before. You can either find romance book reviews here or on The Book Review Directory.

Thank you all for your continual readership.

 

 

 

 

 

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Editorial Review – Walking Through Fire

The Book Review Directory

Title: Walking Through Fire

Author: C. J. Bahr

Genre: Romance, Fantasy/Paranormal

The first in a paranormal romance series, Walking Through Fire sets a tone for adventure, mishap, and spicy romance. This book covers Laurel Saville’s story as she visits northern Scotland on the heels of a messy breakup. Her best friend, Beth, has a bed-and-breakfast there which she shares with her husband, Grant, but Laurel’s never had a chance to visit until now.

But her arrival is a bit untimely. She’s come during the Primrose Festival, which is when Simon MacKay’s ghost supposedly returns to her very room. Some say he comes looking for Jacobite gold, the very gold he’d killed his father over, while others claim he doesn’t exist.

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Free Manuscript Critique Comes to AWP Writers Club

A Writer's Path

Hi all!

To let everyone know, free partial manuscript critique is now a benefit of A Writer’s Path Writers Club. Here is the page for the free services, accessed only by active members:

https://ryanlanz.com/writers-club-free-services/

(password protected)

We’re adding new free services all the time. In fact, I just added free query editing, free proposal editing, and free manuscript editing today.

If you’re not a current member, check out our club!

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AWP Writers Club Has Moved! (Also 25% Off)

A Writer's Path

Hi all!

A Writer’s Path Writers Club has moved!

The previous platform I’ve been using has made some changes that I didn’t perceive to be positive to the atmosphere of the club, so I’ve decided to move it here, to this website.

Having it on my own website means that I can have far better influence on the experience and do even more to make it the best club it can be.

If you’ve checked out the Writers Club before, you’ll want to do it again. The scope of services and benefits have been revamped, some areas slimmed and some expanded, all to focus on what matters most. No more long registration and no more credit card on file stuff.

On top of that, the Writers Club is 25% less expensive than it was before.

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Editorial Review – Unveiled Secrets

The Book Review Directory

Title: Unveiled Secrets

Author: Carmen Oprea

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Unveiled Secrets is a story of how Leila Isidro, a thirty-something who struggles with her foster mother’s recent death, grows into a woman who knows where she came from and where she’s going. As such, it’s more of a women’s fiction story than pure romance, though there certainly is romance included as part of the growth.

Leila works for Denis Fraga, a handsome, mysterious man with a reputation for loving and leaving the women in his life, but when he starts pursuing Leila, he tells her this is new, this is different. But Leila struggles to believe him—she had a painful breakup with her fiancé at the altar on their wedding day— and her difficulties increase when she keeps finding Denis with Liz, a beautiful actress and model who seems quite eager to keep him attached to her.

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Something Strange and Deadly – Book Review

The Book Review Directory

Something Strange and Deadly by Susan Dennard
Series: Something Strange and Deadly #1
Rating: 4 stars

Published: July 24th 2012
Goodreads Synopsis:

There’s something strange and deadly loose in Philadelphia. . . .
Eleanor Fitt has a lot to worry about.

Her brother has gone missing, her family has fallen on hard times, and her mother is determined to marry her off to any rich young man who walks by. But this is nothing compared to what she’s just read in the newspaper:
The Dead are rising in Philadelphia.

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