I bought the paperback last year but ever since I have my new audiobook app, I mix things up to be able to read faster. I already wanted to post it together with my All Hallows Read giveaway post. This means the giveaway will still be open until 24 hours after posting this review.
Inkitts spamming tactics were a huge turn off for me so that alone turned me away. SwoonReads was nice. Within the first month I had members of the editorial team add the book I had up to their library.
She likes spiders. They don't make her scream. They make her smile.
InStephen King was already among the most successful horror novelists in the world, with a string of bestsellers and hit film adaptations to his name. Thanks to a move to a new home, a perilous roadway, and a dead cat, King dreamed up a book that he once considered too frightening to even publish, and stuck it in a drawer. Here, from its dark inspirations to its unlikely path to publication, are 10 facts about Pet Sematary.
This will be the second title published by Lunchbox Press. Their first title, Listen to the Thunder was successfully funded on Kickstarter. Graveyard Slaughter is comic book anthology that embraces the bloody madness and nostalgia of 80s VHS gore.
Hello again, loyal Kickstarter pledgers! Graveyard Greg here, and I'm publishing another piece of fiction, this time it's my first novel, Welcome to Cappuccinos! Welcome to Cappuccinos is a slice of life novel about Venti, a jackal working as a barista at Cappuccinos.
Kevin J. Anderson has published books, 54 of which have been national or international bestsellers. He has edited numerous anthologies, written comics and games, and the lyrics to two rock CDs.
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The GDPR is made to protect people from scrupleless companies and practices. Not all companies are good citizen Cambridge Analytics comes to mindand as a european I say "Good riddance". For normal companies doing normal things with their data, the effort is mostly documentation and good-willed "try to abide the rules".