An excellent initiative. What we want we have to give in return. The world is spinning so fast these days people tend to cut out things that they deem not useful. Encouraging one another will always be useful. You have to be the light that you want to see in the world, right? This blog post is simple, but the results will produce a multitude of good vibes 🙂 Enjoy!
Reblogged from Terry Tyler’s blog
#AugustReviews ~ because every little helps 🙂
August 2016 is Write An Amazon Review Month!
On Monday 25th July, book blogger Rosie Amber wrote this post encouraging readers and writers alike to post a short review on Amazon for any book they’ve read and enjoyed ~ following this up, I’m starting this initiative along with other writer-bloggers including Rosie, Cathy from Between The Lines, Barb Taub, Shelley Wilson and Alison Williams.
The idea is that, during August, everyone who reads this uses their Amazon account to post just one review on one book that they’ve read (but feel free to carry on if you get in the swing!). You don’t even have to have read it recently, it can be any book you’ve read, any time. The book does not have to have been purchased from Amazon, though if it is you get the ‘Verified Purchase’ tag on it…
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As writers we play the infinitely difficult Where’s Wally of reader spotting. But locating those pesky readers is more tortuous than tweezing your granddads nasal hair, and yet, it is THE mos…
A few lines from my new book . . .
‘Good Morning, Beautiful.’ I smiled at his words. This was only the second time that I received a message from him since I began participating in a secret online group. Derick Anthony was different from other guys. He was intelligent, a wordsmith, and stylishly handsome. Most of all, every word I read from him made me want to pleasure myself.
‘Good afternoon.’ Though it was morning for me, Derick lived in the Midwest and there was a two hour time difference between us.
‘How are you, gorgeous?’
‘I’m doing great. How about yourself?’
‘Are you now? What has made you aroused?’
‘Those sexy pics you posted in the group.’
‘Well,thank you, sexy.’
‘What do you have on right now?’
I decided to show him instead of telling him. I took a quick pic of my outfit. Nothing too exciting, but my top definitely showed off my large breasts.
‘I would enjoy seeing those babies set free.’