Book Review: The Tattoo Thief by Alison Belsham

Book Review: The Tattoo Thief by Alison Belsham

The Tattoo Thief is an extraordinary crime book to read. As the title implies, it’s about a person that steals tattoos; something you don’t read every day, and that is why the case is quite unique.

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For Authors That Want To Self-Publish

For Authors That Want To Self-Publish

When having a special talent, people tend to look at it long-term by making it a profession, whether it be an artist to sell or showcase his work, or a writer that wants recognition through creative writing sites and eventually publishing when they feel ready. The difficulty in getting published, though, is quite hard, and writers that most people might consider the next best author of the year might never see the printed manuscript at all. Not only that, but some writers struggle so much to publish that they end up abandoning the notion altogether.

In the digital age, there have been simple solutions that could rid you – as a writer – of the hassle and that is by self-publishing your work as an e-book.

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Book Review: The Princely Flower by Garry Kilworth

Book Review: The Princely Flower by Garry Kilworth

The Princely Flower is the second book of the Navigator Kings series. It is an exceptional book that gives the readers the wonderful experiences of travellers in the old times. A time where technology was not available, it makes the readers comprehend the struggles the people of that period had to go through in order to communicate with their people while being out to sea.

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