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Middle aged women and millennials are bad combination


Before 2 days I got a message from a guy who is 20 years younger than me. I could literary give him birth. A kid is playing on Instagram and he bragged how milfs sent him messages. MILF's are women in forties who are hot, and hungry for pleasure, accord his words. He thought that he can start this kind of conversation with me. He pretended that he likes my books, even I know he did not read even a magazine. A millennial guy is busy by collecting followers and likes, he has no time for books, because that is boring and old-fashioned.I always had a vision about real man as someone who doesn't spend much time in the virtual world, unless it gives him earnings. Real men are busy by making money ...
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Crabb is on NetGalley

Good evening,My new novel, Crabb, is now on NetGalley and accepting reviews.If you are a book blogger or book reviewer, here is the link:https://www.netgalley.com/widget/213973/redeem/c781c5f2fce2c4a8949b6b8055504118cbd7e75adae8f1e796d382513a32bbd7Thank you,Robert E. Kearns
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If you choose between friendship and your attitude, choose yourself


Sometimes you must choose between your attitude and friendship. As time passes by, you will discover that not everyone is your friend. Even those who supported you before can turn you back if you changed your priorities. People could be jealous if you make some progress.For example, Eve progressed in her career. She did not change, but the people around her did. They had an image of her like she is a barbie doll. Suddenly, she became their competition. She reached some areas where she was not before and her circle changed. Her new friends were ambitious and rich people, and old friends thought about how she became cocky. That was not true. She just did not want to be someone's clown anymore....
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SLIPPERY CURVES BOXSET #STEAMYROMANCE #ADELENILES @nookbooksanmore


Bloggers only Giveaway!Hello Bloggers!!! This is truly been a busy time this year. I wanted to just take up a moment of your time. I know it is valuable. Being a blogger is work! Anyways, we do appreciate you guys way more then we can ever repay. We do want you to know how much we appreciate everything you do for the Indie world! You rock! We would like to thank you for this by offering a giveaway exclusive for bloggers as well. That being said, I wanted to talk to you about Author Adele Niles. Her Complete Boxed set collect Slippery Curves is on sale right now! Slippery Curves Complete Collection Boxed Set will not disappoint you! It is on sale right now for few days only for only $.99!! We...
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Sometimes you need to kick asses


Be good to people and they will fool you. True or not? There is a story about a man who accepted a snake in the house and snake bites him. While he was dying, he asked: "Why did you do this?" "Because I am a snake" she answered. This old legend talks a lot about human nature. You don't need to show your soft heart and gentle manners to everyone, hoping to receive it back. The trouble starts when people remember you as a nice person. You are always available to make someone smile. To do favors. To get up in the middle of the night if your doorbell rings. Now, your boundaries are crossed and you start to ride a broomstick. The witch is here, how so? You had too much on your plate and it is tim...
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Book Review: “Are We Monsters?” by Rollin Miller. ️️️️️

I love a good mystery and good science fiction thrills me. Rollin Miller combines both genres in “Are We Monsters?” This combination appears to be unusual to the casual reader. Yet, if we are honest, science fiction has to have mystery for it to be good. This story is excellent. Nevada Sheriff Tom Wood grounds … Continue reading Book Review: “Are We Monsters?” by Rollin Miller. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ →Original link
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Book Review: “Seraphim” by Leslie Swartz ️️️️️

There is explicit, and then there is shocking. Savonarola would have had a field day thrashing this novel, were it not so creative, imaginative and so very well written. (Clean Spoiler) Wyatt’s hearing voices. He loses his job and eventually his wife. The problem is, the voices are real; and Wyatt has no clue about … Continue reading Book Review: “Seraphim” by Leslie Swartz ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ →Original link
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Book Review: “10” by Neha Gopal ️️️️️

I never thought I would be reading and reviewing a novel written by a high school girl from Texas. I fought it all the way. Midway through the book I knew I was right. This kid sounded sophomoric and peripatetic. How dared she use so many big words? I highlighted all of them so I … Continue reading Book Review: “10” by Neha Gopal ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ →Original link
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Book Review: “Undercover Debutante” by Charlotte Laws. ️️️️️

You could knock me over with a feather. Raised in a tough Brooklyn neighborhood; years of competitive martial arts training at black belt level, with a room full of trophies; badass Army infantry officer; four foreign languages; a crack shot with multiple weapons; and a lifetime in the intelligence community…who would have thought I’d be … Continue reading Book Review: “Undercover Debutante” by Charlotte Laws. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ →Original link
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You can't have everything you wish


Some people wish to have everything.  A stable marriage, kids and money. A lot of friends. Successful job. Then it became boring. How to make some fun and fill life with adrenaline, because the routine drain us?Let's find a mistress. She will have an exciting role, but only temporary. Later on, she must disappear because nothing can ruin a peaceful marriage and family connection. Samuel lived a stressful life. He was twice married and got two sons. The second wife doesn't want to talk to him anymore, even he thinks about her and calls her when he gets drunk. He is aware that he ruined a relationship, but he can't help himself. His spirit always needs new challenges. Samuel is one of those wi...
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Book Review: “Per Verse Vengeance” by Joseph Sciuto

Have you ever read a story that made you feel like you could burst; a feeling the author creates on purpose to lower the boom unexpectedly and bring up something horrific? That’s how I felt as I turned each page of “Per Verse Vengeance.” This novel is about one of the most shameful societal perversions: … Continue reading Book Review: “Per Verse Vengeance” by Joseph Sciuto ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ →Original link
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Book Review: “Jack of Diamonds” by Christopher Greyson

I have a dirty little secret. I give out so many Five Stars reviews because I try to read the genres and authors I like. Some authors make it even easier by creating series of my favorite protagonists. Such is the case with Christopher Greyson and his Jack Stratton series. After a while you get to know and love … Continue reading Book Review: “Jack of Diamonds” by Christopher Greyson ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ →Original link
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Book Review: “Life Has a Way” by Dwayne Jenkins.

This is a novel dealing with depression, so well written that the reader may feel drawn into the protagonist’s life. Isn’t that what we look for in a work of fiction? Well, yes. But its realism can touch those suffering from depression, like Earl. So, a word to the wise. Earl Veares life goals have … Continue reading Book Review: “Life Has a Way” by Dwayne Jenkins. →Original link
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Book Review: “The Light in the Sound” by V. G.Anderson. ️️️️️

Refreshingly, this is a hybrid genre novel; slightly beyond the “coming of age” sort, it’s more accurately an “OK, I’m here. Now what?” tale. V.G. Anderson tells the story of a 24 year old finally away from a strict religious environment whose spark of independence lands her a job in a sex toy shop. She … Continue reading Book Review: “The Light in the Sound” by V. G.Anderson. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ →Original link
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How to seduce an alpha man ?


What happens when a man finds a woman who is equal to him? It means she can reply sharply to his demands and she will not obey. Usually, alpha men are not got used to such kind of women, because they prefer gentle ladies who will shut up and smile accord his wishes.Ken and Tina always found a reason for conflict. He was egocentric and believed he knew everything the best. Tina was educated and hot-tempered, she could not allow a man to underestimate her. Even they argued, they attracted each other. Ken learned to give her respect, and Tina learned to stay silent when it is necessary.How to seduce an alpha man?Let him believe that he is the boss.Stay calm. Alpha men don't like hysterical wome...
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Book Review: “The Deserving” by Efren O’Brien ️️️️️

This is a historical novel set in New Mexico, circa 1862. Emile Deschampes, a young New Mexican, escapes an abusive stepfather and joins the Union army at a time when Confederate General Henry Hopkins is trying to add the west to the Confederacy. Local villager Carmen Reyes rescues Emile after the battle of Valverde Ford … Continue reading Book Review: “The Deserving” by Efren O’Brien ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ →Original link
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Book Review: “Rabid” by Kris Rimmer. ️️️️

You want horror? You got horror. I’m not an adept of this genre, mainly because I’ve seen so many real horrific things that the fake stuff doesn’t faze me. Or so I thought. The problem with my immunity to horror is that, at some point, it slips into the fake stuff: the monster coming out … Continue reading Book Review: “Rabid” by Kris Rimmer. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ →Original link
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Book Review: “Less Than Humble Beginnings” by Chelsea Falin ️️️️️

Before I try to explain why I’ve chosen to read a second “coming of age” novel in a week, “Less Than Humble Beginnings” is much more than that. It’s truly a socio-economic statement, but entertaining and interesting as heck. The protagonists are Native Americans, either in a reservation or its fringes. And it is shocking. … Continue reading Book Review: “Less Than Humble Beginnings” by Chelsea Falin ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ →Original link
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Book Review: “Seeri, the Strawberry Lunchkin” by SS Ravula and P Narayanan ️️️️️

This is a charming children’s book, part of a series created to promote healthy eating habits in children, as well as inculcate helpful life lessons. It’s the second book I’ve reviewed in the genre and one that should be taken seriously. First, children to whom parents read are likely to grow into readers. Second, parents … Continue reading Book Review: “Seeri, the Strawberry Lunchkin” by SS Ravula and P Narayanan ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ →Original link
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Book Review: “PMP Exam prep” by Darron Clark ️️️️️

I don’t often review non-fiction because, in most cases, its readership is limited to professionals in the area. That said, I worked extensively with project management and project managers while I was COO of an international affairs consultancy I helped found. In addition, I hold an MS in Management. So, this book attracted my attention. … Continue reading Book Review: “PMP Exam prep” by Darron Clark ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ →Original link
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