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Reading mysteries is one of the favorite thing to do. That and watching them. While not all mysteries in a particular author's series are that great, there are a few that stand out at one time or another. This lens is about a few of those books. So check it out, and maybe you will find a new author at least a new interesting book to read.

This is a great review on the book, "The God of Small Things", by Arundhati Roy. I hope you will take your time in evaluating its usefulness :)
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Have you already written your book and looking for ways to market it?

If you want to know how to sell your e-book then check my Squidoo lens.

This lens is about paid services, but you can find also links to free e-book marketing tips, ideas, offers.
good luck and a lot of sales!
Book reviewing can be a challenge and it can be enjoyable. If you like to write and want to get into reviewing on line, then this lens may help you find some place to do so. If you just enjoy reading reviews so you get some ideas for new reading material, this lens can help you to do that to. With this lens, I hope to give the reader a little insight into what is out there for reading/writing boo
Dr. Seuss books are wonderful for the young and the young at heart who enjoy reading to children. Dr. Seuss was born Theodor Geisel in 1904. An American poet, cartoonist and writer, he was best known as Dr. Seuss and for the children's books he wrote.
Reading is my favorite hobby. I guess I have always been a bit of a bookworm. When some of my friends or relatives wanted to go out, I preferred to stay in with my nose in a book. Of course, part of this time, I was studying in college, but I still preferred reading to other things. So when this lens idea popped up, I decided to share a few of my favorite mystery reading series, with you at Squid
The Anatomist's Wife by Anna Lee Huber is the first book in the Lady Darby Mystery series. Taking place in Scotland in 1830, the Anatomist's Wife tells the story of Lady Kiera Darby a widow who moves into the estate home of her sister Alana and brother in law Phillip.
This is a book review on Paper Flying Dragons. It's a children's activity book that provides instructions on how to create paper flying dragons.
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