Category Archives: Lume Books

Lume Books – Fantastic Christmas #Giveaway @lume_books #booklovers #bookbloggers #bookworms

Lume Books is celebrating the season in style by giving everyone access to 50 of their titles FOR FREE!SERIOUSLY FOLKS! HOW OFTEN DO YOU GET AN OPPORTUNITY LIKE THIS? MERRY CHRISTMAS from LUME BOOKS Here are the three titles I … Continue reading

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“Red Means Run” by Brad Smith – Book Review

I originally reviewed this title on January 2nd, 2012. Back then, I didn’t have many followers so the book didn’t get any attention. I thought that since Lume Books have taken over the Endeavor Press catalog, I would try to … Continue reading

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“A Shape on the Air” by Julia Ibbotson – Book Review

Viv DuLac present day – a university lecturer in medieval studies who has recently been betrayed and swindled by her live-in partner. The stress of the ending of this relationship coupled with the imminent loss of her home create the … Continue reading

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Lume Books – amazing Good Friday Ebook giveaway! @lume_books #kindledeals #ebooks

Lume Books (formerly Endeavor Media) is hosting a spectacular giveaway. Just the thing to cheer you up and keep you occupied while you self-isolate. Today and tomorrow only, you have the opportunity to download any (or all) of fifty of … Continue reading

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“The boy from Zion Street” by Geoffrey Seed – Book Review

An articulate and beautifully rendered story that shows how the sins of the fathers do often profoundly effect subsequent generations.  As Shakespeare once said: “The sins of the father are to be laid upon the children.” Like many historical novels, “The … Continue reading

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“Red means run” by Brad Smith – Book Review

Brad Smith’s latest thriller “Red means run” set in rural upstate New York, exhibits good, sound story-telling and introduces a new and compelling protagonist. The title is from a lyric from “Powderfinger”, an old Neil Young song. The subtitle, ‘a … Continue reading

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