H.C Heartland


I am new author, who has recently had her first collection published to print form. I would be very appreciative for any and all interviews I could get. I have a free promotion good until 31 Jan 2014: Go to my books page: http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/388106 if you accept to do this, then please enter code: JK74Q
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  • The Two Bits Club on Jan. 11, 2014
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    This was a great weekend read! I felt like pulling up a chair and playing a game of pit pat with the girls! I look forward to more works by this author.
  • Kat's Design, Jesse's List on Jan. 21, 2014
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    I actually didn't realize this book was listed as 'adult' so it was a little explicit for my taste in parts but very well written. Moira took the emotions that stir from loss of love, and formed a close friendship and then a romance between her main character and Noah. It was interesting to see how it developed and even the reader has a change of heart by the end of the story.
  • Depths of Perception on Feb. 07, 2014
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    C.M Bratton succeeds in creating an aquatic world where the reader feels a sense of understanding despite never having been in such a surreal environment. The reader is moved to cheer for the main character as if it were themselves, a talent leaving one wanting more.
  • The Solomon Rose on Feb. 19, 2014
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    J.J Haile makes me want to live to be old, so l can sit on a front porch and watch the world go by. She writes how I want to be!
  • A Hope & A Prayer on March 05, 2014
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    90% of the 2,000 missing person per day are children. J.J. Haile gives the reader the intensity of emotion that is felt by 3 women who are entrapped in such pain. After reading this book, I was spurred on to do more research. As always J.J. Haile leaves the reader with a sense of hope. Something we all need and must attain to.