21 Dec 2013

Best of 2013 – Top Posts and Books on my Blog

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Here are the ten most popular posts on this blog from 2013 

calculated by views, hits and shares:

1. Free Fall by Amber Lea Easton

2. Every Silver Lining has Its Cloud by Scott Stevens

3. Rise to Power by Uvi Poznansky

4. After Forever Ends by Melodie Ramone

5. Singing Sands by David Chattaway

6. Pebbles by Madhu Kalyan Mattaparthi and Gunjan Vyas 

7. The Last MacKlenna by Katherine Lowry Logan

8. Love is Never Past Tense by Janna Yeshanova  images (14)

9. Red Gone Bad by Lucy Pireel

10. Moscow Dreams by Julia Gousseva

Runners up were

The Dracula Chronicles by Shane O’Neill

Kicker by R. Grey Hoover

A Life to Waste by Andrew Lennon

Switch by Karen Prince

Let me add to this my favourite posts.

My blog is not open to requests and I hardly ever participate in blog tours. Every book featured here is a recommendation, so the following picks are pretty much  ex aequo. 

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Critics Choice Drama:

 Blue Coyote Motel by Dianne Harman

Bridge Ices Before Road by Sienna Rose

Home for Love by Aneesa Price

The Lost Pearl by Lara Zuberi

Portrait of Our Marriage by Martha Emms

September Ends by Hunter S Jones

Shattered Dreams: The Arranged Marriage by Jyotsna Ramani

The Sounds of War: Iraq Attack of Thomas Edington by Thomas Ferreolus

Three Days of Rain by Christine Hughes

A Whisper in the Jungle (A Lion in America 1) by Robert Mwangi


The Citizens by L.M. Smith images (13)

A Lethal Legacy by P.C.Zick

Nature Calls by Bonnie Bernard

ORBS by Nicholas Sansbury Smith

Pawn by Sophie Davis

Send No Angel by J.H. Glaze 

She Found Them by Dab10

Stealing Asia by David Clarkson

 Valley of Thracians by Ellis Shuman

Factual/ ‘Friction’:

The Bridge of Deaths by M.C.V. Egan

Chinese Laundries by John Jung  images (17)

Growing Up Country by Carol Bodensteiner

How was I supposed to Know by Lorna Lee

Murder in the Synagogue by T.V. LoCicero

When I was German by Alan Wynzal


The Almost English Dictionaarony by Aaron David

Barry Island Murders by Andrew Peters  images (15)

Everyone Burns by John Dolan

Fat Chance by Malla Duncan

Fur Ball Fever by Maureen Fisher

The Gordonston Ladies Walking Club by Duncan Whitehead

Hetta Coffey by Jinx Schwartz

Murder and Mayhem at Goose Pimple Junction by Amy Metz

NGLND XPX by Ian Hutson

Nobody Loves  a Bigfoot like a Bigfoot Babe by Phantom Bigfoot

For Young Readers:

The Clay Lion by Amelie Jahn

Constructing Marcus by Danielle DeVor

Journey to Jazzland by Gia Volterra de Saulnier

The Shepherd by Travis Luedke

The Struggle of Me by Chamera Sampson

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Turtle Wish by Murielle Cyr


Against the Tide by John F. Hanley

Daughters of Iraq by Revital Shiri-Horowitz

Ella Hays by Lori Crane

Hattie by Anna Bozena Bowen

Huachuca Woman by Arletta Dawdy

The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap by Paulette Mahurin

The Scarlet Ribbon by Derry O’Dowd

Sliding on the Snow Stone by Andy Szpuk

Unexpected Gifts by S.R. Mallery

Until the Robin walks on Snow by Bernice L. Rocque


Needless to say that I could have added many more books and authors to the list. It has been a busy reading year for me .


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Christoph Fischer was born in Germany in 1970 as the son of a Sudeten-German father and a Bavarian mother. ‘The Luck of The Weissensteiners’ is his first published work. He has written several other novels which are in the later stages of editing and finalisation.
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