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text 2020-08-14 03:37
Release Day - KB Worlds

The first set of books in KB Worlds are LIVE!!!


Inspired by K. Bromberg’s Everyday Heroes standalones, each author wrote their own story to fit in the world. We hope you’ll fall in love with their new stories and characters while revisiting the Malone brothers from mine.



All the books releasing today are FREE in Kindle Unlimited:
LEAD PLAYER by Alex Grayson: https://geni.us/LeadPlyr
NO MERCY by D.M. Davis: https://geni.us/NoMrcy
FIRESTORM by Ellie Masters: https://geni.us/Firestrm
FLAMEOVER by Esther E. Schmidt: https://geni.us/FlmOver
CRUSH by Kelsie Rae: https://geni.us/Crush
TAKEN by M.A. Lee: https://geni.us/TakenEHW
FLASHBACK by Rhian Cahill: https://geni.us/FlashBack
More Everyday Heroes books are coming your way every month. Stay up to date on all the releases here:
Check out the books that inspired the authors! K. Bromberg’s Everyday Heroes standalones are FREE in Kindle Unlimited right now:
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review 2020-03-12 18:25
Freeze Frame - Ellie O'Ryan
For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-Cycle

I came across this book in the Little Free Library near my house and thought it looked like an interesting, quick read. I never really watched the show, but had a vague idea of its premise going in.

This book was well-written. The descriptions were fun, interesting, and really helped the reader visualize what's happening. It is filled with a good amount of detail and I can easily see these shenanigans happening in the show.

The book includes two stories, similar to the layout of an episode of a show. I found both entertaining, especially splitting each story into Phineas and Ferb's adventures and Agent P's missions.

There are also black-and-white stills from the show that have good clarity (unlike so many other books that use blurry pictures) and they really help set the scene and break up the text.

I enjoyed this book more than I thought I would having not watched the show. Great read for young readers that are ready for medium-length chapters.
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review 2019-11-04 15:25
Auschwitz Syndrome
Auschwitz Syndrome - Ellie Midwood
Franz Dahler and Helena Kleinova did not have a typical romance.  Franz is a wounded SS Officer assigned to head up Kanada-the sorting detail for all of the objects taken from the inmates upon arrival to Auschwitz.  Helena is a Czechloslovakian Jew being prepared for the gas chamber.  Before she is taken to the chamber, Helena is pulled from line in order to sing Happy Birthday to an SS Officer.  The Officer, Dahler is enraptured with Helena and arranges for her to be placed in Kanada, saving her life.  As Helena and Franz spend time together, a relationship forms.  Franz also rescues Helena's sister from the gas chambers and Helena eventually cannot imagine her survival without Franz.  Now, in 1947 Franz and Helena are married.  Franz is set to appear in Denazification Court for his crimes at Auschwitz.  Another Auschwitz inmate, Andrej Novák wants Dahler to be fully investigated for his crimes against Helena.  Two America psychiatrists observe the strange couple to figure out if Helena is a victim of abuse or simply a woman in love. 
Stories from the Holocaust are more important now than ever since the world seems to be forgetting the result of hatred towards a group of people.  Helena and Franz' story seems fictional, but is based on the very real story of Helena  Citrónová  and Franz Wunsch.  The timeline of the story goes back and forth between 1947 as Helena testifies to the court in Franz' defense and Helena and Franz' memories of Auschwitz from 1942-1945.  The writing manages to portray an uncertainty of the nature of Franz and Helena's relationship as Andrej, Helena and Franz recall the same events with different emotions and insight.  I was amazed to learn about Kanada, the sorting detail. While I knew of the vast piles of items, I was unaware that the inmates of Auschwitz were made to sort through them.  The description of Kanada and the rest of Auschwitz is detailed with historical accuracy.  While workers in Kanada were typically better fed and kept in better conditions than the rest of the inmates, they were still subject to the torture of Auschwitz and the guilt that the deaths of others kept them alive.  Also highlighted were the many SS Officers who knew what they were doing was wrong and tried to help inmates in their own small ways.  The most valuable lesson of Helena and Franz' story comes from Andrej's character- we must never stop talking about what happened, we must not let people forget the damage that hatred brings.
This book was received for free in return for an honest review.
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review 2019-10-26 09:08
Keyed Up by: Ellie Rice
Keyed Up - Ellie Rice



Love means never having to say you're frustrated. Keyed Up has bit of a bite to it. Rice grabs you at hello with her sassy heroine and her candy hearted hero. Figuring out who holds the keys to what stands to be an epic fall is anybody's guess. Ang and Micah are not what they seem to be, yet far more than any heart can take. By the end of the journey both the author and her fiercely, feisty characters will have you by the heart.

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review 2019-08-26 15:50
Ellie and the Harpmaker - Hazel Prior
This is a lovely book. Ellie, married to a controlling husband, meets Dan, who lives in solitary splendor meticulously carving exquisite harps.
The writing is detailed and engaging. Prior uses words to describe the woods and creatures surrounding the harp barn with great charm. Her characters grow and become clear as the story progresses.
Although she never uses any words to indicate Dan is autistic (or at least on the spectrum), it is readily apparent through her word pictures. She writes with sympathy and tenderness about her characters allowing the reader to see them change and develop with her eyes.
As the tale unfolds danger and fear emerge, but the overriding feeling is always sympathy and gentleness.
A good book for groups interested in music, woodworking, nature, personality development, marriage, autism, forgiveness, family dynamics, and love.
5 of 5 stars


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