Paperback publication day & my hopes for this story!

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It’s paperback publication day for The Gift, my second psychological thriller which has already been a global e-book No. 1 Bestseller. I’m SO excited for this book to reach a whole new audience.

The Gift is a story based around cellular memory, the concept that the cells of the body can store memories, and if organs are transplanted, these memories could also be transplanted with them. I first stumbled across cellular memory about fifteen years ago and was intrigued with the concept. Although this isn’t scientifically proven, there are an increasing number of doctors and scientists supporting this theory and further research is being carried out.

Endlessly fascinated I’ve spent years researching, reading up on real life cases where recipients have received donor organs, in particular hearts, and inherited some attributes of the donor whether it is a craving for the donor’s favourite food, or, in more extreme cases, speaking a different…

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Louise Jensen – The Gift now available in paperback

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Reblogged from Fabricating Fiction:

It’s paperback publication day for The Gift, my second psychological thriller which has already been a global e-book No. 1 Bestseller. I’m SO excited for this book to reach a whole new audience.

The Gift is a story based around cellular memory, the concept that the cells of the body can store memories, and if organs are transplanted, these memories could also be transplanted with them. I first stumbled across cellular memory about fifteen years ago and was intrigued with the concept. Although this isn’t scientifically proven, there are an increasing number of doctors and scientists supporting this theory and further research is being carried out.

Endlessly fascinated I’ve spent years researching, reading up on real life cases where recipients have received donor organs, in particular hearts, and inherited some attributes of the donor whether it is a craving for the donor’s favourite food, or, in more…

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Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives – Children are our future – Jaye Marie and Anita Dawes

Smorgasbord - Variety is the spice of life

Welcome to not just one but two contributors to the series with Jaye Marie and Anita Dawes and their posts from the archives. More about both these authors later in the post.

It would seem that children are discovering the joys of computing earlier and earlier. I was in my early 30s when I was introduced to one and I only really used it for word processing and loved the freedom it gave me from tipex!  It was a while before I got into the programme side and that was a huge dent in my self-confidence… read on.. I am not alone.

Children are our Future by Jaye Marie and Anita Dawes

Watching the news the other morning, basically trying to discover if there was any respite from all this appalling weather, there was a story about children as young as six and seven in Estonia that were being taught…

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Watching Glass Shatter by James J. Cudney–Book Review and Author Interview

Cathleen Townsend

Watching-Glass-Shatter-Main-FileWatching Glass Shatter is one of the best literary books I’ve read. I often get impatient with lit fic–I typically find it long on character and short on plot. This book fits into that mold, but in this case the characters were compelling enough to hold my interest, and that’s not often the case. If I never read Catcher in the Rye again, it will be too soon.

Specifically, this novel follows the Glass family after the death of its patriarch and the revelation that one of his five sons was secretly adopted into the family. Exposing one secret brings a host of other to life, and each member of the Glass family has to struggle to decide what their future role will be. James Cudney weaves each character’s concerns together skillfully, leaving the reader in a state of high anticipation for the final denouement.

If you are a lover…

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Open Book Blog Hop – November 20th

Stevie Turner, Indie Author.

This week we’ve got to design a crossword.  I did try and embed a crossword on  WordPress, but it wasn’t happening as I don’t think any codes are compatible with my Windows 10.  However, I’ve now managed to embed the crossword on my website, and the link to it is below:

http://www.stevie-turner-author.co.uk/competition 

As I have said on my website, the first one to fill in the crossword or email me the answers to stevie@stevie-turner-author.co.uk TODAY will win a free copy of any one of my ebooks.  All the answers to the clues can be found in my books.

WordPress doesn’t seem to allow me to add any embedded codes anymore, so when any of my fellow blog-hoppers publish their crosswords, you’ll be able to see them by clicking on the links below, just in case you feel like completing another one or even adding your own (if anybody knows why…

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