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Mom’s Favorite Reads eMagazine April 2019

Download Mom’s Favorite Reads April issue available now for #FREE!

Mom's Favorite Reads

Mom’s Favorite Reads, a magazine for the modern Mom, #1 on the Amazon charts six months running!

Our April magazine, now available to download FREE.

In this issue…

* An exclusive interview with Sunday Times bestselling author Lesley-Ann Jones

* Easter stories and activities

* Recognising Autism Awareness Month

* The Birth of Rock ‘n’ Roll

* Challenging your fears

* And so much more…

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Book Promotion Offer

Promo offer for first-time advertisers on Fussy Librarian.

Mom's Favorite Reads

Authors Would You Like to Reach 175,000 Readers?

Goylake Publishing has teamed-up with the Fussy Librarian and in partnership we are offering you 20% off your first book promotion with the Fussy Librarian. To qualify for this promotion, your book must be either permafree or listed free during a special offer.


In our experience, the Fussy Librarian is the best book promoter in the business. When we promote with him, our free books always reach the top five of Amazon’s genre charts, most often they reach the top three. We promote with the Fussy Librarian every month and will continue to do so into the foreseeable future.

Prices start from as low as $15, minus our special discount of 20%. 

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for full details. And, at the checkout, be sure to enter this code: goylake20 to claim your 20% discount.
Thank you for your interest, and good…

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Mom’s Favorite Reads eMagazine March 2019

Mom’s Favorite Reads March 2019 issue is available for free download on Amazon.

Mom's Favorite Reads

Our #1 ranked magazine, Mom’s Favorite Reads eMagazine March 2019, is now available to download FREE from Amazon!

In this issue:

  • An exclusive interview with Terry Deary, bestselling author of the ‘Horrible Histories’

  • Our new series of travel features, Off the Beaten Track

  • How to start your own small business

  • How to learn a new language

  • The difference between psychology and psychiatry, and so much more…

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Mom’s YouTube Channel

Authors take note of this promotion from The Fussy Librarian and Goylake Publishing.

Mom's Favorite Reads

Mom has her own YouTube channel🙂Visit the channel to view details of our book catalogue and book promotion offer

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Douglas Adams (b. March 11): “I love the whooshing sound of deadlines as they go by.”

I’m currently reading Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency, so this was timely. Reblogging because I love Douglas Adams.


Douglas Adams, born 11 March 1952, died 11 May 2001, was an English writer who is best known as the author of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy series which sold over 15 million copies in his lifetime. It also became a television series, was adapted into several stage plays, comics, a computer game, and a feature film.

Quotes on writing:

  1. I love deadlines. I love the whooshing sound they make as they go by.
  2. I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I intended to be.
  3. I tend not to read or watch Science Fiction, particularly not comedy Science Fiction. The point is that if it’s less good than what I do, there’s no point in reading it, if it’s better than what I do it makes me depressed. If it’s like something I’m intending to write I…

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Don’t miss these bargain books from Goylake Publishing

Goylake Publishing has a huge list of discounted books in mystery, romance, science fiction, historical fiction, and more.

Source: Don’t miss these bargain books from Goylake Publishing

Saving Grace



A new feature on the blog: this article is in association with Mom’s Favorite Reads.

Mom’s Favorite Reads is an international community of readers and authors. Check out their web page above! Today’s author spotlight is on: Hannah Howe

Saving Grace

I expect you have all heard this expression at one time or another; it means “the thing that in some way mitigates all the negative points”. But where does it come from?

It’s actually quite simple to get to the origin of this phrase. But we like things to be a little more challenging. So, we are going to go first to the etymology of the word ‘grace’, and from there to the expression.

If you speak a Romance language, or even if you have just heard the Italian or Spanish words for ‘thank you’, then it may come as no surprise that ‘grace’ derives from Latin

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