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Update: C.J. Leger LeafMarks Librarian

We love to keep you up to date with our accomplishments and expansions, so we are updating the status of C.J Leger’s online presence. As of February 26, C.J. Leger has expanded her online activities to include the titles of:

  • Professional Reader and Book Reviewer on NetGalley
  • LeafMarks Librarian

Currently C.J. Leger can be connected with via the following portals:

C.J. Leger will continue to review books here and on all of her reading networks and bring prepublication reviews, as well as updating the LeafMarks book database and networking with publishers for galleys.

-Katherine Satterthwaite

 

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Feedback for my thriller “The Healer” #amreading

When you melt into your soul, you are able to pour your emotions onto paper in only a way others with the same experience can understand. Its easy to say “I’m speechless”, its harder to search your mind for your soul’s words, and more rewarding. This is the type of author I’ve heard about in Christoph Fischer. Look him up.

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marketing4Here is the transcript from a reader’s group on the Internet where my thriller
THE HEALER was being discussed. I don’t think I’ve ever read something about any of my books that has hit me so hard. I don’t know if I should cry or smile over this amazing comment:

“I’m reading Christoph Fischer’s The Healer right now and it is really powerful. The writing itself is strong but the story – wow. It’s difficult for me to read given that I’m also going through chemotherapy and a host of other things and I’m finding moments where I need to just put it down and think.

I’m barely a third through and already know that this is going to be one of those books that I always remember and think back on. I want to go online to read his other reviews but I’m too afraid to, not wanting to see…

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Current Read: Isabella the Warrior Queen

I read a lot of books, and I always try to bring you a review on whatever it is that I’m reading. Currently I have my eyes set on a book I’ve wanted for a very long time, “Isabella the Warrior Queen” by Kirstin Downey.

Retailing at $35, I’m hoping for this book to be everything I envision; a strong portrayal of a woman who steps into the role of a King and leads the greatest kingdom the world had ever seen.

I wanted to offer a bit of background history on this topic, as many individuals who enjoy reading about history, focus on England, Rome and Egypt. These are all favorite topics of mine, but I have a special place in my heart for Spain in its glory.

Check out the blog soon for my background explanation before I do a review on this book.

© C. J. Leger January 28, 2015

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The Red Fort – Was a Symbol of Ancient Supremacy

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Originally posted on asnappshot:
Endurance The Red Fort was built with red sandstone and has certainly endured over time. Emperor Shah Jahan commissioned the Red Fort in 1638 who was the Monarch of the Mughal. It was completed in 1648 and…