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Have You Noticed This Book?

An amazing story written by an amazing author. If you haven't read it yet, YOU SHOULD. Go on and buy it now. You'll be so glad you did! It's a blog hop and here's the link to find the others participating: DINYB hop

See the book here:

Kelly Walker BlogSpot

Cornerstone by KELLY WALKER




  1. Souls of the Stones .. interesting sub-title to Cornerstone ... cheers Hilary

  2. I really like the cover and title! :D

  3. Hope Kelly finds it!
    Thanks for participating in our blogfest.

  4. Hope she finds her book. I find the cover intriguing.
    Thanks for participating!

  5. 'Souls of the Stones' sounds interesting. I'll check it out on Goodreads.

  6. Aloha,

    Another interesting and well-noticed book:)

    PS...Thanks for stopping by and for the follow (I am having trouble following back - issue on *my* side) but once I figure it out, I'll return the follow favor - if you are interested :)

  7. Talynn,

    Sounds like an interesting book, and the cover is awesome. I really need to find funds for cover work.

  8. i assume you liked it =)
    i will check it out!

  9. What a haunting cover! I'll go check it out.

  10. Creepy cover! Never heard of the book so thanks for introducing it to me despite it's not my type of book.

  11. I love the look on her face. So much quiet emotion. Oh, and you have a very beautiful blog.

  12. I've come across some really neat covers taday.

  13. Jealous. It's so beautiful! And powerful. Love the crown.

  14. Thanks so much for posting this. Sorry I missed it =( That was my daughter's birthday week and I was neck deep in little girls and party planning.


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