Sunday Update – April 21, 2019

S. J. Pajonas April 21, 2019
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All the things that happened in the week ending April 21, 2019 including progress on my recovery, a big house project complete, and the start of a new book! read more

Book Chat #46 – Carysa Locke, Diana Logan, and Veronica Roth

S. J. Pajonas April 19, 2019
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In this Book Chat, I have some gems by Carysa Locke, Diana Logan, and Veronica Roth! read more

Featuring THE DEAD GIRL’S STILETTOS By Quinn Avery

S. J. Pajonas April 16, 2019
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Check out this witty and fun female sleuth mystery, THE DEAD GIRLS'S STILETTO'S, by Quinn Avery. "Nearly a decade after moving across the country, journalist Bexley Squires returns home when one of Hollywood’s brightest stars makes her an offer she can’t refuse..." read more

It’s Cover Reveal Day! Introducing The New Nogiku Series Covers!

S. J. Pajonas April 12, 2019
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The whole Nogiku Series has gotten an update! This series is feeling fresh and exciting with new covers. Check them out and be sure to download REMOVED for free! read more

Happy 1000th Blog Post!

S. J. Pajonas April 11, 2019
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I'm celebrating the 1000th blog post and giving away some fabulous prizes! read more

Sunday Update – April 7, 2019

S. J. Pajonas April 7, 2019
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All the things that happened in the week ending April 7, 2019 including more of my broken leg, fractured foot, and just a few other things. read more

Featuring THE WOMAN IN THE WHITE KIMONO By Ana Johns

S. J. Pajonas April 3, 2019
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Check out this Japanese historical fiction novel, THE WOMAN IN THE WHITE KIMONO, by Ana Johns. "Oceans and decades apart, two women are inextricably bound by the secrets between them." read more

April 2019 Goals

S. J. Pajonas April 1, 2019
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Setting goals for the month of April 2019 and a look back at how I did with my March goals. read more