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Did You have Imaginary Friends as a child? #FridayReads

I’ll be giving away two copies of the Imaginary Friends’ ebook randomly to two commenters on this post in order to support my friend Melanie, who’s been a joy to talk to and write with, along the years. So please leave your comments, interact, chat with Melanie and each other!

As part of my pledge in my A to Z Reflections post, I’m again featuring Bloggers I Recommend Visiting. I also spoke of Supporting Indie authors, so in that spirit, I’ll put my money where my mouth is, so this time, I’ll be buying and then gifting books by Indie authors to all my three recommended blog friends. (I hope to do this gifting on the 3rd Friday of each month, and more, if my book budget allows it! )

Do Books and E-books Co-exist in Your Life?

Since I read a few books in different genres at any given time, I can read paper books from the library at home, and carry the others in my e-devices. The library in Singapore is one of the best in the world, I think, in terms of service, and the stock and availability of the books it carries– so I’ll never stop reading paper books till it carries them. I can’t remember the last time I bought a paper book though.

Zombie Candy by Frederick Lee Brooke #atozchallenge

And we’ve reached the end of the A to Z April Blogging Challenge 2013 ! What did you think of it? Did it benefit your blog? Are you completely wiped out? Did you post every single day required? I’m co-hosting the challenge on Amlokiblogs, so drop me a comment there if you have something to say about the challenge itself.

On this blog, I’ve been featuring mostly indie-published book excerpts for all of April. I love reading, and supporting author-friends, and this is a good way to do both.

Today, for the last letter, Z, I give you novel of obsessions and humor: Zombie Candy by Frederick Lee Brooke.