Monthly Archives: October 2014

Forensic Psychiatrist Reviews His Name Was Ben

In a private e-mail to me this reviewer, real name changed by the reviewer, wrote that he made a mention about Sara’s brother(with schizophrenia) in the review. He felt he needed to make the statement here as he’s a “psychiatrist … Continue reading

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A reminder of life’s fragile nature and the luck we’ve been given to be alive!

A reminder of life’s fragile nature and the luck we’ve been given to be alive!, October 22, 2014 By TeddyBear Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: His Name was Ben (Kindle Edition) Ms Mahurin is developing quite a reputation … Continue reading

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Miracles happen even if they are only in your mind and heart

I received this from Fran Lewis (her bio at the end of the review) this morning. It’s long, has spoilers, and is an honor to receive from this highly acclaimed woman. I’m deeply grateful for this. His Name Was Ben: … Continue reading

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A Manly Man ~ truly

Originally posted on Chasing Rabbit Holes:
I saw this and had to share….

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His Name Was Ben and Her Name is Paulette Mahurin

My sweet new cyber sister, Lorna, has done (& edited, wink wink) and interview with me and my new book, His Name Was Ben. She, herself, is a great writer, has two books out, and has a blog that’s one … Continue reading

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The Wait is Over! “Never Turn Back” is Never Turning Back!

I love this author’s writing, blogsite, big heart, and now her second book is out and it’s a great read. Have a hop over to her site to check it out.

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His Name Was Ben Amazon Rank: #8 Best Seller Kindle Store

When “What If” Becomes “Why Not”, October 12, 2014 By Christina Hamlett This review is from: His Name was Ben (Paperback) The good news is feeling an instant chemistry with the handsome man sitting next to you in a waiting … Continue reading

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ROTTIE TAZZIE MADE IT TO A READER’S REVIEW

For those of you have been following my blog for a while you know that it was the loss of my 15+ year old rottweiler, one of the great loves of my life, that inspired me to donate all profits … Continue reading

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CANINE ADOPTION RESCUE LEAGUE

Canine Adoption and Rescue League – CARL will benefit from profits of His Name Was Ben. My husband and I have been volunteers with this organization since its inceptions many years ago. It is the largest dog rescue non-profit in … Continue reading

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Thank you J.K. Bevill – Lost Creek Publishing

Kerry Bevill’s blog went silent a few months back but we stayed in touch. He continues to be a wonderfully giving, supportive friend. For all of us who know and appreciate how giving and generous he was in sharing and … Continue reading

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Probes in rich depth a story about living life to the fullest

 All profits going to help save dog’s lives. Life Lessons, October 6, 2014 By Arletta Dawdy “reader and writer” This review is from: His Name was Ben (Kindle Edition) Inspired by real characters, Paulette Mahurin’s HIS NAME WAS BEN probes … Continue reading

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His Name Was Ben (Book Review)

Thank you, Kev, for this great review and posting it to your site. And a special heartfelt thank you for all you do to help indie authors. You’re a gem. ❤

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How often do we read a narrative that cuts so close, we bleed emotionally?

Extraordinary! Poignant! How often do we really get …, October 2, 2014 By Dr. William K. Fox Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: His Name was Ben (Paperback) Extraordinary! Poignant! How often do we really get to see, to … Continue reading

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Smile!

Originally posted on Clowie's Corner:
This Friday, 3rd October, is World Smile Day. The theme is, “Do an act of kindness. Help one person smile!” That sounds like a lovely idea to me! It would be wonderful if every…

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