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It’s Been Divine!

It’s Been Divine!

To love what you do and feel that it matters – how could anything be more fun? __Katherine Graham Although I only recently discovered the above quote, it expresses my life as a blogger for the past six years. What began as a desire to help get the word out about one debut author took on its own energy, gathering more authors/books every year. A bookcase — standing across the room — is a testament to the fact. The shelves…

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Seize a Daisy….

Seize a Daisy….

To celebrate spring The Divining Wand is seizing more than a few daisies and taking a spring break for the next two weeks. When new posts return on Tuesday, April 3rd, some weeks will feature two days of authors and their books while other weeks will offer readers/visitors the usual three. Why? It’s simply a matter of highlighting spring releases and preparing for the overwhelming arrival of summer reading. In the meantime, seize a daisy and enjoy spring!

The Return of TDW

The Return of TDW

Yes, it’s true. After a vacation break, a slight detour, much reflection and enough lovely emails to convince me that The Divining Wand made a difference and still has an audience, I’ve decided to reopen the site next Tuesday, January 10th. However there will be changes including: 1. A Tuesday – Thursday post schedule and 2. NO presentations/reviews on my part, instead there will be recommendations through book trailers, book excerpts, guest posts, the Q&A’s, and one universal question I’ll…

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Coming Attractions

Coming Attractions

As promised, all the pages on this site soon will be filled to serve their purpose. Some — like Book Presentations — have been created naturally by applicable posts, however please either click on the link, Debuts, or the Debuts Tab and you’ll find a much more specific, ever-changing page. Divided into Debut Novels and New Releases (by already published authors), this page, complete with cover art and publication dates, should be your guide as to coming literary attractions. And,…

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