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My name is Emily Cannings and for years I have had the biggest opinions and love for books, films, TV shows, comics, games and theatre! I want to spend my days immersed in the cultural world that is presented to me by the amazingly talented people that are part this incredibly imaginative world!

This blog is my appreciation to all those people who have made my life so much better through reading, watching and immersing myself in their work. It also my passion to help people find the films, books, comics, TV shows, games and plays that they will cherish forever.

I would like this blog to be a place for discussion, bringing up issues but also saying positive things about our society, as I think being bubbly and positive is the way to go, in order for us to create the most open and inviting society to people from everywhere.

Mainly, it is just me on a huge geek out! Always feel free to comment and share. I love to know everybody’s thoughts and opinions. Also I love to hear other people’s recommendations.

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  1. Would you be willing to read my autobiography, The Wrong Side of the Room, A Life in Music Theater. It traces my life working as a dancer, editor, pianist, composer, and playwright. As a dancer I’ve worked with Barbra Streisand, Gene Kelly, Michael Bennett, and Dorothy Lamour. My theater pieces have been performed by Tony-Award winners.

    my email address: inormanmathews@gmail.com

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  2. Hi Emily,

    Nice to meet you. I want to share with you my happiness about the publication of my first English children storybook, One Century Friendship. The book will be launched in different e-book platform on 20th Jan 2019.

    I want to share my idea of jump out of the comfort zone among children and hence I wrote this story.

    This time I invite US illustrator Ms Janelle Dimmett to help design the book cover. You can click the website https://www.littlebeanseeds.com to find out more about the book, i.e. the book trailer, book review, preview the prologue and the first chapter, story inspiration etc.

    The book available on Amazon, Readmoo, Smashwords, Lulu, Barnes & Noble, Pubu and Kobo platforms.

    Story Hypnosis:

    In One Century Friendship, Helen and her three friends scamper off from the main campsite towards the ruined cottage. Despite Miss J. Smith’s warnings, Shelly’s persuasive remarks make each of the four friends grow even more curious as they wonder what the house contains. As they near the place, their fear starts rising. A peek through the window is not enough and soon they are inside the house. On the inside, the cottage seems disappointing until things start happening and Mark goes missing. What started as playful fun turns to dread as the remaining three friends notice his absence. Worse still, they are afraid of confiding in Miss J. Smith since they disobeyed her instructions from the start.

    This time story writing is initiated by the idea of “jump out of the comfort zone”, hence, I have set up a page “jump out of comfort zone”, aiming to encourage those who have read my book to share his/her story of jumping out of comfort zone with me. Readers are welcome to send their own story to littlebeanseed@gmail.com and I will share it on the webpage and the blog.

    I also have conducted an author interview with Awesome Gang and Linda’s book bag. For more details, you can visit the below link:

    https://awesomegang.com/beanseeds-little/

    https://lindasbookbag.com/2018/12/24/staying-in-with-little-bean-seeds/

    I want to know if it is possible I can share this book or the idea of “jump out of the comfort zone” with your readers or you will be free to provide a review for my book or provide an author interview in your blog.

    Thanks for your time and feel free to drop me a link if you have anything to share.

    Best wishes,

    Littlebeanseeds

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  3. Hi, Emily,
    Just wondered if you were in the mood to review a YA Portal Fantasy. I lay the blurb down here:
    When seventeen-year-old Jory Pike cannot shake the hellish nightmares of her parent’s deaths, she turns to an old family heirloom, a dream catcher. Even though she’s half blood Chippewa, Jory thinks old Indian lore is so yesterday, but she’s willing to give it a try. However, the dream catcher has had its fill of nightmares from an ancient and violent past. After a sleepover party, and during one of Jory’s most horrific dream episodes, the dream catcher implodes, sucking Jory and her three friends into its own world of trapped nightmares. They’re in an alternate universe—locked inside of an insane web world filled with murders, beasts and thieves. How can they find the center of the web where all good things are allowed to pass? Where is the light of salvation? Are they in hell?

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