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Cover Reveal: Gate of Air by Resa Nelson

Cover Reveal Time! Check out this awesome cover for the upcoming YA novel Gate of Air by Resa Nelson! Title: Gate of Air Author: Resa Nelson (Dragon Gods, #1) Publication date: July 2017 Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult Frayka must find and convince the dragon gods of the Far East to appease the gods of her Northland heritage. If she fails, her own Northlander gods will destroy all the mortals who

Book Blitz: Butterfly In Amber by Camilla Monk - A Romantic Mystery Novel

Looking for something that is a little bit out of the ordinary to read this summer? Then check out Butterfly in Amber, a Mystery with a dash of romance, by Camilla Monk Don’t forget to enter to the 3 tote bags each containing a hardcover edition of Butterfly in Amber, and a sloth plushie Title: Butterfly in Amber Author: Camilla Monk (Spotless #4) Publication date: May 12th 2017 Genres: Adult,

Guest Post: A Letter From An Author by Kirstin Smith

Guest Post by Kristin Smith: A Letter From an Author   Dear Fabulous Reader, Chances are, you don’t know me. You probably have never heard of me or my books. But I’m sure the cover has intrigued you somewhat, and so here you are, reading a letter from an author you know nothing about, and probably care nothing about. But that’s okay. I’m here to introduce myself. My name is

Book Review: Dead Gone by T.J. Brearton - Mystery/Thriller

I have received an ARC copy of this novel by NetGalley in return for an honest review In order for me to enjoy a thriller or a mystery novel, the book has to have some excitement, some action, or at least psychological tension – all of these were missing from this novel. Dead Gone read more like the report written by the rookie agent Tom, who in his first case

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Strict family values with clearly defined gender roles and restrictions and past transgressions never make a good combination, especially if these family members are stubborn, and downright unable to see anyone else’s side of the story. This is what the main character Arabella in Can’t Stop Loving You by Miranda Liasson has to deal with when Roman comes back into her life unexpectedly. He is the said transgression, and with

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I have been blessed to have received an ARC (Advance Reader Copy) of the following book via NetGalley: Witness by Caroline Mitchel took me by total surprise. Normally, I am not a fan of books who not only switch the point of view in the narrative but also change from third-person to first-person, as well as past and present. This could have made a very  confusing book if Caroline Mitchel would  not