Waiting on Wednesday #1 – Broken Promise by Jen Wylie

Waiting on Wednesday #1 – Broken Promise by Jen Wylie

September 17, 2014 Features 0

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we are all eagerly anticipating. This week I am eagerly awaiting several books that will be coming out in the next month. It was so hard to choose just one, but I managed 😉 What book(s) are you patiently (or not so patiently) waiting on?

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Top Ten Authors I Need to Read More Of

Top Ten Authors I Need to Read More Of

September 16, 2014 Features 7

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. This feature was created because they are particularly fond of lists at The Broke and the Bookish. They’d love to share their lists with other bookish folks and would LOVE to see your top ten lists! As would I 😉 The last couple of weeks I’ve missed Top Ten Tuesday and I hate that because these are always so much fun! This week’s topic is “Top Authors I’ve Only Read One Book From But NEED to Read More.” This was a bit challenging for me as… Read more »

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COVER REVEAL – Dust by Sarah Daltry

COVER REVEAL – Dust by Sarah Daltry

September 13, 2014 Features 0

Today I have a special post for you about a book that I’m sure you will love. Originally published as Primordial Dust, the book is getting a new name and new look courtesy of Little Bird Publishing House in the UK. And I must say I love this new cover! Isn’t it gorgeous?! “I was once the type of person who was impressed by starlight; the type of person who would dance beneath glass ceilings and let the world swim in its loveliness. The sky reminds me of the parties we used to throw – parties like the one last night. The… Read more »

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Of River and Raynn – The Catalyst by Rebecca Ethington

Of River and Raynn – The Catalyst by Rebecca Ethington

September 12, 2014 Reviews 4

On Saturday night I received an email from none other than Rebecca Ethington. After I picked myself up off the floor, I read the email. You see, a few weeks ago, said author had a sign-up form on her Facebook page  saying she would be giving away a few advanced reading copies of her new book, Of River and Raynn – The Catalyst. In the email, she stated I was one of the lucky ones to get a copy. So after a bit of incoherency on my part and weird looks from my husband, I downloaded said copy and began reading……… Divider

COVER REVEAL – Brew by David Estes

COVER REVEAL – Brew by David Estes

September 10, 2014 Features 0

Salem’s Revenge strikes without warning or mercy, ravaging the powerless human race under the forces of united gangs of witches, wizards, and warlocks. During the slaughter, Rhett Carter’s foster parents and sister are killed, and his best friend and girlfriend are abducted by a gang of witches calling themselves the Necromancers, who deal in the dark magic of raising the dead. Rhett’s sword-wielding neighbor with a mysterious past saves Rhett from becoming another casualty of the massacre and teaches him the skills he needs to survive in this new world. Rhett is broken, his normal high school life of book… Divider

Meet the Author: Kory M. Shrum

Meet the Author: Kory M. Shrum

September 9, 2014 Interviews 0

Today on the blog I am so excited to have Kory M. Shrum, the author of Dying for a Living and its newly released sequel Dying by the Hour, here to answer a few questions. Lillian: Thank you so much for being here today Kory 😀 Tell me a little about yourself. Kory: My life revolves around books. When I am not reading them, writing them, or looking for them—I’m teaching them 🙂 Lillian: What inspired you to become a writer? Kory: I’ve always loved stories and can remember having a passionate argument with someone regarding the Little Mermaid when I was 5 or so,… Read more »

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Kiss Me Dead by Dale Ibitz

September 8, 2014 Reviews 0

Thank you to the author and Goodreads group David Estes Fans and YA Book Lovers Unite!  for providing a copy of this ebook for review. The views in this review are mine and are in no way affected by receiving a copy of the book. Kiss Me Dead by Dale Ibitz follows two stories that merge into one towards the end of the book about Brooke and Christian. In 1938, Christian Graves is in love with a human, something that is forbidden for his kind. You see he is a reaper for Giltine, meaning he ushers souls to judgment. He wants to… Divider

Saturday Shorts: The Island by Jen Minkman

Saturday Shorts: The Island by Jen Minkman

September 6, 2014 Reviews 4

  Happy Saturday everyone! I hope you are having an amazing day. I know I am, my Vols are playing in just a few short hours and of course the whole family is already decked out in Tennessee orange (#GBO). But that’s not why you’re here is it? Today’s short story is really a novella and is a bit longer than the normal shorts I post, but it fits here. The last couple of weeks I haven’t read a dystopian novel and to be completely honest I needed a fix. I came across Jen Minkman’s novella series The Island. I already owned… Read more »

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The Empress Chronicles by Suzy Vitello

The Empress Chronicles by Suzy Vitello

September 5, 2014 Reviews 1

The Empress Chronicles by Suzy Vitello is an interesting piece of historical fiction, with alternating points of view between Liz in the present and Sisi in 1850s Austria. Liz is a city girl who while her mother is away on business is sent to live with her father on a goat farm. Not only is this cruel, but unbearable to Liz who is OCD and just got out of a psychiatric hospital. Sisi, better known as Empress Elisabeth of Austria, is fifteen and not yet Empress. She is introverted, a daddy’s girl, and still living in her “childish ways” when her… Divider

<i>Distraction</i> by Angela McPherson

Distraction by Angela McPherson

September 4, 2014 Reviews 6

Distraction by Angela McPherson follows the story of Tristan and Elle, two best friends who have been keeping secret their feelings for each other. The story starts with Tristan the football star. He has recently accepted a transfer to Texas Tech to be closer to his fiancĂ© (and Elle). Elle, head over heels in love with Tristan, is just excited that he is coming for a visit. At least she was until he sprung on her his transfer and engagement. Forced to be near each other, Tristan and Elle must confess their feelings or risk losing each other forever. I cannot… Divider

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