Warm weather has finally arrived and it is time to start thinking about what to read as you lounge around the pool, while your kids play in the park, or during your hour-long commute on the transpo. To help you prepare your summer-time TBR list, every Monday for the next few months I will be talking with some really fabulous authors about their latest or upcoming books.
To kick off the first of these interviews, I have Peter Lukes discussing his science-fiction novel Perchance to Dream. This e-book hit the shelves on Friday April 27th, and is published by the Urania Imprint. Continue reading “All About Authors: Writerly Questions with Peter Lukes”
I was at the library looking for something to read and a cover caught my eye… but I didn’t get that book out because I wasn’t into science-fiction. Every so often I would see that book on the shelf near the YA I always got, and finally I decided to give it a try. Continue reading “Book Haul: Acorna series by Anne McCaffrey & Margaret Ball”
Thanks to Jen Armentrout and hannahelt who inspired this meme. They claimed I get excited over the simplest things, so I decided to post something “simple” that I get excited over just to prove that the smallest things really do make you smile :0)
Today’s smile is… Continue reading “Simple Smile Saturday: Author Interviews”
Synopsis: Even though she isn’t exactly happy about being the second Apollyon, Alexandria is beginning to realize that she needs Seth –if only because his presence puts her to sleep. Between the daimon attacks at school, being called before the Council, and the appearance of the Furies, Alex has more than enough trouble in her life to give her nightmares. Alexandria’s life is on the line from enemies both known and unknown, and she discovers just what Aiden is willing do to keep her safe. Continue reading “Book Review: Pure by Jennifer L Armentrout”
“Waiting on Wednesday” is a weekly event that spotlights upcoming releases that we are eagerly anticipating.
I have read the prequel “Daimon“, the debut novel called “Half-Blood“, and I am now reading the second book of “Pure“. It will come as no surprise that I am now awaiting the third book of the Covenant series… Continue reading “Waiting On Wednesday: Deity by Jennifer L Armentrout”
Pure by Jennifer L Armentrout
My quiet-as-a-ninja skill could definitely use some practice.
“It’s pretty easy to understand. Even for you. Or did you wake up on the wrong side of stupid this morning?”
Previous Teasers: Apr-1, Apr-2,
It probably wont come as any surprise to some of you, but I received a very pretty blue flower-bedecked novel in my mail a few weeks ago. I was in the midst of moving these past couple months, so this little treasure has been stuck in a box until now… Continue reading “Book Haul: Pure by Jennifer L Armentrout”
Synopsis: Emily’s life is a mess. Her boyfriend dumps her, her grandfather dies, her best friend is too busy for her, and her family-life is like a soap opera. Then Emily meets Leo, and his life is just as messed-up as her own. Continue reading “Book Review: Emily for Real by Sylvia Gunnery”
“Waiting on Wednesday” is a weekly even that spotlights upcoming releases that we are eagerly anticipating.
It isn’t very often that my mother and myself have the same taste in books and authors, but this is the exception. This author came to my attention when I consistently heard my mother laughing out loud while reading her novels. While she and I normally grab different genres written by this talented author, this is one book we are both wanting to get our hands on: Continue reading “Waiting On Wednesday: Love in a Nutshell by Janet Evanovich”
Emily for Real by Sylvia Gunnery
When I close the front door behind me and gently turn the lock, I’m shivering from the inside out.
“Do you know how to drive this thing?” I snapped the seatbelt on.
“Anyone can drive one of these. It’s not rocket science.”
Previous Teasers:Mar-2, Mar-3, Mar-5, Apr-1