Teaser Tuesday: A Moment on the Lips by Kate Hardy

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A Moment on the Lips by Kate Hardy

Her business suit was fine. Professional. But the heels of her shoes were much too high and much too delicate. It was her shoes that gave her away.

Everything seemed to sparkle in his head… The whole word felt as if it had shifted. 

All About Authors: Writerly Questions with Sharon DeVita

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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.

It is the last week of summer, how could the season have flown by so fast! It’s a mystery… just like Sharon DeVita’s comedic tale, The Ditzy Chix. The book is being released in September so keep an eye out at Terpsichore, or check out Sharon’s website here Continue reading “All About Authors: Writerly Questions with Sharon DeVita”

Guest Post: Book Review – The Way We Fall by Megan Crewe

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Synopsis – 16 year old Kaelyn is stuck on an island that use to be home but now is in ruins after a deadly virus takes over. The government has quarantined their island. No one can leave and no one can come back. Those who are healthy have to remain there while their family and friends become sick and die. She joins forces with a formal rival and finds romance in the ruins. Will they all survive? Or will they all continue to die while the rest of the world moves on? Continue reading “Guest Post: Book Review – The Way We Fall by Megan Crewe”

All About Authors: Calling All Authors!

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Pull out your laptop or typewriter or pencil and paper, because it is time to write a novel (or novella)! It has just been announced that Urania Books is making a special editorial call for their imprint. Read the following carefully to find out the details… Continue reading “All About Authors: Calling All Authors!”

Teaser Tuesday: The Way We Fall by Megan Crewe

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The Way We Fall by Megan Crewe

“You learn a lot when you know no one else is going to do things for you.”

“Most people think the scariest thing is knowing that you’re going to die. It’s not. It’s knowing you might have to watch every single person you’ve ever loved – or even liked – waste away while you just stand there.” 

 Previous Teasers: July-2July-5, Aug-1, Aug-2, Aug-3

All About Authors: Writerly Questions with Paul Stansfield

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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.

Today I have Paul Stansfield to talk about his mystery/suspense novels Dead Reckoning and Kaishaku. His first e-book hit the shelves on February 17th and is published by the Melpomene Imprint, while Paul’s second book Kaishaku is coming out on August 24th with Thalia.   Continue reading “All About Authors: Writerly Questions with Paul Stansfield”

Guest Post: Book Review – Divergent by Veronica Roth

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Synopsis:  16 year old Beatrice lives in the new world, in New Chicago. This world is split up into predetermined factions, which she most choose from and live in that faction the rest of her life. The only problem is that she learns that she is an anomaly who does not fit into any one group, and learns that this is dangerous. She also learns that the society that she lives in is not as perfect as it seems. Continue reading “Guest Post: Book Review – Divergent by Veronica Roth”

Teaser Tuesday: Divergent by Veronica Roth

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Divergent by Veronica Roth

“The chasm reminds us that there is a fine line between bravery and idiocy!” 
 
“Statistically speaking…you should have hit the target at least once by now, even by accident…  I think you’re actually defying nature.” 

 Previous Teasers: July-2July-5,

All About Authors: Writerly Questions with Dave Hardy

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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.

There are only three more weeks of summer, but that just means there is still time to have our fantasy vacation, and take along a good book.  Maybe even get a little crazy with Dave Hardy’s Crazy Greta
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Guest Post: Book Review – I Hunt Killers by Barry Lyga

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Synopsis – Jazz is a 17 year old boy who is the son of an infamous Serial Killer. Dear Old Dad was caught 4 years earlier and Jazz is struggling with who he is, who he wants to be and who his Dad wants him to be, which is the next infamous Serial Killer like himself. With the upbringing he had, he can’t decided what he truly is. With Dear Old Dad bring your Child to Work Day was all year around. He knows how Serial Killers work, think and act. He can’t help it, his Dad taught him everything he knew. With bodies piling up in Jazz’s home town, he can’t help but investigate it himself and try to clear his name. The murders are strangely familiar and everyone in town can’t help but look at Jazz. Will Jazz prove it wasn’t him? That he isn’t taking after his Dad? Or will he become the man his Dad wants him to be?

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