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Book Feature on Broken Pieces by Rachel Thompson #NewClassicReads with GIVEAWAY

Broken Pieces – Rachel Thompson Synopsis: Welcome to bestselling author Rachel Thompson’s newest work! Vastly different in tone from her previous essay collections A Walk In The Snark and The Mancode: Exposed, BROKEN PIECES is a collection of pieces inspired by life: love, loss, abuse, trust, grief, and ultimately, love again. Site: Twitter: @RachelintheOC […]

Many authors see marketing as a bind. What are your thoughts? Guest Post by Robin L Sanders

At first I saw marketing as more work, which of course can be time consuming, but an excellent strategy to reach your audience. Many authors see marketing as a bind but I see it as an advantage.  Books are like people; we have different ideas, personalities, humor, fashion, language, religion, morals and values.  The entire […]

Guest Post by Liz Schulte author of Secrets (The Guardian Trilogy)

Secrets (The Guardian Trilogy) by Liz Schulte: While Olivia Martin observed life through her camera, the Abyss gazed back at her. She discovers mysterious men follow her around, people close to her are dying, and her dreams are no longer her own as she falls head over heels for a perfect stranger. A chance encounter […]

Except and Giveaway by Tracy Falbe celebrating her new novel New Religion!

Serving Onja makes it right In this passionate epic told from many angles, the young outlaw Amar becomes a dreaded warlord, the terror of kings. His ambitions blind him to the trivial diversions of mere female company until he must block a treaty marriage between two powerful tribes. Confronted by the desperate Princess Demeda, he […]

Stephanie Dorman – Marketing As A Bind – Guest Post and Giveaway

Annalise never thought she’d live to see the apocalypse, but after the 2012 election she finds herself in a world that is falling apart. Riots are occurring everywhere and when her ex-boyfriend Cort texts her with an escape plan, she accepts the invite and follows him to the mountains of Western Maryland. Once they make […]

Interview with Aliefka Bijlsma author of The Consul General’s Wife

Melchior Steenbergen is leading an idyllic life. An elite member of Holland’s diplomatic corps, he is the Consul General in Rio, with a sweeping view of the Ipanema bay from his official residence, and a beautiful wife 20 years his junior. His trustworthy maid, Mercy, who is from Ghana and has followed him everywhere, attends […]

Excerpt and Interview with Adrift in the Sound Author Kate Campbell

Seattle street artist Lizette Karlson tries to pull herself together in 1973 and turns to the Franklin Street Dogs for help. This low-life softball team is a horrifying choice for a fragile spirit like Lizette, who’s only trying to stay warm and make through another rainy night. The Dogs don’t realize that while she’s beautiful, […]

Giveaway, Guest Post and Excerpt from Gilded Wings Author Amy Lignor

Gilded Wings Summary The Beloved Angel-Warrior Team from Until Next Time Returns! When Matt and Emily are sent on their second mission they have no idea how truly dark human nature can become… Emily never wanted to face humans again. With the heartache that went on down below, she’s still trying to figure out how […]

Giveaway and Excerpt from Wastes of Space by Darcy Town

Title: Wastes of Space Author: Darcy Town Genre: Science Fiction Word Count: 142,000 Content Warning: Mature – language, sex, graphic violence, drug use/abuse, prostitution Synopsis: In the early 21st century, the Cold War between the American and Chinese Empires slogs on in a stalemate. There’s a ceasefire in effect, but the peace is artificial—secretly enforced […]

Treasure Maps – Guest Post and Giveaway by Alison DeLuca

Today I welcome Alison DeLuca, author of several steampunk and urban fantasy books. She was born in Arizona and has also lived in Pennsylvania, Illinois, Mexico, Ireland, and Spain. Currently she wrestles words and laundry in New Jersey and will be talking about her Crown Phoenix Series!                 […]

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