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My review of "The Mysterious Howling" by Maryrose Wood. It's a hilarious book!
Series: None, Stand-Alone
Author: Kate Evangelista
# of Pages: 243
Release Date: April 30th 2012 (4/30/2012)
Publisher: Crescent Moon Press
Genre(s): Young Adult Fiction, YA Paranormal, YA Romance, YA Fantasy
Source: Received from Author in exchange for and honest review
When Phoenix is caught between her physical and her emotional attraction, she becomes the keeper of a deadly secret that will rock the foundations of an ancient civilization living beneath Barinkoff Academy. Phoenix doesn’t realize until it is too late that the closer she gets to both Demitri and Luka the more she is plunging them all into a centuries old feud.
Check out the full review by clicking here or clicking on the book cover for TASTE!
While to stop by to read the full review don't forget to enter to win your copy of TASTE by Kate Evangelista!
I'm having a giveaway on my blog! Do you think ya'll might stop by?
1 Signed copy of Twined by A.L. Collins, and a huge amount of swag. There's a free entry! :)
we review all things paranormal: books, movies, comics and conventions. Lot of author and actor interviews and give aways. Just reviewed MIB III!
99 CENTS ON AMAZON UNTIL MIDNIGHT TONIGHT!!!!!
Read what the critics are calling, "Dark, Gritty, Compelling...a harrowingly emotional experience that rings true to the very last word." Doug Kurtz, author of Mosquito
"Seaward not only weaves an exceptionally well-constructed story with wholly credible characters, he offers deeper insights and relates more factual information about the disease of addiction than any other writer to date." -Grady Harp, POETS & ARTISTS magazine
"This book will lead you on a serious rollercoaster ride of emotions. Mr. Seaward discusses in very explicit details the mental, psychological, and physical effects of withdrawal and the various stages of recovery. It is a very difficult book to read, but only because it is so honest and direct and confrontational. It forces the reader to view and accept the world of addiction and recovery. -Ashley L. of THE BOOKWORM JUST ATE Book Reviews
In honor of June being LGBT Pride month, we are sharing some great literature from the LGBT community http://fromthebootheelcottonpatch.blogspot.com/2012/05/lgbt-pride-m...
Due to the low number of entries, I have decided to extend my giveaway. It ends on Sunday, 6/3.
Here's my review of Talented by Sophie Davis:
Today's Virtual Book Event: Author Guest Post by Dina Rae, author of The Last Degree. Dina talks about her novel and conspiracy theories.
Today, 1 June is the birthday of author Jean Stafford (1 June, 1915 – 26 March, 1979. Ms. Stafford was an American short story writer and novelist who was the winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for The Collected Stories of Jean Stafford.
An unfortunately forgotten writer. I read some of her stories a few years back and made a mental not to seek out more. Thanks for the reminder.