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Comment by John G. Evans on May 11, 2015 at 2:52pm

For centuries it waited in the darkness...

Until it heard in the void kindred spirits...

Then the trap was set...


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Comment by K D Bloodworth on May 10, 2015 at 6:12pm

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Comment by Mel RJ Smith on May 9, 2015 at 7:05pm
Memoirs of an Ordinary Guy is now FREE on kindle for the next five days, available from Amazon
The paperback version is also available for £6.99, if, like me you like the feel of a book in your hand.
I would also like to offer one lucky reader (chosen at random) to win a SIGNED copy of my book by answering the following question In chapter Seventy Three, The Runaway, I do run away...but where do I go?
Leave me your answer at to be in for a chance to win. Good luck.

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Comment by Emily-Ann Walsh on May 8, 2015 at 6:44pm

Review Update! Let it Bleed

Let It Bleed (Lucy Collins #2)Let It Bleed
By: Francis Yamoah
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

( I received this book free from the Author in exchange for my honest review. )

Let’s start with the truth, shall we.

When I first started reading this book, I didn't like it. It didn’t draw me the way it should have and I felt my eyes wonder. I wasn't reading the words so much as I was thinking, this isn't going to be an easy read. It felt choppy and underdeveloped, like uneven stepping stones.

I'm so glad I stumbled through the opening.

As painful as it was to get through those first few paragraphs, when I did I was hit with a much steadier story and solid foundation. Think of it like walking up to a hard looking house. The walk way is hard to navigate, the steps are sketchy and you're sure you’re going to fall through. But it's all for not when you enter the house and it’s simply put, blinding.

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Comment by Chris Stevenson on May 8, 2015 at 1:27am

From Guerrilla Warfare For Writers:

Self-Publishing on the Rampage

Comment by Amber Bentley on May 6, 2015 at 9:34pm

**Spurs With Bling**
Contributor blog looking for historical and contemporary romance authors to contribute.
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Sounds like they have some really great things planned. You don't have to only write in this genre, but you do have to have something released or soon to be released.
Contact: Amber at

**Operation Casanova**
-There is a giveaway already listed on the facebook page-
Contributor blog looking for historical and contemporary military romance authors to contribute.
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Sounds like they have some really great things planned. You don't have to only write in this genre, but you do have to have something released or soon to be released.
Contact: Abbye at

**Name Not Yet Released**
Contributor blog looking for authors in all genres. You don't have to be published, but you have to be published by the end of 2015 to contribute (I'm sure there are little exceptions made under certain circumstances). The goal of this blog is to be everything for authors. It is preferred that you commit to a one year stay (12 articles at one per month) and it is desirable if you have a theme you'd like to pitch for that year. Promos and sales are also allowed on this blog.
There is no listed blog or facebook page yet.
Want more details?
Contact: Kahleena at

**Feisty Studio Book Promotion**
-There is currently a giveaway for several promo tours-
Book tour company launching in 2016. They are booking for 2016 and later. There is no blog, but one will be accessable soon.
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They are looking for bloggers and authors who wish to be a part of this (and I have a feeling this launch is going to be HUGE).
They are also looking for authors to be a part of their launch weekend for short takeovers on the blog and facebook page.
Need more information? Contact me. (I'm thrilled to have been invited to be in from the start.)
Contact: Nicole at

**Teaser Tuesday**
Want to have snips from your book featured? You need an excerpt and an image. Send it to Abbye and she'll email in return with the date it will appear on her blog. You may take one space or several.
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**Interview Opportunities**
Don't Squat With Your Spurs on will be having a theme for interviews in the coming months. It may be one question or a series of questions. To participate you will have to use that month's featured question(s) and get them sent in well in advance for scheduling. Also, you may include an image.
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Comment by aparajita basu on May 6, 2015 at 1:52am
3 BLOGGERS NEEDED FOR Thriller Blog Tour

Absolutely Book-alicious Tours is hosting a 1 week book tou for: The Last Omen by Steven Nedelton. This tour is scheduled from 21st - 27th May. If you would like to participate in this event, please fill out the form below. Participants will receive everything they need as soon as possible.

Genre - Thriller

Do visit the link, enter your details in the sign-up form.

This occult suspense story is about a possessed woman, a journalist/author trapped by her demon and a soldier of fortune hunting untouchables. The journalist/author, C. Adams, inherits a fortune from his uncle. He is pursuing a successful business woman when he discovers that she is possessed by a demon. She warns him, but the demon turns vicious and the journalist is exposed to blood-freezing occult encounters. In a parallel narrative, a foreign soldier, married to a New York City nurse, and desperately looking for employment in the New York City, turns to bounty hunting the most dangerous untouchables. At one point, the paths of the two men cross. Detective Richter is trying to unscramble the puzzle, but cannot control the events. What happens next, when demons possess the naïve—is up to the reader to discover. 

The partly true-life thriller tale contains horror settings, unrelenting action and true demon encounters. If you never believed in the paranormal, you will after reading this entertaining book.
Tour Schedule:-

21st May 2015 -  Melissa, Around the World in Books
22nd May 2015 - T's Blogging, We Said It
23rd May 2015 -
24th May 2015 -
25th May 2015 -
26th May 2015 - Vaishnavie, My Personal Haven
27th May 2015 - Mahathi, Fantastic Feathers

Comment by Raymond Mathiesen on May 5, 2015 at 6:40pm

Book Review of Backward Compatible: A Geek Love Story by Sara Daltry and Pete Clark

Reviewed by Raymond Mathiesen

4 out of 5 stars


Is there someone for everyone?  Even me?


Time is passing and the Y Generation have now become young adults.  During this social period computers and the Internet have become household items, at least in the Upper and Middle classes.  Online gaming has now become a subculture complete with language, social activities and dress. The word 'geek' has become more a description of an alternate subculture than a derogatory term.  Daltry and Clarke take us on a wacky trip into the world of computer geeks, as they follow the hectic lives of Katie Garretty and George Lindell.  Will this young woman and man come together in a sweet romance, or will they be doomed to remain single forever?  Does being a computer geek mean you can never have self-respect, or can these young people grow in self-confidence?  Will the pair ever battle their way to the end of Fatal Destiny, the game which dominates their young lives? Backward Compatible is a romantic comedy that will entertain those who enjoy reading New Adult or Young Adult fiction.  Backward Compatible (Kindle ed.)



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Comment by Book Buzz on May 5, 2015 at 6:14pm

Contemporary Fiction Novel For Review

A Tale of Two Hotels
By Elizabeth Cooke
Publisher: Abbott Press
Published: March 2015
ISBN: 978-1458218766 (paperback)
ISBN: 978-1458218780 (hardcover)
Pages: 117
Genre: Contemporary Fiction, Urban Fiction

An exciting finale to Elizabeth Cooke’s small hotel series about the Hotel Marcel in Paris is presented in this, the fourth book, “A Tale of Two Hotels.” Following “There’s a Small Hotel,” Secrets of a Small Hotel,” and “The Hotel Next Door,”

 “A Tale of Two Hotels” involves a duel between two hostelries, one simple and diminutive, the other, large and grandiose, side by side on a Parisian avenue. Trouble is compounded when a sheikh’s beautiful daughter sheds her burka.  All manner of mischief ensues. Other passions, adultery, a wedding, even attempted arson,  take place in the City of Light in the month of May, much to the fascination of the narrator, an American widow in her 60s.

For review copies contact:

Marcia Rosen, Publicist
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