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Comment by Robin Leigh Morgan on May 28, 2013 at 4:47pm

The KINDLE VERSION of my 1st YA Paranormal/Time Travel/First Kiss romance novel, “I Kissed a Ghost”  became available on May 12, 2013. 

Remember, if you've got Amazon Prime you can borrow one book a month,

Comment by Richard Lee Byers on May 28, 2013 at 1:10pm

My new blog post is "I got your Star Trek right here." 

Comment by Brandi S. on May 28, 2013 at 9:31am
Darkness & Lies, the first book in the Brotherhood series, in currently FREE for Kindle download.

Explorer Cheyenne Oppenello lives for adventure and has made it her life's work to seek out the world's most notorious myths and legends, and she's determined to make sure that nothing stands in her way. Accompanied by a colorful band of teammates and friends, their most recent hunt has brought them to Iceland where, up on a mountaintop lies a legend so great that, if true, could thrust them into the spotlight making all of their wildest dreams come true. Unfortunately they have no idea that this mission could very well be their last.

Erias is on a mission of his own. And this includes keeping Cheyenne and her teammates from sticking their noses where they don't belong. Part of The Brotherhood, guardians to The Gate, Erias is charged with protecting the world from creatures bent on death and destruction and he will do whatever it takes to ensure they never see the light of day.

Can Cheyenne's determination go up against a fierce man like Erias to get what she wants? Or will Erias prove to be the one adventure she wasn't prepared for?

Comment by Brandi S. on May 28, 2013 at 6:48am

There is still time to sign up! Become a part of JC Valentine's THAT FIRST KISS Release Tour!

Follow the link and fill out the form:

Comment by Brandi S. on May 28, 2013 at 6:33am

Spring Cleaning by Brandi Salazar

Today I have an excerpt up on the blog along with tour dates, hosted by Cherry's Blog Tours and a Giveaway!

Please stop by and tell your friends!

Comment by Joelle Burnette on May 27, 2013 at 9:12pm

I hope you will read today's review of my book Cancer Time Bomb written by Sara Strand at her popular blog, Sara's Organized Chaos. 

"This book is hilarious, sad, terrifying, and completely informative."

Thanks for reading!

Joelle Burnette

Writer, Author & Artist




Art Website:

 "Like" the books' Facebook pages: CancerTimeBomb and TheHanukkahBook

Twitter: @joelleburnette

Comment by Allie Christo on May 27, 2013 at 5:23pm

My blog Little Birdie Books hosts weekly reviews of both YA & Contemporary novels (incl. Dystopia, Romance, Fantasy & Sci-Fi). I also host an exclusive Book Boys feature on Saturdays, where I examine the best boys in Fiction and why they make us swoon!

Do check out my blog and my reviews. I'd love to know what you all think:

Little Birdie Books

Comment by Fuentes on May 27, 2013 at 1:17pm


Entertaining and fun, the story is well written. Perfect to unwind after a hard day.
A romantic game of cat and mouse in full wedding preparative.


Comment by Fuentes on May 27, 2013 at 1:16pm


Super sexy, this erotic novel is boiling hot! Very intriguing and daring too... 
I've immensely enjoyed this story by its eroticism, the way the characters' desires are pictured and the exciting sex scenes. Portia Da Costa writing skills are awesome. Her sex scenes are intense, detailed but absolutely not creepy or vulgar.


Comment by Jamie Sinclair on May 27, 2013 at 9:40am

Hi all,

I've finally started editing the sequel to The 24 Hour Jazz Cafe and as such I've been a bit quiet lately. But thankfully sales have been okay, particularly of my latest crime thriller The Trust. I won't bore you by reposting the blurb, you've seen that before. Suffice to say it's set in the UK Health Service and all the things that happen in the book actually took place in reality. Read the book and then google the events, it's all there. Hope you like it.


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