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Comment by Diane Coto 18 hours ago

#bookreview #YA Misplaced by Lee Murray -

Comment by E.J. Stevens 18 hours ago

Join us at E.J.'s blog From the Shadows for a FRACTURED playlist and giveaway!

Fractured Giveaway

The author is giving away a $75 Amazon Gift Card to one lucky winner!

Visit From the Shadows 7/28-8/12/14 to enter. This giveaway is INTERNATIONAL. Giveaway ends August 12, 2014.

Comment by BookGirlR yesterday
BookGirlR is looking forward to October.  Find out why by reading her latest review on BookGirl's BookNook Blog.

Comment by Lori Palle yesterday

It’s time for another Weekend Spotlight where you get a behind the scenes look at a featured book and learn some fun facts about a featured author! Today’s featured book is the young adult fantasyThe Edge of the Woods by Ceinwen Langley! In her guest post, “When Characters Lead the Way,” learn how sometimes characters take control of a story! Then, check out the book as Emma has to decide whether it’s better to run away for her future or fight for it!

Title: The Edge of the Woods
Author: Ceinwen Langley
Genre(s): YA Fantasy
Publishing Date: May 14, 2014


For as long as anyone can remember, young women have vanished into the woods. Believing them to be weak willed and lured by demons, the zealous Mayor enforces rules to protect them: rules that render the village women submissive and silent, or face being ostracised.

Emma’s only hope of a decent life is to be married by her eighteenth birthday, but her quick mouth and low social standing make her a poor prospect. Lonely and afraid, she finds herself dreaming of the woods, and of a mysterious boy who promises freedom and acceptance if she’ll only step across the border into the trees.

With her birthday fast approaching, she has a decision to make: run away from her future, or fight for it.

Comment by Alecia Stone (CBY Book Club) yesterday

Christmas In July Giveaway Hop
July 22nd - 31st

Hosted by I Am A Reader, Not A Writer
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Prize: Book of Choice from The Book Depository or Amazon Gift Card

Enter now!

Comment by Diane Coto on Saturday

#bookreview #mystery Good Morning, Rockaway by Olga Gerolympou -

Comment by Beck Valley Books Blog on Friday

Our Beck Valley Books review of fun romance Chasing Charlie by Kathy Carmichael 'I found myself smiling and chuckling throughout'

How far would you go to make sure your parents lived the life they really wanted? That's the deliberation of Davis, a wannabe cowboy who has always dreamt of owning his own ranch but had to put that all on hold since he had to take over his fathers business when he died. Not only that Davis is the handsome bachelor in town who could have his pick of any lady, happy as he is his mother's isn't. Her only dream is to see her son married, she has even turned down moving to Tokyo with the love of her own life as she cannot leave Davis until he is settled. What is he to do? Davis and his father in law to be, Jim, come up with a plan to find a fiance to show to his mother until she finally agrees to live her own life and be happy.

Charlie is one of the town librarians who Davis regularly sees as he continues to study up on his dream ranch, not his usual type but his mother would like her, although there is something about her..... Charlie encouraged by her roommate to start being more daring in life and take the odd risk accepts to the challenge of being the pretend finance, after all there's no possible chance anything else would happen as she detests cowboys. Simple enough plan, but will it work out the way they planned or will things take a romantic turn?

This was a real quick read, full of fun I found myself smiling and chuckling throughout. I loved the predicaments they found themselves in, their constant teasing of each other and wondering what would happen next in the storyline. As I've mentioned before romance isn't my first choice in reading but this surprised me and I actually found myself loving the read, there is a charm to this pair that seems to take hold of you.

A nice entertaining read that I really enjoyed, looking forward to book 2 and catching up with everyone yeehaw!!

Comment by Shelley Workinger on Friday

Comment by Diane Coto on Friday

Promotion Blast & Giveaway: Just Desserts by Tawdra Kandle -

Comment by Marika on Friday

Book review: Cliff Diver by Carmen Amato


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