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Wander Home by Karen A Wyle
Read about my Review and learn more about her latest release
Reach: a Twin-Bred novel, Volume 2
Book Sale 'A Pirate's Wife' starts May 25th for only 99 cents.
Today you can read some Excerpts from the notorious Pirate Roberto
You can also Vote for my book on 4 Goodreads lists.
Win Jack Absolute by CC Humpreys and read my interview with the author
US only Ends June 2nd
Check out my review on Darkhenge, a children’s book by Catherine Fisher, and enter for a chance to win a copy! Good luck to all who enter, and be sure to check back next week to see who won. :)
Enter on Portraits of M.E.'s Facebook Page! Giveaway ends 05/31.
Paperback Giveaway 2 copies US Bloggers
For fans of The Paris Wife, a sparkling glimpse into the life of Edith Wharton and the scandalous love affair that threatened her closest friendship.They say behind every great man is a woman. Behind Edith Wharton, there was Anna Bahlmann—her governess turned literary secretary, and her mothering, nurturing friend.When at the age of forty-five, Edith falls passionately in love with a dashing younger journalist, Morton Fullerton, and is at last opened to the world of the sensual, it threatens everything certain in her life but especially her abiding friendship with Anna. As Edith’s marriage crumbles and Anna’s disapproval threatens to shatter their lifelong bond, the women must face the fragility at the heart of all friendships.Told through the points of view of both women, The Age of Desire takes us on a vivid journey through Wharton’s early Gilded Age world: Paris with its glamorous literary salons and dark secret cafés, the Whartons’ elegant house in Lenox, Massachusetts, and Henry James’s manse in Rye, England.Edith’s real letters and intimate diary entries are woven throughout the book. The Age of Desire brings to life one of literature’s most beloved writers, whose own story was as complex and nuanced as that of any of the heroines she created.
check out my book review http://homeofabooklover.blogspot.com/2013/05/book-review-revelation...
Read an interview between the author of the Cold Fury series and the main character, Sara Jane Rispoli
win a copy of Flicker & Burn at Safari Poet.
Excerpt and Giveaway for Inspire by Heather Buchine. Stop by Starbucks & Books Obsession and enter to win a copy!
Dark Moon by Maggie Tideswell reviewed on The Chaotic Reader.
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