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I'm giving this away for free on Kindle this week from Monday, September 23rd to Friday, September 27th. Please download it, leave a review, and share this status so that other people can do the…Continue

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(Author) Just breathe, Kacey. Ten tiny breaths. Seize them. Feel them. Love them.…Continue

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A couple of questions for bloggers, readers, and authors

We are looking for discussion on a couple of topics over at The Cove:1. What do you wish other book review bloggers would/would not do?2. What characteristics do you admire in your favorite…Continue

Started by Book Cove Reviews Jul 5, 2013.

"The Physics of Immortality" - F. J. Tipler

A brilliant scientific book that unravels sheer brilliant reason to affirm God's existence.  A complex read made simple for the greater part.  I enjoyed it thoroughly, and I admired Tipler's…Continue

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Comment by david stuart ryan on November 1, 2013 at 1:21pm

Announcing the publication of what will come to be seen as the definitive portrayal of the amazing year that was 1967, ‘the summer of love’

Free ebook in exchange for a review.

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 '1967' plots the course of a momentous year.

The year when pop turned into progressive rock and masterpieces from The Beatles and The Rolling Stones provided the soundtrack to what were revolutionary times. The novel by David Stuart Ryan, author of the bestselling 'John Lennon's Secret’, describes the events as they happen month by month, through the non-stop kaleidoscope of the life of Paul Dane, an advertising copywriter, and his circle of friends. If you thought the world of ‘Mad Men’ was strange, the adventures in this volume will only confirm all your wildest suspicions. You live out the exhilarating, unpredictable but always totally engaging events, music and experimentation that stamped themselves on a year, and produced the legendary 'summer of love'.

There has probably never been a time when the women were so willing, the mood music so congenial, the artificial aids to expanded consciousness so freely available. You start to realize as you progress through the heady months of 1967 that everything is evolving at a fantastic speed, a whole year's evolution appears to take place in a month, or less, as the young suddenly and inexplicably begin to seek out their dreams and fantasies, aided and abetted by some of the best music every produced, the tracks that have become an intimate part of our lives and which continue to haunt and fascinate in equal measure.

'1967' takes you behind the scenes to give you an understanding of just what it was like to experience this tsunami of change, of hope and ultimately of changes with profound revolutionary implications that are even today working themselves out as the old ways are rejected, as a counter-revolution runs out of steam and the visions that beguiled a whole generation move into the mainstream.

And yes there is a lot of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll. This is 1967. It is more 50 shades of psychedelic colour than the grey of a postwar world. What a trip you are about to embark upon.

Comment by Irina Shapiro on July 15, 2013 at 10:39am

When a young woman vanishes without a trace from a quaint fishing village on the coast of England only one person knows the truth, but he remains silent allowing the authorities to search for her in vain.

Meanwhile, Valerie Crane finds herself transported to the year 1605. Terrified and confused she turns for help to the Whitfield brothers, who take her in and offer her a home. Both Alexander and Finlay Whitfield fall in love with the mysterious woman who shows up on their doorstep creating a love triangle that threatens to consume them all. Valerie must make her choice, deciding between the brother who will lead her down the path of destruction or one who will give her a love she couldn’t find in her own time.


Comment by Gerald A Simpkins on July 13, 2013 at 6:49am

Hello everyone,

Free download in any format.  'Forever Young The Beginning' is a really different take on the subject of vampires.  A young Scottish seaman is in love with a lady captive who he helped rescue from a band of pirates who attacked his ship.  A storm at sea separates them and only days later by defending a  boy who is being beaten, he is inadvertently propelled into the world of vampires, where he meets Cosette Bouchard, herself a vampire.  Ian McClouds' life becomes one of great conflict as he is torn between two worlds.  Over time his life has become one of great contrasts and surprises, featuring love like he never imagined punctuated by eye-popping fighting and his introduction into the secret world of vampires.

This is a really different take on the subject and you will be drawn in by this unique tale.

Free download at all vendors, any format.

Happy Reading!

Gerald Simpkins

author 'Forever Young' series

Comment by Book Cove Reviews on July 12, 2013 at 10:04pm

Elite (Eagle Elite) By Rachel Van Dyken

(Good Reads) When I won the annual Eagle Elite College Scholarship lottery, I was thrilled. After all, my grandma had just died and I wanted to take care of my aging grandpa -- he couldn't be a farmer in Wyoming forever. And graduating from Eagle Elite meant opportunity.

But I wasn't counting on meeting Nixon.

Nor was I counting on the rules of the Elect.

1. Do not touch The Elect.
2. Do not look at The Elect.
3. Do not speak to The Elect.

And worst of all? Don't discover the secret they hide, because in the end, you may just realize... it's about you.

GREAT book full of suspense/romance/action! Find the full review at

Comment by Deborah Warner on April 14, 2013 at 8:35pm

This is my first published childrens book available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle @ $2.99 and Barnes and Noble.  A short read, only 36 pages. I'm sure you will love it. At a affordable price! Enjoy!

Comment by Dew Pellucid on February 17, 2013 at 12:51pm

For Book Bloggers...

I know you’re bombarded with review requests already, but there’s no rush on this review offer. Thank you!

“Fantasy novel that readers hungry for magic and adventure will gladly devour.” –Kirkus Reviews.

“A riveting pick for middle grade and young adult fans of high adventure, recommended.” –The Midwest Review.

Goodreads 26 Ratings (4.31 average)

Amazon 14 Reviews (4.6 Average)

More Reviews:

If you wish to review “The Sound & The Echoes” on your book blog, you will receive a Kindle or ePub edition. I will be delighted to do an author interview and giveaway as well (sample interviews:

I hope to hear from you soon:

Contact Dew Pellucid

Thank You!

Comment by KB Lever on January 5, 2013 at 11:09am
**THE BIGGEST GIVEAWAY YET!** Here it is! It's no secret that authors need reviews (as well as likes). I have a goal of obtaining 200 reviews in 2 weeks in preparation for my pitch to a few big wig publishers! YIKES! I believe that we can do it! If you help me reach my goal, I'll give away a KINDLE from Best buy! If we fall short of 200, I'll still giveaway a $50.00 giftcard (to your choice Best buy or Amazon) The winner can also elect to get the gift card instead of the KINDLE (in case you already have one).

Drawing will be on Feb. 1st (I will quit sending out PDF's on the 17th but you can still "pay to play" by buying the kindle, nook, paperback and submit a review by the 1st)

Here are the rules!
Email me at to obtain a PDF file of Manipulating the List (or you're welcome to buy it to support me - or Once you've completed reading it - go to AND (must go to both!) and leave an honest review! Once you've left your reviews send me a new email that says 1) your name 2) your reviewer name on the sites. Then keep an eye on to make sure the NOTE (KINDLE GIVEAWAY) has your information to show that you have entered! Winner will be emailed as well. Thanks and Good Luck!

Comment by John Emil Augustine on August 17, 2012 at 7:16pm

The realest romance you will read this fall!

"This rare and honest first-person account looks at 21st century romance, marriage with children, and divorce from a regular guy’s perspective. The colorful and addictive narrative delves deep into spousal abuse, the hopeless place in which a father finds himself during divorce, new beginnings, and his ordeal’s significance in retrospect. John Emil Augustine’s insight throughout, the result of his own tragedy and redemption, is nothing short of eloquence itself written in a very down-to-earth, casual way. This heart-jerking, wisdom-flecked story is a must read for lovers of fiction and non-fiction alike. John Emil Augustine has been a landscaper, musician, English professor, welder, forklift operator, and is the father of four boys. John writes and performs in his spare time. 'Love Seen from Hell' is his first novel."

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Comment by aparajita basu on February 11, 2012 at 9:56am

TOURZ DE CODEX: A Political Thriller - 3 tour hosts needed

Link :-

We are looking for 10 tourz host who can host Harry Deshpande's "The Homegrown". He will only be available for interviews and giveaway during this period and a review of the book from you all.
Tour Schedule:-

18th Feb, 2012 – Allahabad Post

19th Feb, 2012 – Sumana @Books With a Cup of Coffee 

20th Feb, 2012 – Abhishek @Another Author

21st Feb, 2012 – Delia @Wolf Majick Reviews 

22nd Feb, 2012

23rd Feb, 2012

24th Feb, 2012

25th Feb, 2012 – Aparajita @The ‘A’ – Jurnale 

26th Feb, 2012 – Cecilia @Cece reading and writing safari

27th Feb, 2012 – Pragya @Reviewing Shelf


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