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Comment by iamjenai 6 hours ago

Book Spotlight with Excerpt:

D.C. lawyer, Annie Birch, believes her life is one logical assessment after another. That changes, however, on the day she accidentally teleports during a high-profile negotiation. Knowing her new power must be a side effect after miraculously getting healed by the Incan Mother Earth goddess doesn’t help matters. Annie has already seen how emerging powers like hers also come with psycho villains that are bent on destroying her, as well as the corporeal world.

The icing on the cupcake of her ridiculous day is two gorgeous men who show up on her doorstep, both vying for her attention. Now, her choices involve much more than her oft-neglected libido. Annie is tasked to play a role in the Incan prophecy, which she prefers to watch from the sidelines. Will she stick to her safe, legal path? Or will she defy all logic to experience the decidedly more fun adventures being thrust her way?

To read EXCERPT, click HERE

Comment by iamjenai 6 hours ago

Guest Author:  

Peter G. Pollak

Parents everywhere know the feeling of anxiety when they send their offspring off to college. Is she or he ready to handle a competitive, challenging environment, and what if your child falls under the sway of some charismatic individual or group?

To read more, click here

Comment by Olivia Roach yesterday
Loved the book espionage political YA novel called Dreamstrider by Lindsay Smith! Included is a giveaway and interview with her too!

Comment by Abhinav on Saturday

My review of "Ocean of Cobras" -  a historical fiction based on seventeenth century Mughal kings in India.


Comment by Olivia Roach on Saturday
I've been reading a lot lately and cramming blog posts to keep up! My mini reviews for Coco Caramel by an all time favourite author Cathy Cassidy, and one of 172 Hours on the Moon is up!

Comment by Olivia Roach on Saturday
My latest youtube video is another book review of the sequel to a novel I have read. It's called Revised Orders by Irene Helenowski, all about dimension travelling!

Comment by Elizabeth Silver's Reviews on Friday

Don't miss this fun post about books set in Paris:

Comment by Olivia Roach on Thursday

I loved this book about epilepsy, love and striving for your dreams called This Ordinary Life by Jennifer Walkup. It couldn't have been better! INT giveaway included:

Comment by Sage's Blog Tours on Wednesday


Wanted: Blog Tour Hosts & Book Reviewers for Memoir

hosted by Sage's Blog Tours


We Never Left You
By Beth and Rick Olsen
Genre: Memoir
Review copies available in mobi and PDF, 147 pages

After unspeakable tragedy, one couple must forge their own path to healing in the bittersweet true story, We Never Left You.

One moment, Beth and Rick Olsen were enjoying an ordinary life filled with all the joys and frustrations of raising their two children, Jessica and Joshua. The next moment, a drunk driver plowed through a red light at eighty miles per hour, hitting their van and changing everything.

The death of both their children launched Beth and Rick down a long and winding path toward simple survival—and eventual healing. As shock gave way to the cruel reality of their loss, they began receiving messages that proved the existence of life after death—a welcome sign that aided them in moving forward.

The Olsens soon attempted traditional healing methods but quickly found that counseling did nothing to help them get a grasp on their monumental loss. They then turned to nontraditional approaches—a decision that led them to Peru. It was there they finally began to undergo the immense physical, mental, and emotional changes that allowed them to understand everything—including the accident—happens for a reason.
Interested in joining this tour? Find all the details here


Comment by Olivia Roach on September 29, 2015 at 1:47am
INT giveaway of Marrying Christopher by Michele Paige Holmes plus a nice review here!

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