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I hope this is the place to post this. I have a YA novel I would like to have reviewed for Amazon.com and Goodreads. It is currently available on Kindle from Amazon.com and available for print in the next couple of days - awaiting them to complete final set up with the new cover.
Author: CR HIATT
Number of review copies you are offering - 5 Kindle ebooks, unlimited pdf
Genre: YA action-mystery
Contact information: McSwainandBeck@aol.com; Blaze3258@aol.com
Sydney Marie McSwain and her pal, Cody Beck, team up to take on a secret club called The Devil's Door where members are branded with the tattoo of a devil and call themselves The Privileged Ones.
Sydney Marie McSwain - a tomboy who yearned for a father.
Cody Beck - a wannabe filmmaker, wisenheimer and flirt.
Jaden White - the star who led the high school hockey team to two championships, and was now on the A-list for NHL scouts.
Sydney Marie McSwain loves her mom, Anna - a private investigator in the coastal city where they live - but they had a major issue between them. Anna refused to give Sydney the identity of her father. On the day of her high school graduation, they were battling it out, once again. An hour later, Sydney, Cody and Jaden were at the local café, and watched as Anna was gunned down.
Faced with immediate responsibility, Sydney and Cody agreed to take over the agency, only they changed the name to McSwain & Beck. At the same time, Sydney convinced Sutter Beach Detective, Ace Carter, to help her track down her father.
Out of the blue, a model walked in and hired them to follow her step-brother. While Cody was busy editing a trailer to solicit new clients, Sydney settled into her lemon-yellow pickup to do surveillance, and wound up staking out a secret club called The Devil’s Door whose suspicious members wore the tattoo of a devil.
That same night, Sydney received a call from one of her mom’s former clients, but the client was gunned down at the location where they agreed to meet. The mysterious discovery of a DVD revealed the possibility that teenagers were being abducted, only nobody reported them missing.
On the hunt for the victims, McSwain & Beck were chased by men in ski masks, nearly gunned down by a members of a drug cartel called the outlaws, Sydney’s precious pickup was broken into; then the step-brother they were hired to follow, was found dead and Sydney was the number one suspect.
If things weren’t bad enough already, they had to figure out how to crash a red-carpet Mardi Gras bash being held on a private cruise ship, before it sailed off into the sunset where they just might meet the devil, himself.
Now, the clock was ticking…
And time was running out…
How was she ever going to find her father, now?
Swimming in a sea of Fair Isle sweaters and LL Bean boots, Will discovers a core of resilience in himself that allows him to survive, thrive, and ultimately embrace the flawed and varied worlds he inhabits. Will reconnects with Mother, sinking into a New York City world of Irish bars and one night stands he cannot save her from. With a little help from friends, and a high school Shakespeare class taught by the school’s closeted gay athletic trainer, Will begins to see the possibility of finding his true path. Latitudes charts the birth pangs of a quest for self and soul — from a tropical childhood to a coming of age on the road.
Twitter | @anthonycaplan1
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Hello, My name is Aliaa El-Nashar and my book is called Against All Odds.
I can offer 3 paperback copies for review, and another 3 e-books.
Damien is a typical rich boy who thinks he can have his way with whatever it is he’d like, with no care in the world. Alexis Carver is an average girl who hates being alone and cherishes her friends more than anything. Damien’s arrogant, obnoxious and an ultimate player who can’t remember the name of any girl he’s gone out with. Alexis was resolved to never fall for a guy that didn’t have all the qualities on her ‘perfect guy’ list. Damien doesn’t think Alexis is his type at all. Alexis hates guys with Damien’s arrogance. Yet why can he remember her name? Why does he make her heart race?
How to contact me:
My Blog: http://aliaaelnashar.blogspot.com
My latest screenplay, A Good Man (currently in pre-production with Radowski Films), got released two weeks ago. I'd appreciate it a lot if you could help me spread the word by posting a book release announcement, review, interview, excerpt and/or giveaway. I will share this on Facebook, Twitter, Ning, StumbleUpon etc; that way the post(s) will
benefit the two of us. Have a look at the cover at my blog http://vanessa-morgan.blogspot.com/2012/04/cover-preview-good-man-u....
About A Good Man: Loved Dexter and American Psycho? Then you'll love A Good Man.
Louis Caron is a good man – vegetarian, he feeds the homeless, takes care of animals and is concerned with the ecological future of the planet. But his altruism has a sinister edge – he's a vampire – and local detective Taglioni is becoming increasingly suspicious. Louis' attempt to escape the police will take him on a journey into his own private hell where he is not only forced to confront his worst fears, but also to destroy the lives of those he cares about most.
Finally, a Book That Tells You How Not to Make it in Hollywood.
You Don’t Die of Love, is a book of short stories by a Hollywood screenwriter that goes behind all the glitter to the real lives of the people that work in the dream machine.
It is a work of fiction that explores the lives of a group of characters drawn to the city of angels by their love of cinema. Dreams collide with reality at the center of the movie-making capital of the world, in this pithy, rueful, and tender collection of linked short stories.
You Don’t Die of Love is the story of what happened to that generation of movie lovers that came of age in the early seventies. The first ones to go to film school and descend upon Hollywood with auteur dreams. It was the time of the Raging Bull and Easy Riders, a time when directors were superstars and the medium of film was beginning to seem like a revolutionary form of mass art. Of course that didn’t last and not all of them went on to fame and fortune, but they did go on living.
This is that story.
A story of losing your dreams and finding yourself, or vice versa. Either way can bring disaster and usually does in this lively and inventive tale of lives gone awry.
Five giveaway copies available in ebook or print.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Thomas Thonson is a screenwriter, filmmaker, and film-worker, who toils away beneath the Griffith Observatory (also known as Jor-El’s laboratory from the Superman TV show) in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles. He has sold original screenplays and completed rewrite assignments for 20th Century Fox, Warner Bros, Disney, New Regency among others.
BOOK INFORMATION: 5.5" x 8.5" (13.97 x 21.59 cm) Trade Paperback, 254 pages, Published by Thomas Thonson, ISBN-13: 978-1460928745, ISBN-10: 1460928741, BISAC: Fiction / Short Stories
Available at: Amazon Books
Space: 1889 & Beyond #6
by J. T. Wilson & Frank Chadwick
Steampunk 141pgs ebook
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It’s been almost a month since Nathanial and Annabelle rejoined HMAS Sovereign. For Annabelle it’s been a journey of uncertainty; she had expected a happy reunion with George Bedford, first officer of the flagship of Her Majesty’s Royal Navy, but instead he’s been distant. She fears it has something to do with her newfound disability. For Nathanial, however, the journey has been uneventful since he’s spent the entire time locked in the brig under the cloud of treason.
Things change abruptly when Sovereign is ordered to return to Luna, and retrieve Doctor Cyrus Grant, who has been sending increasingly confusing heliograph messages back to Earth. There is an air of uncertainty in Otterbein Base, and concern over Grant’s well-being. Once again he’s gone missing, turning his back on the Selenites and the British research team stationed there – leaving with creatures who are neither human nor Selenite.
A search-and-rescue mission is soon underway, taking our heroes deeper inside Luna than ever before. There they will discover the mysteries of the Drobates, and their amazing City of Light and Science. Annabelle is concerned that her uncle will no longer accept her, and Bedford is concerned that being on Luna once again will have adverse effects on his captain, but these things are the least of their worries. Grant is close to uncovering the answers to an age-old secret, but he is not the only one who seeks this knowledge. A creature stalks the dark underworld of Luna, a creature once human, and quite insane.
Dark Side of Luna is the series one finale of Space: 1889 & Beyond, and signals a new era of political upheaval and adventure for the series, as the key to humanity’s future is unveiled.
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Copies of Space: 1889 & Beyond 1-5 available for review.
This is my second attempt to JOIN this group. I am new to this site, and I'm not sure how I go about joining World Wide. PLEASE help me. I am an author, and I really want to invite folks to read and review my new memoir: "That's How the Light Gets In: Memoir of a Psychiatrist." I've tried to find where to list the info, and your site says, "Post your offer here" and there is no place to click and no place to post it. I want to join, and I want to post my info. Please help. THANKS.
That's How the Light Gets In: Memoir of a Psychiatrist
by Susan Rako, M.D.
By Susan Rako, M.D.
|“These are travel notes of a seeker after meaning, and it is the good fortune of her readers that — having found and lived through many answers — she is, in the end, unwilling to regard any of them as final enough to end her search.”
“Rako brings the examined life – hers -- to us in a book that truly reveals how the light got in. With a novelist's eye for detail, she presents a memoir that is a wonderful combination of memory and interpretation.”
“This remarkably candid memoir is like a dance in which components of the author's self -- child, parent, lover, learner, teacher, therapist -- move in relation to each other. The reader experiences fragmentation and integration, distress and delight. This is life as lived thoughtfully, deeply and honestly.”
Compelling life stories from the personal and professional archives of a gifted psychiatrist.
Dr. Susan Rako is a well respected Boston psychiatrist, a pioneering expert on women’s reproductive health, and a writer whose incisive intelligence enables her to pierce through clutter to deeper meaning.
Rako’s early childhood, textured and flavored by the life of her extended Jewish family, narrowed when she was discovered to be a piano prodigy and then refocused when, at sixteen, she chose to quit music and aimed to study medicine. She married at twenty, became a mother during medical school, and divorced soon after. Dr. Rako was in her 40s before years of therapy - both given and received - freed her to explore her innate and broad-based creativity. She earned a degree in Film at 48, authored The Hormone of Desire at 57, founded Women’s Health On Alert, Inc. at 64, and is more vibrant and alive today, at 65, than ever she was in her youth.
That’s How the Light Gets In is a lyrically wrought memoir whose stories of self, family, friends, patients, and colleagues celebrate the magic and the mystery of life and bear inspirational witness to the power of discovering and standing to one’s truth.
Dr. Susan Rako’s work has been featured in countless publications, and on Today and Dateline NBC. She lives and practices psychiatry in Newton, Massachusetts. www.susanrako.com
A Richard Dick Mystery
by Wade McMahan
Mystery 31pgs ebook
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Count Earl Duke is three hundred years old, and a vampire…arguably the world’s most pitiful vampire, but a vampire nonetheless. Private investigator Richard Dick becomes embroiled in a lethal investigation when Count Duke suddenly drifts into his Chicago office.
In this latest laugh-out-loud release in the worldwide bestselling Richard Dick mysteries series, Count Duke hires Dick to recover blood stolen from his high-tech blood cellar. From there on, Dick confronts the deadly “Grand Fang” himself, Professor von Schweinzturd, and his equally dangerous associate, the beautiful seductress, Serafina. Dick makes a ghastly discovery during his perilous, undercover investigation of the storeroom at the local chapter of the Vampires Lodge.
It’s Richard Dick versus the vampires in Fanged—the latest hysterical novelette from the author of Bite This!, Witches Which?, Naughty or Nice?, The Lincoln Park Horror, and Flying Solo.
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My name is Randall St. Germain, author and publisher of Camino de Santiago In 20 Days. A month ago, I started soliciting reviewers, and wish I knew about Book Blogs sooner.
My book tells of my journey across Spain on the famed pilgrimage, the 500 mile French Way from St. Jean Pied de Port, France, west to Santiago de Compostela, Spain. My journey was not only one of personal enlightenment, but it was a challenge—I walked on average, 26 miles or 40 kilometers every day for 20 days straight. I carried a backpack that weighed about 30 pounds or 14 kilograms. I don’t get too preachy in my book about spirituality or religion. This is a book about really walking the Camino de Santiago, unlike anything presently out there. It is edgy and I must say, there are a few bad words. Most of all, I hope the reader finds Camino de Santiago In 20 Days funny and entertaining throughout. If the reader finds my book inspiring, that would be great. It’s also an honest book, and a tribute to my late mother.
I would appreciate anyone who is interested in reviewing my book. If you have a blog, that would be great. Please contact me here or better yet, at my email listed below. My book will be sent direct from my printer in the USA. Please check out my website for more information. Amazon.com ( link from my website) has some of the early chapters. Thanks for your time.
Randall St. Germain
Author, Camino de Santiago In 20 Days
Hi everyone, I am excited to offer e-books of my latest novel in exchange for reviews. I am very passionate about this book and I'm hoping that everyone who reads it walks away well entertained. If you are interested, here's the information below, including the cover art.
Title: The Angelic Testament: Book of Lysander
Author: Julius St. Clair
Review Copies to be offered: 10 (e-books)
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Lysander is an angel who has just arrived in Heaven for the first time, and he’s unsure of what to think of his new home. Angels bicker over the absence of God, and an Archangel named Lucifer is stirring up controversy. As he struggles to master his responsibilities, a war breaks out in Heaven, and Lysander must choose between God and His followers, or Lucifer and his army.