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Comment by Ottilie Weber 17 hours ago

Christmas Lites V is released! It is a book that 20+ authors contribute stories about the holidays and all of the money goes to the NCADV! Check out the details:

Comment by Fuentes on Thursday

Metro: Scenes from an Urban Stage by Stan Raucher

A touching testimony to reality, simple daily routine that speak volume through the lense of the artist.


Comment by Fuentes on Thursday

More Than Comics by Elizabeth Briggs

A nice romance super fast to read with cool characters.
What was really interesting was the description of the Comic-Con atmosphere, the fans behaviours as well as the comics world industry.
Honestly, it's a nice read. Perfect to chill after a long day.


Comment by Jessica Haight on Wednesday

We love those magical bookshops where stories creep off the shelves and into our hearts, so we're giving away a $100 gift card to an independent bookstore to celebrate the release of The Secret Files of Fairday Morrow on December 1st.

Pre-order the mystery, and enter for a chance to win a $100 gift card to an independent bookstore of your choice.
Send us a copy of your receipt, and you’re entered to win! 
Contest runs until November 30th 
Comment by Fuentes on November 21, 2015 at 2:50pm

Timeless: Photographs by Kamoinge

A wonderful Time Warp through powerful pictures!

First I was interesting by the photos. While turning the pages, I've been lead through history of the 70's to nowadays. Daily life images of Black people in New York. Intense, poignant, others that was the expressions that were incredible. 
Katherina, famous people, anonymous, joyful scenes, all these pictures were taking me by the hands and making me discovering a period I didn't know in a very cool and beautiful way.


Comment by Chris Henderson on November 18, 2015 at 3:08pm

From now through Christmas, I will be doing blog interviews with authors whose current books feature a Christmas theme. We'll discuss the book, favorite holiday traditions, and tips on writing. It's a great way to finds some new reads for yourself or friends. http://

Comment by Ottilie Weber on November 7, 2015 at 12:42pm

Children are taught to fear what may lurk in the dark.

Footsteps in the Alley (Mistakes #3) was released yesterday. Check out the details of the series including future parts and a free story now.

Comment by Laura Nagore on November 2, 2015 at 3:55pm

READ THIS BOOK. That is all. Oh, you came for a review…well I guess I can tell you about this book. But really, you need to go read it. So the first thing to note is this is a 5 star review. I have only had one other 5 and that was one of my old comfort reads. I am stingy with my 5’s, I feel that since you can not get higher than the 5 handing it out all willy-nilly will dilute the impact. So this was unquestionably a 5. See the rest of the review here. via

Comment by Laura Nagore on November 2, 2015 at 3:47pm

Tate, Fiona and Sami were born to fulfill a prophesy. Joining two powerful bloodlines, Romani and Welsh, the daughters of Nadia were linked to the Fae even before birth. Traveling to the land of Faerie and the Winter Court sets their destinies on course. The Winter Fae could have been great. The premise was solid but everything else was average. See the rest of the review here. via

Comment by Laura Nagore on November 2, 2015 at 2:31pm

♦ I picked Copygirl to review based on the comparison to The Devil Wears Prada and Mad Men, a book and show I really enjoyed. Sadly Copygirl is not either of those. I was disappointed by the first few chapters as I was looking for a horrible Miranda and a smarmy boozy Don and they were nowhere to be found. But as I kept reading I realized that was a good thing. Copygirl can stand on its own and doesn’t need comparisons to help elevate it. See the rest of the review here. via


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