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Comment by Lynelle Clark 4 hours ago

Giveaway: Legacy of the Watchers: Vol 1: The Hidden Ones by Nancy Madore 20-31 October, 2014
#Apocalyptic #Historical #Qumram #Modernday #LegendofLilith #Mystery
The Winner can win the hardcopies of all three the books in this series. Runner ups will get the ebooks.
Book 2 ~ Review will be up on Sunday, 26 October and
Book 3 ~ Review will be posted on 31 October.

Comment by lidy wilks 8 hours ago

It's a Hump Day Cover Special! My poetry chapbook will be available for preordering soon. But I'mg going to need a little help with the final decision on the cover. Stop by and cast your vote.

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Comment by Kate Evangelista 20 hours ago

Here's the official request from the Swoon Reads Team! So get your comments and ratings in for Warning! and Disclaimer: before the deadline. The links are below.

Warning! You Might Fall In Love With Me:

Disclaimer: I Like Boys:

Your voice matters!

Comment by Vagabondage Press 23 hours ago

New Creole Novel Explores African-American Women's Experiences


Battered Suitcase Press launches a new novel from Louisiana author and Center for Black Literature fellow, Maggie Collins. CELESTIAL BLUE SKIES is a heart-tugging tale of family, poverty, death, and redemption in the Creole South.


In Belle Place, Louisiana, where the sugarcane grows a mile high to the bright blue sky, Celeste struggles with her mentally ill mother, Tut, and works with her grandmother Maymay to hold the Creole Bastille family together. Celeste has bigger dreams for her life, and is falling for the handsome and wealthy Vashan. But, when Tut runs away to live with the man she met working in the sugarcane to escape her reputation as the town whore, Maymay fears that Celeste will end up like her mother. And just as things are finally looking up for Tut, her past returns with violent, tragic results. Will Celeste end up like her mother, or will she redeem her family from the hoodoo curse that haunts them? And will she find love with someone from a culture just as exotic as her own?


"Ms. Collins' prose is as hypnotic as the buzz of catydids in the Live Oaks. I was instantly taken with her vivid imagery," said managing editor, Fawn Neun. "We're immensely proud of CELESTIAL BLUE SKIES, a classically styled African-American book for young adults. Ms. Collin's has brought the powerful voice of black women authors to storytelling for the young adult market. In the true tradition of Southern fiction, CELESTIAL BLUE SKIES is a story that embraces both the best and worst of small town rural life and presents it lovingly and without apology."


Maggie Collins was born and raised in Loreauville, Louisiana. She majored in English at the University of Louisiana and later earned a Master’s degree from the University of New Orleans. An excerpt of CELESTIAL BLUE SKIES was published in “Louisiana Cultural Vistas” and was a 2009 finalist for the worldwide William Faulkner William Wisdom writing contest. Ms. Collins is a Center for Black Literature fellow and an Educational Diagnostician.


For a sneak preview of this novel, visit our website at:


CELESTIAL BLUE SKIES is available from all major online bookstores in both US Trade Paperback and e-Book format, including Amazon, Barnes and Noble, iBooks, and Powell's books, as well as on the Vagabondage Press website at Readers can also order it from their local booksellers.


Review and promotional giveaway copies in digital format are available on request. Ms. Collins and Battered Suitcase Press welcome your inquiries for review copies, giveaway contests, and blog guest appearances.


For more information, please contact:


Fawn Neun

Managing Editor

Vagabondage Press LLC

Comment by Linda Hubalek yesterday

New Release today, Oct. 21 and book giveaway.

Rania Ropes a Rancher: A Historical Western Romance

Ellsworth, Kansas,1873- Rania Hamner spent her life herding cattle up the Chisholm Trail with her family. Something on the trail caused her to doubt her worth, and her ability to trust a man enough to become his wife. Once the family buys a homestead in Kansas, she meets rancher Jacob Wilerson, who begins to make Rania believe she can trust and fall in love after all.
When Rania's past attacks with new danger, she decides to fight for all she's worth because she realizes she wants to be with Jacob forever.
When Jacob realizes Rania is in danger, he rushes to save her, whether or not she still loves him, hoping to rope Rania—his heart—once more, as she has roped his.

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Comment by Jennifer Kitchens yesterday

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Comment by Brandi S. yesterday

A beautiful, emotional story about unexpected love between two strangers that proves finding true love at any age is possible.

by J.C. Valentine

“There are so many things that I loved about Jerret, he said all the right things and, his feisty attitude made him that much hotter! I wish there was more! It was an awesome story! I'm not going to say any more other than...Go 1~ Click This Now!! It was SO GOOD! J.C. Valentine took my heart and squeezed it with this one. I cannot wait to read more from J.C! “ ~Juls, I Love Story Time

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Comment by Rubina Ramesh yesterday

A chat between Uday Mane, author of #Helpline and Rubina Ramesh

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