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** CALL FOR BLOGGERS, REVIEWERS, AND ALL-AROUND AWESOME PEOPLE! ** Join us as we commemorate the 75th anniversary of the crash of the G-AESY (which is recounted in full in Mcv Egan's THE BRIDGE OF DEATHS) and the start of World War II with a month-long history-laden event that will entertain, educate, and enlighten you! As part of this event, a revised version this award-winning and highly-acclaimed account of the events of that fateful day in 1939 will be re-released. You can read more about THE BRIDGE OF DEATHS here: http://bit.ly/TBODAmazon I'm looking for folks people to help with a cover release on August 15th and to post during the month-long anniversary event from September 1 to September 30. Clearly, I'd love to have Badassites in the fray! There will be prizes and lots of kickass historical fun! To sign up and participate, please go here: http://bit.ly/TBOD75Event And if you know anyone who would be interested in participating, please let them know!
Hi Stacey, my name is Larry Rodness and I am inquiring about receiving a review on my newest YA novel entitled, "Perverse", published by Itoh Press in both print and electronic formats. Synopsis as follows:
19 year old Emylene Stipe is a 2nd generation Goth who, like every teenage girl, is trying to find her place in the world. One night she comes upon an old painting in an antique store and is compelled to purchase it. When she brings it home an image of a young woman appears in the sketch and then magically materializes in her apartment. Emylene nick-names her 'Poinsettia' and they soon become fast friends. But Poinsettia has an ulterior motive for her sudden and strange intrusion into her host's life which causes Emylene to question her whole belief system.
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I am an active blogger who loves to review Young adult books, dish about the latest updates on the most popular books, do blog tours, and much more!
I would love it if you could take the time to stop by my blog and follow me. I would of course be happy to check out your blog and follow you back (just let me know via a comment on my blog or via bookblogs). I also always love to stay in touch with my followers, so expect me to drop by your blog frequently ;)!!
Hope to see you around in this book blogging world ;)
April edition The American Booksellers Association has announced the selections for the April Indie Next list, drawn from the recommendations of indie booksellers throughout the US. You can request many of these titles on NetGalley right now, and view more information on the ABA site. If you are a bookseller, you can nominate titles for […]
The UK’s Top Ten Books . . . coming in May 2015 With many of the fiction big-hitters releasing titles in March and April, May is often one of the most interesting months in the literary year – and this May is no exception. Perhaps the most exciting debut novel of the year – certainly […]
NetGalley goes to the Folio Prize! It sometimes felt like the whole of literary London was gathered in one opulent ballroom last night, as the second Folio Prize Awards ceremony was held at the St Pancras Hotel. Already this is a prize that feels like it has become an integral part of the fiction-world’s year […]