Top 10 List & Giveaway: Jamie Wyman’s 10 Secrets of the World (As related by a technomage) & win Uninvited

Top 10 List & Giveaway: Jamie Wyman’s 10 Secrets of the World (As related by a technomage) & win Uninvited

October 18, 2016 Giveaways, Guests 12

A big welcome to Jamie Wyman who is here counting down the Top 10 Secrets of the World (As related by a technomage) and celebrating the release of Uninvited, Etudes in C#, No. 3 (published on October 18, 2016 by Pajamazon Wordworks). Want to win a copy? Enter via the widget below. Jamie Wyman’s Top 10 Secrets of the World (As related by a technomage) I’m Catherine Sharp – fiesty Cancer, technomage and sarcastic Hufflepuff. So there’s the book coming out about me and some of my misadventures. The world I live in–the one you live in–is not what you think. The picture of… Read more »

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Review: Feedback (Newsflesh #4), by Mira Grant

October 17, 2016 Review 0

It felt so good to fall back into the world of Mira Grant’s Newsflesh novels, that as I worked through the book, I read faster and faster until the dramatic conclusion. Medical paranoia and zombie based intrigue make for an exciting novel that brings back the excitement of reading the first three books in the series.

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Review: Bloody Acquisitions (Fred, The Vampire Accountant #3) by Drew Hayes

Review: Bloody Acquisitions (Fred, The Vampire Accountant #3) by Drew Hayes

October 14, 2016 Review 4

BLOODY ACQUISITIONS is easily the best book in the Fred, the Vampire Accountant series. Drew Hayes’ writing has improved a lot since THE UTTERLY UNINTERESTING AND UNADVENTUROUS TALES OF FRED, THE VAMPIRE ACCOUNTANT. He’s managed to keep all of the amazing things that make the world of Fred, that Vampire Accountant so lovable, while ditching all of the bad parts. This is no longer a collection of novellas, but one story. BLOODY ACQUISITIONS still has an episodic feel to it, but it follows one story line.

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Review: The Graces (The Graces #1) by Laure Eve

Review: The Graces (The Graces #1) by Laure Eve

October 13, 2016 Review 1

THE GRACES pulled me in with its intriguing description and lovely cover, but ultimately didn’t deliver. Though the writing was lovely, the plot wasn’t as good as it could have been and the ending was, to me, a complete let down.

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Review: Bright Smoke, Cold Fire (Untitled #1) by Rosamund Hodge

Review: Bright Smoke, Cold Fire (Untitled #1) by Rosamund Hodge

October 12, 2016 Review 0

Romeo and Juliet has never been my favorite. It’s like teenage angst at its best, something which I’m not generally a fan of. BRIGHT SMOKE, COLD FIRE at least didn’t have nearly as much angst as Romeo and Juliet, but it also wasn’t an amazing story either. Hodge seemed to bite off a little more than she could chew, and the result was a scatterbrained story with zombies, magic, and tons of weird stuff going on.

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Exclusive CRIMSON DEATH Audio Clip

Exclusive CRIMSON DEATH Audio Clip

October 11, 2016 Exclusive Content 2

We’re excited to be able to present this exclusive audio clip from Laurell K. Hamilton’s CRIMSON DEATH, which was released today! Enjoy! Exclusive Audio Clip  Crimson Death by Laurell K. Hamilton    Available on October 11, 2016 by Berkley Description: In her twenty-fifth adventure, vampire hunter and necromancer Anita Blake learns that evil is in the eye of the beholder… Anita has never seen Damian, her vampire servant, in such a state. The rising sun doesn’t usher in the peaceful death that he desperately needs. Instead, he’s being bombarded with violent nightmares and blood sweats. And now, with Damian at his… Read more »

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Review: Crimson Death (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter #25)

Review: Crimson Death (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter #25)

October 11, 2016 Review 5

Process nerds will find much to love and hate in the latest Anita Blake installment. While readers may tune in to solve a crime spree, that promised police procedure never materializes. Rather, CRIMSON DEATH offers an unexpected love song to therapy, to the rewards of the hard work required to maintain relationships both romantic and otherwise. For the first time in a long, long time, it is the relationship side of Anita’s story that offers progress and hope.

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Guest Blog & Giveaway: Jodi McIsaac on Weaving History and Fantasy & win Bury the Living

Guest Blog & Giveaway: Jodi McIsaac on Weaving History and Fantasy & win Bury the Living

October 10, 2016 Giveaways, Guests 7

A big welcome to Jodi McIsaac who is here to telling us about Weaving History and Fantasy and celebrating the release of Bury the Living, The Revolutionary #1 (published on September 6, 2016 by 47North). Want to win a copy? Enter via the widget below. Weaving History and Fantasy by Jodi McIsaac Writing historical fantasy requires a fine balance between the factual and the fantastical—which is what makes it such a delightful challenge. In the Revolutionary series, of which Bury the Living is the first installment, a former IRA fighter from Belfast travels back in time to try to change the course of Irish… Read more »

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Winner: The Burning City

Winner: The Burning City

October 9, 2016 Winner 1

Thank you all for entering the giveaway to win THE BURNING CITY! The winner is… Rhonda A. a Rafflecopter giveaway Congratulations! We’ll be emailing you soon. Please confirm your email address within 48 hours or a new winner will be drawn. Didn’t win? Buy your own copy of THE BURNING CITY     

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Review: When a Lioness Snarls  (A Lion’s Pride #5), by Eve Langlais

Review: When a Lioness Snarls (A Lion’s Pride #5), by Eve Langlais

October 7, 2016 Review 0

The A Lion’s Pride series has been a nearly flawless winner up to now, and WHEN A LIONESS SNARLS is up there with WHEN AN ALPHA PURRS in terms of sexy fun and action. Centered around a modern pride of werelions, these novellas are quick to read and will make you laugh out loud, which is always a bonus in paranormal romance.

Although the lions like to think they are in charge, it’s the large number of lionesses (so many cousins!) who are they real muscle in the pride. One on one, they may not be as strong, but they stick together, and in human or lion form, lionesses are fierce adversaries you don’t want to mess with.

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