{ARC Review+Giveaway} Curse of the Fae Queen by Delia Castel
{Review+Giveaway} Triplicity by J. Mercer
{Review+Giveaway} Silver Hollow by Jennifer Silverwood
{Review Copies+Playlist+Giveaway} Piggybacker by Mikki Noble
{Mini Review+Excerpt+Giveaway} Kill Code by Luna Kayne
{Interview+Giveaway} Annelies by David R. Gillham
Jan 29
{Guest Post+Giveaway} EVO by Diane May

{Guest Post+Giveaway} EVO by Diane May

EVO Diane May Publication date: July 23rd 2018 Genres: Adult, Thriller A covert CIA operation that involves genetic engineering. A serial killer nicknamed “The Hypnotist”. And the most terrifying threat humanity has to face. What if someone could take complete control over your mind? And what if that someone was a serial killer? Discover EVO, a gripping crime thriller that reviewers and readers describe as “spellbinding”, “high-energy” and “impossible to put down”. Langley, Virginia, twenty years earlier: John Blake, a CIA special agent, stumbles upon an illegal genetic experiment within the agency, conducted on unborn babies and officially presented as a fertility program designed to help couples get pregnant. When he realizes that his very own daughter is a product of this sinister plot and that she is in grave danger, he vows to do everything it takes to make sure Maya will be safe and the people behind the experiment will all pay. With their lives. Verona, Italy, present time: Livio Marchiori, a homicide detective with the highest rate… Read more »

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Jan 28
{Recipes+Giveaway} #ArtemisFowl Series by Eoin Colfer

{Recipes+Giveaway} #ArtemisFowl Series by Eoin Colfer

  Today I am partnering with Disney Books for some awesome Artemis Fowl fun to celebrate the re-release of the series with the new book covers! The complete series in re-designed packaging is now available in stores! So check out the covers below, and on my Instagram.   Each book includes a sneak peek of The Fowl Twins, a brand-new spinoff novel following the adventures of Artemis Fowl’s twin brothers.     And if you want even more Artemis Fowl fun, I have good news for you- because this series is soon to be a major motion picture from The Walt Disney Studios! If you are a fan of the series like I am, then you will know all about Spud’s Spud Emporium. Here is a refresher, in case you are new to the series. Spud’s Spud Emporium is a fast-food restaurant in Haven, the Lower Elements. It is somewhat popular, though it doesn’t have good food. The milkshakes are lumpy and the meat is not to be trusted. The burgers are usually rubbery and the fries greasy. Source:… Read more »

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Jan 25
{Mini Review+Excerpt+Giveaway} Kill Code by Luna Kayne

{Mini Review+Excerpt+Giveaway} Kill Code by Luna Kayne

  Kill Code is a romantic suspense novel by author Luna Kayne. It is the first book in a trilogy. I enjoyed Kill Code. I thought some parts of the beginning were a bit slow, but overall this book was a good foundation for what is going to be an eventful trilogy. And Kill Code definitely was a novel that built as it went on. The ending was more than I expected. It certainly set us up for an interesting second novel. Kill Code follows a special forces team in search of a group of hackers. I love anything involving hackers, so I was excited to learn more about what was going on. I liked the characters, and the romance was certainly pretty steamy in parts. I liked the balance of the romantic elements with the obvious suspenseful atmosphere throughout the story. I really liked that this was a reunion of sorts for our main characters. It was cool that Jessa and jack knew each other from several years back. They… Read more »

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Jan 25
{Review+Giveaway} The Birds, The Bees, and You and Me by Olivia Hinebaugh

{Review+Giveaway} The Birds, The Bees, and You and Me by Olivia Hinebaugh

The Birds, The Bees, and You and Me is a young adult contemporary novel by Olivia Hinebaugh. There were a few things I didn’t love about this novel, but overall I thought it was still a good read. The good certainly outweighed my few gripes. So let’s start with the good. The Birds, The Bees, and You and Me is a novel that is both very educational and was a cute coming of age story. I really enjoyed our main character, Lacey( most of the time). And I loved her friendship with Theo and Evita. Her friend group was my favorite part of the story. Lacey was happy enjoying her senior year in high school, playing and listening to as much music as possible with her best friends, but when her school decides to take an abstinence only approach to sex education, Lacey decides to counter this sex health education. She falls into the position as a virgin sex health expert, and the book takes o And now for the few things… Read more »

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Jan 24
{Interview+Giveaway} Annelies by David R. Gillham

{Interview+Giveaway} Annelies by David R. Gillham

    ANNELIES is a work of historical fiction that asks the question: What if Anne Frank survived the Holocaust? What sparked your interest in reinventing the life of such a treasured writer? Anne Frank’s story has always been a story of hope, and hope is the common thread of my writing. Especially under conditions where it’s hard to imagine that such a thing can survive. Probably the most famous passage from Anne’s diary is dated in July of 1944, and in it she writes that, even in the face of war and persecution, she still believes in the basic goodness of people. But the question has been asked, could she still have believed this after experiencing the horrors of Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen? It is a challenging question, and one, which I wanted to try at least to answer. This novel is my attempt to do so. How did you approach writing about a Holocaust victim? How are you able to provide validity to Anne’s story? As I wrote this… Read more »

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Jan 19
{Series Giveaway} Holli’s Hellfire by Tish Thawer

{Series Giveaway} Holli’s Hellfire by Tish Thawer

  Holli’s Hellfire Tish Thawer (The Women of Purgatory #3) Published by: Amber Leaf Publishing Publication date: January 15th 2019 Genres: New Adult, Paranormal, Romance Will she choose to stay the Reaper she is, or become the Goddess she was? Holli’s memories of her life as the Goddess Hel are starting to resurface, and the timing can’t be a coincidence. Her father’s quest continues to threaten Purgatory, and her decision to embrace her past has the potential to save or destroy it all. Find out in the exciting conclusion to The Women of Purgatory trilogy. Goodreads / Amazon / Barnes & Noble / iBooks / Kobo —     2017 – #1 Bestseller in Historical Fiction (Witches of BlackBrook) 2017 – Top 100 Bestselling in Paid Kindle Store (Witches of Blackbrook) 2015 – Best Cover – Penned Con (The Witches of BlackBrook) 2015 – Readers Choice Award – My New Favorite Book Awards (The Witches of BlackBrook) Bestselling and Award Winning Author, Tish Thawer, writes paranormal romances for all ages…. Read more »

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Jan 17
{Review+Giveaway} Lera of Lunos by @AlexLidell

{Review+Giveaway} Lera of Lunos by @AlexLidell

Please Note: This is the fourth and final book in the Power of Five series and this series needs to be read in order.  If you are new to the series, check out my review of Power of Five, my review of Mistake of Magic  and my review of Trial of Three for more information Lera of Lunos is the fourth and final book in the new adult fantasy romance Power of Five series by Alex Lidell. You all know how much I LOVE this series! It is one of my favorite series of all time. Of all time people!  I feel like this is the type of series that I can read over and over again and love it just the same every time. Even though I have unequivocally loved all three of the other books, I was super nervous to start Lera of Lunos. Not because I didn’t think I wouldn’t love the book, but because I was not ready for the series to end. (I hate reading the… Read more »

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Jan 14
{Review+Guest Post Giveaway} Analiese Rising by @BrendaDrake @EntangledTeen

{Review+Guest Post Giveaway} Analiese Rising by @BrendaDrake @EntangledTeen

Brenda Drake has stopped by today to share with us her top 10 favorite gods and goddesses! Then be sure to check out my review of Analiese Rising as well as enter the awesome giveaway down below! ———– There are several gods in Analiese Rising. Listing my top ten favorite gods and goddesses from the mythologies from around the world was difficult. There are so many that would make number one for me. So I decided to list them in the order of my favorites in the book, and here they are. Sidapa comes from Philipine mythology. He’s the god of death. In the novel, he doesn’t have his power anymore. He’s in love with the Bulan and sees him only during the full moon when the other god can come down to earth.   Oyá is from African She’s an Orisha of winds, lightning, and violent storms, death, and rebirth. She’s a kick butt goddess, and she makes a grand entrance into the story.   Lugh comes from the… Read more »

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