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Kindle Jo Jo Reviews: R...

TO KISS A THIEF… Scottish barrister Sinclair McBride can face the most sinister criminals in London–but the widower’s two unruly children are a different matter. Little Caitlin and Andrew go through a governess a week, sending the ladies fleeing in tears. There is,...

#AuthorYes – Rule...

I’m going to be doing things a bit differently today. Mainly because I am a bit of a hybrid. The Prius of the WLP crew, as it were. Or Multiclass for those sharing my proclivities. And now I’ve confused you. It will get worse, I’ve had no coffee yet this morning. You see...

Dead New World Blog Tou...

Today we are joined by Ryan Hill, author of the just released novel Dead New World. Who would’ve thought that an interview for an author writing zombie fiction would have been handed to me, right? Under the interview you’ll find his bio and a giveaway being sponsored by the...

Rule 42: Dead New World

Zombies aren’t mindless anymore. Before the world fell into chaos, the undead existed only in the imagination. Now, more of them walk the earth than living. Zombies move about freely, while humans entomb themselves inside concrete barricades to stay alive. All that, while the leader of...

#authoryes & #blog...

Yesterday, author Lisa Burnstein posted a blog: I welcome you to post about a great interaction or experience you’ve had with an author. Use the #authoryes hashtag- and lets get some good behavior trending I love this idea and with us all in blackout mode until Monday, I want to promote...

Guppy & Jo Dish Ab...

Today as part of #BloggerYes and #AuthorYes, Jo and I have decided to take a break to talk books. Jo and I met face to face for the first time at the airport in New Orleans for RT. That was it. Roomies forever. We like the same things. We read the same books. We watch the same tv shows....

A Blogger Blackout

  In case you’ve missed it, there’s been quite the fury (understandable) over The Guardian piece from over the weekend. I’m not going to link to it here, because, frankly, they don’t deserve the traffic or the attention. Instead, I’m going to direct...

Sahara H Reviews: Spark...

For more than a decade, Ivy Oliver has lived in a dark, crumbling orphanage where she was sent after her parents’ death. Her only hope for a life of simplicity and happiness is the trial, a test that frees her second form from where it’s been buried since her birth. That hope is...
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