Book Spotlight: One S’more Summer by Beth Merlin *GIVEAWAY*...

Jun 9, 2017 by

  For twenty long years, Gigi Goldstein has been pining away for her best friend’s guy. She knows it’s wrong and it has to stop, but she hasn’t been able to let go ever since they all met on the bus to summer camp back when they were 7 years old. The same week that her best friends finally announce their wedding date, Gigi loses her high-profile design job. With all of her dreams unravelling, she runs to the last place she remembers being happy. Taking the Head Counselor position at Camp Chinooka, Gigi hopes to reclaim the joy she felt as a camper, but the job isn’t all campfire songs and toasting marshmallows. Gigi’s girls are determined to make her look bad in front of the boys’ Head Counselor—the sexy but infuriating Perry—and...

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Book Spotlight: A Sky Full of Stars by Samantha Chase *GIVEAWAY*...

Jun 7, 2017 by

  The stars are about to align in the newest Shaughnessy brothers romance!   WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE Brilliant astrophysicist Dr. Owen Shaughnessy feels more connected to the cosmos than to people. He’s great with calculations, but when he leads a team of scientists to study a famous meteor shower, he doesn’t factor in his free-spirited artist assistant Brooke Matthews. LOVE CAN DAZZLE YOU Polar opposites in personality, the friction between them threatens to derail the project. But the beauty and mystery of the night sky draw Owen and Brooke together—and she’s going to surprise him in ways the stars never could.   Buy Links: Amazon: http://amzn.to/2pnLztB B&N: http://bit.ly/2rQcJbH iBooks: http://apple.co/2pnzwfN   Excerpt: “That was…interesting.” “I never thought I’d see those two mediums used together.” “I may have to stab my own eyes out to...

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Book Spotlight: Love Unleashed by Diane Kelly...

Jun 6, 2017 by

  Bestselling author Diane Kelly brings the heat to her popular Paw Enforcement series when sparks fly between a teacher and a firefighter in Love Unleashed. Between wrangling her rambunctious kindergarten class and trying to catch an elusive Dalmatian pup who’s been hanging around the playground, teacher Jessica Bellingham can hardly seem to catch her breath. And when hot, hunky fireman Louie DeLuca arrives to teach the children about fire safety, she just might need mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Who’d have thought a yellow slicker could be so sexy? Things heat up quickly, igniting a passion the two would gladly allow to consume them. But will their romance become a four-alarm blaze, or will a dark secret from Jesse’s past threaten to cool things off for good? And what will become of the playful puppy who...

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KT’s Report from Book Expo 2017 Part 2 (#bookexpo2017)...

Jun 5, 2017 by

  For the most part, I spent my 2 days at Book Expo roaming the main floor and checking out everything the publishers had to offer. I did attend a few panels, mainly because I thought they would great tools for an author like me. Many of the panels listed talked about ways for authors and books to get noticed. I went to two panels- For Authors: Working with Independent Booksellers and Book Reviews: The Diversity of Race, Ethnicity, and Sexual Orientation. I attended For Authors: Working with Independent Booksellers first: “Developed for authors, this panel features booksellers who have formulated best practices for working together to create events that benefit both stores and authors. The session will cover a number of issues, from author publicity to dealing with pre-event nerves.” The reason I attended...

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KT’s Report from Book Expo 2017 Part 1 (#bookexpo2017)...

Jun 4, 2017 by

  When Book Expo (better known as BEA aka Book Expo America) first came to New York City in 2009, I attended, and very year after, with the exception of last year when it was held in Chicago, IL. Once I heard Book Expo was headed back to NYC for 2017, I decided to attend the expo again on Thursday and Friday. It’s always a great time, and I love seeing all the publishers, authors, and industry types as they show off their upcoming release, host panels, and new publishing innovations. This year Book Expo was very “chill” and calm. It appeared (at least to me) there was much more space than past years, meaning not as many publishing booths. Unlike two years ago, epublishers were MIA (Amazon and Barnes and Noble, including Kobo or...

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