♥|Release Day Blitz: Strings by David Estes|♥

Celebrating the release of David Estes’s “Strings”!


“A wonderful retelling of the Pinocchio story… I simply couldn’t put this book down.”
Rysa Walker, bestselling author of TIMEBOUND

Sometimes the strings that tie us down are the same strings that set us free.

Sixteen-year-old Pia has always lived in a mysterious facility where mechanical strings control her existence. She plays apprentice to her father, Gio, in performing nanotech designs for the Company, and she soon suspects there are diabolical human forces behind the manufactured reality of her world.

Though her childhood memories and the origins of the strings remain strangely elusive, she begins to find solace with the introduction of two unlikely friends: daring, irrational Sofia, and calm, tender Marco.

As the truths of the past and present unravel together, Pia must find a way to free herself from her strings and escape the facility before facing the wrath of the unstable head of security, Mr. Davis. But to gain her freedom, she must navigate the dangers posed by Davis and by her suspicious new friends to find the real identity of the puppeteer.

If Pia can succeed in revealing the secrets of the Company, she may very well find the independence she so desperately seeks. But in her controlled world nothing is as it seems, and the closer she gets to the truth, the graver the consequences.


I am not a picture. You can’t frame me and fasten me to the wall and stare at me. You can’t just turn me around when you don’t want to look at me. I’m not a thing. I’m not. Right?


Is anyone listening to me?

The harshest lies are the ones we tell ourselves.

The truth is, I am a doll. When I’m not being used they stick me on a shelf to gather dust. They take me down to play with me, pulling my arms and legs in ways they’re not meant to go. Ways I don’t want them to go. My actions are not my own. My life belongs to those who control my strings. I am a doll with a stitched mouth, melancholy but exhausted beyond true sadness. Sometimes I feel like even less; like I’m not a real girl. Like I’m more like Fig than I thought, someone’s creation. Used, tired of, and eventually thrown out. What is real? Am I real if my body is not my own? Am I real if I have no right to choose my own destiny?


The answer is no.

I’m just somebody’s thing, a marionette dancing on strings so strong they might as well be steel cables. We’re both puppets in a street show, my father and I.

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David Estes is the author of more than 20 science fiction and fantasy novels that have received hundreds of thousands of downloads worldwide, including The Moon Dwellers, Fire Country, Slip, Brew, and his new SciFi Pinocchio retelling, Strings. He lives in Hawaii with his inspiring Aussie wife, Adele, rambunctious son, Beau, and naughty cat, Bailey. When he’s not writing, you’ll likely find him at the beach swimming, snorkeling, or reading under an umbrella.

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Giveaway: Dead Ringer by Jessie Rosen


Jessie Rosen’s debut novel DEAD RINGER is here, and so is Laura Rivers, new girl at Englewood High School.


From the moment Laura Rivers steps foot into Englewood High, she notices the stares—and they aren’t the typical once-overs every pretty new girl endures. The students seem confused and…spooked. Whispers echoing through the halls confirm that something is seriously off. “That new girl looks just like her,” they say.

It turns out Laura has a doppelgänger, and it isn’t just anyone—it’s Sarah Castro-Tanner, the girl who killed herself by jumping into the Navasink River one year ago.

Laura is determined not to let the gossip ruin her chances of making a fresh start. Thanks to her charming personality and California tan, she catches the eye of Englewood’s undisputed golden boy, Charlie Sanders, and it’s only a matter of time before they make their relationship official.

But something is making Charlie and his friends paranoid—and Laura soon discovers it has to do with Sarah Castro-Tanner.

What really happened to Sarah? Why is Charlie unraveling? And how does Laura Rivers fit into it all?

After all, she’s the dead ringer for a dead girl.

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TWO (2) RUNNER-UP WINNERS will receive:

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About the author 

Jessie Rosen is a writer, producer, and performer. She grew up in New Jersey, attended Boston College in Massachusetts, and began her writing career in New York. Her live storytelling series Sunday Night Sex Talk has received national attention. She was
named one of “The 25 Best Bloggers, 2013 Edition” by TIME magazine for her blog 20-Nothings, which was also named in “The 100 Best Websites for Women” and “The Top 10 Best Websites for Millennial Women” in 2013 by Forbes.

Rosen is the oldest of four girls, which gives her a special window into the minds of teenagers. She now lives in Los Angeles, where she’s working on film and television projects, as well as her next novel.

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Book Review : This is Where it Ends by Marieke Nijkamp


Title: This is Where it Ends
Author: Marieke Nijkamp
Publisher: SOURCEBOOKS Fire
Publication Date: Jan 5th 2016
Genre: Young Adult, Realistic fiction, Contemporary
Format: eARC
My rating: 3/5




10:00 a.m.
The principal of Opportunity, Alabama’s high school finishes her speech, welcoming the entire student body to a new semester and encouraging them to excel and achieve.

10:02 a.m.
The students get up to leave the auditorium for their next class.

The auditorium doors won’t open.

Someone starts shooting.

Told over the span of 54 harrowing minutes from four different perspectives, terror reigns as one student’s calculated revenge turns into the ultimate game of survival.

My Review

I finished this book 3 days ago, and at first, I was crying at the end. I mean, there was so much death. I don’t do well with death.

Now that I’m writing this review, I realize, I didn’t really get the chance to know any of the characters in depth. The story was told in multiple POVs, which took away from the ability to really know the character and not just go through their flashbacks – I’m not a fan of flashbacks because they tend to feel draggy, and sometimes confusing.

The things I found to be completely necessary were the tweets.

I still recommend reading the book if the blurb appeals to you.

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About the author 

Marieke Nijkamp a storyteller, dreamer, globe-trotter, and diversity advocate. She holds degrees in philosophy, history, and medieval studies.

Her debut YA novel THIS IS WHERE IT ENDS will be out from Sourcebooks Fire in 2016.

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♥|Release Day Blitz: TESSERAE: A Mosaic of Story by Sharon Carins Mann|♥

Celebrating the release of “TESSERAE: A Mosaic of Story”!


TESSERAE is a masterful collection of short stories, most of which are set in southern Colorado. Its theme of “isolation; a longing for home; a longing to belong,” is accentuated by the setting of isolated, wind-swept high desert. From the misguided romantic hopes of a cowboy, to the poignant tale of a misfit orphan coming to terms with her losses and the unwelcome-but-longed-for grace that settles over her life, this book is filled with relationally quirky, flawed, and authentic characters. Gritty, real, humorous.

♥|My Review

TESSERAE is a collection of short stories. I enjoyed reading them, and Sharon’s writing was beautiful.

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Sharon’s love for words and stories started at a young age. She earned a B.A. in English and an M.A. in Communication. She has been a professional writer, editor and proofreader since 1978 and has written hundreds of nonfiction articles. Fiction is her real passion, however. Her novel, Mother of Exile, won first place in the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writer’s Colorado Gold Contest in 2004 and Honorable Mention in the Abilene Writers Guild Contest for 2004. She was a finalist in the Colorado Author’s League 2015 contest in the essay category, and won in the short fiction category. Her short stories have been published in juried anthologies, and she is thrilled to have them aggregated together her in this collection. She divides her time between Denver and the high desert of southern Colorado, where you can find her hiking and muttering, “So many words, so little time!”

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♥|Birthday Blitz : On the Fringe by Courtney King Walker|♥

Celebrating Courtney King Walker’s “On the Fringe” FOURTH birthday! Check out the book trailer!


A YA ghost story, where your first embrace could be your last…

Claire is struggling to overcome the murder of her childhood friend and secret crush, Daniel. Everyone else seems to be moving on with their lives, but she’s still trying to cope. The fact that she finds herself alone and drowning on her 16th birthday isn’t helping.

Neither is thinking she sees Daniel’s face in the murky water as she mysteriously resurfaces. But something happened during those four and a half minutes that will make her realize it was not just her imagination.

As Claire and Daniel try to grasp a possible reconnection, other grudge-holding beings have plans of their own. Now, the two of them must decide if their fleeting relationship is worth the possibility of Claire being trapped on the fringe forever.

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Courtney King Walker grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area building rocket ships and rafts out of cardboard, hoping to make it the moon or at least Niagara Falls. But a trip across the border to Tijuana was as exciting as it ever got, so she decided writing about adventure was the next best thing. She now lives in the Rocky Mountains with her husband and four children, and still dreams of flying to the moon. Her YA debut, ON THE FRINGE, was published in 2011 by Lands Atlantic Publishing.

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Book Review : Bulk by Simon Fay

Author: Simon Fay
Publisher: Self Publushed
Publication Date: Oct 13th 2015
Genre: Dark Humor, Contemporary Fiction
Format: eARC
My rating: 5/5




The most shocking thing about Barbara Dunne isn’t how big she’s gotten through the sport of bodybuilding. No, it’s how big she’s made her husband in twenty years of grossly overfeeding him. Desperate to have a child, Barbara intends to take drastic measures to maintain this odd coupling. In the winding estates of Santry, Dublin, she must banish her husband’s drinking buddy, an aging skirt chaser with more gut than charm. Battle the botox-stiffened blonde trying to steal his heart. And worst of all, Barbara Dunne will have to destroy her husband’s newfound desire to go on a diet.

A demented downward spiral of tragic black humour, BULK by Simon Fay is a story you won’t soon forget.

My Review

I don’t even know how to start with this book! I finished it a few days ago but didn’t know how to rate it. Its dark, twisted, and funny all at once. You get to know that characters, some you like, some despise, some you down right hate.. I really enjoyed it!

For a short read, it had plenty of events, and oh God the twists! Every time you think “aha! I knew it”, things get turned upside down. I love it when I can’t predict what happens in a book, too many books have been ruined for me because I would have it all figured out.. Not BULK! Mr. Fay has done a a great job with this. Can’t wait to read more of his future work.

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Simon Fay was born in Dublin. He is the author of numerous books and short stories including BULK, a demented tragic comedy of enormous proportions, and Wolf, a prize winning literary novel in his native Ireland that will be available for purchase in 2016.

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♥|Excerpt Blitz : Touching Fate by Brenda Drake|♥

Touching Fate, the first book of The Fated series by author Brenda Drake.


Aster Layne believes in physics, not psychics. A tarot card reading on the Ocean City Boardwalk should have been a ridiculous, just-for-fun thing. It wasn’t. Aster discovers she has a very unscientific gift—with a simple touch of the cards, she can change a person’s fate.

Reese Van Buren is cursed. Like the kind of old-school, centuries-old curse that runs in royal families. Every firstborn son is doomed to die on his eighteenth birthday—and Reese’s is coming up fast. Bummer. He tries to distract himself from his inevitable death…only to find the one person who can save him.

Aster doesn’t know that the hot Dutch guy she’s just met needs her help–or that he’s about to die.

But worst of all…she doesn’t know that her new gift comes with dark, dark consequences that can harm everyone she loves.


The spell was broken when some partiers ran up the beach screaming and laughing. Aster turned in the direction of the noise and spotted Reese standing there. He waved. A moronic move, he reprimanded himself. Strolling up the beach James Bond-style would have been better, but instead, struggling in the sand, he headed for her. He decided if she moved toward him as well, it would be proof that she was attracted to him. Aster spun around and faced the ocean again.

Reese stopped. She was still angry with him. Just when he made up his mind to leave her alone, she started down the beach toward him.

“Hi,” she said, staring up at him. The golden specks in her eyes were like stardust glinting in the low-lying sun.

“What are you doing here?”

“Leah invited Jan, and he brought me along.”

“I see.”

“Well, I didn’t put up a struggle. I have to admit, I was hoping to see you.” He held out the aster. “This is for you. A peace offering. One simple flower can mean so much more than a bunch, don’t you agree?”

A shocked expression crossed her face, and Reese thought he had blown it. But then she gave him a sweet smile and took the flower from him. “Stolen ones are even better.”

“Well, in all honesty, it was a spur-of-the-moment decision. A gentleman doesn’t court a lady without bringing a gift.”

“So you’re courting me?” She tried unsuccessfully not to smile. It was rather fetching, her pink glossed lips twitching at the effort. “You don’t even know anything about me.”

“Well, that is the point of dating, isn’t it? To get to know each other?”

“I’m not sure.”

When the silence between them got uncomfortable, she lowered her head and picked at the stem of the flower.

“Not sure, huh?” This girl was a hard nut to crack. Reese got an idea. “How about we play a game?”

She looked back up at him. “What kind of game?”

“One where I tell you something about me, then you tell me something about yourself.”

“Sure, why not?” She twirled around and padded across the beach, lifting up sand with her toes and flicking it into the air in front of her. “You go first.”

“All right, then,” he said, keeping pace with her. “My family lives in a castle just outside of Amsterdam, complete with towers and turrets. It’s been in the family for generations. We only live in a few rooms. The rest of the place is open for tours. It helps pay for the upkeep and taxes.”

“Really?” She knotted her fingers behind her back. “Does that mean you’re royal?”

“No. But my father is a count.” He hated talking about his lineage. “It’s just a title,” he said, as if it wasn’t a big deal, which it wasn’t, at least to him.

“That’s pretty awesome,” she said.

“Now you.”

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♥|Meet the Author

Brenda Drake grew up the youngest of three children, an Air Force brat, and the continual new kid at school. Her fondest memories growing up are of her eccentric, Irish grandmother’s animated tales, which gave her a strong love for storytelling.

So it was only fitting that she would choose to write stories with a bend toward the fantastical. When she’s not writing or hanging out with her family, she haunts libraries, bookstores, and coffee shops, or reads someplace quiet and not at all exotic (much to her disappointment).

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♥|Excerpt Blitz : Butterfly Ginger by Stephanie Fournet|♥

Butterfly Ginger, Stephanie Fournet’s third novel, offers first love a second chance.


It’s been six years, but Nate Bradley still closes his eyes at night and sees her. He can still smell her perfume–even when he’s up at dawn on a landscaping job or cooking dinner for Lila, his autistic mother. If he could, he’d plant butterfly ginger in every yard in town so the world would smell like Blythe Barnes.

Blythe can’t forgive herself for what she did back then, but no matter how much time passes, Nate’s still the one she wishes she could call with every scrap of news, good or bad. And, lately, she’s had plenty of bad. She’s lost her dream job, her car, and her savings–not to mention New Orleans, the city that saved her. Moving back home to Lafayette is the last thing she wants.

But it wasn’t supposed to be like this.

Falling in love the summer before their freshman year of college was all too easy. The first time Nate locked eyes with Blythe, he thought he’d seen an angel. For Blythe, meeting Nate was like finding her best friend–one she wanted to climb on top of and kiss forever. Her mother’s warnings about getting too serious were just stupid. Nothing could tear them apart.

Until everything did.

But now–after everything–they might be able put the pieces back together. That is, if secrets, guilt, and regrets don’t stand in their way.


Excerpt from Chapter Six

Parked in front of his house, Nate sat in the driver’s seat of his truck and gripped the steering wheel.

Why did I think this was a good idea? He watched Lila chop onions in silhouette through the kitchen windows.

“What’s the matter?” Blythe asked beside him. “Are you losing your nerve?”

Nate shrugged.


Of course, she laughed. He’d made her laugh every day for two weeks straight, and he couldn’t get enough of it. The sound energized him every time he heard it. Clear water, sunlight, and Blythe’s laugh must have been made of the same elements.

“Too bad,” she teased, poking him in the ribs and making him flinch. “It wouldn’t be fair to bail. You’ve already met Seth and Calvin — and my dad!”

“Don’t forget Phoebe the Flatulent.” Nate made a grab to tickle her waist, but she jumped back and swatted his hand away.

“Hey! Don’t make fun of my dog!” she protested, trying to disguise her laughter as outrage. “It’s not her fault Seth fed her Brussel sprouts.”

“Your brothers are a trip,” Nate said, shaking his head. Blythe rolled her eyes.

“Yeah, it was great fun when they showed you that picture from eighth grade. Braces and headgear? I’ll never forgive them.”

Nate shrugged.

“Well, the braces worked.” He reached for her again, and this time she let him catch her. “You have a killer smile.”

“Ugh. Really? That’s the best you’ve got?” Blythe arched a brow at his pathetic attempts at flirting.

“No,” he whispered. “Come here.”

Nate pulled her into his arms, and she tilted her chin up to meet his kiss, like she did every time. Her lips were so soft, and when he reached up to cradle her face, she opened her mouth to him. It seemed impossible that she wanted to kiss him as much as he wanted to kiss her, yet she was just as eager, just as hungry, and it drove him crazy. He could kiss her all day. It had become his new religion.

“Nate?” she whispered against his lips. “Can your mom see us?”

“No…” he murmured, moving his mouth to her neck, inhaling the scent of butterfly ginger in her hair. “You smell so good…”

Blythe stilled against him.

“I think she can see us.” Blythe pushed herself away and sat bolt upright. “Oh my God.”

Indeed, Lila had moved to the sink just in front of the windows. She wasn’t looking at the truck, but he knew that meant nothing.

“Um… Yeah, she can see us,” Nate admitted, shrugging awkwardly. “But she won’t care. She’s not like that.”

Blythe shot him an exasperated look, and he realized that he’d screwed up.

I care, Nate! I don’t want her to think I’m some slut!”

The word was like a blow.

“No… No,” he said, silently cursing himself. “She’d never think that. And neither would Richland.”

Nate took a deep breath and decided to level with her.

“Blythe, I’ve never brought a girl home,” he admitted.

He watched her eyes widen just a little.

“Never?” she whispered.

Nate shook his head.

“Never. Sometimes… sometimes people are uncomfortable around Lila. I was always afraid it would be too weird.” He gave a weak laugh. “Hell, I’m still afraid, but with you, I want to try.”

Blythe’s blue eyes glinted with her smile.

“You’re different,” Nate said, shrugging. “I’ve never met a girl like you. Someone who made me so comfortable. And Lila and Richland know that. They know you’re special. They’d never think you were a… a slut.”

Nate shook the word from his mouth. He hated even saying it around her. The thought of someone calling her that made him angry.

“Thank you,” she said, grabbing both his hands and weaving her fingers through his. “Thank you for inviting me. Yeah, I’m nervous about meeting your mom, too, but not because of her disability. Because she’s your mom.”

This was why he’d thought it was a good idea to bring her home. Blythe was amazing. She would accept Lila for who she was, which was more than most of his friends from high school had managed.

“Then let’s go,” he said, opening the door of his truck. Blythe hopped down from her side before he could do the gentlemanly thing and get her door for her, but he clasped her by the hand and squeezed it as they climbed the front steps.

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Stephanie Fournet, author of Fall Semester, Legacy, and Butterfly Ginger, lives in Lafayette, Louisiana—not far from the Saint Streets where her novels are set. She shares her home with her husband John and her daughter Hannah, their needy dogs Gladys and Mabel, and an immortal blue finch named Baby Blue. When she isn’t writing romance novels, she is usually helping students get into college or running. She loves hearing from fans, so look for her on Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, and stephaniefournet.com.

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♥|Cover Reveal : Angel of Redemption by J.A. Little |♥


Seasoned social worker Kayla Brooks has dealt with her fair share of difficult situations, but nothing could have prepared her for the likes of Dean Wyatt, head of Wyatt House Group Home for Boys. When a case unexpectedly brings Kayla to his door in the middle of the night, sparks fly. With a piercing gaze and heavily inked skin, Dean looks like a walking wet dream.

Until he turns out to be an asshole.

Dean Wyatt has always kept those around him at arm’s length. Secrets lurk beneath his tattoos—a traumatic past known to very few.

Forced to work together in order to help two vulnerable boys, Kayla slowly penetrates Dean’s tough exterior. Along the way the two discover something they’ve each been missing—but only time will tell if they can overcome the painful past that’s kept anyone from bringing true happiness into Dean’s world.

This book contains adult situations and sexual content. For mature audiences only.

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Book Review : Saved By the Bell (Vol. 1) by Joelle Sellner, Chynna Clugston Flores, and Tim Fish


Title: Saved By the Bell (Vol. 1)
Author: by Joelle Sellner, Chynna Clugston Flores (Illustrator), Tim Fish (Illustrator)
Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire
Publication Date: July 1st 2015
Genre: Graphics Novel, Humor, Comics, Young Adult
Format: e-ARC
My rating: 4/5



The classic TV series gets an update for today’s brand new high-schoolers as the coolest kids at Bayside High start their freshman year!

All your favorite characters – Zack, Slater, Kelly, Lisa, Screech and Jessie (and Mr. Belding, of course!) – are starting freshman year at Bayside High, trading in brick phones and mullets for iPhones and Twitter accounts. Does Lisa’s fashion show get on the air, and will Screech ever leave her alone? Will Jessie get that A+? And, most importantly, who’s Kelly going to go out with – preppy Zack or new star athlete A.C. Slater? It’s alright, ‘cause we’re saved by the bell!

My Review


When I saw this on NetGalley, I had to request it! I had no idea that there were Saved By The Bell comics, and definitely didn’t know about one that it set in modern times! I loved the show when I was a kid, and was “Team Zack” till the end.

It was a short, quick read that consisted of several smaller stories. I ended up reading it in one sitting.
I loved that the writers managed to keep the same spirit and personalities of the characters. I was able to read the conversations in their voice.
I laughed out loud when I saw the reference to Zack and the 90s humongous cell phone! In the comics, he finds the cell phone and says “I can’t believe anyone ever used this.”
I mean, seriously! LOL
The one thing I didn’t really enjoy is Kevin the robot. He was made into a bigger character than he was in the show.. I completely forgot he was on the show until I saw him in the stories.
This is a great read for old fans of the show, or newer fans who will enjoy the modern twist.

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About the authors

Joelle Sellner

Professional transmedia writer with experience in television animation, videogames, comics, film, branded entertainment and webisodes. I’ve worked in collaborative environments with artists, animators, voice actors and project managers.

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Chynna Clugston Flores

Originally from Fresno, California, recently relocated to the Central Valley after 20 years living in San Diego. Antagonizer of husband, Jon Flores, and three obnoxious pets, while awaiting arrival of our first child in January 2014. A tea-guzzling, cynical smartass by most accounts (though thoroughly friendly, honest) I enjoy listening to music that doesn’t suck (New Wave, Garage, Punk, Psychobilly, Mod, Britpop, Classic Alternative, Hardcore, etc.) reading classics, watching movies, decent TV series (Boardwalk, Mad Men, Sherlock! ) & stand-up comics, collecting odd vinyl toys, records and books, writing comedies and drama, drawing (obviously,) and overusing paretheses. I also have an unhealthy preoccupation with time travel and nachos.

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Tim Fish


Tim Fish is a comic book author and artist, known for the comics Arche-Lady, Cavalcade of Boys, the web comic anthology Young Bottoms in Love, as well as books for Marvel Comics such as I Marvel: My Mutant Heart and a Iron Man and Nation X.

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