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Words & Music Monday with Yasmine Galenorn

Hi all!! Today we’re celebrating something I’m looking forward to, and also dreading. The end of Yasmine Galenorn’s Indigo Court series. I love this series and the characters SO much… and TOMORROW, it will end with NIGHT’S END. This is our stop on the blog tour for the book, and I’m thrilled to have one […]

Words & Music Monday with Orren Merton

Today’s guest post comes from an author who has a strong relationship with music both in his writing process, and elsewhere in his life. We’re so happy to be part of Orren Merton’s blog tour to introduce the first book in his new NA urban fantasy series, The Sedumen Chronicles. FIREBIRD ALEX is out TODAY!!! See cover and […]

Words & Music Monday: RT Booklovers Convention Recap & Giveaway!

Hello, my lovelies 🙂 Last week/weekend I was fortunate enough to be able to attend one of the biggest reader/author conventions out there. The RT Booklovers Convention (hosted by RT [Romantic Times] Book Reviews Magazine) was held in New Orleans, and WOW was it a crazy bowl full of awesome!! The parties, the fabulous authors, […]

Words & Music Monday with Tiffany King

Today we get a double dose of book lover goodness!!! A happy note for my YA paranormal romance fans… Tiffany King is starting to write the third book in her Daemon Hunter Novels today!!! YAY!!! If you haven’t started this series yet, you really should. Tiffany has sent us an excerpt from book two, Jordyn and The Caverns of Gloom. […]

Blog Tour: GRIMM CONSEQUENCES by Kate SeRine

Nate Grimm’s Musical Evolution   Nate Grimm came over in the forties and had been so enamored with the post-WWII era he’d never really left it. Let’s just say if he’d suddenly faded to black and white and started doing his own voice-over narration in that world-weary raspy voice of his, I wouldn’t have been […]