Today on the blog, I’m welcoming author Debbie Manber Kupfer with her new novel UMBRAE, the third book in the P.A.W.S. series. You can follow the rest of the March blog tour through the banner below: Step into the Shadows of Umbrae ... Miri’s world at P.A.W.S. in St. Louis is falling apart. First, Danny … Continue reading UMBRAE Blog Tour
KISSING MAX HOLDEN has a cover!
The amazing Katy Upperman’s KISSING MAX HOLDEN has a final cover. Look at the prettiness! You can find KISSING MAX HOLDEN in August 2017. 🙂
Guys, Kissing Max Holden has a finalized cover, and I could not love it more!
Let’s talk about the pretty, shall we?
The colors: I liked the grayscale of the winning cover direction, but I LOVE how this new image looks: sharp and crisp, with plenty of contrast. And then there’s the gradient pink of the title; pink is my favorite, and I’m so happy to see it featured on Kissing Max Holden‘s cover. It feels fresh and fun and romantic.
The cover models: I mean, I couldn’t have handpicked a more perfect Jilly and Max. She’s beautiful but approachable, and he’s got dark, wild hair and a jaw that won’t quit. Together? They’re adorable.
The composition: The way he’s coming over the fence for her? Yes. They way she’s touching his face? There’s a history there. The way he’s holding her wrist? Clearly, he wants her. The almost-kiss? Perfect, perfect, perfect.
Also, bonus: My name!…
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HOUR OF MISCHIEF Review
(What's this? Another review? Well, I read on the way to work, okay.) Born in a whorehouse in the slums of Fortuna and burdened with a prosthetic arm, seventeen-year-old JANET REDSTONE doesn’t think she owes the Clockwork Gods anything—which is why she makes a living stealing from their temples. But when she lands her team … Continue reading HOUR OF MISCHIEF Review
Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Book
I missed the chance quite a while ago to write about the finesse of mystery accompanying the Five Nights at Freddy's game series by Scott Cawthon that has almost haunted me since I learnt about them. Never played, but always fascinated. The thing is, it didn't translate well to book form. Don't get me wrong: … Continue reading Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Book
P.A.W.S. Reboot Blog Tour With Debbie Manber Kupfer
Today, I'm welcoming author Debbie Manber Kupfer to the blog for ten questions about her novel P.A.W.S., which is going through a rerelease reboot! Read on past the shiny new cover for the interview! What inspired you to write P.A.W.S.? The idea for P.A.W.S. came to me in a flash. I clearly saw a young girl … Continue reading P.A.W.S. Reboot Blog Tour With Debbie Manber Kupfer
‘Losing It’ is Out
(Pun totally intended. 😉 ) Okay, the official release date for the collection of steamy short stories by various NA and YA authors was released yesterday (11.02.15), but I…may have forgotten, sorry! 😛 Dat cover guy... 😛 22 Bestselling YA authors reveal what went on behind the curtain in your favorite YA novels! From paranormal … Continue reading ‘Losing It’ is Out
An Abundance of Anagrams
Review of An Abundance of Katherines I know, I’m a little late on the train for this one, but I finished Green’s An Abundance of Katherines at the weekend and I feel I ought to review it, seeing as it’s a book that has divided Green fans. Granted, I am not a Green fan (unless … Continue reading An Abundance of Anagrams
Cover Reveal – Fight for Me by KA Last
Yesterday was the official cover reveal for the book FIGHT FOR ME by KA Last, one of the Aussie Owned and Read ladies. I'm happy to share her lovely new cover on my blog today. 🙂 Tadaa! Fight For Me by K.A. Last (The Tate Chronicles #2) Publication date: January 17th 2015 Genres: Paranormal, Young Adult Synopsis: “How can … Continue reading Cover Reveal – Fight for Me by KA Last
The Collective Series Blitz
Today I'm part of the blog blitz for The Collective series by Stacey Nash, one of the amazing ladies over at the Aussie Owned and Read blog. The Collective series, published by the HarperCollins imprint Impulse, is a YA Science Fiction series about advanced technology, hidden organisations, and a fierce teen heroine. Stick around for the … Continue reading The Collective Series Blitz
Beautiful People: Agnetha
I’m editing her first adventure at the moment, so I think it’s appropriate that I tell you a little about my favourite – and first – protagonist via the Notebook Sisters and Further Up and Further In monthly meme. I turned my attention to the question of names – and my realisation was bitter. Inwardly, I cursed … Continue reading Beautiful People: Agnetha