Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. This weeks topic is: The top books from my childhood and teen years that I would love to revisit.
1. Harry Potter- Hands down I would love to be able to read Harry Potter for the first time again. Continue Reading
Tales from Null City...Superpowers suck. If you just want to live a normal life, Null City is only a Metro ride away. After one day there, imps become baristas, and hellhounds become poodles. Demons settle down, become parents, join the PTA, and worry about their taxes. But outside of Null City, now that the century-long secret Nonwars between Gifts and Haven are over and the Accords Treaty is signed, an uneasy peace is policed by Wardens under the command of the Accords Agency.
Humanity is about to meet its doom. An empathic girl from the past is called to action by a group of technologically advanced mermaids.
An apocalypse is coming.
Along with fellow time traveler, Force, she is sent to the future as the last hope for humanity. The stakes are high, the odds against her. Can she overcome her fears and step into her destiny? Can she lead a people to victory who lost hope long ago?
Three Talented Brothers. Three Passionate Loves. The Rivers Family—A New Series full of romance, passion, and music.
Life is looking good for Justin Rivers. After winning a country music contest, a top agent from Nashville wants to make a deal, and making it big could help Justin win back his family’s respect after the tragedy he’s caused.
Life stinks for Silver Madison. She loves her teaching job, but a vicious scandal threatens the school, and her cheating fiancé has broken her heart.
So when Silver catches the eye of the up-and-coming country star, romance—and the paparazzi—are the last things she needs. But as much as she tries to avoid the limelight, she can’t avoid Justin’s touch—or the passion that sizzles between them. Justin’s determined to protect his family and win Silver’s trust, but he can’t protect her from the treacherous lies that propel them into the national spotlight. Silver’s school can’t take any more bad press, and Silver’s career is on the line. But when a woman appears claiming to be Justin's wife, Silver’s not sure if her heart can take any more, either… Continue Reading
Never Cross A Warlock
(Beware of Warlocks #3)
By Marilyn Vix
Genre: paranormal romance
Publisher: Shadowcat Publishing (March 25, 2015)
Preorder at Smashwords: http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/524638
Seventeen-year-old Hope longs for a normal teenage life, but with a gift like hers, normal equals healing illnesses and injuries instantly. Keeping a secret like that isn’t easy, especially when two handsome, young men move into town and begin unearthing other secrets concerning Hope’s future and past, revealing to Hope that her gift may be the fulfillment of a prophecy gone wrong. Continue Reading
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. This weeks topic is: The Top Ten books on my spring TBR (to be read) list. I don't really have a specific list just for Spring so I'll just list the Top ten books on my TBR list. Continue Reading
In possession of a run-down B&B that leans more towards the shabby than the chic and is miles from nowhere, he realises he needs to fill the beds - and fast.
Enter a motley collection of guests: Harold, whose wife has run off with a younger woman; Amy, who's been unexpectedly dumped by her (not-so) weedy boyfriend and Andy, the hypochondriac postman whose girlfriend is much too much for him to handle.
But under Buffy's watchful eye, this disparate group of strangers find they have more in common than perhaps they first thought...
When Meena finds snakebites on her chest, her worst fears are realized: someone is after her and she must flee India. As she plots her exit, she learns of The Trail, an energy-harvesting bridge spanning the Arabian Sea that has become a refuge for itinerant vagabonds and loners on the run. This is her salvation. Slipping out in the cover of night, with a knapsack full of supplies including a pozit GPS system, a scroll reader, and a sealable waterproof pod, she sets off for Ethiopia, the place of her birth.
Meanwhile, Mariama, a young girl in Africa, is forced to flee her home. She joins up with a caravan of misfits heading across the Sahara. She is taken in by Yemaya, a beautiful and enigmatic woman who becomes her protector and confidante. They are trying to reach Addis Abba, Ethiopia, a metropolis swirling with radical politics and rich culture. But Mariama will find a city far different than she ever expected—romantic, turbulent, and dangerous.
As one heads east and the other west, Meena and Mariama’s fates are linked in ways that are mysterious and shocking to the core.
Written with stunning clarity, deep emotion, and a futuristic flair, The Girl in the Road is an artistic feat of the first order: vividly imagined, artfully told, and profoundly moving. Continue Reading
Why don't we start off by you telling us a little about yourself?
I am a Portland native who grew up in the Pacific Northwest, the third oldest of six kids. Before turning to writing novels full time, I reported and edited for several newspapers in Oregon and Washington and worked as a reference librarian in Montana. I recently moved to Alabama, where my wife teaches fourth grade through Teach for America. Continue Reading
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