Format Read: ebook from the AuthorsNumber of Pages: 84 pagesRelease Date: July 13th 2010Publisher: Samhain PublishingFormats Available: e-bookPurchasing Info: Author’s website, GoodReads, BooksOnBoard, Amazon
Find out how it all began…During the bite of the Great Depression, sole female dominant Joan Fuller struggles against the rise of cruelty among her alpha counterparts. The men tolerate her interference–until she breaks from the pack and allies with a witch and a vampire. Now the Boston alpha intends to bring them all forcibly back into the fold–and teach her a lesson she may not survive.Seamus Whelan and his werewolf bootleggers intend to retire from smuggling and savor their fortune, but first they must do a favor for an old friend: escort some female wolves to safety. An easy job, if their leader wasn’t a prim ex-debutante …
We’re breaking our current topic mode for a country fight. Today we will try to find our favorite French or German covers and you guys can vote in the comments who’s selection you like best. We had this fight…ahem… discussion for quite some time now and we think we finally need to proclaim a winner.
So please help us and tell us what you think about our selection.
Added after writing the post: we are really sorry but it seems we couldn’t keep it short. At the end you can find cookies so stay tuned.
Today we are happy to welcome Zoe Archer as a guest on Book Lovers Inc. Scoundrel the 2nd book in the Blades of the Rose series was released earlier this month. This new installment is a fantastic addiction to the series one you don’t want to miss. (My 5 stars review here). Zoe tells us about how the different settings influenced her novels. Stay tuned and you might win a copy of Scoundrel.
Thanks for having me back on Book Lovers, Inc.! I’m very excited this month because SCOUNDREL, my second Blades of the Rose novel, is now on shelves.
The setting for SCOUNDREL is Greece and the Aegean Sea–you can’t get more romantic than that! I mean, look at this scenery. If you’re on a boat in the middle of all this beauty, and you happen to be on the boat with an impossibly handsome and devilishly seductive scoundrel, …
Hey everyone.I hope you’re having a sunny Sunday too. It’s so wonderful here in Germany today. I really wish it would stay that way until Summer is finally back.
Okay on to the sunny news. We have a bunch of winners today. Here they are:
The Winner of Three Over Par by Cathryn Brunet is….
The Winner of Mind Games or Double Cross by Carolyn Crane is…
The Winner of Once Bitten, Twice Shy by Jennifer Rardin is…
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Format Read: ebookNumber of Pages: 52 pages Release Date: September 7th 2010 (republished)Publisher: Samhain Publishing Formats Available: e-book Purchasing Info: Author’s website, GoodReads, BooksOnBoard
When Marrin Levy sends away for a field-husband to help her on her homestead, the most she hopes for is a man who can help her survive on the harsh desert planet of Lujawed. Keane Dealcore’s heart is as strong as his back, and he brings Marrin more than just his help in the fields. He brings her the love she thought she’d never feel again…
Perhaps I shouldn’t start writing this review before my tears are dried but I just can’t help myself. Amidst a Crowd of Stars is probably the best short story I have ever read. It caught my heart on the first page and didn’t let me go until …
We are very happy to welcome author Meljean Brook to Book Lovers Inc today. Her latest novel The Iron Duke was released this week and is the first full length novel in her new steampunk series The Iron Seas. She’s here to talk about her new series and she also has a great giveaway in tow, so be sure to stay tuned till the end of the interview. Please give Meljean a warm welcome.
The Geeky Lover: Meljean can you please tell us a bit about yourself?
Meljean: I’m one of those geeky-nerdy types who got lucky enough to make a living doing what I love. And, ha! –that’s about all there is to me.
The Geeky Lover: Describe a typical day of writing? Are you a planner or pantser?
Meljean: I get up early, and work for a little while before …
Google is preparing the release of its UK version of Google Editions and has talked to several UK publishers to publish their books on this platform. Google has stated it would be working with the Agency model but whether this would be brought on board in the UK remains to be seen especially since Hachette is currently the only publisher that has signed up to this model.
More ebook news:
During last week’s Book Fair in Franfurt, many publishers have stated that ebooks are increasingly becoming more popular and that once a reader has bought a reader they are probably ‘lost’ to print. Sale of Rights to work and Geo restrictions was also raised and Google’s Tom Turvey also
“asked whether gathering in one location to sell “geographic rights” would continue in the future. All of the panelists said …
Well, here I am, a Brazilian staying at a friend’s house in Upstate New York fresh out of the Authors After Dark Romance Unlimited Conference.
One of the first people I met online was author Stella Price. We became online buddies and she started talking about this conference she was organizing and right away my ears perked up and I felt like this was something I’d love to go to.
At the time I was living in Israel, but I had already started making plans. By April I had moved back to Brazil, but the plans kept on building and as fate would have it, it all turned out great.
Going to The …
The Ways of Khrem, D. Nathan Hilliard’s three part novel features: The Reach of Talanturos, The Cistern, & The Ghost of Candlewalk Lane. Cargill the Bookseller lives a quiet life, in a modest house, overlooking the vast city of Khrem…a magical metropolis of cavernous streets, lofty spires, and dark secrets. His life is turned upside down when Captain Wilhelm Drayton of the City Watch arrives at Cargill’s doorstep and confronts him with his criminal past. Cargill is required to assist the Captain in solving mysteries and the action soon explodes when he unmasks a horrific killer stalking the rooftops. Soon he finds himself forced to throw the rules out the …
Not only should you be surprised that I am doing a YA post now, but that I will be advocating YA novels! Yes, me, who was admitting everywhere, high and low that Twilight must have been the last YA novel I have read as I’m not a big fan of teenage literature. And guess what? Seems I was proven wrong! I know, sounds pretty shocking, so hear me out.
I don’t/didn’t like YA books because I was irritated by all the teenage drama, the constant whining and drama queen antics, that every little problem means the end of the world and the lack of maturity and intelligence in the characters not only frustrated, but angered me. But recently, despite my misgivings I have read a few YA novels and believe me, I was the most shocked to discover that I loved them!
So it seems my prejudiced days against YA novels are …