Playlist for FATAL THREAT by Marie Force + Giveaway

This playlist is more of a character-themed playlist, something that Sam & Nick may listen to after a long day in their respective jobs. Sam loves all things Bon Jovi and we know that Nick will...
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‘Merica – Classic American Literature You Should Probably Read

I feel unAmerican to admit that I wasn't a HUGE fan of classic American literature. It's almost painful for me to read Steinbeck, and Hemingway with some of his titles underwhelmed, and don't get me...
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James Franco Reads The Dead Zone and the Planets Align

THE DEAD ZONE by Stephen King read by James Franco 26 JUNE, 2017 Title: All Our Wrong Todays Author: Series: Stand-alone Pages: 380 pages Publisher: Release Date:...
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The Nostalgia Cotton Candy Station – for your at home cotton candy fun!

If you're ever in the mood to whip up some cotton candy. Nostalgia COT5PK Hard Cotton Candy Station, Pink Amazon Vine Product Review Nostalgia’s Hard Cotton Candy Station is a candy lover’s dream....
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A Bourne-esque thriller with a lot of action, Burning Bright by Nick Petrie

BURNING BRIGHT by Nick Petrie 18 JUNE, 2017 Title: BURNING BRIGHT Author: Series: Peter Ash #2 Pages: 432 pages Publisher: Release Date: January 10th 2017 ISBN-10:...
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Five Geek-tastic Stars for Ashley Poston’s Geekerella

Geekerella will be my first gushing review of the 2017 year. If you consider yourself part of “geek life,” have a fandom you are particularly attached to, or just fancy yourself a big ol’ nerd that loves Young Adult fiction, this is the book for you. Geekerella is equal parts sugary sweet, endearing, and an out of this world perfect read.

Frostblood by Elly Blake

In a never-ending search for the next fabulous Young Adult fantasy to read I exuberantly accepted Frostblood, debut author, Elly Blake's first in series. The story had the look and feel of exactly what I like. As a huge fan of Sarah Maas's series, and books like Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard, Frostblood had a lot to live up to, and while not a contender for best in the genre, it was a good book. I recommend it to fans of the genre. You won't be disappointed.

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I Am Princess X by Cherie Priest

‘I Am Princess X’ by Cherie Priest was an original young adult mystery that engaged me instantly and kept me guessing the entire time. I found the writing style to be a little more juvenile than other YAs in the genre, but I enjoyed it and look forward to reading more of Priest’s novels. ‘I Am Princess X’ is a novel mixed with a comic that meshes with the story, instead of illustrating the...

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Intense Young Adult Fantasy Debut – The Sin Eater’s Daughter

The first in a new Young Adult Fantasy Series, "The Sin Eater's Daughter" by Melinda Salisbury is a book that had me intrigued from the cover and the synopsis. It was one of those books I picked up and put down, and picked up and put down - and then finally took the plunge and read. I actually thought it was more middle grade - but this one is definitely in the MATURE Young Adult category. The novel has a quick start, and it plunges you deep into a fantasy world and sets up a dark and dastardly plot that will have your head spinning. Then leaves you hanging in the end...

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The Stars Never Rise (The Stars Never Rise #1) by Rachel Vincent

The Stars Never Rise (The Stars Never Rise #1) Rachel Vincent Rachel Vincent always impresses me with her imagination. The world this author creates are brilliant. Her way with words and the rich world building never fail to paint a breathtaking and fantastical story. Vincent is definitely a must read author. Her new series THE STARS NEVER RISE was no different. Scary and exciting, this Young Adult dystopian had me on the edge of my seat.

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A THOUSAND PIECES OF YOU by Claudia Gray #Review

PJV Quickie: Claudia Gray’s latest novel, A THOUSAND PIECES OF YOU, was a genre bending scifi masterpiece. Gray introduced original and creative ideas all within a captivating voice that had me flipping the pages in anticipation of what will happen next.A THOUSAND PIECES OF YOU is a must read. Review: Marguerite, an artist on her way to her college dreams has lived an interesting life with two...

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Burn for Me by Illona Andrews – Early Review

PJV Quickie: The Ilona Andrews power team does it again with BURN FOR ME. Don’t let the cheesy cover turn you off! BURN FOR ME is a crazy good read, with an intense plot, wrapped around a crazy new dystopian world and a potential romance that will have your toes curling! A must read and a PJV Fave for 2014. I received this book for free from Amazon Vine in exchange for an honest review....

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The Taking by Kimberly Derting #Review

PJV Quickie: THE TAKING by Kimberly Derting was a very intriguing start to a new series by this fabulous author. Derting has a creepy style that I enjoy, but she held it in check with The Taking, playing on suspense and mystery more then horror. It went over well and I find myself highly anticipating the next book in the series. REVIEW: One moment Kyra is on the road screaming at her father over...

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Let’s Have a Quickie 5 Star – Expiration Day by William Campbell Powell

Expiration Day by William Campbell Powell was a surprise. The novel is touching and embraces a scifi / robot / future theme, much like you would find in classic scifi literature, but in a YA setting. It was reminiscent of some of the great English SciFi writers, like Stephen Baxter or Arthur C. Clarke that strive to write a message within the futuristic scope. The topic is “What Makes Us...

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Sea of Shadows by Kelley Armstrong

PJV Quickie: I want to start this review out by stating the fact that Kelley Armstrong is one of my favorite authors. Her writing is supreme in it’s craft, her characters are memorable and she crafts phenomenal worlds. But, unfortunately Armstrong’s latest trek into the world of Young Adult was a let-down. I found myself trudging through SEA OF SHADOWS, bored with most of the content...

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