A Masterpiece of a Debut – Now is the Real Dystopia? All Our Wrong Todays by Elan Mastai

One of the best books I’ve read in a long time, All Our Wrong Todays, was a far-reaching, insightful, and witty, novel, disguised as a shallow time-travel piece. I cried, I laughed, I yelled in frustration, as I read, Elan Mastai’s debut, in was an emotional roller-coaster.


How To Maximize Your Buy Links

As a blogger, Indie Author, or in my case, both, tracking and analytics is imperative to continued success. If something works, you want to know that it works and then you want to know what you did, so you can repeat it. No one is going to knock on your door and say “Hey, what you did there. It rocked. Do it again.” But, if you see that people are clicking, things like links… a lightbulb can go off, and you’ll realize that your efforts are paying off. If you can’t tell what people are clicking, though…well you’ve lost before you even started.


A Diverse Read That Takes a Bit of Patience to Read…Finding Gideon

Finding Gideon was marketed as a stand-alone, even though there are more stories in this series, and technically it is, but I did feel that I fell feet first into a story that I wasn’t ready for. I think it had to do with the main POV in the beginning which was Medianoche, which starts out in a place I didn’t want to be. I didn’t like him, I didn’t want to read about him…and it kept increasing.


Romancing the Weekend: Silence Fallen by Patricia Briggs

Patricia Briggs’ Mercy Thompson series has been a favorite of mine for several years, and by book 10 (10!!!) these characters are like old friends. I love paranormal stories, and Patricia Briggs’ Mercy Thomson series is one of the best. She had my attention at the first line:


Book Signings 101 – What I Learned From A Year of Signings

The weekend that passed, was Booking in Biloxi, a large author even that is held every year in the city of Biloxi, Mississippi. The BiB signing was the first signing that I participated in as a new author. It took me almost a year to work myself up to do a signing – and – also to make it onto a list. So, after this recent event, I had successfully (loose interpretation of successful) completed one year of signings. This is what I’ve learned.



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Same-Sex Sunday: Tigers & Devils by Sean Kennedy

  Romancing the Weekends: Tigers & Devils by Sean Kennedy PJV Quickie: Tigers & Devils might be my favorite m/m read ever!  Although I have several favorites in the genre, Tigers &...

The Summer He Came Home by Juliana Stone

  Romancing the Weekends: The Summer He Came Home by Juliana Stone PJV Quickie: The Summer He Came Home was a sweet, if predictable, contemporary romance that had some lovely scenes between the...

Fated Souls by Becky Flade

PJV Quickie: Fated Souls, like many of its kind, suffers from short story syndrome. With little space for a strong plot and character building it suffered greatly. So, while it had potential, it...

Feature & Follow #145

Welcome to the Feature & Follow The Feature & Follow is hosted by TWO hosts, Parajunkee of Parajunkee’s View and Alison of Alison Can Read. Each host will have their own Feature Blog...

Launching a Meme or Feature

Book Blogging 101: Launching a Meme or Feature First, know the difference. What is a Meme? Meme, pronounced as if it rhymes with stream, is a idea that spreads, in our case, via the internet. It is...

Darkhouse By Karina Halle

Indies on PJV: Darkhouse by Karina Halle PJV Quickie: Darkhouse is a unique and utterly different read, and boy is it readable. Really unputdownable. This book has been recommended to me from so...

The Guardians Tour!

Welcome All to the Guardian Tour! The Guardian series by Wendy Owens explores the world of Guradians and Demons. Hmm…I kind of love Demons. I need the read the books, but I have feeling I am:...

Amazon’s Orwellian Schemes Revealed

Dishing Junk: Amazon’s Orwellian Schemes Revealed Dishing Junk – The act of dispensing ideas of little value in a casual or silly manner.       The buy-out of Goodreads to...

Mila 2.0 by Debra Driza

PJV Quickie: Suckered again by a pretty cover, Mila 2.0 by Debra Driza was another one of those Young Adult Science Fiction novels that forgot what it means to be a science fiction novel: fictional...

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