Category Archives: Uncategorized

[Cover Reveal] Sugar Skulls By Lisa Mantchev And Glenn Dallas

SugarSkullsByLisaHantcheyAndGlennDallas

Welcome to Cyrene, a city where energy is currency and music is the lifeblood of its young citizens. Everyone lives on the grid, and the residents of the world’s largest playground are encouraged to pursue every physical and emotional pleasure imaginable.

Vee is the lead singer of the Sugar Skulls, an all-girl band that is Corporate’s newest pet project. Micah haunts the city like a ghost after an overdose of a deadly illegal street drug knocks him off the grid. When Micah and Vee forge an immediate, undeniable connection, their troubled worlds collide.

Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

[Blog Tour & Giveaway] The Last Necromancer By C.J. Archer & Raven's Brew Deadman's Reach

Charlotte Holloway has the power to call spirits and raise the dead. Five years ago, her father threw her out on the streets when he learned of her ability. Forced to make her own way in the slums of Victorian London, Charlotte camouflaged herself as a boy, calling herself Charlie and living with various street gangs.

Now eighteen, Charlie is caught stealing and thrown into jail, where she is forced to once again use the power she so hates in order to protect herself and get away. News of her raising a man from the dead travels fast and soon Charlie is being tracked down by two men: one a mad scientist who wants to put her necromancy abilities to good use and the other is the very cold, yet very handsome, Lincoln Fitzroy, leader of a secret organization who wants to stop the madman and prevent others from using Charlie’s powers for their own nefarious means.

Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 4 Comments

[Blog Tour & Giveaway] The Last Necromancer By C.J. Archer & Raven’s Brew Deadman’s Reach

Charlotte Holloway has the power to call spirits and raise the dead. Five years ago, her father threw her out on the streets when he learned of her ability. Forced to make her own way in the slums of Victorian London, Charlotte camouflaged herself as a boy, calling herself Charlie and living with various street gangs.

Now eighteen, Charlie is caught stealing and thrown into jail, where she is forced to once again use the power she so hates in order to protect herself and get away. News of her raising a man from the dead travels fast and soon Charlie is being tracked down by two men: one a mad scientist who wants to put her necromancy abilities to good use and the other is the very cold, yet very handsome, Lincoln Fitzroy, leader of a secret organization who wants to stop the madman and prevent others from using Charlie’s powers for their own nefarious means.

Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 4 Comments

[Book Blitz] Blood, Milk, And Chocolate By Cameron Jace Excerpt + Giveaway

I have been accused of being malicious and evil.
I, the Snow White Queen, have a story to tell.
The true story and what has really happened. How it all happened. Why the Brothers Grimm altered the truth, letting you think it was a fairy tale. When and how the tale took place. And above all, why I did what I did. Why you haven’t been told the truth for centuries. The truth about me and the truth about the not-so-innocent Snow White.

Here is my side of the story. You will never look at Snow White the same way again.

Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Blogging Resolutions For The New Year

Happy New Year! I love welcoming in the New Year – it’s kind of a magical time when the air is full of hope and new possibilities and a chance for change. In the spirit of this optimistic time of year, I’ve made a list of my top 5 blogging resolution for the New Year. They’re pretty basic, but I hope that means they’ll be easier to stick to (unlike my eat healthier resolution – this morning I had a cup of Archer Farms Frosted Sugar Cookie coffee and 4 pretty good-sized brownie bites for breakfast).

Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments