Posts Tagged: cover reveal

COVER MADNESS GIVEAWAY HOP: Surprise Prize you won’t want to miss!

COVER MADNESS GIVEAWAY HOP: Surprise Prize you won’t want to miss!

Your prize, should you win, will include the signed copy of TSOT plus any one of the books below. If you are INT the book will be sent via The Book Depository if available. Otherwise they will all be sent from Amazon. If you entered early, enter again. The RC was broken. a Rafflecopter giveaway REMEMBER – YOU CAN ENTER TO WIN a different prize in each participating hop blog, so click all the links to go to those giveaways! About Katja Millay Katja Millay grew up in Florida and graduated with a degree in film & television production from Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. She has worked as a television producer and a film studies and screenwriting teacher. The Sea of Tranquility is her first book. Twitter • Facebook • Goodreads

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COVER REVEAL: Hot Blooded by Kendall Grey

COVER REVEAL: Hot Blooded by Kendall Grey

If Robert Rodriquez (Sin City), Tony Soprano, and David Lynch (Twin Peaks) made sweet love to a Hawaiian version of The Bride (Uma Thurman’s character from Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill), the resulting spawn might look like Kendall Grey’s upcoming mystery/suspense/supernatural thriller, HOT-BLOODED. The first installment in the Ohana series, HOT-BLOODED is set on the island of Maui and is wrapped in the light and dark watercolors of Hawaiian culture, history, and mythology. It’s about guns, drugs, surfing, and tiki monsters. HOT-BLOODED tells the tale of a ballsy, half-Hawaiian angel-turned-demon, the duplicitous assassin who falls for her, and the blessings and curses of family—all wrapped up in freaky, supernatural gift paper. About Kendall Grey Kendall Grey, word wrangler, whale warrior, wicked wench, and lover of tongue-tripping alliteration, was born without an off-switch between her brain and mouth. She’s been called the “Flux Capacitor of Twitter” (@kendallgrey1) and “A little package of… Read more »

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Review: Very Wicked Things

Review: Very Wicked Things

Ok, I read Very Bad Things, book one in this series and loved it. I read it almost a year and half ago and I still remember the characters and plot. That tells me it was really good in my book. I was so excited to read this next book that I bumped it up my very LONG TBR list and it didn’t disappoint. You know you’re reading a good book when you can’t put it down and when you HAVE to, you’re counting the minutes until you can pick it back up. That was this book for me. I became a part of the Briarcrest world and I felt like I was living and breathing Dovey and Cuba’s relationship. It’s hard to categorize this book because there’s a lot that takes place in the pages. There’s angst, of god is there ANGST! Ilsa is a master writer of angst…. Read more »

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A Surprise from Ilsa Madden-Mills

A Surprise from Ilsa Madden-Mills

Because Ilsa Madden-Mills fell in love with her beautifully flawed characters in Very Wicked Things, she penned Very Wicked Beginnings as a prequel novella to the book, featuring the story of football star Cuba Hudson and ballerina Dovey Beckham. Since May is Mental Health Awareness Month, all May proceeds from the sale of the novella will be donated to The Keith Milano Memorial Fund which benefits the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP). www.afsp.org Very Wicked Beginnings Excerpt from Chapter One  “Two things about me: I play football—and girls.” –Cuba Hudson I wanted the gorgeous girl in the window. More specifically, I wanted the dark-haired girl dancing inside the Symthe Arts Building as I stood outside on the twenty yard line at football practice, fixated on her when I should have been focused on the line of scrimmage. I adjusted my helmet and squinted through the afternoon Dallas sun. Did I… Read more »

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Cover Re-Reveal: Giving In by M.R. Joseph

Cover Re-Reveal: Giving In by M.R. Joseph

Hello Readers- I wanted to fill you in on the reason for the subtitle change for my latest work GIVING IN. This past Friday I was contacted by CreateSpace (and later in the day by Amazon) that another author had reached out to them about a conflict regarding similarity in the subtitle of our books. The similarity of the subtitles was not done purposely and was conceived without knowledge of the other series (I thought I had accurately created a completely unique subtitle name). I decided the best course of action was to immediately have my artist make an appropriate book cover revision with the new subtitle. We contacted the other author and let her know it would be handled immediately. She was appreciative of our quick response. It was a stressful couple of days to see my latest labor of love being temporarily unavailable for potential new readers for… Read more »

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COVER REVEAL: The Winner Takes it All by Audrey Harte

COVER REVEAL: The Winner Takes it All by Audrey Harte

About Audrey Harte A self-published author of romantic and erotic fiction, Audrey Harte released her first book, Love in All the Wrong Places, on April 10th, 2013 and the sequel, All the Right Things, on February 13th, 2014. The third and final book in the Love in L.A. series, The Winner Takes it All, is tentatively scheduled to be released on September 16th, 2014. She has also just announced a crossover series, the Love in N.Y.C. series (Say Anything, Say Something and Say Nothing), which she is already working on. Born and raised in Hawaii, Audrey Harte grew up an only child for the first eight years of her life, which forced her to use her imagination to keep herself entertained. In 1991, she moved to Nebraska where she attended junior high and high school and participated in several plays and musical productions at the local community college and West… Read more »

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PRE-ORDER GIVEAWAY and BLITZ: BEND – An Anthology from The Erotica Consortium

PRE-ORDER GIVEAWAY and BLITZ: BEND – An Anthology from The Erotica Consortium

This is a huge announcement! I am in a spectacular anthology with some of the best romance and erotic writers on the planet at this moment!    Here’s details about this author group we call The Erotica Consortium. Last December CD Reiss and I (JA Huss, in case you don’t know me) decided to start a new author group that only had authors who write erotic romances.  So each of us chose a few authors whose work we loved and whose talent we respected.  I chose Ella James and Shay Savage and CD chose Andrea Smith, Alessandra Torre, KI Lynn, K Bromberg, and CC Gibbs.  We decided we wanted a very small group – we have nine right now, and this is a good number for us. Small enough to get to know each other, large enough to make a difference. Since I’m like a super hyper book marketer, my… Read more »

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COVER REVEAL: Almost Too Far by AO Peart

COVER REVEAL: Almost Too Far by AO Peart

About AO Peart Angela Orlowski-Peart was born and raised in Poland. She describes herself as European born, American by choice. She was just seven-years-old when she decided to learn English and translate her favorite Polish fairytales. Angela is the author of the Young Adult and New Adult fiction novels. She writes in multiple genres, including paranormal, fantasy, urban fantasy, contemporary, sci-fi, and short stories. She is a member of Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, Western Washington Chapter (http://www.scbwi.org), and several authors’ and readers’ networking groups on Facebook, Linkedin, and Goodreads. Angela speaks with Polish accent, and loves listening to the Southern drawl. She is passionate about watercolor painting, fashion—especially stilettos, rock climbing, environment, and organic food and gardening. She lives in the Seattle area with her family and a chronically curious cat. Website • Twitter • Facebook • Goodreads

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EXCERPT and COVER REVEAL: Dirty Angels by Karina Halle

EXCERPT and COVER REVEAL: Dirty Angels by Karina Halle

Excerpt There was a strange moment of silence and I concentrated hard, trying to hear more than the obvious. They were all waiting. Waiting for the order. Waiting for the man in charge to speak. He did. It came from the left of me. His voice was cool, calm and collected. I didn’t have to see to know who had taken me. The man I’d heard so much about. The man I’d been taught to fear. “Gentleman,” he said and I could almost feel his infamous eyes on my body, “remove the bag.” There was a rustle and my face was immediately met with cool air that seized my lungs and bright lights that blinded me. I scrunched up my face, afraid to look, to see. Now it was all so real and I wanted to stay in the dark. “Who did this?” Suddenly cool hands were at my swollen… Read more »

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