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Going Down in Flames is a very fun book. It features a tried and true premise; the big family secret. Bryn’s parents have been keeping a big secret from her, and when she learns that she’s a dragon, she is less than pleased with them. Her parents have fled from the dragon community because they were forbidden to be together, and Bryn, the offspring of a blue and red dragon, should never have been born. The governing body of the dragons, the Directorate, has carefully kept the dragon clans segregated, and they are not happy with Bryn’s parents, or about Bryn. Not at all! Yet they force her, on her 16th birthday, to move into the boarding school where young dragons are taught to control their powers. Poor Bryn! The only crossbred, she’s met with suspicion and hatred. I wouldn’t have been too happy with my parents, either! Read more
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Now that I have a nifty second-hand treadmill, I find myself reading more digital manga. It’s just so easy to march along on the track, flipping pages every few seconds. The workouts go by much faster, I’m getting caught up on some of the series I’ve been neglecting, and I’m getting healthier while I’m multi-tasking. Who could ask for more? Read more
Special guest Sara Humphreys shares five reasons why vampires are hotter than werewolves. What do you think?
Why Vamps are Hotter Than Werewolves by Sara Humphreys
Trying to choose between vamps and werewolves isn’t easy, especially since I write about and like both. But since the hero of VAMPIRE TROUBLE is a vampire…I’m playing on Team Vampire today. Read more
Pocket Star has some great digital releases hitting stores today, and I have excerpts to share, as well as a giveaway for each title! Check out Pocket Star’s online community at XOXO After Dark.
APPREHENDED by Jan Burke
From the New York Times bestselling suspense author Jan Burke comes a brand-new e-short story with the added bonus of three short stories from the Eighteen anthology.
The summer is warming up with two new releases from Bliss this month. One is our latest Red-Hot Bliss, Her Secret, His Surprise by Paula Altenburg, which throws the bedroom door open. The second is a traditional Bliss, Accidentally Married on Purpose by Rachel Harris, which while it’s a behind closed doors story it’s definitely not lacking in sizzle. Plus, Seven Day Fiance by Rachel Harris is on sale! See below for more details.
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The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimba of The Caffeinated Book Reviewer
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I’ve kind of been in a funk the last few days, and I’m not sure why. I’m having a hard time finding a book that holds my interest for more than a few chapters, so I set my Kindle down this morning and spent some time playing with Crunchyroll. If you haven’t heard of the site before, Crunchyroll bills itself as “the leading global video service for Japanese Anime and Asian media.” They offer free streaming of anime and manga, as well as paid memberships for access to a larger library of titles with no advertising. Everything I’m going to talk about today I viewed under their free offerings.