Spotlight and Giveaway: I Adored a Lord by Katharine Ashe

This morning I have a spotlight for Katharine Ashe’s latest release I Adored A Lord.  I love the dress and the colors on the cover!  Read about the book, and then enter the giveaway for a chance to win a copy of I Married A Duke.

I Adored a Lord

A Prince Catchers Novel

By: Katharine Ashe

Releasing July 29th, 2014

Read more

The Sunday Post and Stacking the Shelves–Sweet Treat Edition

 

The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimba of The Caffeinated Book Reviewer.  This is a weekly meme where we can share news of the week and highlight new books received.

Ugh!  I have discovered the wonders of Fro-Yo.  I have created my very own, super special frozen treat three times in the last week and a half.  We have a Menchie’s and Yogurt City very close to work, and after visiting Menchie’s (all in the name of charity, I swear!), I have been sucked back for more sweet treats.  There’s just something alluring about fashioning your own perfect cup of deliciousness, and then slowly savoring it with the colorful spoons offered at both establishments.  Good thing we got that treadmill from my brother!

Read more

Guest Post: Lauren Layne, Author of Only With You and Giveaway

Lauren Layne stopped by the virtual offices to share her must have list when she is working on a deadline.  Check it out, and then enter the giveaway below.

Top Five Must Haves When Working on a Deadline by Lauren Layne

(1) Quiet; most of the time I can write in Starbucks or with music, but when I’m down to the wire and have to turn in a book, like, yesterday, I go into complete silent hermit mode.

Read more

Review: Oliver and the Seawigs by Philip Reeve and Sarah McIntyre

 

May Contain Spoilers

Review:

Oliver and the Seawigs is a cute, cute book!  Ten year old Oliver Crisp has spent his entire life exploring all of the unexplored areas of the world, and he’s tired of it.  What Oliver wants is to wake up in his own bedroom, in his own house, and go to school every day.  When his parent sadly realize that there is nothing left to discover, they resign themselves to a boring life living in their long neglected house.  Oliver is delighted, and he is anticipating finally being settled.

Read more