Robin Talley hijacked the virtual dashboard this morning to chat about her research for Lies We Tell Ourselves.
Top 5 most surprising facts I learned while conducting research for Lies We Tell Ourselves:
I had to do a lot of research to write Lies We Tell Ourselves. Read more
I have enjoyed everything that I’ve read by Cat Patrick, so I was super excited to see that she has a new book coming out. I wanted to share with all of you because I think her writing is awesome…and well, there’s a giveaway you can enter! So have at it! Read about Court and then enter away!
Author: Cat Patrick
Date of Publication: October 23rd 2014 Read more
Please give a warm welcome to Karen Akins this morning! She’s here to chat about her new release, LOOP.
Thank you so much for having me on your blog today to celebrate the release of LOOP!
One of the things about writing any story is that as the creator, you know so much more about your characters than ends up on the page. It’s fun to be able to share some of these “extras” with readers.
Without further ado, I give you… Read more
Please welcome Denise Jaden to the virtual offices this morning!
5 Things Jamie Won’t Leave Home Without
A Guest Post by Denise Jaden
Foreign Exchange is the story of a teenage girl—Jamie—who sneaks away from her class trip in Europe to rescue her best friend.
Here are the five things Jamie would not leave home without: Read more
I’m always excited for new horsey books, so I was happy for the opportunity to chat with Tudor Robins for her blog tour for her latest release Appaloosa Summer.
What are the 5 most important things you learned from working with horses?
As anyone who’s worked with horses knows, there’s always something new to learn about them, so on any given day, I could probably give you five completely different answers to this question. So, let’s start with what I just mentioned: Read more
This morning I have a giveaway for Ellen Hopkins’ latest release RUMBLE. Check out the blurb and enter to win a copy! Read more
May Contain Spoilers
I decided to read Will the Real Abi Saunders Please Stand Up? because Abi’s a kickboxer, and the movie set setting sounded interesting. I really enjoyed the beginning of the book, but Abi’s lack of common sense derailed some of my enjoyment later on. The ending was satisfying, but the middle stretch did test my resolve. The story would have worked better for me if Abi had been 16 instead of 18, because she acted so immature. Part of that is because of her speech impediment, which made her family and her friends want to take the lead and help her over life’s little hurdles. It quickly got annoying when she continually craved their help and feedback, or when she blamed everyone but herself for the messes she found herself in. Read more
May Contain Spoilers
I love this series so much that I preordered Sisters’ Fate as soon as I noticed it listed on Amazon. Book 2, Star Cursed, ended on such a great cliffhanger, and I could hardly wait to see what happened next. The wait was agonizing. There are times when I enjoy a series, but then I lose interest in the period between releases. The Sisters’ Fate release date was close enough to when I finished Star Cursed that I didn’t forget about it. Good thing, too, since I have the attention span of a small bug. Read more