Archive | August 2013

Ramblings And Dreams by Regina Puckett

This poetry book has something for everyone, from love, children, soldiers, hurt, pain. That’s the reason I like Regina’s poetry. Some is fun, some is emotional and all touch you in some way. She writes of children’s tales like Snow White, Cinderella and PeterPan in a different way. Through it all you can see Regina enjoys what she writes. Some of my favorites, Choices, I Would Be Like You, life Unfair, an acceptance. There is even a poem about twitter. Bravo Regina Bravo! Recommend to all who love poetry or even if you don’t , try this book it will change your mind.

We all know Carmen writes Romantic Suspense novels, well I’m Proud to have her New series with Supernatural Romantic suspense Creatus debut here on my blog!

In every myth there is a modicum of truth…

Creatus

The reason we believe in Fairy Tales—and Monsters.

 

As the sun’s rays peeked above the horizon, lighting the abyss below her, she inhaled a deep breath, closed her eyes, and jumped. She didn’t scream; she didn’t look down. As much as she hated her life, she hoped it wouldn’t end this way. She’d really like to see him one more time.

 

Her life didn’t flash before her eyes as she’d always heard. Just an image of her mother covered in blood and her Dark Angel telling her he was sorry.

 

Creatus by best-selling author Carmen DeSousa is a new romantic-suspense novel with a supernatural edge that answers the myths and fairy tales you’ve heard about preternatural sentient beings.

 

Prepare yourself to believe.

 

Download Creatus:

Amazon US

Amazon UK

 

In order to spread the news, we are also giving away a $50 gift card! In order to qualify, just share this post’s URL in the Raffle Copter. Any social website you choose. The more places you share, the more entries you earn.

 

Contest ends midnight, Monday September 2, 2013. The drawing, which includes all participating websites, will be held Tuesday, September 3, 2013. The winner will be posted the same day.

 

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My review of The Knot by Sydney Song ( aka Cynthia Myers Hanson)

I won this book, no review was asked of me: In this book we go through life’s ups and downs with two friends sharing stories of life with each other, from marriage, children and friends. It’s silly at times, spiritual and sad. We hear of proposals of marriage and secrets from women about their marriages. There’s death and healing through memories shared. The caring of parents and the happiness of their children. One of my favorites is of the husband videoing his children’s marriage proposals no matter where or when they are, funny! Download this book and read all about it.

My Review of Works out by Sydney S Song ( aka Cynthia Myers Hanson

Two friends meeting for coffee talking about working experiences through life. The boys who won’t let a woman get ahead in a mans world of technology. The woman who gives them a run for their jobs. You need someone in life like these two friends. They share their wins and losses of life and life’s traveled roads. Nice read and very well edited. Great read for anyone.

Fall Into Love by Serena Akeroyd

This being the authors first book, I must say Congratulations! Simone has been divorced for four years, her two friends Marina and Edwina decide it’s time for her to get out and meet someone and get laid. They dress her up in her best silk dress and bring her to a club. Simone was never one for bars or clubs, she doesn’t like the atmosphere at all. She’s in one of her moods and in a haste to remove herself from a stool she falls backwards and just before she reaches the floor a man grips her and pulls her up. Zane is one handsome man,Simone doesn’t believe what she does next, she asks Zane if she can buy him a drink for his help. Her friends are all excited for her and give her a thumbs up when they go out on the garden behind the club. Download this book to read what does or doesn’t become of Zane and Simone. Erotica with a great story, go ahead hit that button.

 

 

Intense, sad! Awesome!

I’ve read Justin’s first book Sandcastles And Other Stories, a fantastic book, so I didn’t hesitate to pick this one up. He doesn’t disappoint! This is one powerful read. Patrick has a very heavy load to carry in life. People say he’s cold and don’t really know what he’s all about. He tells us about his relationship or lack of one with different ladies in his life since coming back to the family cottage after his parents die. It’s hard to know when someone really needs you to listen or is it just ho hum bull that goes in one ear and out the other. He tries hard to listen, but…you decide by reading this  Conversation between them all. Justin does a awesome job holding your attention with every word written. It’s a very intense book.