Injustice Bound in Death

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CEden-Bound in DeathHell yeah! Vicki Pettersson’s Signs of the Zodiac series is currently $.99 until March 12th. If you haven’t read this series, now is the time to get them, so go do it – Scent of Shadows, Taste of Night, Touch of Twilight, City of Souls, Cheat the Grave, and Neon Graveyard.

Michele Bardsley has posted an excerpt from her new release, Frisky Business.

Today’s daily Kindle deal is Jus Acardo’s Touch, which is currently available for $.99.  There are also deals going on for:

Plus, a book I found for the Story Time feature, The Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom by Christopher Healy and Todd Harris, is $1.99 right now.

Paranormal Romance has an excerpt of Katie Reus’ new paranormal romance, Tempting the Jaguar.

Nalini Singh has posted excerpts for all four stories – Beat of Temptation, Stroke of Enticement, Declaration of Courtship, Texture of Intimacy – that will appear in her Psy-Changeling anthology, Wild Invitation.

Lauren Dane has posted a snippet from her newly released Bound by Magick novel, Going Under.

There’s a couple of bundle deals going on for both Kindle and Nook. The following series have at least 3 books bundled together for $.99 (at the time of this post):

Diana Pharaoh Francis is giving us a peek at a new chapter in her current WIP, which is also untitled.

The Bookpushers have a snippet from Vivian Arend’s Wolf Tracks.

Author Appearances:

SPinborough-A Matter of BloodThere are always fabulous covers popping up and I simply can’t post them all, so here’s a select few that have caught my eye. To see them all, head over to facebook, where I’ve added them to the February album for your viewing pleasure. Don’t forget to check out the new covers that came out in December and January.

Patricia Briggs will be doing a tour to promote the seventh Mercy Thompson novel, Frost Burned. She’s sticking pretty close to the west coast, but if you’re curious to know where she’ll be, she has a tentative list posted over on

Tez Says has the scoop on a bunch of new YA deals for Stefanie Gaither, Kristen Lippert-Martin, Mary miller, and Nichola Reilly’s (aka Cyn Balog) Waterworldesque series.  Lauren DeStefano’s will also begin a new series begin in April 2014 called the Internment Chronicles, which will feature a utopian society located on a floating island in the clouds.

Jennifer Armintrout has been reading the 50 Shades trilogy and her chapter four recap of Fifty Shades Freed has been posted.

Out today is the second issue for the new Injustice: Gods Among Us series from DC Comics.  Featuring many classic villains and most of the Justice League, Injustice: Gods Among Us #1 has a pretty tragic story line and IGN had a preview of the second issue that has a major, and startling, spoiler. Injustice is written by Tom Taylor with most of the artwork done by Jheremy Raapack. Here’s a rundown of the print editions #2-5 (#1 doesn’t have as:

  1. Injustice #1: The first time in print for these digital-first stories. This prequel explains the events leading up to the start of this highly anticipated video game that comes out in April!
  2. Injustice #2: Following a great tragedy, a new world order is proposed. But not every hero is willing to go along with the plan. It’s hero versus hero in epic, unprecedented battles!
  3. Injustice #3: A new world order seizes the reins of power, forcing heroes to face each other in a fight to save humanity. Which side will Wonder Woman choose?
  4. Injustice #4: Superman discovers that not every nation on Earth is willing to fall in line with the new world order! A team of the world’s most powerful Super Heroes unites to confront an old ally.
  5. Injustice #5: Batman has two allies: Damian and Dick Grayson. One is with him, while the other has joined Superman’s cause. The conflict between The Dark Knight and The Man of Steel is about to turn very personal. Plus: The Flash travels to Australia and ponders his own allegiances.
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I am a 30-something SAHM with two adorable boys and a supportive husband who is very tolerant of my reading addiction. I love to read and easily go through about a dozen books a month – well I did before I had kids. Now, not so much. After my first son was born, I began to take my hobby of reviewing a little more serious and started Literary Escapism to help with my sanity. I love to discuss the fabulous novels I’ve read and meeting all the wonderful people in the book blogging community has been amazing.

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