Moira Rogers is having this contest for a Kindle and I have to chose which team I would want to be on. No, this isn’t a Team Edward or Team Jacob, but it does involve werewolves and vampires. Rogers has two novels coming out over the next couple weeks, Sanctuary […]
Laura Stamps’ The Witches of Dixie includes several short stories about witches who have had something bad happen in their lives. With each story, you get to learn about the witches and their troubles and then see how each of them deals with their dilemmas. Meet the Witches of Dixie. […]
You know how when you start something new and it seems like it’s going to be really easy and then it turns out not to be? Yeah, that has happened here at LE. While I was switching over to the new email address (everyone has it, right – jackie AT […]
The Battle Sylph by Alicia Dean There is a monster on the loose, a serial killer murdering young women near Oklahoma City. On each corpse he writes his name in blood: THE TIN MAN But while the villain claims to be heartless, he’s not beyond making a mistake. This time […]
You can not imagine the glee I went through when I found a copy of Ilona Andrew’s Magic Bleeds waiting for me at my door the other day. Kate Daniels works for the Order of the Knights of Merciful Aid, officially as a liaison with the mercenary guild. Unofficially, she […]
As some may know, Jesse and I have been having a little trouble coming up with a name for the second monkey who will be invading out hour come August. After discussing it a little on the Facebook page (yes I’m active there), the idea was thrown out to have a baby naming contest and a pool. It sounded like a good idea, so I did it.
A month later, and over 100 suggested names, Jesse and I picked a name. Sort of. We’re not settling, we really do like it and Ian loves it, however we’re still trying to find a good middle name. We have one that we like, but there are times I feel like the flow is off. Unless we find something different for the middle name, we’re going with:
Sara Creasy recently stopped by Literary Escapism and was generous enough to give away a copy of Song of Scarabaeus to one lucky winner. In order to enter, everyone had to answer the question: How much technical details do you like in your science fiction/science fiction romances?. Now, without further ado, the winner is:
My time of mourning has begun. Keri Arthur’s Moon Sworn is so fabulous that its criminal. I mean, this is it for Riley. There is no more and after reading Moon Sworn, I so want more. Shape-shifting werewolf and vampire Riley Jenson is through with death—causing it, solving it, surviving […]
Paranormal Romance has been my romance of choice for the past year or so. I love the brooding werewolves, the mysterious vampires, or vice-virsa. I’ve come to realize that I’ve developed somewhat of a comfort zone in the genre. So, when I went to read the blurb for Song of […]
Check out the fabulous cover Tez Says as found. It’s for Merrie Destefano’s Afterlife. I do have the say, I’m digging the outfit the chick is wearing. If they took the leather jacket off, she would still look pretty badass. Tez also found the covers for Caitlin Kittredge’s Bone Magic and The Iron Thorn.
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