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Queue the Quipster: Announcement

29 January 2013 Natassia 0

As with any new thing, sometimes things need to be tweaked and that is the case for Queue the Quipster. Nothing has changed with the concept, don’t worry, you still tell me what to read. What will be changing is the schedule and when you can look forward to seeing […]

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40 Reasons to Hit the Bookstore

29 January 2013 Jackie 0

As if anyone needs a reason to run to their favorite bookstore, check out all the fabulous titles that have hit the shelves today. There’s a ton of great authors here…why are you still reading this, go to the bookstore now! *grin* Wait, did I miss any? If so, let […]

Never Seduce A Scot by Maya Banks

28 January 2013 Casey 0

When reading Never Seduce A Scot by Maya Banks, readers must either have a lot of suspended disbelief or an unyielding love of the Cinderella-esque fairy tale. I’m not saying it’s a bad story, it’s just an incredibly sugary sweet love story – the type of story I can read only when […]

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The Spiderwick Tyrants

28 January 2013 Jackie 1

Gollancz has posted the first chapter for Saladin Ahmed’s Throne of the Crescent Moon, now available. Paranormal Romance has posted an excerpt from PC Cast & Gena Showalter’s After Moonrise. There’s a few deals going on over at Amazon right now. A few ebooks have been listed for $2.99: Infinite […]

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Sunday Surprise – Cheap eReads!

27 January 2013 Jackie 0

Sunday Surprise is a feature that showcases three random novels that have either caught our eye, have received for review or is just not getting enough attention. Hopefully we’re able to introduce you to a new fabulous read or even remind you of what you’re missing. So did we catch […]


Stolen by Shiloh Walker

27 January 2013 Casey 0

I have heard nothing but good things about Shiloh Walker, so I jumped at the chance to read her romantic suspense book, Stolen. Unfortunately, I just did not connect with Stolen at all. In fact, I barely made it past page 75 before giving up simply because both the hero […]

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Double Time by Olivia Cunning

26 January 2013 Nicole 0

While I’ve been reading more and more contemporaries lately, Olivia Cunning’s Sinner’s series was one of the first contemporaries I started reading.  I fell in love with the down to earth rock stars, so when I got a chance to read a galley of Double Time, I jumped on it.  I […]


Moscow but Dreaming by Ekaterina Sedia

26 January 2013 Courtney 0

I have never read anything by Ekaterina Sedia and I am kicking myself for it. Her anthology Moscow but Dreaming is everything I look for in a book. Even though she only has a few pages to introduce the characters, setting and plot, I always felt connected. Every story just […]

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Stuff of Legends by Ian Gibson

25 January 2013 Casey 0

Imagine an epic fantasy-adventure book meets reality TV (but replace cameramen and TVs with bards and ballads) and you end up with Ian Gibson’s Stuff of Legends. While it was a cute, funny story that I enjoyed while reading it; yet, there was nothing really amazing or memorable about Stuff […]