#BlackFriday 2017 (Master List)

23 November 2017 Jackie 0

It’s here. The madness, the riots, the sheer insanity that is the holiday shopping season. With all of this in mind, and for the sixth year, I’ve talked a few authors into sharing with us all the “fun” their different characters, from their newly (or soon to be) released novels, […]

At the #CMCon18 Beach: Angel’s Beach by Amy Lane

9 November 2017 Jackie 0

As one of the #CMCon17 featured bloggers, I get to have a little fun with a few of the fabulous authors who will be hitting the beach for Coastal Magic 2018 by showcasing their many stories. We had so much fun with last year’s At the Beach feature, that we’re […]

Women of Wonder Con 2018

4 November 2017 Jackie 0

If you’re in the Dallas, Texas area in March 2018 then you might want to check out the Dallas Central Library for the Women of Wonder Convention. It’s a new con developed by Dusk Comics that focuses on women creators…and it’s totally free. Here’s the info I was sent: Built from years […]

At the #CMCon18 Beach: Sharkula by Lucienne Diver

3 November 2017 Jackie 0

As one of the #CMCon17 featured bloggers, I get to have a little fun with a few of the fabulous authors who will be hitting the beach for Coastal Magic 2018 by showcasing their many stories. We had so much fun with last year’s At the Beach feature, that we’re […]

Bear Attraction by Jennifer Ashley

2 November 2017 Casey 0

As much as I love the Shifter Unbound series by Jennifer Ashley, the novellas usually don’t do it for me. However, her novella Bear Attraction was surprisingly good. A female alpha bear-Shifter is pretty rare in PNR books, but I loved it. (Really, I just want more bears in PNR. Is that too […]

At the #CMCon18 Beach: All the Time by BA Tortuga

1 November 2017 Jackie 0

As one of the #CMCon17 featured bloggers, I get to have a little fun with a few of the fabulous authors who will be hitting the beach for Coastal Magic 2018 by showcasing their many stories. We had so much fun with last year’s At the Beach feature, that we’re […]

Burned by Karen Marie Moning

19 September 2017 Sarah 0

If you follow Karen Marie Moning’s Fever series, then you know that we step away from the spinoff that was Iced and return to the world (and viewpoint) of main character MacKayla Lane in the seventh book, Burned. It carries a unique pacing that I’ve come to expect from this author, […]

Altered by Marnee Blake

5 September 2017 Sarah 0

Altered by Marnee Blake is a new adult sci-fi romance.  A little reflection of real life in that there’s something in the water.  What’s in the water and why is an entire town dead? Waitress Blue Michaels isn’t sure.  She’s also not sure she wants to find answers.  For a […]

Diablo Lake: Moonstruck by Lauren Dane

29 August 2017 Nicole 0

It’s no secret that I adore anything Lauren Dane writes and Diablo Lake: Moonstruck was no exception.  As soon as I saw it on NetGalley (and that it is a first in a new series!), I simply had to have it. I also may have tagged a certain Carina editor begging […]

Hidden Treasures: How We Met Steven by Sara Dobie Bauer

26 July 2017 Jackie 3

My longtime readers should know by now that I love the mini-fiction events; a glimpse into the world, a story by a beloved side character, or an introduction to never before seen action – I love it all and can never get enough. The Rust City Book Convention is returning […]

Hidden Treasures: Ghostly Treasures by Stacy McKitrick

17 July 2017 Jackie 1

My longtime readers should know by now that I love the mini-fiction events; a glimpse into the world, a story by a beloved side character, or an introduction to never before seen action – I love it all and can never get enough. The Rust City Book Convention is returning […]

#CMCon18 At the Beach Master List

17 July 2017 Jackie 0

As one of the #CMCon18 featured bloggers, I get to have a little fun with a few of the fabulous authors who will be hitting the beach for Coastal Magic 2018 by showcasing their many stories. I don’t know about you guys, but putting together an endless run of interviews can get dull after awhile. […]