September 11, 2017
Check out Joanne Macgregor’s new release. If you like sweet, fun YA/Teen romance you’ll like THE LAW OF TALL GIRLS. Get your copy for only 99¢ for a limited time by tapping on the book cover.
Whether you stalk the night or howl at the moon … we all have our little quirks. But there’s one really important thing I bet we all have in common: WE LOVE BOOKS! And you know what? Winning prizes rocks too. So, hey there, welcome to LitRing’s Vampires Vs. Werewolves Giveaway! We’ve assembled a team of 50 authors, brave enough to take a stance on such a divisive issue. What’s more, by picking sides and entering our giveaway, you could win prizes for yourself AND a pretty awesome promo pack for your fave author too!
Here’s the deal: Visit the participating authors’ Facebook pages and leave a comment on their team posts. Doing so will score you bonus entries and you’ll be able to collect bonus prizes from participating authors too! Check out our handy-dandy giveaway widget to lead you through the hop and give you even more points for participating. You’ll also be asked to bravely pick a team.
If at the end of the week, YOUR TEAM WINS, someone from the team will get first pick of a new Kindle Fire, Kindle Paperwhite, or up to $100 in cold hard cash! The other team (no losers here!) will win the remaining prize. AND as an added bonus, one author from the winning team will win a special promo prize pack from LitRing, and–trust me–they’d really like to win, so be sure to support your favorite authors and spread the word far and wide.
Whether you delight in the night or hide from fear of the moon, be sure to show some team spirit. GO TEAM!
Remember to like and comment on ALL the pages not just those for your chosen team!
This YA/teen, sweet, coming-of-age, romance is worth the wait. If you’ve read Summer’s End, you should recognize the title of book two. Kiss Me Already picks up exactly where Summer’s End left off. I know the ending of Summer’s End was risky, but you’ll thank me when you turn the pages of Kiss Me Already to chapter one.
If you haven’t read Summer’s End, what are you waiting for?
This swoon-worthy read is COMING SOON.
(This series should be read in numerical order for the benefit of the reader.)
Book lover, send yourself a surprise gift every month with Indie Book Connect’s book box. I love to come home and see that beautiful box, tattered and marked up, waiting for me to scoop it up and run into the house. The groceries can wait. I grab my scissors and slice through the tape with the care and precision of a scalpel. My chest swells. I moisten my lips and gently unfold the flaps. Breathe, I forgot to breathe. I peek over the top and gasp with delight. My eyes dart around the room to make sure no one is here to see my gem. Air whooshes out my lungs and across my lips. I swallow and savor the thrill of anticipation dancing beneath my sternum. I can’t, not yet. The groceries, the milk, there’s no time to enjoy. So I force myself to hide the gorgeous torn up box in my closet.
I love to come home and see this beautiful box, tattered and marked up, waiting for me to scoop it up and run into the house. The groceries can wait. I grab my scissors and slice through the tape with the care and precision of a scalpel. My chest swells. I moisten my lips and gently unfold the flaps. Breathe, I forgot to breathe. I peek over the top and gasp with delight. My eyes dart around the room to make sure no one is here to see my gem. I’m not ready to share it. Air whooshes out my lungs and across my lips. I swallow and savor the moment as the thrill of anticipation dances beneath my sternum. I can’t do it, not yet. Homework, groceries there’s no time to enjoy such a gift. So I force myself to hide the gorgeous torn up box in my closet.
Later, after the chores of the evening are complete, I lift my prize out of the closet and hide in the bathroom to unravel what I began earlier. The thrill of waiting has me on the edge of the tub. My mouth feels like I’ve been out in the desert heat all day. I peer inside the box and pull out another beautifully wrapped present. Slow and steady, I unfold the flap. My pulse races through my veins and my breath quickens. Angels sing and a bright light fills my eyes. Books and candles, and bookmarks, Oh my!