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Nina Croft, Author of MALFUNCTION, Shares her Top 5 Favorite Sci-fi/Fantasy Books and Series–with a Giveaway!

Top 5 favorite Sci-fi/Fantasy books/series: Dune by Frank Herbert because it’s just about my favorite book ever. The world building is the best. I can’t wait to see the new film. The Black Jewels Trilogy by Anne Bishop. It’s such a complex story, with brilliant world building, that you reach a different level each time you read it. And I love the hero—Daemon Sardi—he is bad! Lord of the Rings because it’s huge, and I love it, and each time I read it, I pick up new things. Karen Marie Moning’s Fever series. Mainly because I’m madly in love with…

Kyle of Jennifer Probst’s A BRAND NEW ENDING’s Top 5 Memories with Ophelia (with a giveaway!)

Kyle’s Top 5 Memories With Ophelia from A Brand New Ending by Jennifer Probst In A Brand New Ending, Kyle Kimpton and Ophelia Bishop are only eighteen years old when they decide to run away together to pursue their dreams. Leaving the family farm behind, they escape to Hollywood to get married and chase their careers. Kyle plans on being a famous writer, and Ophelia longs to be a singer as great as Adele. Unfortunately, their paths diverge and rip apart their relationship. As Kyle thrives in Hollwyood as the new hotshot screenwriter in town, Ophelia falters when she realizes in order to be famous…

Boone Brux, Author of RANDOM ACTS OF MARRIAGE (Wedding Favors #2) Shares the Top 5 Best Things About Being a Bridesmaid (with a new release review and giveaway!)

  It’s that time of the year again, when love is in the air and weddings abound. If you’ve ever been bestowed the honor of being a bridesmaid, then I’m sure you’re well versed in the high and low points of holding that honorary position. With the release of the second book in my Wedding Favors series, Random Acts of Marriage, let’s celebrate by examining why being a bridesmaid is super awesome and a position to be envied. First off, parties thrown in honor of the bride, and or groom. Basically, it’s a license to drink. As a matter of…

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