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Books on Sale! FOREVER STARTS HERE Sale–Wedding Themed Reads @ 99-cents each right now!

The Royal wedding may be over but wedding season is still in full swing. Pick up these wedding themed romances for just 99¢ each! Just Jilted by Cindi Madsen Falling for the Groomsman by Diane Alberts Wedding Date for Hire by Jennifer Shirk Stealing the Groom by Sonya Weiss Blame It on the Kiss by Robin Bielman To Seduce a Lady’s Heart by Ingrid Hahn The Wedding Wager by Barbara DeLeo Random Acts of Marriage by Boone Brux Don’t Bite the Bridesmaid by Tiffany Allee Four Weddings and a Werewolf by Kristin Miller Going All the Way by Cynthia Cooke…

Covet Release Day! Two Fabulous New Releases and Giveaways!

Woot! I’ve been looking forward to reading both of these titles–stay tuned for reviews! In the meantime, read all about them and enter the giveaways to win! From the desk of Katie Clapsadl: As long time readers of this blog know, I absolutely love all things Paranormal. So much so, that when the position for the Publicity Director of Entangled Publishing’s Paranormal Romance line, Covet, opened up, there wasn’t even a moment’s hesitation in knowing this position was perfect for me. Covets have all the sexiness, emotion, and happily ever after that readers have come to expect and love from…

What I’m Reading: A Week in Review as NaNoWriMo Approacheth…. (10-26-13)

Mini Moe #2 and I are headed over the border today–to the Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake to see Our Betters by W. Somerset Maugham. It’s kind of last minute–a friend had extra tickets. Their website says it’s similar to Downton Abbey, which we’ve both watched and liked…well, MM#2 liked it until she saw the season finale last year. Since then she’s been a little bitter; hopefully nothing like that will happen this afternoon. It’s recommended for ages 14 and up–fingers crossed that I won’t have to spend too much time covering her eyes. NaNoWriMo begins this Friday! Don’t worry–still plenty of time to…

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