Thursday, August 21, 2014

Biking Uphill by Arleen Williams

September 8 – Reecapieces – Review & Excerpt

September 8 – Chick Lit Club Connect – Guest Post

September 9 – Book Reviews and More by Dee – Guest Post

September 9 – Chick Lit Plus – Review

September 10 – Doorflower – Guest Post

September 11 – Ski-Wee’s Book Corner – Guest Post & Excerpt

September 11 – Reading in Black and White – Guest Post

September 12 – The Bookworm – Excerpt

September 12 – Book Referees – Review & Guest Post

September 15 – Jersey Girl Book Reviews – Review, Guest Post & Excerpt 

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Forecast by Elise Stephens

September 1 – The World As I See It – Review & Excerpt

September 2 – Tea Party Princess – Review

September 3 – The Book Referees – Review

September 4 – Ski-Wee’s Book Corner – Excerpt

September 4 – Chick Lit Plus – Review

September 5 – Keep Calm and Blog On – Excerpt

September 8 – Authors and Readers Book Corner – Review

Sunday, August 17, 2014

The Other Side of Gemini by LC McCann

September 1 – Chick Lit Club Connect – Guest Post

September 3 – Chick Lit Plus - Review

September 4 – Doorflower – Guest Post

September 8 – Ai Love Books – Review & Q&A

September 11 – Reading in Black and White – Review & Excerpt

September 12 – The Little Reading Cabin – Review

September 17 – Ski-Wee’s Book Corner – Excerpt

September 18 – The Phantom Paragrapher – Review

September 19 – The World As I See It – Review & Excerpt

September 22 – Jersey Girl Book Reviews – Review, Guest Post & Excerpt

Monday, August 11, 2014

Losing Him, Gaining You by Corbin Lewars

Losing Him, Gaining You is a refreshingly honest and uplifting guide through divorce. Based on research and her own experience, Corbin Lewars coaches her readers through tough territory with a direct, straightforward step by step approach to divorce. With inspiration and a large dose of humor, Corbin offers a way forward that will help others trust themselves and make wise choices for their new life.

August 25 – Two Children and a Migraine – Review & Excerpt

August 25 – Psychotic Books – Review & Excerpt

August 26 – Dishwater Dreams – Review & Excerpt

August 27 – Booknosh – Excerpt

August 28 – Two Children and a Migraine – Excerpt

August 29 – Chick Lit Plus – Review

September 1 – Keep Calm and Blog On – Excerpt

Author Bio:

Corbin Lewars is the author of Creating a Life: The memoir of a writer and mom in the making, which was nominated for the 2011 PNBA and Washington State book awards. Her essays have been featured in over twenty- five publications as well as in several writing and parenting anthologies. For the past fifteen years she has worked with other writers as a developmental editor, coach and writing instructor. She lives in Seattle, WA with her two children and very large cat. 

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Sunday, August 10, 2014

A Masterpiece of Our Love by Nikki Lynn Barrett

September 1 – Chick Lit Plus – Review

September 2 – Books Reviews and More by Dee – Review & Q&A

September 3 – Chick Lit Goddess – Excerpt

September 3   - Jersey Girl Book Reviews – Review, Guest Post & Excerpt

September 4 – Relatively Yours  - Guest Post

September 5 – Julie Valerie’s Book Blog – Guest Post

September 8 – Reading in Black and White – Review

Saturday, August 9, 2014

Please, Pretty Lights by Ina Zajac

It's September when good girl Via Sorenson stumbles into a Seattle strip club, drunk and alone on her twenty-first birthday. Matt and Nick--best friends, bandmates, and bouncers--do their best to shield her from their sadistic cocaine-trafficking boss, Carlos. They don't realize her daddy issues come with a forty-million-dollar trust fund and a legacy she would do anything to escape.

She is actually Violetta Rabbotino, who had been all over the news ten years earlier when her father, an acclaimed abstract artist, came home in a rage, murdered her mother, then turned the gun on himself. Young Violetta was spared, hidden behind the family Christmas tree, veiled by the mysticism of its pretty lights whose unadulterated love captivated and calmed her.

Now, desperate to shed her role as orphaned victim, Via stage dives into a one-hundred-day adventure with Matt and Nick, the bassist and drummer of popular nineties cover band Obliviot. The rock-and-roll lifestyle is the perfect distraction--until she is rattled by true love. As Christmas looms closer, her notorious past becomes undeniable. How will she ever untangle herself from her twisted string of pretty lights?

August 25 – Keep Calm and Blog On – Review

August 26 – Jersey Girl Book Reviews – Review & Excerpt

August 27 – Ski- Wee’s Book Corner – Excerpt

August 28 – Chick Lit Plus – Review

August 29 – Little Miss Drama Queen – Review & Excerpt

September 1 – Storm Goddess Book Reviews – Review & Excerpt

Author Bio

Ina Zajac is an award-winning journalist, avid people watcher, and lover of quirk and contrast. Her writing is heavily influenced by her fascination with music, art, and her hometown of Seattle. 
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Praise for Please, Pretty Lights:
Dark, gritty, and intoxicating...exactly how I like it. Please, Pretty Lights, a poignant portrait of music, drugs and relationships, is harrowing at times and masterly written. It's easily one of my favorite books of the year. – Marni Mann, author of Memoirs Aren’t Fairytales

Zajac is a strong, STRONG writer with a touch
that can be poetic or gritty, as the situation requires.
—Conrad Wesselhoeft, author of Adios, Nirvana and Dirt Bikes, Drones,
and Other Ways to Fly

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Thursday, August 7, 2014

The Mission by CC Solomon

Rule #6: Be mysterious, but always approachable…keep him wanting more!
Rule #11: Always remember, no sex in the beginning. Make him wait!
Rule #19: You’ve got to give a little to get a little. Be giving of yourself, and it will make a lasting impression to keep your Mr. Right.
Sheila and Denise are successful, funny and attractive, but very single women. Not that being single is horrible; but when Denise is hassled to have a date to an old friend’s wedding-of-the-century, and Shelia needs an escort to an industry banquet where everyone who’s anyone will be in attendance, being single loses its perks. To add to the dilemma, Sheila tells a little white lie to her workplace nemesis about dating a successful music producer, which explodes into a career-threatening rumor. Under extreme pressure from family, friends and coworkers, they resort to making a pact. Their Mission: Get A Man in Three Months. They will use “proven” rules to finding their Mr. Rights. Rules that worked for a friend of a friend …how hard could it be?

Join them in their hilarious, and sometimes heartbreaking adventures as chapter by chapter they follow a new rule, and delve into the treacherous world of Washington, D.C. dating. The gal pals suffer through speed dating (Sam Needs-a-Bath). They allow themselves to be set up on blind dates (Bitter Crying Kevin). They try a dating service (Apron-Strings Adrian). They try the bar scene (Smoky the Bear who smokes more than cigars). They even meet men in the beauty salon (Javier Not Quite Straight). And there’s more, much more. Surrounded by family drama, workplace stressors and their own hang-ups about love, will the rules actually help them find their Mr. Rights in time for their events?

August 18 – Chick Lit Club Connect – Guest Post

August 19 – Second Bookshelf on the Right – Q&A

August 21 – Fiction Dreams – Q&A

August 26 – The Modern Jane Austen – Excerpt

August 27 – Little Miss Drama Queen – Review & Excerpt

August 28 – Relatively Yours – Guest Post

September 1 – Keep Calm and Blog On – Review

September 1 – Chick Lit Goddess – Guest Post

September 2 – Two Children and a Migraine – Review, Guest Post & Excerpt

September 3 – Karma For Life Chick – Review

September 4 – Ski-Wee’s Book Corner – Review

September 5 – Jersey Girl Book Reviews – Review, Guest Post & Excerpt

September 5 – Chicks That Reads – Guest Post & Excerpt

September 8 – Book Suburbia – Excerpt

September 8 – The East Village – Review 

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Author Bio:

C.C. is originally from Baltimore, Maryland and has actively written fiction since the age of eleven. She is an avid “chick lit” reader and urban fantasy fan. In 2012, she participated as a writer and actress in the 48 hour film project. In her other life, she works in Equal Employment and Civil Rights for the Federal Government. Before becoming a public servant, C.C. briefly practiced law after graduating from the University of Maryland School of Law. C.C. currently resides in the Washington D.C. area and is an active blogger. The Mission is C.C.’s first novel and she is working on her next novel in the genre of urban fantasy.

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