Posts Categorized: Guest Post

Nov 16 2013
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A Clear Conscience by Frances Fyfield – Guest Post + Giveaway

A Clear Conscience by Frances Fyfield – Guest Post + Giveaway

A Clear Conscience by Frances Fyfield
A Helen West Mystery: Helen West #5
Genre: Mystery, Crime, Thriller
Publication Date: November 5, 2013
Publisher: Witness Impulse, an imprint of HarperCollins
Event organized by: Literati Author Services, Inc.

Helen West, Crown prosecutor in domestic violence court, is working up a good case of burnout: justice-by-the-book doesn’t seem to be working for the women she represents. Plus, Helen’s love affair with Police Superintendent Geoffrey Bailey is losing its fire. Things suddenly heat up when Helen learns that humble Cath, her cleaning woman, is being beaten by her husband. Cath has no family-her beautiful brother, Damien, has recently been brutally murdered-and needs all the help she can get. But as the truth of Cath’s young …

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Nov 06 2013
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Unscripted by Jayne Denker

Unscripted by Jayne Denker

Unscripted by Jayne Denker

One of Hollywood’s hardest working women is about to discover there’s a lot more drama behind the camera than in front of it…

Faith “Freakin’” Sinclair probably shouldn’t have called her boss a perv…or grabbed his “privates.” But as creator of the hit dramedy Modern Women she’d had enough of his sexist insults. Now she’s untouchable in the industry—not in a good way. The only way to redeem herself is to convince Alex the wildly popular wildly demanding former star of her show to come back. But there’s one obstacle in her way—one very handsome broad-shouldered obstacle…

Professor Mason Mitchell is head of the theater department where Alex is studying “real” acting. The only way he’ll let Faith …

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Oct 16 2013
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Killer Image by Wendy Tyson – Guest Post

Killer Image by Wendy Tyson – Guest Post

Killer Image by Wendy Tyson

As Philadelphia’s premier image consultant, Allison Campbell helps others reinvent themselves, but her most successful transformation was her own after a scandal nearly ruined her. Now she moves in a world of powerful executives, wealthy, eccentric ex-wives and twisted ethics.

When Allison’s latest Main Line client, the fifteen-year-old Goth daughter of a White House hopeful, is accused of the ritualistic murder of a local divorce attorney, Allison fights to prove her client’s innocence when no one else will. But unraveling the truth brings specters from her own past. And in a place where image is everything, the ability to distinguish what’s real from the facade may be the only thing that keeps Allison alive.

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Oct 04 2013
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A Secondhand Murder by Lesley Diehl

A Secondhand Murder by Lesley Diehl

A Secondhand Murder

by Lesley Diehl

on Tour October 1 – November 30, 2013

Book Details:

Genre: Cozy Mystery
Published by: Camel Press
Publication Date: 9/15/2013
Number of Pages: 260
ISBN: 978-1-60381-935-0
Purchase Links:

Synopsis:

Spunky and outspoken Eve Appel moves from Connecticut to rural Florida intent on starting a new life, free of drama, and more importantly, her soon-to-be ex-husband. The rural Florida town of Sabal Bay, situated only an hour from West Palm, proves to be the perfect spot for her consignment store. Thanks to the recent economic downturn, Florida’s society matrons need a place to discreetly sell their stuff and pick up expensive-looking bargains. But Eve’s life, and her business with it, is turned upside down when a wealthy customer is found stabbed to …

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Oct 02 2013
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The Preservationist by Justin Kramon

The Preservationist by Justin Kramon

The Preservationist

by Justin Kramon

on Tour October 1 – November 30, 2013

Book Details:

Genre: Thriller / Psychological Thriller / Women’s Fiction
Published by: Pegasus/Norton
Publication Date: 10/15/13
Number of Pages: 288
ISBN: 978-1-60598-480-3
Purchase Links:

** Note: Explicit sexual scenes

Synopsis:

To Sam Blount, meeting Julia is the best thing that has ever happened to him. Working at the local college and unsuccessful in his previous relationships, he’d been feeling troubled about his approaching fortieth birthday, “a great beast of a birthday,” as he sees it, but being with Julia makes him feel young and hopeful. Julia Stilwell, a freshman trying to come to terms with a recent tragedy that has stripped her of her greatest talent, is flattered …

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Sep 28 2013
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Handcrafted leather journals from jennibick.com

Thank you for this guest post.

Recent research suggests that journaling, or writing down one’s feelings or experiences down on paper, may have some deep healing effects on the psyche. In fact, many psychologists believe that journaling is an effective way to deal with harbored emotions and stifled memories, and may help relieve negative emotions, if only temporarily. Many individuals keep a journal, or what is commonly referred to as a diary, to recount their journey through life. Some people even keep gratitude journals which they believe helps to keep them staying grounded and happy throughout the day.

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Sep 20 2013
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Maven and Nemesis by S. A. Huchton – Tens List, Review + Giveaway

Maven and Nemesis by S. A. Huchton – Tens List, Review + Giveaway

Disclosure: I received electronic copies of the book(s) here in exchange for a fair and honest review. My opinion is my own and was not influenced by anything.

Maven By S. A. Huchton
The Endure series, book 1
Genre: New Adult Sci-Fi Romance
Available Now: Amazon | Goodreads | Barnes & Noble | Smashwords

How far would you go for love?

Since losing her parents at 14, young prodigy Dr. Lydia Ashley has focused on one thing: an appointment on the Deep Water Research Command Endure. Now 21, she’s about to realize that dream, but nothing is how she imagined it would be. Her transitional sponsor forgets her, her new lab is in complete chaos, and, …

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Sep 19 2013
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Designed to Death by Christina Freeburn – Guest Post + Review

Designed to Death by Christina Freeburn – Guest Post + Review

Designed to Death by Christina Freeburn
Genre: Cozy Mystery – 2nd in Scrap This Series
Published by: Henery Press
Release Date: September 10, 2013
Number of Pages: 288

Faith Hunter planned the perfect event at her grandmother’s shop, Scrap This, featuring local scrapbooker and Life Artist Diva, Belinda Watson. But the extravaganza goes up in a cloud of glitter when Belinda and her cousin, Darlene, brawl over scraplifted designs. Faith attempts to break it up, but only makes things worse. Then when Belinda turns up dead behind the Scrap This store, Faith’s involvement goes viral.

As accusations against her turn vicious, Faith sets out to prove her nemesis, Darlene, committed the crime, only to realize they are both innocent. Now they must team up or …

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Sep 16 2013
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Consonance by Lisa Malabanan – Guest Post

Consonance by Lisa Malabanan – Guest Post

Consonance by Lisa Malabanan
Published: August 25, 2012.
Genre: Chick Lit, Contemporary, Romance
Print Length: 369 pages

Elle Martins is a gifted musician ready to start her first year at College. She is not alone. Elle has the security of her best friends and boyfriend nearby, attending the same University. Everything seems new and exciting, but the moment she joins a rock group, her life changes. The band becomes a favorite among the college crowd. Their performances are a hit thanks to Elle’s musical genius, and the band garners recognition from a major record label.

Throughout the school year, Elle struggles over music, decisions, insecurities, and most of all, love. She is grateful for many amazing opportunities, yet the chance of a lifetime is …

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Sep 10 2013
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7 Surprising Facts About Me Few People Know by Peter Palmieri

7 Surprising Facts About Me Few People Know by Peter Palmieri

7 Surprising Facts About Me Few People Know by Peter Palmieri
Author of The Art of Forgetting

1. I was raised in a home with no television and no refrigerator.

We did have complete (if outdated) sets of Encyclopedia Britannica and Encyclopedia Americana that helped pass the time on rainy days and in the evening after it got too dark to play outside. My aunt – who raised me from the age of five — bought fresh food every day during the summer. In the winter, our entire terrace became a freezer. I don’t remember a single instance when our food spoiled or when I couldn’t find something to keep me entertained.

2. I was a remarkably dumb …

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