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Audio Review: Grave Memory by Kalayna Price

Audio Review: Grave Memory by Kalayna Price

Title: Grave MemorySeries: Alex Craft #3Author: Kalayna PriceNarrator: Emily DurantePublisher: Tantor MediaFormat: Audio, 12 hrs & 37 minsPublished: July 3, 2012ASIN #: B008GZW4E6Genre: Urban FantasyMy Copy: purchasedRating:Buy: In the latest book in Kalayna Price’s gripping urban fantasy series, Alex Craft searches for answers when a string of suicides occurs in Nekros City. As a Grave […]

— Posted August 26, 2012 by Carmel / 9 Comments
Stomp vs Romp: 5 Pieces of Advice for Surviving an Action Sequence by Gwenda Bond

Stomp vs Romp: 5 Pieces of Advice for Surviving an Action Sequence by Gwenda Bond

In addition to writing novels (like my very first one, Blackwood *plants subliminal message* out soooon, please to consider purchasing *end subliminal message*), I also occasionally dispense advice in Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet as Dear Aunt Gwenda. So, when the fabulous Carmel invited me to represent Team Stomp with a guest post in this epic […]

— Posted August 24, 2012 by Carmel / 8 Comments
Josh Reviews: Blackwood by Gwenda Bond

Josh Reviews: Blackwood by Gwenda Bond

Title: BlackwoodAuthor: Gwenda BondPublisher: Strange ChemistryFormat: Paperback, 416 pagesPublished: September 4th, 2012ISBN #: 9781908844078/ 1908844078 Genre: Young AdultMy Copy: From the AuthorRating:Buy: On Roanoke Island, the legend of the 114 people who mysteriously vanished from the Lost Colony hundreds of years ago is just an outdoor drama for the tourists, a story people tell. But […]

— Posted August 23, 2012 by Joshua Burns / 4 Comments
Stomp VS Romp: Brawling with Katie Reus

Stomp VS Romp: Brawling with Katie Reus

Thanks so much to Carmel for having me here today as part of Stomp vs. Romp! Team Stomp all the way 😉 The lupine shifters in my Moon Shifter series come from a background of violence and fighting. Before they revealed themselves to the human world and fully integrated into ‘civilized’ society, shifters, vampires and […]

— Posted August 22, 2012 by Carmel / 15 Comments