Posts Tagged ‘2006’
Shannon C.’s review of A Hunger Like No Other (Immortals After Dark, Book 1) by Kresley Cole Paranormal romance released by Pocket Star 28 Mar 06 There are some authors who, just for existing, earn my slavering fangirly devotion. With the first book in her Immortals After Dark series, Kresley Cole has cemented herself as [...]
Gwen is thinking CRAZY crazy things…. and saying things like keep 2 years of our amazingness active and permanently archiving the rest? Or some such crazy talk… it started with me saying Gwen find this post (which oddly didn’t exist… go figure)… so what do you think of this crazy gwen-like talk of ditching old [...]
I have been reminded that not EVERYONE hangs on my every ssqqquuueee and some may have no fucking clue what the hell I was talking about with my post the other day. To which my response was and this is different from any other day/subject/post how? I am still waiting for an answer. It did [...]
These are reviews of five short, erotic titles from various publishers, in various flavors. They are a bit too short to review on their own without the review being almost as long as the story, so I have put together five “Lightning Reviews.” Read on if you’re wearing rubber soled shoes…
Bella, Bella, Bella… I do understand you want to be a writer when you grow up. Since you may need these author peeps or their publishers it has always seemed you didn’t want to really review the books. Bella, I think that is fabulous because fangirls need a home too. But I do think it [...]
The Harlequin by Laurell K Hamilton ***JUNE 5, 2007*** EDWARD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Okay I am easy… I will cry if this sucks. ETS: Was it ever confirmed that someone is dying in this one? Cuz I will just stop sqqquueee now if so. Anyone? Hell anyone still reading Anita? Anita Blake is about to face the challenge [...]
link if box is missing again You Tube hates me… why? Now we can all have it stuck in our heads *g*. You are most welcome. So what new books are you coveting? The end of November books are out at WallyWorld…
Dear Self, You have read The Texas Ranger. You did not like The Texas Ranger. In fact you didn’t even blog about this book because no one had annoyed you enough that week to make them read about your dislike of this book. For the love of all that is holy – stop buying this [...]
A few weeks back I went on a Sue glom (like Devon well at least in the case of one sue.). The Sue’s being Suzanne Brockmann and Susan Elizabeth Phillips . My first Brockmann read was: Letters to Kelly
I think I have asked this before… maybe… What’s up with all the Liquid Silver Books being republished at Samhain? Are they just being cleaned up editing wise and then printed? Do they have to sell a certain number to go to print or is it a sure thing? And why didn’t LSB print them? [...]
Sybil’s review of The Inconvenient Duchess by Christine Merrill Regency Historical Romance published by Harlequin Historical Christine Merrill is a new to me HH author and even though The Inconvenient Duchess was a Regency novel I picked it up. Has anyone else read it? My copy is screwed up. Letters are missing at the end [...]
Love Jo Goodman’s new format.
It annoys me (again from Karen Fox): Audrey LeFehr buys contemporary romance, historical romance, romantic suspense, women’s fiction, thrillers and Aphrodisia. Aphrodisia is actually erotica, not romance. They are called erotic romance for the booksellers. They’re always looking for talent. You can query Audrey in email, then send in entire manuscript if requested.
Quill Awards Nominees up for votingthey say: The Quills celebrates the best books of the year in nineteen popular categories, ranging from romance to biography to graphic novels. then give us these five books to vote on: Nominees in the Romance category Blue Smoke Blue Smoke – Nora Roberts The Masque of the Black Tulip [...]
[click the question to see answer] First up the easy question, what is your current release? My current release is ASK FOR IT, a Brava historical. There are a lot of reasons why it means a lot to me, not the least of which is that it’s the first book I ever wrote.