Tag Archives: First in a Series

  1. Review + Giveaway: The Letting by Cathrine GoldStein


    December 15, 2014 by mmileti

    The Letting by Cathrine Goldstein  Release Date: 12/15/14 335 pages Summary: What if the Devil doesn’t know he’s the Devil? This …
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  2. Release WeeK and Excerpt: Wicked by Jennifer L. Armentrout


    December 12, 2014 by mmileti

    Here is the Release Day Launch for Jennifer L. Armentrout’s WICKED! WICKED is a New Adult Paranormal Romance and the …
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  3. Review and Giveaway: Lichgates by S.M. Boyce


    December 10, 2014 by mmileti

    Welcome to my tour stop for Lichgates by S.M. Boyce. This is a review tour that runs December 1-12. Lichgates …
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  4. Review and Giveaway: Anomaly by Tonya Kuper


    November 28, 2014 by mmileti

    Anomaly (Schrodinger’s Consortium #1) by Tonya Kuper Release Date: 11/25/14 Entangled Teen Summary from Goodreads: Reality is only an illusion. Except for …
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  5. Book Blitz and Giveaway: Out of Sync by A. Bin Juran


    November 23, 2014 by mmileti

    This post contains an excerpt of the book, an interview with the author, and don’t miss the 2 GIVEAWAYS at the end …
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  6. Blog Tour (Review, Giveaway, Excerpt): Henge by Realm Lovejoy


    November 18, 2014 by mmileti

    Welcome to the Book Tour for Henge by Realm Lovejoy.   Don’t forget to check out the GIVEAWAY at the end …
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  7. Excerpt: Raven by Pauline Creeden


    October 31, 2014 by mmileti

    Raven (Chronicles of Steele #1) by Pauline Creeden  Released Date: 10/2014 Summary from Goodreads: This is the complete Steampunk Fantasy novel – …
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