new coming this weekHello everyone and happy August! (Where did that come from I ask you? How has this summer just flown by like that?)

Another busy week here so I will just toss out a few reminders.  First off, just wanted to mention our new Feature of the Week post on Sunday afternoons. Each week I am highlighting a feature of the blog to help you find things and get around more easily.  Look for that later today and check out the previous Features of the Week.

We don’t do many Saturday posts but we had one this week where Bryan Keating came by to talk about his new book Paused and to share a copy to give away.  We have guest posts here pretty much every day Monday-Friday and almost all of them come with the chance to win goodies, so be sure to check out Bryan’s post as well as the other daily guest posts.

We also have lots of other great stuff coming up this week as we enter our last month of (northern hemisphere) Summer.  Here is what we have planned…

  • Review: Blood & Thunder by Charlie Cochet (Jay)
  • Guest Post and Giveaway: Names Can Never Hurt Me by Wade Kelly
  • Review: Playing the Rebound by Jeff Adams (Jason)
  • Reviwe: Caged by Bey Deckard (Michelle)

  • Review: Tiger Boys by Linda Gayle (Jay)
  • Giveaway: Dead Man & the Army of Frogs by Lou Harper
  • Review: Open Endings by Megan Linden (Kris)
  • Review: Flare Up by Laura Harner (Crissy)

  • July’s Favorite Books
  • July’s Favorite Covers
  • Review: Breakfall by Kate Pavelle (Jason)
  • Guest Post and Giveaway: Mickie Ashling
  • Review: The Merman and the Barbarian Pirate by Kay Berrisford (Sammy)

  • Throwback Thursday Review: Resistance by L.M. Turner (Jay)
  • Review: It’s Not Easy by Nic Starr (Kris)
  • Guest Post: Damon Suede
  • Review: Quality Assurance by Sasha Miller (Crissy)
  • Review: Dance by Teodora Kostova (Michelle)

  • Guest Post and Giveaway: BAMF by SJD Peterson
  • Review: Dead Man & the Army of Frogs by Lou Harper (Jay)
  • Review: Sealed by Fire by A. Catherine Noon and Rachel Wilder (Crissy)
  • Review: Bible Boys by Dan Skinner (Sammy)

That should do it! Thanks!

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