State of the TAM - 9 Dec

Tinsel, Tinsel, everywhere!

What’s Up?

My house looks like Christmas threw up on it, and that’s how I like it!

If it isn’t covered with tinsel, it has a wreath on it. Both options come with fairy lights to add EXTRA FREAKING SPARKLE. I even have my Yule Logs set up for that extra-special Christmas touch. I’ve hooked it all up to Alexa so when I tell her to ‘MAKE CHRISTMAS HAPPEN!’ all the lights come on and she starts to play Little Drummer Boy by King and Country.

In between aggressive Christmas I also interviewed fellow author and awesome person Bru Baker about her upcoming novella, Downward Facing Dreamboat from Dreamspinner Press. Check it out! Then go buy her book, it looks awesome.

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Later on this week I’m also doing a VERY EXCITING INSTAGRAM EVENT with Bru! Friday afternoon (her time, evening here so expect the full fairy lights spectacle!) we’ll be on her instagram to chat about books, our Christmas plans, whether or not I could get to her house and smuggle her puppy back to Northern Ireland, and any questions that you guys might have!

After that it won’t be long until the blog tour for SWIPE by TA Moore starts. Check out all the stops to find out more about the novel, what I have planned for Plenty in future, and get a chance to win prizes!

A Novel of Plenty, California

As one of the top trauma surgeons in Plenty’s ER, Dr. Taggart Hayes knows how to fix broken things—fractured legs, ruptured spleens, allergies, and traumatic brain injuries. He can put them back together good as new. 

A broken heart, though? That’s a bit trickier. Especially when it’s his own. 

When Tag swipes on the photo of the hot man in the dating app, he just wants a distraction from the wreck that used to be his life. A one-night stand with a safely inappropriate stranger, no names, no feelings, and no complications. 

But the headless photo on the app belongs to a man who isn’t so easy to forget the next day... or the next week. And it becomes increasingly clear that Bass is neither safe nor uncomplicated. Drawn into the dark, criminal underworld his lover inhabits, Tag has to decide if the cure for his broken heart is worse than the disease.

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FINALLY! In honor of the holidays I’m going to give away a $35 Holiday Box of romance from Love’s Sweet Arrow. So follow the link to enter!

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Book Rec of the Week

Check out Love in 24 Frames by C.S Poe. It brings three of the loves in her life (New York, writing, and film-making) and as always she does them justice in this Advent Short. Check it out!

Love in 24 Frames

Declan Groves is a CPA in New York City. His adult life is dictated by routine and borderline monotony. The need to express himself, in ways his career and crippling shyness have never allowed, leads Declan to becoming an amateur stop-motion filmmaker.

The one problem is that Declan is also in love with the Wandering Artist Studios receptionist Shota Watanabe. Shota has always had a smile and engaging comment ready for Declan, but even if it is more than casual politeness, Declan hasn’t been able to get out more than a tongue-tied sentence at a time. And a man like Shota surely has no intention of waiting forever.

So when an unexpected change to Declan’s daily schedule throws the two together outside of the studio, it might be the catalyst needed to explore what’s unspoken between them. But if they’re to have a future, Declan needs to find a way to tell Shota how he truly feels.

A story from the Dreamspinner Press 2019 Advent Calendar "Homemade for the Holidays."

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Deal of the Day

Get the Honeymoon Cottage by Matt Brooks ebook for $1.50. Sale ends December 9, 2019 at 11:59 PM ET.

It’s 1962, and Dale Parker has been on his own for two years, ever since his small-town family disowned him on the suspicion of homosexuality. He works as a waiter in a Southern California coastal restaurant, but his life is going nowhere fast: he has no real education and has never had a real relationship. So when he finds himself falling in love with Rey Durán, one of his customers, he knows he’s in over his head.

Rey is nearly twice Dale’s age and a descendant of one of the original Spanish land grant families in California. He’s had plenty of disappointments in love, and that’s what he’s come to expect. He loves Dale, but Dale is a young, poor, uneducated Anglo—how can their differences be anything but insurmountable?

Determined to overcome the obstacles and prove himself to Rey, Dale sets out to finish his education and settle down. He wins over Rey’s family, starts learning Spanish, and adopts a culture vastly different from his own. But as Dale matures, Rey becomes less sure of his own commitment—which could lead to the heartbreak he’s been expecting all along.

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November 27, 2019

Must Read of the Week

This is fascinating. I am always fascinated by the idea that how we perceive the world is inextricably shaped by how we talk about that perception. If you don’t have a word for a color, is that just a linguistic gap or does the color just not exist for you?

Maybe it’s because I’m a little bit colourblind? I only realized earlier this year that my friends lived in a much pinker world than mine. It was oddly…discombobulating to realize that my world view was quite off.

The Greeks would have understood.

The Sea Was Never Blue

The Greek color experience was made of movement and shimmer. Can we ever glimpse what they saw when gazing out to sea?


Homer used two adjectives to describe aspects of the colour blue: kuaneos, to denote a dark shade of blue merging into black; and glaukos, to describe a sort of ‘blue-grey’, notably used in Athena’s epithet glaukopis, her ‘grey-gleaming eyes’. He describes the sky as big, starry, or of iron or bronze (because of its solid fixity). The tints of a rough sea range from ‘whitish’ (polios) and ‘blue-grey’ (glaukos) to deep blue and almost black (kuaneos, melas). The sea in its calm expanse is said to be ‘pansy-like’ (ioeides), ‘wine-like’ (oinops), or purple (porphureos). But whether sea or sky, it is never just ‘blue’. In fact, within the entirety of Ancient Greek literature you cannot find a single pure blue sea or sky.

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Oh, I wish! I have GF Christmas pudding for Christmas day, but I would nom this entire wee cake!

State of the TAM-2 Dec

Hit the lights!

What’s Up?

This week I am writing, working on the Sekrit Project of Sekritness, and buying Christmas presents for friends and family. I also need to decide if I want to make a GF cake (I don’t, not really) or just buy some GF buns (I do!). I will be making GF sausage rolls, since I refuse to have Christmas without sausage rolls, and GF stuffing.

My stuffing is DELICIOUS.

Next week I have a couple of meetings up in Belfast. Meetings that I will also use as an excuse to sneak off and roam around the Christmas Market for a bit. Hot chocolate and special fruity nougat sweets for the win!

In other news my dear friend, and one of the Five, Jenn Moffatt’s novella Christmas Ghosts is in the Dreamspinner’s 2019 Advent Calendar. You should definitely check it out!

Christmas Ghosts

Dealing with the unexpected loss of his mother isn’t how carpenter Steve Browning planned to spend his Christmas. Hoping her costume jewelry can bring some happiness to others, he takes it to the local community theater, where he runs into his first love, Troy Baxter.

Troy’s trying to help his sister put on a gender-fluid version of A Christmas Carol, but no one on the cast or crew knows which end of a hammer to hold let alone use a power tool. Then a face from the past brings a present-day miracle… one that could lead to the happy future they both thought they gave up back in high school.

A story from the Dreamspinner Press 2019 Advent Calendar "Homemade for the Holidays."

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Me with sausage rolls :D

Book Rec of the Week

Liar, Liar by TA Moore (aka ME!)

Spend Christmas with a liar, his boyfriend (sorta), and the thugs that want to kill them. What? It’s set in December, even if there’s not much festive spirit :D.

I have to admit that Jacob, untrustworthy little sod that he is, is one of my favourite characters. He doesn’t deserve it, at all mind you!

Liar, Liar

Just another day at the office. 

For some people that means spreadsheets, and for others it’s stitching endless hems. For Jacob Archer a day at the office is stealing proprietary information from a bioengineering firm for a paranoid software billionaire. He’s a liar and a thief, parlaying a glib tongue and a facile conscience into a lucrative career. He just has one rule—never get involved with a mark. 

Well, had one rule. To be fair, though, Simon Ramsey is dark, dangerous, and has shoulders like a Greek statue. Besides, it’s not as though Jacob’s even really stealing from Simon… just his boss and his brother-in-law. Simon didn’t buy that excuse either after he caught Jacob breaking into the company’s computer network. 

That would have been that—one messy breakup, one ticket to Bali booked—but it turns out that the stolen information is worth more than Jacob thought. With his life—and his ribs—threatened, Jacob needs Simon to help him out. Or maybe he just needs Simon.

Cover Artist: Anne Cain

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I love this ad so much!

Deal of the Week

Get The Lonely War by Alan Chin ebook for $1.75 from Dreamspinner Press. Sale ends December 2, 2019 at 11:59 PM ET.

The realities of war are brutal for any man, but for a Buddhist like Andrew Waters, they’re unthinkable. And reconciling his serene nature with the savagery of World War II isn’t the only challenge Andrew faces. First, he must overcome the deep prejudice his half-Chinese ancestry evokes from his shipmates, a feat he manages by providing them with the best meals any destroyer crew ever had. Then he falls in love with his superior officer, and the two men struggle to satisfy their growing passion within the confines of the military code of conduct. In a distracted moment, he reveals his sexuality to the crew, and his effort to serve his country seems doomed.

When the ship is destroyed, Andrew and the crew are interned in Changi, a notorious Japanese POW camp. In order to save the life of the man he loves, Andrew agrees to become the commandant's whore. He uses his influence with the commandant to help his crew survive the hideous conditions, but will they understand his sacrifice or condemn him as a traitor? 

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I thought this was Death, with his scythe, wooing a soon to be dead girl at first glance. It is still very pretty!

Must Read of the Week

This is a very important article, particularly at this time of year.

We Tried 8 Methods of Cooking Bacon and Found an Absolute Winner

People often joke that bacon makes everything better. I tend to agree. I use it a lot as a flavoring agent in recipes — a slice or two to infuse a pot of dried beans with porky richness, for example. But on #treatyoself days, I’ll cook up a mess of bacon as a more substantial component to a dish, or as a standalone food. This is the bacon to pile onto burgers or BLTs, or to enjoy alongside pancakes or waffles, dragging the strips through syrup or runny egg yolks. 

Yet I’ve never had a consistent, go-to method for cooking that bacon. I’ve cooked it in a skillet and in the oven, and I’ve resorted to the microwave when I was in a hurry. I’ve read about air fryer and sous vide methods I’d like to try, as well as other hacks for easier cleanup or better texture. 

To find which method or methods work best, I tested eight that are touted by trusted website sources and compared the results side-by-side. My house smelled amazing, by the way, and my sons and husband were delighted to help me taste test.

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I actually love this Batman :D

State of the TAM - 25 Nov

Sass and special projects

It is very cold here after San Diego and I have yet to readapt. At the time of writing this I am-unashamedly-wearing a bear onesie and fuzzy socks. I answered the door to the postman in it too. He’s fine, it wasn’t the first time this has happened.

So, if any of you guys follow me on Facebook I promised you some news. Well, very veiled news as it still Super Sekrit! It still counts.

I am working on a VERY COOL anthology with some great writers. I’m very excited about it and it will probably be out for GRL next year, so you can keep a beady eye on that. Genuinely can’t wait! Based on what I’ve heard from the other writers about their stories, I think you’re going to really enjoy it.

I’m having a great time with it so far and have tentatively titled my story ‘Stitch in Time’. That could change!

In other news, it’s nose to the grindstone for me this week. I need to get my current WIP finished for the end of the month so I need to knuckle down. That way I can take a break to Christmas the place UP with no guilt.

You will get pictures once I’m all done, don’t worry!

Oh and in honour of the coming season, check out my Christmas novella from Dreamspinner, Ghostwriter of Christmas Past. It’s very cute! There’s even a fluffy reindeer!

I travel in the most comfortable clothes I can find. It is only social pressure that prevents me rolling up in my jammies. Still, I admire this woman!

Book Rec of the Week

I love Bru Baker’s paranormal romance series Camp H.O.W.L, but don’t forget she writes some great contemporary romances too. If you’re looking for a great, sweet read in the lead up to Christmas without drowning in Yuletide trappings then check out Downward Facing Dreamboat by Bru Baker.

Downward Facing Dreamboat

Love is trying to catch up to two lonely men. Can they stop long enough to let it?

Running defines Kincaid’s life. It’s not until he loses it that he realizes how isolated he’s become. But even if an injury hadn’t forced him to slow down, the hottie in the yoga studio would have given him pause. In fact, admiring the man each morning is the only thing keeping the spring in his step when it feels like he’s lost everything.

Owen’s busy life as a yoga instructor doesn’t leave him much time to meet guys, let alone date. He’s convinced his passion for helping people is worth the sacrifice, but he’s willing to spare a few moments for the cutie who walks past the studio every morning.

When their lives intersect and romance is set in motion, they stumble off the starting block. But no matter the obstacles in their path, this race won’t be over until they reach the finish… together.

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I love this sweet chonker! I’m so glad he got a good home.

It feels SO good to see BeeJay with the Downstairs Crew. He’s really coming into his personality with us. I spent a ton of time this weekend looking back through his IG and my photos and videos of him, remembering all the progress we’ve made up to now. Thanks to all of you for your encouragement this weekend! We made huge strides!!! Also! SO many of you have asked me if @morrisanimalrefuge will sell the famous “CHONK” shirts again. They’re back on sale! Head to our Stories for a swipe up link to grab yours and make sure you tell your friends. Remember! 100% of those proceeds go straight to Morris so they can do the amazing work they do! Happy Monday’ friends!!
November 25, 2019

Deal of the Day

Get an ebook of You Can’t Tell by Looking by Russell J. Sanders for $1.50. Sale ends November 25, 2019 at 11:59 PM ET.

Gabe Dillon’s life changes when he gazes across his new school’s commons and spies handsome Kerem Uzun, and he wants to know more. Kerem is senior class president. He is mostly very well-liked. He comes from a family of doctors, is of Turkish heritage, and he is Muslim. 

At first, Gabe doesn’t understand the ritual he sees Kerem performing. But as the boys bond, Gabe is eager to learn about Islam. He’s falling in with a boy who may or may not be gay, a boy whose religion may condemn Gabe’s open homosexuality. 

Complicating the budding relationship is Timur, Kerem’s cousin, who has grown up alongside Kerem as his brother. A family tragedy left Timur homeless, and Kerem’s parents took him in. But as Kerem grows into his own way of looking at life and how it fits into his devout practice of his faith, Timur is becoming more fundamental in his practice of Islam. And he isn’t the only one opposed to the friendship between Kerem and Gabe. Can they forge a lasting relationship amid so many challenges?

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Yay! Whoot to the Poe!

Voting in the Goodreads M/M Romance Members' Choice Awards begins December 7th! C.S. Poe titles have been nominated in the following categories:

The Mystery of the Bones:
Book of the Year
Best Main Character
Best Law Enforcement
Best Mystery/Whodunit
That Turtle Story:
Best Short Story
Footsteps in the Dark:
Best Anthology
Southernmost Murder:
Audiobook Narration of the Year (Wyatt Baker)
C.S. Poe:
All-Time Favorite M/M Author
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November 25, 2019

Must Read of the Week

To be honest the intensity of the reaction around ‘Ok Boomer’ caught me off guard. Maybe it comes of being Gen-X, who most people just forget about (I did hear we’ve been tagged as the Karen generation, which is just predictably a second thought and not particularly catchy). This is an interesting look at the meme and what it represents.

“OK boomer” isn’t just about the past. It’s about our apocalyptic future.

For a long time now, the cross-generational dialogue between baby boomers and millennials has been built atop several recurring themes. Boomers — the generation born roughly between 1946 and 1965 — scoff that millennials expect “participation trophies” for doing the bare minimum. Millennials say boomers are “out of touch.” Millennials (born roughly between 1980 and 1996) are “killing” once-stable industries like cereal by saving money, spending less, and “eating avocados.” Boomers have “mortgaged the future” in exchange for hoarding wealth while also voting to end necessary social programs. Millennials would rather complain about student debt than buckle down, work hard, and “get a job.”

If anything, teens have been subjected to even harsher rhetorical maligning. Members of Generation Z, born roughly between 1996 and 2015, are portrayed as addicted to their phones, “intolerant” of their elders, and stuck in a “different world” thanks to the internet.

With all this repetitive back-and-forth — seriously, there are bingo cards — it’s no wonder the most polarizing meme of the year is a two-word dismissal of the whole debate. “OK boomer,” which floated into the internet mainstream and rapidly gained traction this fall, is an attempt by millennials and Gen Z to both encapsulate this circular argument and reject it entirely.

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This poster actually did its job and intrigued me about a movie I’d no interest in before.

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This is FASCINATING. Look at them go!

State of the TAM

Blog tours and bonuses

What’s Up?

First of all! Congratulations to Susana Perez, who won a $10 Dreamspinner Gift Card from the Prodigal cover reveal on Boy Meets Boy!

If you missed the big tah-dah, then here you go. The absolutely freaking gorgeous cover for Prodigal by TA Moore, which is out Feb next year but can be pre-ordered now.


It’s the first in the three book Lost and Found series.

Before Prodigal, however, we have….drum roll please…Swipe, which is out on Dec 31. The blog tour has just been finalised, so check it out below! (If it isn’t there, I forgot to grab my laptop at lunchtime and load the graphic. Don’t judge!)

Let’s see. What else. I’ve got nothing, unless you want to hear the details about my upcoming asthma check up? Even that isn’t very exciting. I just have to blow into a tube while the nurse tells me I can ‘do better than that’. Let me tell you, there’s little more deflating in the world than being told you’re flunking breath.

Book Rec of the Week

The Art of Possession
by Cari Z

There is little I love more in the world than A: capers and B: Treasure hunt capers. I was glued to Hooten and the Lady, I devoured the Vicky Bliss and Amelia Peabody series by Elisabeth Peters, and basically any pulp novel that contained the words ‘disgraced’ ‘treasure’ or ‘archaeologist’ in any combination.

So…Cari Z might as well have written this for me.

The Art of Possession

When a treasure-hunting black ops soldier and a disgraced, reckless archeologist team up in search of a priceless artifact, they might get more than they bargained for.

Ever since leaving the Green Berets to work in private security, Alex Tucker has longed for some excitement—and he’s about to get his wish.

Archeologist Malcolm Armstrong needs the chance to prove he isn’t a fraud. Along with Alex, he’s hired to track down and authenticate a valuable scepter, in a hunt that turns deadlier than either of them imagined as they search dangerous locations across three continents and try to stay ahead of the factions who want the treasure for themselves—and Malcolm and Alex dead.

Just as they realize the feelings between them transcend convenience and the thrill of the chase, a rival reemerges, threatening everything.

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In case you were wondering.

This makes me want to hunt out all my own Shadowrunner books.

Deal of the Week

Get the eBook of His Cursed Prince by Ryan Loveless for $1. Sale ends November 18, 2019 at 11:59 PM ET

Three facts about Tuckington Belle:

1. Given the choice between illegally scaling the royal castle’s walls to steal flowers for a client at his family’s dress shop or going on a date with a girl his brother set him up with (“He’s fertile, and he can sew!”), Tuck will scale the wall like a spider after a fly.

2. If, upon knocking himself unconscious when he falls off the wall, Tuck wakes up bruised, blindfolded, and inside the castle, where—based on the unearthly wails heard nightly—the prince no one has seen in ten years is probably a ghost, Tuck would still choose this over a date with a girl.

3. Tuck thinks it’s time to admit he’s gay.     

Three facts about Prince Frederick George Deor (Read and approved with great reluctance by Lord “Protocol is Protocol. Stop Being a Pain About It” Todd):

1. He brought a curse upon himself and now bears the skin of a snake. 

2. He can’t take his eyes off the injured thief recovering in the castle.

3. Friendships born from lying and insisting the other person wears a blindfold can blossom into true love—which he needs to break the curse.

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This is why we don’t pick up hitchhikers, Rhys! Also why we don’t hitchhike, since why does the guy driving that car make his wife and child sit in back? EASE OF STABBING is probably the answer.

This is so good. I often wish I could Art, but even if I could draw it would never be this good.

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Recover by David Ambarzumjan. Check out the rest of his work here.

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This is a fascinating read. Marie Allen Wilmerding doesn’t sound like she made a lot of good decisions, but she definitely deserved better treatment than she received.

Meet Marie Wilmerding, the Vanderbilt Heiress Who Was Involuntarily Institutionalized After Drinking and Smoking Her Way Across Europe

A profile shot of Marie Wilmerding, a Gilded Age socialite.

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a young woman in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a committee of older men to lock her up in a sanitarium against her wishes and take control of her estate. That’s part of the sad story of Marie Wilmerding, a Gilded Age society belle who was sent to the Bloomingdale Insane Asylum in White Plains, New York after selling some of her estate at a loss to fund a manic whisky-and-absinthe-fueled visit with her dying father in Capri in 1898.

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So wrong, but so impressive! Happy Thanksgiving!

Making the Raw Turkey Cake was filmed by Insider Dessert recently and they’ve just posted it. To see the whole film go to my Highlights, tap and follow link to IGTV.
It’s so nice to see it out as it’s one of my favourite creations - just so pretty! I first made it back in 2012 and it has delighted and revolted people ever since. Which side do you fall on?
If you want to make it then go to for some free instructions and templates.
(Yes I know Yolanda Gamp did a raw turkey cake, she is very welcome to make what ever she likes, I’m totally not into online hate stuff - let’s all create, share, have fun!)
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November 13, 2019

State of the TAM - 11 Nov

Home again!

What’s Up

So, that’s me done travelling for the year. Maybe a wee break in December to somewhere for a long weekend, but nowhere that needs me to change time zones. I love going to SEE my friends, but I hate the actual trip to get there. Even worse? The trip to get BACK.

Still, I had an AWESOME time while I was in the US. It’s always awesome to see Jenn and Rhys. We’ve been friends for yeeeeeeears now, and we don’t get to hang out enough. I also got to meet so many cool people at GRL and World Con, spend a few hours tormenting C.S. Poe, and go on Porkapalooza 2019 with Bru Baker.

Of course, next year I start to roam about again. I wrote a bit on Love Bytes about my planned schedule - although there might be a few things to add in. Come the day. I am hoping to go the Writer’s Police Academy, but you know. Hope isn’t do!

Oh and Angel Martinez did an awesome reading from Swipe, which will be out from Dreamspinner on Dec 31st.

How cool is that?


Book Rec of the Week

2019 Advent Anthology
by Various

Well, Halloween is over and, since we don’t have Thanksgiving in the UK, that means that Christmas or the winter celebration of your choice is coming! I don’t know WHERE the year went personally, but you can’t argue with the calendar can you?

So if you are in the mood for a nice yule story to tide you over the holiday season? Check out Dreamspinner’s Advent Calendar. I know a lot of really cool writers, like C.S. Poe, Jenn Moffatt, Kim Fielding, and Andrew Grey among others, nailed some mistletoe to their computers this year.

You can pre-order the full now, or wait until the different stories are released by themselves in December.

2019 Advent Calendar: Homemade for the Holidays - Full Set

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Deal of the Week

Well, two days. Still, it is well worth it. Get $11.11 off all orders of $30 or more at Dreamspinner. Check out the bestsellers and upcoming books to see if there is anything you fancy.


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Nice book shop! I will have to hunt it down next time I am in London.

Omg what a beautiful bookshop... stunning
(📸: @peter.rajkai)
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November 8, 2019

This is too cute!

It might not be Halloween anymore, but I’m always into the creepy! And there’s not much creeper than this!

This is beautiful!

At the end of one world, there always lies another.
Kristen Ciccarelli’s bestselling Iskari series comes to a captivating end with this final companion novel to The Last Namsara, which Tomi Adeyemi, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Children of Blood and Bone, calls “one of my favorite books of all time.”
I have partnered with @kristenciccarelli for a great giveaway! Check out the details below:
Enter to win a signed copy of The Sky Weaver + an Iskari character card pack illustrated by Gabriella Bujdoso
- follow me, @kristenciccarelli, @epicreads and @storygramtours - tag a friend you think will be interested
- Giveaway will end Nov 18th at midnight EST
- US Only
- not affiliated with Instagram
-must be 18 or have parents permission
-must be a public account so I can verify entries
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November 11, 2019

Must Read of the Week

I…cannot imagine? People complain about how social media and smart phones are destroying the world, but I’ve made some great friends and stay in touch with them THROUGH social media. Not to mention research for books, connecting to people about books, complaining with friends when people are weird or creepy.

This Is What It’s Like To Not Own A Smartphone

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