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March 31, 2014

If You Love J.R. Ward's Black Dagger Brotherhood, Then You'll Like...

April 1 is a VERY special day for paranormal fans and vampire lovers, it's almost like a holiday!

Why? Because the much anticipated Black Dagger Brotherhood novel, THE KING, Wrath's book, hits the shelves tomorrow! So expect a lot of Goodreads, FB & Twitter updates about THE KING because a lot of us readers will be taking a short trip to Caldwell, New York, in support of King Wrath and Queen Beth's reign as crazy haters try and take the throne away from these two lovely monarchs.

BDB is special to me because it's one of the first PNR/UF series that I've read and reviewed for Talk Supe. I didn't know what I was stumbling into back then, all I know was that I was in the lookout for a vampire series to read. Didn't know I found something VERY special and unique until later on.

I'll be honest, I'm not a fan of all the books, some of the Brother's stories were either disappointments or complete WTF's. I've always had a problem with the original villains, the lessers, and how they're more of a nuisance than a serious threat; how the Scribe Virgin can be such a hypocrite sometimes not to mention she's not the greatest mother (how can you let your son be mated to a ghost?!); and some other petty stuff.

But it's the (Bro)ROMANCE that I'm so addicted to! The complicated, tense and sometimes homoerotic relationships, the highly entertaining shit talking, and other borderline jazz that makes BDB such awesome reads. Not to mention the unconditional love and loyalty these Brothers have for each other, what more could I ask for? 

There's no doubt that J.R. Ward dominates this genre with BLACK DAGGER BROTHERHOOD, an incomparable and superb paranormal romance series, with fans always wanting for more and looking elsewhere for something similar to help them get through the long wait til the next book. 

Below are some suggested series that are more or less along the lines of BDB. I'm not saying that it'll be exact but these series have certain elements about it that echoes some parts of BDB



Fallen Angels by J.R. Ward

This series is the natural go-to for fans as The Fallen Angels' world collides with BDB. Aside from the location, Caldwell, New York, The Fallen Angels shares the same snark, level of male camaraderie and homo-eroticism of BDB. However, none of these Angel books are as stellar as their vampire cousins plot wise. On that same thread, I love J.R. Ward's wit and writing voice so even if I don't care much for her Angels, I still devour this series just to get another hit from the Warden.




Chronicles of Yavn by Elisabeth Staab

Chronicles of Yavn (Yet Another Vampire Novel, get it?) by Elisabeth Staab is about warrior vampires and their efforts to protect their kind from bad wizards who are in a mission to annihilate their already dwindling race. Aside from featuring vampires, this series is snarky, funny, and downright sexy. Like the Brothers, Staab's vamps are their own race, they each have their own abilities, they're ruled by a monarchy and are embroiled in a vicious war. What makes this unique from BDB is the myth and mating lore plus I find Staab's villains, the Wizards, better developed, utilized and explored than the lessers.




All The King's Men by Donya Lynne

I've only read Return Of The Assassin in this entire series but it's enough to leave a strong impression. From what I've managed to get out of just one book, AKM has a huge and complex series plot, the relationships between characters are very angtsy and complex plus Donya Lynne added some dark erotic elements to make her series extra spicier. The world building is great and the characters that I've met in book 5 are distinct and their combination is unlike any other series I've ever read. I wish I could tell you more, I'll let the Goodreads and Amazaon star ratings speak for itself.


While the AKM series has proven to elicit powerful, positive emotional responses from readers, and book two of the series, Heart of the Warrior, converted many traditional romance readers into fans of the male/male romance genre, the series, as a whole, isn’t for everyone. The world of AKM contains elements of alternative lifestyles, including BDSM, homosexuality, voyeurism, exhibitionism, and multiple partners. Language can, at times, be harsh and contain profound incidents of profanity. The more tormented the character, the more offensive their language. That’s just how it is. - Goodreads series description



Sons of Wrath by Keri Lake

Demons! Yup, Keri Lake's creature of choice are demons. Crazy, snarky, hunky, hornless but horny demons who are real paternal brothers, living in the same house, battling different otherworldly creatures at night (mainly werewolves) while managing to find their one true love on the side. Sons of Wrath is one of my favorite paranormal series and I love it to bits! The world building is amazing, the dialogue is rich and entertaining plus and the characters drool worthy. I never thought I'll love demons and would ever want to be mated to one, (dibs on Gavin... SERIOUSLY!) but after meeting Keri Lake's kids, I'd willingly offer myself up to be their bride. 




The Szolites by N. Isabelle Blanco

N. Isabelle Blanco is a voracious reader, a fangirl and a self-confessed BDB fan like us, she's also a very talented writer. N. Isabelle Blanco successfully created her own pantheon in The Szolites and boy, are her Gods and Goddesses a crazy bunch! The Szolites is character driven, the dialogue witty and snarky, her characters are archetypes of western pagan gods with a big dollop of contemporary qualities to make them current and appealing. She has a wicked sense of humor and can dish out super sexy love scenes, her myth is fresh made even more unique by her exotic character names. I highly recommend The Szolites to all paranormal romance readers. 




DISCLAIMER: Now please note that these series that I've recommended are books that I've actually read and since I haven't really read a LOT of paranormal romance, I know that my repertoire is limited. That said, I'm on the lookout for more so please, feel free to recommend a book or series that you feel will have the same appeal as the epic BLACK DAGGER BROTHERHOOD.






March 30, 2014

Loved It: Claimed By A Demon King by Felicity Heaton

Series: Eternal Mates 2
Format: Mobi
Release Date: February 22, 2014
Publisher: Self
Source: Author
Recommended By: Carmel of Rabid Reads
Genre: Paranormal Romance
The moment the demon King Thorne of the Third Realm set eyes on the mortal huntress Sable, he knew she was his fated one. The fiery, dangerous female awakened hungers he had never experienced before, a dark craving and passion that has consumed him in their time apart. As the lunar cycle wanes, she enters his world again and nothing will stand in the way of him claiming his forever with her—not the relentless assault from the Fifth Realm or the dark elf male determined to seduce her out of his grasp.

Intent on achieving the coveted position of commander at Archangel, Sable leads her small team into the dark underworld and the Third Realm, to a war where her allies are the very creatures she normally hunts—vampires, werewolves, and demons. Her eagerness to lead the deadly mission has everything to do with winning her promotion, and nothing to do with the kingdom’s brash, lethally seductive demon king—a king who stirred fierce desire and wildfire heat in her with just a look and an innocent touch when they first met, and has been in her wicked dreams ever since.

As the gathering storm between rivals unleashes irresistible passion that flares white-hot and the heat of the battle brings life-shattering realisations, can Sable place her duty before her heart? Or will she surrender to her deepest desires and be claimed by a demon king?

Felicity Heaton Cherry?

Popped!

CLAIMED BY A DEMON KING is my first FHeaton read. I always see her Vampire Erotic Theatre Romance and how everyone is loving it. Unfortunately I've reached my fang-bang limit and can't read vamps with the same gusto. Thankfully, Carmel over at Rabid Reads reviewed Eternal Mates 2  recently and I finally found the perfect FHeaton cherry-popper! 

The way I'd describe CLAIMED BY A DEMON KING is medieval historical romance meets contemporary PNR. King Thorne of The Third Real (of Hell) is very reminiscent of warriors during the dark age. He's brawny, gruff and still believes and actually practiced courtship on top of his quite "old" verbiage (who uses the word yonder in casual conversations nowadays?). He's possessive of Sable like your typical PNR hero but unlike the demon archetype, King Thorne is tender, very loving and even kind. He's formidable in the field of battle and even more so in the bedroom. 

Now Sable's character is layered. She's human and has ambitions of becoming an Archangel commander. Later on in the story it's revealed that Sable has some "paranormal" powers herself which became very instrumental in King Thorne's battle against the contingent of The Fifth Realm. I like Sable as she fits the mold of a badasss PNR warrior chick. She's very independent, fierce, loyal and quite the seductress. Her relationship with King Thorne at first glance truly feels like a May-December affair not just because the latter is over two thousand years old, but because Thorne is so old fashioned. These two are obviously in love but the word adore is more fitting.

From the dialogue, it seems like Sable and King Thorne have met in book 1, Kissed By A Dark Prince, so I can't testify if theirs is an insta-love kind of thing as I've yet to read Eternal Mates 1. But I can tell you this much though, the romance in CLAIMED BY A DEMON KING is scalding hot! FHeaton added a sexy twist to her mating lore where the couple would have wet dreams about each other before the actual mating. I actually love this layered romance/sexy thing she did because all those awkward and tense moments between Sable and Thorne were very entertaining. 

And aside from the wonderful romance, the world building is rich and peppered with classic creatures like vampires, werewolves, shifters, witches, dragons, elves and of course, demons. I never thought I'd say it but FHeaton actually made me want to go on vacay to Hell. LOL I know it's crazy and I actually sent a prayer just to reiterate that I don't mean it like that... but FHeaton made Hell, or the Third Realm at least, magnificent and beautiful, similar to the landscape in LOTR with rolling hills and all that. Plus the battle in the end was frickin' EPIC! I have no words except for EPIC! FHeaton's otherworldly creatures also reminded me of that RPG game, Warcraft which fired up my imagination even more. 

The purple dudes

My only struggle with CLAIMED BY A DEMON KING is it's very plot driven. Which isn't generally a bad thing but I like my fantasy books more character driven. I find dialogue such a big driver for me in terms of pace. But as CLAIMED BY A DEMON KING is told in the 3rd person POV, I think it's expected that'll be the case. Another thing is FHeaton left a few threads hanging pertaining to Sable which I hoped was resolved in her book. Moving forward, it would be wise to read the series in order. Right now you can get away with reading each book as stand-alone or even do it out of order like I did but from the conversations and events, it looks like some threads are opened in preceding novels and gets picked up in the next one.

Overall, I love CLAIMED BY A DEMON KING. I loved everything from the romance, to the world building, down to FHeaton's otherworldly creatures. Unlike other PNR/fantasy series where the characters are humanoids, hers are beautiful and "monstrous", they're horned, have pointy ears, odd eyes, scary and downright fascinating. I recommend Eternal Mates to lovers of PNR who are looking for something fresh to read, you'll soon realize that the genre is far from being "tired" and that not everything has been told yet. 


“I’ll need my blades and bolts back now,” Sable muttered, not quite with the world or aware of what she was saying.

Thorne nodded. “Of course.”

He signalled his men and Sable realised just what she had asked, and felt dismal as the men immediately tore the barbed darts and throwing knives from their flesh without giving a single grunt or revealing a flicker of the pain they must have experienced.

They came forwards and placed the weapons into Thorne’s outstretched hand. He wiped the blood off them on his leather trousers and then held them out to her.

Sable swallowed her guilt and took them from him. She slipped the blades away beneath her arms and put the darts back in her quiver. The silence in the courtyard thickened again. She wasn’t sure what to do. She had made one hell of a first impression—on her team, on the elves, on the demons.

On Thorne.

She wanted to groan and bury her head in her heads.

She needed a do-over on everything after she had appeared in the Third Realm. It really hadn’t gone as planned.

Sable tossed Olivia a look and her friend wiped the smile off her face and nudged Loren. The tall, slender elf prince looked down at his mate, his black eyebrows pinned high on his forehead. Olivia gave a subtle jerk of her chin towards Sable. Loren looked her way and understanding dawned in his purple eyes.

“King Thorne.” Loren broke away from his legion and Olivia, and crossed the short distance to the demon male.

Thorne’s gaze finally left Sable. “Prince Loren.”

Sable seized her chance to slink back unnoticed to her team. Some of them gave her funny looks. She ignored them and Bleu’s inquisitive stare and checked her team over, making sure they had all arrived safely.

Thorne’s focus landed back on her. She could feel it whenever it happened. A shockwave of heat rippled through her, awareness so intense that she could almost pinpoint how far he was from her and could visualise the way he was looking at her. Whenever he looked away, returning his attention to Loren, cold stole through her, fierce and frigid.

She rubbed her wrist, her actions mimicking the light stroke of Thorne’s thumb over her tattoo. It ached and burned. Had she hurt it in training? Or was it a response to the way Thorne had caressed that patch of skin?

She gathered herself, squared her shoulders, turned on the spot and calmly strode back to Thorne and Loren.

The two tall men looked at her. Their height and fangs were the only things they had in common. Loren was unnaturally beautiful, lithe and held an air of darkness around him that stemmed from more than just his black hair and obsidian armour. Thorne was rugged, immense and had an aura of danger surrounding him that warned even her away.

His gaze held darkness as he finished discussing the war with Loren.

She had the answer to one of her questions at least. Thorne was troubled. The war was taking its toll on him, pushing him to his limit, wearing him down.

“King Thorne,” she said without a trace of tremble in her voice and bowed her head. “I would like to introduce my team.”

He ran an assessing gaze over them and then returned his attention to her. “Little Female. It is kind of Archangel to send a small contingent of your forces to assist in my demonomachy.”

Sable bit her tongue, stopping herself from pointing out that she had a name and that this was a large contingent of their forces and all they could spare. She supposed that in comparison to the thousand immortal warriors that Loren had brought with him, her fifty mortal hunters did look rather pathetic.

“Sable,” Loren started and frowned when Thorne bared his fangs on a growl. Thorne cast his gaze down at his boots and clenched his fists. Loren arched an eyebrow at him, sighed, and continued, “Your hunters must desire to settle themselves in their quarters.”

Thorne growled again and this time Sable had the impression it was because Loren was suggesting things that he should have thought of and suggested first.

“That would be good.” Sable kept her focus on Thorne, pretending he had suggested it, hoping to calm him.

“You men,” Thorne barked and a group of demons near the large arched doorway of the impressive dark grey fortress saluted, pressing their hands to their bare chests. “Show the mortals and elves to their quarters.”

He signalled another set of males and gestured to the elves standing guard next to the black crates and bags.

“Take their belongings and follow their instruction to ensure they all end up with their owners.” Thorne glanced at her. “Come.”

He turned away and walked with Loren towards the arched doorway of the large three-storey stone building that formed a wide corner in the curved courtyard. Arched windows lined the first and second floors, smaller in the longest side of the building to her right but larger and more decorative in the main part ahead of her. A balcony extended to the left of the first upper floor, giving the building a staggered appearance.

Demons patrolled the battlements at the top of the building and the walls that connected to it.

It wasn’t a castle as Loren had, with towers and conical roofs, and a verdant courtyard filled with trees, grass and flowering shrubs. It was squat and heavily fortified, and bore the scars of war in many places, the stones cracked or long grooves cut into them. It had been built with defence in mind and reminded her of many of the castles in England or Wales. There was even a well in the courtyard. This place was a military stronghold.

The demons Thorne had ordered to take her team to their quarters reached her hunters and led them away, speaking in broken English to them. Loren had warned her that only the high-ranking demons could speak her language, and that many of the warriors only understood the demon tongue or could only speak a small amount of English.

The elves split into groups, some going with the mortals, some following Loren towards the doors, led by Bleu, and others going with Evan to deal with the crates.

Olivia came over and linked arms with her. “Well, that went well.”

Sable scowled at her friend. “Don’t start. I really hope I don’t make a fool of myself any more today.”

“You weren’t to know he was training,” Olivia whispered as they followed Thorne and Loren towards the main building of the large fortress.

The wall surrounding the courtyard was so high she couldn’t see anything but a strange dark orange sky. Was it day now, or night in this realm? Whenever she left Archangel to come to the elf realm, she ended up at the opposite time of day. She had left in the morning, so this was the evening?

The elves brought light into their realm via portals. Loren had explained the demon realms had a sort of day and night because the light of the elf kingdom reached far into many of their realms. The sheer number of torches and fires blazing around the courtyard illuminated it as if it was day.

She guessed there was no shortage of fire in Hell.

She glanced back at Evan to check on him. He was already glaring at the demons. He looked her way and pointed to a square three-storey building that intersected the wall behind her, opposite the main building. An armoury? There were several buildings like it along the curving wall. Huge demon males prowled the top of the wall between each building, or loitered near their entrances, talking and laughing. Laughing. It was a little weird seeing a demon laugh. She had imagined them all to be as serious as Thorne.

But even Thorne had smile-lines bracketing his mouth and at the corners of his eyes.

“Earth… I mean, Hell to Sable?” Olivia nudged her.

Sable shook herself back to her friend. “It’s a lot to take in.”

She nodded to Evan and he turned back to the demons and elves assisting him. Many of the demons stared at Evan’s tablet as if it were magical, their deep red eyes wide and expressions locked in lines of fascination.

A few males looked her way as they entered the main building. They grinned and bent their heads together. Whispering about her no doubt. The silly little mortal throwing herself into a battle between two dozen demons to protect their immortal king.

She groaned.

Olivia shifted her arm, wrapping it around Sable’s shoulders. “It’s really not that bad.”

But it was. She wanted to make Bleu take her back to Archangel and find a way to undo the past hour so she could do it all over again.

“If I look like I’m about to make another tit of myself, do feel free to hit me over the head with something blunt and heavy before it happens.” Sable leaned her head on Olivia’s shoulder and then straightened when Thorne spoke to Loren.

“I apologise for not being ready for you.” He rubbed a dark cloth over his torso, wiping the blood away. “I thought I had more time.”

“No need to apologise,” Loren said. “It was our fault. Archangel were eager to send their team in on the mission.”

Thorne glanced over his right shoulder at Sable, his eyebrows rising. She looked away, locking her gaze on Olivia and Bleu. When had he fallen into step with them?

She couldn’t look at Thorne. If she did, he was bound to see straight through her and see that she was the reason they were early. Bleu talked to Olivia about Loren and Sable drifted along beside her, not taking in the impressive carved columns that supported the vaulted ceiling in the wide hallway. She was too busy doing her best to ignore Thorne. She could block him out, keeping her eyes off him, but she couldn’t ignore how she felt whenever his gaze landed on her.

Hot all over. Flushed from the intense feel of his eyes on her.

Bleu moved around Olivia and her, ending up walking beside her. “You fought well.”

She shrugged off the compliment, uncomfortable with his praise, and thought of something to say to keep him around. His presence lessened the fierce reaction she had to Thorne’s eyes on her and she needed that right now.

She had to find her balance again before she did something crazy.

Like kissing a demon king.




Felicity Heaton writes passionate paranormal romance books as Felicity Heaton and F E Heaton. In her books she creates detailed worlds, twisting plots, mind-blowing action, intense emotion and heart-stopping romances with leading men that vary from dark deadly vampires to sexy shape-shifters and wicked werewolves, to sinful angels and hot demons!

If you're a fan of paranormal romance authors Lara Adrian, J R Ward, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Gena Showalter and Christine Feehan then you will enjoy her books too.

If you love your angels a little dark and wicked, Felicity Heaton’s best selling Her Angel series is for you. If you like strong, powerful, and dark vampires then try the Vampires Realm series she writes as F E Heaton or any of her stand alone vampire romance books she writes as Felicity Heaton. Or if you’re looking for vampire romances that are sinful, passionate and erotic then try Felicity Heaton’s new Vampire Erotic Theatre series.

In 2011, five of her six paranormal romance books received Top Pick awards from Night Owl Reviews, Forbidden Blood was nominated as Best PNR Vampire Romance 2011 at The Romance Reviews, and many of her releases received five star reviews from numerous websites.


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Bought, Borrowed & Bagged #94


BB&B (Bought, Borrowed and Bagged) is a weekly meme, inspired my The Story Siren and Pop Culture Junkie, where we share with you the books that we have bought, borrowed or bagged (won or gifted) plus a recap of the previous week's reviews, upcoming reviews, on going events and book movie or television news. 

BB&B is an homage Barron's Books & Baubles from Karen Marie Moning's smash hit series, Fever. 





Bought
Thanks to Hot Listens, my GC win was just in time for The King. And Darynda Jones, Charley Davidson book 1-3 are on sale for $2.99 only in case you missed it!

Bagged
from publishers, authors and tour organizers

Won from Hot Listens




Big & Small

Like most of you, I too am a fan of SUPERNATURAL Who can resist those wickedly sexy Winchester Brothers (Team Ackles)?! The show has been under cancellation threats and speculations that the producers are going to end the show for 4 seasons now. But I guess it's fandom is so big, CW can't end the series just yet. It's still has great ratings with a huge following and a cash cow they'll be a fool to drop Sam and Dean! Now for more good news, SUPERNATURAL is getting a spin-off!

SUPERNATURAL: BLOODLINES: This one is reported to feature more of the "monsters" the Winchester Brothers hunt, it's a “sweeping drama about the various mafia-esque monster families that, unknowingly to humans, run the underbelly of Chicago and are being tracked by a newly minted Hunter who’s trying to stop them and rid Chicago of anything or anyone supernatural.” The press release said that there will be a forbidden love between a female werewolf and one of the male leads. Sounds interesting, CW pretty much carved their niche in the vampire shows with The Originals and Vampire Diaries, it's not a surprise they want a slice of the shifter world too. Sam and Dean are reported to "introduce" their spin-off on the April 29th episode. Set your DVRs!


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March 29, 2014

Suped Up: Love and Lists & Passion and Ponies by Tara Sivec

 Love and Lists | Passion and Ponies
Chocoholics 1 & 2
Mobi
October 1, 2013 | March 25, 2014
Bought
Romantic Comedy


Effing HILARIOUS! And I don't even think that's the right adjective to describe Tara Sivec's Chocoholics series, featuring the offspring of the MC's of Seduction and Snacks, TSivec's other hit series, making Chocoholics essentially a spin-off. I don't have the words to share with you how LOL funny this series is! I can't even share quotes because the comebacks are always funnier and better, I might as well copy/paste the books here... but that would be plagiarism so I won't do that.

Book 1, LOVE AND LISTS is a bestfriends to lovers trope. Gavin and Charlotte are Claire and Liz's kids so obviously they've been childhood friends and as they grew older, they've naturally gravitated towards each other and fell in love. But the transition from platonic to romantic wasn't graceful. Gavin and Charlotte went through crazy lists on how to seduce the other including a fake gay boyfriend, a little blue pill accident and all sorts of crazy ideas, it was one comedic disaster after the other. The conflict was mainly about communication failure between the two plus the meddling secondary characters didn't help things either. It looks like the Seduction and Snacks characters didn't really change, getting older just made them even crazier.

Book 2, PASSION AND PONIES follows another trope, casual hook-up turned serious. The plot and conflicts are more complicated and ludicrous than LOVE AND LISTS. Ava is Charlotte's younger, fashion whore sister and Travis is Gavin's weird sidekick who has a thing for My Little Pony, making him a Brony (there are real Bronys FYI: http://bronycon.org). Aside from these two clumsily navigating the evolution of their relationship from fling to exclusive dating, Travis also found out that he could be a great candidate for the Maury show because his mother doesn't know who his father is. This was eventually resolved as Travis' dad was closer than he thought. It was quite obvious who Travis' biological dad is but the process of solving this mystery had me in stitches with the final clue involving, yup, My Little Pony and glitter! Ava and Travis' love story is riotous! These two couldn't be more opposite if they tried but it works! Travis is a natural comedian with his weird confessions and his MLP obsession so extreme he'd prance and whinny in his sleep! And Ava is simply an adorable bitch, watching her Ice Queen demeanor melt for quirky Travis was worth every minute spent reading PASSION AND PONIES.

Chocoholics is one uproarious motherfudging romantic, sexy comedy. There's a lot of inappropriate conversations between parent and child, a multitude of vagina and penis jokes, odd sexual practices and confessions, TSivec's humor is the gift that keeps on giving and it looks like that fount is far from drying up. I was giggling, laughing and snorting for a day and a half, those hours were golden and I don't care if my kid thinks his mother has lost it! TSivec ALWAYS provides cheap but invaluable escapes, I strongly encourage you to indulge in her book vacations soon! And if my "funny" superlative synonyms doesn't bring my case home then I don't know what will.


SOME WEIRD STUFF:

From Love and Lists:
Chapter 6 - Show Her Your Penis (trust me, this isn't what the title implies)
Chapter 15 - You're A Labia
Chapter 17 - Numb Vagina (involves Chapsticks)
Chapter 19 - I Wanna Get The Craps (you have to read it to understand)

From Passion and Ponies:
"Dolphin Rape Awareness Workshop" or D.R.A.W.
"Your vagina is sweet and kind and would never hurt my penis." (I hope none of you got offended)
Chapter 2 - A Happy Vagina is a Happy Life
Chapter 26 - When You Wish Upon A Dildo







March 28, 2014

Book Releasing In June? Maybe I Can Help You Pimp It!


Hey authors! How's it goin?!

So I got a question for you:
Is your book's release date between 
May 25-July 5

I ask because I may be able to help you pimp it out. But before you fill out the form below, please check my Review Policy so you'll have an idea if your book fits my preferred genres.

Also be advised that I only have limited slots so I may not be able to feature everyone although I'll sure try to fit everybody in!

Thanks in advance for expressing interest!