Sunday, September 13, 2015

Books are my life have new home

Hi dear ones,
Books are my life have new home, please visit:
I’m Silvy .I’m blogging since 2011.My blog was on Blogger, but few days ago I notice that Google decides to add country on my URL as  I’m not embarrass what I am and where I come from, but I think it is not fair- the readers,authors and publishers will look at my blog as not worth as blog from UK or USA or Australia. I’m not hiding or something in About page I have posted that I’m International blogger.
That are the reasons that I migrate my blog from Blogger.
I hope here I will find friendly people and readers as there and I hope that I will manage how to use this properly- I’m learning!
Thanks for reading this.

Friday, September 11, 2015

Feature and Follow #39

Question of the Week:Undiscovered talent – tell us about a book you loved but no one else seems to have heard of. It can be new or old, any genre. Let’s spread the love. – Suggested by Becky’s Barmy Book Blog.

My answer:

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To join the fun and make new book blogger friends, just follow these simple rules:
  1. (Required) Follow the Follow My Book Blog Friday Hosts {Parajunkee & Alison Can Read}
  2. (Required) Follow our Featured Bloggers
  3. Put your Blog name & URL in the Linky thing. You can also grab the code if you would like to insert it into your posts.
  4. Grab the button up there and place it in a post, this post is for people to find a place to say "hi" in your comments and that they are now following you.
  5. If you are using WordPress or another CMS that doesn't have GFC (Google Friends Connect) state in your posts how you would like to be followed
  6. Follow Follow Follow as many as you can, as many as you want, or just follow a few. The whole point is to make new friends and find new blogs. Also, don't just follow, comment and say hi. Another blogger might not know you are a new follower if you don't say "HI"
  7. If someone comments and says they are following you, be a dear and follow back. Spread the Love...and the followers
  8. If you're new to the Follow Friday hop, comment and let me know, so I can stop by and check out your blog.

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Silfa by Susan Nadler- book blitz

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"Silfa, A Fairy Tale" - Book Synopsis:

Silfa, a young fairy princess, wakes up to find herself trapped in a different time, living with a human family she does not remember. She has somehow traveled into the future. How can she protect herself and reunite with her royal fairy family when Willie, the young boy from the broken home where she lives might actually see her? He, too, is lost in his parents' divorce and feels alone and alienated. So the sad boy and the brave little fairy strike up a friendship which helps them both grow and understand the world in which they find themselves. Silfa has all the qualities of a "good fairy princess" as well as a delightful wit. She tries to help Willie come to terms with his unhappiness while she attempts to reunite with her family in Ireland. She even has to fight off the monster Galonka from her former life who reappears to attack her. The book is a fantasy but seems believable and real, even though this is escape literature. Children, as well as adults, will enjoy immersing themselves in the story as they learn about real magic, and become anxious to know how it will end, yet reluctant to let it go. Nadler has captured the childhood fantasy of fairies with a story that transports you to a world you remember believing in as a child. And when it is over, you want to read more.


Award-winning creator Susan Nadler has combined her first two loves of writing and fairy tales in Silfa, a magical young adult book that is inspiring as the life Nadler has led.
The character of Silfa came to her in 1977 and never left her side. As she launched a successful career in the music industry that led to winning two Grammys, running a record label and working with some of the most iconic figures in popular music, she continued to work on the book.
While growing up in Pittsburgh, Nadler loved to escape from everyday life into fairy tales. “It was so beautiful the way it was portrayed with the fairies and the land and the beautiful flowers and the magic and the twinkling stars,” she says.”
When she was not reading, she wrote as a way to process her complex and sometimes overwhelming feelings and the resulting work won the school’s poetry prize every year.
It is with the dreams of that young girl and the talent of an accomplished woman that Nadler wrote Silfa, the story of a fairy and the important life lessons she teaches a boy named Willie.
“This is my favorite thing I’ve ever written because it is so different from my own life, yet I identify with Silfa,” says Nadler. “I have always dreamed that I fly and I still dream that I fly. I understood her; I understood the flying and the magic.
“The main lesson in the book is you can’t make magic if you lie. Magic has to be done with the truth. He learns that truth is the most important thing.”
Storytelling has been a constant theme throughout her impressive career. She began her career as a writer in Key West, Fla., during which time she released two non-fiction books, before moving to Nashville and working in the music industry as a publicist, record company executive, artist manager and television show producer. As an adult, she was able to live the fantasy life of which she dreamed as a child, but she remained a writer at heart.
She served as publicist for artists such as Tammy Wynette, Bobby Blue Bland, and Clint Black before joining forces with Evelyn Shriver to run Asylum Records from 1998-2001. It was there they released George Jones’ Grammy-winning album, “Cold Hard Truth.” In 2001, she and Shriver launched Bandit Records to release the final ten years of critically acclaimed records by Jones. Along the way, she managed the career of country singer Lorrie Morgan, handled publicity for Farm Aid, and served as talent manager of the TV show Soundstage.
She has returned to writing full time and creates both poetry and fiction. Silfa is the first of what will be a series of young adult books. “Fairies are so magical and so about fantasy and today kids need more fantasy than anything because it is a tough and scary world.”


Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Loose Ends Series Box Set by Kaia Bennett-release blitz

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Loose Ends Series Box Set
by Kaia Bennett
Loose Ends #1-3
Publication Date: September 8, 2015
Also in this series: #1 CrushCloserMind Over Matter
Genres: ContemporaryEroticInterracialRomance
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Preorder: Amazon • Smashwords • B&N • iBooks

Synopsis: All three books in the bestselling Loose Ends series are now available in one neat package! Follow Gabriel Roberts and Nicole Langley as they tie up the loose ends of their lust-to-love story in this sizzling erotic romance.
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#1 CRUSH (Loose Ends, #1)

Nicole Langley’s #1 Crush has always been Gabriel Roberts, but settling for being a friendly acquaintance has had to be enough.
Gabriel has always seen Nicole as his good friend’s very pretty, but extremely off limits baby sister.
Then a hot summer day and an even hotter discovery pushes them over the lines of friendship, over the lines of unrequited desire, and into each other's arms.
Will they indulge and move on? Or will this crush turn into something more, something deeper? Something that leaves loose ends begging to be tied…
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CLOSER (Loose Ends, #2)

After a whirlwind week of hot sex and growing affection, Nicole and Gabriel were forced to part ways and to return to real life. For a while they danced around each other, meeting up when they could, the distance between them rivaled only by their desire to be together again.
Now these lovers are no longer star-crossed. They’re in the same city at the same time and can finally indulge their insatiable passion. At least until Gabriel’s increasingly popular band goes on tour.
But the ticking clock of his budding music career isn’t the only obstacle to contend with. A blast from Gabriel’s wild past, a guy that kept Nicole warm in Gabriel’s absence, and fear of what the future holds all converge just as they’ve begun to realize this might be love…
Author's Note: This book contains strong language and sexual content with dark elements, some of which readers may find uncomfortable.
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MIND OVER MATTER (Loose Ends, #3)

They said they would try. They said they would give their love a chance.
But when the mistakes of Gabriel's past clashed with Nicole's hopes for the future, they realized love wasn't enough. They tied up the loose ends of their broken hearts and walked away.
Now, Gabriel's career is on a meteoric rise and he is back to his bachelor ways. He told Nicole he couldn't promise forever and did his best to let her go, but these days he wonders if he spoke too soon.
Nicole has a new life, a new man, and she refuses to look back. To everyone around her though, not looking back looks an awful lot like running scared from the past.
With Jackie and Ian's wedding approaching, a reunion between the best man and the maid of honor is to be expected. What they don't expect is for the olive branch of friendship to catch fire with a love and need that is stronger than even their best intentions.
They called it quits. But is it really over? They still love each other. But does that even matter when they've made up their minds that there's no going back?
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About Kaia Bennett

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Kaia Bennett is a native of New Jersey, a college graduate and U.S. Army veteran who loves music, movies, astrology, tattoos, martial arts, animals and, of course, the written word. She heard the siren call of the writer as a teenage girl, but took her sweet time answering it until she had lived and loved enough to share her work with the masses.
She is an erotic author who loves to write stories with diversity, depth, realism and viscerally hot encounters that flirt shamelessly with the taboo. A lover of all genres and a voracious reader, she aims to write stories that are transformative for her characters and readers alike.
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Friday, September 4, 2015

Strung by Victoria Ashley-COVER REVEAL

Expected to release early 2016

Madden Knox is tempting, talented and undeniably addictive to the last drop. He’s the Wild rush that I crave. The one night stand that all girls spend their nights fantasizing about. Dirty, hard, in charge and completely confident in all that he does. Especially with those fingers…

He’s the last thing that I expect to find wandering around my brother’s beach house, naked, only wearing a guitar, but he’s the first thing that has ever had me craving for just one ‘anything goes’ night.

Focus, Teegan. Just write your book. That was my plan. Leave my boring small town behind, bring my computer, clothes and whatever other crap I might need and find a little inspiration at my brother’s night club on the beach.

A little inspiration is more than what I get slapped with. Talk about wanting to make love to a voice. I never knew exactly what that meant until I heard him playing at my brother’s club, but now just the thought of anything that has to do with that man’s tongue, leaves my whole body vibrating with a hunger that I’m not sure I can fight.
Just one taste. One night. No strings.

I’m a liar if I’d said I thought that would be possible. If I thought his guitar playing abilities were hot, seeing him in charge, demanding orders at Vortex, my brother’s club that Madden manages, has me completely coming undone and about ready to fall at his feet and obey. He’s a master at getting whatever he wants with little or no effort at all and I can’t help but to hope he wants me.
Naughty, demanding, skilled and with a body that screams trouble with every rock hard muscle. He’s wrong in every way and…
I’m completely fucking strung.

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PHOTOGRAPHER: Eric David Battershell -

Victoria Ashley grew up in Rockford, IL and has had a passion for reading for as long as she can remember. After finding a reading app where it allowed readers to upload their own stories, she gave it a shot and writing became her passion.
She lives for a good romance book with tattooed bad boys that are just highly misunderstood and is not afraid to be caught crying during a good read. When she’s not reading or writing about bad boys, you can find her watching her favorites shows such as Sons Of Anarchy, Dexter and True Blood.
She is the author of Wake Up Call, This Regret, Slade, Hemy, Cale, and Get Off on the Pain. Victoria is currently working on more releases for 2015.

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Thursday, September 3, 2015

Escape From the Past: The Duke’s Wrath-blog tour

Escape from the past
Escape From the Past: The Duke’s Wrath (YA Historical) 
When fifteen-year-old nerd and gamer Max Anderson thinks he’s sneaking a preview of an unpublished video game, he doesn’t realize that 1) He’s been chosen as a beta, an experimental test player. 2) He’s playing the ultimate history game, transporting him into the actual past: anywhere and anytime. And 3) Survival is optional: to return home he must decipher the game’s rules and complete its missions—if he lives long enough. To fail means to stay in the past—forever. Now Max is trapped in medieval Germany, unprepared and clueless. It is 1471 and he quickly learns that being an outcast may cost him his head. Especially after rescuing a beautiful peasant girl from a deadly infection and thus provoking sinister wannabe Duke Ott. Overnight he is dragged into a hornets’ nest of feuding lords who will stop at nothing to bring down the conjuring stranger in their midst.
Praise for the Book
“Fast-paced compelling YA debut.”
Giselle Green, #1 bestselling author of A Sister’s Gift”
“A wonderfully crafted romp to the time of lords, ladies, and knights.”
Lee Ann Ward, author and former Senior Editor of Champagne Books
“Escape from the Past is chock-full of the tiny details that make a story feel realistic and immersive, from the leather ribbons used to fasten shoes to the slimy gruel that formed the bulk of the peasants’ diet….those who love historical fiction or medieval fantasy will certainly enjoy Escape from the Past.”
Mike Mullin, author of the Ashfall trilogy
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Chapter 1
It was exactly 9:32 p.m. when I settled into my favorite chair, the one with the ripped Mexican blanket that serves as a cushion. Little did I know I’d be gone within the hour. I mean gone as in disappeared.
Powering up my high-speed Cyber Xtreme and 32-inch monitor, a guilt gift from my dad and the only valuable thing I own, I stared at the blank disc in my hand. According to my friend, Jimmy, it contained some secret new game his father had invented. Jimmy said his dad thought the game was faulty and I wondered why his dad would have given it to him.
Most people consider Jimmy the lucky one. He lives in a mansion because his father runs some ginormous tech company. My mom and me share space with a thousand spiders in a two-bedroom cottage with a thatched roof. Who in the twenty-first century lives in a house covered with a bunch of straw?
Anyway, I digress. The tower purred as it swallowed the disc, the best sound in the world. It took a long time to boot which should’ve given me the first clue something was wrong. If there’s one thing that drives me crazy it’s slow processors and I knew it wasn’t my equipment. I’ve been gaming since I was six and consider myself pretty good. Especially when it comes to debugging stuff. I was stoked to figure it out, maybe make a few bucks in the process. I’m still American enough to think of dollars instead of Euros because we’ve only lived in Germany for two years.
I was scrounging for a candy bar in my desk when a flame shot across the screen, burning yellow, red and blue. Not that I smoke, but it looked real enough to light a cigarette. In slow motion the fire edged letters into the screen. EarthRider. Cool name. Of course I didn’t get it then. Stupid me.
Below the fire appeared a globe, the kind librarians have on their desks. The thing rotated slowly, zooming closer and closer like Google Earth. Jimmy was right, this was the coolest thing I’d ever seen, the graphics as realistic as if I’d been standing there.
Bornhagen, the place we live, was marked with a front door.
Enter here flashed below.
I was pretty fed up waiting, my fingers twitching to hit the keys. First it took ages to load, then it showed a map? But I didn’t have much else to do except review a few algebra problems— unlike Jimmy I’ve got no trouble with math—so I clicked.
On the screen giant boulders shaped themselves into a gate, opening onto a bunch of hills and a shadowy forest. In the distance, high on the mountain, I saw a castle with two towers, a pale banner fluttering limply on top. It looked vaguely familiar, but at the time I didn’t really think much about it. An ox cart moved slowly across a country road toward the castle.
I sniffed. Something reeked like boiled manure. I looked around to find the source when I noticed a man on the screen scurrying along a bumpy trail. He wheezed, dragging his bare feet. He was obviously injured, the filthy rags on his right shoulder dark with blood. The screen zoomed to follow as the man darted into the woods. Giant oaks swallowed the sun, a patchwork of shadows and light in the undergrowth.
At the time I remember thinking how lame this game was despite the graphics—no dragons, no monsters, nothing exciting whatsoever. Besides, I was slightly worried my mom would come in. The whiskey she likes usually puts her to sleep on the couch, but you never know. Luckily, most of the time, she doesn’t know when I pull an all-nighter.
Horse gallop thudded out of nowhere. Visibly trembling the grimy-looking man hesitated for a moment before thrashing his way through bushes and undergrowth. At the edge of the forest three riders in chainmail and helmets came into view, their chestnut horses whinnying and covered in sweat. The clang of metal sliced the air as the men drew swords.
At that moment my cell rang.

oppenlanderAuthor Annette Oppenlander
Annette Oppenlander writes historical fiction for teens. Whenshe isn’t in front of her computer, she loves indulging her dog, Mocha, and traveling around the U.S. and Europe to discover amazing histories.
“Nearly every place holds some kind of secret, something that makes history come alive. When we scrutinize people and places closely, history is no longer a number, it turns into a story.”
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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Curvy Girls Baby Club by Michele Gorman-review

Title: The Curvy Girls Baby Club
Author:Michele Gorman
Genre:Chick lit
Pages:120(I was read Kindle edition)
Published:August 20th, 2015


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My review:

      Katie, Ellie and Jane or co-founders of Curvy Girls Club are back with big news.
Ellie is back from her honeymoon and she is a pregnant. She and her husband are happy but she couldn’t tell the news to her mother in law, because she drives her crazy and she is real monster in law.
Jane with two kids we know that from Curvy Girls Club now expecting new baby on the way.
Katie and her boyfriend are still together and surprisingly they have news too.
If the fatness was problem in their lives before now they have more than one problem. The pregnancy is not easy: all body changes morning sickness and hormones are new things that they must deal with it.

      I love to read about Ellie, Katie and Jane’s lives, especially how they continue with their lives. All of them were finding their happiness with their body, Katie was finding her love too, Jane was back to job she wants and Ellie was married. In previous book they try to deal with their bodies now they try to deal with their pregnancy with love and support and lots of humor. I love to read how their friendship helps them to get through pregnancy. I admire to their honesty, they share everything, every single thought, every little thing that they sense or experience with each other without hesitation and that helps them much. 
     It’s short story about hundred pages, but I don’t find anything that miss in it. 

This book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
My rating 5/5(amazing)

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