The Verdict: If you're interested in purchasing an e-reader device, the kindle keyboard is easy to work and stores tons of books. It's not heavy or bulky, and there are plenty of customizing options.
July 3, 2013
Tech Review: Play Books app for Android OS
Check out our in-depth review of Google's Play Books mobile application for Android OS. We'll show you all the ins and outs, what features you'll be itching to try out and how to navigate the new cloud library building process. Screenshots and ratings abound inside, so come in and take a look!
February 26, 2013
Book Tour & Giveaway (US/Int): The superheroes we love and the kryptonite that strengthens them
Please help me welcome the authors of Entangled Publishing's Holding Out for a Hero anthology!
Scarlett Fever by by Christine Bell and Ella Dane
After five years in training, it's finally time for Scarlett Fever and her fellow superheroes to leave the United Superhero Academy and test their powers out in the real world. There's only one problem. She's been assigned to partner with arrogant, by the book, and irritatingly hot, Blade of Justice.
February 18, 2013
Giveaway (US/Int): Eleri Stone on threading Spellcraft with power and politics
Please help me welcome guest author Eleri Stone!
Hi GraveTells! Thank you so much for letting me stop by today to talk a little bit about the first book in my new fantasy romance series, Spellcraft.
Threads of Desire is a secondary world fantasy—like Game of Thrones or LOTR—except instead of a world at war, the Sarian Empire is a relatively peaceful place where the practice of dark magic, any aimed at hurting another person, was outlawed centuries ago. The magically gifted of Saria are rounded up when they’re young and trained by the Guild in a craft—sculpture, painting, architecture, metalwork, glasswork. Their power comes not from their ability to inflict mass [...]
"Thank you so much for the wonderful review, DVK! While I’m delighted you loved the book, I always enjoy your reviews, positive or negative, because you go into detail and give me a different perspective from when I was writing it. Plus, when you enjoy it to the point that you recall favorite scenes and quotes, it gives me the chance to recall my own favorite moments in the book (wink). Thank you again!" ~ author Joey W. Hill
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