Rude Boy USA by Victoria Bolton

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Title: Rude Boy USA

Author: Victoria Bolton

Series: Rude Boy USA #1

Release Date: 25 December 2015

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Say good-bye to the era of godfathers. The Chimera Group has put a new face on organized crime.

Mob boss Bernie Banks and his associates—John, Ben, and Jerome—differ from your ordinary Sicilian and Irish mob families. Two white, two black, they style themselves after the Rude Boy culture made popular in Jamaica.

Operating as an investment shell company supported by illegal activities, the Chimera Group hopes to become as powerful as other crime families and gain respect from the Cosa Nostra. Bernie, a war veteran of Jewish and Greek descent, begins his business in his apartment and grows it into a multimillion-dollar empire. He and his crew resemble a more sophisticated subculture of urban street gangsters with their Ray-Ban sunglasses, loafers, and debonair style. But they want fear and admiration.

Their efforts draw the attention of the rival Ambrosino family, and they face internal strife when one of the associates begins dating a former Playboy Club waitress who wants in on the group.

Will they make it to the top, or will they fall?

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PROLOGUE

In the middle of the night in a trashy abandoned lot in Harlem, New York, there were four men. Three of them had arrived together as a team. The fourth man, Sammy, was their victim, and they had tied up his arms and legs. Sammy was not associated with the others. He had stolen money from the leader of the group. Sammy would not divulge details of the theft. His silence did not help his situation as each of the three men took turns beating him until they got him to talk. One of the three men turned to the others. “He looks young. He looks very young.”

One of the men responded, “He looks old enough to go to war. Nobody cares how young you look when you are in a war.”

Sammy continued to taunt them back. “You guys are fucking trash,” Sammy said to the men, and he spat on one of them.

The man Sammy spat on told him, “Watch your goddamn mouth!” Sammy ensured them that they would never get information from him and said they could kiss his ass. The three men looked at each other. They began torturing and pistol-whipping Sammy in return. Irritated, the man who Sammy spat on got the idea to stuff money in Sammy’s ass and mouth for being greedy and talking too much shit. He had warned the tied-up man to watch his mouth, and this was the consequence of ignoring that warning. Once they were finished with him, they put a plastic bag over his head, tossed him in the trunk of an abandoned car in the lot, and closed the trunk.

A fifth man rode up in a car. He got out to see the damage that the three men had produced. They opened the trunk to show him. The fifth man’s face showed his objection. “Was this necessary? Are we wasting money now?” the gentleman said to his three associates.

One of them said, “It’s theater.”

Another associate added, “He asked for it. He asked us to do this. He told me to kiss his ass. He likes money, so…” He shrugged.

The last associate added, “It’s only two hundred dollars in singles. It looks like a lot, but it isn’t.” The fifth man looked down at the body and slammed the trunk shut.

“Fine, we will discuss this back at the office,” he said. He and his three associates got in the car and headed back to Midtown Manhattan.

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 ~ About the Author ~

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Writer Victoria Bolton lives in New York. A graduate of the College of Westchester, she works as a computer technician in schools and as a part-time actress. Bolton previously released the books in the Rude Boy USA series (Rude Boy USA Series Volume 1), BunnyWine (Rude Boy USA Series Volume 2) The final book in the series The Tide is High will be released in September.

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Title: BunnyWine

Series: Rude Boy USA #2

Release Date: 11 May 2016

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Title: The Tide is High

Series: Rude Boy USA #3

Release Date: 30 Aug 2016

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Release Blitz & Review: Dr. Pookie by Izzy Church

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9780996499576Title: Dr. Pookie and the case of his missing though

Author: Izzy Church

Release Date: 20 February 2017

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Summary: 

What’s a bear to do when his friends and neighbors dare to attack his reputation? You see it is most hurtful not to be appreciated, especially when you’re a lovely, charming, gorgeous hunk of a bear. So when Dr. Pookie begins to receive unwanted attention in the local newspapers, he did what any intelligent, sophisticated, well-to-do bear would do.

Dr. Pookie invited all of his friends and neighbors up to the tippy top of Bear Mountain for a lovely dinner party. After all, there is nothing more delightful than to be entertained by the most famous bear in the Little Royal Forest. In the children’s mystery adventure, Dr. Pookie and The Case of his Missing Thought, Dr. Pookie shares with his friends the exciting and curious tale of the time he lost his thought and the hilarious adventure that follows as he frantically searches for it. Join along with all the furry creatures in the Little Royal Forest as they search high and low for Dr. Pookie’s missing thought. Don’t miss out on a single silly moment!

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 ~ Review ~

I loved the book a lot! it was a great experience, for me as an adult to read, and when I was reading it to my brother, he was ectatic, asking to re-read some parts, and at the end, even had the idea to read it himself!

If you are looking for a children’s book that is creative and gives something back to a child, this is definitely your go!

~ About the Author ~

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Isabella “Izzy” Church is a self-empowered entrepreneur dedicated to creating entertaining and educational content for a wide audience. She has been recognized as an entertainer, author and artist. This is Izzy Church’s first children’s book, however she is the author of numerous works, including the LOL romantic comedy novel, Angry Movie Guy.

Kirkus Reviews calls Angry Movie Guy: “A fast paced, sometimes slapstick film-industry novel with a vibrant cast of characters.”

At the young age of sixteen, Isabella landed work as a fashion model and moved to New York to sign with Wilhelmina Modeling Agency where she resumed her multi-faceted career in the arts & entertainment industry. Izzy graduated Suma Cum Laude from Mary Mount Manhattan College with a degree in Communication Arts, specializing in writing for film and television. Furthermore, Izzy spent a year with Dream Works in the head of the books to film department. Her time spent at Dream Works inspired her to work towards adapting her novel, Angry Movie Guy, for the screen. Izzy is proud to announce that she is currently in preproduction for Angry Movie Guy.

At present, Izzy is immersed in the art world and is excited to be co-curating several art projects: Street to Tower, an enormous street art exhibition on the sixty-ninth floor of the World Trade Center, tower number four will launch in early 2017. Izzy is also co-curating, No More Black Targets, which will launch January of 2017. The project focuses on using our creativity to reach out to others to stop the violent and unjust shooting of black men by police officers.

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Title: Angry Movie Guy

Author: Izzy Church

Release Date: 25 August, 2015

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ANGRY MOVIE GUY is romantic comedy about a struggling film critic who decides to take on a bad attitude to achieve fame and success as the Angry Movie Guy. When his review destroys the career of a woman he’s fallen in love with he must rethink his life. Can he mend his hateful ways and win her heart?

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Book Tour ~ Love Magic by Lilith Dorsey

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Title: Love Magic: Over 250 Spells and Potions for Getting it, Keeping it and Making it Last

Author: Lilith Dorsey

Release Date: 1 December 2016

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Summary: 

This is really “the big little book of love magic.” Magical maven Lilith Dorsey has packed into this fun, informative, and practical book over 250 spells, potions, rituals, and recipes devoted to all facets of love and sex.

Based on years of magical experience and prodigious research, this book includes sections on such topics as self-love, marriage, fertility, erotic adventures, the ethics of love magic and more. The spells are drawn from a wide diversity of magical traditions and focus on equally diverse situations. There are spells for finding love, keeping love, and healing yourself so that you are ready for love. The book also includes rituals for invoking goddesses of love. Lilith Dorsey considers and discusses all facets of the romantic experience.

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 ~ About the Author ~

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Lilith Dorsey M.A., hails from many different magickal traditions, including Celtic, Afro-Caribbean, and Native American spirituality. Her traditional education focused on Plant Science, Anthropology, and Film at the University of R.I., New York University and the University of London, and her magickal training includes numerous initiations in Santeria, Vodoun, and New Orleans Voodoo.

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~ Book Tour ~ Affliction by Marilee Brothers (Soul Seeker #1)

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Title: Affliction 

Author: Marilee Brothers

Series: Soul Seeker #1

Release Date: 29 February 2016

Publisher: Wild Rose Press

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Twenty-two year old Honor Melanie (Mel) Sullivan has an affliction. Due to childhood trauma and inappropriate social behavior, she is diagnosed with Aspergers, a form of autism. But, Mel knows Aspergers is not her true affliction. She prefers not to gaze into a person’s eyes because she is a soul reader, and what she sees can be frightening. It can also get Mel into trouble.

After a brush with the law, Mel leaves her family home in Southern California and travels to Oregon where she meets Harley-Davidson riding William McCarty (Billy the Kid) and stumbles upon a human trafficking/baby-selling scheme involving a foreign girl from Kazakhstan and others. Even though Mel’s life is in danger, she won’t stop until she finds the answers that will help those unable to help themselves.

~ Except ~

His cheek scrapes across mine, his mouth just inches from my lips.

“Look at me, Minnie,” he whispers. “Tell me what you see.”

I lift my gaze and stare into his eyes, fully expecting to see my own face, possibly streaked with bits of sticky syrup and framed with flattened helmet hair. Nothing scary. Just something I’d rather not experience right now. But someone changed the channel.

My breath hitches in my chest. “Fire,” I say. “I see a smoldering fire.”

Billy’s mouth grazes my cheek. “Smoldering, huh? Let’s make it burn hotter.”

His lips touch mine, tentative at first, until I wrap my arms around his neck and try to climb inside his skin. He deepens the kiss, his silky tongue slipping into my mouth. I’m transported to another place. My world consists of all things tactile. The sound of our breathing. The smell of his leather jacket. The warmth of his body against mine. The softness of his lips. The heat spiraling through my body like wildfire. More. I want more.

I’m brought back to earth by the sound of a honking horn and a raucous shout, “Hey, you two, get a room!”

Embarrassed, I push away from Billy and stare at the ground, trying to get my breathing under control. Billy grabs my hand and kisses the back of it like an errant knight wooing a fair maiden. This strikes me as hilarious and I snort laugh. Also embarrassing.

Billy releases my hand and tilts my chin back. “I’m not leaving until you look at me one more time. I promise you, it’s safe.”

 ~ Book Trailer ~

~ About the Author ~

Marilee Brothers is a former teacher, coach, counselor and the author of ten Marilee0708hbooks. Marilee and her husband are the parents of three grown sons and live in central Washington State. After writing six young adult books, Marilee is once again writing romantic suspense for the adult market. She loves hearing from people who have read her books. Feel free to contact her at Website  and sign up for her newsletter The Obsessive Page Turner. Her author page on Facebook is: www.facebook.com/marilee.author and she occasionally tweets @MarileeB. Check out Marilee’s Amazon page here

Marilee’s blog is Book Blather, http://bookblatherblog.blogspot.com where she features aspiring and published authors as well as some tidbits of her own.

~ Other Books by this Author ~ 

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Series: Unbidden Magic 

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MOONSTONE A Fictionwise Fantasy bestseller Young Adult A sickly mom. A tiny house trailer. High school bullies and snarky drama queens. Bad-guy dudes with charming smiles. Allie has problems. And then there’s that whole thing about fulfilling a magical prophecy and saving the world from evil. Geez. Welcome to the sad, funny, sometimes-scary world of fifteen-year-old Allie Emerson, who’s struggling to keep her and her mom’s act together in the small-town world of Peacock Flats, Washington. An electrical zap from a TV antenna sets off Allie’s weird psychic powers. The next thing she knows she’s being visited by a hippy-dippy guardian angel, and then her mysterious neighbor, the town “witch,” gives her an incredible moonstone pendant that has powers only a good-hearted “Star Seeker” is meant to command. “Who, me?” is Allie’s first reaction. But as sinister events begin to unfold, Allie realizes she’s got a destiny to live up to. If she can just survive everyday life, in the meantime.

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Book Tour: The Death of Ink by M.M. John

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Title: The Death of Ink

Author: M.M. John

Release Date: 30 January 2014

Publisher: CreateSpace

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Paige Langley is a bright girl with a troubled home life. Devon Connors is a star athlete and school journalist with a past he wants to hide. When Paige reads Devon’s short story binder, Paige thinks she’s reading fiction. She doesn’t know about the dead girl who haunts him every night… Rather than have his secrets exposed, Devon befriends Paige and helps edit her entry for a writing contest that Paige desperately wants to win. High school politics—and the spark of chemistry—keeps their relationship interesting. But can she trust him?

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Germaine’s Used Books

Paige Langley rushed past the poster advertising the latest New York Times Bestseller, and rested her books on the only table available in Germaine’s Used Books.

Catching her breath, nostrils flaring, she surveyed the area before starting down a book aisle.

Bookshelves made of oak stretched from floor to mid-ceiling with an impressive showcase of titles. Quotes from Faulkner and Shakespeare were stenciled over bookcases. On the far-left wall was a mural of a family reading under a tree. Ads for half-off and buy one get one free sales lined the wall. Everything in the store seemed to encourage, even beg people to buy a book.

Paige picked up a book from a shelf, an old Linda Davis title. On the cover, a busty brunette rested in the embrace of her equally as attractive male counterpart. Paige read the tagline near the bottom: Will a decade’s old secret tear lovers apart?

The book pages felt worn under her fingers. Dog-eared pages revealed love scenes, the especially salacious bits underlined in red. The blurb promised late night trysts with barrel-chested, hairy men.

Maybe reading would help her forget the knot in her throat, the memory of eating her lunch in solitude, choking back tears. Everyone seemed to have a friend. But being fifteen, a new student and a senior could take a toll on anyone.

Paige lowered her eyes, sighed, and walked back to her table. She gingerly rested the book on the table, pushing her school bag and textbooks under her seat.

She searched through the aisles for the book she needed for A.P. History and even talked to the man at the customer service desk without any luck. She started back to her chair, and stopped.

The book she rested on the table was pushed aside, replaced by a clutter of papers and folders. In the chair opposite hers a boy, mumbled to himself and wrote on a paper.

Devon Connors cursed and erased something. Sunlight from the vertical window hit his cheek and reflected off the metal rings of his binder. His planner told him what he already knew: Essay. Four pages. Due tomorrow.

Chewing his bottom lip, he watched his pencil sitting uselessly in his hands.

Of all the writing prompts, Mr. Gerard chose one that promised to be devoid of any joy or fulfillment.

Describe the advantages and disadvantages of Dickens’s use of present tense narration in Bleak House.

Maybe it would have been easier to write if he had actually read the book. The book looked like an interesting read, but like most of his assignments, he had gotten to it too late. Senioritis had reared its ugly head, leading to a dull sense of complacency and the sensation that high school was over before it was done.

He wished to be struck with a bolt of inspiration, an idea, a thought, anything. Still, he knew genius didn’t come from thin air. Writing took time, practice and patience.

He just didn’t have any right now.

A shadow fell over the table. He looked up at a short kid scowling back at him. Weird.

Confused, he turned back to his work. The girl let out an exasperated sigh and retrieved her book on the other side of the table.

“Oh, were you there?” he asked.

“Don’t worry about it,” she said. “I’ll just go somewhere else.” She brushed her red hair off her shoulders.

“Sit here,” he said. “Sorry, didn’t know anyone was there.” Well, there had been that book, but people left books on tables here all the time.

“I’m Devon, by the way.” He pushed his things aside to make room for her.

“Paige.” She sat down and immediately opened her book, lips twisted.

On second glance, she didn’t look that young. Freckles sprinkled her cheeks. Her lips were full and pink beneath a nose too small to be called bulbous and too big to be considered diminutive. She was pretty, if he sort of squinted. And she looked familiar, as if he’d seen her just that morning. “You live around here, don’t you? I’ve seen you before.”

She must have been caught in a dream world. She looked up, startled.

But those eyes, nothing plain about them. As if she was so much more than the deceptively simple package she was wrapped in. Bright green irises that melted into pupils as dark and enigmatic as the expression she was wearing.

Paige set her book down. “I’m sure you haven’t,” she said. “I live in Leesburg.”

“That’s a long way.”

Leesburg was called the Lakefront City for good reason. It was nestled next to the teeming waters of Lake Harris, about twenty-two miles away from Clermont.

“I just started at Bass Towers,” she said. She fingered the corners of her book, eager to get back to whatever garbage bodice-ripper she’d picked up.

“That explains it. I’ve been going there for three years. I’m a senior.”

“I guess you must have seen me around campus.”

“It’s a big school,” he said. “Do you like it so far?”

Paige paused for a moment.

“Not much?” Devon asked unaware Paige’s attention was by the doors.

Paige focused on Devon again. “Well…” she tilted her head thoughtfully. She laughed, “I guess not, but I’ve made a few friends.” Something about the way she hesitated told him she was lying. “Some things confuse me. Why is Room 103 next to Room 110 on the first floor?”

“Prank,” he said. “It happens at the beginning of every school year. Some idiot switches the plate numbers on the doors. It usually stays that way for about two weeks until someone cares enough to change it back.” He studied Paige for a second. “I hope it didn’t throw you off too much.”

“I got along fine, thankfully,” she said.

He realized he was staring. He looked down at his paper, erased a sentence and sighed.

“What are you working on?” she asked.

“This?” he laughed, and pushed his paper over to her. She leaned forward. “Just an assignment I have for my literature class.”

“You’ve made excellent progress on it,” she said.

The page was blank.

“Glad you think so.”

She giggled.

“Yeah, well, wait until you get into your senior year. The amount of work they give us is ridiculous,” Devon said.

Paige started to speak. Her smile faded and she stared past him again. He turned around.

“I thought you were saving a seat for me…”

Cristina Spradley stood behind him, wearing track shorts, a hoodie and neon orange crocs. She rested her Jansport backpack on the table.

“I was.”

“God, look at this table. Almost as bad as your room. I hope my stuff isn’t in here.”

The table was crowded with open folders, papers and textbooks. Bits of eraser and crumpled notepad paper were scattered. There wasn’t enough room on the table for an elbow, much less a textbook.

Devon’s face turned bright red. Paige went back to reading her novel—or at least pretending to.

“It’s under the table.”

Cristina looked around, her light blue eyes stopping on Paige. She paused as if really seeing her for the first time. “Hey.” She sounded embarrassed.

“Hi,” Paige said quietly.

“You’re done getting your books?” Devon asked.

“They’re not here. I’m ready to go.” Her tone soured.

Devon started to pack his things. “I’m not going to another store.”

“I didn’t ask you to.”

He stuffed his things in his book-bag.

Cristina put a hand on her hip and looked at Paige. “Sorry he was bothering you.”

Paige nodded, lowering her head deeper into her book, not seeing, not hearing, though a smile played at her features.

Devon zipped his backpack. “Happy?”

“Fine, let’s go.”

Cristina hurried to the door without a glance back.

Bye. Devon mouthed over his shoulder.

Paige waved at him and watched them exit. She returned to her book. Definitely a flirt. The blonde had to be his girlfriend.

She realized she hadn’t done what she needed. She put down her book, which she decided to purchase later. With a less crowded table, there was plenty of space to work.

But a binder she did not recognize was with her other things. It was white with a protective sleeve on the cover. It didn’t have any identifying marks on it, only two words written on the front with a black sharpie: The Collection.

She opened the binder and read the first page, again only two words: “Drummond Island.”

She did a quick thumb-through of the pages, taking into account that there weren’t any names, only pages full of words. Every so often there was a break in the words, and then a page with a drawing or sketch.

It couldn’t have been an assignment. There would have been some form of a header on it. There was none.

Maybe the binder belonged to Devon? But she was sure she saw him put the only binder he had out back in his bag. Almost positive. The binder could belong to anybody. Dozens of people passed through Germaine’s in one day. Perhaps someone left behind by accident?

Acting against her better judgment, she stuffed the binder in her bag. She would look it over tomorrow.

***

Paige spent the next afternoon sitting in the living room, reading The Collection, and eating bowls of Pops cereal.

From “Godless,” about a minister’s wife who posed as a prostitute and killed her husband, to “Drummond Island,” a sentimental account of a father-son relationship, there were sixteen stories in all. The binder was three inches thick with the protective cover tattered on the front. The stories were recorded on white, lineless paper that was yellowed and creased at the corners.

She was mesmerized by the stories, and the author behind them. Paige flipped back a page.

The author. He or she was hard to identify.

Rob.

The name was on a page by itself surrounded by white canvas. It was struck through three times. Then there was the name Olivia a few pages after that in the same fashion. Smack in the middle of the narratives that Paige got her answer.

DevonJConnorsDevonConnorssDevonJayCnnrsDevonnconnor…

She thought so. Unless it was dumb chance that she met a Devon at the same time she found the binder, it belonged to him, or someone obsessed with him. Paige closed the binder.

***

The binder was still in Paige’s room on Saturday.

Her grandmother and sister were at work. Paige was at home watching a trashy reality show on TV and babysitting her niece, Justice. All part of a healthy weekend diet.

Justice sat in the corner of the living room, her legs splayed over the pale beige carpet. A Barbie and Ken doll in her hands, she smashed their heads together in a false kiss.

Paige frowned. “Juney, that’s not a nice thing for dolls to do.”

The girl just made a face at her aunt and continued the dolls’ make-out session.

Paige hadn’t seen Devon on Friday. So the binder remained in an isolated spot on her bookshelf.

Okay, so she hadn’t exactly been looking for him at school, either.

She unraveled the ad she took from the school’s bulletin board:

The First National Linda Davis Writing Contest

Do you have a passion for writing?

Do you dream of seeing your name on bookshelves?

Do you long for the fame of being a celebrity writer?

Sponsored by the author of the award-winning book The Novel Affair, the Linda Davis High School writing contest is now open.

Three (3) contest winners will receive a $5,000 dollar cash prize each and an autographed copy of Linda Davis’ latest: Nighttime Enemies. One (1) grand prize winner will win a trip to New York to meet Linda Davis and receive a free critique from her editors with a chance at publication.

Open to all high school seniors in the continental United States. For full contest rules, details and exclusions, visit: lindadavis.com/fiction_contest

The timing couldn’t have been more perfect.

Still in her pajamas, Paige lounged in her grandmother’s two-position recliner and changed the speed on the seat’s back massager. Her phone vibrated on the side table next to her.

She ignored it. Landon always called Saturdays.

They’d met five years before, when his parents divorced and he moved into his grandmother’s house at the end of the cul-de-sac. Two years older than her, he’d been one of her only friends at her old school. Actually, they’d been more than friends.

The phone beeped for the second time that morning. Out of curiosity, she listened to the message. His phone was choppy. It always was. There was a lot of background noise: music, voices, and the robotic whirl of some type of machinery.

“Hey,” Landon’s voice came out through the sea of static. “Um, I don’t know if you’re not there, or if you’re just ignoring my calls.” That last bit sounded angry. “Still, I know you’re alone this Saturday, and I was wondering if you want to hang out.” There was a break in his words, it sounded like he was talking to someone in the background. “It’s busy in here,” he said, laughing. “Anyway, I get off work at three, so call me by then, okay?”

The line went dead.

Paige ended the call and returned the phone on the side-table.

~ About the Author ~

College student by day, clandestine writer by night, M. M. John lives in a Florida town full of ghosts, mysteries and secrets. The Death of Ink is her first novel.

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Release Day Blitz: Fashion Forward by LightBurst Media

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60scoverTitle: Fashion Forward: a 1960s Fashion Coloring Book For Adults

Author/Publisher: LightBurst Media

Release Date: 26 February 2016

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Fashion Forward: a 1960s Fashion Coloring Book for Adults features 27 original fashion illustrations for you to color and enjoy. Images are printed single sided so that you can easily cut them out. Relive the fashions of 1960s including hair, accessories and outfits. Pick a page that jumps out to you and let the fun begin!

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LightBurst Media is a publisher of unique adult coloring books. We use only original, hand-drawn art in our coloring books. Our first book, Space Dreams: Sci-Fi Adult Coloring Book Adventure, was published in December 2015. It is receiving a lot of good attention and is also a good adult coloring book for men as well as women. We have several other adult coloring books coming out in 2016. For more information about our new releases, promotions and giveaways visit us at our website at:

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Release Date: 12 December 2015

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Space Dreams: Sci-Fi Adult Coloring Book Adventure features 38 original sci-fi illustrations for you to color and enjoy. Images are printed single sided so that you can easily cut them out. Immerse yourself in a land where robots, portals, aliens, and beautiful space villages exist. Pick a page that jumps out to you and let the fun begin!
-38 Original hand-drawn pages, no computer generated images
-Images printed single sided
-Perfect coloring book for men and women!
-Bonus offer to get two free images from Space Dreams, inside the book

 

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