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Friday, July 20, 2012

I’m Doing a Threesome Today

FOOLED YAs! NOT REALLY! But I got your attention. Right? Today, I’m doing three mini book reviews. I intended to do these a while ago but it was around the time Glowstick came to live with me. Well, to let you know, he’s back with my daughter and she’s still doing outpatient rehab. Things aren’t exactly the way I want them, judges look at grandparents like they’ve got ten heads, and DCF... well…whatever. That’s all I have to say about that.

So on with the book reviews…

I heart me this first book --- like twenty-five hearts. It’s the second book in the Sabrina Strong Series.This book is soooo hot it sizzles. Lorelei introduces us to more hotties.

vampires trill

Sabrina’s got herself some problems. Men. Vampire, werewolves, an incubus, and a Nephillim. Like they say, you can’t live with them or without them. But here, I think she could dump a few and would probably like to. Some want her dead. Some want her in their bed. Some want to marry her and get her pregnant with some super-hybrid-baby. But her heart belongs to one person. A shape-shifter but he died. Oh my…

You can find Lorelei’s book at Amazon .

Pricing:

Paperback sells for $16.95

Kindle Edition sells for $6.95

Second Book

This one get’s Shelly’s TFF Award --- what does TFF stand for? That’s my secret but I’m sure you can figure it out. It’s hilarious, delightful, and original.

Agnes et Yves

The story Patricia created revolves around three characters. Agnes, Yves, and Ann Marie.

Agnes is an art journalist for a mainstream art magazine in L.A. She’s got serious issues with her newest assignment. French artist. French men. French anything. Her published piece and odd behavior gets her fired. After, she sells everything and hops a plane to Spain. Those were intentions anyway.

Yves is a French artist living in Paris, France but his inspiration has dried up. And his live-in lover/muse is driving him crazy. Ann Marie. He’d love to dump her. And she’s doing everything to make him settle down and conform to her standards. This does not include painting.

Strange and unforeseen events bring these three together into a hilarious love triangle.

You can find Patricia Herlevi’s book at Amazon .

Pricing:

Paperback sells for $10.80

Kindle Edition sells for $9.99

The third book

This one gets TWENTY-FIVE SHINY SHELLY STARS. Why give five when you can give more. Right?

bad day

Devon Cooper did a genius job creating Bad Day. Who’d ever thought one could find love and lust being stuck in an elevator because of a bomb threat? This story will not only get you laughing but crying. As funny as it is, it’s also sensitive. I highly recommend this book, too.

You can find Devon Cooper’s book at Amazon .

Pricing:

Paperback sells for $14.99

Kindle Edition sells for $3.09

Ooooo! And starting Tuesdays, I’ll be doing ‘What’s Your Nosh Tuesdays’. It’s to help promote the new and Indie author’s books or, a piece you’re working on. So a lot of you will be getting an e-mail from me with interview questions.

That’s all for today folks.

Later in the ink all,

Shelly

35 comments:

  1. Bad Day sounds pretty interesting if somewhat different... And the vampire book is enticing but not sure about the other one! Just my opinion... Nice blog and great post!

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    1. Pat,

      All three are great reads. I enjoyed them all.

      Thank you much for visiting.

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  2. Great mini-reviews and I love your rating system! Unique and special, just like you! Thanks for recommending these 3 books. They sound great! You've peaked my attention with Sabrina Strong's unusual predicment! And I've been planning to read Bad Day, which is almost next on my list. And Shelly, looking forward to Tuesdays! Take care!

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    1. Lena:

      Thanks for stopping by and for your support.

      Hugs to you.

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  3. You write the best reviews Shelly! It's always nice to see what my fellow writers are up to and these writers sound way cool!

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  4. I haven't got the money right now to buy Lorelei and Patricia's books, but I would so love to read them. I've read "Bad Day" and you're right...you'll laugh, you'll cry and maybe feel the need to munch on some cookies...

    Great little mini reviews. Looking forward to Tuesday's as well! :o)

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    1. Thank you, Beth. I sent you a Tuesday agenda and interview questions, too.

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    1. Thank you, Sir Wills. I can't wait to do yours.

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  6. Love the eclectic rating system, Shelly. :) Big fan of Lorelei's myself.

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    1. E.J. gotta keep it interesting, you know. Thank you for stopping by.

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  7. All sound like great reads.

    Hope glowstick and your daughter fare well.

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    1. Thank you for your well wishes, Miranda.

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  8. Nice posting and reviews all sound like nice reading and definitely worth checking them out!

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    1. Thank you, Gossip. All three are great.

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  9. Good reviews, Shelly!

    I'm not a fan of vampires, but Lorelei's book sounds good. The second book sounds like something I'd like (though I'm reluctant to pay that much for any ebook) and as for the third, well, I love it. I'm a big fan of the author.

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    1. Thank you, Norma. You'd like Lorelei's book. It's got plot. That's what I like about it. It's not about a sucking-blood-fest.

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  10. Aw! 25 hearts? Wow.
    I love your mini reviws, Shelly. They all sound awsome (esp. the vampire one-oops I gave it away, since I'm the author tee hee)

    Thanks for the review, I loved it!

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    1. Yup. I heart me vampires and Lorelei. You're awesome.

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  11. The vampire story sounds interesting. In bed, dead, sounds fun.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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  12. Thanks for the fun reviews, Shelly!

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    1. You're welcome, Lynn. I enjoyed all three books and doing the reviews.

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  13. They all sound good, Bad Day especially. I hope things get better for Glowstick.

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  14. Thanks for the reviews. I would hate to be stuck in an elevator. What if I were stuck with mimes and contortionists, my two least favorite people? The horror! The horror!

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    1. I wouldn't like being stuck in a computer either.

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  15. Stuck in an elevator??? I would panic. I hate riding in them anyway.

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  16. Falling elevators were the source of one of my dark fantasies as a child, so being stuck in one would not be fun at all. *shudders*

    Good luck at Camp NaNo!

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    1. I prefer elevators to escalators. I fell off one when I was about 2 at the Macey's Department store in Washington.

      And thanks for the good luck at Camp NaNo. This is something I've always wanted to do. I missed the November and June challenge. Anyway, I've got 2 books to write. I hope to get one plugged out. If I can, I'll do the November challenge to get the other one plugged out.

      Thank you fo rstopping by.

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  17. Great reviews, Shelly. And a great title! Lol. For some reason I just get into trouble if I post stuff like that.

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    1. LOL! For some reason, I get away with it. Maybe peeps know I say stuff like that just to get attention or something.

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  18. I'm happy to hear that Glowstick is allright!
    Patricia's book sounds absolutely delightful!

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