Sunday Shorts: Willow, Wish for Me by Jacquie Rogers

Sunday Shorts is a meme hosted by Kriss over at Cabin Goddess.  The rules are easy, a short story, an anthology of short stories, a novella, or a quick weekend read that is also short on your wallet!

Willow, Wish for Me by Jacquie Rogers

Book Description:
A high-society debutante seeking solace as an herb farmer in the Old West.
A high-stakes gambler hired to retrieve said debutante for her unscrupulous suitor.
A money-hungry, status seeking ex-fiancé who doesn’t get the “ex” part.
And Merlin, King Arthur’s powerful sorcerer, re-emerges as a mule to fulfill his own destiny. Continue reading

Join Me for August Blogging Fun: #BlogFlash2012 and #photoadayaug

Peer pressure is not just for teenagers. I have some really fabulous blogging friends, but they participate in all these fun challenges and before I know it, I’ve been sucked in. August is my birthday month, and I’m sure I should be resting, taking the whole month off.

Instead, I’ll be posting a picture each day as part of #photoaday challenge from Fat Mum Slim.  Photobucket

I’ll also be writing a themed post each day for #BlogFlash2012. You can find out how to play along on Terri Giuliano Long’s blog.

Terri Giuliano Long: #BlogFlash2012
I also have seven reviews for blog tours (most of which have giveaways, so watch for those) and six more unrelated giveaways. A few of these reviews and giveaways are going to be posted on My Other Book Blog, but most of them will be here. So stick around it’s going to be a wild ride.

Why don’t you join me in one or both of the blogging challenges? It’ll make me feel less crazy to know there are other crazies out there.

Come on, you know you want to.

It’s just one.

Everybody’s doing it.

“Three Lost Kids” Children’s Books Tour Wants Mommy Bloggers and Book Bloggers

Three Lost Kids Blog Tour 
 (Mommy and Daddy Bloggers needed)


Join award-winning author Kimberly Kinrade for the month of October to celebrate Halloween and All Hallow’s Read with a big giveaway for her launch of The Three Lost Kids & The Death of the Sugar Fairy. 

What’s All Hallow’s Read? Author Neil Gaiman started this tradition a few years ago as a way to encourage the act of giving a book for Halloween.
Beginning October 2 through October 31st, Kimberly is looking for bloggers to review and/or host an interview, guest post or pre-written promo post for her children’s chapter book series (for lower-grade readers 4-9 years old) and post the HTML code for a Rafflecopter giveaway. Continue reading