Smashwords Sale!

Don't forget to check out the Smaswords sale page! I've listed some cool authors.
Sale runs from 1-31 of July!

Cheap and free ebooks!

Smashwords Summer/Winter Promotion 2013. 1-31 of July!

Monday, 25 April 2011

[woman]Life From Scratch - Melissa Ford

A post-divorce book about how one has to redefine oneself when a big part of their lives fall apart. Though I think that everyone who has gone through a breakup of a long relationship can find herself in this character.

A book about growing up when you are supposed to be grown up.

Monday, 18 April 2011

[gay] Caged - Sean Michael

As I mentioned in a previous post this book is not as fast paced as some of this other work but it makes up for this by being very strong in language.

Tuesday, 12 April 2011

[gay] Bitten - Sean Michael

I've not finished one but three books the past couple of days. Two by Sean Michael and one by Melissa Ford. I sat down and decided that I wanted to finish all my books that were over 50% read already, there were 5 to start with and only 2 left now.

The first one I finished was Bitten, the sequel to Bite about which I wrote a review before.
I did not think it was possible but this book has more wolves, more hot sex and a lot more action.

Wednesday, 6 April 2011

Ideas on cheaper reading

After hanging around different places on the net for a while I have seen a couple of questions pop up about ereaders and ebooks. Some or more technical and I won't go into those but some others I find to be interesting as they have more to do with our outlook on books and not per-se with ebooks.

Cost of ebooks
Samples/trying out small pieces
Lending/giving away/sharing

Sunday, 3 April 2011

[horror] Bone Machines - John Dodds

It's been a while, but like I promised last time I actually finished a book. Though not one I have posted about yet. It's a book I found through Smashwords, which I always find a great place to pick up new books.
It's a bit out of my comfort zone but I loved it!

A creepy killer, a charismatic artist, a cop, a journalist, gay men and a lot of woman, all part of the same play.