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Tag: new adult

Are you ready for some changes?

I took a break from this blog for most of July. That doesn’t mean I have stopped brainstorming. I want to make this a book blog a place that helps the indie authors I love. To become your go to location for new books, new authors, awesome giveaways and so much more. I always want it to be fun for the readers, authors, and me too.

I will be reformatting everything with these goals in mind.

One update will be started regular daily, weekly and monthly posts with a theme. I want you to know that on Fridays a list of FREE ebooks will be waiting in your email. Still working on other regular posts for you to get familiar with but you get the idea.

Some of the highlights will be:

Author Spotlights and interviews.

Free Books.

Books on Sale.

Cover Model Spotlights (you like that one?).

Reader Recommendations.

Reviews by Me, my team, my friends and you.

and more.

So… Who’s with me?

~Red xoxo

Resurrection by Maggie Jane Schuler

Maggie Jane Schuler

Resurrection

Amazon: https://amzn.to/2lL7Tuk

Blurb:

Jenna:

My life was perfect. I’d had it all: a doting husband, a career on the rise, and great kids. When all that comes down around me—when I lose the one person I need— it feels like my world has been swirling around the edges of a black hole. A never-ending despair that is consuming me. The vows I had made to him still haunt me, still feel as fresh as the day I’d spoken those words. But he’s gone and I don’t know how to move on. I’m not even sure I could.

Until… I meet him.

Chase:

I was happy. So happy. There was nothing more that a man could ask for. I had the kind of fairy tale that few get. I worked hard and played hard, but my family always came first. But when it all crumbled around me (more…)

Up to Bat by Maggie Jane Schuler

Maggie Jane Schuler

Up to Bat

Book One

Series: The Diamond Series

Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MBkAn4

I’ve planned well, studied hard, and dreamed of my future. It keeps me alive, ignoring the things from my painful past. The thing about life is that it can throw a curveball into your path that you can’t anticipate, and plan accordingly.

But life’s cruel. It offers both good and bad, and no time for the right reaction.

My junior year of college should (more…)

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