Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Blog Tour: Ensuing Darkness (The Dark Chronicles: Book 1) by Sabrina Giles @sabrinabgiles @MkgConnections #Giveaway

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Ensuing Darkness
The Dark Chronicles: Book 1
by Sabrina Giles


Kota's hometown is harboring more secrets than she ever imagined.

Hunting, partying, and hanging with the guys has made up the most of her frustratingly simple life, and she's looking hard for something else. Something new. Unfortunately for her, she gets her wish senior year when a family of dancers comes Waltzing into her life.

Unbeknownst to Kota however, the Peters are hiding dark secrets and a dark past that's still chasing them. Their dangerous mission needs to go perfectly, but when the twins get mixed up in a taboo romance with Kota and her best friend Sue, things get nasty for everyone.

Driven by her inexhaustible curiosity and the disturbing effect the Peters have on her, Kota starts pushing her way towards the truth without hesitation. All at once, she's surrounded by everything she never knew existed, and now more than just her life is in danger.

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"Kota, I'm begging you, stop right now before something bad happens. Before you get hurt." On these last words, I had to stop. That was too close to what was really going on and I was suddenly on guard. Does he know their secret too? How?

"Louis, what exactly are you talking about?" I was nervous and scared. If he knew, they were in big trouble, but if he didn't know, I didn't want to give away anything that would make him suspect. "How do you think they're going to hurt me?"

"Kota, listen," he said, turning to completely face me now. "I've known people like them and they never do any good. These people are different in a bad way, and you may not see it truly now, but trust me, you will soon. Something will happen."

"What if you're wrong? What if they're just different and they do do good?"

"If they're just different, then they're still drifters, and that means that what you and Connelly have isn't going to last. He's going to leave, and then you'll be left. Hurt." He sat up straighter now and added, "Either way you look at it, you're gonna end up hurt if you stay with them ? Either physically or emotionally."

I was trying to ignore how much his words hit me, and part of me thought I was getting so mad because I didn't want them to be true. I couldn't back down though, not now. I was too deep into it now to quit. I knew too much, and even though it had become dangerous, I was going to have to stick it out. I couldn't let them down. "Then who should I be with? You?"

He looked surprised for a minute and then shrugged, saying, "Well, you know, I've always _"

"That's just the problem," I interrupted. "Instead of just being a friend, you're acting out of jealousy because you want me to be with you."

"Kota, that's not what I meant, and you know it."

"How do I know for sure?"

"You know me, that's how! I'm your best friend!"

"If you were really doing this all along just to get with me, then you weren't really a friend at all." The words were out before I could stop them and I bit my tongue. We both looked surprised and his face changed from being angry to being extremely hurt.

An Interview with Sabrina Giles:

What inspired you to write Ensuing Darkness?

This book has gone through so many evolutions; it's hard to say exactly what inspired me. I'd felt that several books I'd been reading at the time to be missing something in one way or another, and decided to see what kind of story I would get if I put all of those missing pieces together. The Dark Chronicles was born.

When or at what age did you know you wanted to be a writer?

6th grade. First, I was assigned to write a short-story for a class project and was surprised by how much fun it was. I aced the project and continued building on the short-story until it was a full-fledged book. Then when we were taking our end-of-the-year exams, I was one of only five students to receive the highest mark on our essays. That's what really got my attention and proved to me that I might just have a knack for this writing thing. ;)

What is the earliest age you remember reading your first book?

The clearest memory of me reading is in 1st grade when I started in on our library's non-fiction section, plowing through all of their books on animals and nature. I was a few books shy of reading all they had in my reading level before we moved to a new school with a much bigger selection. I didn't read my first real fiction book (other than the usual children's books) until much later.

What genre of books do you enjoy reading?

As always, I love non-fiction. In Fiction, I have always tended to stay within the YA/Upper YA genre, and have recently started looking into the New Adult and a few Adult novels. I love reading anything Fantasy, Paranormal Romance/Paranormal Fantasy, Thriller/Horror (I have to be careful with these because I'm a bit of a scared-y cat), General Fiction, Contemporary Romance, Chick-Lit, etc. There's more, but I'm sure you get the idea. ;)

What is your favorite book?

That seems to change depending on what books I'm reading at any given time. Right now? I'd have to say "The Gameboard of the Gods" by Richelle Meade, "Dorothy Must Die" by Danielle Paige, and "The Historian" by Elizabeth Kustova.

You know I think we all have a favorite author. Who is your favorite author and why?

Haha, I've been asked this before, and I really don't think I have one. Truly. I do have authors I love enough that I would pretty much buy any book they put out, and I have authors that I like for themselves as well as their books, but no one author sticks out above the rest as my ultimate favorite. To me, that's like asking someone to choose which best friend they prefer the most. I can't do it.

If you could travel back in time here on earth to any place or time. Where would you go and why?

The 90's, because things were much simpler back then, and I miss it.

When writing a book do you find that writing comes easy for you or is it a difficult task?

Usually, it does come easy for me, but not always. Sometimes I wrestle with an idea or concept, a character won't fit the mold, or I'm flip-flopping between one or more ways the book could go without a leading on which way would be best. The latter is by far my most common problem.

Do you have any little fuzzy friends? Like a dog or a cat? Or any pets?

I do! I have a Boxer named Hera and a poofy black cat named Grimm.

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What is your "to die for", favorite food/foods to eat?

Fried Chicken/Chicken Fried Steak/Steak/Ribs, mashed potatoes & gravy/french fries, green beans & corn. Then for dessert there's peach cobbler or apple pie. Haha, I'm from Texas.

Do you have any advice for anyone that would like to be an author?

Don't get in a hurry to hit the big time, because it doesn't happen that fast. DO NOT stop reading, even when you're writing your books. Focus on getting to know other authors/book bloggers in your same genre(s), building a network of friends that help each other out. HELP OTHERS AND DON'T BE SELFISH. Don't just sit there and wait for people to come to you, to find you, because that doesn't work. Get out there and let yourself be heard and seen. Don't be afraid to ask for help or advice, but again don't be selfish and only ask for help without ever giving any help to others in return. Be careful when asking for beta readers, and try to find some whom you can trust. Make sure to get your work professionally edited, proofread, formatted, and get a professional cover. Lastly, have fun and enjoy what you do, no matter what anyone says. I'm giving all this advice based on personal experience.

Thank you for having me, Nancy!

About the Author:

Sabrina Giles was born during a storm, in a room with no windows and no electricity. She used to hate reading fiction so much her mother made it a punishment, and then suddenly something clicked. Now she can't stop writing it.

Ensuing Darkness is the first in her series The Dark Chronicles. She's persistently working on its sequel, as well as a couple other projects you might see popping up soon.

When she's not writing, she can be found spending time with her husband, being crafty or making tasty messes in the kitchen.

She & her husband currently live in Illinois with a boxer, a fat cat, and are expecting their first child.

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Review of Alliance (Paradise Reclaimed #3) By Aubrie Dionne @AuthorAubrie

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Paradise Reclaimed #3
By Aubrie Dionne
Published: January 25th 2014
Publisher: Inkspell Publishing


"Saving him meant saving her colony…"

Lyra Bryan has been saving people her whole life from a chick in the ventilation pipes to her mentally ill brother when his mind drifts back to Old Earth. She meets her match when she finds a gorgeous alien man aboard the arachnid ship. Captured after a failed attempt to save his people, his spirit is broken, craving only vengeance. To save her colony, Lyra must save his body and soul.

Lyra's lifemate, Tauren, is jealous of her obsession with the alien man and will do anything in his power to break them apart. While they travel to the arachnid's home world to defeat the mother brain once and for all, they must set aside their differences and work as a team. But, can Tauren be trusted?


I stood before the portal to the science labs, scraping the plastic screen of my wrist locator with my fingernails. How was I going to sneak back in without Dr. Catcher seeing me? Her name didn't bode well for my predicament.

Crophaven had given me a reprieve by not reporting me to the authorities, but if I couldn't get past Dr. Catcher, then his uncharacteristically generous oversight would be for naught.

Using my wrist locator, I texted Alcor. Need a diversion to get back in. Two seconds later, my wrist beeped. I'm on it.

Not much to go on. I leaned against the wall and squished my rubber sole into the chrome until it squeaked.

Guilt soiled my conscience. Crophaven had let me off easy because of my pairing with Tauren. Even if I still wanted to be with him, I couldn't use my connections to get myself out of trouble. That was just plain sleazy. I had to break it off with Tauren, pronto.

The portal dematerialized beside me, and I jerked to attention, not knowing what to expect.

Alcor stepped out, holding a blinking device. "I'm getting better reception out here."

"What?" I whispered before I realized he wasn't talking to me.

Once Alcor walked past the frame, he signaled to me to follow him back in. "Oh, wait. Maybe not. Guess I'll have to try the lab again."

I snuck into the lab behind him and darted behind a container. Peering around the side, I looked for a clear path to the back room where I should have been doing experiments all day. Dr. Catcher sat at a table, her eyes glued to the microscope. "Any luck?"

"I have what I need." Alcor pressed the panel, and the portal to our private lab dematerialized. Crawling on all fours, I slipped in ahead of him.

My Review:

I received a free copy of the book from the author for my honest opinion.

Lyra Bryan has been saving lost souls all of her life and now she wants to and has to save the alien that is a survivor like herself from the arachnids' ship. Lyra has been the only one that can help her brother Leo comes back to the present after a visit to the past on Old Earth. Lyra and her family have kept Leo's mental illness a secret as much as they could. But Lyra always manages to bring him back. Lyra has a great big heart and wants to save everyone but she can't save everyone but she tries. It is not in her heart to just walk away from the alien and not help him. Lyra and the alien, Asteran were both captives of the arachnids until Nova saved them.

The arachnids are giant alien spiders that came to Paradise 21 to take all of the humans back to their home planet as food for the queen of the arachnids. Asteran is the only survivor from his home planet. The arachnids attacked his planet and he was the only to survive thanks to Nova. When Asteran finally wakes up he tells Lyra that their planet is in danger. The arachnids will come to their planet and attack them just like they did his planet. Lyra tries to warn Commander Crophaven. She tells him that they need to go to the alien spider's planet and kill the queen spider in order to save their colony but the commander says they can't do that. They will have to wait for the arachnids to come to them. But Lyra and Asteran have other plans in the making.

Lyra is attracted to Asteran with his golden skin color and his cobalt blue hair. His body is to die for with muscles for days. Not that she peeped under the sheet while he was unconscious or anything. Ha Ha! What woman wouldn't peep if they found their selves in the same predicament as Lyra? Women as well as Men are gonna look at a beautiful person if and when given the chance. All men and women can recognize beauty I mean they are not blind not matter what they may say.

Lyra's lifemate is jealous of Asteran but I image that he is not the only one he is jealous of. Her lifemate Tauren thinks that Lyra should do what he says and she should also believe and think like he does. Lyra doesn't want to be Tauren's lifemate but hasn't found the right time to tell him. Even though she doesn't love him and under no circumstance does she want to spend the rest of her life with him she is having a hard time letting him in on that fact because she never wants to hurt anyone no matter what kind of person they are or what they have done to her.

After discussing with the commander the intentions of the arachnids and not getting the support she needs to save her colony. Lyra takes matters into her own hands with the help of Nova, Asteran, and her brother Leo to do whatever it takes to save their colony from the arachnids.

I have really and truly loved reading the Paradise Reclaimed series and am really looking forward to reading more about the people on Paradise 21. Aubrie Dionne knows how to capture your attention from the first page of the first book or from any book she has written. I love reading about aliens, spaceships, planets and colonies. Aubrie Dionne is one of those authors that you don't have to read the summary of her books to know that it is going to be good. She is like Stephen King meaning that no matter what genre she writes in you know it is going to be a #1 hit. I have loved every book that I have read by her and I don't know which one is my favorite. But I guess since I am a horror freak I would have to say that her science fiction, dystopian books about the planet Paradise 21 are my favorite. That includes the Paradise Reclaimed series and the A New Dawn Series as well. Although I have not finished the A New Dawn series as of yet but I definitely plan on it.

I can't wait to find out more about Lyra and Asteran if they end up together and how Tauren actually accepts her rejection of him. Does he try to get revenge? Will they be a part two of Alliance? Or will the next book be about other characters in the series? I would like to learn more about Lyra and Asteran's relationship but I love all of the characters in this series. Hopefully we will get to continue following the colony on Paradise 21. And if you have not read the Paradise Reclaimed series or the A New Dawn series then I highly recommend both series.

Other books in this series: Book covers linked to my review.

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About The Author:

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Aubrie Dionne is an author and flutist in New England. Her books have received the highest ratings from Romance Times Magazine, as well as Night Owl Reviews and Two Lips Reviews. She has guest blogged on the USA Today Happily Ever After Blog and the Dear Teen Me blog and signed books at the Boston Book Festival, Barnes and Noble, and the Romance Writers of America conference. Her books are published by Entangled Publishing, Harper Impulse, Astraea Press, Spencer Hill Press, Inkspell Publishing, and Lyrical Press. When she's not writing, Aubrie teaches flute and plays in orchestras.

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Monday, September 29, 2014

Review: Dead Girl Walking (Royal Reaper Book #1) by Ruth Silver @writeawaybliss @GHBTours #Giveaway

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Title- Dead Girl Walking
Series- Royal Reaper Book #1
By- Ruth Silver
Genre- YA, Paranormal, Royalty
Published By- Patchwork Press


Forget everything you know about grim reapers.

Princess Ophelia Dacre sneaks out of the castle to visit her boyfriend in secret. A perfect night cut short when she's brutally murdered.

Ophelia is given the rare chance to become a grim reaper. She must become Leila Bele, cut ties with her old life, and follow the rules of the reapers. Her greatest adventure begins with death.

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My Review-

I received a free copy of the book from the author for my honest opinion.

Princess Ophelia Dacre is not your ordinary princess, one who thinks she is better than most folks especially the poor people. No Princess Ophelia is a very nice and sweet young lady who cares about everybody. But she doesn't like to follow rules, rules that she doesn't agree with at least. The King Ophelia's father has arranged her marriage to Prince Astin. The only problem Ophelia has with this arrangement is the fact that she doesn't love the Prince and she doesn't like people controlling her life and bossing her around. She may not like all the rules that are assigned to her but she does try to follow them and do what is required of her unless she doesn't agree with them.

Ophelia has a secret; she sneaks out her bedroom window at night to go meet her boyfriend Larkin. She even keeps secrets from Larkin too. He doesn't know that she is the princess. Ophelia has not told him because she is afraid of losing him if he knows the truth. Not that he would break it off but he would probably want to go tell her father how much he loves her and her father would more than likely lock her up in the tower and throw away the key. Anyways he would find a way to stop Ophelia from seeing Larkin no matter how much he hurt his daughter. The royal family has a reputation to follow and live by, of course. One night when she is out with Larkin at a pub she has to go to the outhouse but before she reaches the outhouse she murdered.

Ophelia is given a choice to either move on or become a grim reaper. She chooses to be a grim reaper. She then becomes Leila, the reaper of souls. Leila has a lot of rules that she must go by as a reaper but she doesn't like following rules no better now than she did when she was Princess Ophelia and alive. She has a lot to learn as a reaper but she has a wonderful group of Reapers to teach her all the ropes of being a reaper. When Leila gets her first reap she finds out that it is not exactly what she thought it would be. Actually she never really gave any thought to what being a reaper meant. The only thing she was thinking about at the time was finding out who killed her. Leila decides that she doesn't want to be a reaper any longer. Her understanding of being a reaper means that she is killing people and she wants no part of that.

Leila meets other reapers that teach her a lot about being a reaper and the rules that she must follow. They also become her friend and help her when she needs it or gets herself into a bind. Leila likes all of her new friends especially Wynter whom she comes to care about a lot and who also cares about her. Wynter and Leila have a special kind of relationship. Does Leila find out who killed her? Will she ever learn to accept the choice she made? Will Wynter and Leila fall in love? If they do will they ever tell each other how they feel? To find out the answers among other things you will just have to read Dead Girl Walking of course.

Dead Girl Walking is not the first book by Ruth Silver that I have read and I hope that it won't be the last. Every book by Ruth Silver that I have read I loved so when I saw that she had written another book I couldn't wait to get my hands on it. I didn't even have to read the summary to know that it would be a great book. If you have not Dead Girl Walking then my opinion is that you should read it asap along with her other books as well like the Aberrant Series and Orenda they are just as amazing as Dead Girl Walking.

About the Author-

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Ruth Silver is the best-selling author of ABERRANT, a young adult dystopian adventure series published by Patchwork Press and Lazy Day Publishing, in 2013. Author, YA Blogger, and Book Manager with Booktrope Publishing, Ruth keeps busy with writing, updating her book blogs Write Away Bliss and YA Book Deals, and promoting authors.

With a passion for reading, photography, and traveling Ruth has plenty of stories and experiences to share. She loves dystopian, paranormal, and fantasy young adult novels most of all. Ruth has been actively writing since she was a teenager. She currently resides in Plainfield, Illinois.

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1 signed paperback of Dead Girl Walking (US only)
5 eBooks of Dead Girl Walking (Intl)
1 eBook of Jacob, King of Portalia (intl)
1 eBook of Spirit Warriors: The Scarring (Intl)
1 eBook of Fractured Dream (intl)
1 eBook of Orenda (Intl)
1 eBook of Eyes of the Enemy (Intl)


Release Day Blitz: Incarcerated (Love and War Standalone) By Inger Iversen @kris10inger @GHBTours #Giveaway

Series- Love and War Stand alone
Genre- Adult Contemporary Romance  
Publication Date- September 29th, 2014

One of the few white kids in a rural Kentucky town, Logan Whyte always kept to his own kind out of self-preservation. He never considered himself racist, but that didn't stop him from falling in with the wrong crowd that celebrated hate as much as he fought it - or from ending up in prison for eight years on an armed robbery charge.

A successful and educated black woman, Katie Andreassen is tired of being accused of betraying her own race. Her lonely isolation, coupled with her grief over losing her mother, inspire her to create a new pen pal program at Capshaw State Penitentiary, where her father is a warden.

The program brings together the unlikely pair, but Logan and Katie soon find themselves forced to overcome past fears and prejudices. Their friendship doesn't come easily - threatened by a crooked lawyer with a grudge and a best friend who betrays her promise to help.

When faced with a world that forces them apart, Logan and Katie must show everyone else what they have discovered: that love is, in fact, colorblind.


Release Blitz: Here Comes Trouble By Natalie Acres @NatalieAcres @HotTreePromos #Giveaway

Ellie Hunter wasn't looking for a protector, but she definitely wanted a place to lay low and hide. Divorced from her abusive husband for over six months, Ellie goes to Trouble's gates as a last resort after her ex pays her a 'final' visit.

Allister McCall, Ryan Thomas, Derek Swinney, and Bradley Powers have known Ellie for the better part of their lives and the memory of sharing her is stamped in their minds. When Ellie arrives in small town Trouble, the men jump to all sorts of illicit assumptions.

Once Ellie reconnects with Allister, Ryan, Derek, and Bradley, Ellie's life is seemingly complete, assuming her ex-husband will let her live in peace. With Navy SEALs training behind them, Ellie's men are confident Ellie's ex will finally let her go but if he refuses there will be hell to pay. One way or another, four men will ensure Ellie is protected, loved, honored, and adored.

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Sunday, September 28, 2014

Book Blast: Life on Hold by Beverly Stowe McClure @beverlymcclure @toobusyreading #Giveaway

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Life on Hold
By Beverly Stowe McClure


A paper found. A secret revealed. A girl's life changed forever. Myra Gibson's life is a lie. For sixteen years her parents have kept their secret, but the adoption paper she discovers while cleaning the guesthouse tells the truth. As the past and present collide, Myra finally stands up for herself and begins a journey she may regret.

Praise for Life on Hold

All I can say is wow! Beverly Stowe McClure knocked this one out of the ballpark. The story of Myra and her search for the truth touched upon one of the fundamental needs of all children (and teens): the need for a father in their lives. ~ Darby Karchut, author of the Griffin Series and other books for tweens, teens, and adults.

McClure exhibits rare talent in this story which follows a young girl on her journey to discovery as she struggles to be true to herself in this compelling coming-of-age novel. ~ Children's Literary Classics Book Reviews (Silver Medal Winner 2012)

Teen readers can easily relate to Myra's pain and rebellion. Part coming of age, part teen romance, "Life on Hold" is full of surprises. ~ Peggy Tibbetts, author, editor, and associate producer.


As we drove to my house, I gazed out the car window. The moon, hazy around the edges, hung in the sky. Stars smiled down. The evening with Jeremy had been fun, like before his trouble, before KW, before I defied my mother. I tried to hold the happiness of the past hours in my mind, but a sour lump clogged my throat. Shivering, I rubbed my arms. I was as bad as Rachel, thinking only of myself, unconcerned about my mother's feelings, ignoring the fact she'd worry if she got home before I did.

"You want me to turn off the air conditioner?"

Jeremy's voice startled me. My thoughts had wandered. Lately, the past kept intruding in my life, making it difficult to concentrate on the present. I looked at Jeremy, who was looking at me, a thin wrinkle between his eyes. "What?"

"You've got goose bumps."

I stared at my arms. Tiny bumps dotted them, yet sweat dampened my palms. "I'm okay," I said, as okay as I could be, considering I'd hung up on my mother, considering I was with Jeremy.

On the plus side, I was enjoying myself, except for the unwelcome phantom face haunting me every time I blinked ¾ KW. He would not go away. I wanted Dad to be my dad. He wasn't, at least not my birth-dad. Since he wasn't really my dad should I keep calling him Dad? Father? Or was Neil better? What about Stepfather? Why was it so hard to make decisions?

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Author Beverly Stowe McClure

Most of the time, you'll find Beverly in front of her computer, writing the stories little voices whisper in her ear. When she's not writing, she takes long walks and snaps pictures of clouds, wild flowers, birds and deer. She also enjoys visiting with her family and teaching a women's Sunday school class at her church. To relax she plays the piano. Thank you, Mom, for making encouraging me to practice. Her cats do not appreciate good music and run when she tickles the ivories. She is affectionately known as the "Bug Lady" because she rescues butterflies, moths, walking sticks, and praying mantis from her cats.

Beverly has several articles published in leading children's magazines. Two of her stories have appeared in CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE SOUL Anthologies. She also has nine books for children and teens published, with four more under contract.

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Blog Tour: Twisted Fate By Sharon Rose Mayes @sharonrose @GHBTours

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Twisted Fate
Series- #1
By Sharon Rose Mayes
Genre- YA Paranormal
Expected Publication Date- August 11th, 2014

History repeating itself is usually a joke people make to explain things that seem to happen over and over again. But what if it is more than that?

Amelia Fitzgerald is about to find out that the saying is more than what she ever thought it was.

After a tragic accident claimed the lives of her parents Amelia started having the most vivid dreams. The kind where the tears are very real, leaving Amelia convinced that her dreams are more than dreams. When she meets Liam it all seems to come in a bit of truth and even more questions.

She learns that everyone's fate is set, but that sometimes it gets twisted. Of course with the truth comes a price and there are those who want to make sure that the truth doesn't get out.

After all the good and the bad doesn't want the world to know, people just may start choosing sides.

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About the Author-

Sharon lives in Lufkin, Texas with her two sons. She chronicles her daily life at her personal blog Not Your Mom Blog and has been active in the blogosphere for seven years. When she is not chasing her kids and playing soccer mom she writes and dreams of all of the places she can't wait to travel.


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