Showing posts with label Book Talk. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Book Talk. Show all posts

Dec 11, 2014

Best of 2014 Giveaway Hop



Proud of You and The life List were books that I've read this year and loved. I'm giving away a copy of both of these books from the Bookdepository to one lucky winner. This person will also receive some nice, bookish happy mail.


 



I will contact the winner on twitter or via email. If I don't hear anything within 60 hours the prize will go to someone else. If the Bookdepository doesn't ship to your country I can send you kindle books for equal or lesser value. If you already have the books I will replace them with another one of my favorites. This giveaway is international, all of my giveaways are. Good luck!


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Dec 10, 2014

Shopping!



I've done a lot of shopping lately and have decided to share some of my purchases with you. I love Ecco-Verde and buy a lot of my beauty products there. Lavera eye shadow is usually very good and I try every new color that suits me. I'm a big fan of the Akamuti lip balms and would love to try the Mango Tree Butter as well.


I bought this phone cover from Clippycabin. I hope it will arrive soon as I can't wait to see the live version.


These two books were bargains on Amazon, so I got them straight away. I look forward to reading them very much.


I bought this phone sleeve from Petiteblasa. I've already received it and it's gorgeous!



I'm very happy with my button and pocket mirror from Correspondances. They're so pretty!


I bought this beautiful bracelet at Chris O's Creations. I've been searching for the right leather bracelet for a very long time and am glad that I've found this one.

Dec 3, 2014

2014 Debut Author Giveaway Hop!



For me the debut of the year is True Colors by Krysten Lindsay Hager. I love this book and am trying to promote the author as much as I can. The winner of this hop will receive a copy of this wonderful book, $10 to spend on any other debut of choice and I will also send some happy mail. The runner up will receive a copy of True Colors and a Christmas card with a small gift from me.


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Nov 30, 2014

The Twelve Days of New Adult Giveaway Hop



I love to read New Adult books which is why I signed up for this hop. Because Aurelia B. Rowl's Christmas Is Cancelled will come out on December 1st I've chosen her Popping the Cherry series as the books I will be promoting with this giveaway. I love these stories and hope you will put them on your Christmas wish list.


I'm giving away the 2 Popping the Cherry ebooks and Christmas is Cancelled or $15 to spend on books from either the Bookdepository or Amazon, winner's choice. I will also add some lovely surprise mail. 


I will contact the winner of this giveaway on twitter or by email. If I don't get a reply within 60 hours the prize will go to someone else. The giveaways on my blog are always worldwide. Good luck!

Nov 17, 2014

New Books From Sophie!



I have a lot of new kindle books and all of them thanks to Sophie. I received a gift card from her as a present and two days later I was the lucky winner of one of her birthday/anniversary giveaways, so I received another one. The gift and the prize made my day which means I had two really good days last week.


It's so much fun to shop for books when there's a gift card balance. I always love browsing amazon to find new kindle books, but knowing they are a present makes it even better. I managed to order a lot of great titles for my gift cards. I still can't believe I have 9 new books to choose from. Thank you Sophie for being so generous, I love my wonderful new books and can't wait to read them!

Nov 9, 2014

Fashionably Yours Guest Post & Excerpt!

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I can't wait to read Fashionably Yours. It looks really great! I feel honored that Swati Sharma wrote a guest post for me. I'm also posting an excerpt, so you can start reading immediately. I love Swati's wonderful playlist. You can listen to the songs while you're reading, which is fabulous, have fun!
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Swati's Playlist
Writing is albeit a fabulous but a lonely profession. There are some days when I am so full of ideas that I write round the clock without feeling the need to stop to eat or to pee but some days are so lonely, sad and crap that my mind is totally blank and I find myself struggling to think about the next line, next paragraph or the next chapter. This is the moment when I get into the panic mode and suspect everything about the book in question. This is the point where I turn to the music for the inspiration. I always have a playlist ready on my ipod for the current WIP.  
I am more than glad to share the few songs from the playlist which helped me through writing my debut novel Fashionably Yours.
  • Woman’s World- Cher: I absolutely love this song. This song has played a huge role in the character development of Maya. Maya, the main protagonist of my book, is a very strong and an ambitious woman. No matter how hard the situation is, she never gives up.
                                     http://youtu.be/JjPWL-23w-w

  • Fashion Show-Cory Lee: This is practically a theme song of Fashionably Yours. It’s such a beautiful, cute and fashionably uplifting song.  All the glamour in the book is only and only because of this song.
                                     http://youtu.be/F8EDkzgGP18

  • When You Say Nothing At All- Ronan Keating: I have heard every single song by Ronan Keating. He has got the best voice ever and this song is soooooooo gorgeous and romantic that I couldn’t help but used it in the book when Maya and Aryan kissed for the first time. I went through some dark personal stuff while writing the book and this song had done the wonderful job of hauling me out of the darkness and helping me creating the sparks between Maya and Aryan.
                                     http://youtu.be/AuJrEBtmM1Q 

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Nov 8, 2014

Mistletoe Mansion Contest, Blurb and Excerpt!


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Today I'm showing you the blurb and excerpt of Samantha Tonge's new book. The main character Kimmy is a celebrity loving baker who's often with her head in the clouds. You can read the first chapter of the book here. Enjoy reading it! 
There's also a wonderful contest you can enter:


Have fun!

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Bio

Samantha Tonge lives in Cheshire with her lovely family, and two cats who think they are dogs. When not writing, she spends her days cycling and willing cakes to rise. She has sold over 80 short stories to women’s magazines. Her bestselling debut novel, Doubting Abbey, was shortlisted for the Festival of Romantic Fiction best Ebook award in 2014. Its fun standalone sequel is From Paris with Love. Mistletoe Mansion stars a new set of characters and is for fans of cupcakes and Christmas!

Blurb

Kimmy Jones has three loves: cupcakes, gossip magazines and dreaming of 
getting fit just by owning celeb workouts.

When Kimmy’s Sensible Boyfriend told her he didn’t approve of her longing for the high life or her dream of starting a cupcake company Kimmy thought she could compromise – after all, she did return those five-inch Paris Hilton heels! But asking her to trade in cake-making for a job sorting potatoes is a step too far.
So, newly single - and newly homeless – Kimmy needs a dusting of Christmas luck. And, masquerading as a professional house sitter, her new temporary home is the stunning Mistletoe Mansion. Soon she’s best buds with glamorous next door golf WAG Melissa, and orders are pouring in for her fabulous Merry Berry cupcakes! The only thorn in her side is handsome handyman Luke, a distraction she definitely doesn’t need. And talking of distractions, something very odd is going on at night…
Kimmy is finally living the life she’s always wanted. But will her glimpse into the glittering lifestyle of the rich and famous be as glamorous as she’s always imagined…?

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Nov 7, 2014

Lavender Loves Petit Four & Interview

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I love the cover of Petit Four and can't wait to read the stories. I love cake and celebrations which is why I was very happy when I could ask the authors some festive questions. I love their replies!


Cindy Arora

What is your favorite festive read?
Hmmmmm.  Merry & Bright of course! http://www.simonandfig.com/merry-bright/

Do you have a special holiday memory?
My favorite holiday memory is of my late Grandmother Carmen. She was the matriarch of our family and also our holiday sparkle, she would always make us our Christmas Eve tamales that we looked forward to every year. Even as she got older, she always made it her job to have those tamales ready for us come Christmas time. I have many  wonderful memories of her standing in the kitchen, wearing her slippers and unwrapping a tamale from it's banana leaf. She would smile and ask me if i needed some tequila to go with my tamale.
 Which, the answer was always "YES!"

What is your favorite Christmas desert?
Christmas Cookies specifically brown butter shortbread. They are the best! Although I would like to start a new tradition with my family this year. So I am working on finding a NEW holiday dessert that my son will love and make a part of his holiday memory.
 

Sue Watson

What is your favorite festive read?
When my daughter was little I would read ‘T’was the Night Before Christmas’ from about November onwards. She would often ask for me to read it to her earlier, but I drew the line at August! I’ve always loved Christmas Eve and the way anticipation glitters in the air and makes you feel all twinkly inside and this book encapsulates that feeling for me. My Mum also read it to me when I was little and just thinking about it sends me straight back into my childhood and I swear I can taste cinnamon and hear the sound of distant sleigh bells.

Do you have a special holiday memory?
My daughter’s first Christmas. It was also the Millennium and a big Christmas and New Year celebration in our home. Even though our baby was only 9 months old she had a new party dress in navy blue taffeta and seemed to know this was a special time for celebration. All through Christmas Day she squealed and waggled her legs about in excitement – mind you, so did I!

What is your favorite Christmas desert?
 My very favourite is Sherry Trifle, I could eat a whole one to myself - ok I confess I have done that - in one sitting. I also love Christmas Pudding, and always, always smother it thickly with brandy butter, rum cream and anything other variant on cream and alcohol that’s deliciously high in calories. I always go completely mad, because calories don’t count at Christmas do they?


Joel Zlotnik:


What is your favorite festive read?

I can't think of one in particular but one of my favorite things about the holidays is getting to spend time with my nephews and niece who live on the other side of the country. I love reading them bedtime stories, especially if they're books that I remember ... last year I was reading poems from Shel Silverstein's "Where the Sidewalk Ends" to my youngest nephew and it brought me right back to my own childhood. It's really hard to believe that decades have gone by since someone was reading those poems to me.
 
Do you have a special holiday memory?

A couple of years ago I was dating someone who hated the idea of walking outside after the new year and seeing her street littered with dead Christmas trees. So we bought a live potted Christmas tree and decided after New Year's Eve we would find it a permanent home. We loaded the tree into her Jeep, threw in a shovel, a pick and some water jugs and headed about an hour and a half along a twisting road into the mountains near a local ski resort. We wound around hunting for a good spot and finally pulled off the road and down a small hill where we planted the Christmas tree in a small clearing that had some nice sunlight and seemed like it would get plenty of water. Anyone looking would have no doubt that this tree didn't fit with the other pines but I like to think the tree made friends with its neighbors and is still out there living a happy life. 

What is your favorite Christmas desert?
Homemade Christmas cookies ... It's sometimes obscene the number of sugary little Christmas trees and snowmen and reindeers and Santas that I can manage to consume in one sitting!


Lucie Simone

What is your favorite festive read?

This is actually a really tough question because I have so many! But one of my all-time faves is “Getting Over It” by Anna Maxted. It is absolutely hilarious, but with some real heart. I might be a bit biased, but I also love the collection of stories in Merry & Bright, which was released last year. I say I'm biased because I happened to edit them, but I still think they're tops in terms of getting into the holiday spirit. Filled with romance, humor and lots of pie, the stories each offer an escape into a wintery fairytale that can't be beat.
 

Do you have a special holiday memory?

One Christmas, when I was about 10 years old, I dressed up in my grandfather’s much-too-big red track suit, stuffed a pillow in my pants, and donned a Santa hat and fake beard to pass out presents. The pillow kept sneaking down my legs and the beard kept falling off my face, but I carried on! It was an absolute crack up. 

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What is your favorite Christmas desert?
For Christmas, my dad always made Cherry Dump Cake, which sounds awful, but is incredibly delicious! It’s cherry pie filling, toped with white cake mix, drizzled with butter and then covered in chopped pecans and baked for about 30 minutes. What comes out of the oven is heavenly! I’m already drooling!

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The Blurb
 Petit Four
 
Edited by Lucie Simone

Cake is often a major part of life’s celebrations, both big and small. From birthdays to wedding days, cake, in all its delectable concoctions, marks joyous occasions with a sweetness that can’t be beat. But even better is the love that is shared when two people connect over a sweet confection. Maybe it’s a cute new guy wreaking havoc on a broken heart, or a beautiful woman testing the limits of love, or an old beau stirring up long lost desires. Whatever the circumstances, cake can always be relied upon to save the day when it comes to affairs of the heart. In this collection of short stories, cake is the delicious center around which each tale unfolds and romance blooms.

When single mom and journalist, Olivia, sets out to find romance in Cindy Arora’s “Cake Therapy,” she gets a little help from her friends and more than a few slices of cake to coax her off the couch and into the arms of a truly great love. Lucie Simone’s “Aprez Vous” finds success-driven Tara in Paris reminiscing of her long lost love, Jean Marc, and her niece bound and determined to reunite them. In “The Heart-Shaped Secret of Raspberry Jam” by Sue Watson, cake enthusiast, Milly, meets her match in the kitchen, and other places, when new owners take over the tea rooms where she works and her talents and her heart are put to the test. And Scott, mayor of a small seaside community, flirts with political suicide in Joel Zlotnik’s “Her Charms” when he falls for new-in-town Nicole, an entrepreneur with a passion for cupcakes, and whose latest venture proves a little too sexy for the sleepy beach town.

From San Francisco to Paris, from small towns to tea rooms, this anthology tempts readers with humor, style, romance, and the powerful aphrodisiac that is cake. Petit Four is four stories, frosted with love. 


Oct 31, 2014

Books I'm Grateful I Read Giveaway Hop!


I'm really grateful I read these books. I'm also glad I had the chance to get to know the authors behind the wonderful stories. Because of that I'm giving my readers the chance to get to know their work as well. There will be 2 winners. The first prize is $12 to spend on books, either from Amazon or the Bookdepository, an ebook of choice from my favorites and happy mail. The second winner will receive an ebook of choice from my favorites and a set of bookmarks.





I will announce the winner on twitter or via email. If I don't get a reply within 60 hours the prize will go to someone else. All of my giveaways are international. Good luck!


 

The Literary Blog Hop Giveaway!



Reading has been a passion of mine for a long time and a good, complex story makes me happy. I will never lose my love for literature. It's why I siged up for this hop. I'm giving away $16 to spend on books of your choice. They have to be literature and I can both send kindle books or paperbacks from the Bookdepository. The winner will also receive a bookish surprise.






All of my giveaways are international. I will announce the winner on twitter or via email. If I don't get a reply within 60 hours the prize will go to someone else. Good luck! This is a hop, so have fun entering the other giveaways as well.

 
  1. Leeswammes
  2. Read Her Like an Open Book (US/CA)
  3. My Book Self (N. Am.)
  4. The Book Stop
  5. My Book Retreat (US)
  6. Books in the Burbs (US)
  7. Guiltless Reading
  8. Word by Word
  9. Juliet Greenwood
  10. BooksandLiliane
  11. Words for Worms (US)
  12. The Relentless Reader
  13. The Misfortune of Knowing
  14. The Friday Morning Bookclub (US)
  15. Readerbuzz
  16. Lavender Likes, Loves, Finds and Dreams
  17. The Emerald City Book Review
  18. Wensend
  1. Laurie Here
  2. A Cup Of Tea, A Friend, And A Book (US)
  3. Moon Shine Art Spot (US)
  4. I'd Rather Be Reading At The Beach (US)
  5. Lost Generation Reader
  6. Books Speak Volumes
  7. Mom's Small Victories (US)
  8. Books on the Table (US)
  9. Orange Pekoe Reviews
  10. Lavender Likes, Loves, Finds and Dreams
  11. Words And Peace (US)
  12. Booklover Book Reviews
  13. Inside the Secret World of Allison Bruning (US)

Dystopian Giveaway Hop!

I've read a few dystopian novels and liked most of them. I think there's a lot more I can discover about the genre which is why I hope you will recommend me your favorite dystophian reads.

My top 3:


1) The giver is one of the most beautiful stories I've ever read. I loved the other books as well. I'm a big fan of Lois Lowry and was very impressed by this quartet.


2) Never Let Me Go is special. It isn't an easy book to read, but the story is both amazing and slightly creepy. I felt so bad for the main characters and kept hoping they would be all right.


3) What I liked best about Inside Out and Outside In is the world building. The main character is brave and determined and the ending is great, quite unexpected too.


I'm giving away $16 to spend on Dystopian novels. You can choose between the Bookdepository and amazon. Both paperbacks and kindle books are possible. Of course I would love it if you'd choose one of these three books, but if there's another book you'd love to receive that's fine too. If you can find more than one book for the $16 that's all right as well. All of my giveaways are international.
I will send the winner a message via email or on twitter, if I don't get a reply within 60 hours the prize will go to someone else. Good luck!


 

Oct 29, 2014

Guest post from Sheryl Browne!

Hi everyone,
As some of you may know, I am a published author.  Always on the lookout for ways to help authors get published, I decided to try a new venture myself this month and submitted a book to Kindle Scout, currently “scouting” for unpublished books to be considered for a publishing contract with Kindle Press in 45 days or less. They are currently welcoming submissions for English-language books in Romance, Mystery & Thriller and Science Fiction & Fantasy genres.
Initially, you have to submit a complete manuscript, great cover, your bio, author pic and a little information about yourself. Kindle Scout then “use all of these materials to build you a Kindle Scout campaign page”. Once you submit, you will hear from Kindle within 1-2 business days (longer if there are lots of submissions) whether your book has been approved and, if so, the expected launch date of your campaign. As it’s a case of nothing ventured… I thought I’d give it a go. You can find out more about it here https://kindlescout.amazon.com/submit  (including a link to Q&A and the Kindle Press Submission & Publishing Agreement). It might be that it’s just right for you!
Book Blurb:
An officer and a gentleman, Justin Buckley-Golder doesn’t hesitate to propose to his pregnant girlfriend. Trying not to linger on the bloody senselessness of war, to block-out the flashbacks, the day his former fiancĂ©e blew his world further apart, Justin trusts Ashley completely. She seems to know intuitively when he needs to lie quietly, her warm body up close and the silence of a battle-free night like a soft blanket around him; to just hold her. Ashley, though, is not all that she seems.
To err is to be human, but can Justin come to terms with the hardest thing ever a man can forgive a woman?
Needless to say, in an environment where we all scarcely have time to breathe, your support is tremendously appreciated. Here’s to other authors out there hopefully finding another avenue to share their books with the world.
Thank you! Keep safe all.
About Sheryl
Heartache, humour, love, loss & betrayal - and a little Ohhhh la la! Sheryl Browne brings you poignant, witty modern romance.  A member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association and shortlisted for Innovation in Romantic Fiction, Sheryl now has six books published and has recently completed her MA in Creative Writing.
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Oct 26, 2014

Fairytales

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Ever since I was a little girl and read my first fairytale I've been intrigued by these peculiar and inventive stories. I still read them from time to time, I'm actually reading one right now. I love magic in stories. That's the most fantastic thing about them, because they don't have to be real they can be anything. It's what I like so much about fiction, the possibilities are endless. It keeps amazing me that the most wonderful things can come out of combinations of words. For me that is the most magical thing there is and the possibilities are endless.
In a fairytale good usually wins from evil. The journey is never an easy one, which resembles real life. Don't we all wish to have special powers from time to time? The best thing is that on paper we can give our heroes and heroines the tools that we miss. It is necessary to teach the villains a lesson. Sometimes we can't beat our own bad guys, which is maybe why I like fairytales so much. With a great trick or help from someone special or sometimes just by being good the situation always results in a happy ending. Aren't they the best? 
Real life is no fairytale. Sometimes it's a good thing too, as definitely not all elements of the stories appeal to me. I can live a perfectly happy life without running into a giant, an evil monster or a witch who could change me into a bird or a waterlily. There are some pretty magical elements in every day situations though. The most important one for me is love. Romantic evenings, beautiful weddings, perfect holidays and an unexpected act of kindness from someone who's close to you can all be like a fairytale. The connection is love. I think love conquers all. There's nothing more important in life than love. I don't mean only the love from a partner, but also from good friends, family or sometimes people you don't know very well at all. 
I'm a romantic person at heart, which is probably why I don't want to be all grown up. I like it that there's still a child in me. One that loves tiaras, pretty wings and cute dresses, but also one that can't get enough of amazing stories. I will always keep reading them and will try never to lose the tiny spark of magic that's so important in my life.

-- Suzanne --

Oct 24, 2014

Torn

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I keep wondering why there are people who never learn from history. A book genre people looked down upon ended up becoming increasingly popular several times throughout the past couple of centuries. These days we have access to much more information, but it doesn't prevent people from being ignorant and from making the same mistakes over and over again. Still genres are being labeled as inferior. The world population keeps increasing and with that the numbers of readers. There are so many good books, it's hard to choose sometimes. I think it's great that the choice is plentiful as it means there's something for everyone. There are quite a few people who don't agree with me about that though.
I'm a firm believer of letting people enjoy the things they love as long as they aren't against the law. When it comes to books that means we're allowed to read almost anything. There are people who think things should be different. They try to make others ashamed of what they read. When I read that someone hid the cover of her book behind a newspaper when she traveled by public transport, because she felt embarrassed about the chick lit book she was reading, I felt sad. Then not long afterwards I read once more about schools and teachers forbidding their pupils to read a certain type of book. I read the books in question and they were perfectly innocent and a lot of fun. It's astonishing, but that is exactly what seems to be the problem. Why is it it so bad to enjoy the books you're reading? Shouldn't we teach children that reading is fun? Is it good to label certain genres as unfit and inferior? Who decides that? And why are people accepting these opinions? I think it's wrong to associate reading with guilt as a child ends up feeling torn inside. Who wants to keep reading when they are constantly ridiculed and punished for the books of their choice? If it happens often and long enough they start to resent books instead and the wonderful world of stories will be lost on them forever.
When I was a child I got bored pretty easily and when that happened I always grabbed a book to read. I took what was available and had the chance to read a lot of great stories because of it. When in high school my teachers gave me compulsory reading material that was so dull I almost fell asleep I kept on reading regardless, but I knew others gave up and maybe I should have done that as well. When I look back at it I'm wondering why they wanted me and the other children in my class to read something so complex and difficult we clearly weren't ready for? Why didn't they choose something that we would love? What is wrong with something that's nice to read? I still don't understand it.
 It took me years to find back the joy in reading. When it happened I was a student, I studied Literature, but I didn't want to limit myself to what my teachers offered. I once more picked up everything I could get my hands on because I was curious. I didn't want to limit myself to a certain genre, I read something because I thought it would give me the precious gift of a good story. I wanted to know why certain books became a bestsellers. I kept asking myself the same question, what made these books such a success? Every time my answer was the same, people liked to read these books, they enjoyed them. Why are there people who keep looking down at a lot of these books then, as clearly those authors have done something right instead of wrong? Is it so bad to read for fun? I don't think it is, but I know there are people who don't or won't agree with me.
I've learned from every story I read. There's always knowledge to be gained. Reading something is so much better than reading nothing. I would encourage everyone to read. I don't want to be laughed at because I like comic books, romance novels, fantasy or chick lit. I've read some of the most fabulous books written by authors of these genres. I would never make fun of someone else because of what they read. I usually want to find out what's so fascinating, because I want to find out for myself instead. I wish more people would think that way. For me reading and happiness go hand in hand. My dream is that one day everyone will see it like that. 

Oct 19, 2014

Anniek's Fabulous Freebie: Land A Stranded Novel by Theresa Shaver

Five go by Land - Five go by Sea
A group of teens on a class trip to Disneyland are left stranded. An EMP over North America has destroyed everything electronic. No cars, no planes, no phones, no electricity. Refusing to wait for someone else to help them, ten courageous young people take charge of their future and choose to begin the long journey home. 1500 miles of adventure and lawless country await. Will their determination be enough?

Alex, Quinn, Josh, Cooper and Dara - setting out on foot with nothing more than some soon to be worthless cash and a little advice from a trusted teacher, they walk through a burning city that has come to a halt. The devastation they see as they make their way out of the city is a small part of the horror that the nation will become. As the days go by with no food deliveries and no water flowing from taps, civilization will start to crumble and it will be survival of the fittest. With five States and half a Province to cross they will need to plan well, count on each other and pray for a little luck. Even with that, chances are slim of getting home when you are Stranded.

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Written by Anniek

When a FABULOUS book is available for free then of course we have to let you all know!

Land is the first book in a series of 4. When the EMP destroys everything electronic the class is divided by choice. 5 teenagers choose to try to make it home by land, 5 teenagers choose to try the same by sea and a larger group (including the adults and teacher) stay in the city for help. Who will make it home and who will not?!


What I liked a lot about this book is how the story is told. You really get an idea about how it will go when the world as you know it stops to exist. When I was reading I asked myself...what would you do when the world as you know it will stop to exist? What are you willing to do to get home to your loved ones?


In Land, which is the first book, you will learn about the journey that Alex, Quinn, Josh, Cooper and Dara have when they are trying to get home. They chose to travel by land.

Sea is the second book. In this book you will read about the journey of Emily, David, Mason, Lisa and Mark. They made the choice to get home by using a boat. Emily and Alex are best friends and it was hard for them to choose a different road. They all live in Canada so the road or sea ahead is a long one. Still both groups are determined to get home to their families.


City is book 3 of the stranded series. City tells the story of the group that decided to stay in the city and wait for help.The luck of this group is that their teacher is a survivalist. Will the knowledge that she has will be enough to survive? And in the end find their way back home.

Home is the last book in this series. What will the teenagers who did make it home find when they finally get home? What will the world when it stops to exist like how it is now?!

The first book Land is free in the kindle store now at Amazon.
Get it and get it now! You will not be disappointed.

Needless to say that I will buy the other books as well because I can’t wait to read the other stories!

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