Thursday, June 27, 2013


I'm trying to get my reviews up. I'd like to be at 25 reviews by the 6th of July. I will pick two random winners. Their prize will be a Indie BookFest t-shirt. Just by leaving a review you will be helping out an author and you will be supporting IBF. So please spread the word and good luck. I need reviews on GoodReads and Amazon. For those of you that have already left a review, you are already entered. Happy reviewing :)

Monday, June 24, 2013

It’s that time of year again – SUMMER.
Shorts, flip flops, and sunglasses.
While the ice cream is thawing, the sun is rising, and that summer heat is blazing, I say it’s about high time for a giveaway! Wouldn’t you say?
And what better way to enjoy the beginning of your summer than with a little reading? How about doing that reading on a new Kindle HD?

This summer kindle giveaway is brought to you by an amazing group of Indie authors who’ve decided to start your break off with a kick. Follow the giveaway everyday of this month and collect your summer words as you go. Submit them in the end and earn yourself more points towards the grand prize! Complete the rafflecopter and you’re set.

Today's summer word is: [SURFBOARD]

Ends June 30th – 12:00 AM EST
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Thursday, June 20, 2013

Sweet ContradictionSweet Contradiction by Peggy Martinez
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Sweet Contradiction is just fabulous. I loved everything about this book. The fact that Beth gets out on her own after High School and doing her own thing because she wants to escape the life she was forced to live with her bible twisted father was a liberating. I felt like I could breathe better for her while reading it lol. The relationship she has with Jen, her best friend, is just epic. Then there is Matt. What can I say about him other than perfection? I love how Matt tested Beth and coaxed her into seeing that just because of who he was and what he believed in didn't make him and his family like her father. This book does not bash the bible in anyway so leave those type of comments to yourself. It showed the two different life styles based on religion and I just loved the moment she came to realize that too. I won't spoil that scene because I think it was the best one in the whole book. The only way I can describe the book is you can take the girl out of the small town but the small town will always be home sweet home.

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