Posts By: Lee

Jun 10
Top Ten Tuesday – Top 10 Books I’ve Read This Year

Top Ten Tuesday – Top 10 Books I’ve Read This Year

Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by the blog THE BROKE AND THE BOOKISH.  Every Tuesday, I love seeing these lists around my favorite blogs so I decided to jump into the fun and participate.  Please click the graphic above to see what other blogs are posting their top… Read more »

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Jun 08
Missive #1 – Where did She-Wolf go?

Missive #1 – Where did She-Wolf go?

A Hive of Industry – a Victorian era phrase to indicate hard work, or a group of people engaged in productive work. A Missive – a long, official letter. “Missives from the Hive of Industry” –  a new feature in which She-Wolf shares with you news, updates, flights of fancy, and… Read more »

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May 31
Two Blogs and a Book – Double Review! WIDOW’S WEB & DEADLY STING by Jennifer Estep

Two Blogs and a Book – Double Review! WIDOW’S WEB & DEADLY STING by Jennifer Estep

My buddy, Braine, of the spectacular blog Talk Supe, and I are doing a buddy read of the entire Elemental Assassin series by Jennifer Estep.  We decided to do two books this month and we had a nice little chat about them.  You’ll find our discussion on WIDOW’S WEB here… Read more »

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May 05
She-Wolf Spotlight & Giveaway – NIGHTMARE INK by Marcella Burnard

She-Wolf Spotlight & Giveaway – NIGHTMARE INK by Marcella Burnard

  One thing I’ve never mentioned on the blog is that I have a lot of guilty pleasure reality TV viewing.  It includes Housewives (in multiple cities) and…tattoos.  I’m a huge fan of Inkmaster on Spike TV and although I don’t have any tattoos myself, every week I sit there… Read more »

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Apr 21
GUEST POST – Marianne de Pierres & PEACEMAKER

GUEST POST – Marianne de Pierres & PEACEMAKER

       After reading Marianne de Pierres’s sci-fi/western genre-bending fantasy, I was struck by how cinematic it felt.  For me, it called up memories of spectacular visuals from films like Blade Runner, or western inspired production design from Firefly, and even brought to mind an old sci-fi film with Sean… Read more »

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Apr 18
INTERVIEW & GIVEAWAY – A.J. Larrieu and TWISTED MIRACLES

INTERVIEW & GIVEAWAY – A.J. Larrieu and TWISTED MIRACLES

  I’m excited to have author A.J. Larrieu at SWR today!  After having read her novella, ANCHORED, and loving it, I looked forward to her first novel set in the same world.  TWISTED MIRACLES released on April 7th and, needless to say, I enjoyed it just as much as the… Read more »

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Apr 15
She-Wolf Spotlight – DON’T LOOK BACK by Jennifer L. Armentrout

She-Wolf Spotlight – DON’T LOOK BACK by Jennifer L. Armentrout

  As some of you may remember, Jennifer L. Armentrout is one of my favorite authors.  Because of my love for her Lux series, I was definitely intrigued when I learned she was writing a YA suspense novel.  So it’s with great pleasure that I offer you this peek into… Read more »

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Apr 09
Cover Reveal & Giveaway – CRUSHED by Eliza Crewe

Cover Reveal & Giveaway – CRUSHED by Eliza Crewe

  A while back you may remember that I reviewed this book (and LOVED it):   I think in my review I said something like “It’s great YA full of excitement, conspiracy, friendship, drama, demons, power, and snark.”  I know it’s obnoxious to quote myself but I couldn’t resist.  I… Read more »

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Mar 26
ARC Review – THE LINE by J.D. Horn

ARC Review – THE LINE by J.D. Horn

THE LINE by JD Horn has all the elements that attract me to a book – southern gothic setting, witches, and dark family secrets that keep you guessing.  I really enjoyed the story’s premise and the details of its powerful world but there were certain elements that didn’t quite work… Read more »

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Mar 21
Two Blogs and a Book – BY A THREAD by Jennifer Estep (+ Giveaway!)

Two Blogs and a Book – BY A THREAD by Jennifer Estep (+ Giveaway!)

My buddy, Braine, of the spectacular blog Talk Supe, and I are doing a buddy read of the entire Elemental Assassin series by Jennifer Estep.  Rather than follow our normal format, we decided this time around to ask each other questions about our different takes on the book.  Here is… Read more »

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