Monthly Archives: September 2015

Book Spotlight : The Wraith Of Carter’s Mill: The Curse Of The Carter Women by C. Evenfall

Welcome to my tour stop for the blog tour posted by the lovely sage book tour. In this tour stop, i will be highlighting a book that is a mixture of historical , familial and paranormal fiction. While i haven’t had the pleasure of reading this book myself, i still love to premise and the blurb of this book.

So why don’t you lovely bookworms go ahead and read the blurb that has me all excited and add it to your GoodReads shelf because i am quite sure that you will love the premise of the book as much as i do ! 
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Review: The Arithmetic of Breasts and Other Stories by Rochelle Potkar


This cluster of 7½ literary short stories presents to you the romantic-sexual facets of:
Narain who lusts for Munika, hypnotized by her bosom in The Arithmetic of Breasts, and old Jaganlal who wants a favour from young Dia in The Room with a Sea-view.

Jackie who is in love with Nic in Sky Park, and the surgeon in Dr. Love who is changing much more than Sneha’s hairline, nose, lip and chin.

Shonali and Neel who are realizing that infidelity might not be such an easy thing in The Scent of a Conscience, and a woman who walks the tight rope between tradition and sexual exploitation in A place they call Scary.
Sunil who meets the woman of his desires in What Men Want through an adult dating site.

Through these stories, Rochelle Potkar explores the intensely personal ‘unrelationship’ that exists alongside its conventional and socially articulate twin, the relationship.

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Blog Tour: Bleedovers (A Crossfades Novella) by William Todd Rose


Welcome to my stop on the Blog Tour for Bleedovers hosted by the wonderful TLC Book Tours!! Read on for my thoughts and a chance to enter an amazing giveaway as well! 

Enjoy your visit lovely bookworms 😀 

Sure to thrill readers of Stephen King, Joe Hill, and Dean Koontz—William Todd Rose’s new dark horror novella is a tale of bloody retribution that blurs the line between the waking world and the terrors of the night.

There’s only one thing standing between humanity and the dark forces of the supernatural: the secret agency known as The Institute. The organization depends on regular guys like Chuck, a Level I Recon and Enforcement Technician who guides tormented spirits into the next life.

From an office deep underground, Chuck projects his spirit into Crossfades, monstrous realms where the souls of the dead, unable to move on due to fear or anger, devise macabre tortures for themselves and one another. He’s always been able to leave his work behind at the end of the day . . . until now.

First in dreams, then in waking nightmares, Crossfades are bleeding into the physical world. And now it’s up to Chuck—along with his partner, a woman named Control—to put a stop to it. Because there’s no telling what might come over from the other side.

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Audio Tour: Perfectly Innocent by Tamra Lassiter


Welcome to my first ever Audio Tour hosted by the wonderful Indie Sage Promo 😀

This was my first experience with an Audio Book and let me tell you, I absolutely loved it!!

Go ahead, and check out my review for Perfectly Innocent Audio Book by Tamra Lassiter and don’t forget to enter the amazing give-away where in you can win wonderful priizes as well :d 

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ARC Review: the Foxglove Killings by Tara Kelly


Gramps always said that when the crickets were quiet, something bad was coming. And the crickets have been as silent as the dead. It started with the murdered deer in the playground with the unmistakable purple of a foxglove in its mouth. But in the dying boondock town of Emerald Cove, life goes on.

I work at Gramps’s diner, and the cakes―the entitled rich kids who vacation here―make our lives hell. My best friend, Alex Pace, is the one person who gets me. Only Alex has changed. He’s almost like a stranger now. I can’t figure it out…or why I’m having distinctly more-than-friend feelings for him. Ones I shouldn’t be having.

Then one of the cakes disappears.

When she turns up murdered, a foxglove in her mouth, a rumor goes around that Alex was the last person seen with her—and everyone but me believes it. Well, everyone except my worst enemy, Jenika Shaw. When Alex goes missing, it’s up to us to prove his innocence and uncover the true killer. But the truth will shatter everything I’ve ever known about myself — and Alex.

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