SIX WEEKS OF LOVING YOU by KARLI PERRIN

“What’s the difference in being your friend or being your lover? You’ll forget me regardless. So why can’t I choose what I want to be to you?”
“Because I don’t want you to get hurt. I don’t want you to get a broken heart.”
“Trust me, it’s already full of cracks.”

What a sweet and beautiful story! Six Weeks of Loving You is our first-time reading author Karli Perrins work and we adored her words. We could easily see this book becoming a movie as it played out before our eyes. It had a 50 First Dates/The Vow feel, with a real emotional and romantic pull, and the authors own stamp branded throughout the pages.

We loved the humour and banter between all the characters, Karli Perrin has a fabulous sense of humour and who wouldn’t fall in love with the bromance between Spencer and Cora’s sister’s fiancé, Adam? It was hilarious! An enjoyable story with a few twists, where the swoon, emotion and engaging storyline made this a fabulous weekend read.

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Books To Read If You Like Logan Chance

Books To Read If You Like Logan Chance

Logan Chance is a USA Today Bestselling Author of contemporary romance novels. Some of his popular recent releases include Cold Hearted Bastard, The Deceit Duet, and the NewlyFEDS. If you’ve been searching for some hot new romance novels for your reading list, you won’t want to miss these books to read if you like Logan Chance!


Saints

by Sophia Henry

Release Date: October 13, 2019

The first book in the new Saints and Sinners Duet by Sophia Henry… Moscow 1989. The streets are lawless. When my twin brother defects from Moscow to play hockey in America, a ruthless gang sets their sights on me with an extortion plan. The leader of a rival operation offers to keep me safe. But there is a price, he wants my body. I know I should say no, but body over life seems like a much better deal.

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Georgia Moon

by Jen Talty

Release Date: November 25, 2019

The second book in the It’s All in the Whiskey series by USA Today Bestselling Author Jen Talty… For as long as she can remember, Georgia Moon Whiskey has been in love with Luke Hannah. Unfortunately for her, he has never given her a second look. But now it doesn’t matter. He betrayed her brother and left town. To expand the family business, Georgia buys Luke’s property. She turned it into a residence for their bull riding students and she moves into the master bedroom. It was all to try and get over the man who broke her heart.

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Trying to Score

by Kendall Ryan

Release Date: November 12, 2019

The third book in the Hot Jocks series by New York Times Bestselling Author Kendall Ryan… I knew Teddy King way before he was the hockey player that everyone wants a piece of. He was just a rebellious college co-ed and one of my more energetic study partners. But now the secret is out. One steamy encounter from our college days has surfaced and could cause a major scandal. That’s unless we can work together to stop it.

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Stealing Her

by Rachel Van Dyken

Release Date: November 5, 2019

The first book in the new Covet series from New York Times Bestselling Author Rachel Van Dyken… My estranged twin brother Julian has always been the wonder boy and was groomed to be the CEO of my father’s corporation. That meant my mother and I were left behind. After years of tearing our family apart, my father now needs my help. I have to pretend to be Julian while he fights to survive a tragic accident. I agreed, but what I didn’t expect was to develop very real feelings for Julian’s fiancée, Isobel.

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Hate Crush

by A. Zavarelli

Release Date: November 19, 2019

They call him the devil. But on my first day at Loyola Academy, I crashed-landed into him and was sure it couldn’t be true. He was the most gorgeous man I had ever seen. My starstruck eyes quickly vanished when his cynical eyes cut through me. I have no idea why he wanted to punish me, but from that day forward he made my life hell. I want to loathe him but his attention tastes so sweet.

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Your Christmas Love

by Layla Hagen

Release Date: November 16, 2019

Despite being a member of the well-known Bennett family, Sienna Hensley is determined to gather experience before joining their business. Her job at Statham department store is perfect. But there’s one problem. Her new boss, Winston. He is broody, dictatorial… and sexy.

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THE ONE NIGHT STAND BEFORE CHRISTMAS (Reindeer Falls #3) by JANA ASTON

We hereby petition Jana Aston to write Christmas stories every year, because …swoon…. This series is Christmas crack at its best!

The One Night Stand Before Christmas is Noel’s turn to find love at Christmas in this, the last book in the Reindeer Falls series by Jana Aston. We’ve already had Holly and Ginger’s stories, Noel’s wonderfully eccentric and hysterically adorable sisters. To say this series has got us one hundred percent ready for Christmas is an understatement! Christmas novellas are everything to us at this time of year, and Jana Aston has written three of our favourites. We are gutted that it’s over now and wish she’d write more.

“That’s quite the package you’ve got there, Santa.”
“Did you just make a dirty Santa joke?”
‘We move things to my bedroom after I ask Teddy if I can see his North Pole. Honestly, I’m not sure why he hasn’t run out the door yet either, but you do what you gotta do to get laid, I suppose.’

We LOVED Noel and Teddy!!! What a wonderful series this has been, we enjoyed every single Christmassy minute spent with the gorgeous peeps of Reindeer Falls.

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THE ONE NIGHT STAND BEFORE CHRISTMAS (Reindeer Falls #3) by JANA ASTON

We hereby petition Jana Aston to write Christmas stories every year, because …swoon…. This series is Christmas crack at its best!

The One Night Stand Before Christmas is Noel’s turn to find love at Christmas in this, the last book in the Reindeer Falls series by Jana Aston. We’ve already had Holly and Ginger’s stories, Noel’s wonderfully eccentric and hysterically adorable sisters. To say this series has got us one hundred percent ready for Christmas is an understatement! Christmas novellas are everything to us at this time of year, and Jana Aston has written three of our favourites. We are gutted that it’s over now and wish she’d write more.

“That’s quite the package you’ve got there, Santa.”
“Did you just make a dirty Santa joke?”
‘We move things to my bedroom after I ask Teddy if I can see his North Pole. Honestly, I’m not sure why he hasn’t run out the door yet either, but you do what you gotta do to get laid, I suppose.’

We LOVED Noel and Teddy!!! What a wonderful series this has been, we enjoyed every single Christmassy minute spent with the gorgeous peeps of Reindeer Falls.

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Top Science Fiction Books For Your Reading List

Top Science Fiction Books For Your Reading List

Have you been looking to embark on some amazing new adventures? You won’t want to miss these thrilling new science fiction books for your reading list! Check out our book recommendations from bestselling authors Christopher J. Fox, Austin Dragon, Ian McDonald, Craig A. Falconer, Andrew Bannister, and Chris Pourteau. Enjoy your new books!


Flip

by Christopher J. Fox

Release Date: August 21, 2019

Neuroscientist Aida Doxiphus has been trapped by an act of betrayal and sabotage. Her mind is locked in an alternate view of reality, one with a future that can be easily predicted. It is a view that the profiteering saboteurs believe they have to themselves and will do anything to keep it that way. Aida uses her extraordinary view to save the lives of people around the globe but her actions come at a steep price. Every moment she inhabits the alternate world she accelerates toward death. That’s if the saboteurs don’t kill her first.

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The Moon Is A Good Place to Die

by Austin Dragon

Release Date: July 22, 2019

The eighth book in the Liquid Cool series by Austin Dragon… Cruz has been framed for murder of the heir to a wealthy off-world dynasty and they want revenge. But Cruz knows who framed him. He fought this Three-Armed Man for his very life and no matter how long it takes, he will chase him down wherever the trail takes him. Cruz will have to travel far beyond Metropolis to the lunar colonies above, where the average resident is far richer than anyone on Earth.

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The Menace from Farside

by Ian McDonald

Release Date: November 12, 2019

Return to Ian McDonald’s solar system of the twenty-second century… Cariad Corcoran’s new sister is tall, beautiful and confident… everything she is not. These unlikely sisters and allies are determined to find the moon’s first footprint. But it looks like the lunar frontier is doing its best to kill them before they get there.

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Cyber Seed Quadrilogy

by Craig A. Falconer

Release Date: October 30, 2019

All four books in the Cyber Seed series by Craig A. Falconer with over 1200 pages… Kurt Jacobs has an idea for the ultimate gadget. One that will replace cell phones, credit cards, keys, and TVs. This idea consumes his every waking moment. The Seed finally becomes a reality when the Sycamore corporation buys into Kurt’s idea.

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Stone Clock

by Andrew Bannister

Release Date: November 19, 2019

The third book in the Spin Trilogy by Andrew Bannister… It has been a hundred millennia since the events of Iron Gods. The Spin is dying and it’s few inhabitants live unknowingly in the paradise of one of the hundreds of Virtual Realities called vrealities or they scrape by living out of the remains of the real world. As the vrealities drain the last resources of the Spin, a rebellion is forming.

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Optional Retirement Plan

by Chris Purteau

Release Date: November 5, 2019

For more than 30 years, Stacks Fischer has been a killer for hire for the Syndicate Corporation. He is known for being the most feared and respected enforcer in the solar system. But now he has a problem. He is losing his mind to dementia and unwittingly spilling corporate secrets in public.

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Interview with Christopher J. Fox, Author of Flip

What can you tell us about your new release, Flip?

Flip is a science fiction thriller that posits what it would be like if you could look at our reality in a way that’s different than our normal, everyday experience. In the alternate view, it’s much easier to predict future events.

The heroine is unintentionally thrust into this alternate view by her rivals who actually wanted to keep her out of the alternate view. While her mind is stuck in the alternate view, called the Wave World, her body lies in a coma like state here in the regular or Particle World. She uses what she learns in the Wave World to help others, but her body is being consumed every moment she’s there, accelerating her toward death. Her rivals want to capture, and subject her to terminal studies, while her family works to evade them and protect her.

Mix together plenty of conflict, action, villains you’ll love to hate and heroes who are fighting just to survive with a little quantum theory, neuroscience, and some Buddhist philosophy, and you’ve got a read with five-star Amazon reviews like:

“Excellent book! Great example of science fiction. Well-developed characters, riveting plot, and an interesting mix of actual science with a good fiction. Best book I have read since CS Lewis’s Space Trilogy. I hope a sequel comes soon. Very good book.”

“Excellent read. Author knows the science behind the fiction and weaves it well. Could not put it down once I started it. Looking forward to the next installment, and see how the characters evolve.”
Flip is the first in a series with these characters, there are at least three more stories.

What or who inspired you to become an author?

I didn’t intentionally set out to be a writer. I never had an “Aha! Yeah that’s what I’ll do, I want to be a writer” moment. I never had that epiphany or rush of clarity. But the desire to consume and tell stories was always there. I guess I was inspired by all the books and comic books I took refuge in as a kid. I loved writing fiction in high school. I took science fiction courses and wrote for the literary magazine. My sci fi teacher, Mrs. Rose, taught me that “science fiction is a logical projection of reality.” I’m still that nerd.

Writing was a skill that got developed in college, though I was a science major (Psychobiology), not an English major. I never enjoyed my English or literature courses, which I guess seemed to highbrow to me. So, I never considered being a writer.

Then, when I was in the IT field as an infrastructure engineer, I encountered a lot of technical content that just sucked. It lacked context so it was accurate but not at all helpful, it was unrelatable, it was dry. At its core it lacked the element of story that makes any information you want to relate approachable. So, I thought I could do better, and I started to write technical articles for magazines on the side. It turns out I could do better, and I got paid to do this! This sideline grew in to writing technical books. Clearly writing was becoming a bigger part of my professional life.

Then I moved into a full-time technical writer role which I still do for my day job. I do fiction writing as a night job simply because I love it. Both types of writing allow me to combine my interest in science and technology and my taste for stories to, speaking bluntly, make a living.

What’s on your top 5 list for the best books you’ve ever read?

That’s a hard list to make. I know that it’s changed throughout my life. I’ll go with stories and authors I keep returning to or ones that really impacted me:

• Crichton – Pretty much anything, but I really enjoyed The Great Train Robbery. The Andromeda Strain got me hooked on the LabLit genre. Dragon Teeth. His approach appeals to me, do heavy research in whatever you are interested in and the story that emerges won’t be too far off from the current reality and the near future.
• Carl Sagan – Contact, Pale Blue Dot, the Cosmos Tv series.
• Tolkien – Who doesn’t want to spend some time in Hobbiton to escape the frenzy of today’s world?
• J.K Rowling – For, well, you know…
• Herbert – Dune series ties together planetary science, religion, politics, economics, fanaticism, what’s not to love!
• Melinda Gates – The Moment of Lift, open your mind, wake up!
• Dava Sobel – Everything she has written
• Dan Brown – The DaVinci Code, just plain fun.
• Tom Clancy – The Hunt for Red October, Patriot Games, Without Remorse.

Say you’re the host of a literary talk show. Who would be your first guest? What would you want to ask?

Since this is a hypothetical, lets expand it a bit. I’d have a panel of guests on my first show address just one question in a group discussion:

“Please speak to the influence that fiction and science have one each other and as a confluence how they are a cultural and intellectual force on the development of western society.”

Now, let’s address the panel selection and what each panelist would bring to the discussion. Yes, most of them are dead and finding a common language might be a hurdle, but who cares. Let’s assume we could get around all the hurdles and let them talk!

a. Leonardo DaVinci: The model that comes to mind when thinking of a Renaissance Man. His life’s work combined science, art, and technology. He envisioned scientific advances and technological wonders that were hundreds of years in future.

b. Mary Shelley: an insightful critic of the moral implications of the potential of scientific advances.

c. Jules Verne: A visionary, he anticipated events and technology, some decades into the future, and placed humans into them. The moral consequences of individuals and societal actions played heavily into some of his works.

d. H.G. Wells: Like Verne, another visionary who’s work anticipated technological advances and events some decades into the future, and some not yet realized.

e. Gene Roddenberry Imagined a future for humanity that is not apocalyptic, but proceeds from the assumption that humanity doesn’t destroy itself and can grow to realize a fuller potential.

f. Carl Sagan: Astronomer, physicist, and student of humanity and the human condition.

g. Michael Crichton: Medical doctor, and author whose work is solidly based in the scientific and other scholarly literature of the time. His near real time works of fiction are still a cultural force. His period pieces, all based on solid research, help pull us out of our temporal provincialism a term I borrow from Crichton himself.

h. Dava Sobel: A gifted science reporter and writer who has brought scientific history to life for me like no one else. She would bring a backward-looking perspective on the impact of science and technology on societal development. She zeros in on significant scientific and technological events, brings a humanity to them that an academic historical analysis wouldn’t even consider and drives home their impact.

i. Steven Johnson: Like Sobol, Johnson has the ability to look at one specific event in time and illustrate its significance and impact on the development of our society

j. Michio Kaku: Physicist, futurist, author, he imagined things that probably will come to pass in the coming decades and centuries.

What’s your favorite thing about writing?

Nailing a scene or a line. Nothing beats the feeling of finding exactly the right words, tone and rhythm that covey what’s inside my head onto paper. To me written fiction is sheet music for the imagination of the reader.

What is a typical day like for you?

I always try to be reading or researching something that is background for or will help inform the next story. My wife and I do all the plotting, character development and voicing together. It’s joint work. It’s not uncommon for us to start a conversation with “hey, what if so and so (meaning a character) did….”.

What scene in Flip was your favorite to write?

The opening scene of Chapter 24, New Mexicans at the Gate. People often see physical size and the force projected by those who use it as power. This is embodied in the red-headed enforcer character, Angus Baka. But in my experience, some of the most powerful people, the ones that really have impacted the world and leave an impression on us haven’t been physically large at all. They do have an inner strength based on their morality that they act on and that they emanate. That’s Mollie, small but mighty. You see that in plenty of characters, take Yoda for example. In real life, look at Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Mother Theresa.

I also enjoyed juxtaposing the two characters, Mollie and Baka, in the dusty, windblown parking lot. There are echoes of two gunfighters facing off on the street of an old New Mexican town.

I also like the humorous image of the shot up black SUV, you know the kind you see used as limos for the important and pampered of the world, creaking and hissing its way out of the parking lot. Writing humor is not my strength, so I stay away from it. If something I write happens to come out as funny, it’s entirely accidental but rewarding.

Do you have a motto, quote or philosophy you live by?

Well let’s say I try to live my life in a certain way and succeed less than half the time.
• If someone offers you a breath mint always take it and thank them.
• If you are feeling miserable, you are probably thinking about yourself.
• If someone you know and trust tells you to stop talking, do it, you are probably saying something that will cause you trouble later on. Thank the person who told you stop talking.
• What matters, really the only thing that matters, is how we treat each other.
• It costs you nothing to show compassion, courtesy, and respect to everyone.
• Forgive.
• Try not to be too judgmental of others and their actions, you’ll only look and feel like an ass when you later realize you have the same weaknesses and are guilty of doing the same things yourself.
• Think globally, act locally.

Christopher J. Fox is the author of the new book Flip.

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New Mystery and Thriller Books to Read | November 26

Hold on to the edge of your seat as we hunt for clues and solve the case with these exciting new mystery and thriller books for the week! There are so many bestselling authors with new novels for you to dive into this week including T.J. Jones, Vito Zuppardo, Jamie Blair, James Patterson, and many more. Enjoy your new mystery, thriller, and suspense novels. Happy reading!



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New Romance Books to Read | November 26

Looking to fall in love with some new romance reads? You’ll adore these exciting new novels! This week you can get your hands on books by bestselling authors Kendall Ryan, Jen Talty, Sophia Henry, and more. Enjoy your new romance books and happy reading!



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New Books to Read in Literary Fiction | November 26

Literary fiction readers are in for a treat. This week’s latest releases list is full of intriguing reads you won’t want to miss! The new releases list includes so many bestselling authors like Danielle Steel, Bernard Cornwell, Rochelle Alers, and many more. Enjoy your new literary fiction books. Happy reading!



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New Science Fiction and Fantasy Books | November 26

Set off on an adventure to new worlds this week! This selection of new science fiction and fantasy books will surely please! Science Fiction fans should be excited about the latest from bestselling authors Christopher J. Fox, Jamie Sawyer, Brian K. Larson, and more. If Fantasy is what your library needs, you’ll be able to pick up the latest from  Nora Roberts, E.A. Copen, Harry Connolly, and more. Enjoy your new science fiction and fantasy books. Happy reading!


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