Book Promo for Embolden by Syrie James and Ryan M. James (excerpt)

 

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I was contacted by Syrie recently to help promote a new book.  Today I will be sharing information about the book, the authors, and will have an excerpt.

 

EMBOLDEN

by Syrie James and Ryan M. James

 

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Most Anticipated Releases for March 2018

 

March looks like it might be a slower book buying month for me, but there are still quite a few really good books coming out.  These are the ones I’m most looking forward to.

 

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The Beauty That Remains by Ashley Woodfolk

The Case For Jamie by Brittany Cavallaro   (I need to start this series)

Restore Me by Tahereh Mafi   (another series I need to start)

 

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Leaving for vacation today!

 

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We are headed back to San Diego for our anniversary this year!  I will have posts scheduled to go up, but won’t be able to reply to any comments until we get back home next week.

 

I hope everyone has a nice Valentine’s Day and weekend coming up!  I will be enjoying the beautiful city and ocean!

 

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January 2018 Wrap Up

 

I did ok with my reading for January.  I read 8 ARCs, 1 older book, and finished 1 audiobook.  I really enjoyed all of them with no negative reviews.

 

 

 

The Traitor Prince by C.J. Redwine    Physical ARC  4  1/2 stars

You Won’t Know I’m Gone by Kristen Orlando   Digital ARC  4 stars

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First Lines Fridays 1/5/18

 

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This is a weekly meme hosted by Wandering Words, where you give the first few lines of a book to hook your readers before introducing the book.

 

 

The Nazi officers are dressed in black.  They look at death with the indifference of a gravedigger.  In Auschwitz, human life has so little value that no one is shot anymore; a bullet is more valuable than a human being.  In Auschwitz, there are communal chambers where they administer Zyklon gas.  It’s cost effective, killing hundreds of people with just one tank.  Death has become an industry that is profitable only if it’s done wholesale.

 

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