Monday, August 27, 2012

Gone to Wordpress

I still have the same site name. The Blogger page just has a .blogspot now. I do hope you continue to follow me. So sorry for the last minute notice. I hope that everyone will find a new way to follow me, there on WordPress.

Chastity Bush Guest Post & Giveaway

Woot! Diva in the house! Author Chastity Bush has cruised by today to give us busy chicks a recipe for a sweet treat that can be whipped up in a jiffy. She is also sharing one of her eBooks to a lucky commenter. Let's give her a ginormous welcome worthy of a Diva.

Thanks for having me here today, Vanessa!

For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Chastity Bush and I’m the author of several romance novels. Writing’s my passion and I can’t go a single day without doing, or thinking about it. If you’ve read my books, thank you! And if not, I hope you one day do!

I’m also a wife, and the mother to two great daughters. As many of you mothers out there know, life can get a bit hectic from time to time and making a yummy treat is almost completely out of the question. I love to bake, and many recipes are so complicated and time consuming it’s hard to make time to prepare them. So here’s a quick and easy recipe I’m sure your family will love. 

Thanks again for having me here today!

Banana Pudding Poke Cake (I got this recipe from The Country Cook Website, but made a few changes. Enjoy!)

You can change up this recipe and instead of using banana pudding, use chocolate or vanilla!

1 (10 oz.) box yellow cake mix (can also use banana cake mix for extra banana flavor)
ingredients needed to make cake (eggs, oil & water)
2 (3.4 oz.) packages instant banana pudding
4 cups milk
1 (8 oz.) tub frozen whipped topping, thawed
20 vanilla wafers, crushed

Prepare cake mix according to package directions for a 9x13 cake.
Once cake comes out of the oven, allow it to cool for just a couple of minutes.
Then, with a wooden spoon handle. Begin poking holes in the cake.

Prepare pudding per directions on box.
Once pudding starts to thicken, pour over cake.  Press pudding into holes with the back of a spoon. Make sure the pudding gets into the holes.

Place cake into refrigerator and all to cool completely.

Spread on whipped topping. (Or you can use regular icing. I like to make mine with white icing, and add banana flavoring)

Crush vanilla wafers in ziplock bag. (Leave some pieces bigger for a little crunch). Spread over cake and serve. (Can also serve with slices of bananas)

Chastity Bush is the author of several romance novels known for their spicy romance, suspense and humorous edge. When not hard at work on her next novel you can find her spending time with her husband and their two daughters. She loves to hear from her readers and personally answers all email she receives.

Places to stalk Chastity

Chastity is giving away one of her books, readers choice. Comment below with email address. I will notify the winner by email on Sept 4.

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Night's Awakening Book Blurb Tour & Giveaway

Night's Awakening
    by Donna Grant 
Book 2 in the Dark King's Trilogy

ISBN-13: 978-1466807440
Ebook Only
Dark Kings #2
August 28, 2012

Night’s Awakening ~

Meet the hero ~


Guy is wholly unprepared for his life to be shaken to its very core when he saves a woman who has trespassed onto their land and decided to go caving in their mountain. While everyone else is worried what she might have seen, Guy is more concerned with the way he can't stay away from Elena or her very tempting lips.
Never once has he turned his back on his fellow Dragon Kings, but for Elena he would do anything just to keep her near him. Even if it meant going against everything it was to be a King.
Dragon Color:
Erase Memories
Favored Region:

Night’s Awakening

Fueled by dragon magic, the dark immortal warriors were never meant to feel human desire, much less fall in love. But when Guy, a member of an ancient order of shape-shifting warriors, meets Elena Griffin—a mere mortal whose beauty and blind ambition shakes him to his core—all bets are off…
Having left America to explore the Scottish Highlands, Elena suddenly finds herself lost in a dark cave—alone, injured, and utterly hopeless…until Guy appears from out of nowhere. Is she dreaming her own rescue when she falls into his arms? A man—and a passion—this strong is too good to be true. It’s only a matter a time before she learns the truth about the flames in his heart. And the dragon in his soul…
Read a snippet from Night's Awakening ~~

The Highlands, June

Deep in a cave . . .
Elena Griffin adjusted her helmet while praying the LED light atop it didn’t go out. She wasn’t the adventurous, adrenaline junkie kind, but when her new boss told her they were going caving, there wasn’t much Elena could do but go along with it.
“This will be fun,” Sloan said with a wide grin.
Elena forced a smile and projected confidence she didn’t feel. “Of course.”
She’d done many things while growing up in Atlanta, Georgia, but caving wasn’t one of them. Something about the dark, musty place wasn’t somewhere she wanted to be.
Everything in her told her it was a bad idea. No matter Elena’s objections, Sloan had shown her the safety equipment, as well as how to use it, and assured her everything was going to be fine.
“I’ve been caving for years, Elena. I’ve been wanting to explore these caves for some time now, and it’s the perfect opportunity.”
“Did you get the go-ahead from the landowners?” Elena asked as she felt the thick rope and carabineers at her side. Mentally she went through how to use them, trying to become familiar in case something unexpected happened.
Despite Sloan showing her the Italian hitch knot at least three dozen times, Elena hadn’t been able to get the hang of it, and all she could pray for was that their lives didn’t depend on her tying a knot.
“What the Dreagans don’t know won’t hurt them,” Sloan said in her cheery British accent. She winked at Elena. “Get that American ass moving!”
Elena watched Sloan walk into the cave. This was Elena’s last chance to turn back, to tell Sloan to forget it. But this new job was everything she’d spent the last six years of her life working toward.
So what if she had to spend a day in a cave to cement her relationship with Sloan. It was worth it to finally be in London, to finally be climbing that ladder of success that had always seemed out of reach.
She took a deep, fortifying breath and followed Sloan.
The warm fleece hoodie Elena wore over her long-sleeve shirt didn’t stop the damp from settling into her bones almost instantly. It was going to take Elena a while before she got used to the cold, especially the damp cold of Scotland. In summer.
The only thing she could be happy about was knowing that she wouldn’t be staying in Scotland for long.
Since Elena knew nothing of caving, she’d done some research in the early hours of the morning when she should have been sleeping. She knew they should have at least four members to their party, but Sloan had assured her they’d be gone only a few hours and would be fine with just the two of them.
Elena didn’t exactly want to start off her new job by questioning everything Sloan said. Still, the fact of it was that it was just the two of them. And it worried the hell out of her.
That and they were on private property.

Be sure to check out more stops on Donna's
Dark King's
Book Blurb Tour for more snippets!! 
Day 2 stop is ~

Today's prize will be a Kindle or Nook copy of
Book 1 in
The Dark King's trilogy, Dark Craving!
Comment below with email address to enter! I will be picking a winner 9-10.
Donna Grant has been praised for her “totally addictive” and “unique and sensual” stories. She's the author of more than twenty novels spanning multiple genres of romance—Scottish Medieval, dark fantasy, time travel, paranormal, and erotic. Her latest acclaimed series, Dark Sword, features a thrilling combination of Druids, primeval gods, and immortal Highlanders who are dark, dangerous, and irresistible. She lives with her husband, two children, a dog, and three cats in Texas.
Learn more about Donna Grant and her books here --
The Dark Kings series is a spin off the Dark Warriors series and Dark Sword series.

Dark Craving
Dark Kings #1
July 31, 2012

Night’s Awakening
Dark Kings #2
August 28, 2012

Dawn’s Desire
Dark Kings #3
September 25, 2012

Review: Nathaniel by Dianne Hartsock

eBook, 72 pages (per Kindle)
Published February 29th 2012 by Etopia Press
ISBN 13: 9781937976
Source: Tour host, for the purpose of an honest review
Genre: Fantasy Romance, m/m
Stars: 1
Flames:  4

Nathaniel has traveled from his own home land to Taden’s. Nathaniel is promptly captured and abused at the hands of Sutherlin soldiers. Taden not trusting the Sutherlin’s who are his enemy takes a chance and frees Nathaniel.  From here an attraction that I never understood the reasons behind begins. Nathaniel leaves Taden on several occasions. They are attracted, yet Nathaniel seems to not want to remain with Taden.

There were too many aspects about this book that I just didn’t get. Corin repeatedly pushes himself into Taden’s mind and also into kissing embraces. Taden clearly only has eyes for Nathaniel. Corin also is very possessive of Miranda. Is this due to a romantic interest? Corin also tells Taden that Miranda keeps Nathanial’s insanity at bay. How is this? Nathanial’s sanity is never really brought up as an issue, just that Corin tells Taden that it’s a hereditary condition.

The biggest unanswered question was what Nathaniel is. He is not a witch, even though he is accused as such often. Even Taden questions this repeatedly. Nathaniel also has so little dialogue that he seemed two dimensional. The book is named after him, so I expected to discover more about him.

The sex scenes are plentiful, but not too graphic. They present themselves in a way that make it seem like Nathaniel is simply there and not fleshed out in my opinion. 

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Review: Misfit in Middle America by Mandy M Roth

eBook, 65 pages
Publisher: The Raven Books; 2 edition (April 17, 2012)
Source: Publisher, for the purpose of an honest review
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Stars: 3
Flames: 3

Misfit in Middle America by Mandy M. Roth is a short read packed with action, supernatural, and a nice smidge of hot sex. The story takes place in North Maple Ridge in the Midwest of the USA.  The town has just experienced its third murder in as little as three weeks and Chief Adam Sisel is investigating the gruesome murders.  Little does he know that the murders are part of a bigger mystery; one that surrounds the small town and most of its residence.  Chief Sisel and his son are considered the outcasts of the town, as they were not originally born and bred, but transplants.  We also meet Beth Murray, resident and town reporter.  Furthermore, the only woman that Adam has an interest in since his wife ran out on him and his son, Justin some 15 years ago. Of course, leave it to a man to not express his feelings and tell her of his interest.

Adam and Beth are inadvertently paired together to deal with the horrific murders after the latest two victims are revealed; Jonathon and Robert, Beth’s cousins. Jonathon has met is demise while Robert’s life hangs in the balance.  We soon learn that Beth and many of the townspeople are witches or magiks and that Robert is part of the paranormal presence that is slaughtering the youths. 

We also meet Justin, Adam’s quiet- Goth son who now finds himself in the thick of the magic invading the town and is being looked at as a “planted-suspect” by some of the townspeople.

Although it took me less than an hour and a half to read the book, it was packed throughout every page and held my interest. I wished that the book could have been longer as I saw so much more being written into the story and the world of the occult.  I wanted to find out the mystery of the town and the involvement of the paranormal and even though the book answered my questions, it did so very quickly. Additionally while there was only one major sex scene, the scene was smoking and well worth it; finally bringing Adam and Beth together. 

This is my first read of Ms. Roth but I would consider reading other works published by her. The internal conflict that she writes into her characters, especially Adam was done with clarity and sensitivity, never doubting where he was coming from. Overall, I enjoyed the story.

Friday, August 24, 2012

The Kure by Jaye Frances Guest Post & Giveaway

Thank you, Rachel and Vanessa, for having me back on The Jeep Diva with my paranormal-occult romance novel, The Kure. While it is first and foremost a love story, the underlying theme of The Kure is based on a derivation of some rather unusual and unsavory practices taken from a few of the darker pages of our past.Using the historical relevance as a commitment to authenticity, I set the main characters, John and Sarah, on a path to pursue a desperate romance, making the outcome that much more interesting …

One of my challenges in writing The Kure was to convey the strong sense of mutual attraction between John and Sarah. Not that the interest didn’t exist—unfortunately, the conflict preventing them from demonstrating their physical passion was John’s own body and its reaction to a deadly plague that threatened to end any chance of a future together.

Yet the longing between John and Sarah became a mainstay of the story. Fueled by their flirtatious exchanges—the characteristic foreplay of would–be lovers—their unrequited passion was as frustrating as it was compelling as they faced the possibility of their relationship becoming nothing more than a bittersweet memory.

In the following excerpt, John and Sarah have found their way to the barn, the closest shelter from a violent storm. Soaking wet from the pelting rain, Sarah slips into the tack room to remove her clothing, unconcerned that John is watching from just a few feet away . . .

Here’s an excerpt:

If he had known Sarah was going to use a second lantern to illuminate the room’s interior, he would have waited, or sat somewhere else. Now with the light betraying her every move, common courtesy demanded that he direct his focus elsewhere. Until she finished changing, he should pretend to be occupied with adjusting his blanket, or watching the intermittent flashes brighten the loft. But he could no more look away than the ancient sailors could ignore the seductive song of mythic sirens.

She unbuttoned her blouse and bent forward, pulling it free from the tight tuck inside her dress. Breaking the wet seal, she peeled the clinging fabric from her shoulders. Glancing back through the doorway, she saw John staring openly, his gaze unhampered by moral restraint. She simply smiled, granting him permission, allowing him to see her full breasts in the subdued yellow cast of the lantern.

She had left the door open for a reason—not because she needed the light, or had any intention to tempt or tantalize. It was a confirmation of their unspoken bond; they had fought the storm together, and tomorrow they would both learn John’s fate. Any display of feigned virtue or prudish reluctance would have been a sad sequel to the concern and caring—the unspoken desire—that had driven them this far. She had left the door open because there was simply no reason to close it.

John could feel his heart pounding in his chest. He had to find a way to calm himself, to silently assure Sarah that he could appreciate her beauty in the same way she had chosen to reveal it. He had been unconsciously holding his breath. He let it out slowly, demanding that his own body not distract him from Sarah’s.

She reached behind and untied the waistband of her skirt. Without hesitation, she slid it over her hips and let it drop. The thin fabric of her underclothes clung to every contour, every fold, and Sarah made no effort to turn away as she pushed the final piece of damp cotton down her thighs. It fell to her ankles, leaving her naked in the soft, golden light.

The rain beat steady and hard on the roof, its rhythm in concert with the pulsing wind. The horses shuffled about in their stalls, occasionally snorting at the draft of air flowing from the open loft. High above, century-old timbers creaked and groaned with the changing pressure.

Yet John heard none of it. Sarah’s body was a spellbinding vision, her clothing having only hinted at the sheer perfection of her form, and he watched her as though each movement was a sacred revelation, every motion divinely inspired. But as his reverent admiration grew in proportion to his desire, his thoughts were plagued by one inescapable certainty: If the disease could not be arrested by the leeching—if it ultimately took his manhood—he would never know the pleasure of her touch during a playful swim on a warm summer’s evening, or delight in watching the firelight kiss her smooth, inviting skin on a cold winter’s night. If forced to endure the worst possible result of the bloodletting, he would be left with only memories of how the raindrops had sparkled on her face, how her breasts had glistened in the lamp light, and how unhurried and trusting she had been, standing naked before him.

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Here’s a brief synopsis of The Kure:

John Tyler, a young man in his early twenties, awakens to find a ghastly affliction taking over his body. When the village doctor offers the conventional, and potentially disfiguring, treatment as the only cure, John tenaciously convinces the doctor to reveal an alternative remedy—a forbidden ritual contained within an ancient manuscript called the Kure.

Although initially rejecting the vile and sinister rite, John realizes, too late, that the ritual is more than a faded promise scrawled on a page of crumbling paper. And as cure quickly becomes curse, the demonic text unleashes a dark power that drives him to consider the unthinkable—a depraved and wicked act requiring the corruption of an innocent soul.

Ultimately, John must choose between his desperate need to arrest the plague that is destroying his body, and the virtue of the woman he loves, knowing the wrong decision could cost him his life.

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Because of the nature of the theme, The Kure is best suited for an adult reader. For those who would like to learn more about the background and dark historical practices which became an inspiration for the story, I’ve provided some details on my website at the following link:

Author Bio:  Jaye Frances is the author of The Kure, a paranormal-occult romance novel, The Possibilities of Amy, a coming-of-age story of high school romance, The Cruise-All That Glitters, a humorous adult satire about romance, and The Beach, a sci-fi fantasy about a man who is given the opportunity to receive his ultimate wish and lives to regret it. She is also a featured columnist for the NUSA SUN magazine. Born in the Midwest, Jaye readily admits that her life’s destination has been the result of an open mind and a curiosity about all things irreverent. When she’s not consumed by her writing, Jaye enjoys cooking, traveling to all places tropical and “beachy” and taking pictures—lots of pictures—many of which find their way to her website. Jaye lives on the central gulf coast of Florida, sharing her home with one husband, six computers, four cameras, and several hundred pairs of shoes. For more information, visit Jaye’s website at, or Jaye’s Blog at

The Kure is available in paperback and kindle eBook from Amazon

Places to stalk Jaye:
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My Facebook Page:

Links for The Kure on Amazon:


Amazon Author Page:

Jaye is giving away one Kindle copy of the Kure. Comment below with email address. 
I will email the winner Saturday September 1.

Book Review: The Kure by Jaye Frances

The Kure
The Kure
By: Jaye Frances
Ebook: 318 pages
Publisher: Createspace
ISBN: 9781466262966
Source: author for an honest review
Genre: Dark Historical Fantasy
Series: Yes
Stars: 4
Flames: 2
Summary from Goodreads
"In vain thou shall use many medicines, but thou shalt not be kured. And even though you search for a virgin to lay upon her balm, there is no healing for you. You multiply your remedies in vain as your cries fill the earth, and you will stumble, one over the other, and both will fall down together." - The Book of Eternal Regret

John Tyler, a young man in his early twenties, awakens to find a ghastly affliction taking over his body. When the village doctor offers the conventional, and potentially disfiguring, treatment as the only cure, John tenaciously convinces the doctor to reveal an alternative remedy—a forbidden ritual contained within an ancient manuscript called the Kure.

Although initially rejecting the vile and sinister rite, John realizes, too late, that the ritual is more than a faded promise scrawled on a page of crumbling paper. And as cure quickly becomes curse, the demonic text unleashes a dark power that drives him to consider the unthinkable—a depraved and wicked act requiring the corruption of an innocent soul.

Ultimately, John must choose between his desperate need to arrest the plague that is destroying his body, and the virtue of the woman he loves, knowing the wrong decision could cost him his life.

This book is best suited for a Mature YA/New-Adult or Adult reader. For more information and background about the dark historical practices that inspired the story, visit my website link below:


Out of the three books of Jaye’s that I have read so far this is more the type of book that I mainly read. It is an adult story with dark overtones. I would not recommend this book for anyone who is squeamish due to some descriptions contained within. I give the book 4 stars.
The story was interesting. I can't wait to hear more on this dark tale. I admit the details of the main characters affliction’s description was gross but you also needed to know about it to know how desperate of a situation he was in. The only problem I had in the story was the storyline kind of lost me with all the descriptions and build up for a few pages in the middle of the story. I found myself skimming that part and then had to make myself re-read it.
The characters are wonderfully written and I can’t really blame John for some of his decisions given how desperate he was. John set out looking for a way to be cured and ended up finding a woman he found himself falling in love with but with decisions made and The Kure to deal with we are unclear by the end of the book if they will be together and all will be forgiven or not. Sarah is a very strong character also and I admire how much she wanted to help even when most people would have ran the other way.
As I am no expert on this subject matter I can’t say for sure but the story felt that it was well researched and definitely well written by Jaye. I would like to read the next in the series to see what happens with John and Sarah and also what payment will be demanded for using The Kure.

Thursday, August 23, 2012

The Last Degree by Dina Rae Playlist and Tour Giveaway

Dina Rae has cruised by today to share with us the playlist for The Last Degree!

Opening song:

Another One Bites the Dust-Queen
(The story begins with a murder)

Gimme Shelter-Rolling Stones
(James Martin builds the ultimate prepper compound)

One Tribe-Black Eyed Peas
(Freemasons prepare for one world government)

Hard to Make A Stand-Cheryl Crow
(Borders between nations begin to disappear)

(Some of the characters turn to God)

Crossfire-Stevie Ray Vaughn
(Trying to save friends)

Alive-Pearl Jam
(After a battle)

Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow-Various Artists
(A love story begins)

Waiting on the World to Change-John Mayer
(Final song)

Series: Book #1
Author: Dina Rae
Genre: Action, Adventure, Crime, Paranormal, Political, Suspense, Thriller, Christian
Publisher: Dina Rae
Words: 93000
Purchase for only $1.99:
The Last Degree will be FREE Sept. 27th – 28th!
Book Description

The Last Degree is a fictionalized account of how Freemasons and other secret societies set up the world for takeover. Ancient writings foretell a ‘Shining One’ who emerges as the world’s prophet. A murder of a Most Worshipful mason resembles a secret oath. A cop gets too close to solving the crime. Paranoid preppers go underground, preparing for war.

Headlines such as the Norway massacre, meltdown of the European Union, unscrupulous media, animal die-offs, Middle Eastern unrest, and U.S. shrinking power make the plot relevant to present day. This book is an ode to Christians, Birthers, 2012ers, Truthers, preppers, and/or other conspiracy junkies who enjoy Dan Brown, Jesse Ventura, Brad Meltzer, Alex Jones, Jerry Jenkins and Tim LaHaye.


Dwight took off his crown, signifying he was no longer playing King Solomon.
“Sacrifice is expected for ones that you love.  Do you love me?” Dwight shouted.  “Then bow down before me and offer praise!”
Everyone knelt and laid their head down to the floor, chanting 'Most Worshipful,
Most Worshipful' several times before Dwight commanded them to get up.
In a manic energetic state, Dwight vociferated, “Et vitam impendere vero!”  All repeated, with the three new pledges joining in.  Minutes later, he began to calm down.  “To sacrifice life for truth - that is what we must always do!  You must trust me as your Most Worshipful and sacrifice at my command!  Are you prepared to do this?”  All three pledges nodded.

Dwight pulled the content baby out of Arthur's arms and threw it high into the air.  As the baby began to descend, Dwight took his sword and hacked through its neck, decapitating it before it hit the floor.  Only the three pledges shrieked in horror.  He sinisterly smiled as he picked up the head and body, revealing it was only a doll.
“Don't believe with your eyes, but believe with your knowledge.  We are his chosen and will soon be exalted.”
The three men looked down at their hands and tried not to scream.  They were covered in blood.
“Sacrifice, my brothers, sacrifice.  I will teach you well.  You are all Chiefs of the Tabernacle!  Let us go and celebrate!” Dwight gleamed.

Check out The Last Degree Prequel as well—Be Paranoid Be Prepared!

About the Author:

Dina Rae is a new author here to stay.  As a former teacher, she brings an academic element to her work.  Her two novels, Halo of the Damned and The Last Degree, weave research and suspense throughout the plots.  Her short story, Be Paranoid Be Prepared, is a prequel of sorts to The Last Degree, focusing on the James Martin character.  Dina also freelances for various entertainment blogs.

Dina lives with her husband, two daughters, and two dogs outside of Chicago.  She is a Christian, an avid tennis player, movie buff, and self-proclaimed expert on several conspiracy theories.  When she is not writing, she is reading novels from her favorite authors Dan Brown, Anne Rice, Stephen King, Brad Thor, George R.R. Martin, and Preston & Childs.

Find the Author:

Tour Schedule:

August 1st- whoopeeyoo :D (Playlist Post/Excerpt)
August 2nd- Kaidans Seduction (Review)
August 3rd- Crazy Four Books (Book Play List Post)
August 4th- Tricia Kristufek (Guest Post/Excerpt)
August 5th- Full Moon Bites (Author Interview)
August 6th- Winged Reviews (Guest Post)
August 7th- A Bibliophile's Thoughts on Books (Excerpt/Giveaway)
August 8th- Books & Beauty (Character Interview)
August 9th- Where Fantasy and Love Take Flight (Author Interview)
August 10th- Redheaded Bookworm (Book Playlist Post/Giveaway)
August 11th- Crossroads (Promo Post)
August 12th- FireStarBooks (Author Interview)
August 13th- Sweeping Me (Promo Post)
August 14th- Kristy Centeno (Author Interview)
August 15th- bibliophilia (Excerpt Post/Author Interview)
August 16th- Howling Books and Design (Excerpt/Giveaway)
August 17th- Crazy Chapters (Promo Post) 
August 18th- The Book Connoisseur (Book Playlist Post)
August 19th- Heart Of A Wolf (Promo Post)
August 20th- Nazish Reads (Author Interview/Excerpt)
August 21st- Off the Page (Book Play List Post/Author Interview)
August 22nd- Breathe In BooKs (Guest Post)
August 23rd- The Jeep Diva (Book Play List post/Giveaway)
August 24th- Blood, Lust and Erotica (Giveaway/Author Interview)
August 25th- Of the Underworld (Excerpt Post)
August 26th- Black Hippie Chick's Take on Books & The World (Review/Giveaway)
August 27th- Books & Beauty (Author Interview)
August 28th- Simply Infatuated (Author Interview)
August 29th- Reading in the Nude (Book Playlist Post)
August 30th- I HEART BOOKS (Excerpt Post)
August 31st- Christie's Book Reviews (Promo Post)
September 1st- Beach Bum Reads (Review/Author Interview)
September 2nd- D VonThaer (Book Review)
September 3rd- Simply Infatuated (Guest Post)
September 4th- Kenra Daniels (Promo Post)
September 5th- Donna's Blog Home (Review)
September 6th- The Bunny's Review (Author Interview)
September 7th- My Seryniti (Book Review)
September 8th- Book Devotee Reviews (Promo Post)
September 9th- Laurie's Thoughts and Reviews (Author Interview)
September 10th- Abbey Ann's Bookland (Book Playlist Post)
September 11th- Cocktails and Books (Book Play List Post/Giveaway)
September 12th- Book Club Sisters (Review/Character Interview)
September 13th- Darkest Addictions Book Reviews (Review/Excerpt)
September 14th- I am, Indeed (Book Review)
September 15th- Housewife Blues and Chihuahua Stories (Excerpt Post)
September 16th-  A Bit of Dash (Reivew/Excerpt)
September 17th- For The Love Of Film And Novels (Giveaway/Guest Post)
September 18th- Moonlight Gleam's Bookshelf (Author Interview)
September 19th- Words I Write Crazy (Review/Excerpt Post)
September 20th- Book Lover's Hideaway (Guest Post/Giveaway)
September 21st- My Seryniti (Author Interview)
September 22nd- Melissa's Eclectic Bookshelf (Guest Post/Giveaway)
September 23rd- Reading with Holly (Promo Post)
September 24th- Day Dreaming (Guest Post)
September 25th- Queentutts World of Escapism (Guest Post)
September 26th- Proserpine Craving Books (Book Excerpt)
September 27th- Book Review Club Blog (Guest Post/Giveaway)
September 28th- The Avid Reader (Book Review/Excerpt)
September 29th- Holly Adair (Book Playlist Post)