A while back I made up a letter writing challenge that I was going to feature on my blog once a week. I concocted a list of 10 different letters to write to 10 different “people” and I aim to post one every Tuesday for 10 weeks. A few other bloggers are going to take part too and write their own letters on their own blogs so if you follow me on Twitter, keep a look out of those as I’ll be re-tweeting them! Here is letter #6…
An ambitious intern. A perfectionist executive. And a whole lot of name calling.
Whip-smart, hardworking and on her way to an MBA, Chloe Mills has only one problem: her boss, Bennett Ryan. He’s exacting, blunt, inconsiderate and completely irresistible. A Beautiful Bastard.
Bennett has returned to Chicago from France to take a vital role in his family’s massive media business. He never expected that the assistant who’d been helping him from abroad was the gorgeous, innocently provocative, completely infuriating creature he now has to see every day. Despite the rumours, he’s never been one for a workplace hook-up. But Chloe’s so tempting he’s willing to bend the rules – or outright smash them – if it means he can have her. All over the office.
As their appetites for each other increase to a breaking point, Bennett and Chloe must decide exactly what they’re willing to lose in order to win. Continue reading
So this is a bit of a spontaneous blog post that I whacked out in 15 minutes but I wanted to share with you all a little bit of news about today’s readathon and some of the books I’ll be reading during the week. I think I may have been a tad over ambitious with the amount I’ve chosen but hey, you gotta aim high right? ;)
I am a huge TV show fanatic. In fact, I think I’d much rather get stuck into a series than a film because I just love how emotionally attached you can get to characters that you spend 2, 3 or even 10 series with. Unlike a film that’s over relatively quickly, you stay with these characters for years of their lives, learn about them, grow with them and then finally have to say goodbye – which can be one of the hardest things to do! (That might sound dramatic but if you’re a Breaking Bad fan, you’ll understand). So I’ve decided to talk a little bit about some of my favourites. You’ll find a wide range of shows because I don’t like to stick to one thing and I enjoy alternative from something light-hearted such a Friends to something a bit more serious, like Breaking Bad.
The reason I’m talking about this one first is because I’m currently working my way through my box set again. I’ve seen every episode and both films over 20 times each but I can never ever get bored of them. Sex and the City is my comfort show and by putting on one episode I feel like I’m visiting old friends again. Continue reading
Here is all the information you’ll need about the upcoming tour for The Fallen Stars the second book in Stephanie Keye’s Star Child series.
Author: Stephanie Keyes
Genre: YA Fantasy/Paranormal Romance
Blurb: When all is lost, he will have to make the ultimate decision.
Kellen St. James was just your average seventeen-year-old prodigy, until he eighty-sixed the Lord of Faerie and proposed to the Celtic Goddess, Calienta. But then everything in Kellen’s life gets turned upside-down when he and Cali end up on the run from a seriously irritated group of faeries. The worst part? They have zero idea why they’re being hunted.
Suddenly, Kellen is stuck in the middle of another prophecy that foresees him turning away from Calienta and embracing the dark. He’ll be forced to take sides in a struggle to claim his birthright, while discovering secrets about his father’s past. Meanwhile, his passion for Cali grows stronger, even as the prophecy threatens to tear them apart.
In the end, will Kellen and Cali survive the fates? When the ultimate power is within reach, which side will he choose?
Alaska Young. Gorgeous, clever, funny, sexy, screwed up – and utterly fascinating. Miles Halter could not be more in love with her. But when tragedy strikes, Miles discovers the value and the pain of living and loving unconditionally.
Nothing will ever be the same. Continue reading
A while back I made up a letter writing challenge that I was going to feature on my blog once a week. I concocted a list of 10 different letters to write to 10 different “people” and I aim to post one every Tuesday for 10 weeks. A few other bloggers are going to take part too and write their own letters on their own blogs so if you follow me on Twitter, keep a look out of those as I’ll be re-tweeting them! Here is letter #5…