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Apr 15, 2013 05:26PM

390 That's awesome. Thanks PA!
Apr 14, 2013 09:00AM

390 Hi PA I loved Old Souls! I've already reviewed it, can I still enter the contest?
Apr 10, 2013 08:21PM

390 I have a few favourites with no vampires or werewolves.

First, it's an oldie but a goodie The Witching Hour (Lives of the Mayfair Witches, #1) by Anne Rice and The Mummy by Anne Rice are two of my favourites.

Also, I just read Old Souls by P.A. Luptonand loved it. It was a totally unique interpretation of witches and soul mates. No vampires or werewolves.

Another good series I read is Mark of the Demon (Kara Gillian, #1) by Diana Rowland Blood of the Demon (Kara Gillian, #2) by Diana Rowland Secrets of the Demon (Kara Gillian, #3) by Diana Rowland Although, I don't know how you feel about Demons. If you don't like vampires you may not like demons.
Feb 19, 2013 10:49AM

390 I just finished Hot Ticket (Sinners on Tour, #3) by Olivia CunningIt was the best in the series so far.

Now I'm starting Old Souls by P.A. Lupton
Feb 11, 2013 08:07AM

390 I'm loving the New Species series. Reading Justice (New Species, #4) by Laurann Dohnernow.
Apr 05, 2012 09:27AM

390 Bookie *the Bookcobra* wrote: "I do admit that it appears that contrived controversy for the purpose of self-promotion seems like the intent. And saying "hahaha" behind something doesn't really excuse the brusque tone behind the..."

I think you've hit the nail on the head here. He is posting this in other threads too. It seems like Steven is trying to create a hype for his books. How many times has he posted the link to his website, or told us of his academic credentials (as if that impresses people). I hate seeing an author go to such lengths to promote books. He wonders why he has lagging sales, he doesn't realize this kind of "marketing" (I use that term loosely) puts a bad taste in our mouths. I personally would not read his book on principal alone. And I think Pamela asked a fantastic question. He admits to not liking vampires, why is in this group then?
Apr 05, 2012 08:49AM

390 Steven wrote: "Someone said that readers are the ultimate judges. Quite true, however, the work must be well written for the readers to judge it, right? Some readers objected to the quality of the writing, OK? Th..."

I thought I couldn't be shocked by any of your comments after some of the things you've said but I was wrong. After all that name calling and slamming of SM do you mean to say you haven't even read the book? How can you argue so vehemently about something you haven't even read.
Apr 04, 2012 07:02PM

390 Bitchie wrote: "I think I'll take my puny little barnyard educated brain and read books that actually entertain me, and leave this "literary genius" type to people who can better appreciate it."

No kidding.
Apr 04, 2012 07:01PM

390 Starting Slave to Sensation (Psy-Changeling #1) by Nalini Singh
Apr 04, 2012 06:58PM

390 Steven wrote: "Alana (aka ◘Whiplash◘) wrote: "P.A. wrote: "Again, who exactly decides what is poor quality. Isn't all art subject to interpretation? "


THANK YOU! Words out of my mouth!"

You think people ..."


Unbelievable. You're a little high on yourself aren't you. Are you sure my puny little brain could handle your literary genius. Maybe that's why you haven't marketed to the public, everyone is just so intimidated by your brilliance.
Mar 05, 2012 11:42AM

390 Elle wrote: "I disagree. I think if a book is terrible (*Cough* Halo *Cough*) we have the right to rate the sequel, even before it comes out.

Honestly, if a book is bad, the sequel won't be any better, at le..."


I completely disagree with what you are saying. You shouldn't rate or review books you havent read. What is the point. Reviews help people make a decision about whether or not you want to purchase a book--if you're rating or reviewing books you haven't read you give that person a false impression. Why do you feel the need to rate the book anyway? If you didn't like the first what do you care?
Feb 08, 2012 07:45AM

390 Kouk wrote: "I'm reading: Branded as Trouble (Rough Riders, #6) by Lorelei James

Loving this series so far!"


It's been awhile since I read it but I loved that series
Feb 08, 2012 07:45AM

390 FInished Fifty Shades of Grey (Fifty Shades, #1) by E.L. James Fifty Shades Darker (Fifty Shades, #2) by E.L. James Fifty Shades Freed (Fifty Shades, #3) by E.L. James I loved them, they were amazing.

Now onto First Grave on the Right (Charley Davidson, #1) by Darynda JonesSO far so good.
Oct 16, 2011 06:24PM

390 Amy, I loved Bound by Blood too.
Did you know you can read Kindle books on your computer or laptop. Thats how i read most of my books. When you purchase an ebook at B&N or Amazon it will install an ap that will let you store all your Kindle books on the computer. I love it. Having it will also give you access to tons of books for 99 cents and $2.99. Amazon even puts on specials and free reads that you can download. I just got The Abandoned (Graveyard Queen #0.5) by Amanda Stevens for free.
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Oct 14, 2011 06:32AM

390 I read Bound by Blood (The Garner Witch #1) by P.A. Lupton and I absolutely love the new spin on witches and vampires. Witches are my first love, but I like vampires too and I loved how this book connected them.
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Oct 14, 2011 06:31AM

390 Rizza wrote: "The Sweep Series
Sweep, Volume 1 (Book of Shadows; The Coven; Blood Witch) by Cate Tiernan, Sweep  Volume 2 (Dark Magick; Awakening; Spellbound) by Cate Tiernan, Sweep  Volume 3 (The Calling; Changeling; Strife) by Cate Tiernan, Sweep  Volume 4 (Seeker; Origins; Eclipse) by Cate Tiernan & [bookcover:Sweep: Volume 5|8820..."


Is the Sweep series YA? It looks good
390 I absolutely loved Bound by Blood (The Garner Witch #1) by P.A. Lupton it's one of my favorites. I also enjoyed The Heat (The Big Bad Wolf, #1) by Heather Killough-Walden by Heather Killough Walden but I don't think it's on amazon anymore because of a few controversial reviews but it's on B&N and Smashwords. It was a good book though, and its the first in a series that has a few out already.

Also, this one I liked but it's $2.99 The Society of Sinners by Charity Parkerson
Sep 13, 2011 08:28AM

390 Just starting Darkfever (Fever, #1) by Karen Marie Moning I've heard so many good things I figured I'd give it a whirl.
Sep 06, 2011 07:38PM

390 Carolyn F. wrote: "I didn't realize it was book #3 Ellen - I'll still read it thought it'll be out of order."

LOL. I've done that so many times.
Sep 06, 2011 07:25PM

390 Carolyn F. wrote: "I'm reading Hidden Away (KGI, #3) by Maya Banks. I think this is my first Maya Banks book."

I enjoy Maya Banks books. I've read the first of that series but it's been so long I can't remember it. Maybe I'll have to pick it up again.
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