Summer Beach Reading Party #summerreading

Your invited to our Summer Beach Reading Party!

Come on over, & pour yourself a drink, relax and enjoy these great Summer reads

After a hard day at work, caring for children, or gardening, you deserve a night of pleasure!

Open your Kindle or turn the pages of these great books for summer.

Whether you’re enjoying the sun on the beach reading or simply curled up in your favorite chair – let us tempt you with these awesome summer reads…

beach ball

Young Adult Summer Reads

fledgling

(FLEDGLING IS CURRENTLY FREE)

into the light  the girl who swam to atlantis  entertaining angels

dolphin

Hot Summer Romance Books

Sisters in Love  Lovers at Heart

(SISTERS IN LOVE / LOVERS AT HEART ARE CURRENTLY FREE)

whole latte love  home again  the curvy girls club  Game of Love  Taken By Love

surfing

Thriller / Adventure Beach Reads

the collector of dying breaths  the stream

These awesome authors have come together to offer

a super combined giveaway

summer beach reading

Check out the prize packs you could win below the Rafflecopter Form

Ending on Friday 1st August at 11.59pm EST

Enter Below & Good Luck !!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

1st Prize

The Girl Who Swam to Atlantis by Elle Thornton

The Stream by A. R. Silverberry

The Curvy Girls Club by Michele Gorman

The Collector of Dying Breaths by M.J. Rose

Return to Love by Kathleen Shoop

Taming Romeo by Rachelle Ayala

Into the Light by Amy Manemann

Game of Love by Melissa Foster

Taken by Love by Melissa Foster

Entertaining Angels by Emerald Barnes

Prodigy by Natasha Brown (book 2 of the Shapeshifter chronicles)

Emergent by Natasha Brown (book 3 of the Shapeshifter chronicles)

2nd Prize

The Girl Who Swam to Atlantis by Elle Thornton

The Stream by A. R. Silverberry

The Collector of Dying Breaths by M.J. Rose

Return to Love by Kathleen Shoop

Taming Romeo by Rachelle Ayala

Into the Light by Amy Manemann

Game of Love by Melissa Foster

Taken by Love by Melissa Foster

Entertaining Angels by Emerald Barnes

Prodigy by Natasha Brown (book 2 of the Shapeshifter chronicles)

Emergent by Natasha Brown (book 3 of the Shapeshifter chronicles)

3rd Prize

The Girl Who Swam to Atlantis by Elle Thornton

The Collector of Dying Breaths by M.J. Rose

Return to Love by Kathleen shoop

Taming Romeo by Rachelle Ayala

Game of Love by Melissa Foster

Taken by Love by Melissa Foster

Prodigy by Natasha Brown (book 2 of the Shapeshifter chronicles)

Emergent by Natasha Brown (book 3 of the Shapeshifter chronicles)

4th & 5th Prize

The Girl Who Swam to Atlantis by Elle Thornton

Prodigy by Natasha Brown (book 2 of the Shapeshifter chronicles)

Emergent by Natasha Brown (book 3 of the Shapeshifter chronicles)

6th – 10th Prize

The Girl Who Swam to Atlantis by Elle Thornton

Enjoy your reads !!

 

The Pinkaboos: Bitterly and the Giant Problem Review and Spotlight

 
Helping Children Fight Fear Since May 2014!
 
 

 

 
Be Sure to Check out the Fearless Giveaway Below! Enter just by commenting!
(see details below this post)
 



This is going to be the best year ever for best friends Bitterly, Abyssma and Belladonna as they are starting a new school year at Fright School! As young frights they’ll learn how to chase aware the fears of little human girls by entering their dreams and teaching them how to overcome nightmares. 



But when Bitterly, the most promising fright, is faced with a school bully and some nightmares of her own, she finds help from the last place she expected-the little girl whom she has sworn to protect. Pinkaboos is an empowering new chapter book series for girls and young readers (6-9) that presents the challenges of childhood through the thrilling and magical world of the Pinkaboos. 



Praise for the Pinkaboos chapter books from the author of Monster High: “Facing fears has never been so much fun. The Pinkaboos are ah-dorable!” -Lisi Harrison, author of The Clique, Alphas, Monster High, Pretenders.

(Chapter book for ages 6-9)

Review:

I tried reading this with my five year old niece, but after the first chapter, she decided it wasn’t for her. So, as it suggests, the book is for kids six and older.

I think I would have to give this book a 4 star. I liked it, but I wasn’t overly fond of it. It seems a little weird for such young kids, but then again, Monster High is pretty popular, so what do I really know? ;)

I loved the message behind it, though. Bitterly is a Pinkaboo, but she it’s being used as a taunt against her by a bully who went from fright to nightmare. Bullying is a serious problem in schools these days, and it’s important for kids to understand that they shouldn’t let the bullies upset them. They’re perfect they way they are, and I get the feeling that this book will help with that. Just as Bitterly learns to become a fright and accept her title as a Pinkaboo, I think kids will be able to relate to that.

Yes, the tagline is about fighting fear, and I think that’s exactly what this shows.

Would I recommend it to kids in this age group? Yes, if the monsters wouldn’t weird them out.

 

 

 

PURCHASE THE PINKABOOS
 
 
Laura Gosselin – After receiving her undergraduate degree in English from Cal State University Long Beach in California, Laura Gosselin completed her MFA at Stony Brook Southampton. She has since served as a reporter for a local newspaper in New York, an editor for a national magazine in Vancouver, Canada, as well as senior copywriter for a marketing firm. She currently lives in southern California with her husband and daughter where she works as a creative consultant for Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts.
 
Jake Gosselin completed his undergraduate degree in Anthropology at the University of Toronto before heading to New York where he finished his MFA in English and Writing at Stony Brook/Southampton College of Long Island University. He currently lives in Southern California where he works as an author, freelance writer and website producer for FourSeasons.com.
 
Connect with The Pinkaboos Team at their:

 

** AWESOME GIVEAWAY **
 

 

 
One lucky reader will win a Kindle along with a Kindle copy of The Pinkaboos!
For a chance to win the Kindle,  share your best anecdote on how your child overcame fear!
 
-We don’t need a novel, just simply share how your little hero conquered their biggest fear or helped someone else conquer fear..-
 
In addition to the Kindle, each blog on tour will be giving away 5 copies of The Pinkaboos: Bitterly and the Giant Problem just for leaving a general comment below!



And don’t forget to leave a way for us to contact you if you win!

 
 
 
By Emerald Barnes Posted in Reviews