A Week of Mondays Blog Tour: Best and Worst Mondays

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Happy Monday, guys! I am pleased to be taking part in the blog tour for Jessica Brody’s upcoming book, A Week of Mondays, presented by MacMillan. Today we’re talking about what our hypothetical best and worst Mondays would be.

Just to recap:

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Last Call at the Nightshade Lounge by Paul Krueger

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A sharp and funny urban fantasy for “new adults” about a secret society of bartenders who fight monsters with alcohol fueled magic.

College grad Bailey Chen has a few demons: no job, no parental support, and a rocky relationship with Zane, the only friend who’s around when she moves back home. But when Zane introduces Bailey to his cadre of monster-fighting bartenders, her demons get a lot more literal. Like, soul-sucking hell-beast literal. Soon, it’s up to Bailey and the ragtag band of magical mixologists to take on whatever—or whoever—is behind the mysterious rash of gruesome deaths in Chicago, and complete the lost recipes of an ancient tome of cocktail lore.

SourceARC from the publisher, Quirk Books–Thank you!!

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Book Avengers: The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater

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Hello and welcome to our July Book Avengers post!  Today we are featuring The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater.  This one has been on my TBR list for quite some time and I don’t know if you guys know this but this is Sarah’s FIRST Stiefvater.  So what are you waiting for?!  Find out what we thought!

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Literary Starbucks

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Literary Starbucks by Nora Katz, Wilson Josephson, Jill Poskanzer, Harry Bliss (Illustrations)

Ever wonder which intricate, elaborately-named drinks might be consumed if your favorite authors and characters wandered into a Starbucks? How many pumpkin lattes J.K. Rowling would drink? Or if Cormac McCarthy needed caffeine, which latte would be laconic enough? Look no further; LITERARY STARBUCKS explores such pressing matters with humor and erudition. Set over the course of a single day, and replete with puns and satirized literary styles, the three authors go darker, stronger, and more global than the blog in book format, including illustrations by acclaimed New Yorker cover artist and cartoonist Harry Bliss.

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A Gentleman Never Tells by Eloisa James Blog Tour (Essex Sisters #4.5)

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A Gentleman Never Tells

By Eloisa James

Avon Impulse

June 28, 2016

E-ISBN 9780062573063 * $.99

About the Book

A witty, sexy novella about a virgin widow and a rake with something to prove.

Eighteen months ago, Lizzie Troutt’s husband died in his mistress’s bed, leaving her determined to never marry again….and unfortunately virginal.

Eighteen years ago (give or take a few) the Honorable Oliver Berwick blackened his own soul, leaving him hardened and resolutely single.

When the chance for redemption in the form of a country house party invitation comes his way, Oliver is determined to prove himself a gentleman.

Until he breaks all the codes of gentlemanly behavior…once again.

Source: eARC from the publisher for review purposes (thanks!)

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Blog Tour: Learning to Swear in America

LTSIA_TourBannerHappy Release Day!  We are kicking off the Learning to Swear in America blog tour (Thank you to Bloomsbury for including our blog) with an interesting guest post from the lovely Katie Kennedy as she tells us a story of one of her Russian travel adventures!  Let’s see what kind of trouble she got up to. . .

 

RED SQUARE AT MIDNIGHT, OR HOW I ALMOST TURNED THE COLD WAR HOT

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Gold Fish by Nat Luurtsema Blog Tour and Fan Casting

Blog Tour: Goldfish | Guest Post by author Nat Luurtsema!

Lou Brown is one of the fastest swimmers in the county. She’s not boasting, she really is. So things are looking pretty rosy the day of the Olympic time-trials. With her best mate Hannah by her side, Lou lines up by the edge of the pool, snaps her goggles on and bends into her dive…

Everything rests on this race. It’s Lou’s thing.

… or it was. She comes dead last and to top it all off Hannah sails through leaving a totally broken Lou behind.

Starting again is never easy, particularly when you’re the odd-one out in a family of insanely beautiful people and a school full of social groups way too intimidating to join. Where do you go from here? Finding a new thing turns out to be the biggest challenge Lou’s ever faced and opens up a whole new world of underwater somersaults, crazy talent shows, bitchy girls and a great big load of awkward boy chat.

Lou Brown guides us through the utter humiliation of failure with honesty, sass and a keen sense of the ridiculous. This girl will not be beaten.

Source: ARC from the publisher, MacMillan (thanks!)

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