Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Kindle Fire - I really wanted this thingamagjig!!


**The 46 books are wonderful and a real treat to those who like to read authors who need your support.

Americans are very lucky because they've had the Kindle Fire available in their market it seems like forever. For us lowly Canadians, it's just lately been released for us to be able to use here in Canada with all it's various functions. We could've bought it before, but it wouldn't have been any good for anything other than using as a rather cool e-reader. None of the online abilities would have worked. Darn CTRC - but that's another story!

I love these types of tablets because of the color when you look at the covers and the quality of the books just seems so much better than on an ordinary e-reader. Plus, the rest of the fantastic things they do make them so darn much fun to play with :-)

So... for those of you who've wanted one of these toys - get your name in the game. And good luck to you!!!

***One of the books involved in the Summer Giveaway is called Togther Again.
 A spirit-travel / time-travel romance that'll make you laugh and cry.
You need to get this one!!

Traveling forward in time, Dani Howard's sixteen-year-old spirit becomes magically united with reporter, Troy Brennan. He's everything a girl could want in a man. During their time together, they fall deeply in love. Though she must return to her own pregnant body, she gains his promise to come to her birthday party in seven days where they will meet in person and continue their romance. Unbeknownst to him, the interval for her will be 10 long, lonely years.

Troy can't believe he's fallen for a teenage spirit invader. Because of her shenanigans, he loses sight of the person he followed all the way to England, gets stranded with a homeless puppy and ends up falling in love.  He's so infatuated that when renowned author, beautiful Ellie Ward, enters his world and tries to seduce him, as attractive as he finds her, he's honor bound to stay true to his young love—or is he? And why does this gorgeous, desirable woman seem so darn familiar?

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