Friday, June 30, 2017

Melissa Toppen's Where the Night Ends Cover Reveal




Where the Night Ends Cover Reveal



Where the Night Ends

It only takes one night—one moment, one small snippet of time—to change everything. At sixteen-years-old, Sebastian Baxter taught me that. He taught me a lot of things.

He never had to work for my heart. In some unexplainable way I think it had always belonged to him anyway.

We spent years loving each other, hurting each other, trying to forget each other, but no matter how hard I tried, I could never erase the memory of him. His eyes, his smile, his touch—these are all things that are embedded in my brain, tattooed on my skin, and etched into my heart.

Some might think our love story is over, but deep down I know it’s only just beginning.

Because it’s not about where the night begins, it’s about where it ends…

Where the Night Ends is a standalone, coming of age, romance. 







Melissa Toppen is a Reader's Choice Award Winning and Bestselling Romance Author of New Adult, Contemporary, Erotic and Romantic Suspense. She is a lover of books and enjoys nothing more than losing herself in a good novel. She has a soft spot for Romance and focuses her writing in that direction; writing what she loves to read.

Melissa was born and raised in a small town in Ohio and now resides in Cincinnati with her husband and two children, where she writes full time.


In addition to spending time with family and friends, Melissa loves going to concerts and is obsessed with the T.V. shows Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, Once Upon a Time and Outlander.

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Thursday, June 29, 2017

Ruby Lips by Parker Kaufman


Dear Gentle Readers,

Today our own Parker Kaufman is here to share with us a new art piece recently completed.  This beauty is entitled RUBY LIPS  and is a 9" x12" work consisting of 35 hand-cut shapes of cardstock affixed in layers to a foam board base.

Parker says the motivation behind RUBY LIPS stems from the desire to trick the eye. By using only fragments of an image, one's brain fills in what the eye does not see, allowing one to imagine a complete image. 

Well, however my brain filled in the image, I just love this piece. It reminds me of a 1930's beauty, maybe an actress, or a chorus line dancer. I loved the era of glamour it evoked. 

I hope you enjoy this piece as much as I do!
Hugs,
Carol

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Reviews for The Baslicato by Carol Ann Kauffman


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