Category Archives: Giveaway

Merit Press FOUR BOOK Giveaway! 2 Winners!

Happy Valentine’s Weekend! Would you like to win a set of some great books? Merit Press is giving away TWO sets of their first four novels that are being published in paperback! I have read all except one of the books, so I will link those three... Read More | Share it now!

Review + GIVEAWAY: ‘All The Bright Places’ by Jennifer Niven

Want to win a free copy? Enter at the bottom of the post! Is it true? Are more flowers sent, more mourners present and more speeches given for those kids who die in an accident or of an illness? Death, especially of a young person, is horrible, and... Read More | Share it now!

Review & Giveaway: ‘Historical Heartthrobs: 50 Timeless Crushes from Cleopatra to Camus’ by Kelly Murphy

So I do love history. But, like most people, how much I get out of it certainly depends on the format in which it is presented. Historical Heartthrobs is a read that takes a diverse group of historical figures and tells why they are still interesting.... Read More | Share it now!

Release Day BriefINK Review & GIVEAWAY: ‘Seven Deadlies: A Cautionary Tale’ by Gigi Levangie

Briefly: Told in the format of an admissions letter to a university, our correspondent is a very smart girl of small means – at least compared to her fellow students at Mark Frost Academy. A Latina scholarship student, Perry Gonzales is often... Read More | Share it now!

BriefINK/INKlings Interview: Gigi Levangie, Author of ‘Seven Deadlies,’ Talks Gluttony!

Gigi Levangie, author of five novels already (including The After Wife and The Starter Wife) has written the new Young Adult novel, Seven Deadlies: A Cautionary Tale, that is being published on Thursday, October 17, 2013. In honor of its release,... Read More | Share it now!

‘Anyone But You’ by Amy Helmes and Kim Askew COVER REVEAL and GIVEAWAY!

Have you had the opportunity and the pleasure of reading either (or both) of the novels in the Twisted Lit series by Amy Helmes and Kim Askew? Based on stories from Shakespeare, the books are clever re-imaginings of The Tempest and MacBeth. Helmes... Read More | Share it now!