Blog Tour: Short Stay, by Heidi Cullinan

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Welcome to the bog tour for Heidi Cullinan’s newest release, Short Stay, a novella set in the Love Lessons universe! This story is such a delightful treat for any fan of Heidi’s books, because it’s actually a crossover of two of my favorite series by her; that’s right, the boys from Lonely Hearts end up in Vegas with some very familiar faces!

From Heidi: I wrote Short Stay with my readers in mind, and I had so much fun playing with my own story universes, essentially writing my own fan fiction. Readers are always joking that they want to see their favorite characters doing anything and everything, even simply running to the grocery store. I made this reader-sponsored story more than running errands, but I tried to give them what they wanted: a fun escape with their favorite people in my stories.

Short Stay, by Heidi Cullinan
Series: Love Lessons (Book 3.5)
Publisher: Self-Published
Release Date: May 24, 2016

Crosses over with the Special Delivery series!

Today I have an excerpt from the book, and there’s also a really awesome giveaway at the end, so be sure to check it out!

Kristie gave Short Stay 4 1/2 out of 5 starsThis book gave me all the feels, making my heart jump with excitement, my eyes leak these weird salty wet things down my cheeks, and those cheeks hurting the next morning from smiling so big and so much.

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Book Review: How Not to Summon Your True Love, by Sasha Miller

This book is part of LT3 Press’ Solitary Traveler’s collection, which includes novels and novellas with asexual and aromantic characters. You can find more about that here. I will be reviewing these stories throughout the next month, so keep an eye out!


How Not to Summon Your True Love, by Sasha L. Miller
Part of the Solitary Traveler’s Collection
Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Release Date: March 16, 2016

Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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Series Spotlight: Channeling Morpheus, by Jordan Castillo Price


So you like dark, gritty novels with disillusioned and world-weary characters? What about vampires? What about a combination of the two, in the form of a young man desperate for revenge, a vampire with zero fucks left to give, and copious eyeliner and cigarettes?

Sounds good, right? Then let me tell you about this series:

Channeling Morpheus/Sweet Oblivion, by Jordan Castillo Price
First Published: 2008
Number of Books: 10 (plus several in-between shorts)
First Book: Payback

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