Promo Post: Peri in Progress by Cat Lavoie

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Happy Book Blast Day, Cat Lavoie!

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Progress

By author Cat Lavoie

Release Date: October 2nd, 2016

Genre: Chick Lit

Blurb:

You know what they say about best-laid plans… After a

disastrous thirty-first birthday party where she gets stood-up by a man she isn’t supposed to be dating,

Peri McKenna decides it’s time to change what hasn’t been working—which is pretty much everything.

Her love life is going nowhere fast, she’s bored to tears by a job that makes her the office pariah, and

the lifelong junk food addiction that used to be somewhat quirky is now positively problematic. To top it

all off, her newly-purchased home is falling apart and wishful thinking hasn’t done much to fix the leaky

roof. It’s time be an adult now that she’s officially ‘thirty-something.’ But when the first step of Peri’s

self-improvement plan backfires, she starts to wonder if change might be overrated.

Enter Milo Preston, an up-and- coming chef who’s in town

to take over a local restaurant. When Peri and Milo begin working together, she finds it hard to ignore

his easy charm and captivating emerald-green eyes. Since Milo is her best friend’s estranged brother,

Peri has to keep reminding herself that he is completely off-limits. As they grow closer, Milo introduces

Peri to new foods, the joy (and pain) of jogging, and makes her think her luck might finally be turning.

But when the past catches up with them, Peri finds herself back at square one.

Will she be able to sort herself out—or will the roof cave in

on her once and for all?

Buy the Book:

Peri in Progress will be on sale for $0.99 from October 31 to November 8

Make sure to grab your copy!

 

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About the Author:

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Bio:

Cat Lavoie lives in Montreal, Canada with her tempestuous

cat, Abbie. She is the author of BREAKING THE RULES, ZOEY & THE MOMENT OF ZEN, and PERI IN

PROGRESS.

If Cat isn’t reading or writing, she’s most likely watching too much TV or daydreaming about her next

trip to London.

To find out more about Cat and her books, please visit

http://www.catlavoie.com and follow @CatLavoieBooks on Twitter.

Find her here:

Website  |  Twitter  |  Facebook  |  Contact  | Instagram  | Pinterest

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Release Blitz: The Christmas Surprise by Samantha March

About the Book

Juliette Mabry is a happily married stay-at-home wife and mother…until there appears to be trouble brewing in her nearly ten-year marriage. Juliette takes it upon herself to find out if her husband is up to no good, but does she want to know the truth? Everything is revealed on Christmas, and Juliette is in for her biggest Christmas surprise.


Participating Blogs


Jersey Girl Book Reviews

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Cat Lavoie

Caroline Fardig

T’s Stuff

Chick Lit Goddess

Josie Ann

The Book Bag

Granny Loves to Read

Book Lover in Florida 

Queen of All She Reads

Coffeeholic Bookworm

Bookaholic Babe

Authors and Readers Book Corner

A Southern Girls Bookshelf

Hello Chick Lit

Spunky N Sassy

Jen’s Reading Obsession

A Page to turn

Little Miss Drama Queen

Anne Kemp


About the Author


Samantha March is an author, editor, publisher, blogger, and all around book lover. She runs the popular book/women’s lifestyle blog ChickLitPlus, which keeps her bookshelf stocked with the latest reads and up to date on all things beauty, fashion and fitness. In 2011 she launched her independent publishing company Marching Ink and has four published novels – Destined to Fail, The Green Ticket, A Questionable Friendship and Up To I Do. You can also find her on Youtube sharing beauty reviews and creating makeup tutorials. When she isn’t reading, writing, or vlogging, you can find her cheering for the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Cubs. Samantha lives in Iowa with her husband and Vizsla puppy.


Samantha Links


Snapchat: Samantha.March


Book Links

The Christmas Surprise – http://amzn.to/2fk6vPc

Destined To Fail – http://amzn.to/2egZj0M

The Green Ticket  – http://amzn.to/2eDKWbl

A Questionable Friendship – http://amzn.to/2eiuSsq – 99 CENTS! 

Up To I Do – http://amzn.to/2egYZyY – FREE!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Christmas Surprise – http://amzn.to/2fk6vPc

HUGE GIVEAWAY TO CELEBRATE!

We Love Book Wednesday: Cover Reveal – The Adulthood by Lori Goldson

the-adulthoodAbout the Book
New from Lori Goldson, the author of the four-star rated novel Irene in College: The Life &
Times Series, book 1,
comes the new-adult fiction novel The Adulthood:
The Life & Times Series, book 2,
the follow-up sequel to last year’s
debut.
With her degree in hand and college campus in her rear view mirror, 22-year-old Irene Jimenez is ready
to grapple with her newest adversary, adulthood. With the help of a family
friend, Irene quickly lands a job where she meets her new boss, the brilliant,
charismatic, and virile Justin. Fear-stricken and paralyzed at the idea of
being on her own for the first time in life, Justin’s guidance in the workplace
leaves Irene intrigued to get better acquainted with her new boss, despite her
current relationship situation with her live-in boyfriend, Artie. Justin
notices Irene’s inquisition, and admits his curiosity about her as well, despite
his own set of personal and professional obligations.
Enjoying her work and
curious about her boss, Irene finds herself losing sight of the objective, and
turns to her longtime friend, Michaela, who is entrenched in her own adulthood
obstacles with her girlfriend, Ryan, including a domestic dispute that pushes
Irene even closer to her boss in ways that leave her boyfriend, Artie, jealous.
Irene and Michaela are equally trapped in wading the waters of adulthood as
they try to balance their actual jobs with their romantic desires and fears
contained. Irene finds herself struggling, however, with balancing work and
pleasure with Justin as her boss, and is soon placed in a new work environment
where an old adversary becomes a new supervisor, and is forced to confront old
emotions that she thought were buried in the past.
Participating Blogs
the-adulthoodAbout the Author
My first novel came along
during the wee hours of the night in 2011. I was laid off and laid up after a
car accident, and figured it was time to bring my goal to light. Four years
later, it is finally available to the masses. I took every frustration and
disappointment that life had handed me thus far and created some truly
relatable characters. Who wouldn’t be able to connect to a lost college
student? Aren’t we all lost to some extent at that time?


I’m a Jersey girl through and through who lives in
Pennsylvania. I’m a Westonian, a Blue Hen, and a Hawk with a flair for the
Spanish language. I’ve been bit by the traveling bug on numerous occasions, and
I won’t be surprised if my first child is born in the middle of a yoga
studio
.
Oh yeah, I have a husband now.
Purchase Link

 

We Love Books Wednesday: Review – Just One Week by Alice Gaines

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Her brother’s best friend is not only the hottest man Michelle Dennis has ever seen, he’s the one man she hopes to avoid after leaving town eight years ago. Of course he’s the one waiting at the airport. Worse, he made sure they’re staying in the same house.

Pro football player Alex Stafford is expecting to pick up his friend’s kid sister, not a full-fledged bombshell. He was planning to apologize for their past, but the feelings he had years ago come roaring back…and this time, there’s no denying them.

Keeping his hands off is a test he’s bound to fail—especially when they’re stuck in close quarters. But falling in love with Michelle, living in her world, isn’t an option for a guy like him. And remembering that will save them both a lot of heartache…

Review

four-stars

I was given a copy of this novel from Author’s Pal, in exchange for my honest opinion, and I found this novel quite enjoyable. From the beginning of the novel, I was pulled in; I kept wondering what happened between Michelle and Alex, and why she had so much hatred for him when he picked her from the airport. I thought all of the characters were very well-developed. I don’t usually read novels that are written in third person, I prefer first person point of view novels, however, the POV didn’t hinder my feelings towards the novel. The only downfall to this story, I couldn’t tell when Michelle was being honest, or when she was “playing games”…her personality was kind of back and fourth at times. Overall, I thought this was a good read.

We Love Books Wednesday 5: Jessica Sorensen

Good morning, lovelies. As you all know my favorite author of all times is Jessica Sorensen. I admire her writing as well as her work ethic. I’m still not sure how authors such as her, Denise Grover Swank, or Lauren Layne are able to produce books at such a fast pace, but I absolutely admire it. One book that I’m (trying) patiently awaiting the release of is Jessica Sorensen’s What Lies in the Darkness. For more information on one of Jessica’s upcoming releases, click here.

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Upcoming Changes

Hey Lovelies! I’m back and at it again. Things have been super hectic at the office, but school is out for the summer so there may be some hope after all. However, my “leave of absence” has allowed me to focus on writing, blog changes, as well as quality time with my little nephew. So what kind of changes are coming? You’ll have to sit through a few pictures to find out.

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First things first, I’ve been working vigorously on my latest manuscript, Every Breath I Take. My goal is to have at least 85,000 words written by July 31st. Not too bad, right? I started this 85k journey on May 1st, and will share my current word count for May on Monday.

This leads me to my blog changes. Starting on Monday, I will be blogging three times a week. Yes, you read it correctly. THREE TIMES A WEEK! The schedule will look something like this:

Mondays:  Manuscript Mondays
Wednesdays:  We Love Books Wednesdays
Fridays:  Freebie Fridays

Since Mondays are a little self-explanatory, allow me to delve deeper into Wednesdays and Fridays. On Wednesdays, I will be highlighting/reviewing books that I’ve read in the past or just recently finished. Also, don’t be surprised if there are a few interviews and guest posts here and there. We wouldn’t have books if it wasn’t for the amazing authors behind them, so they’ll be getting some recognition on Wednesdays too.

Now Fridays, on the other hand, will be reserved for fun. Think about when you were required to write journal entries in school and on Fridays your teacher used to allow you a free topic. Those were some of the best days ever. That’s what Fridays are going to be like on the blog. Whether it’s my thoughts on a Lifetime/Hallmark, television shows, a product or snack review, or just what’s happening in life. On Fridays, all subjects are game. I want to know what are some things you’re hoping to see me talk about in the upcoming weeks? Please, feel free to leave suggestions below in the comments.