This is the new face of RAPHAEL, re-released by BelleBooks on all of the usual e-platforms. For the first time, RAPHAEL is available on Nook and already uploaded to Kobo, Sony, Apple, and all of the others. It’s just a matter of them updating their libraries. Kobo is particularly slow this time of year. Last time I checked they hadn’t gotten ADEN up yet, either.
In the meantime, ADEN is still flying high. His blog tour continues with a special post later this week at PARANORMAL HAVEN. If you read the story of Aden and Sidonie’s first Christmas at NOCTURNAL BOOK REVIEWS, then you’ll want to read Cyn’s reaction to it, too.
But there’s more as the blog tour finishes up this week with a bang. Here are the remaining dates. Be sure and stop by to enter the blog tour giveaway. Remember the Grand Prize is autographed copies of HUNTED and ADEN (or e-books, winner’s choice,) along with a US$30 gift certificate, and two runners-up of autographed copies of HUNTED and ADEN (or e-books, winner’s choice.)
12/15 I SMELL SHEEP
12/15 SNARKY MOM READS
12/15 TOOT’S BOOK REVIEWS
12/16 MAD HATTER READS
12/17 PARANORMAL HAVEN
12/18 FOR THE LOVE OF BOOKENDS
12/19 OFFBEAT VAGABOND
12/20 BOOK PAGES AND DRIPPING INK
12/20 COFFEE TALK
12/20 DIANE’S BOOK BLOG
12/20 LITERAL ADDICTION
12/20 BOOK MONSTER REVIEWS
12/21 LITERAL HOTTIES NAUGHTY BOOK REVIEWS
12/21 PARANORMAL ROMANCE FANS FOR LIFE
12/21 PENNY FOR THEM …
No movies this week, but I did catch some TV. Specifically, GRIMM, which is so good this season, and I love seeing Alexis Denisof (Wesley Wyndam-Pryce from Buffy) show up as Captain Renard’s cousin Prince Viktor. I’ve also been watching The Arrow, binge watching actually, catching up on all the eps since friends seem to love the show. I’ve just started, but can I just say … Stephen Amell has some impressive upper body strength. Lovely to look at. His Russian accent leaves somewhat to be desired, but with that body, I’m inclined to be forgiving.:)
And finally, I couldn’t finish off without recognizing the passing of one of the greats. Peter O’Toole died this week. Everyone is remembering Lawrence of Arabia and Becket and Lion in Winter, but I remember MY FAVORITE YEAR! He was brilliant and wonderful, and though he lived a good long life, his passing is a loss.
See you all next week.