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text 2018-09-07 15:01
Cover Reveal #4 - Only For A Minute


I realize that sometimes the right love come along at the wrong time. I’m not naive, despite my age.


I’ve loved Clock my entire life, desperate for him to see me as more than just a ‘kid’. I thought that our history would make our bond unbreakable.

What I didn’t know, was that after we crossed that line, even if only for a minute, there was no going back.


This is a forbidden, age-gap, love story about Clock & Chloe. You can meet these characters in the book LIGHTER, but you don’t have to read that story before this one.


About the Book:


Only For a Minute
by Mila Cole

Series: Prequel to Lighter


Genre: Adult, Contemporary Romance

Publisher: Independent

Publication Date: To Be Announced


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Cover Reveal Giveaway:


To celebrate the cover reveal for ONLY FOR A MINUTE by Mila Cole, the author is giving away a Amazon Kindle Fire 7 With Alexa!



GIVEAWAY TERMS & CONDITIONS:  Open to US shipping addresses only. One winner will be chosen to receive an Amazon Kindle Fire 7 with Alexa. This giveaway is administered by Pure Textuality PR on behalf of Mila Cole.  Giveaway ends 9/13/2018 @ 11:59pm EST. Mila Cole will send the prize directly. Limit one entry per reader and mailing address. Duplicates will be deleted. CLICK HERE TO ENTER!



About Mila Cole:


MILA COLE is a fictional name derived from this author’s imagination. She uses a pen name so that she can separate her love of bad boys from her love of sweet boys. She likes to keep things interesting. Her fascination with big cities and smooth talkers has led her here, and she’s excited to share the journey with you!


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review 2018-06-30 18:31
Too many contrivances hamper this novel's strengths
Three Minute Universe - Barbara Paul

"The galaxy is on fire." With these words, James Kirk summarizes the latest threat the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise is forced to address: an expanding wave of heat that has already annihilated an entire solar system, including the home world of the Zirgosians. Their investigation takes them to the remaining Zirgosian colony, where they find a massive spaceship in orbit controlled by the "Sackers," a species so physically repulsive that sentient beings cannot stand to be in their presence. The crew soon discovers that the Sackers are at the center of the mystery, with a plan that effectively holds the entire universe hostage unless their demands are met.


Barbara Paul's novel offers readers what is many respects a textbook Star Trek story: the crew faces a seemingly insurmountable challenge, then proceeds to save the day through a mixture of intuitive psychology and teamwork. It's an interesting tale both for the species she introduces and the unusual combination of Kirk, Scotty, Uhura, and Chekov working to deal with the situation in which they find themselves. Yet too much of the novel comes across as contrived, with the Sacker threat both epically dangerous yet in the end ridiculously easy to resolve. Squaring the difference between these two contrasts might have made for a truly excellent Star Trek novel, but as it is the book's strengths can't quite overcome its flaws.

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review 2018-05-04 11:38
Gambler's Fallacy: "One Human Minute" by Stanislaw Lem
One Human Minute - Stanisław Lem,Catherine S. Leach

“Every minute, 34.2 million men and women copulate. Only 5.7 percent of all intercourse results in fertilization, but the combined ejaculate, at a volume of forty-five thousand litters a minute, contains 1,990 billion (with deviations in the last decimal place) living spermatozoa. The same number of female eggs could be fertilized sixty times an hour with a minimal ratio of one spermatozoon to one egg, in which impossible case three million children would be conceived per second. But this, too, is only a statistical manipulation.”


In “One Human Minute” by Stanislaw Lem



Lem never fails to disappoint. This is one of those long-forgotten Lem books no one remembers anymore. I read it more than 20 years ago, and it still packs quite a punch. My love with book reviewing started around the time I read this three-essay-volume (“One Human Minute”, “The Upside Down Evolution”, and “The World as Cataclysm”) comprising reviews of non-existent books… As always, when a book is this good my mind goes on a tangent…


Boss: "Will this work?"

Statistician: "Probability of success is 90% so..."

Boss: "Let's do it."


Boss: "It didn't work. You're fired."


Hopefully the statistician will use his period of unemployment to get better at his job. If you're offered a wager where there is a 90% chance that you will win 5 euros and a 10% chance you will be shot dead then you have to be a very poor statistician to think "the probability of success is 90% so I'll take it".



If you're into SF, read on.

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review 2017-10-28 14:14
5-Minute Disney*Pixar Stories (5-Minute ... 5-Minute Disney*Pixar Stories (5-Minute Stories) - Disney Book Group,Disney Storybook Art Team

A very cute collection of stories. There are stories with a variety of Disney Pixar characters (Monsters, Inc., A Bug's Life, The Incredibles, Ratatouille, Wall-E, Up) and two stories each for some of the more popular ones (Cars, Toy Story, Finding Nemo). The stories were well-done and I loved the illustrations. I especially liked the stories which speculated what minor characters where doing in the movie when the main character had their big moments, such as what the other cars were doing when Lightning McQueen was heading off to the big race or the story of Wall-E from the reject-bots' perspective. There were also many new stories that took place after the movie plot. I really enjoyed this collection of stories, especially since the majority of them were written and adapted by women. It is awesome to see so many women included in the process. Only one critique was that they used the wrong pronouns for Buttercup in the second Toy Story book. They assumed he was a she (probably because he is a fabulous unicorn). It is a tiny, tiny thing, but I like to think the people who wrote the stories like/know about the characters they are writing. Either it was just a typo or the creator of the story has been severely misinformed about Buttercup. Overall, a really good collection of Disney Pixar stories.

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