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Series Cover Reveal - Hush Note




The Hush Note Series --- Cover Reveal!




Today we are dropping not one, not twobut THREE gorgeous covers on you!


Sarina Bowen, Devney Perry, and Rebecca Yarros have teamed up to bring you three stand-alone love stories this fall. While each book follows the band, they are all stand-alone stories that can be enjoyed all on their own.






Coming September 22, 2020


Summer nights and star-crossed lovers! From USA Today bestselling author Sarina Bowen.


Once upon a time, he gave me a summer of friendship, followed by one perfect night. We shared a lot during our short time together. But he skipped a few crucial details.

I didn’t know he was a rock star.

I didn’t know his real name.

Neither of us knew I’d get pregnant.

And I sure never expected to see him again.

Five years later, his tour bus pulls up in Nest Lake, Maine. My little world is about to be shattered by loud music and the pounding of my own foolish heart.


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review 2012-12-27 10:11
Rifts - Kevin Siembieda

Rock n Roll Megadamage


Well, I had to open this review with a motivational poster since I have yet to have done that with a book and I found this poster as I was looking for a picture of the cover to upload to Goodreads. Well, there were other ones, but the cool one which said 'Live in Russia – why play post-apocalyptic fantasy games', wasn't working.


That is an interesting thing though because we seem to love our post-apocalyptic wastelands, and while I would not necessarily say that Russia meets the criteria, Somalia certainly does. However the difference between living in Somalia and playing a post-apocalyptic roleplaying game is that the chances of you (as opposed to your character) walking out of it alive afterwards are much higher. Further, it does cost money, and requires extensive training, to be able to survive in Somalia, and if all the training that you need to survive a post-apocalyptic wasteland is to roll dice and draw upon your imagination, then I know what I would rather do.


Oh, and there is another thing about this particular post-apocalyptic wasteland and that the fantasy element. When the civilised world wiped itself out in a nuclear world it opened up a number of rifts to other worlds, and the inhabitants of these worlds came swarming through, bringing their magic with them, to completely alter the makeup of the Earth (sounds a little like Defiance). So, while you and run around in a full suit of body armour and blow away others with your energy weapons, there is always a chance that some mage will simply shut you down with a well placed lightning bolt.


Time for another picture:


Rift Skyline



I never actually got around to playing Rifts, though my friend did buy it and lend it to me. I guess one of the main reasons really comes down to how easy it is to develop a game. Okay, I tend to put in way too much detail when I created my adventures, as if I was attempting to sell them as well as play them. I guess I like writing though and I also like detail. Okay, I have published some of my adventures up on the internet (though that website has long since gone), but not in the sense where I have made money from them.


The other thing that I baulked at was mega-damage. To me it just simply didn't work. Okay, granted, if you are hit full pelt in the chest with an energy weapon you are going to die, but I felt that having two levels of damage was simply annoying, and also made the game incredibly lethal. Basically, with the amount of time taken to create a character, to have them them blown away because they forgot to put their power armour on is a bit silly (though that is probably also a sign of a very bad GM).


Source: www.goodreads.com/review/show/486392634
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review 2012-05-28 00:00
النصوص الصادرة عن سماحة السيد السيستاني (دام ظله) في المسألة العراقية - حامد الخفاف I read this book out of order, as I didn't realize this was book two and not book 1.I really liked the premise of the book, the characters, and that Grace had the right amount of snark and issues to keep me interested. I loved her relationship with Zeus, however, not a fan of Drew.However, this book needs to go through another editing process. There are a lot of missing words and grammatical errors. I would have given it 4 stars if not for the editing issues.
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