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text 2016-06-29 08:10
JUNE EMBRACE RELEASE WEEK

The possibilities are endless...

 

Embrace has two new releases to share with you this week, so get those clicking fingers ready because you are going to want to meet these remarkable characters!
 
 
 
 
About the Book:
 
She’s so young, so full of life…
 
I couldn’t let her die…


Even if she made the world’s worst coffee.


Emily Garrett never asked to be rescued, let alone by a walking JCrew ad whose idea of fun is probably managing his stock portfolio and watching the nightly news. Then again, she never thought she would wind upside-down in a ditch after a night having a little too much fun.


Reece Montgomery never planned on being anyone’s hero, especially the foul-mouthed, bleach-blonde barista from the local coffee shop. He thinks there’s more to Emily than her tattoos, and lip ring, but getting close means letting her into his past and meeting his ghosts.

And he’s not sure she’s ready for that battlefield.
Find it online:

Follow the blog tour and enter the giveaway!

 

 

 

About the Author:

 

At seventeen Cole found herself homeless with only a beat-up Volkswagen Jetta and a bag of Goodwill clothing to her name. The only things that got her through the nights she spent parked in truck stops and cornfields were the stacks of books she checked out from the library along with her trusty flashlight. Because of the reprieve these books gave her from her troubles, Cole vowed to become a writer so she could provide the same escape to readers who needed a break the reality of their own lives.

 

Social Media Links:

 

Website | Twitter | Facebook | Pinterest | Goodreads

 

 

 

About the book:

Three terrifying months.
 
That’s how long Kitty Laughton has been at the mercy of the scientist who experimented on her town, killing over a dozen people and giving the rest of them unique powers. But Kitty doesn’t feel powerful, especially when she learns the crazy man plans to test his research on more unsuspecting people. She refuses to let anyone else die, but trapped with no one to help her she’s out of options…that is until sexy and exasperating Nick Degrassi arrives.

Special-ops soldier Nick blames himself for Kitty’s capture, and he’ll do whatever he can to free the quiet beauty, but close quarters and a shared secret bring an attraction that neither of them expected. With the organization that started it all making mercenaries for hire, Nick and Kitty must save themselves and stop a madman…before it’s too late.

 

Find it online:

Follow the blog tour and enter the giveaway!

 
 
 

Excerpt:

 

As they loaded into the chopper, Nick’s eyes held hers, intense amidst the activity around them. His message was obviously for her. Texted Blue and Seth, too. They’ll come for us. He kept repeating the words, as if he wasn’t sure she was listening. Or as if he was trying to reassure himself.

 

She shook her head at him and looked away.

 

They hadn’t come before, and they wouldn’t come now. But she wasn’t going to ruin this for him. It had been bad enough when her own hopes died. She’d let him hold on to his for awhile longer.

 

If they were going to escape, they’d need to find their own way out.

 

When they landed back at the complex, Dr. Fields and his orderly greeted them on the tarmac. As the changed soldiers ushered her and Nick off the helicopter, holding their hands behind their backs, they stopped in front of Fields.

 

“Kitty, Kitty.” Dr. Fields shook his head, as if he was disappointed in her. “You should know better.” Then he waved a hand at the orderly next to them. Without a word, the man lifted his gun and shot both her and Nick, in quick succession.

 

As the tranquilizer took effect, she tried to catch one last glimpse of the sky. The sun was coming up, and it had been months since she’d seen it. But her eyes closed of their own volition, leaving her again in the darkness.

 

 

About the Author:

 

Award-winning author and RITA® finalist Marnee Blake used to teach high school students but these days she only has to wrangle her own children. Originally from a small town in Western Pennsylvania, she now battles traffic in southern New Jersey where she lives with her hero husband and their happily-ever-after: two very energetic boys. When she isn’t writing, she can be found refereeing disputes between her children, cooking up something sweet, or hiding from encroaching dust bunnies with a book.

 

Find Marnee on the web at www.marneeblake.com, on Twitter @marneeblake, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AuthorMarneeBlake/.

 

Social Media Links:

Website | Twitter | Facebook | Pinterest | Goodreads

 

 

 

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text 2016-01-03 16:47
Good news!
Seared - Sandra Gustafsson

 

I just noticed that my book Seared was one of the finalists in the category mystery/thriller in The Red City Review Book Awards 2015!


What a lovely way to start 2016! 
 
 
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text 2015-10-06 10:51
Me, my books and I

Interview with me on a book fair in Sweden.

 

Video link.

 

 

We talk about my latest book Hudlös, and the fact that I always write about families with problems.


ps1 Maybe I can get you translated text, have to ask around.

ps2 Very sorry for the bad light, I was not so tired.

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text 2015-10-01 19:50
Blogcritics interview

Interview: Sandra Gustafsson, Author of "Seared" - *klick*

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text 2015-09-08 05:14
Autumn

It is time for this years book fairs.
The first one out is Östergötlands Bokmässa, were I will give a short lecture about my first book, the autobiographical narrative The Dandelion Kid (2006).

It´s been a while since I talked about it. Actually, at one point I was so tired of being The Dandelion Kid so I said I never speak about the book (and my life) again.

Well. Now I am.

 

The second one is Göteborgs Bokmässa, and there will be a live webb-tv interview (hope you understand what I mean) with me regarding my books, and the fact that all of them in some way is about families. 

 

 

 
 
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