Archive for April, 2012

THE Stiletto Spring Book Giveaway From Author Marian Thomas

By • Apr 28th, 2012 • Category: Giveaways and Contests

The Stiletto Spring Book Giveaway:  Ends April 28, 2012 Who wouldn’t like to win a gift card for a pair of shoes? Well, why not try your luck, by registering today to possibly win the following prizes from author Marian L. Thomas! 3 — $10 Visa Gift Card -Wear Your Stilettos to the Store to […]



Strings of Color by Marian Thomas Book Excerpt

By • Apr 28th, 2012 • Category: Thinking Out Loud

“Dear life, he knew that I wouldn’t have thirty more years of him. But tonight even as I lay here with tears soaking the floor, I would give thirty seconds just to feel his touch again.”



Strings of Color by Marian Thomas Book Trailer

By • Apr 28th, 2012 • Category: Book Trailer

Check out this book trailer for Marian Thomas’ latest release Strings of Color. This preview is brought to you by APOOO Book Club.



Virtual Book Tour for Strings of Color by Marian Thomas

By • Apr 28th, 2012 • Category: APOOO Features

Atlanta novelist, Marian L. Thomas, released her third Clean Fiction title, “Strings of Color” on April 2, 2012. Ms. Thomas’s “Strings of Color” probes the ever-intriguing themes of race, family strife, love, teen pregnancy, friendship and abuse. And yet, her tales that seem to pre-sage current tabloid headlines are spelled out in ways that suit delicate moral tastes.



Derrin’s Hot Pursuit by Tucker Davis

By • Apr 26th, 2012 • Category: Book of the Week

Derrin’s Hot Pursuit will enhance the personal library of readers and romance enthusiasts because it shows the benefits which occur when lovers face their fears to find love. Derrin’s Hot Pursuit addresses issues which help the reader to connect with the characters.



Stacy Hawkins Adams Virtual Book Tour

By • Apr 20th, 2012 • Category: APOOO Features

Adams has been a writer and a lover of books since early childhood, when she penned short stories and poems. She loves to inspire and inform readers through women’s fiction novels that mirror real life. The issues her characters deal with are messy – just like in real life, and they sometimes struggle with their faith – just like in real life.



On the ‘Net with Author Alicia Singleton

By • Apr 13th, 2012 • Category: Author of the Week

Alicia Singleton is a wife, mother, business owner, retired registered nurse, lover of any sentence containing the words travel or road trip, consummate optimist; that pretty much sums her up.