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[Blog Tour] PROMDI HEART: HOMETOWN LOVE STORIES

PROMDI HEART: HOMETOWN STORIES by Georgette S. Gonzales, Agay Llanera, Chris Mariano,   C.P. Santi, Jay E. Tria, and Ines Bautista-Yao Published: March 29, 2017 About the book: Take a quick tour of the Philippines with six hometown love stories. Visit Jimenez, Misamis Occidental where a priest might just set you up with a man whose dimples are to die for. Visit Silay, Negros Occidental and get on a horse alongside hunky, hazel-eyed Negrense royalty. Visit Kalibo, Aklan and find yourself in the arms of a cute drummer boy who just happens to be your kuya's BFF. Visit Hagonoy, ...
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MISFORTUNES OF T-FUNK by Barnaby Hazen

*** RELEASE DATE: April 1, 2017 SevenElevenStories.com ABOUT THE BOOK: An ensemble sets off on a dark comedy of errors and uncertain conclusions, featuring original music throughout the story. Theo and Judah, two childhood friends, are trying desperately to find an audience for their hard-edged, “grunge” music as they move past their twenties and feel the need to establish careers. Together, they enroll in an unusual college, called The University of Jazz and Music Technology. Attracted at first by the means within the school to professionally record their own original music, the t...
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NEVER UNFRIENDED by Lisa-Jo Baker

Lisa-Jo Baker has been an inspiration to me ever since I read Surprised by Motherhood a  few years back. I was then (I still am!) a struggling new mother and Lisa-Jo’s words spoke volumes of comfort and encouragement as I battled with self-criticism and never-ending sleepiness. This time, Lisa-Jo once more sends out her comforting and truthful words to the world as her newest book, Never Unfriended, is being launched today. Yes, today, this very day as I am writing this post. I don’t know how to begin describing Never Unfriended. I immediately started reading the book the very moment I rece...
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COURAGE AND OTHER DEMONS | Jill Daugherty

Summary from Goodreads: The end of the world will start in the suburbs of Denver with a faery transfer student from Ireland. If you think that’s totally ridiculous, then you understand how Maggie O’Neill feels. In all of her sixteen years, faeries were something you read about in children’s books. They didn’t actually show up on your doorstep. They didn’t kiss you and make your knees go weak and whisper sweet nothings in your ear. Until Simon Brady, that is. Simon changed everything. He makes her heart race and her skin burn with excitement, but he has also changed her core beliefs about th...
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