Hi lovelies! So, I don’t know if you know, but ALBTALBS has advertising space. I don’t make a huge deal about it, but it’s to help cover costs. (Website hosting being the biggest … >.> only… because giveaways that I do come out of my own pocket…) But anyway, Michelle M. Pillow has been pretty much the sole support of A Little Bit Tart, A Little Bit Sweet for the past year+. I wanted to draw your attention to her, and say – thanks for keeping me (us) going. <3
In case you missed it – and I know 2014 was a funky year, these are all the ads she had every month. (She also advertised in 2013 – so you know, extra <3)
March & May
So, to thank her – I’m giving away a kindle copy of The Pirate Prince to someone who comments.
I’m also running a promotion on ad space until the end of the year – buy a static monthly ad for $15. Space is limited. If interested, email me.
I wasn’t actually going to do this… but then I figured – oh why not? I did for previous months, and the book covers here are very pretty. Plus it’s the holidays, you know? So, here’s a feature for our lovely December friends, who help fund giveaways, inadvertently. 😉
Once a notorious rake, Camden Folk, Marquis of Warbury, is now consumed by desire for only one woman: beautiful young widow Frances Burdett. And the Yuletide festivities at his country estate present the perfect opportunity for seduction…
After her brief and unsatisfying marriage, Frances Burdett swore never to become tied to another man. Then a passionate kiss under the mistletoe reawakens longings she thought buried forever. But can she give in to the pleasures of the body with a rogue like Cam—without losing her heart?
Christmas Park is stuck in Seoul for the holidays when she should be flying home to Florida. Her parents break tradition and book a Carribean cruise, leaving her to seek a new holiday tradition. It’s Christmas Eve and “Rissa” finds herself in the spotlight—literally! Her plans to enjoy an uneventful, low-key night at the after-hours soju bar turns into a scheme for her co-workers to win the grand prize in a single’s kissing contest.
Nothing goes according to plan when Rissa is whisked away by the city’s notorious bad boy, Min Yoo, on an adventurous night around town. What they hadn’t expected was falling for the magic of the holidays—and each other—which all started with just a single kiss.
Warrior, bastard, outcast, traitor to his kind, these are all labels Lazar has worn for the past several years, since he took a stand against the actions of a mad king. He’s defended the Kingdom of the Hawks even though the blood of the Falcons runs through his veins. He’s bedded their women, drank their mead and protected their king. None of that makes him one of them. An empty pit has been in his stomach for years, believing his true mate perished long ago. When he learns she’s alive, he has to not only win her over, but also make her understand men who can shift into birds aren’t the things of nightmares. They’re real, and he’s one of them.
Sabrina lives a relatively sheltered life. Her overprotective uncle means well but can sometimes go too far. When he shows up with a sexy hunk she’s dreamed about, it’s all Sabrina can do to control her emotions. As old lies are uncovered, she has to decide if she should open her heart to a man who has made using women an art form and who also happens to have wings. Plus, he’s more than just any old shifter male. He’s the rightful king of the Falco, and it’s time he rose to his position and accepted his destiny, even if that destiny includes her.
WARNING: This book contains hot, explicit sex and violence, a dominant, alpha, bird-shifting male who has the rules of seduction memorized and who finally understands he has to take a stand for what he wants. It has a heroine who, while young, knows she won’t settle for anything less than she deserves and who finds herself being taught things that make her blush.
Speaking of a giveaway… Barbara Monajem has been a lovely mainstay at ALBTALBS, and I’d like to say thank you to her. And to share the love, so one lucky commenter will win her (or his!) choice of a kindle copy of one of Barbara’s Harlequin [Historical] Undone(s). What a mouthful, yes?
My question to you is – have you ever checked out any of the books featured in the ads? Ever buy one? What’d you think? Or what do you think of the ads in general?
And, if that doesn’t interest you at all… how is all your holiday planning and shopping going?
Lastly – unrelatedly, and yes I’m making up words and in a big hurry – would you check “backdated” posts? There are some things I’d like to say, and I think I might use them to fill in spots that weren’t blogged. Like all that time I was absent in August etc, because I was spending all my time in the hospital. Would any of you see them? Or should I just not do that?
Seriously. Every so often on twitter I just… wax mushy about you all. All the time your comments give me the warm fuzzies, and make me smile, and restore my faith in humanity.
I said this on Sunday on twitter, after I got some emails from people – winners claiming stuff, etc. And… I went to twitter to “brag” but I thought – what if most of these people don’t follow me on twitter? They should see it! (Frankly, I bet most of you don’t – and that’s probably a good thing, other wise you wouldn’t like me, or wouldn’t stick around, because you’re too nice for me.) *heart*
Anyway… here’s your rare lovey Lime moment. It’s from Sunday specifically, which was more email driven. But to be honest? Usually it’s the comments. I’ve definitely linked to posts with awesome comments before, and I’m all like “SEE?! THEY’RE ALL SO WONDERFUL! <3 <3 <3”