A Sensual Sale for $1.50. Someday My Prints Will Come by Marilyn Baron

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

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Someday My Prints Will Come
The e-book of Someday My Prints Will Come is on sale now at Wild Rose Press for $1.50
Eva, a minor goddess of the Venus variety, descended from a distinguished line of matchmakers, operates a business called Someday My Prints Will Come, a virtual lost-and-found of mismatched prints for photo processors around the country. She uses the leftover space on the database to accomplish her primary mission as a modern-day matchmaker. While Eva successfully helps others find their soulmates, she has never been in love.

No matter how hard she tries, she can’t find the perfect woman for a particularly picky client—Noah Prince, the emissary for rich and powerful CEO Adam Prinsky of Prinsky Electronics. Noah holds the key to Eva’s past, and he’s hoping to win her heart before he has to break it. This paranormal/fantasy tells the tale of how the matchmaker, who also hopes that one day her prince will come, finds a match.
Excerpt:
“Mr. Emissary, just for the purposes of discussion, if ever we became lovers—that is to say, if I were yours and you were mine, and I held your heart—would you honestly want me to seek variety, as you call it, with other men?”
He hadn’t considered that. It was a trick question, and he thought the best course was to answer it with silence.
“That’s what I thought. I’ve heard it told that fidelity can be quite a turn-on. In my opinion, it is a virtue. You should keep that in mind.”
She had cleared away the plates, and they were sitting on a very roomy and comfortable couch in front of a roaring fire, looking out the window at the waves crashing, drinking wine that tasted like the nectar of the gods out of crystal goblets, and munching on delicate slices of those almond cookies Eva was always baking.
“What do you put in these things?” he asked. He thought it was very definitely some kind of a love potion, because he was feeling more amorous by the moment.
“Calm down. I told you before, they’re just cookies.” She paused, drew a breath, and continued. “I’ve been thinking, and after some consideration, I’ve decided to let you instruct me in the ways of seduction.”
He choked on his wine and had to put the goblet down. He was speechless. The things that came out of her mouth were a constant surprise.
“I’m beginning to like the sound of this,” he said eagerly, moving closer to her. “It’s not every day a man gets to initiate a goddess. I imagine there would be a lot of pent-up demand, over the centuries.”
“I’m talking about love, Mr. Emissary, not sex.”
 

Blog Talk: Basic blog maintenance - it's time to do the things you have forgotten

Monday, April 13, 2015

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Not everyone with a blog is a blog techie. For the most part, blogs are a pretty straightforward thing to figure out and run. But there is a difference between just running a blog and making sure it is a functional blog, and many of those to-dos that keep your blog running smoothly are very fast and easy to do.

I posted previously on the importance of updating blog follow links regularly. It was a simple last-minute post that I decided to do more as a PSA after having issues on blog hops rather than a mind-blowing post about blog maintenance. It's easy to forget about the links that you, yourself, are not regularly using. So when they go defunct you may not know unless a kind soul informs you. That post brought up some side discussion about what other things most of us forget to do with our blog in terms up basic upkeep that allows our blogs to not only run, but run smoothly.

So without further ado, here's a list of basic maintenance to-dos that you're probably forgetting (or just being lazy about, as is my case):


  1. Check follow links
  2. Update contact information - this is a big one. Your contact info should be in about every place you can think of. Have a contact form AND an email address that is listed under contact, about me, home page, side bars, etc. You really can't be too obvious with this stuff.
  3. Back up your blog - every platform is different, so if you're unsure about this just Google whatever it is your working with. For most, you can find an "Import/Export" feature under "Settings". It will export (download) all of your posts and comments to your computer. It's as easy as that. No one wants to log on one day only to find that their site has been dissolved. But if it (or whatever else) happens, then you're at least somewhat covered.
  4. Back up your template - you never know when something will randomly decide to not work. If could be caused by a coding issue on your end or it could just be a day where things aren't cooperating for whatever reason. It's always good to have your template code backed up so that you can simply import it and be done. Note that this import is different than the import/export for the blog posts mentioned above. The template import/export is usually under a template layout tab. 
  5. Clean up dead gadgets/widgets/side-bar junk - Whether it's old giveaways, notices, and information, or defunct apps, these should be cleaned up regularly. They often hang out in no-mans land and are forgotten about. If new visitors or old followers notice a lot of useless/non-working space-collectors on your site then they might be less inclined to stick around. It's better to have nothing than to pretend to be active in that way and clutter spaces.
  6. Check your mission statements/disclaimers/licences - People change over time and so do their blogs. Maybe you're only accepting certain books to review, or your review days have changed, or your copyright status has changed. These should all be kept up-to-date so that 1. you're not hassled by those thinking that you do something that you no longer do 2. other people aren't wasting their time 3. you don't find yourself in a copyright predicament. For those interested in learning more about blog copy rights, check out this previous post.
  7. Check blog rolls - this is another forgotten black hole of the blog world. Blog rolls are a great thing to have as they provide quick links to your favorite blogs for you as a follower as well as your followers. Some blog rolls tend to accumulate new blogs while still listing defunct ones, or still listing blogs that are not the best of quality any more. 
That's all I've got. Pretty simple. Of course, if we really wanted to get into some hardcore maintenance to-dos, we could. But these should be enough to keep us busy for 5 minutes every month while improving the presence of our blogs and without getting us in too far over our heads.

A Spicy Ghost Story for 99 Cents: Gull Harbor by Kathryn Knight

Friday, April 10, 2015

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Gull Harbor by Kathryn Knight
Sale Dates April 10 to April 24

When Claire Linden's job sends her to the sleepy town of Gull Harbor, she never expects to encounter her ex-boyfriend. As a medium, the prospect of tackling a haunted house is less daunting than seeing Max Baron again. Throughout their passionate college relationship, he promised to love her forever. Then, without explanation, he abandoned her on graduation day.

Max never intended to break Claire's heart--a cruel ultimatum forced him to disappear from her life. While he's shocked to find her in Gull Harbor, he isn't surprised by the bitter resentment she feels for him...or the fiery attraction that remains between them.

Claire is determined to rid her temporary home of its aggressive ghost, but Max soon realizes she's facing a danger beyond the paranormal. When Claire risks everything to help a desperate spirit, Max must race to save her--before another tragedy tears them apart forever.



Excerpt:

She shook her head vigorously.  “I can’t spend your money to do my job.  That makes no sense.”

“It’s not about that, Claire.  It’s about keeping you safe.”  He closed the distance between them, setting off alarm bells in the back of her mind.

Squaring her shoulders, she took a deep breath.  “I realize you’re trying to help me, and I appreciate that.  But what gives you the right to worry about my safety?”

“I don’t need the right.”  He stood over her, and she took a step backwards, bumping up against his desk.  His words shouldn’t have sounded menacing, but for some reason, they did.  She nodded weakly.

“I am going to keep you safe, Claire,” he said, his eyes flashing.  He reached out and stroked her arm.

A shiver ran through her, and she gripped the edge of the desk for support.  “Okay,” she breathed.  Every nerve in her body was calling for him.  She closed her eyes as his hands moved up to cradle her head.

His mouth seized hers, and her lips responded urgently.  She lost herself in the kiss, her fingers weaving themselves around his neck and tangling in his hair.  His hands moved to her waist, and she gasped as he hoisted her up on the desk.


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Author Bio:
Kathryn Knight spends a great deal of time in her fictional world, where mundane chores don’t exist and daily life involves steamy romance, dangerous secrets, and spooky suspense.  Kathryn writes contemporary romance spiked with mysterious hauntings as well as YA paranormal romance filled with forbidden love.  Her novels are award-winning #1 Kindle bestsellers and RomCon Reader Rated picks.  When she’s not reading or writing, Kathryn spends her time catching up on those mundane chores, driving kids around, and teaching fitness classes.  She lives on beautiful Cape Cod with her husband, their two sons, and a number of rescued pets.  Please visit her at www.kathrynknightbooks.blogspot.com.


News at The Book Cove: Updates and bloggers wanted!

Monday, April 6, 2015

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General Updates:

How is it April already?! Not that I'm not excited for warmer weather, longer days, and spring activities to start up, but it's crazy how the last six months flew by me. It didn't really register until I saw my Blogiversary countdown at the bottom of my page and said to my dog, Holy crap, what am I going to do for that!? To which he responded, head tilt, groan. I hear ya buddy. I'm having the same thoughts...

The big 2 doesn't seem as exciting as the big 1. Though every year a blog stays alive is a huge achievement. There's a lot of work that goes into running even the simplest of blogs. I don't think I'm going to go all out this year. I had a lot of guest posts, giveaways, and random activities going on last year for a whole week. I think we'll just stick with some awesome giveaways this year because who doesn't like free stuff?? And I love showing appreciation to followers!

Speaking of followers/bloggers, some might have wondered where I've been (aka, their comment boards are missing my random commentary ;-)) Once again life got the best of me. Between a job and school it has been especially hard to find just an hour or so to get on here and catch up with people. Because we all know it's never "just an hour". I also went through a bit of a burnout phase. Not so much with the blog, but the blog was put on the back burner as I got everything else back on track. I have kept up on weekly scheduled posts because I got those all scheduled in December. Which was quite an achievement for 3 months! The funny thing is that I still have close to 30 posts I can schedule in, but I haven't. So that's what I'm doing today.

In other news...

Co-blogger(s) wanted:

I'm always looking for others who would like to write for The Book Cove more permanently than a typical "guest blogger" position. The biggest reason being I love to have other ideas and writing styles on here. It's a pretty laid back blog with all sorts of styles presented. Co-blogging is minimum 1 post per week and has the choice to pick up some of these extra tasks:

  • blog tour management
  • book reviews
  • author interviews and guest post management
  • social media management
  • Google + community management
Email bookcovereviews@gmail.com with some information about yourself, why you're interested, and if you have any blogging or writing experience (not required, but basic writing skills are a must).

A penny for your thoughts #15 (A quote by Pablo Neruda)

Sunday, April 5, 2015

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Words touch us all in different ways. Sometimes the original intent of a quote resonates so profoundly with us that it is hard to believe that another wrote it. Other times it is a single word, peculiar phrasing, or an alternative meaning regarding an event in our lives that resonates the most. I believe in the power of starting the the week off with a positive or provoking thought -- and so was created A Penny For Your Thoughts. This is a weekly blog hop that will feature quotes of all kinds; classics, character, book-movie, personal, etc. The themes will range from funny to serious, but really it all depends on how you interpret it! How does this work?


  1. Every Sunday a quote will be posted
  2. Enter by posting your thoughts on a post of your own or the comment section of a participating blog. You only get the penny for one or the other. You can do both but it doesn't count twice. You must ENTER YOUR NAME IN STEP 5 as well. Otherwise I can't keep track of entries.
  3. Collect the pennies! Every week there will be a new penny to collect and include with your post, if you choose.
  4. RAFFLE ENTRY: Your site or comment needs to be submitted to this form as well so that your name can be uploaded to a raffle generator. If you're using a comment as a submission instead of a post, then put name of site where you left the comment in the "direct link" section.
  5. Those with posts can join up on the Linky
  6. On the last Saturday of every month the entries from the form above will be entered in a drawing. Winner will be notified on Sunday. You get as many entries as you have pennies for the month. Prizes will include books, gift cards, site promotion, and other bookish winnings!
  7. Have fun! This is a fun way to start some discussion, discover blogs, and get to know more people. Please re-post these steps so that followers understand the process.



“You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep Spring from coming.”
― Pablo Neruda
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Enchantment in Morocco by Madeline McDonald: A Contemporary Romance

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

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Enchantment in Morocco by Madeleine McDonald
99 Cents
A romance set in a magical land at the crossroads of Europe and Africa.

















Excerpt
Rafi danced with her on the day of the wedding, when men and women finally came together under one roof. Emily was surprised at her own popularity. One young man after another drew her into the circle of dancers. Even old Abdullah, almost unrecognizable in a clean djellaba, performed a few steps alongside her before his grandson took his place. Emily did not know any of the steps, but held hands and stamped her feet in time to the drumming. From the corner of her eye, she noted that Samira danced rarely, but sat in a corner drinking tea with a group of older women. The sight lent a spring to her step.

She had barely sat down again before Rafi crossed the room to her and led her onto the dance floor. 

“I can see you’re enjoying yourself. I have not had a chance to speak to you yet.”

“At least I can talk to you.” She gladly took her place in the circle beside Rafi. The day had been enjoyable. She felt at ease with herself and with him. “I can only speak a few words to the others, but I haven’t sat down since the dancing started.”

“You know why, don’t you?”

“I found the coin in the cake. Yes, they explained yesterday. But, I don’t understand. Everyone acts like it’s a huge joke.”

“Has anyone shown you disrespect?” Rafi asked sharply.

Emily shook her head. “Not at all. Everyone is friendly, but it’s like I’ve got two heads. I can feel them all talking about me.”

Two heads? Nonsense. A man would have to be blind not to notice that you are a beautiful woman, Emily.”

Her heart turned over. She forgot to concentrate on the dance. Caught off balance, she would have stumbled, but Rafi’s firm grip steadied her. Their eyes locked.No-one had ever said those words to her before. Well, no-one had ever said them in such a silky, caressing voice.

Returning his direct gaze, she asked, “What is the matter with me, then?” She was no longer interested in what the village thought of her. All she wanted was to hear Rafi’s opinion. Would he say those magic words again?

“Nothing. It is the first time a foreigner has found the coin, that’s all.”

“People marry foreigners, don’t they? You did.” In her relaxed mood, Emily felt no shyness about mentioning his wife.

“That was different. I brought Marie-Jeanne here on our marriage. Our women have an expression for outsiders who marry into Taghar. They say it is like sewing a new patch onto an old shirt.”

“That’s not very complimentary.”

“On the contrary, it makes the shirt stronger.” Rafi gave his answer light-heartedly. It seemed the party had made him cheerful.

The rhythm of the drumming changed, and two young men bounded into the centre of the circle. Finding it impossible to mimic their energetic steps, Emily shook her head at Rafi in a gesture of surrender. He led her to a chair, but stood beside her, continuing the conversation. To be heard above the drumming, he turned toward her and she looked up at him, her ears attuned to that caressing voice.

“If a young woman from Taghar finds the coin, her future is mapped out already. If she is betrothed, she will dance with her sweetheart at the wedding feast. But you, Emily, you are a foreigner, you are free as the birds in the air or the fish in the sea.” Rafi gave a mischievous grin. “Sometimes change is not welcome. Freedom such as yours alarms our young men. They do not know what to make of you, so they prefer to make jokes.”

“Do I frighten you as well?” Caught up in the magic of the wedding, Emily dared to tease him.

Rafi gazed down at her. “You have never frightened me, Emily. But I find you unpredictable.”

“I’m sorry. I get carried away sometimes.”

A rueful smile hovered on his lips. “Don’t be sorry. It makes life more interesting.”



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Author Bio
Madeleine McDonald, a Scot with a French passport, finds inspiration walking on the beach before the world wakes up.



A penny for your thoughts #14 (quote by Anton Chekhov)

Sunday, March 29, 2015

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Words touch us all in different ways. Sometimes the original intent of a quote resonates so profoundly with us that it is hard to believe that another wrote it. Other times it is a single word, peculiar phrasing, or an alternative meaning regarding an event in our lives that resonates the most. I believe in the power of starting the day (and week) off with a positive thought -- and so was created A Penny For Your Thoughts. This is a weekly blog hop that will feature quotes of all kinds; classics, character, book-movie, personal, etc. The themes will range from funny to serious, but really it all depends on how you interpret it! How does this work?


  1. Every Sunday a quote will be posted
  2. Post your thoughts on your blog and/or the comment section of a participating blog. You only get the penny for one or the other. You can do both but it doesn't count twice.
  3. Those with posts can join up on the Linky - Linky will not be active until day of post
  4. Collect the pennies! Every week there will be a new penny to collect and include with your post.
  5. RAFFLE ENTRY: Your site or comment needs to be submitted to this form as well so that your name can be uploaded to a raffle generator. If you're using a comment as a submission instead of a post, then put name of site where you left the comment in the "direct link" section.
  6. On the last Saturday of every month the entries from the form above will be entered in a drawing. Winner will be notified on Sunday. You get as many entries as you have pennies for the month. Prizes will include books, gift cards, site promotion, and other bookish winnings!
  7. Have fun! This is a fun way to start some discussion, discover blogs, and get to know more people. Please re-post these steps so that followers understand the process.


Congratulations to March's winner:



"Don't tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light
on broken glass."
- Anton Chekhov

Book Spotlight: Of Love and Vengeance by Louise Lyndon

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

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Forced to marry Lord Aymon to ensure her nephews survival, English Lady Laila vows undying hatred for the Norman she holds responsible for so many deaths. Discovering Aymon has committed an act of treason gives her the chance to seek vengeance he deserves.  But will Laila really let Aymon die once she learns the truth?

A hardened Norman warrior, Lord Aymon has lived through atrocities no man ever should. With the invasion of England over, all he wants is a quiet life and a wife who will give him heirs and obey his every command. Instead, he finds himself wed to feisty and outspoken Laila. But when she learns the truth of his treasonous act, can Aymon count on her to keep his secret?

Excerpt:
Aymon caught a flicker of movement from a window on the second story. “I think we’re about to meet the welcome party.” An arrow zoomed toward him and landed on the pommel of his saddle. A half an inch closer and he would no longer be able to sire children. As if in demonstration of his ability with the bow and arrow, the shooter fired again. This time directed toward Hugh. The second arrow too came within a half an inch of his friend’s manhood.

 “You missed!” Aymon called toward the shooter.  He questioned his stupidity for mocking someone with such a good aim.

 “You want me to show you how good an aim I really am?” a woman’s voice echoed out across the yard.

“Bloody hell,” Hugh half cursed, half laughed. “Where does a woman learn to shoot like that?”

Aymon was shocked and admittedly a little impressed a woman had such remarkable shooting skills. He could use such a sharp shooter on his side in battle. After all, it was better to have someone so skilled firing for you than at you.

Aymon raised his black leather gloved hand in surrender. “No. I’m firmly attached to my balls, thank you very much.”

“Who are you?” the shooter demanded. “And what do you want? There is nothing of value here for you to steal. Be on your way, man, and leave me in peace.”

“Some would say a female is of value,” Aymon drawled sardonically.

 A second arrow lodged firmly on the pommel between his legs.

 “I do not give third chances. I’ll give you to the count of three to leave. Or else you will find an arrow straight through your heart.”

Aymon’s warhorse whinnied, and he fought to control the beast whose temperament was as black as his coat. “Put down your weapon!”

“One!”

“We mean you no harm!”

“Two!”

“I am Lord Aymon, and this is Lord Hugh. I’ve come to claim what is rightfully mine.”

Silence.

The two men looked at one another unsure what to do. “Should we storm the building and lay claim to what is yours?”

Aymon shook his head. He dismounted but never took his eyes from the door to the manor. “She will soon make her appearance.”

Hugh, too, dismounted. “How can you be so sure?”

Aymon looked at his friend. “We do not have arrows through our hearts.”
*****


 

 
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Louise grew up in country Victoria, Australia, before moving to England, where for sixteen years she soaked up the vibrancy of London and the medieval history of England. She has since returned to Australia and now lives in Melbourne.
In 2013, Louise won first prize in the historical romance category of the Crested Butte Sandy Writing Contest for her story, The Promise, which has since been retitled and is now known as, Of Love & Vengeance.
On December 19, 2014, Louise's debut novel, Of Love & Vengeance, a historical romance set in medieval England at the time of the Norman invasion, went on world wide release. It is published by The Wild Rose Press. On January 1, 2015, Of Love & Vengeance, hit the paid best seller list on AMAZON UK. Louise is currently working on her second novel.
When not writing, Louise can be found covered in mud, crawling under barbed wire and hoisting herself over twelve foot walls!
Where to find Louise Lyndon:
EMAIL:  louise_lyndon@yahoo.com
WEB:
  www.LouiseLyndon.com
BLOG
: http://louiselyndon.blogspot.com
FACEBOOK:
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TWITTER:
https://twitter.com/LouiseLyndon1
PINTEREST:
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GOODREADS: https://www.goodreads.com/LouiseLyndon
 
Where to find Of Love and Vengeneance:
AMAZON US: http://amzn.to/1zW0SZ3
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A penny for your thoughts #13 (quote from Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins)

Sunday, March 22, 2015

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Words touch us all in different ways. Sometimes the original intent of a quote resonates so profoundly with us that it is hard to believe that another wrote it. Other times it is a single word, peculiar phrasing, or an alternative meaning regarding an event in our lives that resonates the most. I believe in the power of starting the day (and week) off with a positive thought -- and so was created A Penny For Your Thoughts. This is a weekly blog hop that will feature quotes of all kinds; classics, character, book-movie, personal, etc. The themes will range from funny to serious, but really it all depends on how you interpret it! How does this work?

  1. Every Sunday a quote will be posted
  2. Post your thoughts on your blog and/or the comment section of a participating blog. You only get the penny for one or the other. You can do both but it doesn't count twice.
  3. Those with posts can join up on the Linky - Linky will not be active until day of post
  4. Collect the pennies! Every week there will be a new penny to collect and include with your post.
  5. RAFFLE ENTRY: Your site or comment needs to be submitted to this form as well so that your name can be uploaded to a raffle generator. If you're using a comment as a submission instead of a post, then put name of site where you left the comment in the "direct link" section.
  6. On the last Saturday of every month the entries from the form above will be entered in a drawing. Winner will be notified on Sunday. You get as many entries as you have pennies for the month. Prizes will include books, gift cards, site promotion, and other bookish winnings!
  7. Have fun! This is a fun way to start some discussion, discover blogs, and get to know more people. Please re-post these steps so that followers understand the process.


But Mockingjays were never a weapon," said Madge. "They’re just songbirds. Right?"

"Yeah, I guess so,” I said, But it’s not true. A mockingbird is just a songbird. A mockingjay
is a creature the capitol never intended to exist. They hadn’t counted on the highly controlled jabberjay
 having the brains to adapt to the wild, to thrive in a new form. They hadn’t anticipated its will to live.”

― Suzanne Collins, Catching Fire

Book Review for This is What You Just Put in Your Mouth? by Patrick Di Justo

Thursday, March 19, 2015

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“Don’t stick that in your mouth, you don’t know where it’s been.” - Mom  

Di Justo and my mother would have gotten along just fine. In This is What you Put in your Mouth he details the surprises inside everyday things either stuffed in our pie holes or slathered on our person.

The book is divided into two parts. The first deals with items eaten, drunk, or inhaled. From the book’s title one might get the idea the author wags a literary finger advising us to cast suspicious eyes at everything on the dinner plate. Not so. Di Justo’s background is a reporter for Wired magazine. He is simply driven by curiosity and tries to answer the question. What the heck is in this thing?

Each item selected has a clear explanation of the ingredients easily understandable by the layman. Most also include an interesting backstory on how or why the item was chosen. Di Justo is no snob. He admits to a love of A-1 Sauce and then includes an explanation of the ingredients with the help of chef, Alton Brown. As Di Justo states, “If you’re looking for shocking stories of the gigantic corporate conspiracy to poison America through its processed foods, you’re reading the wrong book.” His refreshing attitude is that these products are a part of the world “and you are better off knowing what is in them rather than not knowing.”

The second part of the book deals with everyday items that are not consumable. There are some surprising ingredients. Some I found charming...the cracking pop from color-flame artificial fire logs comes from birdseed. Some I found creepy...leave the Cover Girl LashBlast Luxe off if having a cranial MRI. According to Di Justo, the amount of dark metallic pigment can screw up the picture and be mistaken for a melanoma. Again, backstories produce interesting tidbits. For instance, Play Doh is opaque to x-rays. I don’t know why I find that amusing. More amusing was the author’s personal test with less than flattering results of Just for Men hair color.

I found the book a quick enjoyable read, lacking the preachy high-handedness of most books of this genre. Although, I must admit I’m relieved Di Justo didn’t write about Little Debbie Oatmeal Creme Pies. I’d rather not know what’s in them. My head already understands they’re bad for me, but my heart isn’t ready to drop kick them off my personal food pyramid.

I received this book from Blogging for Books in exchange for a review.

L. A. Kelley writes fantasies with adventure, romance, humor and touch of sass. You can find her at http://lakelleythenaughtylist.blogspot.com




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