Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Night Night: end credits

Night Night
a virtual book event
November 1-6, 2013


good night
sleep tight
don't let the bed bugs bite


THANKS TO: Authors, Publicists and Publishers for Book Giveaways and Guest posts

Please note all giveaways end November 17, 2013 unless specified otherwise.

Night Film
by Marisha Pessl
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The Sleeping Dictionary
by Sujata Massey
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In Dreams Begin
by Skyler White
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Life Is But A Dream
by Brian James
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Volume 1
by Steve Cypert
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Waking Up Dead
by Margo Bond Collins
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Ending with something POE that might keep you awake at night...

Mrs. Poe
by Lynn Cullen
just released: October 1, 2013

A writer and his demons. A woman and her desires. A wife and her revenge . . .

Inspired by literature’s most haunting love triangle, award-winning author Lynn Cullen delivers a pitch-perfect rendering of Edgar Allan Poe, his mistress’s tantalizing confession, and his wife’s frightening obsession . . . in this “intelligent, sexy, and utterly addictive” (M. J. Rose) new masterpiece of historical fiction.

1845: New York City is a sprawling warren of gaslit streets and crowded avenues, bustling with new immigrants and old money, optimism and opportunity, poverty and crime. Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven” is all the rage—the success of which a struggling poet like Frances Osgood can only dream. As a mother trying to support two young children after her husband’s cruel betrayal, Frances jumps at the chance to meet the illustrious Mr. Poe at a small literary gathering, if only to help her fledgling career. Although not a great fan of Poe’s writing, she is nonetheless overwhelmed by his magnetic presence— and the surprising revelation that he admires her work.

What follows is a flirtation, then a seduction, then an illicit affair . . . and with each clandestine encounter, Frances finds herself falling slowly and inexorably under the spell of her mysterious, complicated lover. But when Edgar’s frail wife Virginia insists on befriending Frances as well, the relationship becomes as dark and twisted as one of Poe’s tales. And like those gothic heroines whose fates are forever sealed, Frances begins to fear that deceiving Mrs. Poe may be as impossible as cheating death itself. . . .


* the non-sponsored Night Night giveaways are listed on the sidebar

* badge image source: cover of The Sleeping Dictionary by Sujata Massey

* PicMonkey was used for some graphics creations for this event.

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