✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍ ScatteredThoughtsandRogueWords is happy to welcome Lee Brazil here today. Lee is one of our favorite authors, most notably through the Pulp Friction author group and series. Today Lee is talking about his latest release, Less Than All. Be sure to check out the excerpt that follows further down in the post and the contest… Continue reading On Tour with Lee Brazil and the “Less Than All” Book Blast
Rating: 4.75 stars out of 5 Many things brought Cannon Malloy west from Atlanta. Cannon wanted to put his past behind him, including ex boyfriends and the trauma that went along with them. Cannon most importantly want to find out what it meant to finally live his life as an out gay man after years… Continue reading Review: Cold Feet (In From the Cold #3) (In From the Cold #3) by Lee Brazil
Summer officially started yesterday and already I feel as though I am behind in my normal summer activities. The late winter combined with a cold and rainy spring has meant all my gardening chores were delayed well into late Spring. Now my gardens are playing catchup with flowers blooming out of season and major… Continue reading Summer Has Begun and the Week Ahead at Scattered Thoughts….
Rating: 4.75 stars out of 5 Professor Finn Lorensson has worked hard to get close to his prickly co worker and neighbor, Cannon Malloy, and now it seems he is starting to succeed in getting to know Cannon no matter how hard Cannon works to thwart him. Finn is convinced that Cannon is the man for him,… Continue reading Review: Cold Comfort (In From the Cold #2) by Lee Brazil
✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍ Well, I am almost afraid to say it….maybe Spring has finally arrived here in the DC Metro area. Shhhhhh! Not too loud. I hate to be superstitious but lately it seems like the sleet, or snow is just hovering at the edges threatening to make a reappearance and coat everything in white instead of… Continue reading Spring has Sprung…finally, Winner Announcements and the Week Ahead in Reviews, Contests, and Author Guest Blogs
Pulp Friction Gang Rides Again! ************************************************************************ ScatteredThoughts is so happy to have the Pulp Friction gang (Laura Harner, TA Webb, Lee Brazil, and Havan Fellows) here again to talk about their 2014 Pulp Friction series and characters. Contest: They have brought a $25 All Romance gift certificate to celebrate the start of the new Pulp… Continue reading Pulp Friction’s 2014 Group Series Has Arrived! Meet the Authors, Enter to Win $25 Gift Card!
Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5 When Dagfinnr Lorensson, professor of literature, comes across a freezing Dr. Cannon Malloy in the staff parking lot, it’s not the first time the two men have met, but only one of them remembers. Cannon Malloy has just arrived in Flagstaff, Arizona, fleeing the traumatizing events and deadly stalker… Continue reading Review: Cold Snap (In From the Cold #1) by Lee Brazil
ScatteredThoughtsandRogueWords Presents: Time for Scattered Thoughts to look back at all the wonderful books read and reviewed in 2013 and try to pick those stories that stood out the most among all the many stories I read. As always it was a hard thing to do because there were so many this year that crowded… Continue reading Scattered Thoughts Best Books of 2013
Congratulations to our Pulp Friction 2013 Series Contest. The Winners are: Bluesmokey richards851(at)sbcglobal(dot)net Helen email@example.com Kerry books2read69@hotmail(dot)com Bobbie Walker Bobbie022@sky.com Please double check that I have your email addresses correct and let me know if there are any corrections. The authors will be sending our copies of their series to the winners. Happy reading everyone and Happy Holidays!… Continue reading Winners of the Pulp Friction 2013 Contest
Rating: 5 stars out of 5 Chance Dumont. Marcus Prater. Zachary Carmichael. Wick Templeton. These four men have considered each other brothers, family by choice instead of by blood. They thought they knew everything about one another and they have been through the worst of times with each other. Or so they thought. Now Wick… Continue reading Review: Odd Man Out by Lee Brazil, Havan Fellows, Laura Harner , and T.A. Webb