World Book Night Giveaway!


In the spirit of World Book Night and Master of Love, William Shakespeare’s 450th birthday, Kensington Publishing is giving away four different themed sets of five romances to our fabulous fans. This giveaway runs from April 23, 2014 until Friday April 25th 2014 12 NOON EST. US only, excluding Rhode Island*.

First, take a look at the categories below and decide which one(s) you want to enter. You can enter multiple categories, but if you win one, you are excluded from winning others. Each category winner wins all five books in the collection!

Tweet @KensingtonBooks on Twitter with the hashtag #KBWBNGiveaway so we can catch and count every eligible entry. Make sure you include which categories you want to be entered for and include a link to this rules post so eveyone knows wher eto find the rules. “@KensingtonBooks #KBWBNGiveaway Thanks, I’d love to win categories 1 or 4!” or “Hey @KensingtonBooks #KBWBNGiveaway I’d love to join the S Club! You’ll then be entered for a chance to win! 

So what are those categories? Click the ‘read more’ to find out! 

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~ Rob Delaney: After Cory Monteith was found dead in his hotel room I tweeted: "Love...


After Cory Monteith was found dead in his hotel room I tweeted: “Love to Cory Monteith. If drugs/alcohol are killing you, there is help available. I got sober 11 yrs ago at 25. It can be done.”

I got three types of responses. The first were variations of “Thanks for saying that.” The second…




I like the pictures and I love a dark What-If, but I have a bone to pick with the ransoms. Nobody loves Draco Malfoy more than I do, but putting a higher ransom on Draco ‘Weenus’ Malfoy than on Hermione Granger, who saved the world like forty-three times before she was sixteen, is plain ridiculous. Obviously down to prejudice against the Muggleborn: nothing else would get anyone to put a higher price on Draco ‘Duck, Cover, Snivel’ Malfoy. Seems hard on the other kids, too, many of whom committed acts of sword-related valour. (Not that I am not pleased and do think he might turn to good deeds, but track records of weaseling should stand you in good stead and at least mean a lower bounty on your head!)

Evil never wins because it has terrible priorities and poor long-term planning. Someone take me to the evil manager!

(Source: toni-starkening)


A little Nick Appreciation Post <3

Ahhhhh! Nick! ❤