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Hey everyone! I'm happy to announce that I won a blog award! Yay! Liebster Blog award is given to those bloggers with less than 200 followers. It aims to help them advertise and make their blogs known.
I want to thank Felicia of http://dream-wish-live.blogspot.com/ for passing this award to me. And now I'm going to pass this award to those blogs I think are worthy of it!










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Shade of Grey by Blog Tour - Book Excerpt & Giveaway


Hey everyone! Welcome to Shades of Grey Blog Tour! I'm so happy to be a part of another fun blog tour. And here, I'm presenting you a little snippet of Shades of Grey by L.M. Pruitt. Happy Reading everyone!






Book Excerpt:

There’s something about flirting that brightens the day. You could have been having the crappiest day – until the cute guy at the corner store makes a joke. Clean or risqué, it doesn’t matter, suddenly you’re not quite so inclined to murder the next idiot who cuts you off in traffic. Now, if the flirting isn’t so harmless – if there’s an edge, some sort of instinctive knowing that boundaries are being shifted and redrawn – that makes the encounter even better.
“Council meetings eventually get easier.”
My eyes flew open, and I had to pound on my chest for a moment to get my heart to start again. “Jesus, Theo, give a little warning. Between you and Williams I’m going to go gray before I turn thirty.”
“Well, at least you’re predicting you’ll reach thirty. That shows both a streak of stubbornness and a sense of optimism.” Instead of leaving with Rian and Father O’Brien, Theo had retaken his seat next to mine. His cheek rested in his hand, elbow propped on the armchair. He looked utterly at ease, but when you’re as tall as we both are it’s impossible to get comfortable in these chairs.
“Wow, super stealthy and full of humor. I’ve hit the jackpot in you, haven’t I?” And just as quick, I realized I’d done it. I’d shifted him from the friend zone to the probably zone. Less than three hours, and he’d made the jump. Crap.
“I like to think that I offer a wide range of services. Although the charge for sarcasm steadily increases as wittier statements are required.” A smile teased around the edges of his mouth, a smile that let me know I’d never been in the friend zone for him. I’d gone straight to the probably zone after his great-grandmother’s foghorn of a voice knocked me on my ass. That’s a great story to tell people when they ask you how the pair of you met.
Double crap. So not supposed to be having thoughts about telling the how-we-met story.
“What about jokes? Flat rate or sliding scale, depending on the smut factor?” Oh. My. God. My mouth would not stop working independent of my brain. Theo’s smile was full-blown, and it was a doozy. You could melt ice with that smile.
“Sliding scale, absolutely. I’d tell you the one about the priest, the nun, and the confessional, but I’m not sure you’re willing to pay those rates yet.” I jolted a little when he reached out across the brief space between our chairs and took my hand. After a second, I relaxed, letting myself enjoy the contact. His hand was as warm as when he’d pulled me up, and I made a mental note to ask about his gift.
“Probably not. Any jokes involving the Catholic Church usually have pretty hefty costs.” Flirting with Theo was easier than flirting with Williams. More comfortable. So it made me a little disappointed when he raised my hand to his lips, kissing the tips of my fingers before letting them go and standing.
“Another time then. If I don’t see to Great-grandmother Lisette, she’ll try and steal your china.” With a brief run of his fingers over my limp hand and a wistful smile, he headed toward the door. Rather than watch him leave, I turned my head to study the shelves of books flanking the fireplace. Alone, in a library of magic books. Might be a good time to study.
“You seem to have acquired another admirer, Jude Magdalyn.”
Or maybe not.


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More About the Author:


L.M. Pruitt has been reading and writing for as long as she can remember. A native of Florida with a love of New Orleans, she has the uncanny ability to find humor in most things and would probably kill a plastic plant. Titles written include New Moon Rising, Shades of Gray, the first novel in the Jude Magdalyn series, as well as Hole in the Wall, a Jude Magdalyn short. She is currently at work on Taken. She makes her home in Florida with one two cats—one smart, the other an idiot.

Connect with her at:
Personal Blog:            www.lmpruitt.blogspot.com
Facebook:                    L.M. Pruitt
Twitter:                        lmpruitt



GIVEAWAY:

Good news booklovers! The generous author of Shades of Grey is giving an Ebook copy of her book through my blog.


How to Join:

  • This giveaway is open Internationally. Everyone is welcome to join.
  • Follow my blog 'Journey with Books' publicly through Google Friend Connect.
  • Give your comment  together with your email to contact you if ever you win on the comment section.
  • Tweeting about this giveaway will get you another entry. Just mention my username @hinata_47 when you guys tweet about it so I would know. You guys can also follow me on twitter.
  • And lastly this giveaway will run for August 24 to September 3 of 2011.

Good luck to everyone and Happy Reading^^


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