Marisa Cleveland loves to laugh, hates to cry, and does both often. As a writer, she writes. Every day. If she couldn’t express herself through writing, music, and dance, she would die. She believes romance novels are the perfect “how to” books, because no matter the obstacles, the characters keep working toward their happily ever after. She loves to connect with writers and readers through social media.
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THE YEAR OF THE NOVELLA by Marisa Cleveland
"It's better to have less than organize more."
For 2014, I'm focusing on downsizing. Actually, I've been downsizing for many years.
It all started in 1999 in Fairfax, Virginia, when my hubby and I thought we needed to fit in. We bought big... and we've been downsizing ever since.
From 3,800 square feet to 2,881 square feet, I've lost a lot of "stuff" over the years. But I don't miss any of it, and after browsing the Naples Charity Register, I'm more than excited to champion charities close to my heart.
So... In honor of downsizing, I'm giving away novellas, the downsized version of the novel.
Everyone who comments on this blog will have the chance to win, and it's an exclusive giveaway happening on this blog today only!
Steps to enter:
1. Comment on this blog - any kind of comment - what you love about the blog, what you love to read, what you're reading now, what you plan to do this weekend, anything... just a comment.
2. Check back throughout the day to see who the winners are.
If you win an ebook, you will be asked to email email@example.com with the email where you'd like the book gifted. All ebooks will be gifted from Amazon.
Here is an incomplete list of the enovellas I"ve read and loved and want to share with you!!!
A CURSED MOON: A WEIRD GIRLS NOVELLA by Cecy Robson
A LITTLE BIT CUPID by Jennifer Shirk
CAN'T LET GO by Jessica Lemmon
IF YOU DARE by Jessica Lemmon
IN THE SERVICE OF THE KING by Laura Kaye
ON HIS LIST by Wendy Sparrow
PLAINLY MURDER by Isabella Alan
PUSHED by Marisa Cleveland
SECRET SANTA BABY by Robin Covington
SUCCUBUS LOST by Tiffany Allee
THE VALENTINE CHALLENGE by Marisa Cleveland
THE WEIRD GIRLS: A NOVELLA by Cecy Robson
TURN TO DARKNESS by Jaime Rush
WILD HEARTS by Tina Wainscott
Thanks so much for stopping by! I love to connect with people on social media, so I hope you'll find me and say hi!
Thank you Marisa, for being so generous!
Time is not on everyone’s side…
Mortal mess-up Lucy Markson makes one tiny miscalculation and her soul ends up belonging to an evil demon. Forced to serve the newly fallen angels recruited by her master, she must take one of the fallen through the seven deadly sins.
Fallen angel Sawyer Succendo didn’t jump from heaven. He was pushed. And now he’s lost everything, including his halo – which contains his earthbound soul.
In a race with an evil demon to claim his lost halo, Sawyer must trust a woman designed for sin – literally. Learning the true power of free will, Sawyer just might save them both, if he can keep his mind on the plan and his hands to himself.
But if he can’t find his halo and save the girl, then he’ll be grounded forever.
A Bloodlines Novella
Publisher: Simeris Alliance
Date of Publication: January 20, 2014
Number of pages: 100
Word Count: 20,000
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One thing was certain. Fallen angels were hot. And not the ninety-eight-point-six kind of warmth, either. Oh, no. These Fallen fit every corny pick up line she’d ever heard. Because they were exactly what they claimed to be. Created by the hands of God and in His own image.
How would she ever choose one to feed and then… They were all beautifully gorgeous. She tilted her head to the side.
Except for him.
Dried blood marred the side of his temple and stained his sharp cheekbones. A gash sliced across his left eyebrow ending at the corner of his blackened eye. His swollen lower lip also sported a crack with still-fresh blood threatening to trickle down to the divot in his chin. Naked as the day he was born – or created – his torso and thighs held an interesting pattern of scars that haphazardly healed.
He rubbed his chest with one hand, his golden eyes widening in alarm, and in that moment, Lucy knew she absolutely had to be the one to serve him. His entire demeanor differed from the others. He hesitated to join the others at the banquet table, almost like he didn’t want to partake in the feast, even though she knew he had to be starving by now. Still, he reminded her of… her. A reluctant guest.
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