Saturday, March 28, 2015

Steve Gadlin's Star Makers takes it's next step: Syndication!

Remember 'I want to draw a cat for you'? Well, Steve Gadlin's springboard to stage and screen is now syndicated. He also has local commercials and a few cute, homemade ads like the one promoting his tee shirts and, of course, his original sponsor:

So, what's in this episode? Well, you have Smartypants who twists balloons to disco music; you have a wand levitator who would make the average majorette jealous; you have an improv team who offers up family dysfunction at a bowling alley and who can forget Clappin' Wolf Connors!

So - Have a look?

Monday, March 23, 2015

A shout out to Chick Lit Chloe with 1,000,000+ views on her blog!

Chloe's Chick Lit ReviewsChloe loves Chick Lit, reviews Chick Lit and Chick Lit fans love her back! Chloe's blog keeps track of release dates month by month, has countless reviews on her blog site and has already read 22 of the 100 books she pledged to read on Goodreads. You can check out her picks from the Amazon new releases on her blog and save a lot of time.

Who is Chloe?
From her blog: 'I'm Chloe, I'm 28 years old and I'm a big chick lit fan. I read over a hundred chick lit books a year so I like to think I know what I'm talking about in my reviews, and am able to tell the sublime from the ridiculous in the world of chick lit. I have an 8 year old son called Harry who is my world, and I graduated last year with the Open Degree (majoring in English Language and Literature), my proudest moment!. I am a teaching assistant within a primary school working with 4-7 year olds and I love it.'
Her review policy?
'Please note I am no longer accepting review requests for self-published novels, I simply do not have the time and resources to read the sheer amount of books I am requested to review. However, traditional publishers may contact me at my contact email address - I write honest reviews, and don't promise to like everything I read, please see some of my older reviews to get an idea of how I review. I endeavour to read as many books as I possibly can, but obviously being a mum and working full time stops me reading 24/7, but I do as much as my time constraints allow! I also love to interview authors and post their features, so if you'd like to appear on the site, just drop me an email. I do not receive any form of payment for my reviews, and all books reviewed on the site are received from publishers and/or authors'.

Want to know more? Visit her blog here:

Saturday, March 14, 2015

Celebrate the release of Midnight Raven this coming Friday & maybe win. Boucher's 2nd book in The Moon series is available for pre-order on Amazon now. Visit her blog Friday, March 20th for your chance to win a free copy. Her blog link:

Want a sneak peek?
Chapter 3
 I embraced the tears and let them flow. There was something strangely cleansing about a good cry. I wiped my nose on the back of my hand and searched in my purse for a tissue. This was so unlike me. Crying.
“Excuse me, are you all right?”
I heard the soothing male voice before I felt the hand on my shoulder. I shook my head and turned to look into the inhuman, and extremely captivating, brown eyes of Dr. Matthews.
“When a beautiful young woman runs out of my introduction crying, I tend to worry.”
I cleared my throat and tried to laugh, but it sounded forced. “Well, Dr. Matthews, the stress of going through a divorce and child custody can do that to a woman. I apologize for my speedy departure.”
Why was I telling him this? He was a total stranger, and for all intents and purposes my superior. I tried even harder to keep the edge from my voice as I stood.
“By the way, I’m Kat Brennan, lead dietician and director of clinical nutrition. I apologize for my unprofessional behavior.”
He took my outstretched hand and shook it, holding it a little longer than social convention usually called for. “You’re cold. Maybe you should go in, Ms. Brennan.”
Once again I found myself focused on his eyes. Warm and golden brown, searching mine with a knowing gaze. Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there wondering, fearing… Again with the damn poetry. I shook my head in an effort to clear my thoughts and pulled my hand from his.
“I was. I’m headed inside to my office to gather my things and go home. I think I’ve had enough of this day. I wish you well, Dr. Matthews. I hope you find our facility enough of a challenge.” 
He chuckled. “Oh, I think there will be plenty of challenges here for me. I’m actually well acquainted with this facility. My grandfather was a patient here the last three years of his life. He was the main reason I became a doctor.” 
What the hell was this, share time? As nice as it was looking at him, I felt the need to get away from Dr. Matthews and the whole damn campus of High Meadow right now. I turned toward the main door and started walking.
“Well, I’m sure our paths will cross again, Doctor. Have a good afternoon.” I didn’t wait to hear his response; I all but ran for the elevator.
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Monday, March 9, 2015

The Cellist online release party. When? Friday, April 10th - 7-10pm UK time.

Mark your calendars!
"After six years, cellist Roman returns home with boyfriend Ben, in search of more than just international fame. There's one complication he didn't count on. His high school crush, the straight, untouchable, Jaxton is there when he arrives. Oops. 

One performance at local club Crimson 8, stirs emotions that were better left forgotten.

With prior warning that the club is a gay man's fantasy come true, where anything and everything can happen, Jaxton is dragged along with a group of his friends, to see Roman play.

What happens next, will change the course of all their lives forever."

When it comes to love, life is nearly always complicated. The Cellist is no exception. 

Want to come?

Sunday, March 1, 2015

What are Steve Gadlin's Star Makers up to now? Be a Stargazer today!

Steve Gadlin's Star Makers (2013) Poster
Want to be entertained by a belly slapper? His able assistant with kitty ears will spray him with a plant sprayer. Sounds insane, but it's funny as hell to watch! Steve follows up with a post slap interview. Star Makers also offers up two singers and a face painting artist. It's kind of like going to a flea market - you never know what kind of act will show up.
Here's Episode 8 for your viewing enjoyment. Link:
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