December 13, 2017

The Rebels of Gold by Elise Kova Virtual Signing!

(This event ends February 9th not January 12th)

The Rebels of Gold (The Loom Saga Series #3) by Elise Kova

A new rebellion rises from the still-smoldering remnants of the five guilds of Loom to stand against Dragon tyranny. Meanwhile, on Nova, those same Dragons fight amongst themselves, as age-old power struggles shift the political landscape in fateful and unexpected ways. Unlikely leaders vie for the opportunity to shape a new world order from the perfect clockwork designs of one temperamental engineer.

This is the final installment of USA Today bestselling author Elise Kova's Loom Saga, THE REBELS OF GOLD will reveal the fate of Loom's brilliantly contrasting world and its beloved inhabitants.


  • All books will be signed on February 17th. 
  • All books will be shipped Priority Mail or Media Mail -- your choice. For all U.S. orders priority mail takes 2-3 business days. For international orders it can take anywhere from 6-10 Business Days, depending on your country. Media Mail can take 2 - 9 business days for U.S..
  • All International orders will be shipped priority mail not media mail. We cannot ship media mail internationally due to customs.
  • All packages will be insured up to $50 (depending on the size of your order) and come with a tracking number. 
  • This event closes on February 9th. 
  • After February 9th there are no refunds as all the books would have been ordered and ready for signing.
  • Good Choice Reading nor the author will be held responsible for any lost, stolen, or damaged mail. You will have to file a claim with the post office. All packages are insured up to $50 FREE OF CHARGE, sometimes more, depending on the size of your order. 
  • International: We have had a couple of incidents where a package has been returned to us due to it not being claimed. In the event that this should take place an additional shipping cost is required in order to re-ship the package. No refunds will be granted as the book was ordered, signed, shipped and reached its destination. It is your responsibility to keep track of your package and claim it. Once the package leaves the United States we no longer have any control over it.
  • All tracking information will be sent to the PayPal email address used to place your order. If you do not have PayPal and used a credit/debit card to check out, the email address put down will be the one all the information will be sent to.
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  • Taxes and shipping will be added at checkout.
  • Before placing your order there is an option to enter an email address and who you would like the book personalized to. Please double check spelling. If you do not wish to have the book personalized simply leave blank. We will have the author just sign the book with no name.
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 There are two options on shipping:
1 - Shipped normally in padded flat rate envelope (1 book) priority mail
2 - Shipped in a book box (1 book) media mail -- shipping price is the same, but we will add insurance to your package, cover the book box, and add tracking number. Shipping can take 2-9 days via media mail. 


The Rebels of Gold by Elise Kova
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December 06, 2017

Reign The Earth by A. C. Gaughen Virtual Signing!!!


I am super, super, super excited to bring you this virtual signing! 


If you have not heard about REIGN THE EARTH, you are completely missing out!! 

This book should be on everyone TBR pile!

W.O.W: Heart of Thorns by Bree Barton

Hardcover, 320 pages
Expected publication: July 31st 2018
by Katherine Tegen Books

Inventive and heart-racing, this fiercely feminist teen fantasy trilogy from debut author Bree Barton examines a dark kingdom in which only women can possess magic—and every woman is suspected of having it.

Mia Rose wants only one thing: revenge against the Gwyrach—feared, reviled, and magical women—who killed her mother. After years training under her father’s infamous Hunters, Mia is ready. She will scour the four kingdoms, find her mother’s murderer, and enact the Hunters’ Creed: heart for a heart, life for a life.

But when Mia is thrust into the last role she ever wanted—promised wife to the future king—she plots a daring escape. On her wedding night, Mia discovers something she never imagined: She may be a Huntress, but she’s also a Gwyrach. As the truth comes to light, Mia must untangle the secrets of her own past. Now if she wants to survive, Mia must learn to trust her heart . . . even if it kills her.

What are you waiting on this Wednesday?

December 03, 2017

REVIEW TOUR INVITATION | Mercy by Lindsay Marie Miller | New Adult Romance

Mercy by Lindsay Marie Miller
Genre: New Adult Romance

I fell in love with a hitman.
The one hired to kill me.
I just hope he doesn’t break my heart.

Nineteen-year-old Anna James is an Ex-President's daughter with a bounty on her head. A sudden thirst for teenage rebellion lands her in a crowded night club, where she locks eyes with a beautiful stranger across the room.

Ten years her senior, elusive and brooding Julian rescues Anna and then whisks her away to an undisclosed location in the wilderness. But Julian is like a force of nature—cold as ice one minute, warm and tender the next. Frightened and distressed, Anna is reluctant to trust her hero.

Especially when she discovers that Julian is the man hired to kill her. 

December 18th - 22nd
Reviews only
Review copies will be provided in eFormat

November 20, 2017

Blog Tour Kickoff & KINDLE FIRE Giveaway! | Enchant by Micalea Smelzter!

Enchant by Micalea Smeltzer
Genre: Young Adult

Mara Pryce never imagined that her life was anything but normal and then a strange gray-eyed young man appears at her graduation. When he vanishes without a trace, she’s convinced he’s a figment of her imagination. Then he appears again and shatters her whole world.

Mara is an enchanter, part of an ancient line of Wiccan power, and a war is raging—one of good and evil—between the Enchanted and the Iniquitous.

The Iniquitous want her dead and it’s Theodore’s job as her protector to keep her safe.

When Mara and Theodore arrive at a safe house, where Mara will remain hidden while learning about her powers, they find that the real threat might be a little closer to home than they want to believe.



About the Author

Micalea Smeltzer is a bestselling twenty-something author. She started scribbling stories before she even knew her alphabet. She currently resides in Virginia with her doggie side-kick Ollie. 

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My regular lessons quickly took a back burner to everything Theo was teaching me. I wanted to know how he knew so much about fighting and magic, but he would never give me a straight answer.
But thanks to having classes all day and then working with Theo in the evenings, I was always exhausted and fell asleep before my head even hit the pillow.
I dropped my bag on the library table and turned to Theo, crossing my arms over my chest.
“What are we doing today?”
He grinned, even his eyes crinkled at the corners. “I think you’ll be happy.”
My face lit up. “You mean—”
He nodded. “Magic.”
I resisted the urge to jump around and clap my hands in a demented happy dance.
 “Spells are complicated, and they’re only as strong as the enchanter behind them.”
“So, the more powerful you are, the more powerful your spells are?” I asked.
“Exactly.” He smiled, pleased I’d gotten it right. After a pause, he chuckled and ran a hand through his wavy dark hair. “I’m actually a bit scared of what you might be capable of.”
“Afraid I might blow something up?”
“No.” His gray eyes sparkled. “I’m more afraid you might be better than me.”
I threw my head back and laughed. “You’re kidding, right?”
He quirked a brow. “You’re a Chosen One, Mara.”
“Yeah, except the whole Chosen One thing seems more like a pain in the butt than actually helpful. Everyone seems to want me dead.”
His smiled faltered. “I won’t ever let them get you. I promise.”
“Don’t make promises you might not be able to keep.” I smiled sadly.
I knew Theo wanted to believe he could always keep me safe but the reality was he couldn’t. I didn’t know much about this world, and barely anything about The Iniquitous and what they were capable of, but I wasn’t dumb, either. Enchanters were afraid of them and that told me all I needed to know.
In three smooth strides, he was in front of me. He cupped my cheeks and leaned in close. His breath tickled my face making the tiny hairs there stand up straight. He stared fiercely into my eyes. Even if I had wanted to move I couldn’t have. “I will protect you with every last breath in my body.”
My breath came out raggedly at his words.
He rubbed his thumb over my cheek and leaned closer. I held my breath and his eyes flickered to my lips.
Suddenly, his muscles tightened and he clenched his jaw before pulling away. “You will be my downfall,” he whispered. He gave me a shy look. “No one has ever had the effect on me that you do.”
I didn’t know what to say so instead I tugged on my shirt and asked, “Magic? What do you want to teach me?”
He seemed relieved at my change in subject. “Some spells need to be said out loud while others can be uttered in your mind.”
“How do you know the difference?”
“Smaller spells can be said in your head … Like say you want one of the books—” He stared at the shelves and they began to shake. Suddenly, one of the books shot out straight at Theo. I ducked and he caught the book in his hand. “Now you try.”
I sighed. “Do I just think to myself, ‘hey, that book there, yeah you, come here?’ there’s not some spell or special something?”
“Just think of the book you want. It’s that simple.”
“Okay,” I said and turned to one of the walls of books. I picked one with a purple spine and gold lettering. I stared at it, narrowing my eyes. I held out my hand. Come here.
The shelf shook.
Theo grinned like a proud coach. “That’s it,” he encouraged.
Come here.
The book raised a little off the shelf.
Come here! The whole wall was now shaking and suddenly all the books along the wall shot straight toward me.
Theo crashed into me and rolled us under one of the tables.
I could hear the various loud thunks as the books hit the table and floor surrounding us. Finally, they stopped.
I looked at Theo and let out a breathless laugh. “Death by raining books.”
He laughed too. “Ah, doll face, you always make things so interesting.”
“I try.”
We climbed out from underneath the desk to assess the destruction.
“Geez, remind me to never make you mad.” He scratched at the back of his head as he looked at the mess.
Hundreds of books littered the ground leaving no room to even walk. Thankfully, only the one wall had been affected. If I had knocked all of them off we would’ve been swimming in books and picking them up for days.
Theo put his hands on his hips and let out a gust of air. It sent the dark hair covering his forehead swirling like it was caught in the wind.
“We have to clean this up.”
“I think that’s pretty obvious.” I was already bent down stacking books.
“We won’t have time to do anything else today—” he bent down beside me “—and this is going to taking forever.”
“Why don’t you just magic them on up?” I swished my hand.
“I can magic them all up but then they won’t be in alphabetical order.”
I stopped what I was doing, a large book in my hand, and said, “You have to be kidding me.”
“This is a library,” he gasped, scandalized.
“But … but … We’re the only ones who use it.”
“They have to be in alphabetical order. If they’re not, how do you ever expect me to find something to read?”
I snorted and went back to making another stack. “You? Reading?”
He seemed affronted. “I like to read.”
“What do you read?” I challenged.
“Anything and everything. I even have a blog.”
“You’re so full of it.”
“You know how you girls have loads of book boyfriends? Well, I have my book girlfriends.”
I snorted.
“Laugh all you want but a real man likes to read.”
An image of Theo relaxing in a leather chair in front of a fireplace with a book in hand assaulted my mind. I could picture him with dark-framed glasses and a small smile playing on his lips as he read a particularly interesting part. His hand would flick up and push his dark hair from—
What the hell was I thinking?
I shook my head and turned to find Theo staring at me.
“Having a fantasy, Mara?”
I blushed scarlet, pretty sure somehow he had known exactly what I was thinking thanks to his freaky protector powers.



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