25 Relationship Comics For a Perfect Day

  • Jun. 28th, 2017 at 1:00 AM
Best relationships comics on the web

This web comic series by Catana is without a doubt our favorite when it comes to relationships. If you like these, be sure to check out her site and her Instagram , meanwhile here are  her recent 25 works. Have fun! 

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Free Book – The Society

  • Jun. 28th, 2017 at 2:35 AM

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The Society, by Jodie Andrefski, is free in the Kindle store and from Barnes & Noble, Bookshout, ebooks.com, Google, iTunes and Kobo, courtesy of publisher Entangled: Teen [Macmillan].

Book Description
Welcome to Trinity Academy’s best-kept secret.

The Society.

You’ve been handpicked by the elite of the elite to become a member. But first you’ll have to prove your worth by making it through Hell Week.

Do you have what it takes?

It’s time to find out.

Samantha Evans knows she’d never get an invite to rush the Society—not after her dad went to jail for insider trading. But after years of relentless bullying at the hands of the Society’s queen bee, Jessica, she’s ready to take down Jessica and the Society one peg at a time from the inside out.

All it’ll take is a bit of computer hacking, a few fake invitations, some eager rushees…and Sam will get her revenge.

Let the games begin.

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Book Review – Date Night on Union Station

  • Jun. 27th, 2017 at 11:59 PM

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I recently stumbled upon Date Night on Union Station ($0.99 Kindle), the first in E.M. Foner’s EarthCent Ambassador series and I’m glad I did. There are a number of alien species that Kelly, the top diplomat on EarthCent, interacts with, although her entire job is a learn-as-you go endeavor, as she’s the first in the position and has no real training, guidance or budget, having been selected for the position by the AI’s that run the stations and being out-of-sight, out-of-mind, isn’t a high priority for any government allocations back on Earth. In this first novel, Kelly has been given a gift subscription for a new dating service on the station, that has just started taking humans as clients. As the synopsis says, they seem to go from bad to worse and not just for Kelly, as we also get to peek in on someone else’s dates over the same period. Oddly enough, the dates do seem to help Kelly in her day-to-day job and career, even as they have a disastrous effect on her income.

The EarthCent Ambassador series is made up of loosely connected short novels, the first two of which are currently on sale for $0.99, with the rest only $2.99 each, and all of which can be read for free by those with a Kindle Unlimited subscription. There are sometimes several year gaps in the timeline between novels, but each novel I’ve read so far takes place over a relatively short period of time, with the action fast-paced. I’m currently up to the sixth in series, Wanderers On Union Station, which I’ll have to pop onto the top of my TBR list. Just as soon as I finish my marathon read/re-read of Faith Hunter’s Jane Yellowrock series, before I go meet the author at LibertyCon this year.

Book Description
Kelly Frank is EarthCent’s top diplomat on Union Station, but her job description has always been a bit vague. The pay is horrible and she’s in hock up to her ears for her furniture, which is likely to end up in a corridor because she’s behind on rent for her room. Sometimes she has to wonder if the career she has put ahead of her personal life for fifteen years is worth it.

When Kelly receives a gift subscription to the dating service that’s rumored to be powered by the same benevolent artificial intelligence that runs the huge station, she decides to swallow her pride and give it a shot. But as her dates go from bad to worse, she can only hope that the supposedly omniscient AI is planning a happy ending.

p.s. If you want another good laugh, be sure to check out his review of the Amazon Echo.

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