November 17, 2012

Love of Her Lives

Love of Her Lives

Sharon Clare

Crimson Romance

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Beth Stewart thought she lived a normal life until a warrior from her past life shows up to rescue her.

November 16, 2012

The Leader

The Leader
Virtus Saga, Book 4

Laura Tolomei
eXtasy Books

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They thought they defeated Virtus. They thought they'd live happily ever after. They thought they had it all...but they were dead wrong.

November 15, 2012

Make Old Bones

Make Old Bones
Clarice Campion and Miss Letty Series

Leslie S. Talley

Wild Child Publishing

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Connie Kittredge disappears in 1953, presumed drowned, in Daytona Beach, Florida. Almost forty years later, her skeleton is discovered in the dumbwaiter of Belgrath House.

November 14, 2012

Under Fire

Under Fire
Book 1 of the Under Fire Series

Rita Henuber

Carina Press

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A Coast Guard officer teams up with a DEA agent and launches a personal seek and destroy mission to find her brother’s killer.

More Veterans Day

To continue our Veterans Day celebration, we will not have Wednesday's Wisdom today. Instead, we will have a military book to further honor those in our US military.

Thank you to all military for all you do to keep us safe, happy and free. We can never thank you enough.

The Log Line Blog

November 13, 2012

Glimpses of Midnight

Glimpses of Midnight
Volume Two Decadence

Suzzana C Ryan

Rebel Ink Press

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Hell belongs to the darkness and his name is Cyrus Bellefleur. His domain, Glimpses of Midnight is a glimpse at pure evil.

November 12, 2012

1st Year Celebration – Day 5

Here we are at the last day of our celebration. Since the beginning of the month, we have been looking at what’s been happening with the blog. Sure, this is the blog’s 1st Year Celebration but we also want to know your opinions on the blog.

This is going to be short and sweet today. First a reminder of what the prizes are and how to qualify to get them. Yes, we’ll be offering a lot of prizes. Our grand prize will be a Kindle Fire HD along with 4 $20 gift certificates. You MUST comment today or on the days following days November 3rd, 4th, 8th, 10th and 12th to enter the yearly contest. Only comments from these days will be counted toward the grand prize. All prizes will be drawn randomly, so the more you enter, the more chances you have. Now, your comments need to be more than one word comments. We’ll give you a series of questions to answer each day. No, none of them will be hard and all the answers will be in the content of that day’s blog. Once you’ve answered the questions for the day, please come back and tell us what you think of the blog, it’s growth and what you hope to see us do in the future. See...right there are 4 entries if you answer all those questions in separate comments. The questions of the day do need to be answered in one comment please as they are the ones that will qualify you for the contest. These comments will NOT be counted toward the monthly contest, ONLY for the 1st year celebration contest.

You can go back and comment on ANY of the listed days. You have until Thursday, November 22nd to get your comments posted. Again, the more your comment, the greater your chances are of winning a prize. Winners will be drawn in a random drawing on Friday, November 23rd. Those with a winning entry will be contact via email that same day. Prizes will be awarded no later than December 1st. When you comment, don’t forget to give us a valid email.

Today’s questions are easier than before. Here they are:

1) What was your favorite log line of the year?

2) What is your opinion of the blog?

Thank you all for making us have such a wonderful, wonderful year. We hope to see each of you back during year 2. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all the positive feedback throughout our 1st year. We appreciate each and every one of you!

So raise that glass of virtual champagne and help us toast the old year. There's better things to come!

The Staff
The Log Line Blog

November 11, 2012

Veterans Day

Today is a special day where those of us in the United States remember our military personal throughout the world. Please join me in welcoming Rita Henuber as she tells us more about the importance of this day.

Veterans Day, formerly known as Armistice Day, was originally set as a holiday to honor the end of World War I, which officially took place on November 11, 1918. It is also celebrated as Armistice Day or Remembrance Day in other parts of the world.

In 1954 Congress amended the Act of 1938 by striking out the word "Armistice" and inserting the word "Veterans." On June 1, 1954, November 11 became a day to honor American veterans of all wars.

Our modern military epitomize honor, duty, and commitment. They are the youngest, most educated, dedicated and highly trained military to have served this country. You don’t need to shove them towards danger you need to hold them back. Many people think courage is the absence of fear. It isn’t! Courage is fear overcome. The willingness to face a danger to protect someone else. A man or woman, who one day is wearing body armor and carrying an H&K416 and the next is wearing a barfy t-shirt and carrying their child is my definition of heroes and heroines.

As you have read, I refer to men and women who serve. While we are more than acquainted with the names of our heroes, it’s my observation we tend to overlook our brave heroines who have put themselves in harms way for us. I’d like to ask you remember...

 aVietnam military nurses who saved the lives of hundreds and comforted those who could not be saved.

aWWII women Air Force service pilots who did not get recognition or benefits until 1977.

aSgt Kimberly Munley who stopped the Ft Hood assassin.

aAll the woman who currently serve in each branch of the military.

By the way, if you are interested in learning about women who have served recently try the book, Band of Sisters. It offers insight from the women who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan.

As you may have guessed, I write military stories. I come from a family, who over the years, have served in every branch of the service in every conflict since WWI. My husband and a son were in the military. I am also a long time government employee. Authors tend to write what we know and so, I like to think I know enough about the military and government service to use it in my books.

Many people have no contact with the military and government outside of books. This is the reason I’m so particular in how I portray my characters. Even though it’s not the way they do it on TV.  My heroines are the ones in the military. The heroes are in government service and they give and get honor and respect. Which is what I ask you do this veteran’s day to all who serve and protect us. 

To learn more about Rita and her books visit her web home at