Enter for a chance to win 1 of 30 copies of BABY, DON'T HURT ME by Chris Kattan!
You may know him as Mango, Mr. Peepers, the gibberish-spouting Suel Forrester, or one half of the head-bopping brothers in A Night at the Roxbury. Maybe you remember him as the forlorn gothic kid Azrael Abyss, Gay Hitler, or the guitarist in the “More Cowbell” sketch. Whichever it is, Chris Kattan has earned a spot in the hearts of a generation of comedy fans.
Chris Kattan has defied comparison, expectations, and sometimes gravity with his inimitable style of physical comedy. By creating some of the most memorable Saturday Night Live characters, as well as his many roles in film and television, Kattan has remained one of the most fearless and versatile comedians in the world.
Not long after Chris was labeled one of the improv group Groundlings’ “must-see” performers in the company, he was cast on SNL—and within the first six weeks, Chris’s film career also took off.
Now, for the first time, Kattan opens up about eight seasons on SNL, performing alongside friends and future legends including Will Ferrell, Jimmy Fallon, and Tina Fey, and guest hosts from Charlize Theron to Tom Hanks to David Bowie. He also shares stories of his unusual childhood (involving a secluded mountain with zen monks) with Leonard Cohen and Alan Watts. Baby, Don’t Hurt Me offers an unprecedented look into Chris’s life.
We are so excited to announce a special giveaway for THE WOMAN IN THE PARK! Enter to win one of 30 autographed copies of She Reads' "Most Anticipated Thrillers of Summer 2019" Author Megan Collins calls it "Tense, cinematic and relentlessly suspenseful. THE WOMAN IN THE PARK will have you addicted, consuming one chapter after another until you reach its chilling conclusion. " It is being hailed as "Your next obsession" and "The next novel to put on your TBR list",
When Sarah Rock meets a mysterious and handsome stranger in the park, she is immediately drawn to him. Sarah wants to get away from her cheating husband and his crazy mistress, her frequent sessions with her heartless therapist, and her moody children. But nothing is as it seems. Her life begins to unravel when a woman from the park goes missing and Sarah becomes the prime suspect in the woman's strange disappearance. Her lover is nowhere to be found, her husband is suspicious of her, and her therapist is talking to the police.
With no one to trust, Sarah must face her inner demons and uncover the truth to prove her innocence.
A psychological thriller that questions what is real-with its shocking twists, secrets, and lies--
THE WOMAN IN THE PARK will leave readers breathless.
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Enter for your chance 1 of 10 copies of Nicole Lundrigan's new thriller Hideaway!
What if home is the most dangerous place you can be?
Gloria Janes appears to be a doting suburban mother and loving wife. But beyond her canary-yellow door, Gloria controls her husband, Telly, as well as seven-year-old Maisy and her older brother Rowan, through a disorienting cycle of adoration and banishment.
When Telly leaves, Gloria turns on Rowan. He runs away, finding unlikely refuge with a homeless man named Carl, with whom he forms the kind of bond he has never found with his parents. After they are menaced by strangers, Rowan follows Carl to an isolated cottage, where he accidentally sets off a burst of heightened paranoia in Carl, and their adventure takes a dark turn.
Gloria is publicly desperate for the safe return of her son while privately plotting ever wilder ways to lure Telly home for good. Her behaviour grows more erratic and her manipulation of Maisy begins to seem dedicated toward an outcome that only she can see. The two storylines drive relentlessly toward a climax that is both shocking and emotionally riveting.
Suspenseful, unsettling, and masterful, Hideaway explores the secrets of a troubled family and illuminates an unlikely hero and a source of unexpected strength.
First written while living in India (as a motion picture script) interacting with beggar children, then subsequently a church musical, R.W. Nelson has now penned No Dark Clouds as a Christian, historical fiction novel.
Enter for a chance to win one of 25 autographed, first edition copies of No Dark Clouds, as well as a set of all five of the 'Beggar Boy' Collector's Bookmarks.
No Dark Clouds. An Epic Biblical Fiction - An Educational Biblical Study
If you were living in Biblical Israel as a youth or teenager at the time of Christ, No Dark Clouds brings forth the raw emotions of what a personal encounter with Jesus might have been like. If you were a slave, Roman soldier, Pharisee, even Barabbas or King Herod; R.W. Nelson, presents the reader a possible glimpse of their lives during the Passion Week, trial, and crucifixion. If you were in Jerusalem on Resurrection Sunday, this fictional novel enriches the life-changing effects of that day in the lives of Pilate, his wife Claudia, the Disciples, Cleopas, even the High Priest Caiaphas. No Dark Clouds brings forth a perspective of the Greatest Story ever told, that (hopefully) will motivate the reader to enhance their own personal encounters and life-changing effects of a Risen Lord.
Enter for a chance to win an ARC of this stunning debut novel about a teenage girl and her mother as they grapple with first love, family secrets, and tragedy.
Sparks fly between a die-hard romantic and a sexy cynic in this fresh, funny romance from USA Today bestselling author Adriana Locke.
That cream-filled, caramel-topped doughnut should have been hers. Still, Haley Raynor can’t deny that the pastry thief with the dreamy blue eyes looks even more delicious. But moving in on a handsome devil like Trevor Kelly is bad news for a die-hard romantic like Haley. Trevor doesn’t believe in love. She does. Giving in to a fling and Trevor’s irresistible charms can’t end well. Can it? What can it hurt to give it a shot?
Girls always fall for Trevor, and in the end, he always ends up looking like a bad-boy cad. Still, spending some time with Haley and her smart-talking, kissable mouth sounds pretty perfect. Besides, he’s only going to be in Dogwood Lane for one week. How much trouble could they possibly get into?
The only answer? A “no falling in love” contract. All Trevor and Haley have to do is follow the rules and resist the attraction sizzling between them…before their hearts get completely tangled up in temptation.
Critics call The 8th Island Trilogy: “A WRINKLE IN TIME meets THE PRINCESS BRIDE.” Be the first to read the addictive YA fantasy adventure—Below the Moon—with this advanced reader giveaway!
Ella Wellsley is not your typical teenager. Cancer left her mute, but not powerless. Trapped in a parallel dimension, Ella rallies her strength to join her family—her mother, Tessa, her grandpa Archie, and her magical boyfriend, Luggie—in locating the cure to her illness. This cure is entangled in the fate of all worlds, and threatened by the presence of an evil Star anchored in the sea. The Star has thrown life everywhere into chaos—and it is Ella who holds the key to unlocking its mystery.
Below the Moon is a hybrid novel including over 40 illustrations created by the author-artist, Alexis Marie Chute, in the persona of fourteen-year-old Ella.
“Zed is brilliant dystopian insanity on a grand scale, describing a world of corporate pretenders, broken software, and algorithms that never quite work as well as they’re supposed to. Hilarious, incisive, and painfully relevant.”—Max Barry, author of Lexicon
From the winner of the Orange Award for New Writing comes a blistering, satirical novel about life under a global media and tech corporation that knows exactly what we think, what we want, and what we do—before we do.
One corporation has made a perfect world based on a perfect algorithm . . . now what to do with all these messy people?
Lionel Bigman is dead. Murdered by a robot. Guy Matthias, the philandering founder and CEO of the mega-corporation Beetle, insists it was human error. But was it? Either the predictive algorithms of Beetle's supposedly omniscient 'lifechain' don't work, or, they've been hacked. Both scenarios are impossible to imagine and signal the end of Beetle's technotopia and life as we know it.
Dazzlingly original and darkly comic, Zed asks profound questions about who we are, what we owe to one another, and what makes us human. It describes our moment—the ugliness and the beauty—perfectly. Kavenna is a prophet who has seen deeply into the present—and thrown back her head and laughed.