Covers Reveal: For Always & And Always by Danielle Sibarium

To celebrate the upcoming release of And Always, the long awaited sequel to For Always by Danielle Sibarium, she is revealing two new covers. The first one is a new cover for: For Always, and the second cover is the reveal of the cover for And Always. I hope you love them as much as I do.

For Always

“There’s nothing you can’t do if you want it bad enough.”

I entered the world with a massive defect. I attracted death. Like a magnet. I could feel it all around me. It wrapped its icy fingers tight around my chest, leaving me no room for escape. That was my life before I met Jordan Brewer, the boy I became infatuated with. Obsessed with. The boy that became my everything.

I knew he wanted me, too. I saw it. I felt it. But he was older, and wouldn’t act on his feelings. I knew in time I’d make him mine. Just as he promised me a future together, his life was torn apart. He turned away from me and shut me out of his life. Could I convince him to let go of his past and hold on to me? Or would he continue to punish us both for something he couldn’t control?

Purchase links for For Always-
Amazon- http://www.amazon.com/Always-Danielle-Sibarium-ebook/dp/B006ACBCPO/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8
iBooks- https://www.draft2digital.com/book/70541
Nook- http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/for-always-danielle-sibarium/1106795575?ean=2940013748286
Kobo- http://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/for-always-1

And Forever-1

“Sometimes being with the one you love hurts more than being without them.”

“There’s nothing you can’t do if you want it bad enough.” This is the mantra Jordan Brewer drilled into my head since the day I met him. He convinced me nothing is out of my reach, not even him.

I love Jordan, and Jordan loves me, but something always gets in the way. I had to fight tooth and nail to convince him we belong together. Now he’s mine, but I’m not sure our love is strong enough to survive.

I’m away at school and Jordan’s playing drums for a local band. We hardly see each other, and when we do, he’s haunted by demons from his past. I’m struggling to fit in and he’s struggling with his ever-growing mountain of guilt. Will we be able to hold on to each other through the tough times, or will it all come tumbling down around us?

Here is the Goodreads link to add And Forever- https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/24284891-and-forever

Danielle Sibarium’s Links-
Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/DanielleSibarium
Twitter- https://twitter.com/Sibarium
Tsu- https://www.tsu.co/DanielleSibarium
Website- http://www.daniellesibarium.com/

Teaser Tuesday

Happy New Year everyone. It’s nice to be back after taking two weeks off for the holidays. I’ve come back with two new teasers. Make sure to put A Beautiful Mess and Because of Me on your TBR list. The links to Goodreads at the bottom of the page. Okay enough of this chit chat, enjoy the two new teases.

 

A BEAUTIFUL MESS

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BECAUSE OF ME

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A Beautiful Mess: https://www.goodreads.com

Because of Me: https://www.goodreads.com 

Teaser Tuesday

I can’t believe the holidays have officially begun. This year went by way too fast. I feel like I don’t have enough hours in the day, especially writing two books. I need more hours with all of these characters. I can’t wait for all of you to meet Jax & Nikki from A Beautiful Mess, and see what’s going on with Jade & Austin in the sequel for Because of You. For now enjoy two new teases from A Beautiful Mess & Because of Me.

 

A BEAUTIFUL MESS

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BECAUSE OF ME

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Teaser Tuesday

I can’t believe it’s already Tuesday again. The weeks seem to be flying by, and before we know it, it will 2015. Im excited for the brand new year, mostly because I’m releasing two new books. And here is a new tease from each one of these books. Enjoy!

A BEAUTIFUL MESS

A beautiful mess teaser 2

BECAUSE OF ME

Because of Me teaser 2

A Hidden Gem: Skatetown USA

My name is Maria E. Monteiro and I like watching bad movies. They always say the first step is admitting it. Ever since I was a little girl I loved watching movies that were so bad they were actually good. Some of these movies included Killer Klowns from Outer Space, Roller Boogie, and Night of the Comet. So when I find a new movie that it’s so bad it’s actually good I have to share the news.

Very early this morning (2:30 to be precise) I was battling with sleep so I decided to give up and turn on the TV. As I was flipping through channels I found the movie Roller Boogie was on. I sat up filled with joy and I began to watch this 1979 disco roller skating masterpiece. Wanting to know more about this wonderful film I went on IMDb to read trivia and reviews, and that’s when I saw people mentioning the movie Skatetown USA.

What was this movie they were talking about? I had to find out. The good news was it was another disco roller skating movie starring Patrick Swayze (Dirty Dancing), Scott Baio (Charles in Charge), and Maureen McCormick (The Brady Bunch). I had to get this movie. This is where the bad news came: This film came out in theaters in 1979, and that was it. Due to copyright issues that might relate with the soundtrack it has never been released on TV, VHS, or DVD. How can this be?

I started researching because what else can I do that early in the morning. People who did seem to own a copy had a DVD where the 16mm film was copied onto. They all complained about how grainy the film was and how much they wished the studio would release this movie on DVD. Well, I didn’t care. I can watch a grainy movie. So I looked all over the internet (Basically ebay) for a copy and sadly found out there were none. There was only one thing to do, look on Youtube. Why I didn’t think of that first? I don’t know.

And there it was on YouTube in a 11 different parts. I couldn’t contain my excitement. I propped up my pillow and prepared to watch, what I’m now calling a hidden gem.

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The movie takes place over one night in a roller skate rink. There’s a compensation to see who’s the best skater in solo and dual performances. Right away I knew this movie was going to be good when the DJ appears in a spaceship shaped box wearing a white afro wig and sounding like Wolfman Jack. The roller rink has everything from a stage where bands play all night to a doctor for the skaters.

The best part of the movie is Patrick Swayze, who plays Ace the head of a rollerskating gang. Yes a rollerskating gang. You have to love it. I learned this was his first film role, and he played the part to a tee. His rollerskating skills were awesome and you can see where he got some of his Dirty Dancing moves. Ace, being the leader of the hardcore gang showed off his moves by roller skate with a belt that he would whip around giving him a little Bruce Lee appeal. Very sexy

I can see why the movie is having issues with the music rights. Skatetown USA has an incredible soundtrack of hits that plays throughout the whole film. I don’t recall one moment when there wasn’t music playing. There’s even a guest appearance by Joe Cocker. I seriously was in Bad Movie Heaven.

Okay I’m saving the best for last: at the end of the movie the two main characters decide they’re going to have a chicken race. You know, like in the one in Rebel Without of Cause. Where two cars race towards the edge of a cliff. The last one to exit their car is the winner or dead. Anyway, the two main characters decide to do this chicken race down the boardwalk in roller skates. Yes roller skates, but not just any ordinary skates, the roller skates had motors. Can it get any better? Oh the drama.

Skatetown USA surpassed my expectations.

The music was amazing, the acting was bad, and the storyline was…actually I still have no idea what the storyline was. The only bad thing is that part 2 and 4 were removed because of copyright issues. But this did not make it hard to follow the wonderful madness. I hope one day they do release this movie on DVD. For now you can enjoy it on YouTube. I’ve already seen it twice.

Here check out Patrick Swayze’s performance.