Category Archive: Guests

Oct 17

For Sale by Owner by Marlene Bateman

Stressed by a year of intense, ongoing problems, McKenzie Forsberg decides to quit her high-powered job and move back to her hometown. Determined to rebuild her life, Kenzie desperately needs the peace and security she is sure will come from buying the home she grew up in. But when she arrives in town, Kenzie discovers …

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Oct 07

Addictarium by Nicole D’Settemi

  Welcome to my tour stop of Addictarium by Nicole D’Settēmi.  The tour runs from October 3-7 and you can follow the tour here. ABOUT THE BOOK When creative spirit, and inhabitant of bohemia–Danielle Martino–starts to lose her eyesight from shooting a poisoned bag of heroin, she flees to New York City for surgery, and then to rehab. However, …

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May 07

I’mPossible by Jeff Griffin

Author Jeff Griffin spent his life working towards his dream of playing college football as a receiver. He was one step closer to fulfilling his dream until a construction accident left him broken and paralyzed from the waist down. As he picked through the shattered pieces of his dreams, he realized he had a decision …

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Jun 13

Happy The Song of David by Amy Harmon Release Day!

It’s here! The Song of David by Amy Harmon is available now. If you pre-ordered, it should already be on your Kindle. To celebrate, I have a few treats for you. Today, Amy is sharing an excerpt from the book that helps to explain the title of my review, plus a fantastic music video from …

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Jun 04

Silence by Deborah Lytton

Stella is a vivacious teen with a deep yearning to become an accomplished Broadway musical star. Her dreams are shattered when a freak accident renders her deaf. Struggling mightily to communicate in a world of total silence, she meets Hayden who has such a pronounced stutter she can easily read his lips because he speaks …

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Nov 27

Crack Babies and Cowgirls

The Law of Moses Release: 11/27/14 Cover design by: Hang Le Hosted by: Alpha Literary Services If I tell you right up front, right in the beginning that I lost him, it will be easier for you to bear. You will know it’s coming, and it will hurt. But you’ll be able to prepare. Someone …

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Nov 26

Paladin: Pawn by Michael D. Young

When nerdy Rich Witz unwittingly becomes a Paladin, a white knight, in training, he is thrust into a world where flunking a test can change the course of history and a mysterious bully is playing for keeps with his life. Rich’s grandmother leaves him with one thing before disappearing for good: a white chess pawn …

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