Check out this post from the Quiet Knitter blog featuring the book, Beton Rouge, by Simone Buchholz.
Check out what’s new on the shelves of Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore from this post on Sally Cronin’s Blog.
Welcome to the Friday edition of the update on reviews for authors in the cafe and bookstore. The first author today with a recent review is Deborah A. Bowman. Delilah Astral Investigator Infinity Series – Episode One – The Boy and the Shopkeeper.
About the book
A Paranormal Fantasy & Time-Travel/Astral Projection Novel for “tweens”/teens/YA/Adults!
Delilah (“Dee”), a modern teenager, saves the life of Bartholomew (“Bartie”), a Colonial American from 1774, unknowingly bringing him to the 21st century. Dee’s vivid dreams are really astral projections that she can’t control. Together with Dee’s intuitive cat, Mollie, the Astral Investigation Team returns to the past to aid the boy and the shopkeeper, who are caught in a time warp of death and betrayal. This is but the first episode of their adventures. They will be able to travel back in time and to the future, never knowing where or when they’ll be…
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Check out this review of the book, Time Will Tell Featuring Eva Jordan , as featured in this post from Linda’s Book Bag Blog.
It was my absolute privilege to reveal the cover to Eva Jordan’s latest book Time Will Tell back in November and I am thrilled to part of her blog tour thanks to Kelly at Love Books Group today. Both Kelly and Eva are real life friends and I am delighted that Eva will be appearing at The Deepings Literary Festival where I live in May. You can see more here but a special Read Dating brochure will be coming soon.
Eva has appeared on Linda’s Book Bag in the past writing about female friendships to celebrate her novel 183 Times a Year that you can read here and another, that was part of the launch celebrations for All The Colours In Between, about the need for older protagonists here.
Today, I’m doing things slightly differently. As most of you know, I have a TBR that is sky high…
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Check out the book, Shanghai Story: A WWII Drama Trilogy Book One by Alexa Kang, as featured in this post from Writer Christoph Fischer’s blog
Shanghai Story: A WWII Drama Trilogy Book One by Alexa Kang
Set in Shanghai of 1936 this is as much an informative and well-researched historical novel as it is an intriguing murder mystery. We follow two characters mainly, Clark, who has just returned from studying in the US, and Eden who is a Jewish refugee from Berlin and stateless by law. Her father, a Doctor, successfully treated Clark’s father. Despite a mutual attraction between Clark and Eden, circumstances are complicated and stand in their way.
Eden starts works for a newspaper and when a friend is brutally murdered she takes on the police force to find out the truth, with help from Clark and his connections.
The novel took a while to get going for me with the setting up of the characters and their background .I enjoyed the urgency of the second half, once the murder mystery fully takes…
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Check out this excerpt from the book, The Nightmare Girl by Jonathan Janz, as it makes a blog tour stop on the Tattooed Book Geek blog.
Today on The Tattooed Book Geek I am pleased to be taking part in the blog tour for The Nightmare Girl by Jonathan Janz.
My thanks to Anne Cater for the tour invite, Flame Tree Press and Jonathan Janz.
The Nightmare Girl.
- Paperback: 256 pages
- Publisher: FLAME TREE PRESS; New edition (14 Feb. 2019)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1787581292
- ISBN-13: 978-1787581296
- Amazon UK
When family man Joe Crawford confronts a young mother abusing her toddler, he has no idea of the chain reaction he’s setting in motion. How could he suspect the young mother is part of an ancient fire cult, a sinister group of killers that will destroy anyone who threatens one of its members? When the little boy is placed in a foster home, the fanatics begin their mission of terror.
Soon the cult leaders will summon their deadliest hunters―and a ferocious supernatural evil―to make Joe pay for…
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Check out what’s new on the shelves of Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore from this post on Sally Cronin’s blog.
Congratulations to J.P. McLean who has recently published Book 6 of The Gift Legacy – Wings of Prey.
About the book
A dead man’s warning. A lost plane wreck. A buried truth.
A dire warning from beyond the grave leaves Emelynn Taylor questioning her loyalties. Did someone she loves commit an unforgivable act of treachery? In her quest for answers, Emelynn opens a painful cold case knowing its resolution could destroy two families.
What she finds tests Emelynn’s integrity as the leadership changes hands within the Tribunal Novem, the powerful body that rules her kind. When confronted with betrayal and lies, Emelynn must follow her moral compass, even if it means losing the man she loves and alienating her Flier friends.
And when the terrible truth is unearthed, Emelynn is set on a collision course with two titans and a battle she can’t possibly win.
The sixth book in The…
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Check out this review of the book, Who do I see in the Mirror? by Vese Aghoghovbia Aladewolu, as featured in this post from Linda’s Book Bag Blog.
My enormous thanks to the author Vese Aghoghovbia Aladewolu for a copy of her children’s book Who Do I See in the Mirror? which is one of her Philly & Friends series and is illustrated by Irene Omiunu. Vese’s books are designed to empower children, especially girls, and support underprivileged children around the world. For each Philly & Friends book sold, another book will be sent to a child in Africa.
Who Do I See in the Mirror? is available for purchase through the links here.
Who Do I See in the Mirror?
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