Category: Blog Tour


Review and Giveaway Blog Tour – Clownfellas: Tales of the Bozo Family by Carlton Mellick III

My only previous experience with anything Carlton Mellick III was when my uncle, who has some pretty eclectic literature tastes, asked for the author’s Razor Wire Pubic Hair for Christmas when it came out quite a few years ago. I clearly remember ordering it in person from a rather perplexed looking Barnes and Noble salesman, […]

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Excerpt and Giveaway – The Last Summer At Chelsea Beach by Pam Jenoff

Happy Wednesday, and I’m thrilled to bring you the first excerpt from Pam Jenoff’s historical romance, The Last Summer At Chelsea Beach. Check out the excerpt below and be sure to enter the excellent giveaway at the bottom. Summer 1941 Young Adelia Monteforte flees fascist Italy for America, where she is whisked away to the shore […]

Posted 29 July, 2015 by Heather in Blog, Blog Tour, Book Excerpt, Giveaways, Heather / 2 Comments
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A Hot and Sexy Summer Read – Racing the Sun by Karina Halle Book Tour – Review and Giveaway

A sexy, sultry, and smart summer read was something that I’d been missing so far this season, and I certainly found a book that fit the bill in Karina Halle’s latest standalone romance release, Racing the Sun. Amber and Derio have wound their way into my heart, and I’m glad that I got to spend […]

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Blog Tour Review and Giveaway – Mercy House by Adam Cesare

Don and his wife Nikki take his mother Harriett to Mercy House, where she’ll live out her final days in this retirement home being cared for due to her Pick’s Disease (similar to Alzheimer’s Disease). Over the last year, Harriett has grown angrier and more resentful–especially towards Nikki–and she’s not happy to be pawned off […]

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Crossfades by William Todd Rose – Blog Tour and Giveaway

  Hydra has published solid horror titles this year, and after reading and loving Consumption by Heather Herrman, I dug right in to William Todd Rose’s novella, Crossfades. While novellas can sometimes leave you feeling like there’s something missing, or maybe story isn’t as well developed as it could be with characters that you don’t get to […]

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