Friday, September 28, 2018

Tour Wrap Up: River of Shame by @SusanCGoldner #mystery #blogtour #wrapup #giveaway


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Mystery
Published: Presale, August 1 / Release Date: September 12
Publisher: Tirgearr Pubishing Company

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Something evil has taken root in Ashland, Oregon. And with it, an uneasy feeling sweeps down on Detective Winston Radhauser. If someone doesn’t intervene, that evil will continue to multiply until the unthinkable happens.

While on vacation with his wife and their newborn son, Detective Radhauser receives a call from Captain Murphy--a high school kid has been branded with a homophobic slur and is hospitalized in Ashland, a small town known for, and proud of, its diversity. And this is only the beginning. White supremacy, homophobia and racism are one thing. But murder is something else.

Radhauser will do whatever it takes to find the perpetrators and restore his town’s sense of safety. With such hostile opposition, can he succeed and will justice be done?


This book has a current Amazon Rating of 4.9*'s.
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Did you miss any of the stops on this Tour?

September 18 - Nana's Book Reviews - Excerpt
September 19 - Novel News Network - Spotlight
September 20 - Laurie's Thoughts and Reviews - Guest Post
September 21 - Beach Bound Books - Spotlight
September 22 - The Avid Reader - Interview
September 23 - Book Addict - Spotlight
September 24 - The Indie Express - Review
September 25 - On a Reading Bender - Review
September 26 - Truly Trendy - Excerpt
September 27 - Texas Book Nook - Review
September 28 - A Life Through Books - Excerpt


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Susan Clayton-Goldner was born in New Castle, Delaware and grew up with four brothers along the banks of the Delaware River. She has been writing poems and short stories since she could hold a pencil and was so in love with writing that she became a creative writing major in college.

Prior to an early retirement which enabled her to write full time, Susan worked as the Director of Corporate Relations for University Medical Center in Tucson, Arizona. It was there she met her husband, Andreas, one of the deans in the University of Arizona's Medical School. About five years after their marriage, they left Tucson to pursue their dreams in 1991--purchasing a 35-acres horse ranch in the Williams Valley in Oregon. They spent a decade there. Andy rode, trained and bred Arabian horses and coached a high school equestrian team, while Susan got serious about her writing career.

Through the writing process, Susan has learned that she must be obsessed with the reinvention of self, of finding a way back to something lost, and the process of forgiveness and redemption. These are the recurrent themes in her work.

After spending 3 years in Nashville, Susan and Andy now share a quiet life in Grants Pass, Oregon, with her growing list of fictional characters, and more books than one person could count. When she isn't writing, Susan enjoys making quilts and stained-glass windows. She says it is a lot like writing--telling stories with fabric and glass.



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Tour Wrap Up: Splotch by @kenhicksnyc #middlegrade #giveaway

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Middle Reader Fantasy
Publisher: MuseItYA a division of MuseItUp Publishing.

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Alice’s parents refuse to let her have a dog, so when Alice sees a paint stain on the sidewalk that looks like a dog, she decides that she will make him a virtual pet. She calls him Splotch and downloads a picture of him to her computer. To her surprise, he escapes from the computer and begins to act as Alice’s self-appointed protector. Unfortunately, he sees most people as potential enemies of Alice, including her teacher and the school principal, and he is not shy about giving those various enemies a bite. When Splotch starts to attack Alice’s best friend, Alice knows there is a big problem. But how will she get Splotch to stop being a guard dog and go back into the computer?



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Did you miss any of the stops on this Tour?

August 31 - Book Addict - Spotlight
September 1 - Nana's Book Reviews - Excerpt
September 3 - Jazzy's Book Reviews - Spotlight
September 5 - Bound 2 Escape - Spotlight
September 6 - This and That Book Blog - Guest Post
September 7 - Stephanie's Book Reviews - Spotlight
September 10 - A Life Through Books - Interview
September 11 - Silver Dagger Scriptorium - Spotlight
September 12 - Truly Trendy - Excerpt
September 13 - Dina Rae Writes Stuff - Spotlight
September 14 - My Reading Addiction - Interview
September 15 - Momma Says to Read or Not to Read - Spotlight
September 16 - T's Stuff - Spotlight
September 17 - On a Reading Bender - Review
September 18 - Inspire Children To Read - Review
September 19 - The Avid Reader - Interview
September 20 - Beach Bound Books - Guest Post
September 21 - J Bronder Book Reviews - Review
September 24 - Texas Book Nook - Review
September 25 - Novel News Network - Review
September 26 - Tea Time and Books - Spotlight
September 27 - The Indie Express - Review
September 28 - Dani the Bookaholic - Spotlight



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Anne Rothman-Hicks is a graduate of Bryn Mawr College where, in 1969, at a college dance, she met a student from Haverford named Kenneth Hicks. They have been together pretty much ever since, getting married, having children, writing books, making art, and generally conspiring to live lives that are happy, creative, and good.

Anne and Ken’s most recent novels and stories are set in New York City, where they have lived for most of their married lives.

Their middle reader series, Alice and Friends, features Alice, a 10-year-old girl with a vivid imagination that gets her into and out of trouble. The titles are, STONE FACES, BROWNSTONE FACES, and SPLOTCH.

In Ken and Anne’s tween book, THINGS ARE NOT WHAT THEY SEEM, Jennifer and James find a pigeon in Central Park whose foot was caught in a bit of string attached to a fence. Only this pigeon was actually a man before he was turned into a pigeon over a hundred years earlier. Now he needs some help to be turned back into a man before a certain hawk captures and eats him instead.

A sequel, REMEMBERING THOMAS, has been published by MuseItUp Publishing in March of 2018.



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Tour Wrap Up: Obake Neko (Ghost Cat) #mystery #historical #giveaway #wrapup


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Mystery/Historical Fiction
Date Published: May 31, 2018

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It begins with a disappearance… In the waning days of World War II, the Obake Neko is the last surviving Sen-Toku—a huge secret aircraft-carrier submarine created by the Imperial Japanese Navy. As the war comes to an end, the Obake Neko sets sail back to Japan with a cargo of unimaginable value. In the chaos of Japanese surrender, the clandestine vessel and its crew vanish in the seas of the South Pacific.

Fifty-five years after the war’s end, former U.S. Navy pilot, Bud Brennan breaks into Pearl Harbor’s submarine museum in Hawaii. Bud’s son, Mike, is still raw from the death of his wife and grappling with a new career but still jumps in to help his dad. But when Bud’s antics garner the attention of the Navy’s JAG, Mike realizes his father may possess knowledge about the near-mythical Obake Neko and its fabled cargo—knowledge that is also of great value to the Japanese Yakuza. Now, Mike must scramble to learn the whole truth of his father’s decades-old connection with the legendary Japanese submarine and fight to defend his father from relentless military authorities and deadly Yakuza operatives. Even decades later, the Obake Neko and its legendary cargo are still worth killing over.

Can Mike discover the truth and protect his dad before deadly assailants succeed in silencing Bud forever?


This book has a current Amazon Rating of 4.6*'s.
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Did you miss any of the stops on this Tour?

August 7 - Jazzy's Book Reviews - Spotlight
August 8 - Bound 2 Escape - Spotlight
August 9 - Mythical Books - Review
August 10 - Caroline Clemmons - Excerpt
August 11 - This and That Book Blog - Guest Post
August 13 - Nana's Book Reviews - Excerpt
August 14 - Book Addict - Spotlight
August 15 - Adventures in Lit - Review
August 16 - Stephanie's Book Reviews - Spotlight
August 17 - A Life Through Books - Interview
August 20 - My Reading Addiction - Interview
August 21 - T's Stuff - Spotlight
August 22 - The Avid Reader - Excerpt
August 23 - Beach Bound Books - Spotlight
August 24 - Dani the Bookaholic - Excerpt
August 25 - Silver Dagger Scriptorium - Spotlight
August 27 - Truly Trendy - Excerpt
August 28 - Momma Says to Read or Not To Read - Spotlight
August 30 - Book Reviews by Virginia Lee - Spotlight
September 3 - Texas Book Nook - Review
September 4 - Dina Rae Writes Stuff - Spotlight
September 5 - The Indie Express - Review
September 6 - Virginia Lee - Spotlight
September 7 - Chapters Through Life - Spotlight
September 11 - On a Reading Bender - Review
September 12 - Indie Ink - Guest Post
September 13 - Momma and Her Stories - Excerpt
September 14 - Book Junkiez - Spotlight
September 18 - Sapphyria's Book Blog - Spotlight
September 19 - Vixen Book Addict - Review
September 21 - Laura's Interests - Excerpt
September 24 - Evermore Books - Spotlight
September 25 - Tea Time and Books - Spotlight
September 26 - Novel News Network - Review
September 27 - Drops of Ink - Spotlight



David Gillespie moved to Hawaii as a teenager, where he attended public schools and graduated with a BBA and MBA from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.


Gillespie has had a varied career in Hawaii’s business community. As a consultant with a University of Hawaii program, he traveled to many Pacific Island nations. His experiences in these exotic locales, along with his keen interest and research about the Sen-Toku Japanese submarines, inform and enhance his writing.


Gillespie is retired and has taken up home improvement projects, earned a private pilot license, and works on writing historical adventure novels. He continues to enjoy life in Hawaii, his home, with his family and a tuxedo cat named Tick Tock.



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Friday, September 21, 2018

Tour Wrap Up: Pandemonium by @motorcitysean #wrapup #giveaway #fantasy #action




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Dark fantasy/action adventure
Published Date: September 9, 2018

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 Jackson Armstrong is blessed with an extraordinary memory and a young son who loves him. He is also cursed with a compulsion to gamble that has cost him nearly everything. While chasing another big win, Jackson is killed in a car theft gone wrong and finds himself trapped in Pandemonium, a hellish, urban netherworld where demons rule over man.

Before long, Jackson begins having visions of a mysterious portal.  Convinced his visions are the key to escaping Pandemonium and returning home to his son, Jackson forms an unlikely alliance with Lilith, a mysterious demon who has an agenda all her own. As the two are relentlessly pursued by an evil older than time itself, they must navigate their way across a brutal, fantastical landscape and find the portal before it closes forever .

Pandemonium is a dark fantasy adventure that will take readers to the depths of a richly imagined hell unlike any they have experienced before.




This novel has a current Amazon Rating of 4.2*s.
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Did you miss any of the stops on this Tour?

September 10 - Laurie's Thoughts and Reviews - Guest Post
September 11 - Coffee and Books - Spotlight
September 12 - Nana's Book Reviews - Excerpt
September 13 - Beach Bound Books - Spotlight
September 14 - Texas Book Nook - Review
September 15 - Indie Ink - Excerpt
September 16 - Truly Trendy - Spotlight
September 16 - I'm All About Books - Spotlight
September 17 - The Indie Express - Review
September 18 - Valerie Ullmer - Excerpt
September 19 - A Life Through Books - Interview
September 20 - Novel News Network - Review




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Sean Farley is an author living in Detroit, Michigan. “Pandemonium” is his debut novel.  He attended Wayne State University where he received his master’s degree in English. He has also written for The Detroit News.




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Tour Wrap Up: Days of Reign by @ElisaHansenAU #review #wrapup #dystopian #giveaway


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Dystopian Fiction
Date Published: June 29, 2018

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Described as Dune meets The Hunger Games, this epic narrative of survival will have you in suspense and intrigue. Set in the futuristic world of Eldon, our hero, Zelenka, is forced to abandon everything she loves for a chance at freedom.

With parallels to today’s global crises, this book will have you questioning; would you risk it all?

It is year 2107 and the planet which was once called Earth (now Eldon), is ruled by a single, oppressive government.  Many of those who suffered under the tyrannical rule of Eldon, have fled to a neighbouring planet, Amaryllis, and attempted to grow a utopian society.

Relations between the two worlds are fraught.  Each believe the other to be evil.  Each believe it is their responsibility to save humankind from the other.

Within this interplanetary political backdrop, lives Zelenka.  The Eldonian teenager is forced to hide her intelligence and knowledge.  Na├»ve and idealistic, she has never fitted into Eldonian life.  She longs to openly be herself but is terrified of the government’s harsh rules and punishments.

“Zelenka is a true hero to me,” says the author, Elisa Hansen. “She has a strength of character that I see in many women facing similar fates today. Facets of the Eldon society mirror the present. Our heroes should not always the ones who succeed, but the people with true intent, and drive, to change.”



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Did you miss any of the stops on this Tour?


September 3 - Nana's Book Reviews - Spotlight
September 4 - Indie Ink - Interview
September 5 - The Bookworm Lodge - Spotlight
September 6 - Valerie Ullmer - Excerpt
September 7 - Dani the Bookaholic - Spotlight
September 8 - Stacking My Bookshelves - Excerpt
September 9 - Just Books - Spotlight 
September 10 - Laurie's Thoughts and Reviews - Guest Post
September 11 - Virginia Lee - Spotlight
September 12 - Texas Book Nook - Review
September 13 - Bookish Reviews - Spotlight
September 14 - Beach Bound Books - Excerpt
September 15 - The Avid Reader - Interview
September 16 - Evermore Books - Excerpt
September 17 - Adventures in Lit - Review
September 18 - Jazzy's Book Reviews - Excerpt
September 19 - The Indie Express - Review
September 20 - Book Addict - Spotlight
September 21 - On a Reading Bender - Review




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Growing up in Melbourne, Australia, Elisa Hansen was curious about other worlds. The travel bug bit her young, and she spent her early years with a pack on her back and hiking boots on her feet. Beyond exploring she loves to dance, cook, eat, learn other languages and paint.







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