Saturday, May 29, 2021

Tour Wrap Up: Sing to Me of Rain by E.B. Dawson #blogtour #wrapup #middlegrade #giveaway #fantasy #rabtbooktours @ebdawsonwriting




Middle-Grade Fantasy

Date Published: 5/22/21



An innocent naiad. A wounded boy. An adventure that will change their lives forever.

Plip is a naiad of the Great Waterfall, destined to one day sing the songs that send rain out into the world.

Akino isn’t destined for anything but trouble. His father long gone, his mother working on a plantation far away, he doesn’t really belong in the village below the Waterfall. And the villagers don’t let him forget it.

When Akino convinces Plip to travel down the mountain with him, for his own selfish purposes, he launches them into a world more dangerous than either of them could imagine. A world where people are not always what they seem and the rain does not fall evenly across the land.




 Currently a 4.6* Rating on Amazon



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May 19 - Lisa's Reading - Excerpt

May 20 - B for Book Review - Excerpt

May 21 - Sylv Net - Spotlight

May 21 - The Indie Express - Review

May 22 - Book Junkiez - Excerpt

May 23 - Jazzy Book Reviews - Excerpt

May 24 - Texas Book Nook - Review

May 25 - A Slice of Orange - Guest Post

May 26 - Jane Mouttet - Review

May 27 - Dina Rae's Write Stuff - Spotlight

May 28 - The Avid Reader - Interview


About the Author


E.B. Dawson was born out of time. Raised in the remote regions of a developing nation, traveling to America was as good as traveling thirty years into the future. Now she writes science fiction and fantasy to make sense of her unusual perspectives on life. Her stories acknowledge darkness, but empower and encourage people to keep on fighting, no matter how difficult their circumstances may be. She currently lives in Idaho with her family and her cat Maximus.


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Friday, May 28, 2021

Tour Wrap Up: Wesley Yorstead Goes Outside by Stephanie Harper @StephHarWrites #blogtour #wrapup #fiction #literary #giveaway #rabtbooktours

 

 

 

Contemporary Fiction, Literary Fiction

Date Published: October 26, 2020

Publisher: Propertius Press


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When an agoraphobic man develops a relationship with a vivacious grocery delivery woman, the order he prescribes to his apartment, and his world, begins to crumble around him. Wesley Yorstead Goes Outside explores the life of Wesley Yorstead, a thirty-three year old graphic novelist who suffers from a severe case of agoraphobia that has kept him shut inside for over five years. When he meets Happy Lafferty for the first time, delivering groceries on behalf of her father’s neighborhood market, Wesley can’t shake the inherent magnetism between them and seeks to get to know this young woman who invades his space—both physical and mental. As their relationship grows more intimate, the restrictions of his situation become an even greater obstacle. When Happy’s past comes back to haunt her, Wesley must decide if he can finally leave his apartment to help. A meditation on anxiety, fear, and human connection, Wesley Yorstead Goes Outside asks the reader to consider what our fears take away from our lives, and how we might overcome them.


Finalist for the Colorado Book Awards in the general fiction category




Currently, a 4* Rating on Amazon, grab your copy now! 



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May 8 - Nana's Book Reviews - Spotlight

May 9 - Nesie's Place - Excerpt

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May 24 - Novel News Network - Review

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May 26 - Lilyana Shadowlyn - Spotlight

May 27 - The Indie Express - Review


About the Author

Stephanie Harper is the author of Wesley Yorstead Goes Outside (Propertius Press, 2020), as well as a poetry collection entitled Sermon Series (Finishing Line Press, 2017). She received her MFA in Creative Writing from Fairfield University. She’s written personal essays and articles for many publications online and in print. She currently lives in Littleton, CO.


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Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Tour Wrap Up: Coldwater Revenge by James A. Ross #blogtour #wrapup #mystery #giveaway #rabtbooktours

 

 

Mystery

Date Published: 4/27/2021

 Publisher: Level Best Books (S&S)


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COLDWATER REVENGE is the story of two brothers involved with the same woman, and the ensuing crisis when one brother begins to suspect the other of helping her cover up a murder.

 

 



Currently a 4.2* Rating on Amazon




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May 7 - Book Junkiez - Spotlight

May 8 - Our Town Book Reviews -Review

May 9 Geaux Get Lit -  Spotlight

May 10 - The Avid Reader - Interview




About the Author

James A. Ross has at various times been a Peace Corps Volunteer, a CBS News Producer in the Congo, a Congressional Staffer and a Wall Street Lawyer. His short fiction has appeared in numerous literary publications and his short story, Aux Secours, was recently nominated for a Pushcart prize.

 

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Friday, May 7, 2021

Tour Wrap Up: Aspen A Love Story by T.K. Lucaith

 



Romance

Date Published: eBook March 4, 2021 – print May 4, 2021



For two unlikely strangers, the snow swept mountains of Aspen remind us all that love and luck thrive on uneven ground. While newly widowed Mark stews in the shadows of success and loss, conservative Susan shoulders a weight of uncertainty from her romantic past. Can a single dinner for one change the course of fate? Can these starkly different individuals reconcile their own demons enough to see eye to eye? The scene may be right--but what of timing? In the heart of Colorado, under the watchful eye of the majestic Rocky Mountains, visionary Mark and stubborn Susan share a dance of swirling emotions that can only lead to something explosive. Suddenly, without meaning to, they set themselves down a path of self reflection--and personal reconciliation. Will Mark and Susan be able to overcome their own personal ideals and misgivings leading them to palpable passion? Even in the cold mountain town of Aspen--the flames of fervor flicker brightly.




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April 24 - Jazzy Book Reviews - Excerpt

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April 26 - The Indie Express - Review

April 27 - Lady Hawkeye - Spotlight

April 28 - Novel News Network - Review

April 29 - Book Junkiez - Excerpt

April 30 - A Life Through Books - Interview

May 3 - The Avid Reader - Interview

May 4 - Texas Book Nook - Review

May 5 - Dina Rae's Write Stuff - Spotlight

May 6 - My Reading Addiction - Interview

May 7 - Valerie Ullmer - Excerpt


About the Author

A hopeless romantic since the teenage years T. K. embarked on several relationships only to find emptiness in the end. Finally, the last of those relationships bore the fruit of true love, and after many years they are still together more in love than ever before. These relationships, along with a diversified work background, have provided T. K. with vast knowledge from which to draw upon for character and story development. T. K. has a passion for good food and great wine while enjoying a really good love story. T. K. and family – which include two very spoiled cats – live in the Southwestern US.


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Tour Wrap Up: The Bifurcation of Dungsten Crease by Richard Hacker #blogtour #wrapup #giveaway #sciencefiction #scifi #rabtbooktours

 


 


Science Fiction

Date Published: March 15, 2021

Publisher: Del Sol Press



In the course of a morning, Dungsten Crease resurrects his neighbor’s dog, is arrested by TSA for carrying a weapon which never existed, and drowns a woman at an airline ticket counter—or could he be hallucinating? In his panic he locks himself in the men's room of a coffee shop only to find a strange man in cycling togs sharing the space. The lanky intruder claims to be Dungsten’s neurally implanted concierge unit who has two disturbing messages. Dungsten is a Shaper—an obsolete, genetically programmed tool created by a bankrupt galactic corporation to terraform planetary experiences for vacationing clients; and the woman he inadvertently killed at the airport with his Shaper abilities will be the love of his life. Attracting government agents who want to weaponize him and Galactic Business Council assassins who want to terminate him, fear drives the Shaper within to inadvertently bifurcate, a second Dungsten also now running from his pursuers. But bifurcation comes at a price: loss of appetite, swelling of the hands and feet, an erection lasting longer than four hours, loss of bladder control, rectal bleeding, psychosis, convulsions, and sudden death. To pull himself back together and if he’s lucky, survive, he must master his Shaper abilities before he becomes a victim, or worse, accidentally destroys Earth and everyone he loves along with it.




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April 12- Teatime and Books - Spotlight
April 13 - Nana's Book Reviews - Spotlight
April 14 - Texas Book Nook - Review
April 15 - Momma Says to Read or Not to Read - Spotlight
April 16 - Bookish Kelly - Spotlight
April 19 - Sylv Net - Spotlight
April 20 - Jazzy Book Reviews - Excerpt
April 21 - Novel News Network - Review
April 22 - Crossroad Reviews - Spotlight
April 23 - A Life Through Books - Interview
April 26 - On a Reading Bender - Review
April 27 - Book Junkiez - Spotlight
April 28 - Book Corner News and Reviews - Spotlight
April 29 - Sapphyria's Books - Spotlight
April 30 - The Blind Scribe - Spotlight
May 3 - The Avid Reader - Interview
May 4 - My Reading Addiction - Interview
May 5 - Dina Rae's Write Stuff - Spotlight
May 7 - Valerie Ullmer - Excerpt


About the Author

Richard Hacker, lives and writes in Seattle, Washington after living many years in Austin, Texas. In addition to the science fiction/fantasy novels, which include The AlchimeĆ­a Series, his crime novels ride the thin line between fact and fiction in Texas. Along the way, his writing has been recognized by the Writer’s League of Texas and the Pacific Northwest Writers Association. As a judge in literary contests shuch as PNWA and ChicLit, and as a freelance development editor, he enjoys the opportunity to work with other writers. In addition, he is the Sci-Fi/Fantasy editor for the Del Sol Review. When not writing he’s singing jazz and creating visual art.


Del Sol Press books by Richard Hacker are available at Amazon

The AlchimeĆ­a Series

DIEBACK: Book One

VENGEANCE OF GRIMBALD: Book Two


Other books by Richard Hacker:

Nick Sibelius Crime Series

KILL’T DEAD OR WORSE

BUZZARD BAIT

ALL HAT AND NO CATTLE


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