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TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS for October 20th – 24th

Posted By on October 19, 2014

Beyond Coincidence by Jacquie Underdown

Beyond Coincidence

Monday, October 20th:  Books Like Breathing

Tuesday, October 20th: Great Minds Read Alike.

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Gutenberg’s Apprentice by Alix Christie

Gutenberg's ApprenticeMonday, October 20th: Read Lately

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Painting Juliana by Martha Louise Hunter

Painting JulianaMonday, October 20th: The Road to Here

Tuesday, October 21st: 5 Minutes For Books

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How to Build a Girl by Caitlin Moran

How to Build a GirlMonday, October 20th: Consuming Culture

Tuesday, October 21st: Drey’s Library

Wednesday, October 22nd: The Whynott Blog

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Ghost Horse by Thomas McNeely

Ghost HorseMonday, October 20th: Svetlana’s Reads and Views

Tuesday, October 21st: Book Loving Hippo

Wednesday, October 22nd: Walking With Nora

Thursday, October 23rd: Readers’ Oasis

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Village of Secrets by Caroline Morehead

Village of SecretsMonday, October 20th: Man of La Book

Tuesday, October 21st: Love at First Book

Wednesday, October 22nd: Ace and Hoser Blook

Thursday, October 23rd: JulzReads

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Man V. Nature by Diane Cook

Man V NatureMonday, October 20th: The Well-Read Redhead

Tuesday, October 21st: BoundbyWords

Wednesday, October 22nd: A Lovely Bookshelf on the Wall

Thursday, October 23rd: Svetlana’s Reads and Views

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The Moonlight Palace by Liz Rosenberg

The Moonlight PalaceMonday, October 20th: The Whimsical Cottage

Tuesday, October 21st: No More Grumpy Bookseller

Wednesday, October 22nd: BookNAround

Thursday, October 23rd: Broken Teepee

Friday, October 24th: Wensend

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The Unforgivable Fix by T. E. Woods

The Unforgivable FixMonday, October 20th:  She Treads Softly

Monday, October 20th: My Shelf Confessions – Wonderfully Wicked Read-A-Thon Giveaway

Tuesday, October 21st:  Kahakai Kitchen

Wednesday, October 22nd:  Bibliotica

Thursday, October 23rd:  The Novel Life

Friday, October 24th:  Queen of All She Reads

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The Lost Tribe of Coney Island by Claire Prentice

The LOST TRIBE OF CONEY ISLAND_Final Cover

Monday, October 20th: Wordsmithonia

Tuesday, October 21st: Svetlana’s Reads and Views

Wednesday, October 22nd: She Treads Softly

Thursday, October 23rd:  Diary of a Stay at Home Mom

Friday, October 24th:  Dwell in Possibility

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Land of Dreams by Kate Kerrigan

Land of DreamsMonday, October 20th: Savvy Verse & Wit

Tuesday, October 21st: FictionZeal

Wednesday, October 22nd: No More Grumpy Bookseller

Thursday, October 23rd: 5 Minutes For Books

Friday, October 24th: bookchickdi

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How to Bake a Man by Jessica Barksdale Inclán

How to Bake a ManMonday, October 20th:  Bewitched Bookworms

Tuesday, October 21st:  Giraffe Days

Wednesday, October 22nd:  WV Stitcher

Thursday, October 23rd:  Leigh Kramer

Friday, October 24th:  Books à la Mode

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Certainty by Victor Bevine

Certainty_A-Novel_Victor-Bevine_96dpi-677x1024Monday, October 20th: Time 2 Read

Tuesday, October 21st: Patricia’s Wisdom

Wednesday, October 22nd:  Booksie’s Blog

Thursday, October 23rd: Jorie Loves a Story

Friday, October 24th: No More Grumpy Bookseller

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Us by David Nicholls

UsMonday, October 20th: Patricia’s Wisdom

Tuesday, October 21st:  A Bookish Way of Life

Wednesday, October 22nd: Vox Libris

Thursday, October 23rd: The Scarlet letter

Friday, October 24th: Giraffe Days

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A Breast Cancer Alphabet by Madhulika Sikka

A Breast Cancer AlphabetMonday, October 20th: Lesa’s Book Critiques

Monday, October 20th: From the TBR Pile

Monday, October 20th: Laura’s Book List – giveaway

Tuesday, October 21st: Sincerely Stacie

Tuesday, October 21st: My Shelf Confessions

Thursday, October 23rd: Luxury Reading

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Prism by Roland Allnach

PrismMonday, October 20th: The Reader’s Hollow

Tuesday, October 21st: Becca Rowan

Thursday, October 23rd: Spiced Latte Reads

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The Summer of Long Knives by Jim Snowden

The Summer of Long KnivesMonday, October 20th: Omnimystery News – author guest post

Wednesday, October 22nd: From the TBR Pile

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Age of Opportunity by Laurence Steinberg

Age of OpportunityMonday, October 20th: Overstuffed

Wednesday, October 22nd: Tina Says …

Thursday, October 23rd: Evil Joy Speaks

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The Heart Does Not Grow Back by Fred Venturini

The Heart Does Not Grow Back 3Monday, October 20th: Bell, Book & Candle

Wednesday, October 22nd:  My Shelf Confessions – Wonderfully Wicked Read-A-Thon Giveaway

Thursday, October 23rd: Saints and Sinners

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The Betrayed by Heather Graham

The BetrayedMonday, October 20th:  Tiffany’s Bookshelf

Thursday, October 23rd: My Shelf Confessions – Wonderfully Wicked Read-A-Thon Giveaway

Thursday, October 23rd: Harlie’s Books

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This Dark Road to Mercy by Wiley Cash

This Dark Road To MercyTuesday, October 21st: Mom’s Small Victories

Tuesday, October 21st: Tutu’s Two Cents

Wednesday, October 22nd: nightlyreading

Thursday, October 23rd: Fourth Street Review

Friday, October 24th: Lit and Life

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Bird in Hand by Christina Baker Kline

Bird In HandTuesday, October 21st: Kritters Ramblings

Thursday, October 23th: Books in the Burbs

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Memory Card Full by Liz Weber

Memory Card FullTuesday, October 21st: bookchickdi

Thursday, October 23rd: Tiffany’s Bookshelf

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Aunty Lee’s Deadly Specials by Ovidia Yu

Aunty Lee's Deadly SpecialsWednesday, October 22nd: My Bookshelf

Thursday, October 23rd: Bibliophilia, Please

Friday, October 24th: Jorie Loves a Story

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Olde School by Selah Janel

Olde SchoolThursday, October 23rd: Bibliotica

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Angel Killer by Andrew Mayne

Angel KillerFriday, October 24th: A Dream Within a Dream

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TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS for October 13th – 17th

Posted By on October 13, 2014

My Thinning Years by Jon Derek Croteau

My Thinning YearsMonday, October 13th: Wildmoo Books

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A Brief Moment of Weightlessness by Victoria Fish

A Brief Moment of Weightlessness -Monday, October 13th:  The Things You Can Read

Tuesday, October 14th:  Under My Apple Tree

Wednesday, October 15th:  5 Minutes for Books

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Ghost Horse by Thomas McNeely

Ghost HorseMonday, October 13th: From the TBR Pile

Tuesday, October 14th: Patricia’s Wisdom

Wednesday, October 15th: Bookie Wookie

Thursday, October 16th: Fuelled by Fiction

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Age of Opportunity by Laurence Steinberg

Age of OpportunityMonday, October 13th: Family Volley

Tuesday, October 14th: Mom in Love With Fiction

Wednesday, October 15th: Harry Times … all jacked up

Thursday, October 16th: Lone Kate

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How to Bake a Man by Jessica Barksdale Inclán

How to Bake a ManMonday, October 13th:  Book Marks the Spot

Monday, October 13th:  A Chick Who Reads

Tuesday, October 14th:  girlichef

Wednesday, October 15th:  Nightly Reading

Thursday, October 16th: Bookchickdi

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The Heart Does Not Grow Back by Fred Venturini

The Heart Does Not Grow Back 3Monday, October 13th: Benni’s Bookbiters

Tuesday, October 14th: Books a la Mode – author guest post

Wednesday, October 15th: Read a Latte

Thursday, October 16th: Benni’s Bookbiters – an unofficial soundtrack

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Ryder by Nick Pengelley

RyderMonday, October 13th: By the Book Reviews

Tuesday, October 14th: the smitten word

Wednesday, October 15th: Dwell in Possibility

Thursday, October 16th: Queen of All She Reads

Friday, October 17th: 2 Kids and Tired Books

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Angel Killer by Andrew Mayne

Angel KillerMonday, October 13th: Tales of a Book Addict

Tuesday, October 14th: No More Grumpy Bookseller

Wednesday, October 15th: Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks

Wednesday, October 15th: A Bookworm’s World

Thursday, October 16th: Book Marks the Spot

Friday, October 17th: Girl Lost in a Book

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The Moonlight Palace by Liz Rosenberg

The Moonlight PalaceMonday, October 13th: Bibliotica

Tuesday, October 14th: Book Dilettante

Wednesday, October 15th: Svetlana’s Reads and Views

Thursday, October 16th: Brooke Blogs

Friday, October 17th: Good Girl Gone Redneck

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The Lost Tribe of Coney Island by Claire Prentice

The LOST TRIBE OF CONEY ISLAND_Final CoverMonday, October 13th: Sophisticated Darkness

Monday, October 13th: Booksie’s Blog

Tuesday, October 14th: Kahakai Kitchen

Tuesday, October 14th: Time 2 Read

Wednesday, October 15th: Patricia’s Wisdom

Thursday, October 16th: 50 Book Project

Friday, October 17th: Padre Steve

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A Penny for the Hangman by Tom Savage

A Penny for the HangmanMonday, October 13th: Bell, Book & Candle

Monday, October 13th: Omnimystery News - author guest post

Tuesday, October 14th: 2 Kids and Tired Books

Wednesday, October 15th: Sammy the Bookworm

Thursday, October 16th: Musings of a Bookish Kitty

Friday, October 17th: Benni’s Bookbiters

Friday, October 17th: My Shelf Confessions – Wonderfully Wicked Read-A-Thon Giveaway

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Olde School by Selah Janel

Olde SchoolMonday, October 13th: Must Read Faster

Tuesday, October 14th: Booksie’s Blog

Wednesday, October 15th: Priscilla and Her Books

Thursday, October 16th: Sidewalk Shoes

Friday, October 17th: Reading Reality

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How to Build a Girl by Caitlin Moran

How to Build a GirlMonday, October 13th: A Bookish Affair

Tuesday, October 14th: Bibliotica

Tuesday, October 14th: Sara’s Organized Chaos

Wednesday, October 15th: guiltless reading

Thursday, October 16th: Cerebral Girl in a Redneck World

Friday, October 17th: Books à la Mode

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Us by David Nicholls

UsMonday, October 13th: BookNAround

Tuesday, October 14th: Bibliosue

Wednesday, October 15th: Reading in Black & White

Thursday, October 16th: Every Free Chance Book Reviews

Friday, October 17th: 5 Minutes For Books

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Gutenberg’s Apprentice by Alix Christie

Gutenberg's ApprenticeMonday, October 13th: Doing Dewey

Tuesday, October 14th: Bibliophilia, Please

Wednesday, October 15th: More Than Just Magic

Friday, October 17th: WildmooBooks

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Butternut Summer by Mary McNear

Butternut SummerMonday, October 13th: Rockin’ Book Reviews

Tuesday, October 14th: From the TBR Pile

Tuesday, October 14th: Jorie Loves a Story

Thursday, October 16th: View from the Birdhouse

Friday, October 17th: Peeking Between the Pages

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A Breast Cancer Alphabet by Madhulika Sikka

A Breast Cancer AlphabetMonday, October 13th: A Chick Who Reads

Tuesday, October 14th: Nightly Reading

Thursday, October 16th: Back Porchervations

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Aunty Lee’s Deadly Specials by Ovidia Yu

Aunty Lee's Deadly SpecialsMonday, October 13th: Olduvai’s Reads

Tuesday, October 14th: A Bookish Way of Life

Thursday, October 16th: Tutu’s Two Cents

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The Betrayed by Heather Graham

The BetrayedMonday, October 13th: Peeking Between the Pages

Wednesday, October 15th:  Bibliotica

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Lust by Diana Raab

LUST COVER_Revised copyMonday, October 13th: Necromancy Never Pays

Wednesday, October 15th: Book Reviews by Lanise Brown

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The Unforgivable Fix by T. E. Woods

The Unforgivable FixMonday, October 13th:  Patricia’s Wisdom

Wednesday, October 15th:  Back Porchervations

Thursday, October 16th:  FictionZeal

Friday, October 17th:  Mystery Playground – “Drinks with Reads” guest post

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The Summer of Long Knives by Jim Snowden

The Summer of Long KnivesMonday, October 13th: No More Grumpy Bookseller

Thursday, October 16th: Svetlana’s Reads and Views

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Beyond Coincidence by Jacquie Underdown

Beyond CoincidenceMonday, October 13th:  Books Like Breathing

Thursday, October 16th: Great Minds Read Alike

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Painting Juliana by Martha Louise Hunter

Painting JulianaMonday, October 13th: BoundbyWords

Thursday, October 16th: M. Denise C.

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Land of Dreams by Kate Kerrigan

Land of DreamsTuesday, October 14th: Kritters Ramblings

Wednesday, October 15th: Diary of an Eccentric

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GI Brides by Duncan Barrett and Nuala Calvi

GI BridesTuesday, October 14th: Read. Write. Repeat.

Wednesday, October 15th: Sammy the Bookworm

Thursday, October 16th: Man of La Book

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Man V. Nature by Diane Cook

Man V NatureTuesday, October 14th: missris

Wednesday, October 15th: Book Hooked Blog

Thursday, October 16th: The Book Binder’s Daughter

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Village of Secrets by Caroline Morehead

Village of SecretsTuesday, October 14th: Love at First Book

Wednesday, October 15th: The Year in Books

Thursday, October 16th: nightlyreading

Friday, October 17th: Back Porchervations

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The Night Visitor by Dianne Emley

The Night VisitorTuesday, October 14th:  Booked on a Feeling 

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Daring: My Passages by Gail Sheehy

Daring My PassagesWednesday, October 15th: Under a Gray Sky

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The Monogram Murders by Sophie Hannah

The Monogram MurdersWednesday, October 15th: Olduvai Reads

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Bird in Hand by Christina Baker Kline

Bird In HandThursday, October 16th: I’d Rather Be At The Beach

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Michelle Bailat-Jones, author of Fog Island Mountains, on tour November/December 2014

Posted By on October 9, 2014

Fog Island MountainsAbout Fog Island Mountains

  • Paperback: 176 pages
  • Publisher: Tantor Media, Inc. (November 4, 2014)

What if you could rewrite a tragedy? What if you could give grace to someone’s greatest mistake?

Huddled beneath the volcanoes of the Kirishima mountain range in southern Japan, also called the Fog Island Mountains, the inhabitants of small town Komachi are waiting for the biggest of the summer’s typhoons. South African expatriate Alec Chester has lived in Komachi for nearly forty years. Alec considers himself an ordinary man, with common troubles and mundane achievements until his doctor gives him a terminal cancer diagnosis and his wife, Kanae, disappears into the gathering storm. Kanae flees from the terrifying reality of Alec’s diagnosis, even going so far as to tell a childhood friend that she is already a widow. Her willful avoidance of the truth leads her to commit a grave infidelity, and only when Alec is suspected of checking himself out of the hospital to commit a quiet suicide does Kanae come home to face what it will mean to lose her husband.

Narrating this story is Azami, one of Komachi’s oldest and most peculiar inhabitants, the daughter of a famous storyteller with a mysterious story of her own. A haunting and beautiful reinterpretation of the Japanese kitsune folktale tradition, Fog Island Mountains is a novel about the dangers of action taken in grief and of a belief in healing through storytelling.

“Transporting and lyrical, Fog Island Mountains takes a poignant look into a couple’s struggle with terminal illness, and uncovers the sustaining presence of memory, myth, and history in a small Japanese community. Narrated by the all-knowing local storyteller, who provides a perceptive communal voice, Bailat-Jones’s novel is part poem, part suspense story, propelled by the violence of a summer typhoon, the complications of the characters’ grief, and spare, elegiac prose that weaves its own urgent spell.” —Karen Brown, author of The Longings of Wayward Girls

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authorpic_Credit_Danielle Libine copyAbout Michelle Bailat-Jones

Michelle Bailat-Jones is a writer and translator. Her novel Fog Island Mountains won the Christopher Doheny Award from the Center for Fiction in New York City. She translated Charles Ferdinand Ramuz s 1927 Swiss classic Beauty on Earth. She is the reviews editor at the web journal Necessary Fiction, and her fiction, poetry, translations, and criticism have appeared in a number of journals, including the Kenyon Review, Hayden’s Ferry Review, the Quarterly Conversation, PANK, Spolia Mag, Two Serious Ladies, and the Atticus Review. Michelle lives in Switzerland.

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Michelle Bailat-Jones TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS:

Tuesday, November 4th: The Discerning Reader

Thursday, November 6th: BookNAround

Tuesday, November 11th: No More Grumpy Bookseller

Thursday, November 13th: Bell, Book, & Candle

Monday, November 17th: Book Nerd

Thursday, November 20th: Too Fond

Monday, December 1st: Sara’s Organized Chaos

Tuesday, December 2nd: Bibliotica

Wednesday, December 3rd: Regular Rumination

Friday, December 5th: Patricia’s Wisdom

Monday, December 8th: Book Dilettante

Tuesday, December 9th: Olduvai Reads

Wednesday, December 10th: Svetlana’s Reads and Views

Ellen Hawley, author of The Divorce Diet, on tour January 2015

Posted By on October 9, 2014

the divorce dietAbout The Divorce Diet

Paperback: 240 pages

Publisher: Kensington (December 30, 2014)

The Divorce Diet is dedicated to every woman who ever walked away from a relationship—or a diet.
 
Abigail, an inspired cook and stay-at-home mother, decides to repair the problems in her marriage with a diet book for herself and an elaborate birthday dinner for her husband. But over dinner her husband announces that the whole marriage thing just doesn’t work for him. Reeling, she packs up her baby, her cookbooks, and her single estate extra virgin olive oil and moves in with her parents while she looks for work and child care.
 
Floundering and broke in this life she didn’t choose, she turns for guidance and emotional support to the internalized voice of her diet book, and it becomes her invisible guru. While she struggles to reconcile the joy she takes in cooking with the book’s joyless and increasingly bizarre recipes and her native good sense with its advice, she works her way from one underpaid job to the next, eats everything but what her diet book recommends, and swears to get her life in order before her daughter’s old enough to create long-term memories.
 
Her diet book has promised to help her become the person she wants to be, but it’s only when she strikes out on her own that she figures out who that is.

Praise for The Divorce Diet

“Revenge is sweet. Reinventing yourself is even sweeter.” Cathy Lamb, author of What I Most Remember

“Food and love and loss and resilience—and a terrific narrative playfulness—are Hawley’s recipe for a slyly entertaining and heartening novel.” Daniel Menaker, author of My Mistake: A Memoir

“With all the pluck of Helen Fielding’s Bridget Jones and sardonic good humor of Lorrie Moore, Ellen Hawley serves us a treat of a novel. Read it and you too will have a deliciously good time.” David Haynes, author of A Star in the Face of the Sky

Unexpectedly deep and humorous . . . a sweet and realistic story about how the smallest of comforts can provide the greatest abundance and joy.” Margaret Dilloway, author of How to Be an American Housewife

“Ellen Hawley writes wry and poignant prose that keeps you laughing and reading well after your bedtime.” Lisa Alther, author of Washed in the Blood

“Enchanting and engaging. Newly single mom Abigail finds revenge, redemption and reinvention in the kitchen, not to mention a second chance at life, love and self-esteem.” Michele Morris, author of If I Should Die Before I Wake

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_DSC8612About Ellen Hawley

Ellen Hawley has published two previous novels, Open Line (Coffee House Press, 2008) and Trip Sheets (Milkweed Editions, 1998). She has worked as an editor and copy editor, a creative writing teacher, a talk show host, a cab driver, a waitress, an assembler, a janitor, a file clerk, and for four panic-filled hours a receptionist. She lived in Minnesota for forty years and now lives in Cornwall, where she feeds a blog—as well as two cats, one dog, one partner, and any friends who stop by. Awards include a Writer’s Voice Capricorn Award, a Minnesota State Arts Board Grant, and a Loft-McKnight Award.

Connect with Ellen

Blog | Website | Twitter

Ellen Hawley’s TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS:

Monday, January 5th: Patricia’s Wisdom

Tuesday, January 6th: Bibliotica

Wednesday, January 7th: Books a la Mode – guest post and giveaway

Thursday, January 8th: Annabel and Alice

Monday, January 12th: The Well Read Redhead

Tuesday, January 13th: Kahakai Kitchen

Wednesday, January 14th: West Metro Mommy Reads

Thursday, January 15th: BookNAround

Monday, January 19th: The Discerning Reader

Tuesday, January 20th: Reading and Eating

Wednesday, January 21st: Bell, Book & Candle

Thursday, January 22nd: girlichef

Friday, January 23rd: A Chick Who Reads

Monday, January 26th: Snowdrop Dreams of Books

Tuesday, January 27th: Bibliophiliac

Wednesday, January 28th: I’d Rather Be at the Beach

Eve Karlin, author of City of Liars and Thieves, on tour January 2015

Posted By on October 9, 2014

City of Liars and ThievesAbout City of Liars and Thieves

On Sale: January 13, 2015
Pages: 266
Published by : Alibi

A crime that rocked a city. A case that stunned a nation. Based on the United States’ first recorded murder trial, Eve Karlin’s spellbinding debut novel re-creates early nineteenth-century New York City, where a love affair ends in a brutal murder and a conspiracy involving Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr erupts in shattering violence.

It is high time to tell the truth. Time for justice. . . . How she was murdered and why she haunts me. It is not only Elma’s story, it’s mine.

On the bustling docks of the Hudson River, Catherine Ring waits with her husband and children for the ship carrying her cousin, Elma Sands. Their Greenwich Street boardinghouse becomes a haven for Elma, who has at last escaped the stifling confines of her small hometown and the shameful circumstances of her birth. But in the summer of 1799, Manhattan remains a teeming cesspool of stagnant swamps and polluted rivers. The city is desperate for clean water as fires wreak devastation and the death toll from yellow fever surges.

Political tensions are rising, too. It’s an election year, and Alexander Hamilton is hungry for power. So is his rival, Aaron Burr, who has announced the formation of the Manhattan Water Company. But their private struggle becomes very public when the body of Elma Sands is found at the bottom of a city well built by Burr’s company.

Resolved to see justice done, Catherine becomes both witness and avenger. She soon finds, however, that the shocking truth behind this trial has nothing to do with guilt or innocence.

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About Eve Karlin

Eve Karlin was born and raised in New York City. She is a graduate of Colgate University, where she studied literature and creative writing with Frederick Busch. Karlin worked in publishing for more than a decade in marketing, at Random House, Newsweek, and, later, as a foreign book scout with clients in the United Kingdom, Italy, Holland, Brazil, and Japan. She has had several short stories published in The East Hampton Star and has been a contributing writer for Patch.com. She lives in East Hampton, New York, with her husband and their sixteen-year-old triplets. City of Liars and Thieves is her first book.

Eve Karlin’s TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS:

Tuesday, January 6th: Mystery Playground

Wednesday, January 7th: Bibliophilia, Please

Friday, January 9th: Fiction Zeal

Monday, January 12th: History from a Woman’s Perspective

Monday, January 12th: Omnimystery News – author guest post

Tuesday, January 13th: Dwell in Possibility

Tuessday, January 13th: Kritter’s Ramblings

Wednesday, January 14th: No More Grumpy Bookseller

Thursday, January 15th: Back Porchervations

Friday, January 16th: Reading Reality

Monday, January 19th: From the TBR Pile

Tuesday, January 20th: Sarah’s Book Shelves

Wednesday, January 21st: A Fantastical Librarian

Thursday, January 22nd: Chew & Digest Books

Friday, January 23rd: Tiffany’s Bookshelf

Monday, January 26th: Brooke Blogs

Tuesday, January 27th: Tales of a Book Addict

Wednesday, January 28th: Staircase Wit

Thursday, January 29th: 100 Pages a Day… Stephanie’s Book Reviews

Friday, January 30th: Books in the Burbs