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TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS for December 15th – 20th

Posted By on December 13, 2014

Duke City Hit by Max Austin

Duke City HitMonday, December 15th: Omnimystery News - author guest post

Monday, December 15th: Bell, Book & Candle

Tuesday, December 16th: CiCi’s Theories

Wednesday, December 17th: Reading to Distraction

Thursday, December 18th: Teena in Toronto

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The Wanderer’s Children by L. G. O’Connor

The Wanderer's ChildrenMonday, December 15th: Shelf of Imagination – author guest post

Tuesday, December 16th: girlichef

Wednesday, December 17th: Saints and Sinners Books

Thursday, December 18th: A Night’s Dream of Books

Thursday, December 18th: Kimber Leigh Writes – author guest post

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13 Hollywood Apes by Gil Reavill

13 Hollywood ApesMonday, December 15th: Nightly Reading

Monday, December 15th: Buried Under Books

Tuesday, December 16th: Open Book Society

Wednesday, December 17th: Omnimystery News – author guest post

Thursday, December 18th: Mom in Love with Fiction

Friday, December 19th: Book Nerd

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Woman With a Gun by Phillip Margolin

Woman with a GunMonday, December 15th: Fuelled by Fiction

Tuesday, December 16th: No More Grumpy Bookseller

Wednesday, December 17th: The Book Binder’s Daughter

Thursday, December 18th: Jenn’s Bookshelves

Friday, December 19th: Reading in Black & White

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Moriarty by Anthony Horowitz

MoriartyMonday, December 15th: Back Porchervations

Tuesday, December 16th: Booktalk & More

Wednesday, December 17th: My Bookish Ways

Wednesday, December 17th: Reading Reality

Thursday, December 18th: A Bookworm’s World

Friday, December 19th: For the Love of Words

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The Language of Hoofbeats by Catherine Ryan Hyde

The Language of Hoofbeats _Final-CoverMonday, December 15th: 5 Minutes for Books

Monday, December 15th: Back Porchervations

Tuesday, December 16th: Laura’s List

Wednesday, December 17th: Too Fond

Thursday, December 18th: Peeking Between the Pages

Friday, December 19th: I’d Rather Be at the Beach

Saturday, December 20th: Books a la Mode – author guest post

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The Kill List by Nichole Christoff

The Kill ListMonday, December 15th: From the TBR Pile

Tuesday, December 16th: Booked on a Feeling

Wednesday, December 17th: A Fantastical Librarian

Friday, December 19th: Tales of a Book Addict

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The Red Book of Primrose House by Marty Wingate

The Red Book of Primrose HouseTuesday, December 17th: Sharon’s Garden of Book Reviews

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The Unforgivable Fix by T. E. Woods

The Unforgivable FixThursday, December 18th: Back Porchervations

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Certainty by Victor Bevine

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Friday, December 19th: Back Porchervations

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James Hankins, author of Shady Cross, on tour February/March 2015

Posted By on December 12, 2014

Shady CrossAbout Shady Cross

Paperback: 308 pages

Publisher: Thomas & Mercer (February 24, 2015)

In one hand, small-time crook Stokes holds a backpack stuffed with someone else’s money—three hundred and fifty thousand dollars of it.

In the other hand, Stokes has a cell phone, which he found with the money. On the line, a little girl he doesn’t know asks, “Daddy? Are you coming to get me? They say if you give them the money they’ll let you take me home.”

From bestselling author James Hankins comes a wrenching story of an unscrupulous man torn between his survival instincts and the plight of a true innocent. Faced with the choice, Stokes discovers his conscience might not be as corroded as he thought.

[A] fine, offbeat novel . . . the author’s skill in bringing this off is magical, since Stokes is not an engaging rogue . . . a novel crammed with crackling dialogue and characters who are, unfortunately, all too true to life.”–Booklist 

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imagesAbout James Hankins

Bestselling author James Hankins pursued writing at an early age. While attending NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, he received the Chris Columbus Screenwriting Award. After career detours into screenwriting, health administration, and the law, Hankins recommitted himself to writing fiction. Since then, he has written three popular thrillers, each of which spent time in the Kindle Top 100. Additionally, Brothers and Bones received a starred review from Kirkus Reviews and was named to their list of Best Books of 2013, while both Jack of Spades and Drawnwere Amazon #1 bestsellers. He lives with his wife and twin sons just north of Boston.

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Susan Mallery, author of THE GIRLS OF MISCHIEF BAY, on tour January/February/March 2015

Posted By on December 11, 2014

We are so excited to announce a 2-part tour for the release of the first book in best selling romance author Susan Mallery’s brand-new Mischief Bay series!

Follow along the excerpt tour beginning in January, with long excerpts in consecutive order at each tour stop! A review tour will take place in February!

The Girls of Mischief BayAbout The Girls of Mischief Bay

  • Paperback: 416 pages
  • Publisher: Mira (February 24, 2015)

New York Times bestselling author Susan Mallery is world renowned for her “insightful, funny, and poignant” stories (Booklist). With her brand-new Mischief Bay series, Susan brings to vivid color the story of three friends on the brink of a new life.

Nicole Lord wants to be a good wife, but there’s a difference between being supportive and supporting her husband, who quit his job to write a screenplay she’s never seen. He won’t even help take care of their son, leaving Nicole to run the house and work full-time.

Sacrificing a personal life for her career is how Shannon Rigg became a VP at her firm, but she wonders now whether she made the right choice. An exciting new relationship with a great guy convinces her that it might not be too late—until he drops a bombshell that has her questioning whether she really can have it all.

Although Pam Eiland adores her husband, she feels restless now that the kids are grown. Finding sexy new ways to surprise him brings the heat and humor back to their marriage, but when unexpected change turns her life upside down, she’ll have to redefine herself. Again.

Through romance and heartbreak, laughter and tears, the girls of Mischief Bay will discover that life is richer with friends at your side.

“Best-selling romance author Mallery delves into light women’s fiction with this third Blackberry Island novel, maintaining her romantic charm and smooth voice yet embracing the freedom of a broader storyline with ease and a bit more depth.” Kirkus Reviews on EVENING STARS

“Mallery pulls out all the stops in this highly enjoyable and insightful, funny, and poignant look at self-sacrifice and romantic entanglement.”?Booklist, starred review, on EVENING STARS

“[A] joy for all of us who were rooting on the sidelines.”Publishers Weekly on EVENING STARS

“Will Nina prevail? Of course she will: this is romantic fiction. But the why and the how, and with whom, are all highly entertaining.”The Seattle Times on EVENING STARS

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Susan Mallery Author Photo 2About Susan Mallery

New York Times bestselling author Susan Mallery has won the hearts of millions of readers around the world with books described as “immensely entertaining, intensely emotional” (RT Book Reviews), “hilarious” (Fort Worth Star-Telegram), and “heartwarming” (Publishers Weekly). One major retailer recently described her as “the queen of romantic fiction.” While she deeply appreciates the accolades of critics and booksellers, Mallery is even more honored by the enthusiasm of her readers and the word-of-mouth that catapults her toward the top of the bestsellers lists time and again.

Mallery lives in not-so-sunny Seattle with her husband and a toy poodle who makes her laugh every day and who’s not even a little bit impressed by her growing fame.

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The Girls of Mischief Bay EXCERPT TOUR:

Monday, January 26th: Bewitched Bookworms

Tuesday, January 27th: Luxury Reading

Wednesday, January 28th: A Chick Who Reads

Thursday, January 29th: For the Love of Words

Friday, January 30th: The Romance Dish

Monday, February 2nd: Read – Love – Blog

Tuesday, February 3rd: Peeking Between the Pages

Wednesday, February 4th: Book Mama Blog

Thursday, February 5th: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

Monday, February 9th: Books a la Mode

Tuesday, February 10th: Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers

Wednesday, February 11th: Always with a Book

Thursday, February 12th: As the Pages Turn

Monday, February 16th: A Bookish Escape

Wednesday, February 18th: Why Girls are Weird 

Friday, February 20th: From the TBR Pile

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The Girls of Mischief Bay REVIEW TOUR:

Monday, February 23rd: The Romance Dish

Monday, February 23rd: A Bookish Escape

Tuesday, February 24th: Peeking Between the Pages

Tuesday, February 24th: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

Wednesday, February 25th: For the Love of Words

Wednesday, February 25th: 5 Minutes for Books

Thursday, February 26th: Read – Love – Blog

Friday, February 27th: Mom in Love with Fiction

Monday, March 2nd: Luxury Reading

Monday, March 2nd: As the Pages Turn

Tuesday, March 3rd: Bewitched Bookworms

Wednesday, March 4th: Always With a Book

Thursday, March 5th: A Chick Who Reads

Friday, March 6th: Not in Jersey

Monday, March 9th: Drey’s Library

Monday, March 9th: BookNAround

Tuesday, March 10th: Book Mama Blog

Wednesday, March 11th: Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers

Thursday, March 12th: From the TBR Pile

Monday, March 16th: Why Girls Are Weird

Tuesday, March 17th: Sara’s Organized Chaos

Wednesday, March 18th: Mary’s Cup of Tea

Elizabeth Hall, author of Miramont’s Ghost, on tour in February 2015

Posted By on December 9, 2014

Miramont's Ghost _Elizabeth HallAbout Miramont’s Ghost

  • Paperback: 334 pages
  • Publisher: Lake Union Publishing (February 1, 2015)

Miramont Castle, built in 1897 and mysteriously abandoned three years later, is home to many secrets. Only one person knows the truth: Adrienne Beauvier, granddaughter of the Comte de Challembelles and cousin to the man who built the castle.

Clairvoyant from the time she could talk, Adrienne’s visions show her the secrets of those around her. When her visions begin to reveal dark mysteries of her own aristocratic French family, Adrienne is confronted by her formidable Aunt Marie, who is determined to keep the young woman silent at any cost. Marie wrenches Adrienne from her home in France and takes her to America, to Miramont Castle, where she keeps the girl isolated and imprisoned. Surrounded by eerie premonitions, Adrienne is locked in a life-or-death struggle to learn the truth and escape her torment.

Reminiscent of Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca, this hauntingly atmospheric tale is inspired by historical research into the real-life Miramont Castle in Manitou Springs, Colorado.

“You might want to keep the lights on when you read Elizabeth Hall’s chilling debut, Miramont’s Ghost, in which a young girl who’s clairvoyant winds up exiled and imprisoned in the Miramont Castle in Colorado. Set in nineteenth-century France, this is sure to be a mesmerizing and haunting read!” —RT Book Reviews, “Forewords”

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About Elizabeth Hall

Elizabeth Hall spent most of her life in the mountains of Colorado, working as a teacher, writer, and radio show host. She now lives in the Pacific Northwest, where she writes and plays with fiber.

 

 

 

Elizabeth Hall’s TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS:

Monday, February 2nd: Read a Latte

Tuesday, February 3rd: Bookchickdi

Thursday, February 5th: The Book Binder’s Daughter

Friday, February 6th: No More Grumpy Bookseller

Monday, February 9th: Life is Story

Tuesday, February 10th: History from a Woman’s Perspective

Wednesday, February 11th: Sara’s Organized Chaos

Thursday, February 12th: Musings of a Bookish Kitty

Friday, February 13th: Book Nerd

Monday, February 16th: 100 Pages a Day

Tuesday, February 17th: Mary’s Cup of Tea 

Wednesday, February 18th: Bibliophilia, Please

Thursday, February 19th: Bibliotica

Monday, February 23rd: Reading Reality

Thursday, February 26th: Peeking Between the Pages

Monday, March 2nd: WV Stitcher

Thursday, March 5th: Jenn’s Bookshelves

Friday, March 6th: Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers

TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS for December 8th – 12th

Posted By on December 6, 2014

The Red Book of Primrose House by Marty Wingate

The Red Book of Primrose HouseMonday, December 8th: Brooke Blogs

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Fog Island Mountains by Michelle Bailat-Jones

Fog Island MountainsMonday, December 8th: Book Dilettante

Tuesday, December 9th: Olduvai Reads

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

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The Kill List by Nichole Christoff

The Kill ListMonday, December 8th: Read and Shelved

Tuesday, December 9th: Mom in Love with Fiction

Wednesday, December 10th: Book Nerd

Thursday, December 11th: Back Porchervations

Thursday, December 11th: Annabel and Alice

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The Language of Hoofbeats by Catherine Ryan Hyde

The Language of Hoofbeats _Final-CoverMonday, December 8th: My Bookshelf

Tuesday, December 9th: BookNAround

Wednesday, December 10th: Jorie Loves a Story

Thursday, December 11th: 100 Pages a Day….Stephanie’s Book Reviews

Friday, December 12th: Joyfully Retired

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Woman with a Gun by Phillip Margolin

Woman with a GunMonday, December 8th: The Daily Dosage

Tuesday, December 9th: From the TBR Pile

Wednesday, December 10th: Kahakai Kitchen

Wednesday, December 10th: Great Minds Read Alike

Thursday, December 11th: Bibliotica

Friday, December 12th: FictionZeal

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The Wanderer’s Children by L. G. O’Connor

The Wanderer's ChildrenMonday, December 8th: Peeking Between the Pages

Tuesday, December 9th: Reading Reality

Wednesday, December 10th: Sara’s Organized Chaos

Thursday, December 11th: Benni’s Bookbiters - author guest post

Thursday, December 11th: Ladybug Literature

Friday, December 12th: From the TBR Pile – review and Q&A

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13 Hollywood Apes by Gil Reavill

13 Hollywood ApesTuesday, December 9th: Bell, Book & Candle

Tuesday, December 9th: The Book Diva’s Reads – author guest post

Wednesday, December 10th: Back Porchervations

Thursday, December 11th: Lilac Reviews

Friday, December 12th: CiCi’s Theories

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Duke City Hit by Max Austin

Duke City HitTuesday, December 9th: Nightly Reading

Wednesday, December 10th: Patricia’s Wisdom

Thursday, December 11th: Reading Reality

Thursday, December 11th: Rhodes Review

Friday, December 12th: Mom in Love with Fiction

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Moriarty by Anthony Horowitz

MoriartyTuesday, December 9th: Booksie’s Blog

Wednesday, December 10th: Book Dilettante

Thursday, December 11th: I’d Rather Be At The Beach

Friday, December 12th: the crime segments

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The Dunning Man by Kevin Fortuna

The Dunning ManThursday, December 11th: Read a Latte

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