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Lauren K. Denton, author of HURRICANE SEASON, on tour April 2018

Posted By on February 16, 2018

Join us for an Instagram tour followed by a review tour for

Hurricane Season!

About Hurricane Season

  • Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson (April 3, 2018)

From the author of the USA Today bestseller The Hideaway comes another story of families and mending the past.

Betsy and Ty Franklin, owners of Franklin Dairy Farm in southern Alabama, have long since buried their desire for children of their own. While Ty manages their herd of dairy cows, Betsy busies herself with the farm’s day-to-day operations and tries to forget her dream of motherhood. But when her free-spirited sister, Jenna, drops off her two young daughters for “just two weeks,” Betsy’s carefully constructed wall of self-protection begins to crumble.

As the two weeks stretch deeper into the Alabama summer, Betsy and Ty learn to navigate the new additions in their world—and revel in the laughter that now fills their home. Meanwhile, record temperatures promise to usher in the most active hurricane season in decades.

Attending an art retreat four hundred miles away, Jenna is fighting her own battles. She finally has time and energy to focus on her photography, a lifelong ambition. But she wonders how her rediscovered passion can fit in with the life she’s made back home as a single mom.

When Hurricane Ingrid aims a steady eye at the Alabama coast, Jenna must make a decision that will change her family’s future, even as Betsy and Ty try to protect their beloved farm and their hearts. Hurricane Season is the story of one family’s unconventional journey to healing—and the relationships that must be mended along the way.

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Purchase Links

Amazon | iBooks | Books-A-Million | Barnes & Noble

About Lauren K. Denton

Born and raised in Mobile, Alabama, Lauren K. Denton now lives with her husband and two daughters in Homewood, just outside Birmingham. In addition to her fiction, she writes a monthly newspaper column about life, faith, and how funny (and hard) it is to be a parent. On any given day, she’d rather be at the beach with her family and a stack of books.

Connect with Lauren

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Lauren K. Denton’s TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS:

Instagram Tour:

Monday, April 2nd: @createexploreread

Tuesday, April 3rd: @prose_and_palate

Wednesday, April 4th: @mrs.literarylovely

Thursday, April 5th: @read.write.coffee

Friday, April 6th: @bookishconnoisseur

Saturday, April 7th: @booknerdnative

Sunday, April 8th: @thecaffeinatedbibliophile

 

Review Tour:

Monday, April 2nd: Diary of a Stay at Home Mom

Tuesday, April 3rd: Write Read Life

Wednesday, April 4th: Just One More Chapter

Thursday, April 5th: A Chick Who Reads

Friday, April 6th: Openly Bookish

Monday, April 9th: Bewitched Bookworms

Tuesday, April 10th: By the Book

Wednesday, April 11th: Blooming with Books

Thursday, April 12th: Laura’s Reviews

Monday, April 16th: Books & Bindings

Tuesday, April 17th: Kahakai Kitchen

Wednesday, April 18th: Kritter’s Ramblings

Thursday, April 19th: Midwest Ladies Who Lit

Friday, April 20th: Reviews from the Heart

Monday, April 23rd: The Sketchy Reader

Tuesday, April 24th: Palmer’s Page Turners

Wednesday, April 25th: Eliot’s Eats

Wednesday, April 25th: Splashes of Joy

Thursday, April 26th: Girl Who Reads

Friday, April 27th: View from the Birdhouse

Monday, April 3oth: What is That Book About

Joanne Serling, author of GOOD NEIGHBORS, on tour April 2018

Posted By on February 15, 2018

Join us for an Instagram tour followed by a review tour for

Good Neighbors!

About Good Neighbors

Hardcover: 256 pages

Publisher: Twelve; 1 edition (February 6, 2018)

A searing portrait of suburbia, friendship, and family strained by a devotion to false appearances.

In an idyllic suburb, four young families quickly form a neighborhood clique, their friendships based on little more than the ages of their children and a shared sense of camaraderie. When one of the couples, Paige and Gene Edwards, adopt a four-year-old girl from Russia, the group’s loyalty and morality is soon called into question. Are the Edwards unkind to their new daughter? Or is she a difficult child with hidden destructive tendencies?

As the seams of the group friendship slowly unravel, neighbor Nicole Westerhof finds herself drawn further into the life of the adopted girl, forcing Nicole to re-examine the deceptive nature of her own family ties, and her complicity in the events unfolding around her.

“I haven’t been captivated by a story like this in so long. The tension, the complexity, the obsession over status; how one hopes to be seen by others versus how one fears one is seen…GOOD NEIGHBORS is a stunning, shocking, entertaining, and thought-provoking look at humanity. I want everyone to read this book.”? Julia Fierro, author of The Gypsy Moth Mother and Cutting Teeth

“Riveting…GOOD NEIGHBORS exposes the dark underbelly of seemingly perfect families and friendships in this compulsively paced suburban thriller.”? Bethany Ball, author of What To Do About The Solomons

Purchase Links

Amazon | Books-A-Million | Barnes & Noble

 About Joanne Serling

Joanne Serling’s fiction has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and has appeared in New Ohio Review and North American Review. She is a graduate of Cornell University and studied and taught fiction at The Writers Studio in New York City. She lives outside of New York with her husband and children and is at work on her second book.

Connect with Joanne

Website | Facebook | Twitter

Joanne Serling’s TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS:

Instagram Tour:

Monday, April 9th: @girlsinbooks

Tuesday, April 10th: @ladyofthelibrary

Wednesday, April 11th: @bookpairings

Thursday, April 12th: @bookishconnoisseur

Friday, April 13th: @prose_and_palate

Saturday, April 14th: @hotcocoareads

Sunday, April 15th: @theliteraryllama

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Review Tour:

Monday, April 16th: Novel Mom Blog and @novelmombooks

Tuesday, April 17th: A Bookish Way of Life

Wednesday, April 18th: @readingandranunculus

Thursday, April 19th: 5 Minutes for Books

Friday, April 20th: From the TBR Pile

Monday, April 23rd: Clues and Reviews

Tuesday, April 24th: Bewitched Bookworms

Wednesday, April 25th: Books a la Mode – author guest post

Thursday, April 26th: The Sketchy Reader

Monday, April 30th: Bookchickdi

Tuesday, May 1st: Eliot’s Eats

Wednesday, May 2nd: Novel Gossip

Thursday, May 3rd: No More Grumpy Bookseller

Monday, May 7th: Books & Spoons

Tuesday, May 8th: Jessicamap Reviews and @jessicamap

Wednesday, May 9th: 100 Pages a Day… Stephanie’s Book Reviews

Thursday, May 10th: Girl Who Reads

Emily Winslow, author of Look for Her, on tour February 2018

Posted By on February 12, 2018

About Look for Her

• Paperback: 304 pages
• Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks (February 13, 2018)

Everyone loves a beautiful missing girl…

Look For Her ratchets up the tension while also offering moments of sheer grace.”-Riley Sager, bestselling author of Final Girls

“Beautifully written with an expertly twisty, surprising story, this is a must-read!”
— Chevy Stevens, New York Times bestselling author of Never Let You Go

Lilling might seem like an idyllic English village, but it’s home to a dark history. In 1976, a teenage girl named Annalise Wood disappeared, and though her body was later discovered, the culprit was never found. Decades later, Annalise maintains a perverse kind of celebrity, and is still the focus of grief, speculation, and for one young woman, a disturbing, escalating jealousy.

When DNA linked to the Annalise murder unexpectedly surfaces, cold case detective Morris Keene and his former partner, Chloe Frohmann, hope to finally bring closure to this traumatized community. But the new evidence instead undoes the case’s only certainty: the buried body that had long ago been confidently identified as Annalise may be someone else entirely, and instead of answers, the investigators face only new puzzles.

Whose body was unearthed all those years ago, and what happened to the real Annalise? Is someone interfering with the investigation? And is there a link to a present-day drowning with eerie connections? With piercing insight and shocking twists, Emily Winslow explores the dark side of sensationalized crime in this haunting psychological thriller.

Search the book’s hashtag: #lookforher.

Purchase Links

HarperCollins | Amazon | Barnes & Noble

Photo by Jonathan Player

About Emily Winslow

Emily Winslow is an American living in Cambridge, England. She is the author of the novels The Whole World, The Start Of Everything, and The Red House.

Find out more about Emily at her website, and connect with her on Facebook.

Tour Stops

Wednesday, February 14th: No More Grumpy Bookseller

Thursday, February 15th: Novel Gossip

Friday, February 16th: Instagram: @jackiereadsbooks

Tuesday, February 20th: Tina Says…

Wednesday, February 21st: Staircase Wit

Wednesday, February 21st: Instagram: @hollyslittlebookreviews

Thursday, February 22nd: Dreams, Etc.

Thursday, February 22nd: Jessicamap Reviews

Monday, February 26th: The Ludic Reader

Tuesday, February 27th: Rockin’ and Reviewing

Wednesday, February 28th: Instagram: @Novelmombooks

Thursday, March 1st: Thoughts On This ‘n That

TBD: Into the Hall of Books

TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS for February 12th – 18th

Posted By on February 11, 2018

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The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz

Monday, February 12th: Rockin’ & Reviewing

Monday, February 12th: Into the Hall of Books and @intothehallofbooks

Tuesday, February 13th: Clues and Reviews and @cluesandreviews

Tuesday, February 13th: Read Love Blog

Tuesday, February 13th: @anniabbauer and @beach.house.books

Wednesday, February 14th: Palmer’s Page Turners

Thursday, February 15th: 5 Minutes for Books

Friday, February 16th: Bibliotica

 

The View from Rainshadow Bay by Colleen Coble

Monday, February 12th: Empowermoms 

Tuesday, February 13th: Black ‘n Gold Girls Reviews

Tuesday, February 13th: @papercutsandpages

Wednesday, February 14th: By the Book

Thursday, February 15th: @livethecozylife

Thursday, February 15th: Why Girls Are Weird

Friday, February 16th: View from the Birdhouse

 

The Story of Our Lives by Helen Warner

Monday, February 12th: What is That Book About – excerpt

Tuesday, February 13th: @artbookscoffee

Tuesday, February 13th: Kritter’s Ramblings

Wednesday, February 14th: Patricia’s Wisdom

Thursday, February 15th: Girl Who Reads

Friday, February 16th: Novel Gossip and @novelgossip

 

Steal Away Home by Billy Coffey

Monday, February 12th: Cheryl’s Book Nook

Tuesday, February 13th: Books and Bindings

Wednesday, February 14th: Books a la Mode – guest post

Wednesday, February 14th: Jathan & Heather

Thursday, February 15th: @mwladieswholit

Friday, February 16th: Becca the Bibliophile

 

Girl Unknown by Karen Perry

Monday, February 12th: Hopelessly Devoted Bibliophile

Tuesday, February 13th: The Ludic Reader

Wednesday, February 14th: Instagram: @ACaffeinatedBibliophile

Thursday, February 15th: What Is That Book About

Friday, February 16th: Into the Hall of Books

Friday, February 16th: Not in Jersey

 

Best Friends Forever by Margot Hunt

Monday, February 12th: Novel Gossip blog and Instagram

Monday, February 12th: No More Grumpy Bookseller

Wednesday, February 14th: A Chick Who Reads

Thursday, February 15th: Bookchickdi

Friday, February 16th: Thoughts on This ‘n That

 

Say You’ll Remember Me by Katie McGarry

Monday, February 12th: Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers

Tuesday, February 13th: Snowdrop Dreams

Wednesday, February 14th: @athousandbookstoread

Thursday, February 15th: Thoughts from a Highly Caffeinated Mind

Friday, February 16th:Mama Reads Blog

 

The Lost Castle by Kristy Cambron

Monday, February 12th: Diary of a Stay at Home Mom

Tuesday, February 13th: @Rissi006

Wednesday, February 14th: Splashes of Joy

Thursday, February 15th: @acozyreader

Friday, February 16th: Books a la Mode – guest post

 

The Longest Silence by Debra Webb

Monday, February 12th: Clues and Reviews

Tuesday, February 13th: What is That Book About

Wednesday, February 14th: The Book Diva’s Reads

Thursday, February 15th: Books & Spoons

Friday, February 16th: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

 

In Every Moment We Are Still Alive by Tom Malmquist

Monday, February 12th: Stranded in Chaos

Tuesday, February 13th: Kahakai Kitchen

Thursday, February 15th: Katy’s Library and @katyslibrary

Friday, February 16th: Lit and Life

Sunday, February 18th: Books a la Mode – author Q&A

 

Valentine’s Day Tour

Monday, February 12th: Book Reviews and More by Kathy – Helen Warner guest post

Monday, February 12th: Books a la Mode – Marissa Stapley guest post

Tuesday, February 13th: Crystal Blogs Books – Lori Foster guest post

Wednesday, February 14th: Romancing the Readers – Clare Connelly guest post

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The Wild Woman’s Guide to Traveling the World by Kristin Rockaway

Monday, February 12th: Literary Quicksand

Tuesday, February 13th: Palmer’s Page Turners

Wednesday, February 14th: Ms. Nose in a Book

Thursday, February 15th: Eliot’s Eats

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A Piece of the World by Christina Baker Kline

Monday, February 12th: Openly Bookish

Tuesday, February 13th: Staircase Wit

Wednesday, February 14th: Life By Kristen

Thursday, February 15th: Man of La Book

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The Atomic City Girls by Janet Beard

Monday, February 12th: Reading Reality

Tuesday, February 13th: Tina Says…

Wednesday, February 14th: Peppermint PhD

Thursday, February 15th: Time 2 Read

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Sisters Like Us by Susan Mallery

Monday, February 12th: Cheryl’s Book Nook

Tuesday, February 13th: Book Mama Blog

Wednesday, February 14th: Deborah Blanchard

Friday, February 16th: Book Nerd

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Deborah Calling by Avraham Azrieli

Monday, February 12th: Mother’s Circle

Wednesday, February 14th: Bibliotica

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Modern Loss by Rebecca Soffer and Gabrielle Birkner

Monday, February 12th: Literary Quicksand

Thursday, February 15th: Reading Reality

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The Women in the Castle by Jessica Shattuck

Monday, February 12th: Jessicamap Reviews

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The Promise Between Us by Barbara Claypole White

Monday, February 12th: SJ2B House Of Books

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The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan

Monday, February 12th: Jathan & Heather

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The Woman in the Window by A. J. Finn

Tuesday, February 13th: 5 Minutes For Books

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Family Tree by Susan Wiggs

Tuesday, February 13th: Rockin’ and Reviewing

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My Last Love Story by Falguni Kothari

Wednesday, February 14th: @athousandbookstoread

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The Bleak and Empty Sea by Jay Ruud

Wednesday, February 14th: Instagram: @theliterarybirds

Friday, February 16th: 5 Minutes For Books

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You Need a Budget by Jesse Mecham

Thursday, February 15th: Make Real Cents

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The Girl in Times Square by Paullina Simons

Thursday, February 15th: StephTheBookworm

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The Wicked City by Beatriz Williams

Friday, February 16th: Instagram: @readingbringsjoy

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Amanda Skenandore, author of BETWEEN EARTH AND SKY, on tour April/May 2018

Posted By on February 9, 2018

Join us for an Instagram tour followed by a review tour for

Between Earth and Sky! 

About Between Earth and Sky

Paperback: 304 pages

Publisher: Kensington (April 24, 2018)

In Amanda Skenandore’s provocative and profoundly moving debut, set in the tragic intersection between white and Native American culture, a young girl learns about friendship, betrayal, and the sacrifices made in the name of belonging.

On a quiet Philadelphia morning in 1906, a newspaper headline catapults Alma Mitchell back to her past. A federal agent is dead, and the murder suspect is Alma’s childhood friend, Harry Muskrat. Harry—or Asku, as Alma knew him—was the most promising student at the “savage-taming” boarding school run by her father, where Alma was the only white pupil. Created in the wake of the Indian Wars, the Stover School was intended to assimilate the children of neighboring reservations. Instead, it robbed them of everything they’d known—language, customs, even their names—and left a heartbreaking legacy in its wake.

The bright, courageous boy Alma knew could never have murdered anyone. But she barely recognizes the man Asku has become, cold and embittered at being an outcast in the white world and a ghost in his own. Her lawyer husband, Stewart, reluctantly agrees to help defend Asku for Alma’s sake. To do so, Alma must revisit the painful secrets she has kept hidden from everyone—especially Stewart.

Told in compelling narratives that alternate between Alma’s childhood and her present life, Between Earth and Sky is a haunting and complex story of love and loss, as a quest for justice becomes a journey toward understanding and, ultimately, atonement.

About Amanda Skenandore

Amanda Skenandore is a historical fiction writer and registered nurse. In writing Between Earth and Sky, she has drawn on the experiences of a close relative, a member of the Ojibwe Tribe, who survived an Indian mission school in the 1950s. Between Earth and Sky is Amanda’s first novel. She lives in Las Vegas, Nevada. Readers can visit her website at www.amandaskenandore.com.

Connect with Amanda

Website| Facebook | Twitter

Amanda Skenandore’s TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS:

Instagram tour:

Monday, April 30th: @booknerdnative

Tuesday, May 1st: @readingbringsjoy

Wednesday, May 2nd: @angelerinsbookobsession

Wednesday, May 2nd: @bookishconnoisseur

Thursday, May 3rd: @girlsinbooks

Friday, May 4th: @booksonherbrain

Saturday, May 5th: @somekindofalibrary

Sunday, May 6th: @prose_and_palate

 

Review tour:

Monday, April 23rd: Bookish Forever and @bookish_forever

Tuesday, April 24th: Laura’s Reviews

Friday, April 27th: Diary of a Stay at Home Mom

Monday, April 30th: Girl Who Reads

Wednesday, May 2nd: Broken Teepee

Thursday, May 3rd: Kritter’s Ramblings

Friday, May 4th: View from the Birdhouse

Monday, May 7th: @ladyofthelibrary

Wednesday, May 9th: The Sketchy Reader

Friday, May 11th: No More Grumpy Bookseller

Monday, May 14th: Midwest Ladies Who Lit and @mwladieswholit

Wednesday, May 16th: Kahakai Kitchen

Friday, May 18th: Patricia’s Wisdom