TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS for February 1st – 5th

| January 31, 2016

My Sweet Vidalia by Deborah Mantella Monday, February 1st: Patricia’s Wisdom Tuesday, February 2nd: Reading Reality Wednesday, February 3rd: WV Stitcher Thursday, February 4th: Books Without Any Pictures Thursday, February 4th: FictionZeal   Moonlight Over Paris by Jennifer Robson Monday, February 1st: M. Denise Costello Tuesday, February 2nd: Just One More Chapter Wednesday, February 3rd: A Chick Who Reads Thursday, February 4th: View from the […]

Vincent Czyz, author of The Christos Mosaic, on tour February/March 2016

| January 29, 2016

About The Christos Mosaic Hardcover: 531 pages Publisher: Blank Slate Press (October 27, 2015) A suspicious death in Istanbul leaves one ancient scroll and clues to finding another in the hands of Drew Korchula, a thirty-two-year-old American ex-pat, a Turkish dwarf named Kadir, and Zafer, a Special Forces washout. Drew is desperate to turn everything over to […]

Bruce Stuart, author of The Lightening Round, on tour March 2016

| January 25, 2016

About The Lightening Round Paperback: 260 pages Publisher: (July 8, 2015) The blockbuster SerialTeller serial THE LIGHTENING ROUND is now a novel. In THE LIGHTENING ROUND, Hannah More, a sassy single mom with weight issues, reluctantly enters Ultimate Level, a San Francisco gym which groups its members based on their weight and fitness levels. Much to […]

TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS for January 25th – 29th

| January 24, 2016

The Lady’s Command by Stephanie Laurens Monday, January 25th: Bibliotica Tuesday, January 26th: A Night’s Dream of Books Tuesday, January 26th: Books a la Mode – excerpt and giveaway Wednesday, January 27th: One Curvy Blogger Thursday, January 28th: It’s a Mad Mad World Friday, January 29th: Stranded in Chaos Friday, January 29th: Worth Getting in Bed For   Moonlight Over Paris by Jennifer Robson Monday, […]

Diane Eickhoff, author of Clarina Nichols, on tour March 2016

| January 18, 2016

About Clarina Nichols • Hardcover: 240 pages • Publisher: Quindaro Press (March 1, 2016) In 1827, when Clarina was a teenager, she remembers, “I had a longing desire to do good.” But America wasn’t ready for an ambitious, intelligent young woman. Clarina was supposed to get married and start a family. But her husband turned […]