Cover Reveal: The Age of Resonance by Kathryn Knowles – Genre: Fantasy @RRBookTours #RRBookTours #FantasyBooks

Would you just have a look at this cover?! I'm obsessed 😍

ARC Book Tour: Village of Salt and Sorrow by Laura Holt – Genre: Adult Fiction/ Magical Realism @authorlauraholt @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours #BookTour

Nova McIntosh has been called many things—a witch. Dangerous. The girl with fire in her hair and salt water in her veins, whose eyes will drag you in and crush your heart like an under tow—and they’re all true.

Book Tour: Siggy the Soccer Dog by Brian Frederick – Genre: Children’s Books @BrianFredAuthor @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours #KidsBooks #BookBlog

Siggy looks so cute as he twitches and turns in his sleep. But as they watch him, little do the family know that in his dream he is “Siggy Sosidj” the star player for Manchester United. It’s up to Siggy to rescue his team in the biggest game of his life. But can he do it? Join Siggy and a multi-national cast of doggie players to find out – in a fast-paced, beautifully illustrated tale about overcoming the odds, staying true to your purpose and being kind…

Book Trailer Reveal: The Discontent of Mary Wenger by Robert Tucker – Genre: Historical Fiction @AuthorR_Tucker @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours #HistoricalFiction #Books

Welcome to the book trailer reveal for new release, The Discontent of Mary Wenger (Paper Dolls #1) by Robert Tucker!

Book Tour: The Last Roman: Exile by B.K. Greenwood – Genre: Historical Thriller/ Roman Mythology @bkgreenwood70 @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours #Books #HistoricalFiction

Welcome to the book tour for The Last Roman: Exile, the first novel in a thrilling trilogy by B.K. Greenwood. Read on for details and a chance to win a copy of this beauty and a t-shirt inspired by the book!

Book Tour: Bluebird at My Window by H. Noah Genre: Dark Fiction/ Psychological @thehnoah @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours #BlogTour

When faced with trauma, how would you react? Would you survive, succumb, or lose yourself to your own meaning of justice? Ann was only seventeen when she died. She tried to be a dutiful daughter, to pray, to repent. But it wasn’t enough. Her mother, Diane, didn’t mean to kill her but when she found Ann consorting with devils, she had no choice. She believed the angels—that in the end, the water would save them both. But every choice holds weight. One death, and Arthur is thrown back into the work he wanted to leave. One death, and Richard must face the reality of his choices. One death, and Maddie and Marie are confronted with the hardest parts of love. If only good intentions were enough to keep them from the carnage of their own decisions . .