Here’s a fun book event (Angelina Kerner's) with a great line up of amazing authors. They all have fantastic personalities. Show up to get to know the novelette, all the awesome readers, play games, go on scavenger hunts and win some awesome goodies! Cont...
Hope by Terry Tyler has been snapping up 5 star reviews all over the place, which is why I'm thrilled to share my review and a chance to win a copy of your own! Welcome to the blog tour for Dystopian Psycho-Thriller, Hope!
Welcome to my stop on the mini blog tour for Polarized by Joseph DeBlasi. Read on for more details about this explosive memoir!
Great news! Charlie Laidlaw has another book coming out, and this time it’s a comedy! Think Mel Brooks. Love Potions and Other Calamities will be on tour from Nov. 11th to the 22nd (Weekend included), and I need bloggers for review spots, book spotlights, guest posts, and interviews.
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Love Potions and Other Calamities
Expected Publication Date: November 7th, 2019
Publisher: Accent Press Ltd
Welcome to the strange world of Rosie McLeod, an amateur detective with a big difference. Her deductive powers are based solely on the careful preparation and use of plants and herbs.
Love Potions and Other Calamities is pure comedy, with a bit of drama thrown in, as Rosie sets out to discover whether her husband is having an affair and, as the story unfolds, to solve a murder – before she becomes the next victim.
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OMG! What a fun little read! As a fan of dry, British humor and zombies, this novella is the perfect read for me!
As always, I appreciate a unique zombie tale and as a huge fan of the movie Shaun of the Dead, this novella was a real treat.
The Old Man at the End of the World: Bite 1 (Release Date: February 16, 2017) 68 pgs
Gerald Stockwell-Poulter couldn’t help but feel it was extraordinary just how quickly his life had changed. One moment he was earthing up leeks in the West Sussex sunshine and the next he was rooted to the spot as Rodney Timmins from the end allotment ambled towards him, arms outstretched, blood pouring from a hole in his neck and a look in his eye which suggested that he was less after help and more after a helping of Gerald.
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Hey! Remember these? I really should bring them back. They were so fun! For the record, my kiddo is presently sick with a cold, but after 2 weeks in school. I think by this point last year she had had 3 colds at least 🤔 Fingers crossed, she seems hardier this year!
These posters are all so gorgeous! I LOVE all of them! Good luck picking!
And man am I relieved! It has been a very long week and I missed one day of posting (yesterday) for my Blogtober challenge! Does this mean I lose?!
My daughter has basically been sick since she started school, and last week it was a virus, then strep throat with another cold on top of that, so we were at the doctor’s yesterday AGAIN. Naturally I caught something from her, and have felt like death as well.
She is finally feeling better, fingers crossed it will last for a while, my poor bug. Kindergarten is a tough transition for the whole family and I think it is going to be a hard year.
I haven’t done one of these for a long time but this movie is perfect for this time of year, and I never tire of it!
This Week: The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
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