Book Spotlight: Gratitude Journal: For Fun People by Yasmin Goldie #NonFiction #Books #Journaling

I Just wanted to share this little gem of a book with you all today! It's a unique journal filled with quotes, and other funny promps, designed to get you to open yourself up and write down all of those thoughts and feelings rattling around your brain!

Blog Tour: The Road to Delano by John DeSimone @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours #HistoricalFiction #Books

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Welcome to the blog tour for historical fiction, The Road to Delano by John DeSimone!

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Publication Date: March 10, 2020

Genre: Historical Fiction/ Coming of Age

Publisher: Rare Bird Books

Jack Duncan is a high school senior whose dream is to play baseball in college and beyond―as far away from Delano as possible. He longs to escape the political turmoil surrounding the labor struggles of the striking fieldworkers that infests his small ag town. Ever since his father, a grape grower, died under suspicious circumstances ten years earlier, he’s had to be the sole emotional support of his mother, who has kept secrets from him about his father’s involvement in the ongoing labor strife.

With their property on the verge of a tax sale, Jack drives an old combine into town to sell it so he and his mother don’t become homeless. On the road, an…

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Dearest Clementine by Candace Robinson #Review by Theresa Braun! @LiteraryDust @TBraun_Author #ARC #Fantasy #Romance #DarkFantasy

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Dearest Clementine

Expected publication: August 6th 2020

Clementine has been taken by a creature of darkness.

Dorin is a fiend in love who must find Clementine before losing her forever.

While on his desperate search, Dorin pens eight dark and romantic monstrous tales, written only for Clementine. Each story serves a purpose, and that is, do monsters have the ability to love, too?

Dearest Clementine is a short story collection filled with dark romantic tales.

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In this collection Candace Robinson dares to explore what it’s like to find love (and lust) in the darkest of places. Be-splattered with lots of blood, these alternate realities are an imaginative slice of both human and non-human struggles, which ask us to consider whether all hearts beat the same. The letters Dorin sends Clementine, which appear between the stories, are a reminder of that theme that binds…

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Blog Tour: Winning the Game of Work by Terry Boyle McDougall @teebeemhp @RRBookTours1 #NonFiction #RRBookTours

Welcome to the blog tour for Winning the Game of Work, by Terry Boyle McDougall! Today I have an excerpt from the book, and a chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card!

Blog Tour: #Excerpt & #Giveaway! Return Addresses by Michael A. McLellan @McLellanBooks @RRBookTours #ReturnAddresses #RRBookTours #BlogTour #Giveaway

Welcome to the blog tour for Return Addresses by Michael A. McLellan! This book is getting loads of 5 star reviews! Find out why! Read on for an excerpt and a chance to win a $20 Amazon gift card!

Blog Tour: Forgotten Magic (A Magic Underground Anthology) by Melinda Kucsera & Many More! @MelindaKucsera @writercsjohnson @RRBookTours1 #Fantasy #Anthology #Books #Magic

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Welcome to the blog tour for the final installment from the Magic Underground trilogy, Forgotten Magic! Read on for an exclusive excerpt and a chance to win a paperback copy of the book!

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Forgotten Magic (Magic Underground #3)

Publication Date: May 2020

Genre: Anthology/ Fantasy/ Magic

Publisher: Magical Mayhem Press

For the last time, these heroes, witches, wizards, vikings and more will put it all on the line. No quest is too dangerous. No monster be it a dragon or something cuddlier with teeth is off-limits in the epic conclusion to the Magic Underground Trilogy. Stay tuned for details.

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The Ones Who Choose by C. S. Johnson

Before I’d left to return home, Ai started talking to me about the Bloodmagic.

After I’d rescued him from the tower, I had taken him down to the caves. I’d settled him in one as best…

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