Book Tour: Dreamland Court by Dale Herd – Genre: Literary Fiction @dwilk @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours #BookTour

Set in the blighted industrial landscape of the Los Angeles basin, Dreamland Court is an underground love story.

Book Tour & #Giveaway: Tunnel of Mirrors by Ferne Arfin – Genre: Literary Fiction @Ferne_Travels @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours #TunnelofMirrors #Books #BlogTour

Rachel Isaacson, spirited, otherworldly and haunted, is born into a rigidly Old World family in New York’s Lower East Side. Hungry for independence, Rachel enters a marriage of convenience with violent consequences. Across the Atlantic, storyteller, fiddler and cliff climber Ciaran McMurrough is raised in pastoral innocence on Rathlin off the coast of Ulster. His upbringing in a tight-knit, isolated community leaves him unprepared for the subtle political passions following the Irish Civil War. Outcasts-one by choice, one by chance-Rachel and Ciaran meet on the docks of lower Manhattan in 1928. Drawn to each other in this lyrical story, must they repeat a doomed cycle as eternal lovers?

Cover Reveal: Everyday Magic by Charlie Laidlaw @CLaidlawAuthor @RingwoodPublish @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours #Books #coverreveal

I am a huge fan of this author's work so I am thrilled to share the cover of his upcoming novel. Everyday Magic!

Happy Publication Day 🎉 The Bird that Sang in Color by Grace Mattioli @fixion4change @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours #TheBirdThatSanginColor #Books #PublicationDay #Blog

Congratulations to author Grace Mattioli on the release of her beautifully written novel, The Bird that Sang in Color! Today I have an excerpt for you to read and a chance to win a copy of this gem in the format of your choosing, including print!

“His prose is hypnotic, and his characters captivating” Rule of the Bone by Russell Banks #Review by Theresa Braun @TBraun_Author #Books #BookBlogger

Um… holy cow! Where to begin? A friend recommended this book to me, warning that it’s a bit edgy and there are some cringe-y moments—however, this gritty subject matter only made the character more lifelike. So. Damn. Good.