If You Like Penny Dreadful, You’re Going Love This!!! #BookTrailer Reveal: Dead Steam by Bryce Raffle @BryceRaffle #Excerpt & #Giveaway! #Steampunk #Anthology #Horror

I have to say, this is the coolest book trailer I've seen in a while... Which isn't surprising considering how awesome this collection sounds! Dead Steam is now available for review. If you would like a copy in exchange for an honest review, there's a sign up sheet below. There's also a sweet giveaway too!

Book Trailer Reveal: The Scented Bones by Angelina Kerner @KernerAngelina #BookTrailer #Giveaway #Paranormal #CrimeFiction

R&R Book Tours is thrilled to reveal the new trailer for Angelina Kerner's upcoming paranormal crime fiction, The Scented Bones!

Cover Reveal Sign Up: The Scented Bones (The Svabodina Case Files #1) by Angelina Kerner (June 15) @KernerAngelina #Bloggers #CoverReveal #Paranormal #Crime

I'm organizing a cover reveal for the first book in a brand new paranormal crime series by Angelina Kerner! This is a unique blogging opportunity because on the day of the reveal, the author will be sharing your blog details, bio, and links on her own website. That's right, for each and every blogger who participates in the reveal, the author will return the favor!!!

The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon #Review by @TBraun_Author #Mystery #Paranormal #Supernatural #TuesdayBlogs

Theresa's latest review is of supernatural mystery, "The Winter People" by Jennifer McMahon.

Release Day Blitz & Excerpt: Chameleon By Zoe Kalo

History? Check. Mystery? Check. The Supernatural? Check and check. Happy release day to this very intriguing and culturally diverse YA novel, Chameleon by Zoe Kalo. There's also an excerpt for your reading pleasure!  Chameleon (Release Date: February 15, 2017) An isolated convent, a supernatural presence, a dark secret… 17-year-old Paloma only wanted to hold a …

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A Series for Sunday: Frost (The Midnight Ice Series) By Kaitlyn Davis

A meme to share a series you're reading or have read, talk about the merits of a standalone vs a series, or introduce a series that perhaps isn't so mainstream, but it's really good. That sort of thing.