First Line Fridays – 30th April 2021

First Lines Fridays is a weekly feature for book lovers hosted by @Wandering Words. What if instead of judging a book by its cover, its author or its prestige, we judged it by its opening lines? If you want to make your own post, just follow the rules below: Pick a book off your shelf (itContinue reading “First Line Fridays – 30th April 2021”

Indie Spotlight – Sarah E. Glenn

Today on my blog I am welcoming indie author Sarah E. Glenn. Sarah E. Glenn, a Jane-of-all-trades, loves mystery and horror stories, especially with a sidecar of humor. She is co-author of the Three Snowbirds novels, a cozy mystery series set in 1920s Florida, and also oversees the Strangely Funny anthology, an annual collection of comedic horror tales. Sarah has a B.S. in Journalism and edited twoContinue reading “Indie Spotlight – Sarah E. Glenn”

Jukebox Hero (SledgeHammer: A Rock and Roll Fable #1) by Jason Stuart

“PRETTY IN PINK MEETS MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE” Is that a great tagline or what? Welcome to the tour for Jukebox Hero by Jason Stuart! Read on for book details and a chance to win an amazing giveaway — A signed copy of the book AND in keeping with the theme, a couple of JohnContinue reading “Jukebox Hero (SledgeHammer: A Rock and Roll Fable #1) by Jason Stuart”

Cover Reveal! The Wild Court by E.G. Radcliff

Today I am very excited to share with you the cover for the third installment in The Coming of Áed trilogy by E.G.Radcliff in conjunction with Storytellers on Tour! This is a YA series I have been thoroughly enjoying and I can’t wait to read the final book in the trilogy: The Wild Court. WithoutContinue reading “Cover Reveal! The Wild Court by E.G. Radcliff”

How The West Wasn’t Won by D.B. Bray and Walt Allen

Book Description The 1880s was a bounty hunters dream in the twilight of the Old West, a land divided by the US government as they saw fit, not the way everyone residing there did. The West was won by grit, determination, and good ‘ol violence – either by guns or a very sudden stop atContinue reading “How The West Wasn’t Won by D.B. Bray and Walt Allen”

Indie Spotlight – Evan Witmer

Today on my blog I would like to introduce you to Evan Witmer. Welcome, Evan! My name is Evan Witmer; I am the sole writer and webmaster for oddfiction.com where I post free short stories. At the end of each year I take down the last ten stories I wrote and self-publish them online; containing the tenContinue reading “Indie Spotlight – Evan Witmer”

American Spartan (City of Forts 2) by Jason Beech

Book Description A rookie cop. A town on fire. Can he execute justice and survive? It starts with a newspaper article. An economic miracle. A run-down town in the Midwest transformed. One man has effected this change, poured his wealth into converting old factories into new ventures, Main Street into a hub for deep-pocketed incomers,Continue reading “American Spartan (City of Forts 2) by Jason Beech”

Cover reveal! Nephilim’s Hex by Susana Imaginário

Today I am excited to share with you the amazing cover for the latest and final book in the Timelessness trilogy by Susana Imaginário: Nephilim’s Hex! Book Information Every soul is a curse Title | Nephilim’s HexAuthor | Susana ImaginárioSeries | Timelessness #3Exp. Pub Date | 1st July 2021Cover Art by | Dave KiddDesign byContinue reading “Cover reveal! Nephilim’s Hex by Susana Imaginário”

Kings and Queens by J. N. Eagles

Description Kings and Queens is a coming of age poetry book. The story follows a young queen as she struggles to find herself while dealing with the king’s rule, the fire-breathing dragon, and the evil queen. My Review I read Kings and Queens on behalf of Rosie Amber’s Book Review team, #RBRT. Thank you toContinue reading “Kings and Queens by J. N. Eagles”

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