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Friday, August 31, 2018

Blog Tour- BOY IN A BAND by Lisa Loomis A Guest Post & Giveaway!

I am happy to be hosting a stop on the BOY IN A BAND by Lisa Loomis! I have some of Lisa's favorite scenes from the book and a playlist check it out and win the book!

About The Book:

Author: Lisa Loomis
Pub. Date: July 2018
Publisher: Lisa Loomis Books
Formats: Paperback, eBook
Pages: 458
Find it: GoodreadsAmazonTBD 

Living on a quiet dead-end street Morgan Mallory is like any other thirteen-year-old girl growing up in a progressive time full of sex, drugs, and rock and roll. That is until one rainy night in a dark California neighborhood the lives of two young teens will be altered forever. 

Morgan tagging along with her mother for a day is pressured to make one last stop at a friend’s house. Annoyed to be there in the first place Morgan is mortified when her mother’s friend, Ann, insists she met her son who is playing guitar in his room.

As Mathew O’Conner yanks open the door Morgan is completely taken aback by the blond haired, blue eyed, young man in front of her. When Ann leaves Morgan nervously standing in the hall alone Mathew invites Morgan in where he further mesmerizes her with the sound of his guitar. Completely and utterly unnerved by his stunning good looks and talent Morgan feels something she has never felt.

Is this her first innocent crush or something much bigger? 

One thing is certain, this moment will send Morgan on an emotional journey she could have never anticipated.
Now on to the guest post! We have a favorite scene, a playlist, and Lisa's favorite quotes!

Mathew’s POV when Morgan visits him after his accident in the halfway house:

          When Morgan stepped through the swinging doors my throat went dry. She looked so beautiful and I wanted to race towards her and swoop her up in my arms. I remembered her as a young girl, how I’d tortured her without the full realization of how she felt. I really had been an ass a lot of the time. I realized as my eyes locked with hers that despite our history, she had still come. She’d always been there for me. I pictured her defiant, how she could stand up to me when I’d pushed too far, and felt a stab of guilt. She smiled and started towards me and I wondered what she’d ever seen in me because Morgan deserved better.


“Some Girls” Rolling Stones
“Wild Horses” Rolling Stones
“I Can’t Tell You Why” Eagles
“Best of My Love” Eagles
“Wish You Were Here” Pink Floyd
“Grand Illusion” Styx
“Bad Company” Bad Company

Top 5 favorite scenes and why

1.        When Gayle and Morgan are making shapes out in the clouds, lying on their backs in the grass. Why: because it was an innocent time.
2.      When Mathew first asks Morgan to show him her tits. Why: because it was so random, yet so Mathew.
3.       When Morgan goes back to Melanie’s wedding thinking she’s over Mathew and realizes she’s not. Why: because love can make one irrational.
4.      Mathew taking Morgan back to his place after the party incident with Sean. Why: SEX scene.

5.     The ending as Morgan goes back to the Apollo. Why: because her thoughts and feelings tear at me. 

About Lisa:

Lisa Loomis was born in Oakland California and raised in San Jose until she was a sophomore in high school. Her father then took a job in the San Diego area where he moved the family to Escondido, California (or hickville as she called it). She finished high school at San Pasqual High then went to junior college at Palomar JC, ultimately graduating from San Diego State University with a BS in Finance.

Lisa started a career in mortgage banking in San Diego, California, briefly shifted to a corporate job as a territory sales representative, and then back to mortgage banking in 1996 when the family moved from the San Diego area to Park City, Utah. The move to Park City was prompted by a desire for a lifestyle change. Both she and her husband Dennis wanted to raise their two children in a smaller town environment that was still close to a large city.

In Park City, Lisa not only ran a mortgage branch but simultaneously helped Dennis run a successful construction company, Loomis Construction. Working full time, running a construction company in off hours, and raising two children was never easy but Lisa seemed to handle it all pretty well until the financial meltdown of 2008. That is when the wheels came offcompletely.

Finding both her career in mortgage banking and the family business almost vanish overnight Lisa went back to a passion she’s always had, writing. It took Lisa almost four years to write “Boy In A Band”, stopping and starting, telling herself she couldn’t write a book. Once it was written Lisa foolishly thought the hard part was finished. In the last ten years, Lisa has continued to help her husband with their construction business as well as spends time writing.

Lisa’s currently lives and writes in Park City, Utah. She has been married for twenty-nine years and enjoys spending time with their grown children who live in Salt Lake City. You can find her self-published books on Amazon.

Giveaway Details:

3 winners will win a paperback of BOY IN A BAND, US Only.

2 winners will receive an eBook of BOY IN A BAND, International.

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Tour Schedule:
Week One:
8/27/2018- sleep vs readReview
8/27/2018- BookHounds YAInterview

8/28/2018- A Gingerly ReviewReview
8/28/2018- Smada's Book SmackExcerpt

8/29/2018- Here's to Happy EndingsReview
8/29/2018- Lisa Loves LiteratureExcerpt

8/30/2018- Patriotic BookaholicReview
8/30/2018- Book BriefsInterview

8/31/2018- ParajunkeeExcerpt
8/31/2018- Two Chicks on BooksGuest Post

Week Two:
9/3/2018- Malanie Loves FictionReview
9/3/2018- Jaime's WorldExcerpt

9/4/2018- Sweet ThingsExcerpt

9/5/2018- Discerning Couch PotatoReview

9/6/2018- Twirling Book PrincessExcerpt

9/7/2018- Two Points of InterestReview

Release Day Blitz- RISE FROM THE EMBERS by Stacey Marie Brown With A Giveaway!



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  The King has fallen! While Stavros moves to take over Lars’s throne, the war for the entire kingdom begins. However, this is no ordinary war against Seelie or Unseelie. The real enemy is the most powerful object in the world. The Stone of Fail. Lars isn’t the only one the stone wants. Zoey Daniels is next on its list. And the stone will do whatever it takes to finally get the girl. With a battle on all sides and lives of those they love threatened fae, humans, Druids, pixies, and a certain sprite-monkey will have to come together to save the true King, along with the world, from destruction. Out of ashes, true heroes Rise from the Embers. Don’t miss the FINAL installment of the Dark/Light/Collector Series, where your favorite characters unite to try and protect those they love, and the earth from the ultimate opponent. Ember, Zoey, Kennedy, and Fionna lead the fight, but be prepared… Not everyone will make it out alive.

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Blog Tour- DARK JUSTICE: MACABE by Jenna Ryan A Spotlight & Giveaway!

I am happy to be hosting a spotlight stop on the DARK JUSTICE: MCCABE tour by Jenna Ryan! I have a spotlight post today check it out and win a $15 Amazon GC!

Author: Jenna Ryan
Pub. Date: August 27, 2018
Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC (Amara)
Formats: Paperback, eBook
Pages: 250
Find it: Goodreads, Amazon, B&N, iBooks

Rowena Connor's ex was a monster, and she'd do anything to protect her son from him. Including fake her death and sequester her son in another country. But somehow her ex figured it out. Now he's kidnapped her son and wants her dead—for real this time. 

US Marshal Ryan McCabe had to leave Rowena to save her. It gutted him. But now she's dropped into his life unexpectedly, on the run from the man McCabe has been hunting for years. He still burns for her, but it's clear she definitely hasn't gotten over what he did to her. Who can blame her? But her only hope to stay alive is to trust him, dark secrets and all.

About Jenna:

Jenna Ryan was born in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, but spent her childhood in several different areas of the country. She began creating stories before she could read. Growing up, romance alone had a strong appeal, but as it turned out, romantic suspense was the perfect fit. After all, what could be better than adding the darker elements of a mystery to a romantic relationship? And, oh, the fun of those secondary characters. Over the years, she has worked in several different industries, including modeling, interior design and travel, however, writing has always been her passion - even if she didn't go about it in the usual way. She earned a degree in Creative Writing from the University of Victoria in British Columbia and currently lives in a semi-rural setting fifteen minutes from that city.

Giveaway Details:

1 winner will receive a $15 Amazon Gift Card, International.

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Tour Schedule:
Week One:
8/27/2018-Angel's Guilty PleasuresSpotlight
8/27/2018- Simply Daniel RadcliffeReview
8/27/2018- Cindy's Love of BooksSpotlight
8/27/2018- Melissa's Eclectic BookshelfSpotlight

8/28/2018- Moonlight RendezvousReview
8/28/2018- Adventures in LiteratureSpotlight
8/28/2018- Just Another BookaholicSpotlight
8/28/2018- Fall Into BooksSpotlight

8/29/2018- Mythical BooksSpotlight
8/29/2018- Lilly's Book WorldReview
8/29/2018- BookHoundsSpotlight
8/29/2018- Jaime’s WorldSpotlight

8/30/2018- Don't Judge, Read- Spotlight
8/30/2018- Becky on BooksSpotlight
8/30/2018- Tales of the Ravenous ReaderSpotlight

8/31/2018- Spilling WordsSpotlight
8/31/2018- ParajunkeeSpotlight
8/31/2018- Two Chicks on BooksSpotlight

Thursday, August 30, 2018

Release Day Blitz- STEALING TRANQUILITY Reverse Harem (Dragon Descendants Book 1) by J.L. Weil With An Excerpt & Giveaway!

I am so excited that STEALING TRANQUILITY by J.L. Weil is available now and that I get to share the news!
If you haven’t yet heard about this wonderful book by Author J.L. Weil, be sure to check out all the details below.

This blitz also includes a giveaway for a $10 Amazon Gift Card, International, courtesy of J.L. and Rockstar Book Tours. So if you’d like a chance to win, enter in the Rafflecopter at the bottom of this post.

About the Book:

Title: STEALING TRANQUILITY Reverse Harem (Dragon Descendants Book 1)
Author: J.L. Weil
Pub. Date: August 30, 2018
Publisher: Dark Magick Publishing, LLC
Formats: eBook
Pages: 180
Find it: GoodreadsAmazon

Get ready to meet Jase, Kieran, Zade, and Issik, the last dragon descendants.

Olivia Campbell’s life gets turned upside down when her mother suddenly passes away. Left with only a stepdad who despises her, she turns to the streets. Penniless and alone in the Chicago winter, how much worse can it get?

She is about to find out.

A chance encounter with a stranger who has the most breathtaking violet eyes changes her world. Just a warm smile and a quick flash of dimples is all that it takes to capture her interest in Jase Dior. Olivia wonders if her luck has finally returned.
She soon finds out that Jase collects thingspretty girls to be precise. A glimpse of her sultry honey hair in an alley excites him. He must have her. And he isnt taking no for an answer.

Jase sweeps Olivia off the streets to the Veil Islesa mystical and hidden land uncharted by any mortal and ruled by the only dragon coven left in the world.

What the hell did she get herself into?

Four dragons. 
One headstrong heroine.
And a reverse-harem fantasy romance that could change the fate of a dying race. 

Stealing Tranquility will transport fans of Twilight, A Shade of Vampire, and Shadowhunters to an enchanted world unlike any other. Prepare for a unique spin on the lore you loveand an adventure that is as thrilling as it is unexpected. 

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*Recommended for ages 17+ due to language and sexual content

Zade moved so he stood just slightly in front of me as if protecting me. Odd. Did I need protection from Jase? “Just making sure our little gem doesn’t get herself in trouble.” Zade cocked his head to the side. “Isn’t that what we agreed on?”

The tranquility-breathing dragon stood inside the arched doorway, glaring at Zade with a mean scowlhis eyes so dark they almost appeared black. Yes, but that doesnt include you seducing her.

“Since when do you meddle in my extracurricular activities?” Zade challenged him, with an edge to his voice.

It was my turn to frown. I was no one’s extracurricular activity.

A growl rose up in Jase’s throat. He stormed to where Zade and I where awkwardly standing. “She’s off limits.”

Golden God’s lips formed into a tight line. “You forget, Jase, you’re not king. There is no single ruler of the Veil anymore.”

Things had escalated quickly, and I didn’t want these two going into the dragon ring over me. “Hey!” I yelled, stepping between the two. Not the brightest of ideas, but at the moment, it was all I could think to do. I didn’t want blood spilled over me.

A muscle began to thump in Jase’s jaw. “Keep your lips off her.”

Spreading my arms out wide between them, my hands flattened on their chests. “Okay. First off, I can kiss whomever I want.”

Jase’s glower deepened.

I rolled my eyes. This was ridiculous. Framing Jase’s face with both of my hands, I rose up on my toes and planted one on him, just to prove a point. The joke was on me.

The moment our lips met, all annoyance vanished from within me. My eyes fluttered closed as I fell into the blissful storm that was all Jase. His lips were soft and skilled, expertly moving over mine. His hands came up to cup either side of my cheeks, and he deepened what was supposed to be a peck. My mouth opened, letting him in, and a purr sounded at the back of my throat as his tongue swept inside.

I’d never been kissed like this beforeso passionately and fervently. My fingers bunched his shirt, holding him in place just in case he got any ideas about pulling away. I wasn’t done yet. Honestly, I never wanted to stop kissing Jase Dior.

Zade cleared his throat behind us. How had I forgotten about him? Jase pulled back, his breath as ragged as mine.

I glanced up into his eyes, seeing the violet in them glowing brightly. “There. Are you satisfied?” I rasped, swallowing a knot of yearning. No more kissing dragons.

“Not nearly.” Jase’s head dipped as if he was going to take possession of my lips again.

My hand pressed against his chest, keeping him just out of reach. “Oh, no. I think I’ve kissed enough dragons today.” I could barely believe I had locked lips with two of them within minutes of each other.

What is wrong with me?

About Jennifer:

USA TODAY Bestselling author J.L. Weil lives in Illinois where she writes Teen & New Adult Paranormal Romances about spunky, smart mouth girls who always wind up in dire situations. For every sassy girl, there is an equally mouthwatering, overprotective guy. Of course, there is lots of kissing. And stuff.

An admitted addict to Love Pink clothes, raspberry mochas from Starbucks, and Jensen Ackles. She loves gushing about books and Supernatural with her readers.

She is the author of the International Bestselling Raven & Divisa series.

Giveaway Details:

1 winner will win a $10 Amazon Gift Card, INTERNATIONAL.

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Monday, August 27, 2018

Blog Tour- HARBINGER by Nicole Conway An Excerpt & Giveaway!

Hey everyone! I am thrilled to be hosting a spot on the blog tour for HARBINGER by Nicole Conway! 

I have an excerpt to share with you today! And make sure to enter the giveaway below!

Haven't heard of HARBINGER? Check it out!

Title: HARBINGER (Dragonrider Legacy) 
Author: Nicole Conway
Pub. Date: August 14, 2018
Publisher: Month9Books, LLC
Formats: Hardcover, Paperback, eBook
Pages: 374
Find it: GoodreadsAmazonB&NiBooksTBD 
Victory is written in the blood of the brave. As the armies of the Tibran Empire continue to march across Maldobar, a path of scorched destruction and despair is left in their wake. Even with the formidable princess, Jenna Farrow, leading the charge, the strength of the dragonriders is waning. Tibran victory appears inevitable—especially after Princess Jenna and Prince Aubren are taken hostage by the infamous Lord Argonox. Separated from her brother and tortured for information, Princess Jenna refuses to bend to the iron will of Argonox. But her strength and resolve may only last so long. Held prisoner in his dark tower, it would take a miracle to set her free—or perhaps a pair of demigods and their dragons. With revived dragonrider legend, Jaevid Broadfeather, at his side, Reigh must now make a choice: face the truth about the origin of his dark powers, or turn his back on world in need. But throwing off a lifetime of shame and self-doubt is not so easily done—especially when the cost of failure means the destruction of the world. The long-awaited hero has awakened. The ancient spirits are stirring. The dark goddess has chosen her champion. But is he ready to embrace that rite and become the Harbinger Maldobar needs him to be?
Now on to the excerpt!

I heard him before I saw himwhich was nearly always the case with Phillip.
“Good morning, my love!”

I stole a quick glance over the top of the book I was studying, one centered on aerial battle techniques, as Duke Phillip Derrick swaggered into the parlor and leaned against the arm of the sofa beside me. He peered over my shoulder, invading my space to see what I was reading. Or maybe he just wanted to see what I would do if he let his cheek brush mine.

“I’ve asked you not to call me that,” I muttered, fully aware of the futility of having this discussion again.

“I’ll stop when it stops being true,” he replied.

He probably thought he was being clever, using lines like that.

Calling him ridiculous would have been the understatement of the century. It was just a cruel, inconvenient coincidence that he also happened to be one of the better-looking men I knew. That hadn’t always been the case, however. When we’d been children, which hadn’t been all that long ago, he had been tall, gangly, and awkward. He’d had buck teeth, a face covered in freckles, and a regular riot of loose, black curls on his head that had stuck out all over the place.

Now, in his late twenties, he’d changed quite a bit. He didn’t have the buck teeth anymore. In fact, his were obnoxiously perfect and straight now. I got a good look at them every time he flashed me one of those roguish, coy smiles he most likely thought were charming.

There were still a few freckles dusted across his cheeks and nose, almost invisible now because of his tanned skin. His hair, however, was no less a mess than it had been when we’d been little. It was still as black as pitch, wavy, and tended to poke up if it was even the least bit humid. He wore it a bit longer now, almost to his shoulders, so that those loose curls framed his squared jawline in a pleasing way. Something about how they shone in the light made you want to run your hands through them, just to see if they were as soft as they looked.

Not that I’d ever tried it myself. I had a firm no-touching policy with Phillip. The cheek brushing was a test, I knew. If he tried that again, I’d be forced to smack him to reinforce my rules.

“More battle plans?” he asked.

“We know the Tibrans will strike again soon,” I replied. “Without Reigh here to help even the odds, we’ll have to try some new techniques. I only have four riders at my disposal, counting myself. That doesn’t leave us with much hope when the next attack comes. If the Tibrans have proven anything, it’s that they bounce back quickly and fiercely. We can wager with confidence that their next assault on this city will be far more brutal.”

“Ah.” Phillip shifted and looked down at his boots. “Well, for what it’s worth, I have the utmost faith in you.”

So much for keeping the conversation light.

Truth be told, I was no good with that sort of thing. Social grace and appropriateness might as well have been foreign tongues. Being aprincess didn’t grant me an innate sense of grace; and when it came to interacting with other nobles, I had a long track record of embarrassing myself.

It was easy to play it off like I didn’t care what they thought about me, most of the time. I think many people, even my own brother, believed that rusethat it really didnt bother me not to be very refined when comporting myself in court. But there were moments when I wished I could come up with the right things to say; moments when I wished I had just a single ounce of social confidence. Half the time, whenever I opened my mouth, it was the soldier in me who spoke rather than the princess.
I managed to smile back at him slightly, which was a huge mistake.

Phillip grinned and leaned in closer like he was trying to dazzle me with his sharp, vibrant green eyes. “You’re so lovely when you smile, Jenna.”

I immediately scowled. “Stop that.”

“Stop what?”

“Whatever it is you’re trying to do.” I raised my book up again and all but buried my nose in the crease of the pages. “Go away, please. I’m very busy.”

He sighed. I felt his presence withdraw from looming over my shoulder. For an instant, I dared to hope he really had gone away.

I should be so lucky.

The couch where I sat minding my own business and hoping for a few minutes of quiet to read and plan suddenly lurched. Phillip flopped down onto the opposite end of it, reclining back and staring at me while he scrunched up his mouth and rubbed his chin.

“You’ll fall for me one day, you know.” He sounded so sure. “Maybe not tomorrow, or next month, or next yearbut eventually. My love for you knows no limits. Ill wait forever, if thats what it takes.”

I resisted the urge to hurl my book at him. One well-aimed shot and I was pretty sure I could break his nose with it. If I’d thought for even a second that might humble him a little, I might have tried it. “You’re impossible.”

“Impossibly handsome, maybe.” I could hear the smirk in his voice without looking.
I rolled my eyes. Like I saidridiculous.

His antics weren’t a recent development, though. Phillip had been antagonizing me this way for years, baiting me for any response he could possibly get. I thought he honestly just liked getting me riled up and he’d discovered that flirting with me shamelessly was an easy way to do it.

This game of his had started when I’d turned thirteen. I’d grown from my own awkward childhood body into adolescence and finally become a figure of interest for young men in the court. Hooray for puberty, I suppose. Most girls would have been delighted to suddenly be regarded as beautiful. I was cautiously intimidated by those kinds of compliments, however, especially from the boys my age.

I wasn’t sure how many of them actually saw meor were just looking for an easy leverage point to get to the crown. Fortunately, my father, King Felix Farrow of Maldobar, was protective. He wouldnt allow most of the suitors who wanted to spend time with me to come anywhere near our family. I was grateful for that.
It felt like I might be safe to make some of my own life choices, after all.

And then Phillip began professing his undying love for me.

He was older, the son of a longtime family friend, and I’d known him literally since birth. He and Aubren, my older brother, had been partners in crime for as long as I could remember. We’d all played together as children. He was already inside my father’s barrier of family trust, so when he started to show interest in me, everyone just seemed amused by it. Perhaps they assumed we would be married eventually, anyway.

I found it completely annoying and humiliatinglike he was making a joke out of me.
Now, more than ten years later, nothing had changed in that department. Phillip was one of the only men in my father’s court that still didn’t seem thrown by my determination to follow what I knew to be my destiny and become a dragonrider. It wasn’t a womanly thing to do hefting swords, smiting enemies, riding in a dragon’s saddle. At least it wasn’t in Maldobar. I was undeniably good at it, though, and that only seemed to make my father even more irate. He’d been staunchly against it from the very beginning.

But when my dragon, Phevos, had chosen me that had left no room for anyone’s objection, not even the king’s.

I was born to be a dragonriderin body, in heart, and now in destiny.

“Would you go for a walk with me?” Phillip asked suddenly.

I lowered my book so I could glare at him. “Why?”

He put on one of his rare, businesslike frowns. If he’d known I found that look slightly less annoying than any of his other expressions, he might have used it more often.
Of course, I would die before I ever told him that.

“I’m having the catacombs and undercrofts below city opened for anyone who wants to begin moving there in the event of another attack. I’ve encouraged those with young children, or any who might have difficulty moving quickly, to depart now. I’ve also opened two of the escape tunnels for anyone who may want to escape to the mountain passes. We know those paths are clear of Tibran forcesso far. They should be safe, he explained. Like you said, we have to accept the reality that the Tibrans are going to come back. Id like to go see how everythings progressing.”
I arched a brow. “That’s so responsible of you.

His brow puckered with a wounded expression. “I can do my job, you know. My love for you hasn’t blinded me from all the things your father expects of me as duke. I mean to take care of the people here as best I can.”

“And that’s the only reason? Worry for their welfare?”

Phillip made a snorting sound, as one side of his mouth curled up into a half smirk.
“That and the remote chance you’ll hold on to my arm or hand while we walk.”

I closed the book and narrowed my eyes. “Don’t count on it.”

About Nicole:

MY NAME IS NICOLE CONWAY and I love to write stories! I've been writing books since I was very young, and am blessed beyond measure to be able to do it now as a full time career. Although I sometimes step out into other genres, I primarily write Fantasy for teens and middle graders.

I graduated from Auburn University in 2012, which is also where I met my husband. As a military family, we move frequently and have lived numerous places all around the world. We have one very energetic son, Ethan. We also have two dogs (French Brittanys) named Joey (currently 5 months old) and Phoebe (4 years old) and a ball python named Noodle Nagini.

For inquiries on how to book me for a school visit, presentation, or interest in my future or current projects, please contact my amazing literary agent, FRAN BLACK, of Literary Counsel.

Giveaway Details:

1 winner will win a $10 Amazon Gift Card, International.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Tour Schedule:

Week One:
8/27/2018- Just Another BookaholicSpotlight
8/27/2018- Two Chicks on BooksExcerpt

8/28/2018- Novel NoviceExcerpt
8/28/2018- Patriotic BookaholicSpotlight

8/29/2018- Adventures and ReadingReview
8/29/2018- Jaime's WorldSpotlight

8/30/2018- Pacific Northwest BookwormReview
8/30/2018- The Bewitched ReaderInterview

8/31/2018- The Crafty Book NerdReview

Week Two:
9/3/2018- Reads and RecipesReview
9/3/2018- All the Ups and DownsExcerpt

9/4/2018- A Bookish DreamReview
9/4/2018- BookHounds YAInterview

9/5/2018- For the Love of KidLit- Interview

9/6/2018- Rhythmicbooktrovert - Review
9/6/2018- Two Points of InterestExcerpt

9/7/2018- Finding Magic In BooksExcerpt
9/7/2018- Patriotic BookaholicSpotlight

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