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Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Release Day Blitz- SAVAGE LANDS by @S_MarieBrown With An Excerpt

I am a huge fan of Stacey's books so I just HAD to share this! I hope everyone grabs a copy now!

 

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Almost twenty years after the barrier between Earth and the Otherworld fell in the Fae Wars, Budapest is balancing on the precipice. A battle for dominance is brewing between the elite fae and the privileged humans in Eastern Europe. The prejudice between the sides is bubbling with hate and violence. 

Nineteen-year-old human, Brexley, has grown up in privilege, but not without heartbreak. After being orphaned, she is taken in by General Markos, living in a walled city rife with power grabs and ruthless political games. Then one night the course of her life changes, and Brexley is thrown into the most feared prison in the east. Terrorhaz—where you go in but don’t come out. 

She must learn to live with the worst of fae and human criminals. The rule of hierarchy puts humans on the bottom, where the only way to survive each day is to make alliances with the fae.

Here she meets the sexy, vicious legend, Warwick Farkas. A myth among man and fae. He is as brutal, cruel, arrogant, and as lethal as the lore says he is, ruling the prison with unchallenged authority. Brexley can’t deny an intense draw to him, one that might cost her life.

If The Games don’t take her out first—

A fight to the death where only one survives.

 

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His long, dark hair was pulled back, heavy scruff cut along his strong jawline, displaying his full bottom lip. His unnerving aqua eyes slid slowly over the room like fingers caressing a body. The bright color against his olive skin and black hair and lashes made them pop out like laser beams set on you. With one foot on a bench seat, he leaned against the wall, his arm draped over his knee, a king watching over his domain, taking everything in. 

Alpha. Brutal. Raw. Dangerous. Terrifying. Sensual. 

Everything about him was severe. Even sitting, I could tell he had to be taller than six foot seven. His tattoo-covered arms, shredded with muscles, exhibited physical strength. Even the loose V-neck uniform curved snugly around his biceps, chest, and pecs. 

Intensity, power, dominance, and violence danced around him as if they were the only things daring to be near him. He appeared at ease, but every touch of his gaze over the room suggested he could kill before the enemy even knew he moved. 

Peering through his dark lashes, his gaze met mine, and making me feel I had been punched in the stomach, ripping the air from my lungs. My heart thumped against my ribs like it came to life or knew it was about to die, drumming the final chords in my life. Against the cotton, my nipples hardened, instantly reacting to the intense energy moving around me. 

Fuck. Me.

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Stacey Marie Brown is a lover of hot fictional bad boys and sarcastic heroines who kick butt. She also enjoys books, travel, TV shows, hiking, writing, design, and archery. Stacey swears she is part gypsy, being lucky enough to live and travel all over the world.

She grew up in Northern California, where she ran around on her family’s farm, raising animals, riding horses, playing flashlight tag, and turning hay bales into cool forts. She volunteers helping animals and is Eco-friendly. She feels all animals, people, and environment should be treated kindly.

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Blog Tour-THE PSYCHIC'S MEMOIRS by @ucalthisreality With An Interview & #Giveaway! @RockstarBkTours 

 

I am thrilled to be hosting a spot on the THE PSYCHIC'S MEMOIRS by Ryan Hyatt Blog Tour hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. Check out my post and make sure to enter the giveaway!

 

About The Book:

Title: THE PSYCHIC'S MEMOIRS (Terrafide #2)

Author: Ryan Hyatt

Pub. Date: July 30, 2020

Publisher: Ryan Hyatt

Formats: Paperback, eBook

Pages: 252

Find it: Goodreads, Amazon, Kindle

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In The Psychic’s Memoirs, a hot-tempered Los Angeles detective and his distracted partner are assigned to find an alleged teenage psychic whose capture might determine the outcome of a looming civil war and humanity’s relationship with a misleading alien force. The standalone novel is part of Ryan Hyatt’s Terrafide series, techie tales of woe and hope in which characters grapple with a world falling apart. The Terrafide universe, which also includes Rise of the Liberators and Stay Younger Longer, takes place on an alternate timeline that mirrors and mimics present-day events.

Praise for The Psychic’s Memoirs

“The Best Cyberpunk Novels of 2020 and 2021” --Joel Stafford, Joel’s Books 

"A mind-warping journey through an all-too-plausible near-future America where sociopolitical revolution and advanced technology represent the promise and peril of human evolution."--Jake Anderson, author of Gone at Midnight: The Mysterious Death of Elisa Lam 

“Hyatt's superior ability to build a convincing lived-in world just over the horizon is on display page after page. This is not another orgy of post-apocalyptic horrors, but an opportunity to see every calamity as a possible stepping stone toward utopia.”--A.L. Lorentz, author of The Filter Trap and Dead Monkeys 

Check out the other books in the Terrafide series!



Interview:

Hey Ryan! First I want to say welcome to Two Chicks on Books I’m glad you could stop by for a chat! THE PSYCHIC’S MEMOIRS sounds AWESOME and I can’t wait for everyone to read it!

For the readers: can you tell us a little bit about the THE PSYCHIC’S MEMOIRS and the characters?

Sure, thank you. This is a story inspired in many ways from years I’ve spent working with students with learning disabilities. While many of these students often struggle with everyday tasks others take for granted, sometimes these students also have talents that are notable, even extraordinary. I’ve had students for example, who couldn’t read well, but they wrote, made and edited amazing movies. I’ve had students who couldn’t remember what happened yesterday, but they wrote and sang songs that made me well up with tears. The list goes on and on.

There’s a lot to the human mind, and people exhibit their challenges and abilities in unique ways.

One of the characters in THE PSYCHIC’S MEMOIRS, Alice Walker, is like some of the students I’ve worked with who have autism. Mysterious, awkward, but as you get to know them and peel the layers, they often turn out to be a richer and more endearing person than you initially expected. In Alice’s case, her extraordinary talent is that she can see the future, which makes her critical to the human race and not to be taken lightly.

What are you working on now?

I have an idea for a young adult novel that’s an offshoot from my adult Terrafide series. I’ve written about forty pages of the manuscript, and I like it, but I’m still not committed. The idea is to write a tale that wins over the youth so they might get interested in reading the Terrafide series as they grow into adults. Or, I might explore another genre and come back to sci-fi later. Not sure.

As I weigh my next project, I’m enjoying a break from novel writing and spending more time reading for pleasure. It’s a nice change.

Were any of the characters in the book inspired by people from your real life?

Most of my novels have characters that are parodies of people I know in real life, and TPM is no different.

Who was your favorite character to write? What about your least favorite?

I loved writing Mr. Y, a sentient bobble head created in the likeness of Mr. T of 1980s fame. Bringing Mr. Y to life was a blast. I also had fun writing the dismissive conservative character, James Elroy. Lydia Jackson, the lesbian, and the mundane relationship she’s muddling through with her lover were fun to write, too, mostly because I felt like the world’s love advice columnists were channeling themselves through me as Lydia weighed whether or not she was ready to get married…

Hardest writing was the main character, Ted Kaza, an anti-hero with anger issues, a loyal dog, and a colorful past who I tried to make just likeable and interesting enough to keep readers vested in him. I look forward to what readers think about him by the end of the story. Did Kaza turn out cool? The jury’s out.

What is your favorite passages/scenes in THE PSYCHIC’S MEMOIRS?

The dialogue between Mr. Y and James Elroy might set a new bar for weird robot-human relationships. And, of course, it’s always interesting when a mecha shows up on your doorstep…

What kind of research did you have to do for the story?

As part of my training as a special education teacher, I was introduced to the sad, strange history of California’s eugenics program, of which many people are not familiar, but I explore in the novel.

Who is your ultimate book villain?

The multiple personalities of The Horde from Split and Mr. Glass from Glass, part of M. Night Shyamalan’s superhero movies, I feel are definitely under-appreciated. Dark but brilliant. Female villains that are equally depraved that I definitely would think twice about inviting over for dinner: Nurse Ratched from One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Annie Wilkes from Misery, and the Wicked Witch of the West from The Wizard of Oz.

What inspired you to write Cyberpunk?

I like exploring the interface of society and technology in a world slipping out of control, no matter how much we tout its ‘progress.’ I hope my novels reflect the good, bad, and ugly of our world while offering some ideas how to make it better.

Lightning Round Questions

What are you reading right now? Or what do you have on your TBR that you’re dying to read?

Please Kill Me: The Uncensored Oral History of Punk. It’s like I’m in my twenties again hanging out with my buddies at a bar after the show.

Instagram, Twitter or Facebook?

Facebook allows me to write anecdotes about life in L.A. or tales about playing Barbies with my daughter without worrying about a word count. Some people who friend me I sometimes find worrisome, especially when I take a gamble on them and they start spewing ideas I don’t support on my timeline. I often have to purge my ‘friends’ list. On the other hand, FB is less pretentious and/or presumptuous than Twitter, which seems based around followers, celebrity culture and the latest craze, which doesn’t always matter to me. Instagram is cool if you’re visual and like to enjoy the arts, nature and beer, which I do.

Favorite Superhero?

Growing up, Spider-Man and Captain America. Now, Wolverine.

Favorite TV show?

So many, please don’t make me choose … Deadwood, Vikings, Westworld, Watchmen…

Sweet or Salty?

Salted caramel

Any Phobias?

Raccoons

Song you can’t get enough of right now?

The Clash, “Train in Vain”

Fall 2020 Movie you’re most looking forward to?

The Matrix 4 in 2022

Thanks so much Ryan for answering my questions! I can’t wait for everyone to read THE PSYCHIC’S MEMOIRS!


About Ryan:

Ryan Hyatt was born in Tucson in 1976. He was raised in Phoenix, Los Angeles, Chicago and Copenhagen before returning to his hometown and graduating from the University of Arizona in 1999 with a bachelor’s degree in history, psychology and creative writing. Hyatt spent much of his twenties working as a reporter and columnist for newspapers such as the Apache Junction Independent and Santa Monica Daily Press. In addition to the Terrafide series, he is author of the modern western, The Death of Rock ‘n’ Roll, and editor of the satirical sci-fi news site, The La-La Lander, as well as Not Your Father’s Bedtime Stories, children’s tales he creates with his daughter. He holds a master’s degree in education from California State University Northridge and develops and manages literacy intervention programs for Los Angeles schools. For updates on the state of the future, visit thelalalander.com.

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Giveaway Details:

3 lucky winners will receive a finished copy of THE PSYCHIC'S MEMOIRS, US Only.

3 lucky winners will receive an eBook of THE PSYCHIC'S MEMOIRS, International.

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Tour Schedule:

Week One:

10/19/2020

Jaime's World

Guest Post

10/19/2020

Lisa-Queen of Random

Guest Post

10/20/2020

Two Chicks on Books

Interview

10/20/2020

JaimeRockstarBookTours

Instagram Stop

10/21/2020

Bookhounds

Interview

10/21/2020

BookHounds

Instagram Stop

10/22/2020

A Dream Within A Dream

Guest Post

10/22/2020

A Dream Within A Dream

Instagram Stop

10/23/2020

TMA Corbett Tries To Write

Guest Post

10/23/2020

tmbacorbett

Review

 

Week Two:

10/26/2020

Books A-Brewin'

Excerpt

10/26/2020

Books A-Brewin'

Instagram Stop

10/27/2020

Rajiv's Reviews

Review

10/27/2020

Rajiv's Reviews

Instagram Stop

10/28/2020

Little Read Riding Hood

Review

10/28/2020

littlereadhood

Instagram Stop

10/29/2020

Lifestyle of Me

Review

10/29/2020

Bookswithpaulak

Review

10/30/2020

Pine Enshrined Reviews

Review

10/30/2020

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Monday, October 19, 2020

Blog Tour- JUST SHELBY by @BrooklynJames7 With An Interview & A #Giveaway! @RockstarBkTours

 

I am thrilled to be hosting a spot on the JUST SHELBY by Brooklyn James Blog Tour hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. Check out my post and make sure to enter the giveaway!

 

About The Book:

Title: JUST SHELBY

Author: Brooklyn James

Pub. Date: October 27, 2020

Publisher: Arena Books

Formats: Paperback, eBook

Pages: 290

Find it: Goodreads, Amazon, Kindle,  B&N, iBooks, Kobo, Smashwords

A secret note square found in a handmade guitar proves that small town gossip is not only ubiquitous but occasionally true. This gossip comes with strings rivaling those on Ace Cooper’s guitar, the safest strings he will ever have around his heart.

Ace’s father warns him to stay away from the Lynn girl. Daughter of a deceased bootlegger and a barely living addict, Shelby Lynn is no stranger to small town contempt. She keeps her nose in the books and feet to the ground, a college scholarship the only escape from her tumultuous life.

As Ace’s heartstrings unravel, so does his family’s role in Shelby’s broken past. Thrust into a precarious journey of their roots brimming with music and betrayal, the two have never been closer…to the truth of how Shelby’s father died. One truth transforms every facet of their lives forever.

A dual POV friends-to-first-love story, Just Shelby is an unsuspecting mystery that depicts how growing together can sometimes hurt worse than growing apart.

 

Interview:

Hey Brooklyn! First I want to say welcome to Two Chicks on Books. I’m glad you could stop by for a chat! JUST SHELBY sounds AWESOME and I can’t wait for everyone to read it!

For the readers: can you tell us a little bit about JUST SHELBY and the characters?

Just Shelby is a dual POV friends-to-first-love story that depicts how growing together can sometimes hurt worse than growing apart. Although Shelby and Ace experience the same small town very differently, they find more that unites them than separates them. The daughter of a deceased bootlegger and a barely living addict, Shelby is no stranger to small town gossip. She's an outcast who dreams of nothing more than college, city life, a place where her family's tumultuous past does not define her. Ace pridefully plans on staying in his hometown because his own mother left it, and his father, in the rearview mirror years ago. Not exactly a golden boy, Ace's moody and mysterious demeanor coupled with his solid job as a miner make him a hot ticket in the traditional Appalachian community. The one person's approval that Ace seeks the most is his father's, following in his footsteps at the mine to ensure it. Until he and Shelby grow closer and she discovers Ace's hidden talent and desire for music. One of her mother's triggers, Shelby is just not that into music. But when Ace plays it, she can hear its intoxicating melody. As Ace becomes the one constant in her chaotic life, Shelby encourages his musical aspirations, much to his father's chagrin. This ultimately leads to the discovery of a secret note square hidden for eighteen years in a handmade guitar, which proves that small town gossip is not only ubiquitous but occasionally true. What role did Ace's family play in Shelby's broken past?

What are you working on now?

As an indie author/singer-songwriter, I often work on a book and then on music or occasionally work on both simultaneously as with my first novel, The Boots My Mother Gave Me, which comes with an original music soundtrack, making for a unique Audible experience. The music element of Just Shelby inspired a new run of songs that we are working on at Wonderland Studios, Austin, Texas. So that is first on the agenda for me, getting a few new singles and videos turned out in 2021. I am outlining two other novels in the meantime, one Adult and one YA. If Just Shelby is well received, we will follow-up with an audiobook as well.

Were any of the characters in the book inspired by people from your real life?

One need not read any further in my writing than The Boots My Mother Gave Me (based on the true-life event of growing up with an abusive father) and Born in the Bed You Were Made: One Family's Journey from Cesarean to Home Birth (my true nonfiction book to date) to know that I often approach writing as “creative therapy.” Just Shelby may have been the first book I've written where I identified as much with the male protagonist as with the female protagonist, in large part due to Ace's music aspirations and his strained relationship with his father because of those aspirations. And growing up in a small town quite similar to the one Shelby is so desperate to break free from, I knew immediately who she was.

Who was your favorite character to write? What about your least favorite?

Side characters are usually my favorite to write. Enisi—Shelby's Cherokee paternal grandmother—was my favorite character to write in this book. Speaking of characters being inspired by real life, Enisi's ceremonies, wisdom, and self-reliance were inspired by an extraordinary woman whom I had the pleasure of meeting and becoming forever friends with nearly ten years ago on a writing retreat/seasonal position I took part in at Brooks Lake Lodge in Dubois, Wyoming. My least favorite character to write was Shelby's mother, Maisy, only because of the addiction she struggles with. The topic itself requires great truth but great care. My father struggled with alcoholism, a catalyst in his abuse, for years before his suicide. The effects of addiction are quite raw to me. But Just Shelby is a story of redemption. In that respect, writing Maisy's character was satisfying and pivotal to the outcome.

What is your favorite passages/scenes in JUST SHELBY?

My favorite passages in most any book are those that portray the romance aspect. Just Shelby being a friends-to-first-love story, there are many of those types of scenes. Shelby and Ace have an easy friendship. They share playful banter. They support and encourage each other. They are adept at and quite enjoy pressing one another's buttons. All things that make for an easy transition from friends to first love. However, they are guarded, and rightly so. Shelby doesn't want to end up like her mother, in love and pregnant at seventeen and stuck in a small town forever. Ace doesn't want to end up like his father, falling in love with the only girl in his small town who would leave him the way his mother left his father. So their transition from friends to first love comes with its fair share of strife. Shelby is book smart but quite naive in the romance department, unlike Ace. The first time they almost kiss, I relate to her internalization of that feeling: Forget butterflies and mush. This feels like a chemical reaction. Exothermic. Combustible. Humans can’t actually explode. Can they? And when they do actually kiss for the first time, I love how everything—even the sensation of kissing Shelby—comes back to music for Ace: Akin to one more song…it'll never be enough.

What kind of research did you have to do for the story?

I researched Appalachia, the setting, which I found to have much in common with the rural Pennsylvania town I grew up in. I researched addiction, the opioid epidemic specifically, as Shelby's mother became hooked on prescription painkillers after her teen pregnancy/birth with Shelby. There was some Cherokee language and herbal medicine research required for the side character portrayal of Enisi. Twenty years removed from high school, I YouTubed the origami technique of folding a secret note square, which became a favorite homeschool art project for my children.

Who is your ultimate book boyfriend?

My ultimate book boyfriend is Jeremiah “Miah” Johnson from The Boots My Mother Gave Me because I surprisingly and eventually married the muse for the character.

What inspired you to write YA romance?

The inspiration to transition from Adult Romance to YA Romance grew out of a personal reading slump. My preferred reads are romantic novels that are not exactly romance novels. Don't get me wrong, it is the romance aspect of any book that keeps me reading. However, as a reader I thoroughly enjoy books that give me experiences and feelings beyond love. Coming of age, underdog archetypes, and memoirs always satisfy my reading sensibilities. Even nonfiction is a favorite genre of mine. But I came to a point where I was looking for something else, a change of reading pace, which led me ambivalently to YA. As an adult with a propensity for “steamy” romances, I assumed that there wouldn't be much for me in YA novels. Was I ever wrong. My TBR list teemed with YA must-reads that provided countless experiences and feelings beyond love. Just what I was looking for! Dual POV YA books—Rainbow Rowell's Eleanor & Park to name one—were some of my absolute faves. That's when Just Shelby morphed from a single POV Adult novel to a dual POV YA novel. In retrospect, I believe I was in a writing slump as well, Just Shelby slowly coming to life as an Adult Fiction manuscript. As soon as I took it in the direction of YA, it gave new and expeditious life to the manuscript, challenging yet refreshing all the same. The detail I relished most about writing YA is the freedom to explore endings that are uplifting and inspiring without being quintessential happy-ever-after endings. Something that I have run into before in writing Adult Romance is that there seems to be a lot of pressure to go in the happily ever after direction where love is the be-all and end-all. The majority of Young Adult books I have read, and the ones I enjoy most, leave the reader with a clear sense of who the characters are and how they have transformed, but love is merely a part of that transformation and not the journey itself. A true joy to read and write!

Lightning Round Questions

What are you reading right now? Or what do you have on your TBR that you’re dying to read? 

I am currently rereading Where the Crawdads Sing. Can't get enough of that book! For our homeschool curriculum, we are reading The Call of the Wild. Apparently they released the movie at the beginning of this year, which we will be watching after we finish the short adventure novel.  I'm listening to Written in My Own Heart's Blood (Outlander, Book 8) on Audible. Up next on my TBR, I have Heart Bones, All the Ugly and Wonderful Things, and Recommended for You.

Instagram, Twitter or Facebook?

I am more active on IG and FB these days than I am on Twitter. A newbie to IG, it is my current preferred platform. I like Instagram's display and ease of navigation. It speaks to the minimalist in me. For the singer-songwriter aspect of my work, I use YouTube and SoundCloud. SoundCloud is wonderful for sharing sounds, not simply music but audiobook snippets as well. I do have to remind myself to post to social media. It is not something that I prioritize naturally. For all the benefits of social media, it definitely falls into the category of moderation for me as it can easily become too much of a good thing.

Favorite Superhero?

A child of the eighties, I was pretty proud of my Incredible Hulk Underoos, even though they were predominantly marketed to boys back then. A Marvel fan, I'm obsessed with the character development Hulk has experienced! He will always be one of my favorites. But, I tell you, the ladies are killin' it for me these days, Captain Marvel (that fiery mohawk) and Black Widow among my faves. And Mystique—never have I rooted for a supervillain more.

Favorite TV show?

We are into Big Bang reruns currently, the Marvel-obsessed cast of characters providing some of the best Marvel references and cameos. 

Sweet or Salty? 

Totally salty!

Any Phobias?

Hmm... Is “What If They Hate My Book” a phobia?

Song you can’t get enough of right now?

Lee Brice—One of Them Girls & Brandi Carlile—The Mother

Fall/Winter 2020 Movie you’re most looking forward to? 

I have been looking forward to Marvel's new Black Widow movie that was supposed to release this past May. Then they said maybe fall, but now they're saying May 2021, because of covid. At this point, I'd see pretty much anything in an actual theater!

 

Thanks so much Brooklyn for answering my questions! I can’t wait for everyone to read JUST SHELBY!

 

About Brooklyn:

Brooklyn James is an author/singer-songwriter who savors any opportunity to blend books with music. Her first novel, The Boots My Mother Gave Me, has an original music soundtrack, making for a unique Audible experience. Out of Boots grew a platform where it was Brooklyn's honor to serve as a guest speaker with a focus on awareness and prevention of domestic violence and suicide.

Her latest speaking engagements centered around accessibility, rights, and choice in birth, as well as writing workshops on how to put pen to paper composing one's own birth story with the release of her birth memoir, Born in the Bed You Were Made: One Family's Journey from Cesarean to Home Birth.

Just Shelby gifted both the challenge and the thrill of this author's primary exploration into the Young Adult genre. She cherishes reader reviews, if you should be so inclined.

Moonlighting occasionally in voice-over and film, Brooklyn played a Paramedic in a Weezer video, met Harry Connick Jr. as an extra on the set of When Angels Sing, appeared in Richard Linklater's Boyhood for all of a nanosecond, and was a stand-in and stunt double for Mira Sorvino on Jerry Bruckheimer's Trooper pilot for TNT. Although reading, dancing, working out, and a good glass of kombucha get her pretty excited, she finds most thrilling the privilege of being a mother to two illuminating little souls and a wife to the one big soul from whom they get their light.

Brooklyn holds an M.A. in Communication, a B.S. in both Nursing and Animal Science, and lives in Texas Hill Country.

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Giveaway Details:

1 winner will receive a Signed Paperback that comes with a 3-set candle gift pack (one limited edition Just Shelby book scent "Gray Fog," one fall scent, and one winter scent). The Signed Paperback/Candle Set is valued at $35. US Only.

3 lucky winners will receive an eBook of JUST SHELBY, International.





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Tour Schedule:

Week One:

10/19/2020

Two Chicks on Books

Interview

10/19/2020

JaimeRockstarBookTours

Instagram Stop

10/20/2020

What A Nerd Girl Says

Excerpt

10/20/2020

What A Nerd Girl Says

Instagram Stop

10/21/2020

Lisa Loves Literature

Guest Post

10/21/2020

Lisa Loves Literature

Instagram Stop

10/22/2020

Abbott Can’t Write

Review

10/22/2020

A Dream Within A Dream

Excerpt

10/23/2020

Bookhounds YA

Interview

10/23/2020

BookHounds

Instagram Stop

 

Week Two:

10/26/2020

Lifestyle of Me

Review

10/26/2020

Cuzinlogic

Excerpt

10/27/2020

The Phantom Paragrapher

Review

10/27/2020

Books A-Brewin'

Excerpt

10/28/2020

Pine Enshrined Reviews

Review

10/28/2020

Lisa-Queen of Random

Excerpt

10/29/2020

Rajiv's Reviews

Review

10/29/2020

Rajiv's Reviews

Instagram Stop

10/30/2020

Bookswithpaulak

Review

10/30/2020

Oh Hey! Books

Excerpt


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