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#BookBlitz “A Light to Kill By (Mourning Dove Mysteries Series Book 3)” by Mikel J. Wilson



Book 3 of the Mourning Dove Mysteries Series


Mystery, LGBTQ


Date Published: August 3, 2021

Publisher: Acorn Publishing

Emory Rome is back in A Light to Kill By, the third book in the Mourning Dove Mysteries series – a follow-up to the international bestsellers Murder on the Lake of Fire and Death Opens a Window.

Moments after construction tycoon Blair Geister’s death, a mysterious wandering light kills someone else on her Southern estate. Is the avenging spirit of the millionairess on a killing spree, or are other forces threatening those in her inner circle? As the will is read, suspicion and jealousy arise, and fingers point to the heirs of her fortune. […]

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#ReleaseTour “The Writer” by Charlotte E Hart & Rachel De Lune


The Writer

Book 3 in The Broderick Series

by Charlotte E Hart & Rachel De Lune

#BroderickSeries #TheWriter #NewSeries #HartDeLune


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Four books – four drama laden love stories.

Families are complicated, especially when they’re built on scandals, secrets and lies.






#BookBlitz “Fresh Start (A 3J Mystery, Book 1)” by Mark Shaiken



A 3J Mystery, Book 1


Legal Mystery, Legal Thriller


Date Published: July 26, 2021

A secret family legacy becomes a ticking time bomb …

Skyscraper developer, Quincy Witherman, has continued his family’s two-hundred-year practice of hiding assets in Switzerland. Now, needing protection from his creditors, he hires […]

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#BookTour “The Girl in the Triangle” by Joyana Peters

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Welcome to the tour for The Girl in the Triangle by Joyana Peters! Read on for details and a chance to win a signed copy of the book!


The Girl in the Triangle

Publication Date: July 12th, 2021

Genre: Historical Fiction

When your dreams finally seem to be coming true, it’s hard to trust them.

It’s been four years since seventeen-year-old Ruth set eyes on her fiance. After surviving near-starvation, revolution and a long trip across the stormy ocean, she can’t help but wonder: Will Abraham still love her? Or has America changed him? […]

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Book Tour Schedule

August 2nd

Reads & Reels (Spotlight)

Jennifer Mitchell, Bibliolater (Spotlight)

 @lianne_the_bibliophile (Spotlight)

Nesie’s Place (Spotlight)

@disneyallthe_way (Review)

The Faerie Review (Review)

August 3rd

Kristin’s Novel Café (Spotlight)

Books, Teacup & Reviews (Spotlight)

Books, Rambling & Tea (Spotlight)

Jessica Belmont (Review)

Rambling Mads (Review) (Review)

August 4th

@loveleighreading (Spotlight)

Sophril Reads (Spotlight)

B is for Book Reviews (Spotlight)

 @bookloverleah (Review)

@addictedtobooks86 (Review)

August 5th

@happily_undignified (Spotlight)

Read & Rated (Spotlight)

Misty’s Book Space (Spotlight)

Banshee Irish Horror Blog (Spotlight)

August 6th

@better_0ff_read (Spotlight)

Liliyana Shadowlyn (Spotlight)

On the Shelf Reviews (Spotlight)

#BookReview “Her Previous Self” by Anne Allen



5/5 Stars!

After the loss of a child and the end of her marriage, Lucy Stewart doesn’t believe life could get any worse.

Of course, she’s wrong.

Just two weeks after returning to live with her parents on the Island of Guernsey, they inform her they’re taking a “much needed” three month vacation… and she is charged with looking after the ninety-year-old grandfather she barely knows and fears a little.

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Amazon UK  

Amazon US




#PromoTour ‘n’ #BookReview “Soul Deep: Perspectives on Race, Relationships, Social Justice, and Hope” by Various Authors

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Soul Deep— Perspectives on Race, Relationships, Social Justice, and Hope – offers a soul-baring excavation into the lives of eight African American women. Born, raised, and educated in the United States, the authors currently live in eight states and three countries. Despite differences in personality, lifestyle, skin color, hair texture, regional vernacular, and geographic location, they share a significant and life changing common bond—Their ethnicity. […]

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Authors involved:

S.M. Troye

Raven Banks

Angela Kay Austin

Kim Golden

Delizhia Jenkins

N.D. Jones

Lee Mariano

Tracey Wooden-Carlisle