book review, book tour

July in Review

And so another month draws to a close. I started July like a powerful lioness, but sometime over the last 31 days, I turned into the cowardly lion (before Dorothy). I was involved in three Blackthorn Book tours this month. I love being a reviewer for Blackthorn Book Tours. It is a great way to… Continue reading July in Review

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Book Tour: Come Join The Murder by Holly Rae Garcia

My third and final Blackthorn Book Tour of the month, Holly Rae Garcia’s impactful crime thriller, Come Join The Murder. About the book "This is a novel I would read and reread and recommend to others. Fans of vigilante and desperado revenge will delight in this horror story." — Horror Tree. Rebecca Crow’s four-year-old son… Continue reading Book Tour: Come Join The Murder by Holly Rae Garcia

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Book Tour: Murder in Montague Falls

My second book tour of the month for Blackthorn Book Tours, Montague Falls is an interesting anthology of three novellas, by three different authors, set in the same town. ABOUT THE BOOK WHITE HOT THRILLS! PITCH BLACK DEEDS! 3 TALES OF TEENS TACKLING THEIR DARKEST RITES OF PASSAGE Acclaimed storytellers Russ Colchamiro, Sawney Hatton, and… Continue reading Book Tour: Murder in Montague Falls

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Book Tour: Nightmare Asylum by Sonia Kilvington

I have the pleasure of being part of another Blackthorn Book tour. This time it is for dark fiction short story collection, Nightmare Asylum and Other Deadly Delights. The Book Nightmare Asylum – Despised by day, tortured by night. A midwifery student’s life disintegrates into a terrifying nightmare, after a disturbing encounter with the notorious… Continue reading Book Tour: Nightmare Asylum by Sonia Kilvington

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Auxiliary: London 2039 by Jon Richter

I’m very pleased to be part of the My Bookish Life blog tour for Jon Richter’s new book, Auxiliary: London 2039. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to post my review yesterday as planned, but I hope you will agree that it’s better late than never. About the book The silicon revolution left Carl Dremmler behind. Now… Continue reading Auxiliary: London 2039 by Jon Richter