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Monthly Archives: May 2017
Lou Sylvre is over at MM Good Book Reviews teasing the readers with a few snippets. Check out the post here, and thanks again to Pixie for hosting us. Don’t forget to enter our giveaway!
Hi! Good News: Sunset at Pencarrow—by Lou Sylvre and Anne Barwell—will be released June 7, and the blog tour is all set! Check out the stops below for some fun posts, some thoughtful posts, and chances to enter the Rafflecopter … Continue reading
Come join The Romance Reviews Sizzling Summer Reads Party 1-30th June! Play games, join the fun and win prizes. Don’t forget to register so you can play the game. It’s free and easy. Lots of prizes to be won! I’ll … Continue reading
Rainbow Snippets is a group who post 6 sentences each week from LTBTQ+ fiction or a book rec. Check out the FB page for more. #RainbowSnippets I haven’t posted in a while, but finally getting to a breathing space between … Continue reading
A big welcome today to Chris McHart as part of her release day blitz with Eyes on Books for Unexpected Powers. Synopsis Unexpected, Book Four Ash’s life hasn’t been the best so far. Mated to a man he hates, he … Continue reading
Life’s been a bit hectic lately with 2 books releasing close together bringing a lot of edits, and promo. I’ve also got a submission deadline end of this month, and taxes due 1st July. I feel bad that I have … Continue reading
A big welcome to Joe Coastentino – and his characters Nicky and Noah – as part of his blog tour for Drama Luau Interview with Nicky and Noah, the leading characters in Joe Cosentino’s fourth Nicky and Noah mystery/comedy/romance series, … Continue reading
My monthly post at Love Bytes Reviews for May is about Genre Crossing ie books that cross genres. I’d love some recommendations plus any ideas about how to promote one….