A Place We Call Home by Faith Hogan @GergHogan @Aria_Fiction @BOTBSPublicity #bookreview #contemporary #fiction

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Welcome to Ballycove, the home of Corrigan Mills... Set against the backdrop of the beautiful Irish countryside the famed mills have created the finest wool in all of Ireland. Run by the seemingly perfect Corrigan family, but every family has its secrets, and how the mills came to be the Corrigan's is one of them... … Continue reading A Place We Call Home by Faith Hogan @GergHogan @Aria_Fiction @BOTBSPublicity #bookreview #contemporary #fiction

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One Year of Ugly by Caroline Mackenzie @BoroughPress #bookreview #contemporary #fiction #humor

After fleeing crumbling, volatile Venezuela, Yola Palacio wants nothing more than to settle into a peaceful new life in Trinidad with her family. And who cares if they’re there illegally—aren’t most of the people on the island? But life for the Palacios is far from quiet—and when Yola’s Aunt Celia dies, the family once again … Continue reading One Year of Ugly by Caroline Mackenzie @BoroughPress #bookreview #contemporary #fiction #humor

The F*ck-It List by John Niven @estellecostanza @WmHeinemann #bookreview #contemporaryfiction

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You are dying. Who do you kill? Set in a near-future America, an America that has borne two terms of Trump Presidency and is now in the first term of Donald’s daughter as president, Frank Brill, a retired small-town newspaper editor, lives in a world where the populist policies Trump is currently so keen to … Continue reading The F*ck-It List by John Niven @estellecostanza @WmHeinemann #bookreview #contemporaryfiction

The Lucky Ones by Liz Lawson @LzLwsn @penguinrandom @getunderlined @netgalley #bookreview #contemporary #YAfiction

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May is a survivor. But she doesn’t feel like one. She feels angry. And lost. And alone. Eleven months after the school shooting that killed her twin brother, May still doesn’t know why she was the only one to walk out of the band room that day. No one gets what she went through—no one … Continue reading The Lucky Ones by Liz Lawson @LzLwsn @penguinrandom @getunderlined @netgalley #bookreview #contemporary #YAfiction

Prodigal by Samantha Sanchez @@RRBookTours1 #bookreview #contemporary #urbanfiction

Lyric is 21 years old and bored with the inhibited lifestyle of endless church activities she’s been forced to participate in since childhood. When she is offered the opportunity to be on a reality show, she jumps at the chance to move in with five strangers under the premise of pursuing further education. However, a … Continue reading Prodigal by Samantha Sanchez @@RRBookTours1 #bookreview #contemporary #urbanfiction

The Space Between Time by Charlie Laidlaw @claidlawauthor @RRBookTours1 @AccentPress #blogtour #promo #giveaway #ContemporaryFiction #DarkComedy #Preorder

The Space Between Time

Welcome to the month-long mega tour for Charlie Laidlaw's newest book, The Space Between Time, due for release on June 20th! There will be fantastic bloggers participating, who will be posting interviews, excerpts, reviews, and other exclusive content! Additionally, there are loads of goodies being given away, so be sure to enter at the bottom! … Continue reading The Space Between Time by Charlie Laidlaw @claidlawauthor @RRBookTours1 @AccentPress #blogtour #promo #giveaway #ContemporaryFiction #DarkComedy #Preorder

Bullet Wrecker by Alexander Salfiti @thealexsalfiti #ASCreativeWriting #voraciousreadersonly #contemporaryfiction #war

Bullet Wrecker

When Lee Jence gets a bullet to the spine while on tour in Afghanistan it isn’t just his own life that gets thrown into flux. While coming to terms with his new disability, his wife Laura, his best friend Stephen and his mother Rachel all have their lives turned upside down when a single bullet … Continue reading Bullet Wrecker by Alexander Salfiti @thealexsalfiti #ASCreativeWriting #voraciousreadersonly #contemporaryfiction #war

#CoverReveal for The Space Between Time by Charlie Laidlaw #Pre-order #ContemporaryFiction #DarkComedy

The space between time

I'm delighted to be able to take part in the cover reveal blog splash for The Space Between Time by Charlie Laidlaw and organized by R&R Book Tours. Expected Publication Date: June 20, 2019 Genre: Contemporary Fiction/ Dark Comedy There are more stars in the universe than there are grains of sand on Earth... Emma Maria Rossini … Continue reading #CoverReveal for The Space Between Time by Charlie Laidlaw #Pre-order #ContemporaryFiction #DarkComedy

#BookReview: Made to Break Your Heart by Richard Fellinger @rfellinger @book_glow

Made to Break Your Heart is a family saga, set in a gossipy suburb, that explores the complexities of raising a child, holding a marriage together, and maintaining your sanity in the cutthroat world of Little League baseball. It’s 2008, and Nick Marhoffer is a stressed-out dad who finds himself flirting with thoughts of infidelity. … Continue reading #BookReview: Made to Break Your Heart by Richard Fellinger @rfellinger @book_glow

Book Review: Drive-by Shouting by Mark Chase (9781911559122)

Oh, how those girls had loved an artist; now, guitars were carried by buskers and out of touch wannabes, while guys who couldn't play a note, but called themselves DJs, got laid every night. Matt and Gram were down and out band members in England finally on there way to the top when they were … Continue reading Book Review: Drive-by Shouting by Mark Chase (9781911559122)

Book review: The True and Outstanding Adventures of the Hunt Sisters by Elisabeth Robinson (0316159360)

This book is an epistolary novel which means it is written in letters.  The interesting part is that the letters are written by one person only.  You would think this would make it difficult to follow how the other characters are feeling, but Ms. Robinson does an excellent job of letting the reader know. The … Continue reading Book review: The True and Outstanding Adventures of the Hunt Sisters by Elisabeth Robinson (0316159360)

Book review: Them by Nathan McCall (9781433206467) Book on CD

Barlowe Reed is a single, African American man living in a home with his nephew in the old Fourth Ward of Atlanta.  He is fed up with Caeser (his name for white authority) and continues to work as a printer and hang out with the local black men at the Minimart.  Then one day a … Continue reading Book review: Them by Nathan McCall (9781433206467) Book on CD

Book review: Journey to Her Dreams by Iris Blobel (9781468144765)

Hollie has a great life in Tasmania, Australia living with her father, Murray, on their farm.  She has a wonderful and supportive group of friends and has met the man of her dreams.  However, her dreams are not all good.  She keeps dreaming of a woman presumably in Ireland who is unhappy and being abused … Continue reading Book review: Journey to Her Dreams by Iris Blobel (9781468144765)

Book review: Edge of Evil (Ali Reynolds #1) by J.A. Jance (0060828412)

Ali has lost her job, her marriage and her best friend all in a few days. The job and marriage are a wash due to replacements with younger women, but her friend's alleged suicide does not ring true. Ali moves home to Sedona, Arizona and with the support of her family and friends starts an … Continue reading Book review: Edge of Evil (Ali Reynolds #1) by J.A. Jance (0060828412)

Book review: Fortunate Son by Walter Mosley (031606628)

The story is about two boys brought together by fate and torn apart by fate. Thomas is a young boy man born to a single mother who meets a white, widowed doctor with a young son of his own, Eric. Thomas and Eric become very close growing up in the wealthy doctor's home in California, … Continue reading Book review: Fortunate Son by Walter Mosley (031606628)

Seeing Stars by Diane Hammond #bookreview #contemporaryfiction #childactors

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Welcome to the real world of trying to become a child star. Ruth Rabinowitz is helping her daughter Bethany find her niche in the rigorous and volatile television and/or motion picture business in Hollywood. But is it costing her marriage and her sanity? Mimi Rogers is a long-time, aggressive, cranky, talent agent for child, teenage … Continue reading Seeing Stars by Diane Hammond #bookreview #contemporaryfiction #childactors

Book review: The Divorce Party by Laura Dave (9780143115601)

This book gives “Meet the Parents” a new twist. Gwyn Huntington has been married 35 years to the day and she’s having a divorce party… for herself.  Her husband Thomas has claimed he is found religion and wants to move on, but she knows the real truth.  What will Thomas do when she reveals her … Continue reading Book review: The Divorce Party by Laura Dave (9780143115601)

Book Review: Lovers and Gamblers by Jackie Collins (9780446356602)

This is a reissue of the 1977 edition. Al King is a rock singer and selfish stud extraordinaire. His brother and manager, Paul King, gets Al whatever he wants and boy does he want a lot. Dallas is a former hooker gone beauty queen/actress. Everyone wants a piece of her and she plays hardball like … Continue reading Book Review: Lovers and Gamblers by Jackie Collins (9780446356602)