Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Vicious by Andrea Murray

She can’t escape her past . . . or her future. 

After Vivian Cartwright’s aunt is killed by the same mysterious man who caused her mother’s death, she flees to protect those she loves. Searching for the father she’s never seen, she spends months on the road, working her way from one rundown motel to another and trying to move on with her lonely life. 

Vivian must face her past when the very people she’s trying to protect walk through the door of the diner where she works, but their bittersweet reunion is short-lived when her nemesis, the man with black eyes, kidnaps Abby and Cooper. 

Forced to work for the man she’s tried so hard to escape, Vivian learns she is only one of several gifted teenagers belonging to a corrupt group called the Liaisons. She joins with Wyck, a sinfully handsome twin and computer genius. Together, she and her unlikely ally discover the truth about the organization and its strange connection to her family.

March 16 - Crazy Four Books – Excerpt

March 17 - HappyTails and Tales – Review

March 19 - BookJunky Girls – Review

March 20 - TakingIt One Page at a Time – Review

March 23 - Chick Lit Plus – Review

Author Bio:

Andrea Murray has been teaching English forlonger than most of her students have been alive.  She has taught everything from junior high language arts to concurrent credit freshman composition. She lives in a very small town in Arkansaswith her precocious daughter, energetic son, and racecar-driving husband.  When she isn't writing or reading novels for her students, she's probably watching reality television or cheesy science fiction movies.  Vicious is the second book in the Vivid Trilogy.

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Thursday, February 19, 2015

Review Tour: Deadly Bloodlines by Elke Feuer

A serial killer determined to repeat a murderous pattern that started twenty years ago.

Years after leaving Cayman because of her notorious serial killer mother, Angel Mason returns as an inspector on the police force. On the twentieth anniversary of her mother's capture, someone is murdered in the same manner as her mother's victims.

To complicate matters more, Angel's old flame, Bren McDougal, is assigned to help her with capturing the killer, and it's soon undeniably clear that the passion between them is hotter than ever.

As the killer repeats her mother's deadly pattern, Angel must face the terrifying truth she's been hiding for twenty years.

Visit the following blogs for a book review!

March 23 - Caroline Fardig    

March 25- Chick Lit Plus

March 26 - Chick Lit Plus

March 27 - The Phantom Paragrapher

About the Author:
Elke was born and raised on Grand Cayman and lives there with her husband and two kids who keep her on her toes.
When not writing, she's helping other writers in Cayman through her organization CayWriters.
She stumbled into writing romantic suspense because of her fascination with serial killers, but writes other genres because characters keep telling her their stories and she's a sucker for a crazy story.
What people are saying
"Elke Feuer skillfully keeps you guessing in this twisty-turny romantic suspense story about a Cayman investigator tracking a copycat killer--one imitating the crimes of her own serial-killer mother. Suspenseful and satisfying!" ~Francine LaSala, author of The Girl, the Gold Tooth & Everything

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Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Perception by A.L. Waddington

My hopes, my dreams, and most of all me…we will finally be, set free. 

Questions, questions, and more questions . . . they consume Jocelyn Timmons’ life—both of them. Questions that never seem to have an answer. They haunt her, eat at her, and dreams of a normal senior year of high school have finally floated away into nothingness. 

Inheriting the gift of EVE (Essence Voyager Era) has become both a gift and a curse. One that Jocelyn doesn’t know if she wants or can accept. The world she once knew and thrived in has all but disappeared in the last two months. And now she wonders if she can ever find her way home again. 

Her fiancé, Jackson Chandler, and his family seem to be the only ones who understand what she’s going through besides her uncles, both of which she’s grown very close to. But even they do not fully grasp how turbulent the situation at home has become. Will Jocelyn survive the torments from her mother and brother? Or will she find a hidden key to finally unlock her golden cage? 

Find out in Perception, the griping third installment in the EVE series.

March 9 - Chick LitPlus – Review

March 10 - Books,Authors, Blogs – Novel Spotlight

March 11 - TwoChildren and a Migraine – Review

March 13 - SultrySteamy Reading – Review

March 16 - Ali’s Bookshelf Review – Review & Excerpt

About the Author

 A. L. Waddington grew up in a small town in Indiana and always had a vivid and overactive imagination. She loves music, playing sports, and can be quite mischievous at times. She has been known to play practical jokes on occasion and is a firm believer in the theory of organized chaos. She has a slight addiction to coffee and gummy bears. When she’s not hidden behind her laptop or buried in a book, she can be found working in her gardens, cheering on her favorite team, the Indianapolis Colts, or trying to lose that last stubborn ten pounds. She graduated with her BS in psychology from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis. A. L. and her family reside in Indiana.

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Twitter: @A_L_Waddington

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Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Absinthe Doesn't Make the Heart Grow Fonder by Holly Kerr

What would you do for your friends?
What could be more fun than celebrating your fortieth with your three BFF's?
Josie sets off with Lana, Poppy and Meredith for an evening celebrating her birthday with the best intentions. Dinner, dancing and a little drinking.
A little more drinking, in a few questionable locations. It's good to catch up with the girls. But then...
Josie realizes her husband isn’t cheating on her, but Poppy won’t talk about the fact that her husband is. Lana won’t talk about her ex, Ted and Meredith is trying to hide something.
The secrets start to come out.
And then something bad happens.
Secrets can really ruin a friendship.

February 23 - SamanthaMarch –  Excerpt

February 27 - Writer’sCorner – Review

March 4 - Authorsto Watch – Excerpt

March 5 - TwoChildren and a Migraine – Review

March 6 - Chick Lit Plus – Review

March 10 - LivingLife With Joy – Q&A & Excerpt

March 12 - ChristyHerself – Review

March 13 - Ogitchida’sKwe’s Book Blog – Excerpt

March 16 - Jersey Girl Book Reviews – Review, Q&A & Excerpt

March 18 - Chick Lit Plus – Review

March 19 - BookReferees – Excerpt

March 20 - Reeca’sPieces – Review

March 23 - Polished& Bubbly - Review

Author Bio:

Holly Kerr writes contemporary women's fiction/chick-lit/romance and doesn't particularly enjoy talking about herself in third person.

Her books include Coming Home, Unexpecting and Absinthe Doesn't Make the Heart Grow Fonder. She lives in Toronto with her husband and three kids.  She doesn't consider herself a typical chick-lit writer since loves everything about Star Wars, Harry Potter, Joss Whedon and has a thing for superheroes; however a story about falling for a superhero might be interesting for her to write. When she's not writing, she likes to play in the dirt in her garden and enjoy a glass of wine while cooking, although she's trying to cut back while she's training for a marathon.

If you require more information about Holly and her books feel free to visit her website or follow her Blog. At times she discusses the craft of writing but usually she muses about her life and what's she reading, writing or watching. Holly hopes you enjoy her books and she welcomes a chance to interact with her readers, but not in any creepy way. A simple comment "Hey, I really like/don't like..." would be a lovely way to begin a conversation.

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Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Madeline Cain: Adventures in Fashion by Emily Craven

Madeline Cain knows that after six chaotic months, the rest of her time in New York City will be smooth sailing with Kevin -- her new squeeze -- by her side. That is, until Madeline's idols drop a bombshell - she needs to pick a specialisation before the year is out or risk losing the career of her dreams. The problem? She's about as sure of her photographic passion as a hiker is of outrunning a bear. 

Thus Madeline begins her search for her one true path with student-arranged assignments featuring certifiably insane children, lip-synching rockers, a dog whisperer, and… zombies? But it’s not until Madeline secures a 'life-debt' by saving a potential mobster from a gun-wielding cross-dresser that she sets her sights on an amazing internship opportunity. 

Is her new patron really part of the mob? Can she nail this internship when all her experiments are going to hell? And how does she deal with Kevin's obsession over her escapades? 

Written as though you’re reading Madeline's Facebook page, Adventures in Fashion will leave you giggling on the floor as Maddie posts about the second half of her Big Apple adventure.

February 23 - Chick LitPlus – Tour Kickoff

February 25 - Jersey Girl Book Reviews – Review, Q&A & Excerpt

February 25 - Polished and Bubbly – Review & Excerpt

February 26 - Reeca’sPieces – Review

February 27 - TheEast Village - Review

February 27 - LivingLife With Joy – Q&A & Excerpt

March 2- ABlue Million Books – Q&A & Excerpt

Author Bio:

Emily Craven was first inspired to placed pen to paper when she was 12, after she learnt her favourite author, Isobelle Carmody, began her first novel at 14. Emily finished two manuscripts while completing a Bachelor of Science (Space Science and Astrophysics and Geophysics) at the University of Adelaide. So technically, she can claim to be an astrophysicist (stars), geophysicist (rocks) and writer (crazy). She writes YA fiction, Fantasy and non-fiction. Emily lives in Australia and yes, back when she was a teenager her high school had its own herd of Kangaroos. She's been to almost every continent (Africa being her weakness in continent-domination) and has the pretty photographs to prove it (though probably less professional than Madeline Cain...).

Unusual talents and hobbies include: Getting excited at the thought of sky diving (though if you try to attach her to the end of a bungee cord she will take you down with her). She loves belly dancing, singing, is a self-confessed Trekkie, and will never pass up a good bar of chocolate. If you put her anywhere in the vicinity of snow, she turns into a five year old.

Emily has a website and two blogs, one on writing ( and one on independent publishing and digital storytelling ( You can find her on Twitter @TheMadelineCain or on Facebook at



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Buy 'Madeline Cain: Adventures in Fashion' ebook before the 4th of March and email your receipt to ebookrevolution(at) and receive your free eBook of 'The Grand Adventures of Madeline Cain'!  

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Beauty and the Bridesmaid by Lisa Souza

Could love be a nip/tuck away?
Having endured her mother's fourthwedding, hypnotized by makeover shows and tempted by a Zvengali-esque image consultant named Kennedy J, über bridesmaid Dot Lindell launches into an odyssey of self improvement, plastic surgery and therapy.
Then new and improved Dot encounters former high school hottie John Miller. She begins a risky deception, convincing both John - and herself! - that she's a totally different person. Maybe she can pull it off: after all, she's unrecognizable.
But John introduces Dot to his best friend and that bully from her nightmares Jack Weston. Jack has changed since high school, too. He's grown more dangerous.
Beauty and the Bridesmaid is a darkly comic tale of transformation and choices, frenemies and friendships, the heroic saga of a nice woman who only wants to look in the mirror and feel beautiful, but may find the price higher than she bargained.

March 2- ChicksThat Read – Review

March 3 - TheLovely Books – Novel Spotlight

March 4 - BookSuburbia – Excerpt

March 4 - Book Mama Blog – Excerpt

March 5 - BenishKhan – Review 

March 9 - GirlLoves Pink Books – Review & Excerpt

March 9 - Storm Goddess BookReviews -  Q&A& Excerpt

March 10 - Chick Lit Plus – Review

March 13 - ReecasPieces – Review

March 13 - NovelEscapes – Q&A

March 13 - Jersey Girl Book Reviews – Review, Q&A & Excerpt

March 16 - Polished& Bubbly – Review & Excerpt

Author Bio:

Lisa Souza was raised on the mean streets of Spokane, Washington, one of five siblings wrestling for attention and hot meals.

She has a degree in English because both her husband and parents insisted she buck up and finish something. Without outside pressure, she fizzled out on an interior design program, bailed on computer science after two years, but rallied to complete her certification in hypnosis in 2012.

Lisa lives in the Snohomish Valley with her first husband Mark, (author of Robyn's Egg), two stoic children, and Tater the rescue dog, whose ancestry is very much in question.

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Monday, February 2, 2015

Review Tour: Red Hot Blues by Mickey J Corrigan

Growing up in the fast lane… 

Sixteen year old Telluride Marshall loves her sex kitten mother, but the woman is a thug magnet. Kittie's love affairs always end the same—packing only what they can carry for a middle of the night escape. On the road once again, Tellie tries to warn her mom about the dangers they'll face in the stolen hot rod with thousands of dollars belonging to Kittie's abusive ex. But while Tellie wants to shape a different kind of life, all Kittie wants is another man. The question becomes, who does the road belong to when you're racing down the interstate in a red hot sports car?

February 23 - ChickLit Plus

March 2 - Jersey Girl Book Reviews


Originally from Boston, Mickey J. Corrigan lives and writes and gets into trouble in South Florida, where the men run guns and the women run after them. The tropics provide a lush, steamy setting for hot Florida pulp. Books include the edgy novellas in The Hard Stuff series from the Wild Rose Press (Whiskey Sour Noir, Vodka Warrior, Tequila Dirty, and RealLife Rum); the spoofy Geekus Interruptus and F*ck Normal from Australia's Bottom Drawer Publications; and the thriller Sugar Babies from Champagne Books. Her urban crime novel, Songs of the Maniacs, is new from Salt Publications in the UK. 


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