Spies and Sweethearts blog tour: Book Review + giveaway

Spies & Sweethearts Author: Linda Shenton Matchett Genre: Historical Romance Release Date: April 15, 2020 A secret mission. A fake bride. A run for their lives. According to the OSS training manual, the life expectancy of a radio operator in Nazi-occupied France is six weeks. Partnered with one of the agency’s top spies, Gerard Lucas, newly-minted agent EmilyContinue reading “Spies and Sweethearts blog tour: Book Review + giveaway”

Book Review: To Love a Prince

An enchanting new royal romance from NYT bestselling author Rachel Hauck. Daffodil Caron is not a princess, even though she once dreamed of being one. After all, she grew up as a playmate to royal princes, running through the halls of Perrigwynn Palace in the North Sea’s Lauchtenland. But the day she stumbled upon aContinue reading “Book Review: To Love a Prince”

Book Review: The Crushing Depths Blog Tour

About the Book Book: The Crushing Depths Author: Dani Pettrey Genre: Romantic Suspense Release Date: June 30, 2020 They know the power and peril of the ocean.But as they get closer to the deadly truth…An even greater danger lurks just beneath the surface. When an accident claims the life of an oil-rig worker on the first drilling platform offContinue reading “Book Review: The Crushing Depths Blog Tour”

Sincerely Yours: Book Review + Giveaway w/ Celebrate Lit

Book:  Sincerely Yours Author: Kari Trumbo Genre: Contemporary Christian Romance Release Date: July 26, 2019 What if you fell in love with a man you’d never met? When marketing coordinator Liberty Dryden tries to help radio station owner and DJ Tom Higgs attract new listeners and advertisers, she hits a roadblock.He refuses to meet with her, and she hasContinue reading “Sincerely Yours: Book Review + Giveaway w/ Celebrate Lit”

Cover Reveal: A Thousand Sacred Moments by Connie Ann Michael

Originally posted on Anaiah Press:
Every moment is sacred, even the hard ones.? Sawyer and Raven are finally happily married and living by the beach in California, but things are far from perfect. Unsettled with “normal” civilian life, Sawyer feels called back to the battlefield. With Raven’s reluctant agreement, Sawyer deploys with a helicopter medic…

Meet Joiya Morrison-Efemini, author of Petrified Flowers!

Originally posted on Anaiah Press:
What’s more important: characters or plot? Characters are more vital to my stories. Characters drive the plot. When I create a fictional person, or write about a person I know, the identity of that person forms her ideas, her dialogue, and her actions. As long as I stay true to…

Release Day: Petrified Flowers by Joiya Morrison-Efemini

Originally posted on Anaiah Press:
AMAZON LINK Book Blurb: Tragedy uproots Iris and her sisters, all named after flowers, from the solid ground of middle-class life and plants them, unsupervised, in the rocky terrain of low-income housing. In a world where rain falls only on the privileged,?Liam, a student who attends the elite private school…

Celebrating 5 years of Celebrate lit blog tours

A message from one of Celebrate Lit’s esteemed organizers: Chautona Havig As often happens, college classes sparked an idea—a desire. Authors needed exposure for their books. Word of mouth goes so far, but what if more “mouths” could be rallied to spread the word about great books? Sandy Barela took all she’d learned in theContinue reading “Celebrating 5 years of Celebrate lit blog tours”