Monday, June 21, 2021

Now scheduling a one month tour for It Happened on Thunder Road by Susan Antony #YAFantasy #Paranormal

Now scheduling a one month tour for It Happened on Thunder Road by Susan Antony 

This tour will be July 5 - August 2 (weekdays only)

I am scheduling reviews, interviews and spotlight stops

pdf, epub and mobi available for reviewers 

To participate in this tour please send:

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A couple suggested dates during the tour

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It Happened on Thunder Road
Susan Antony 

Genre: YA Fantasy Romance, Suspense, Paranormal Elements
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Date of Publication: 04-24-21
ISBN:  1509235329
Number of pages: 292
Word Count:   72000
Cover Artist: Kim Mendoza

Tagline: Hang on, baby, for the ride of your life.

Book Description: 

When Emmy Russo returns to high school in Moncks Corner, South Carolina after summer break, she discovers some changes. First: Mom has a boyfriend. Second: the cute new student, Charlie Fields, is a Rockabilly greaser with a gang who obeys his every command. Third: attractive Keir Harper wants to be more than just her best friend. And fourth: a perplexed Emmy soon finds herself drawn to two extremely different boys. How do you choose between sweet and smoldering? 

Then tragedy strikes on desolate Thunder Road. Strange things start happening, with Emmy in the middle of it all. Intent on finding the truth, she must fight for her heart, her life, maybe even her soul. Because someone wants to possess all of Emmy. And they will be together, no matter what the cost. For eternity.

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About the Author:

Susan Antony, an aspiring Renaissance woman, never shies from a challenge. Not only does she have a degree in the Liberal Arts, she has a degree in Automotive Technology. She currently works in the IT department at a local Charleston hospital. Susan lives with her teenaged son and two behaviorally-challenged Cairn Terriers. To maintain her sanity, she cherishes her Friday evenings dancing the night away!






Now On Tour Dragon(e) Baby Gone by Robert Gainey #DetectiveFantasy #Dragons #Fantasy #ExclusiveExcerpt

June 21 Booklikes

June 22 Sadie’s Spotlight 

June 23 Momma Says: To Read or Not to Read
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June 25 The Book Junkie Reads (Interview)
June 28 Serena Synn (Guest Blog)

June 29 Supernatural Central (Interview)
June 30 Lisa’s World of Books
July 1 Fang-tastic Books 

July 2 Roxanne Rhoads FB

July 5 Paranormalists (Guest Blog)

July 6 Roxanne’s Realm 
July 7 The Creatively Green Write at Home Mom (Guest Blog)

July 8 Jazzy Book Reviews
July 9 Sapphyria's Books

July 12 Fang-tastic Books FB

July 13 JB's Bookworms with Brandy Mulder (Interview)
July 14 Bewitching Book Tours

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July 15 I Smell Sheep (Review)

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Dragon(e) Baby Gone
Reports from the Department of Intangible Assets 
Book One
Robert Gainey

Genre: Detective Fantasy
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Date of Publication:  June 28, 2021
ISBN:978-1-5092-3658-9 Paperback
ISBN: 978-1-5092-3659-6 Digital
Number of pages: 254
Word Count: 69,377

Cover Artist: Debbie Taylor

Tagline: Overworked. Underfunded. Outgunned. Sometimes the greater good needs a little help from a lesser evil. 

Book Description: 

“Dragon is hard to overcome, yet one shall try.”
 – Nowe Ateny, Polish Encyclopedia, 1745

Diane Morris is part of the thin line separating a happy, mundane world from all of the horrors of the anomalous. Her federal agency is underfunded, understaffed, and misunderstood, and she’d rather transfer to the boring safety of Logistics than remain a field agent. 

When a troupe of international thieves make off with a pair of dragon eggs, Diane has no choice but to ally with a demon against the forces looking to leave her city a smoldering crater. 

Facing down rogue wizards, fiery elementals, and crazed gunmen, it’s a race against time to get the precious cargo back before the dragon wakes up and unleashes hell. 

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“Get her!” somebody shouted, from a completely different direction, as soon as I set foot into a four-way intersection. Gunfire erupted, and I just kept right on running, wondering what kind of moron thinks that ‘Get her’ is the way to start an ambush. I reminded myself that crime at their level didn’t attract the best and brightest minds available.Thank Christ for that.

Stairs. Stairs leading up. Hell to the yes. I bounded up them, stumbling with uneven concrete steps, and hit the door full-on, bouncing it nearly out of the warped wooden frame and bursting into a storage room. I saw another door on the other side and didn’t even pause to slam the door all the way shut before pulling a set of shelves down over it. People that would slow down. Mephits would torch through so fast it wasn’t funny.

“This is Squid, Squid to Eagle, come in Eagle!” I shouted, hoping that wherever I was now, it wasn’t going to be so lethal for my radio. The storage room was full of shelving units like the one I’d just toppled, and aside from a couple lights on the ceiling and a fire extinguisher mounted next each door there was nothing else in the room.

Static fed back, and then, “This is Eagle, we read you loud and clear.” Oh man, small miracles are the best miracles. I was at the second door, and this one was sturdier, metal, and locked. I set the case down, and pulled out a toolkit from my belt.

“I have the package with me, have encountered hostile natives and even more hostile tourists,” I said, trying to keep my gasping breath out of the transmission. Blood fell in fat drops onto my hands as I undid the paneling around the door’s push-button lock. “Location, unknown. Out of the sewers, in a storage room.” I glanced around for a moment and turned my attention back on my work. Trying to work fast was a good way to get no work done, but it was hard when I knew that the pursuit wasn’t going to give up because I’d gone through a mere door. “No indication of location or purpose of storage.”

“We copy that. We show you in a junction within the waste treatment plant.Confirm location?”

“Negative. Tracking device was part of inoperable equipment, no longer on person.” I eased a lock pick forward, touching one pin after the other as I held them in place using a tension rod. . Simple lock. Easy to open under ideal circumstances. It didn’t help that now I needed both hands and one of my eyes was effectively glued shut with bloody slime. Just my kind of ideal circumstances.

The goons didn’t even have the decency to knock before they slammed into the meager barricade, and I heard one let out a yell as he bounced off. He must have tumbled off the stairs and back down into the cesspool because his yell cut off abruptly.Then the banging continued at a more subdued pace.


About the Author:

Robert Gainey is a born and raised Floridian, despite his best efforts. While enrolled at Florida State University and studying English (a language spoken on a small island near Europe), Robert began volunteering for the campus medical response team, opening up a great new passion in his life. Following graduation, he pursued further training through paramedic and firefighting programs, going on to become a full time professional firefighter in the State of Florida. He currently lives and works in Northeast Florida with his wife and dogs, who make sure he gets walked regularly. Robert writes near-fetched fantasy novels inspired by the madness and courage found in everyday events.

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Now On Tour Then Came the Thunder by Rachael Huszar #HisFic #WesternFiction #CivilWar

June 21 Sadie’s Spotlight

June 22 Supernatural Central (Interview)
June 23 The Pimpettes FB

June 24 Lisa’s World of Books
June 25 Fang-tastic Books 

June 28 Paranormalists (Interview)

June 29 Roxanne’s Realm 

June 30 Serena Synn (Guest Blog)

July 1 Momma Says: To Read or Not to Read
July 2 The Book Junkie Reads (Interview)
July 5 Roxanne Rhoads Instagram

July 6 Booklikes

July 7 The Creatively Green Write at Home Mom (Guest Blog)

July 8 Jazzy Book Reviews
July 9 Bewitching Book Tours FB

July 12 Sapphyria's Books

July 13 JB's Bookworms with Brandy Mulder
July 14 Roxanne Rhoads FB

July 15 Bewitching Book Tours

July 16 Westveil Publishing 

July 19 Fang-tastic Books FB

Then Came the Thunder
Three Willows 
Book One
Rachael Huszar

Genre: Historical Fiction/Western Fantasy
Publisher: Rachael Huszar
Date of Publication: July 2, 2021
Number of pages:160
Word Count: 46,000
Cover Artist: Laura Boyle

Book Description:

Jessalyn Joy loves her husband, but she can’t help the feelings that arose when he volunteered for the Union army. When he comes back to her in a box instead of on his feet, those feelings complicate even more. 

Jessalyn’s mourning period is cut short when something begins to attack the livestock in their small town, and greater dangers begin to threaten their provincial life. Thrown together with the new reverend, one of her own students, and a strange man somehow related to her husband’s passing, Jessalyn must find a way to stop the evils that threaten her husband’s first and ultimately last home. 

Set in the Southwestern home front, Huszar blends a taste of fantasy into a startling down-to-earth world, creating a high stakes adventure for this strong female protagonist and her band of amateur sleuths.

About the Author: 

Rachael Huszar kept her life steeped in stories from a young age, and she began her own journey in story-making when she reached adulthood. In the time since, she has taken up swimming, roller skating, and consuming tabletop RPG streams. She spends the bulk of her time with her dog, Silo, and works full time as a designer in Dallas, Texas.

Now On Tour Sarana and the Dark King by Ivy Keating

June 21 I Smell Sheep (Guest Blog)

June 21 Momma Says: To Read or Not to Read

June 22 Sadie’s Spotlight

June 22 Westveil Publishing 

June 23 Booklikes

June 23 Serena Synn (Guest Blog)
June 24 The Book Junkie Reads (Interview)
June 25 Supernatural Central (Interview)
June 28 Lisa’s World of Books
June 29 Fang-tastic Books 

June 30 Paranormalists (Guest Blog)

July 1 Roxanne’s Realm 
July 1 JB's Bookworms with Brandy Mulder (Interview)
July 2 Bewitching Book Tours

July 2 The Creatively Green Write at Home Mom (Guest Blog)

July 5 Jazzy Book Reviews
July 5 Sapphyria's Books

Sarana and the Dark King
Ivy Keating

Genre: Fantasy
Publisher: Champagne Book Group
Date of Publication: March 22, 2021
ASIN:  B08Y81T7C4
Number of pages:  268
Word Count: 82,700
Cover Artist:  Sevannah Storm

Tagline:  The time for hiding is over.     

Book Description: 

The fearsome Dark King of Bounten, with a magical creature known as a Valomere by his side, is on a quest to find the rare metal tarilium. His brutal ways incite the powerful psychic Allani. But when news of his plans to invade the kingdom of Attaveer spread, a new opponent emerges---Sarana, the daughter of a farmer…or is she?

At birth Sarana was sentenced to death for her "cursed" white hair. The delivery nurse, Meriden, whisked the fair-haired babe to a loving home across the waters from Bounten. Her entire life she hid her appearance to avoid prejudice. Things changed when she discovered she too had a Valomere. She strived to learn the creature's magic and master fighting skills with the hope of becoming a warrior. Her dreams came true when she was allowed to join the Attaveerian king's network of spies--a group poised to help defend the kingdom from an invasion by the Dark King and his powerful army.

When word of the white-haired messenger reached the Dark King he vowed to stop at nothing to capture or kill his opponent.

The time for hiding is over.

Can Sarana save herself and her kingdom? Follow Sarana from death to destiny as she joins forces with psychics, Valomeres, and the power of inner strength, to defeat an evil king.

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Cabe moved closer and put his arm around her. “Are you afraid?”

“Of what?”

“Of war.”


“What scares you the most?”

“That I’ll let everybody down.”

“You won’t.”

He stroked the side of her face. She looked up at him and closed her eyes. The next sensation she experienced was the brush of his lips against hers. In the chilled air, he was the warmth she craved. He pulled off the cloth that tied her hair and ran his fingers through it. The fondling awakened her senses. There was nothing else. No forest, no war—just the need to feel his strong body against hers and the taste of his mouth. Her hair blew with the wind. He grasped her around the waist, and she tossed her head back to expose herself to the pleasure of his kisses on her neck and his hands on her body. Their lust enveloped her soul, but it could not contain her mind.

“Is something wrong?” he asked, as she rested her fingers on his chest to gently hold him back.

“Cabe, I want you. But tonight, I am a warrior.”

He held her close and gently bit her neck. The sensation aroused her. “I want you too.”

“Will you find me after the war?” she said into the night.

“I’ll be at your side.”

About the Author:

Motivated by nature’s mysteries and the complexity of human behavior, Ivy Keating writes science fiction and fantasy novels that explore the relationship between mankind and the natural world. A master’s degree in social work helps her understand the nature of her characters as they struggle with the repercussions of their actions.

Her first novel, Camouflage, was inspired by the landscape and natural beauty of New England. Sarana and the Dark King, was imagined from a mental picture of the Great Lakes. The proximity of these bodies of water and the land that surrounds them conjured the images of separate kingdoms—at least they did in her mind. Ivy believes that her challenge as a writer is to take a setting that intrigues her and create a plot that is both clever and surprising.







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Friday, June 18, 2021

Wintersfall Gen-Heirs: The Guardians of Sziveria Book One by Sarah Westill #Fantasy #PNR

 Falling in love was never part of the plan...

Gen-Heirs: The Guardians of Sziveria
Book One
Sarah Westill

Publisher: ‎ ISL Media
Publication date : ‎ June 3, 2021
Genre: Fantasy, Paranormal Romance

When a professional assassin’s daughter goes searching for her mother and sister’s killer, she never expected to fall in love…

With her inherited ability to handle a gun and know exactly how to use it, Katria is a valuable tool for the Sziverian government. In exchange for a deeper investigation of their deaths, she agrees to work for the First Intelligence Office.

Haunted by a dark family history, Sean Blackbain escapes the whispers by leading an Intel Guardian team.

All he wanted was to disappear.

Then a botched assignment sends the team home. Sean and Katria learn the contracts they signed three years ago were for more than work. They’re married. Away from dark alley danger and secret missions, they find themselves thrust into the glitz and deception of the ranked Guardian society.

As a Sympath, Sean can feel and absorb people’s emotional states, including the desire his new wife can’t hide. Fighting against their attraction is useless, and he quickly discovers he’ll do anything to keep her safe. Which turns out to be more difficult than he ever anticipated. The more Katria digs into the murders, the more danger seems to find her…

#Fantasy #PNR #ParanormalRomance #GenHeirs #TheGuardiansofSziveria #SarahWestill #WhatToRead #SummerReads #NewRelease #NewBook

Monday, June 14, 2021

Now scheduling a Release Day Blitz for Lightning Woman by Linda Thomas-Sundstrom

Now scheduling a Release Day Blitz for Lightning Woman by Linda Thomas-Sundstrom 

This blitz will be June 28

I am scheduling reviews, guest blogs, interviews and spotlight stops

pdf, epub and mobi available for reviewers 

To participate in this tour please send:

Your blog name and url

Please let me know if you wish to review

Lightning Woman
Wolves of the West 
Book One
Linda Thomas-Sundstrom

Genre: Paranormal Shifter Romance
Publisher: GothicScapes
Date of Publication:  June 28, 2021
Number of pages: 282
Word Count:  60,000
Cover Artist: Magnetra

Tagline: Meet the Arizona wolf pack and the ghosts that haunt them.

Book Description:

Are the ghosts of Macy Lyons' past stronger than the promise of a future with her new lover?

Macy Lyons is a respected member of the wolf pack housed in an old Arizona tourist attraction. Her special Were abilities make her a good scout, and also enable her to see the ghosts that haunt the desert. When those ghosts lead her to a visiting lawman from another state, she must find out why...and if those ghosts have a hand in shaping her future.

Florida detective Logan Carter has chased a criminal all the way from Florida to Arizona, and now can use the help of the secretive wolf pack housed at Desperado to find the crazy werewolf he seeks. But will his attraction to Desperado's beautiful she-wolf scout be a help or a hindrance to his mission in a landscape so different from his own?

About the Author: 

Linda Thomas-Sundstrom is an award-winning author of 40+ stories in the realms of paranormal romance, urban fantasy, and fantasy. She has been published by Kensington Publishing, HarperCollins/Harlequin Nocturne and Desire lines, and GothicScapes.

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Now On Tour Road to Juneau by Liam Quane #SciFi #Fantasy

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June 16 Serena Synn (Interview)

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June 22 The Book Junkie Reads (Interview)
June 23 Fang-tastic Books FB

June 24 Supernatural Central (Interview)
June 25 Roxanne Rhoads FB

June 28 Lisa’s World of Books
June 28 Fang-tastic Books 

June 30 Paranormalists (Guest Blog)

July 1 Roxanne’s Realm 
July 2 The Creatively Green Write at Home Mom (Guest Blog)

July 5 Jazzy Book Reviews
July 6 Sapphyria's Books

July 7 JB's Bookworms with Brandy Mulder
July 8 Westveil Publishing 

July 9 Bewitching Book Tours FB

June 12 Bewitching Book Tours 

Road to Juneau
Liam Quane

Genre: Sci-fi, Fantasy
Publisher: Beaten Track Publishing
Date of Publication:  18 May 2021
ISBN Hardcover: 978-1-78645-473-7
ISBN Paperback: 978-1-78645-452-2
ISBN eBook: 978-1-78645-453-9
Number of pages: 330
Word Count: 109,038

Cover Artist: Holly Dunn

Tagline: How was God supposed to defend Earth from the Monster, when the Monster knew Earth better than God ever could?

Book Description: 

New York: two years after the Third World War. Humanity is rebuilding its cities brick by brick; the damage done to the people, however, is a lot harder to repair. 

Dan Hardacre is one of those people. An aspiring stage actor and experienced draft-dodger, Dan struggles to find his place within the Utopic rebuild of New York City. When he’s not caught up with the duties of work, Dan lives a quiet life in mourning for his mother, Dyani, who went missing when he was a teenager.

One night, Dan experiences a vivid, terrifying nightmare that puts him right on the front lines of the war for which he dodged the draft; it ends with him facing Death itself in the form of a metallic, faceless humanoid creature that calls itself the Valkyrie. To investigate the reason behind his haunting experience, Dan seeks out a meeting with his estranged father, who reveals the startling truth about Dan’s dream: it wasn’t a dream. 

With this newfound knowledge and the powers it brings, Dan makes it his mission to return to the scene of his nightmare. However, he soon comes to know that confronting the Valkyrie not only endangers him but the war-withstanding world he leaves behind.

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About the Author:
Liam Quane is a British filmmaker and author from the working-class town of Skelmersdale, Lancashire. After gaining experience making short films, writing screenplays and editing music videos, Liam turned onto a different storytelling venture in the form of novels. And, after reading six of them, he wrote his own in a hectic hail of key presses and dicey guesses. This bullheaded effort morphed into what would later be called Road to Juneau. It may be his first book, but he has more ideas for further bookcentric ventures.

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