About the book: Take an exciting ride on the Orient-Express. Intrigue, saving the day from terrorist attacks, world traveling and a sexy FBI agent all rolled into a thrilling story with a HEA.As she rushed down London’s Victoria Station, feisty Air Traffic Controller Mara Ellington fought her apprehensions about this journey. It was no longer... Continue Reading →
The Billionaire’s Club Book Tour
Amara's Calling Billionaire's Club Series Book 1 by C.L. Donley Genre: Contemporary Romance Looking for your next billionaire book boyfriend? Meet Grayson Davis. He's a brilliant, bullied computer nerd turned handsome playboy, with a penchant for blondes. She's the assistant to the assistant, who works on the third floor and is... not blonde. And secretly... Continue Reading →
The American Holocaust Book Tour and Giveaway
The American Holocaust by Brady Cruze Genre: Coming of Age Fiction Is the Holocaust really over? That is the question Jacob Rossner has asked himself every day since his family fled Nazi Germany for the United States. Jacob soon discovers that the so-called Promised Land is far from perfect as he journeys from New York... Continue Reading →
WWW Wednesday is a meme hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words. The purpose is to share what we’ve been reading lately. The three W’s stand for: What did you recently finish reading?What are you currently reading?What do you think you’ll read next? This was first brought to my attention by SusanLovesBooks. You should check... Continue Reading →
Billy Trapper Zillionaire Book Blitz
Billy Tapper Zillionaire by Gary Finnan This colourful novel of adventure, family, and courage shows young Billy McTaggart coming of age as a tapper in a British railyard during the bitter years following World War II. Bullied for his small stature but endowed with a sharp mind, the fierce ambition of his sweetheart Meg, and... Continue Reading →
Thursday’s Bookish Thoughts
Stacy's Bookish Thoughts: I have lots of this weed growing in my garden, and thought, perhaps someone could identify it? Daisy thought it was (maybe) amaranth? She was having trouble pullingg up the picture and was not sure. Which got us looking for if amaranth was good for anything... and come to find out, it... Continue Reading →
GenTech: Book Tour & Giveaway!
<a href="https://1.bp.blogspot.com/--P8qL_15TFs/XmpuCgfmNsI/AAAAAAAABJM/FZdsW5zJryE0bZAlIRusnE0axihK2i-jwCLcBGAsYHQ/s1600/Pressroom%2Bheader%2B1.png" imageanchor="1" style="margin-left: 1em; margin-right: 1em;"> We are uniquely shaped by innovations that influenced us during our "coming of age" years between 10 and 25.It is the technological interactions in our adolescence and college years that guide our generational frames more than anything else, not the day we were born.We are generations of technology. We are GenTech.- Dr.... Continue Reading →
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