Express Pursuit Free July 15th, 16th and 17th!

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 →

Reading Update 6/6/2020

These I am currently reading. What I recently finished: Blurb: Tasked with an assignment to manage the construction of a prison on a remote Appalachian mountaintop, Tucker Mason sees an opportunity to restart his life past the death of his wife and the recurring demons of his childhood. But strange occurrences at the house that... Continue Reading →

Some good contemporary literary fiction

Review: "The Weight of a Moment" is a moving tale of two separate men that were impacted negatively by sudden and unexpected turn of events in their lives. Nick Sterling, and award winning newspaper journalist is at the top of his game, with a large following, when he chooses to revisit in his column a... Continue Reading →

Review: I really liked this book! It had me laughing and crying by turns. It was sweet, and moving, and relateable. Darius is a teenager of American-Persian descent, who has been treated for depression for a few years, something his dad battles with as well. Darius never feels as though he fits in or belongs anywhere--... Continue Reading →

Review: This was a good, quick and clean Christian romance, without being "preachy". Tanya aka "Timber" has been training pretty much her whole life for professional skating. At a competition in Oslo, Norway, she is kidnapped by an international criminal to be used as a pawn and upset trade deals between nations that have upset the... Continue Reading →

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