Broken relationships were a constant in Mae’s life, causing her to swear off men forever. Unwittingly lured to Ireland, Mae finds herself knee-deep in a hidden world she never knew existed and head over heels for the very man that tricked her to coming there. His deception is complicated by his own feelings for the one person that holds the key to merging the ancient races that once ruled the ancient word.
Mae finds herself in an underground world of witches, and vampires, which are half-breeds of aliens long gone. She learns about her own unique parentage and powers, which she must study in order to control, before they consume her.
Beck and Helen’s love for one another spans across a millennium, her human soul reincarnated to match Beck’s own immortality. This time however the body she occupies is of a being that cannot be eclipsed by her return. After waiting two hundred years, Beck finds himself tormented by Helen’s inability to return and his growing love for her new host.
Some of the underworld creatures welcome her with open arms as a savior, while others seek to destroy the abomination they believe her to be. Will the knowledge of her existence cause a race war when the true power of her blood is discovered? Or will love become her ultimate downfall?
Schedule (Tour Now Full - Thank You)February 6 - Meet & Greet at the VBT Cafe' BlogFebruary 10 - Reviewed at Brewster's BookshelfFebruary 13 - Reviewed at Kindle The Fire February 15 - Interviewed at BK Media EntertainmentFebruary 18 - Interviewed at Unnecessary MusingsFebruary 21 - Guest Blogging with Louise WiseFebruary 23 - Guest Blogging at AZ Publishing ServicesFebruary 27 - Reviewed & Spotlight at Faerotic ProseFebruary 28 - Reviewed at Ce's Ce's Garden of Reviews
February 29 - Review & Spotlight at A Bookalicious StoryMarch 2 - Interviewed by Brenda Woody & Steve TindleMarch 5 - Reviewed & Interviewed by Cait LavenderMarch 7 - Reviewed at Words I Write Crazy March 8 - Reviewed and Guest Blogging at For The Love of Reading
March 9 - Reviewed & Interviewed at From The TBR PileMarch 12 - Reviewed & Guest Blogging with Natalie Nicole Bates
Alex Kosmitoras’s life has never been easy. The only other student who will talk to him is the school bully, his parents are dead-broke and insanely overprotective, and to complicate matters even more, he's blind. Just when he thinks he'll never have a shot at a normal life, a new girl from India moves into town. Simmi is smart, nice, and actually wants to be friends with Alex. Plus she smells like an Almond Joy bar. Yes, sophomore year might not be so bad after all.
Unfortunately, Alex is in store for another new arrival—an unexpected and often embarrassing ability to “see” the future. Try as he may, Alex is unable to ignore his visions, especially when they begin to suggest that Simmi is in danger. With the help of the mysterious psychic next door and new friends who come bearing gifts of their own, Alex must embark on a journey to change his future.Book Teaser
: Alex Kosmitoras may be blind, but he can still "see" things others can't. When his unwanted visions of the future begin to suggest that the girl he likes could be in danger, he has no choice but to take on destiny and demand it reconsider.Book Trailer
Emlyn Chand has always loved to hear and tell stories, having emerged from the womb with a fountain pen grasped firmly in her left hand (true story). Farsighted
is her very first novel. When she's not writing, she runs a large book club in Ann Arbor and is the president of author PR firm, Novel Publicity
. Emlyn loves to connect with readers and is available throughout the social media interweb. Visit www.emlynchand.com
for more info. Don’t forget to say “hi” to her sun conure Ducky!
Schedule (Now Closed - Thank You)January 22 - Meet & Greet at VBT Cafe' BlogJanuary 24 - Guest Blogging & Giveaway at Lori's Reading CornerJanuary 26 - Interview & Giveaway at AZ Publishing ServicesJanuary 26 - Interviewed at KWOD Radio
January 31 - Guest Blogging with Cindy VineFebruary 2 - Guest Blogging at Mad Moose MamaFebruary 4 - Guest Blogging at Been There, Read ThatFebruary 6 - Interviewed at Paranormal RomanceFebruary 8 - Review, Guest Blogging & Giveaway at Cece's Garden of ReviewsFebruary 10 - Reviewed, Guest Blogging & Giveaway at Book Reader AddictsFebruary 13 - Interviewed at BK Media Entertainment February 15 - Guest Blogging with Natalie Nicole BatesFebruary 16 - Guest Blogging at Kindling The Fire
February 17 - Reviewed & Interviewed at Ink-PuddleFebruary 19 - Reviewed, Guest Blogging & Giveaway at Words I Write CrazyFebruary 21 - Interviewed at This Author's LifeFebruary 23 - Interviewed by Louise JamesFebruary 27 - Interviewed at Unnecessary MusingsFebruary 28 - Reviewed at Persephone's Winged Reviews
February 29 - Reviewed at S.W.A.K.R.March 2 - Guest Blogging at Wise WordsMarch 6 - Guest Blogging at Mother, Gamer, WriterMarch 8 - Reviewed & Interviewed at Ink Spots & Roses
What better time for this book than now during Tax Season?
In Your IRS Refund you will find all the information you will need about an IRS refund, from the options that you have to get your refund, to getting a bigger refund, and getting it faster. In addition, we include little known IRS refund topics, like what to do when you have an expired refund, what to do if you get an unexpected IRS refund and much more.
This is the new cover I made for Cora, though it may not show up on purchase links yet.
Cora Parks is a lifelong Atlantan whose vision is to bring proactive tax counsel and personal responsibility to the masses in the area of taxation.
She is the author and editor of the financial blog Tax Today, a blog that provides readers with information on an array of federal tax topics. She is currently collaborating with PYPTW Inc, a nonprofit organization to start a low income tax clinic in metro Atlanta.
ScheduleThis tour now closed for signups - Thank You.
February 22 - Meet & Greet at VBT Cafe' BlogFebruary 24 - Review, Guest Blog & Giveaway at Taking Time for MommyFebruary 27 - Guest Blogging at BK Walker Books Etc.February 28 - Book Feature at Walker's MusingMarch 2 - Guest Blogging with Cindy Vine March 5 - Twitter Fiesta & GiveawayMarch 8 - Featured at Authors Promoting AuthorsMarch 13 - Guest Blogging at Wise WordsMarch 15 - Interviewed at Writing InnovationsMarch 16 - Guest Blogging at AZ Publishing Services
Malcolm Drake is one year away from the end of high school when a tantalizing scholarship offer comes his way. Malcolm and several other classmates eagerly join a program called Alternative Science that promises to open their minds to new ways of thinking and of course, help them win that scholarship. Little do they know that this program would change their lives forever. The class is riddled with eerie séances, encounters with spirit guides and a slow desensitization of the teens towards everything evil until they become completely entangled in the world of the occult.
With the program being run by the town's most influential people, the kids have a hard time getting out. Things take a turn for the worst when Malcolm is summoned to his school where he is bound and drugged in an effort to convince him to remain in the program. Available at Amazon
Joana James is a 28 year old author from the island of Saint Lucia in the Caribbean. She is an I.T. professional by day but in her free time she escapes from the logical world of technology into the artistic world. She is an avid reader and her kindle is her favourite piece of technology. Music is her best friend and that manifests itself through her love for dance and singing.
Joana writes stories that portray the reality of her world. Her first book, a two-part short story series called Rise from the Ashes featured the lives of two young girls struggling in dire circumstances.
Her latest book, Nightmare at Emerald High
, brings to the fore a world that everybody knows exists but no one talks about.http://joanajames.webs.com
ScheduleJanuary 14 - Meet & Greet at VBT Cafe' BlogJanuary 15 - Interviewed by Ami Blackwelder
January 28 - Guest Blogging at Ashley's BookshelfFebruary 2 - Review, Guest Blog & Giveaway at Cece's Garden of ReviewsFebruary 6 - Guest Blogging with Natalie Nicole Bates February 6 - Interviewed at BK Media Entertainment
February 8 - Reviewed at All Things BooksFebruary 10 - Guest Blogging at Words I Write CrazyFebruary 13 - Interviewed with Louise JamesFebruary 15 - Guest Blogging with Cindy VineFebruary 17 - Guest Blogging with Louise Wise
1776: An English payroll ship loses sight of its convoy and wrecks on the shoals of a small, remote Caribbean island during a terrible storm, marooning its crew and a small group of soldiers. After rescuing the gold and burying it on the island, they are overrun by a tribe of cannibals, leaving the treasure hidden... Today: Jimmy Quigley, a small town cop, inherits a boat and a treasure map from his Uncle Jackson, a renowned world explorer. He hooks up with Evelyn Quinn, who also received a small inheritance from his uncle. He heads to the Caribbean with Evelyn and her friend, Kristin, and his friend, Rick, for some fun in the sun and a possible treasure hunt. When the boat is ransacked by thieves not once, but twice, Jimmy wonders if his uncle's warning to watch his back has more to it than he first thought. With his friends' safety and the fate of the Lorraine gold in mind, Jimmy heads off into the biggest adventure of his life...
Firefighter and paramedic-turned-author Jimmy (J.D.) Gordon was born and raised in Chicago where he developed a taste for the finer things that the Windy City has to offer - pan pizza, live blues and the Cubs.
Jimmy dropped into the world of literature, literally. After falling off a train and breaking his knee Jimmy had to spend quite a bit of time recuperating. While visiting the firehouse his peers asked what he planned to with all that time away. This when Jimmy said the words that he now claims to have changed his life. "I should write a book."
Despite some skepticism from his peers ("You don't even use punctuation on your run reports!"), he completed a novel, Island Bound, and made it a point to use punctuation throughout.
Another injury, sustained on the job, ended his career in the fire service. Aside from writing Gordon spends his Spring and Summer as an umpire for high school and youth baseball. He now lives with his wife and children in Glen Ellyn IL, a suburb of Chicago.
Schedule (15 Stops, 1 minimum Paperback Review)All reviewers will get a paperback mailed to them.December 26 - Meet & Greet at VBT Cafe' BlogDecember 29 - Interviewed at Reviews & InterviewsDecember 31 - Guest Blogging at Ashley's BookshelfJanuary 2 - Guest Blogging with Cindy VineJanuary 4 - Interviewed at Writing InnovationsJanuary 6 - Guest Blogging at Wise WordsJanuary 8 - Guest Blogging at BK Walker Books Etc. January 10 - Interviewed by Louise JamesJanuary 14 - Interviewed at Written in BloodJanuary 17 - Six of a Story at Authors Promoting AuthorsJanuary 23 - Interviewed at BK Media EntertainmentJanuary 26 - Interviewed at Unnecessary MusingsJanuary 30 - Guest Blogging at AZ Publishing ServicesFebruary 1 - Reviewed at Mad Moose MamaFebruary 3 - Guest Blogging at Words I Write Crazy
Suze Hall is at a crossroads. Her nemesis at work, Wanda, has been promoted and now will be her boss. Her husband, Bob, is leaving her and the three kids for a six-month sabbatical down under. To top it off, her best friend, Marcia, is missing in action--playing footsie with some new boyfriend!
Adding to this disaster stew, David, the gorgeous hunk who broke her young-girl's heart has coincidentally popped back into her life and has something she desperately needs to keep her job.
Walking with Elephants, a lighthearted slice-of-life story, brings to the table the serious work/family issues facing women today. It explores the modern dichotomy of a workplace that is filled with homemakers who still must cook, clean, carpool on nights and weekends, shop for prom dresses, and "create" the holidays—such as Suze. But it also is filled with women who have the same drive as men, have no family responsibilities, and will do what ever it takes to get ahead.
So step into the shoes of Suze Hall and commiserate over workplace politics, titillate your sexual fantasies, ride the wave of a working mother, and fall-down laughing.
The cover is a symbol of the message of empowerment of women. The protagonist, Suze, writes and essay at the end of the novel suggesting a paradigm shift from the patriarchal societies that have been in place for centuries to a matriarchy, such as is found in nature. Like elephants, hence the title.
Reviewer said it's like Bridget Jones meets Erma Bombeck
Walking with Elephants is Karen Bell’s first novel, although she is not new to writing. After earning a graduate degree in mass communication she spent 15 years as an editor and writer of business materials. She says, “Inspiration for this novel came from my direct contact with the joys of Corporate America and the balancing act that comes with being a working mother.” Currently, Ms. Bell resides in Ponte Vedra, Fl with her husband and photos of her children, granddaughters, and grandson who live everywhere BUT Ponte Vedra, Fl
ScheduleJanuary 8 - Meet & Greet at VBT Cafe' BlogJanuary 10 - Interviewed at Writing InnovationsJanuary 13 - Guest Blogging at Ashley's BookshelfJanuary 16 - Interviewed at Unnecessary MusingsJanuary 18 - Guest Blogging at AZ Publishing ServicesJanuary 21 - Guest Blogging with Cindy VineJanuary 24 - Interviewed at BK Media Entertainment 2pm ESTJanuary 25 - Interviewed at Reviews & InterviewsJanuary 27 - Reviewed at E-Reading on the CheapJanuary 31 - Interviewed with Louise James
In the Fall of 2001, John Manning’s life is in turmoil. His six-year-old daughter Lucy needs a kidney transplant, and his travel agency is in financial distress because of the 9/11 tragedy. A lapse in his health insurance means he also has to quickly secure funds for his daughter’s operation. John had worked his way out of difficult situations before, but now he’s out of solutions.
Wanda, a client of John’s travel agency, is facing similar difficulties. Her livelihood as a drug dealer has also been hit hard by 9/11. Increased airport security has stymied her transport of cocaine via airline flights. As a single parent, she wants to leave this dangerous profession and break free from her drug-lord boss Jamel, but a lack of funds has curtailed attempts to move and start a new life with her daughter Tonya.
Desperate times lead to desperate measures, and John and Wanda form a partnership to smuggle cocaine via cruise ships. John’s industry knowledge and connections help circumvent transportation risks, while Wanda’s knowledge of the drug industry helps them distribute and sell the product.
Despite a near-death experience on their first run, it was a financial success, and Wanda coaxes John into another trip. Meanwhile Jamel is becoming suspicious of Wanda.
John’s half-brother Travis, a Durham police detective battling his own demons, can’t connect the dots between John and Wanda. Yet, he continues to line his pocket with ill-gotten gains. Lucy and John are the most important people in Travis’ life and he would do anything they asked to help—if they would only ask.
How far should a father go to save his child? Can a man and woman from completely different worlds help each other? Could they fall in love? And who will live to see the summer of 2002? Find the answers in Shades of Gray, a debut novel by Andy Holloman.
Just like the protagonist in my novel, Shades of Gray
, I was the owner of travel agency for 12 years (mostly in the 90′s). But this is the only similarity between myself and John Manning! (I never ventured into the cocaine business, I swear.)
I grew up in Greenville, NC and graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in Economics. All through high school and college, I was notorious for scribbling out stories and ideas for novels (hey, this was before wordprocessors!) and always kept them in a top secret shoe box. (and the box is so top secret that I’ve been trying to find it for 15 years!).
After college, I fell into the travel industry by accident and was able to grow a travel business into an Inc. 500 company. The agency grew through the use of the Internet and by acquiring three other companies. Late in the 1990’s, I became familiar with the story of one of the my company’s clients who was murdered in Durham, NC and was a suspected drug smuggler. This story and the subsequent downfall of the travel agency industry (and my company) after 9/11, planted a seed in my head that grew into my first published novel, Shades of Gray.
I began writing this novel in 2003, shelved after completion in 2006, and revived in 2011 thanks to a great friend from a writers group in Cary, NC.
Today, I live in the Raleigh, NC area. I am the father of three, and have been happily married for 20 years. I enjoy (mostly) attending my kids sporting and school events, supporting the local real estate industry, and watching fine films with my wonderful wife. Whenever possible, I enjoy the beauty of North Carolina’s mountains, running, camping, and short walks on the beaches of the Outer Banks (several references to OBX in my book) . I am also an avid reader (time permitting), and a social media goofball. Most evenings I can be found tapping out my next novel, due for release in late 2013. Stay tuned!
ScheduleDecember 19 - Meet & Greet at VBT Cafe' BlogDecember 22 - Guest Blogging at Book Reader AddictsDecember 26 - Guest Blogging at Live To ReadDecember 29 - Guest Blogging with Cindy VineJanuary 3 - Interviewed at Reviews & InterviewsJanuary 11- Interviewed at BK Media EntertainmentJanuary 14 - Interviewed at From The Mind of OmegiaJanuary 16 - Reviewed at Immortality and BeyondJanuary 20 - Reviewed & Guest Blogging at Jersey Girl Book ReviewsJanuary 24 - Interviewed at Authors By AuthorsJanuary 26 - Reviewed at S.W.A.K.R.January 30 - Reviewed at Writing Crazy MeFebruary 1- Interviewed at Unnecessary MusingsFebruary 3 - Author Spotlighted with Louise James
What Are You Afraid Of? - A Children's Picture Book
While this book is set during Halloween, it's really a book which addresses the issue of dealing with a child's fears and is meant to be read during any season by any child dealing with any fear. The setting came about because the author's dog is actually afraid of children in costumes on Halloween, and the idea seemed just funny enough an approach to work with this very important subject. Please read the Note from the Author to find out more about why this book was written. “Why does the night have to be so dark?” the big dog named Drake gave a low bark.
Everyone has fears, even a big dog like Drake. In fact, the big dog named Drake is afraid of the children in costumes on Halloween. He really only likes the candy his boy drops.
Lucky for Drake, the old dog named Zoe is there to help him forget his fears with a fun game.
Drake and Zoe can’t wait for you to play along. Note From The Author:
What Are You Afraid Of? is more than a story to help children overcome
their fears. What Are You Afraid Of? is a book about acknowledging a children's fears and dealing with them in ways that do not stifle a child's imagination and creativity. So, indulge me while I state a few ideas.
Children can easily be made to feel small and defenseless in this big
world, while at the same time, children have very vivid imaginations, which
can cause further anxiety over things that are intangible, confusing, and scary. Therefore, how we deal with a child's fears may have tremendous implications on how we foster, or hinder, their creative growth.
While fear can be a manifestation of imagination, so too can compassion
and empathy. Compassion is a product of the imagination as well, being able to ‘see’ ourselves in another’s shoes. So, it only stands to reason, that if we stifle the imagination, we may be stifling the child’s potential to care for the world around him later on. A creative mind is a terrible thing to waste.
We all know that fears or phobias cannot be easily coerced away by mere
rational or logical arguments. Instead, it seems a better approach to
acknowledge a child's fears and show him or her that you know how he or she feels. We can try to diminish the fears by making light of it and making the child laugh. Ah, laughter is the best medicine! I have read psychologists who recommend playing with fears by role playing until the child laughs or by drawing silly pictures of the object of the fear with the same intention.
With all of this in mind, I came up with this story. I hope the idea of a big
dog being afraid of witches and ghosts is silly enough to begin with, along with the playful Halloween-ish images and the funny rhyming patterns. But more, I hope the games the old comes up with will be games your child can also play to eliminate his or her own fears. Most of all, I wish for you and your child to enjoy the story. May you laugh!
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Tour wide giveaway. I have a tote bag with a picture of Zoe and Drake on it that I will fill with dog stuff - plush dogs, dog coloring book, etc.
ScheduleDecember 22 - Kick Off at VBT Cafe' BlogDecember 27 - Review at Loves To ReadDecember 29 - Guest Blogging at AZ Publishing ServicesDecember 29 - Interviewed at KWOD Radio 7:30pm EST
January 2 - Review & Interviewed at Rhodes ReviewJanuary 4 - Reviewed at Sacred Legacy ReviewsJanuary 7 - Reviewed at From The TBR PileJanuary 9 - Guest Blogging at BK Walker Books EtcJanuary 11 - Interviewed at Reviews & InterviewsJanuary 17 - Interviewed at BK Media EntertainmentJanuary 19 - Interviewed at Writing InnovationsJanuary 24 - Guest Blogging with Louise JamesJanuary 26 - Review & Guest Blogging at Mad Moose Mama
I'm over 40. I don't have a blankie. I have vodka.PRAISE
for Rachel Thompson and The Mancode: Exposed
I absolutely just love the work of Rachel Thompson. Not only is she an amazing person, her writing is witty, humorous, and OMG Brilliant! Where the heck does she come up with this stuff?
~BK Walker, bkwalkerbooks.com
As a long time warrior in the Battle of the Sexes, I would have won a lot more skirmishes had I had a copy of the Mancode
in my saddle. Reaching back towards my shotgun, I would have found this book instead. Instead of shooting the man, I could have said, "Stop acting like a man!"
Get smart: Buy the Mancode
and stop wasting bullets.
~Beth Wareham, former senior editor at Simon & Schuster, publishing consultant www.rachelintheoc.com
***THE BOOKIs it possible to truly expose men?
Men, women, sex, love, stereotypes. Important world topics like garages, lingerie, and um, chocolate? It's a melting pot (okay, now you're just getting hungry)...
But more than that, it's about all the levels in which we communicate...viewed through Thompson's looking glass of humor and deconstructed with her special brand of snark.
Thompson explores controversial questions like: <ul><li>Can we outrun our DNA? </li><li>Will we women always be slaves to our talkative nature (après sex)? </li><li>Will men never be free of the chains of emotional withholding? </li><li>Can we transfer man's paper towel changing abilities from garage to kitchen? </li></ul>
"Women see a man scratching his stuff and want to run away. Quickly. Men see a woman rearranging her breasts, he's mesmerized. Imagine that." I have this theory, based on too many martinis one night, that women speak in circles and men speak in points. #thinkaboutit MORE PRAISE
Finally! A woman who gets what I'm going through every day, from that whole spitting thing to my deep, abiding love for chocolate. Well done!
~Amber Scott, author of #1 bestselling books IRISH MOON, FIERCE DAWN & WANTED
is a scathingly funny, rapid fire and heartfelt look at guys. Author Rachel Thompson delivers a satirical piece that invokes strong shades of Penny Marshall and Seth MacFarlane.
~Casey Ryan, Host & Creator, Cutting Room Floor
Agree or disagree, Thompson will have you laughing! BUY IT!Read and see for yourself!
***Can't get enough of Rachel's snarky humor? Purchase A Walk In The Snark
, her #1 bestselling humorous and at times, poignant collection of essays which hit #1 on the Kindle Motherhood list EIGHT times so far this year!
***Want to learn more about self-publishing, eBooks, and social media? Pick up Dollars & Sense: The Definitive Guide to Self-Publishing Success
, cowritten by Rachel Thompson, Carolyn McCray and Amber Scott!
***Want something completely different? Check out the horror anthology The Evil Within
just released October, 2011! All the stories are reallllly scaaaarrry. Rachel's is titled There Are No Monsters. Boo.
***Want to learn about Rachel's experience with self-publishing? Check out Our Indie Experience (An Indie Book Collective Anthology), released November, 2011! The good, the bad, and the searingly honest. Rachel's tip: hire an editor, a proofreader, AND a formatter. Want to learn more? Buy the book!
ScheduleDecember 13 - Kick Off at VBT Cafe' BlogDecember 15 - Interviewed at Writing InnovationsDecember 20 - Interviewed at Reviews & InterviewsDecember 22 - Interviewed at From The Mind of OmegiaDecember 24 - Reviewed at BK Walker Books Etc
December 26 - Review & Guest Blogging with Cindy VineDecember 28 - Reviewed & Interviewed at Ink-PuddleDecember 30 - Guest Blogging at From The TBR PileJanuary 2 - (Happy Birthday) - Reviewed at Alchemy of ScrawlJanuary 2 - Interviewed at BK Media Entertainment 2pm EST
January 5 - Reviewed at E-Reading on the CheapJanuary 10 - Review & Guest Blogging at Jersey Girl Book ReviewsJanuary 11 - Guest Blogging at Mad Moose MamaJanuary 14 - Reviewed at S.W.A.K.R.January 14 - Review & Guest Blogging at All Things BooksJanuary 15 - Interview with Brenda Woody & Steve Tindle
What would your 20-year-old self think of the 40-year-old you’ve become?
For Steve, Sophia, Dave, and Brooke, life hasn’t turned out as planned. Rather than easy fame and fortune, these happy-go-lucky teenagers of the 1980's found young adulthood a mystifying series of dead-end jobs, failed relationships, family scandal, and surging frustration.
Now approaching middle age, all they want is to reverse their gradual alienation from life and one another, reconnecting with their earlier, innocent selves.
But there’s a catch. Before any of them can move forward, they must collectively confront the outrageous night back in college that first drove them apart, revealing secrets potentially shattering everything they ever were.
Nothing is out of bounds in this stunning, often hilarious, and ultimately uplifting look within the secret lives of what is surely America’s Most Disillusioned Generation.
ScheduleDecember 23 - Meet & Greet at VBT Cafe' BlogDecember 26 - Interviewed at BK Media EntertainmentDecember 28 - Reviewed at Immortality and BeyondDecember 30 - Reviewed at E-Reading on the CheapJanuary 7 - Guest Blogging at Book Reader AddictsJanuary 9 - Interviewed by Brenda Woody & Steve TindleJanuary 11 - Reviewed by Cindy VineJanuary 19 - Reviewed at Wise WordsJanuary 20 - Guest Blogging at AZ Publishing Services January 21 - Reviewed at Ink-Puddle January 24 - Reviewed at S.W.A.K.R.January 25 - Interviewed at From The Mind of Omegia
January 26 - Interviewed at Authors By Authors