July 8, 2020

Book Review: Lucy and la petite nouvelle (The Newcomer)

Book Title: Lucy and la petite nouvelle
Author: Judith Grimme
Genre: Fiction, Family, Historical, History, Siblings, Middle Grade, Children,
Series: The Front Porch Diaries #1
Publisher: Encourage Publishing
Publisher Date: October 11, 2017 (124 Pages, Paperback)
Nine-year-old Lucy Miller loved to dream about visiting other countries, but from her front porch view in the small Indiana town where she was growing up, flying off to exotic places around the world was just that-a dream.

That is, until a newcomer came to town who would open her eyes to possibilities-and problems-Lucy never knew existed. It was the fall of 1966. Was Lucy's peaceful world about to change forever?

The Front Porch Diaries is a light, charming series about friendship, siblings, growing up, and life in the 1960s. Readers will come to adore Lucy, Eddie, Simone, and all the children of East Howard.

Volume One of the series introduces the reader to the characters and takes you on an idyllic trip back in time, through some captivating adventures-and mis-adventures-of the sort not often experienced today. Volume Two follows the children into Christmas and winter of 1967 with fun, surprises, and one experience that leaves two children in serious trouble. Volume Three has some dangers of its own as Lucy and her friends and siblings explore their world, and Volume Four includes a heart-stopping journey that will leave the reader anxious to pick up the volumes that will follow.

The Front Porch Diaries are chapter books perfect for 4th grade through 8th grade, guaranteed to be clean, wholesome reading that will entertain young readers, build vocabulary, and perhaps open conversations about life in the 60s, people from other countries, sibling fun, and even a few life lessons.
Discliamer: I received a copy of this book from Bookcrush for an honest review
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Looking for a good book that teaches about history to your young child. Lucy and the la petite nouvelle (The Newcomer) is the first book that introduces a new friend. It also teaches your child or children about race or at least mentions it. Though it mostly about how friendships are formed, It show how a new person from a different culture feels when they move to a new country or area.

Like I said it does talk about race a bit. It set in the year 1960's so we are going to to see the reactions that will happen. What it mostly about seem to focus on friendships, growing up and slibing thoughout the book.

There are some good life lessons to learn though out the book as well. Lucy seem to try and make friends with Simone and show her new friend around. We see how Lucy deals with some problems. Eddie seem to be good part of it as well and showing Simone's brother around.

I enjoy the story and life lessons learned though the book and how it told. Good for children in middle grade. We learn a bit of french and a little bit of history as well. We do read the story though the viewpoint of Lucy.

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July 6, 2020

Book Review: Mindfulness at the Park

Book Title: Mindfulness at the Park
Author: Teresa Anne Power
Publisher: Stafford House Books
Publisher Date: September 1, 2020 (32 Pages, Paperback)
Series: Little Mouse Adventures (Book #2)
Genres: Children, Animals, Yoga, Fitness, Adventure
ISBN: 9781734478600 Hardcover9781734478617 E-Book
Lovable, curious Little Mouse is back to help kids use yoga and mindfulness to solve problems and manage emotions in Mindfulness at the Park, the second book in the acclaimed Little Mouse Adventures series!

Little Mouse and his family live in a cozy burrow nestled in Tammy McDoodle’s backyard.

Tammy and her mother love to practice yoga and mindfulness together, and Little Mouse loves to follow along!

In this beautifully illustrated book, Little Mouse, along with Tammy’s wise, lovably lazy cat, Mr. Opus, follow Tammy’s family on an adventure to a bustling neighborhood park filled with new sights, sounds and people.

Blending humor and fun, Mindfulness at the Park gently imparts ways to navigate the excitement and uncertainty of new experiences. Kids will delight in Little Mouse’s adventures, while adults will love watching children apply their new-found skills to quiet their minds and manage stressful situations
Discliamer: I received a free copy of this book from the publisher for an honest review. My opinions and thoughts are my own.
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Looking for a series or a good children book that may help with stress or stress-related things? Well, this book takes a look at a way to help your child or children. I love the way you can use yoga to help with emotions and stress.

This one is done well. It fun and enjoyable. Your child or yourself can learn from Little mouse adventure in the park. Your child or children will learn some good life lessons as well. Parents and grandparents will enjoy the book as well.

The pictures are fun. They are also enjoyable to look at as well. I see the problem solving throughout this book. The lesson taught in the book helps children learn a skill in their real world as well. Grandparents and parents alike will enjoy having the teaching of yoga and life lesson that children learn at a young age.

We know children get excited or scared. This book teaches about breathing and how to calm the mind in a fun and learnable experience.
Teresa is an internationally recognized children’s yoga expert, keynote speaker, and the bestselling author of The ABCs of Yoga for Kids and Little Mouse Adventures series. Also available in Spanish, French, Italian and Danish, her books have won multiple awards. She has also developed a complete line of ABCs of Yoga for Kids products, including yoga pose cards, a coloring book, poster, and a guide for parents and teachers. Teresa is also the founder of International Kids’ Yoga Day, an event she created in 2016 to celebrate the health and wellness of our youth worldwide through the practice of yoga. She has appeared on both local and national television and radio, and has been featured in/on CBS Los Angeles, Telemundo Los Angeles, Good Morning America, Reader’s Digest, Publishers Weekly, Foreword Magazine, Story Monsters Ink, Sirius XM, Parenting Special Needs Magazine, USA Today Magazine, Girls World Magazine, Green Child Magazine, Yogi Times, Glamour.com, Parenting.com and more. Teresa was also named KNX-AM “Hero of the Week” in 2016, honoring her dedication to helping yoga become accessible to children all over the world. In addition she has a monthly column in the Palisadian Post called “The Pose”. Teresa has spoken at numerous libraries, schools, yoga studio, and school conferences, volunteers her yoga expertise, and has worked with SOS Mentor, the Boys & Girls Club of Los Angeles and Santa Monica, Children’s Bureau, Choose Health LA Child Care, Let’s Move West LA, Pathways, Connections for Children, the Neighborhood Youth Association, and CalTAC PBIS. She also teaches workshops focusing on how yoga supports early childhood education positive behavioral interventions and supports. (EC-PBIS) A graduate of University of Southern California, she earned her J.D. from Pepperdine University School of Law, and completed a yoga training program with Indigo Yoga.

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July 3, 2020

Book Review: Yoga at the Zoo

Book Title: Yoga at the Zoo
Author: Teresa Anne Power
Publisher: Stafford House Books
Publisher Date: March 1, 2019 (17 Pages, Hardcover)
Series: Little Mouse Adventures (Book #1)
Genres: Children, Animals, Yoga, Fitness, Adventure
ISBN: 9780998107097 Hardcover | 9780998107059 E-Book
Lovable, curious Little Mouse is here to help kids use yoga to solve problems and manage emotions in Yoga at the Zoo, the first book in the Little Mouse Adventures series from Teresa Power, the international bestselling author of The ABCs of Yoga for Kids series and Kids’ Yoga Day creator!

Little Mouse and his family live in a cozy burrow nestled in Tammy McDoodle’s backyard. Tammy and her mother love to practice yoga together, and Little Mouse loves to follow along. In this beautifully illustrated book, adorable Little Mouse, along with Tammy’s wise and lovably lazy cat, Mr. Opus, follow Tammy on a field trip to the zoo and meet new animal friends, while learning simple yoga poses along the way.

A new read-aloud favorite, Yoga at the Zoo gently imparts important lessons about friendship, dealing with new situations, and meeting new people. Kids will delight in the adventures of Little Mouse and Mr. Opus, while adults will love watching children apply their new-found yoga skills to quiet their minds and manage stressful situations.
Discliamer: I received a free copy of this book from the publisher for an honest review. My opinions and thoughts are my own.
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Are you looking for a good book for your children to learn to destress? Well, Yoga at the Zoo does this though a cute way. Two main animals go on adventures. It quite fun to see and how to learn to calm down using Yoga poses.

Little Mouse sees his human friend and watches her and her mother. You will find this adventure sweet and silly. But maybe some animals do use some Yoga poses. Little Mouse seems intrigued once he hears where his human friend is going with her class. Little Mouse's best friend comes along as well.

The author does quite well with the story. I think the pictures are well done. I love how they show the poses. You will want this book along with the second one for your child or children.

It a good way to teach children exercises. It also a good calming yourself as well.
Teresa is an internationally recognized children’s yoga expert, keynote speaker, and the bestselling author of The ABCs of Yoga for Kids and Little Mouse Adventures series. Also available in Spanish, French, Italian and Danish, her books have won multiple awards. She has also developed a complete line of ABCs of Yoga for Kids products, including yoga pose cards, a coloring book, poster, and a guide for parents and teachers. Teresa is also the founder of International Kids’ Yoga Day, an event she created in 2016 to celebrate the health and wellness of our youth worldwide through the practice of yoga. She has appeared on both local and national television and radio, and has been featured in/on CBS Los Angeles, Telemundo Los Angeles, Good Morning America, Reader’s Digest, Publishers Weekly, Foreword Magazine, Story Monsters Ink, Sirius XM, Parenting Special Needs Magazine, USA Today Magazine, Girls World Magazine, Green Child Magazine, Yogi Times, Glamour.com, Parenting.com and more. Teresa was also named KNX-AM “Hero of the Week” in 2016, honoring her dedication to helping yoga become accessible to children all over the world. In addition she has a monthly column in the Palisadian Post called “The Pose”. Teresa has spoken at numerous libraries, schools, yoga studio, and school conferences, volunteers her yoga expertise, and has worked with SOS Mentor, the Boys & Girls Club of Los Angeles and Santa Monica, Children’s Bureau, Choose Health LA Child Care, Let’s Move West LA, Pathways, Connections for Children, the Neighborhood Youth Association, and CalTAC PBIS. She also teaches workshops focusing on how yoga supports early childhood education positive behavioral interventions and supports. (EC-PBIS) A graduate of University of Southern California, she earned her J.D. from Pepperdine University School of Law, and completed a yoga training program with Indigo Yoga.

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June 18, 2020

Book Cover Reveal: As Easy as Cherry Pie by Bell Renshaw


I am excited to join in the #coverreval for As Easy As Cherry Pie by Bell Renshaw! This is the second book in the Justin Harbor series which focuses on sweet romance and women business owners. It will release August 4, 2020.
Book Title: As Easy as Cherry Pie
Author: Bell Renshaw
Series: Justin Harbor # 2
Genre: 
Women, Romance
Publisher:
Publication date: August 4, 2020
Maggie Petten has perfected the perfect pie and landed herself an opportunity to expand her shop. Despite his overly booked schedule, contractor Fletcher Knight can’t seem to say no when it comes to helping others. When the two are faced with a mutual business opportunity the question remains: can they make it past the best and worst first date they shared a year ago? Or will circumstances, disaster, and awkwardness be enough to keep them apart?

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June 12, 2020

Book Tour: GenTech: An American Story of Technology, Change and Who We Really Are by Dr. Rick Chromey + Giveaway

Book Title: GenTech: An American Story of Technology, Change and Who We Really Are
Author: Dr. Rick Chromey
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Publisher Date: May 26, 2020 (328 Pages, Paperback)
Genres: History, Culture, Technical History, Adult
Every twenty years a new generation rises, but who and what defines these generations? And could current generational tags mislead and miss the point? In this insightful analysis of technology history since 1900, Dr. Rick Chromey offers a fresh perspective for understanding what makes a generation tick and differ from others. Within GenTech, readers learn how every generation uniquely interacts with particular technologies that define historical temperament and personality and why current generational labels are more fluid than fixed, and more loopy than linear. Consequently, three major generational constellations emerge, each containing four, twenty-year generations that overlap, merge, and blend:
  • The Audio Generations (1900-1950): Transportation-Telephone Generation (1900-1920), Motion Picture Generation (1910-1930), Radio Generation (1920-1940), Vinyl Record Generation (1930-1950)
  • The Visual Generations (1940-1990): Television Generation (1940-1960), Space Generation (1950-1970), Gamer Generation (1960-1980) and Cable Television Generation (1970-1990)
  • The Digital Generations (1980-2000): Personal Computer-Cell Phone Generation (1980-2000), Net Generation (1990-2010), iTech Generation (2000-2020), and Robotics Generation (2010-2030)
Dive in and revel in this exciting, compelling, and novel perspective to understanding recent American generations with GenTech.
Discliamer: I received a free copy of this book for a Book Tour and for an honesty review. I Read Book Tours is who offered me a chance to review this book.
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Did you wonder what generation you were born into? What about the Technology that made you who you are? Well, GenTech is a book that may help with that. It a book about the American story through technology.

I have found this book to be interesting. I even found it to be informational. I now know why my grandma and my mom both seem different than me. Though not by age much but by technology. Mom seems to be born during the Boomer Generation, Technology - Space Generation, and grandma was born during the Silent Generation, Technology – Radio Generation. I was born during the Millennials Generation, But my Technology – The Cable Television Generation or PC-CP Generation.

I seem to of come of age during three different Generations. As I know, I experienced the Cable Television and the PC/CP Generation and a bit of the Net Generation as well. I was born in the last month of 1986. So I am not exactly sure which Technology Generation I fall into. As my Coming of age is spaced though more than one.

Other than that. This book was enjoyable. I do believe it explain most of America and us as we try and make our world better. It does explain Generations better then laters and or what we are dubbed when we are born. I believe the technology does make us who we are and our country as well. The technology that we grow up on is what defines us more than anything else. Some historical events will define us as well.
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Rick Chromey is a cultural explorer, social historian and generational futurist. He’s also served as a pastor, professor, speaker/trainer, and consultant. In 2017, he founded MANNA! Educational Services International to inspire and equip leaders, teachers, pastors, and parents. Rick has a doctorate in leadership and the emerging culture; and travels the U.S. and world to speak on culture, faith, history, education, and leadership topics. He has authored over a dozen books on leadership, natural motivation, creative communication, and classroom management. He lives with his wife, Linda, in Meridian, Idaho.

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Spotlight Tour: AUDIOBOOK TOUR: The Nutcracker Conspiracy by Lauren Carr + Giveaway



"Wow - this is one INCREDIBLE novel that I could not put down. It had me  on the edge of my seat and I can honestly say that I never saw the end coming. It was full of suspense, action but also humour (done in a way  that only Lauren can accomplish)." - 5-Star Review of THE NUTCRACKER CONSPIRACY by Working Mommy Journal



Join Us for This Audiobook Tour from June 8 to June 26, 2020!
Book Details:

Book TitleThe Nutcracker Conspiracy (A Thorny Rose Mystery #4) by Lauren Carr
Category:  Adult Fiction (18 +),  388 pages
Genre:  Mystery
Publisher:  Acorn Book Services
Release date:   January 30, 2020
Content Rating:  PG-13 (Lauren Carr's books are murder mysteries, so there are murders involved. Occasionally, a murder will happen on stage. There is sexual content, but always behind closed doors. Some mild swearing (a hell or a damn few and far between). No F-bombs!


Book Description:

Three years ago, the nation gasped in horror when the President of the United States barely escaped an assassination attempt that left two dead—the vice president’s wife and the attempted assassin.  Even after numerous investigations proved otherwise, conspiracy theorists argue that the assassin was acting on orders from the CIA, FBI, and every federal agency within a hundred miles of the capital.

Aspiring Author Dean Conway is the last person Lieutenant Commander Murphy Thornton wants to spend his Saturday afternoon when they end up at the same wedding reception table. While their wives tend to bridesmaid duties, Murphy is trapped listening to Dean’s latest work-in-project—completing the manuscript of an investigative journalist who’d disappeared months earlier.

“She was number twelve,” Dean says.

“Twelve?” Murphy asks.

“Twelve witnesses connected to or investigating The Nutcracker shooting have died either in an accident or suicide.”

Two days later, Dean dies suddenly―but not before sending a text message to Murphy:

 “13”
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Lauren Carr is the international best-selling author of the Mac Faraday, Lovers in Crime, Chris Matheson Cold Case, and Thorny Rose Mysteries—over twenty-five titles across three fast-paced mystery series filled with twists and turns!

Book reviewers and readers alike rave about how Lauren Carr’s seamlessly crosses genres to include mystery, suspense, crime fiction, police procedurals, romance, and humor.

A popular speaker, Lauren is also the owner of Acorn Book Service, the umbrella under which falls iRead Book Tours. She lives with her husband and two spoiled rotten German Shepherds on a mountain in Harpers Ferry, WV.

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Tour Schedule:

June 8 – She Just Loves Books – audiobook review / giveaway
June 9 – Mystery Suspense Reviews – audiobook review / author interview / giveaway
June 10 – Rockin’ Book Reviews – audiobook review / guest post / giveaway
June 10 - T's Stuff – audiobook review / guest post / giveaway
June 11 – Sefina Hawke's Books – audiobook review
June 11 - Bound 4 Escape – audiobook review / giveaway
June 12 – Splashes of Joy – book spotlight / guest post / author interview / giveaway
June 12 - Nighttime Reading Center – book spotlight / giveaway
June 12 - Locks, Hooks and Books – audiobook review / guest post / giveaway
June 16 – Dab of Darkness Audiobook Reviews – audiobook review /giveaway
June 17 – Jazzy Book Reviews – book spotlight / guest post / giveaway
June 17 - Blooming with Books - audiobook review / giveaway
June 19 – Stephanie Jane – book spotlight / giveaway
June 22 – Hall Ways Blog – audiobook review / giveaway
June 23 – Books for Books – audiobook review
June 24 – JBronder Book Reviews – audiobook review / guest post / giveaway
June 25 – Thoughts in Progress – audiobook review / giveaway


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June 11, 2020

Book Review: North or Be Eaten by Andrew Peterson

Book Title: North! or Be Eaten
Author: Andrew Peterson
Series: The WingFeather Saga #2
Publisher: WaterBrook & Multnomah
Publisher Date: March 10, 2020 (352 Pages, Paperback)
Genres: Middle Grade, Young Adult, Fantasy, Action / Adventure
First they found themselves On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness. Now they must make their way North! Or Be Eaten . . .

Janner, Tink, and Leeli Igiby thought they were normal children with normal lives and a normal past. But now they know they're really the Lost Jewels of Anniera, heirs to a legendary kingdom across the sea, and suddenly everyone wants to kill them.

In order to survive, the Igibys must flee to the safety of the Ice Prairies, where the lizardlike Fangs of Dang cannot follow. First, however, they have to escape the monsters of Glipwood Forest, the thieving Stranders of the East Bend, and the dreaded Fork Factory.

But even more dangerous are the jealousies and bitterness that threaten to tear them apart. Janner and his siblings must learn the hard way that the love of a family is more important than anything else.
Discliamer: I received an ARC copy from the publisher for an honesty review. I am not paid in anyway or form for a positive review or negative review. My opinions and thoughts are my own. I was part of the launch team.
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North! Or Be Eaten is the second book of this Wingfeather Saga series. Though we start in Glipwood forest it seems like we get a bit about Tink and Janner and the Igiby family. I would suggest reading book 1 first. Though, I only got book 2. It was just as good without needing to read book 1. Though, I think it would be best if you want to know how and why we start where we do in “North!, or Be Eaten.” My rating is 4.5 Stars or Moons.

We seem to be following Janner the most throughout the book. Though we get glimpses Tink. It seems that both Tink and Janner are what this book is about. Though the way Igiby family acts will they be able to survive.

What will happen to Janner and Tink and Leeli? Will they be able to stick together. Will they be killed by the Fang of Dang or the Stranders? I got the feeling something is up with their grandfather. Who wants the Igiby grandfather?

Will the sibling embrace their special talent or gifts? Will they allow Fangs and Gnag the nameless and others to betray them. It was an enjoyable read. Though a bit of it made me take a while to read. Once you get into the book it adventure of a ride.

The images that are drawn are wonderful. I love them. The author does a wonderful job of writing the story. I was more surprised at how it ends. There are quite a few twisted and turns throughout the book. Young adults and children will enjoy this book/ series. Good for middle-grade children and up.

The book is really clean and teaches some lessons as well as throughout the book. You would be surprised that this teaches about the importance of family, grace, friendship, trust, and sibling rivalry.

ANDREW PETERSON is a critically acclaimed recording artist and songwriter, as well as the author of the award-winning Wingfeather Saga. He’s also the founder of The Rabbit Room, an organization that fosters community through story, art, and music. He and his wife, Jamie, have three children, and make their home in Nashville.

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May 28, 2020

Book Tour: A Curse of Mayhem With Giveaway

Book Title:  A Curse of Mayhem
Author: Sunayna Prasad
Publisher: S.A. Prasad Publishing
Publisher Date: 7/15/19 (173 Pages, E-Book)
Series: Alyssa McCarthy's Magical Missions #2
Category: Middle-Grade Fiction (Ages 8-12)
Genre: Fantasy
History, like magic, has a habit of repeating itself.

It’s been six months since thirteen-year-old Alyssa McCarthy left magic behind for good. Or so she thought…

Then the enchanted objects that protected her disappear. Now a skeleton named Errol has cursed her with magical powers that keep getting her in trouble. Suddenly strange things are happening with disastrous effects, and if Alyssa can’t remove the magic, she will lose everything she holds dear. In order to get rid of her unwanted wizardry, Alyssa will have to boost her bravery and confidence and determine who Errol really is. But every time Alyssa uses an enchantment, Errol is one step closer to getting his flesh back and becoming alive, and he will do anything to achieve his goals…even if it means destroying Alyssa’s happiness.

Originally published in 2016 as “Wizardry Goes Wild” and “The Unruly Curse” in 2019, “A Curse of Mayhem” is book two in the exciting and suspenseful “Magical Missions” series.
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book by being a Tour Host for IRead Book Tours, and for an honest review
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A Curse of Mayhem is the second book of the series of Alyssa McCarthy Magical Missions. It is good. I seem to start up once again with Alyssa doing magic. How does she get this magic of hers? This seems interesting that she doing this and her ordinary person.

Do we find that there this person named Errol? Does Alyssa need to do somethings to defeat Errol? What they are you find out as she struggles to control her magic. It seems that she gets herself into trouble. Will her mentors be able to help or even Simon?

This book for me was slow going. It was adventures, but not as exciting as the first book. It is good with is as it is funny with animals that show up out of nowhere. Will Alyssa be able to save her loved ones and her friends?

If you are looking for a good book for your child or children this is good for them. As it teaches confidence in a person, responsibility. This is shown throughout the book. Not all at the same time. It has some fantasy to it. Good for fantasy fans and lovers of fantasy.

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Sunayna Prasad enjoys writing fantasy books for children, as well as cooking, creating artwork, watching online videos, and blogging. She has also written The Frights of Fiji, formerly titled as From Frights to Flaws. She is passionate about modern life, fantasy, and world-building. Aside from her website, she also has a blog about different creative and entertaining topics, including fiction and writing, called “Sunayna Prasad’s Blog”.
Sunayna has graduated from college in May 2017. She lives in Long Island, NY.

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Tour Schedule:
May 4 – Olio by Marilyn – book spotlight / author interview
May 4 - Olio by Marilyn – book review of The Frights of Fiji / giveaway
May 5 – Splashes of Joy – book review of The Frights of Fiji
May 5 - Sefina Hawke's Books – book spotlight
May 6 – Book Corner News and Reviews – book spotlight / giveaway
May 6 - Rosco's Reading Room - book spotlight / author interview / giveaway
May 7 – Rockin Book Reviews – book review of The Frights of Fiji / giveaway
May 7 - Books and Zebras - book review of The Frights of Fiji / giveaway
May 8 – T's Stuff – book spotlight / author interview / giveaway
May 8 - Karma Readz - book review of The Frights of Fiji / giveaway
May 8 - Books and Zebras - book review of A Curse of Mayhem / giveaway
May 11 – Rockin Book Reviews – book review of A Curse of Mayhem / guest post / giveaway
May 11 - Gwendalyn’s Books – book review of The Frights of Fiji / giveaway
May 11 - Ingo Sparkles Books & More - book review of The Frights of Fiji
May 11 - Karma Readz - book review of A Curse of Mayhem / giveaway
May 12 - She Just Loves Books - book review of The Frights of Fiji / giveaway
May 12 – Splashes of Joy – book review of A Curse of Mayhem
May 12 - Gwendalyn’s Books – book review of A Curse of Mayhem / giveaway
May 13 – Locks, Hooks and Books – book review of The Frights of Fiji / giveaway
May 13 - The avid reader – book spotlight / giveaway
May 14 – Bookworm for Kids – book spotlight / giveaway
May 14 - Nighttime Reading Center – book review of The Frights of Fiji / giveaway
May 15 – Bookish Quest – book review of The Frights of Fiji / giveaway
May 18 – michellemengsbookblog – book review of The Frights of Fiji / giveaway
May 18 - Ingo Sparkles Books & More - book review of A Curse of Mayhem
May 19 – Olio by Marilyn – book review of A Curse of Mayhem / giveaway
May 19 - Literary Flits - book spotlight / giveaway
May 20 – Jazzy Book Reviews – book spotlight / guest post / giveaway
May 20 - She Just Loves Books - book review of A Curse of Mayhem / giveaway
May 21 – Locks, Hooks and Books – book review of A Curse of Mayhem / giveaway
May 21 - Books for Books – book spotlight
May 22 – Writer with Wanderlust – book review of The Frights of Fiji / giveaway
May 25 – michellemengsbookblog – book review of A Curse of Mayhem / giveaway
May 26 – Bookish Quest – book review of A Curse of Mayhem / author interview / giveaway
May 26 - Stephanie Jane – book spotlight / giveaway
May 27 – Writer with Wanderlust – book review of A Curse of Mayhem / author interview / giveaway
May 28 – Nighttime Reading Center – book review of A Curse of Mayhem / giveaway
May 29 – fundinmental – book spotlight / giveaway


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