June 30, 2019

Book Review: A Silken Thread By Kim Vogel Sawyer

Book Title: A Silken Thread
Author: Kim Vogel Sawyer
Publisher: Waterbrook
Publisher Date: April 2, 2019 (352 Pages, Paperback)
Genres: Fiction. Historical Fiction, Christian Fiction, Romance, 1890-1913 Progressive Era,
For readers who love a heartwarming romance and a rich historical setting comes a tale of a young woman with a heavy burden, the International Cotton Exposition, and the pursuit of true love.

Eighteen-year-old Laurel Millard, youngest of seven children, is expected to stay home and "take care of Mama" by her older siblings, but Laurel has dreams of starting her own family. Operating a silk loom at the Atlanta Exposition will give her the chance to capture the heart of a man wealthy enough to take care of Laurel and any children she might bear, as well as her mother.

Langdon Rochester's parents have given him an ultimatum: settle down with a wife or lose his family inheritance. At the Exposition, Langdon meets Laurel. Marrying her would satisfy his parents's command, she would look lovely on his arm for social events, and in her besotted state, he believes she would overlook him continuing pursuing rowdy adventures with his unmarried buddies. Langdon decides to woo Laurel. Willie Sharp is not well-off and must take on an extra job at the Atlanta Exposition as a security guard. When mischief-makers cause trouble in the Women's Building, Willie is put in charge of keeping the building secure. He enjoys visiting with Laurel, who seems like the little sister he never had, but his feelings for Laurel change to something much deeper. Can Willie convince Laurel that he can give her better life--even with so little to offer?
Disclaimer: I received this book free from the publisher and from WaterBrook & Multnomah Launch Team  for an honest review. I am a #Partner with them. My opions and thoughts on this book is my own and honest.
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I love the fact, that A Silken Thread is mostly a historical fiction book with a little bit of romance. The author does a really good job of telling a story though three main characters. The story is based around the Cotton Exposition of 1895. We learn a bit about what life a bit after the civil war and what life is like for southerners.

Their a story about African American and whites though out the story. Though we have a bit of story with a fourth character as well. Laurel is looking for someone to love her and find maybe find love along the way. She applies to be a weaver in the silk room.

Willie applies to the Cotton Exposition for he want to help pay for his fathers hospital bills and to help him get better. Willie friend Quincy has gotten a job their as well. We also have Langdon. What the author show though out the book is how world is viewed between each character. She does a well job of it.


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Book Review: Rookie Privateer

Book Title: Rookie Privateer
Author: Jamie McFarlane
Genres: Space, Science Fiction, Space Opera
Publisher: Fickle Dragon Publishing
Publisher Date: 2014-04-19 (275 Pages, Paperback)
Series: Privateer Tales (#1)
ISBN: 9781943792009
ASIN: B00JT2LEOG
When you are old enough to finally become an Earth Mars citizen, everything should be perfect. Right? Not for Liam Hoffen. He's stuck on a mining asteroid called Colony 40, helping his father work a claim that is never going to pay out. His best friend, Nick James is set for life in James' Rental business and Liam just discovered that the girl he's known forever thinks he's pretty great and now she's leaving for the Mars Naval Academy.

Liam dreams of sailing the stars. Whenever he gets the chance, he jets into space and floats, wishing to be free of the asteroid that has claimed him. What he doesn't realize is that fate is about to change everything.

Sometimes you have to lose parts of yourself to gain the stars, and Liam discovers that while it isn't easy to literally lose parts of yourself to the pirates who attacked your home, gaining the stars is worth everything.

He and Nick are about to find out what the real world has to offer and they end up meeting exciting people along the way. 
Disclaimer:I know I received this book from either Goodreads Giveaway or Booklikes Giveaway I believe. I have had to won it in a giveaway but cannot recall for sure. I got it though a request. This book was free for an honest review.
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If you are looking for a good space adventure. Rookie Privateer is one for those young adults to teens. It about a group of kids. Well one teen that is looking for his future. He is currently stuck working with his father. He know not much to making money.

He seem to attract attention when something happens when he with is friends. What happens then goes not to be an adventure for him and his friend. Liam want freedom will get it? His friend Nick is set up for life. They are becoming Earth Mars Citizens. Someone or something is attacking their home. Will Liam reach the stars or will he not. He and Nick will they find out what the real world has to offer. Things begin to change and it changes them as well.

Find out how this book end. The authors does really well on the plot of this story. It bring you along for the ride. I could not stop reading and wanted more. What will happen to Nick James and Liam Hoffen? I hope to find out more by reading the next book. I just got to find out when it will be out. Great for teens and young adult readers. If you are into space or thrillers this really good for you as well.



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June 20, 2019

Audiobook Tour: It Murder, My Son by Laren Carr with Giveaway

Book Title: It Murder, My Son
Author: Lauren Carr
Publisher: Acorn Book Services
Published Date: June 23, 2010 (9 Hrs, & 07 Mins, Audiobook)
Narrated by: Mike Alger
Genres: Mystery, Action, Adventures, Crime, Detective, Crime Fiction, Police Procedural, Murder Mystery, Thriller
Series: A Mac Faraday Mystery (Book #1)
What started out as the worst day of Mac Faraday’s life would end up being a new beginning. After a messy divorce hearing, the last person that Mac wanted to see was another lawyer. Yet, this lawyer wore the expression of a child bursting to tell his secret. This confidence would reveal Mac as heir to undreamed of fortunes, and lead him to the birthplace of America’s Queen of Mystery and an investigation that will unfold like one of her famous mystery novels.

Soon after she moves to Deep Creek Lake, Maryland, Katrina Singleton learns that life in an exclusive community is not all good. For some unknown reason, a strange man calling himself “Pay Back” begins stalking her. When Katrina is found strangled all evidence points to her terrorist, who is nowhere to be found.

Three months later, the file on her murder is still open when Mac Faraday, sole heir to his unknown birth mother’s home and fortune, moves into the estate next door. Little does he know as he drives up to Spencer Manor that he is driving into a closed gate community that is hiding more suspicious deaths than his DC workload as a homicide detective. With the help of his late mother’s journal, this retired cop puts all his detective skills to work to pick up where the local investigators have left off to follow the clues to Katrina’s executer.
Disclaimer: I received a code from IReadBookTours to get a copy of the audiobook to review the book. My review is honest for the readers and author. I review for IReadBookTours.
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We meet Mac Faraday for the first time. He does from a divorcee to being rich in a matter of a few days or weeks. He is caught to be told he had inherent the Spencer manor at Spencer point. What a change from living in middle class.

Once he arrives, there been a murder for him to solve and he meets his neighbors and half brother. What a mystery of a neighbor and he end up with owning the dog. The author does a wonderful job of introducing us to the main characters.

This case seem to be break open once Mac shows up and what up with the police chief? He seem like he trying to keep the murders a secrets and what ever happen to him? There seems to be quite a few murders on the lose?

It seems his mother, Robyn try to help by giving her son a journal. Want to guess who comes with the house? I think this is planned by his mother a bit. Who to know for sure.

Prize: Win a $50 Amazon Gift Card courtesy of Lauren Carr, author of Winter Frost (open to wherever Amazon.com delivers)


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

Now, Lauren has added one more hit series to her list with the Chris Matheson Cold Case Mysteries. Set in the quaint West Virginia town of Harpers Ferry, Ice introduces Chris Matheson, a retired FBI agent, who joins forces with other law enforcement retirees to heat up those cold cases that keep them up at night.

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.

​Lauren is a popular speaker who has made appearances at schools, youth groups, and on author panels at conventions. She lives with her husband, and three dogs on a mountain in Harpers Ferry, WV.

Connect with the author: Website ~ Twitter ~ Facebook ~ Instagram

BOOK and AUDIOBOOK TOUR SCHEDULE:

May 1 - Library of Clean Reads - tour kick-off / giveaway
May 1 - My Reading Journeys - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
May 2 - Working Mommy Journal - review Winter Frost / giveaway
May 2 - Dab of Darkness Book Reviews - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
May 3 - Christine's Book Corner - book spotlight / giveaway
May 3 - Laura's Interests - review of ICE / giveaway
May 6 - Hall Ways Blog - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
May 7 - Words And Peace - book spotlight / giveaway
May 7 - Life as Leels - review of ICE
May 8 - Kristin’s Novel Café - review of Winter Frost
May 9 - Locks, Hooks and Books - review of ICE / giveaway
May 10 - Bound 4 Escape - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
May 13 - A Fountain of Books - review of ICE / giveaway
May 14 - JB's Bookworms with Brandy Mulder - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
May 15 - JB's Bookworms with Brandy Mulder - review of Crimes Past / giveaway
May 15 - Nighttime Reading Center - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
May 16 - Locks, Hooks and Books - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
May 16 - Life as Leels - review of Winter Frost
May 17 - Seaside Book Nook - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
May 20 - Elizabeth McKenna Romance Author - book spotlight / giveaway
May 20 - Laura's Interests - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
May 21 - Bound 4 Escape - review of It's Murder My Son / giveaway
May 22 - Buried Under Books - review of Winter Frost
May 23 - StoreyBook Reviews - book spotlight / giveaway
May 23 - T's Stuff - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
May 24 - Svetlana's Reads and Views - review of It's Murder My Son / giveaway
May 24 - Dab of Darkness Book Reviews - review of It's Murder My Son / giveaway
May 27 - A Fountain of Books - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
May 28 - Locks, Hooks and Books - review of It's Murder My Son / giveaway
May 29 - Life as Leels - review of It's Murder My Son
May 30 - Seaside Book Nook - review of It's Murder My Son / giveaway
May 30 - Readers' Muse - review of It's Murder My Son / giveaway
May 31 - Laura's Interests - review of It's Murder My Son / giveaway
June 3 - Bound 4 Escape - review of Crimes Past / giveaway
June 3 - Amy’s Booket List - review of ICE
June 4 - Locks, Hooks and Books - review of Crimes Past / giveaway
June 5 - Buried Under Books - review of Crimes Past
June 6 - Nighttime Reading Center - review of Crimes Past / giveaway
June 6 - A Fountain of Books - review of It's Murder My Son / giveaway
June 6 - Readers' Muse - review of Crimes Past / giveaway
June 7 - Library of Clean Reads - It's Murder My Son / giveaway
June 10 - FUONLYKNEW - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
June 10 - Amy’s Booket List - review of Winter Frost
June 11 - Svetlana's Reads and Views - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
June 11 - Life as Leels - review of Crimes Past
June 12 - Library of Clean Reads - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
June 12 - Dab of Darkness Book Reviews - review of Crimes Past / giveaway
June 13 - FUONLYKNEW - review of It's Murder My Son / giveaway
June 13 - Readers' Muse - review of ICE / giveaway
June 14 - Mystery Suspense Reviews - review of Winter Frost
June 17 - Seaside Book Nook - review of Crimes Past / giveaway
June 17 - Amy’s Booket List - review of It's Murder My Son
June 18 - Laura's Interests - review of Crimes Past / giveaway
June 19 - A Fountain of Books - review of Crimes Past / giveaway
June 20 - Nighttime Reading Center - review of It's Murder My Son / giveaway
June 20 - Readers' Muse - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
June 21 - JBronder Book Reviews - review of It's Murder My Son / giveaway
June 24 - Mystery Suspense Reviews - review of Crimes Past
June 24 - Amy’s Booket List - review of Crimes Past
June 25 - Books for Books - book spotlight
June 26 - JBronder Book Reviews - review of Crimes Past / giveaway
June 27 - JBronder Book Reviews - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
June 28 - Adventurous Jessy - review of Winter Frost / giveaway






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June 11, 2019

Book Review: The Thirteenth Guardian by K.M. Lewis

Book Title: The Thirteenth Guardian
Author: K.M. Lewis
Genre: Biblical, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Young Adult, Apocalyptic
Series: 
Da Vinci’s Secret Pales
Publisher: Thirteenth Guardian
Publish Date: June 11, 2019 (307 Pages, E-book)
ISBN: 978-1-7337411-0-1
Michelangelo concealed an explosive truth in his famous Creation of Adam fresco in the Sistine Chapel at the Vatican. Eve did not cause the fall of man. She carried a far more devastating secret for millennia—one that will change the world forever.

As the modern-day world suffers the cataclysmic effects of the “Plagues of Egypt,” Avery Fitzgerald, a statuesque Astrophysics major at Stanford, discovers that she is mysteriously bound to five strangers by an extremely rare condition that foremost medical experts cannot explain. Thrust into extraordinary circumstances, they race against time to stay alive as they are pursued by an age-old adversary and the world around them collapses into annihilation.

Under sacred oath, The Guardians—a far more archaic and enigmatic secret society than the Freemasons, Templars, and the Priory—protect Avery as she embarks on a daring quest that only legends of old have been on before. Avery must come to terms with the shocking realization that the blood of an ancient queen flows through her veins and that the fate of the world now rests on her shoulders.
Disclaimer: I received this from the Publisher and though Book Siren for free as an ARC Copy. My Thoughts on this book are my own and honest review
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"The Thirteenth Guardian" is written really well. It is for the young adult genre but it really seem like it could be for adults as well. I was really captive while reading this book. The story is really good. Yes, it does not go into the characters to much as to detail. That is okay with me given that I am thinking the events that is taking place around the world is what this book is mostly about.

It made it so real. I am not wondering if this could happen to our world in a few months. Are we getting close the the end times as it suggest in the bible. Where their will be a new world to come? The author put you into the story and start to wonder is what going to happen now. It pulls you think about our own history.

The six characters that are to go on a mission have special traits. They all have them which is the shuttering's, blinding headaches and one other thing. We get a history text that might bring the past and present and the future together. The book is worth reading. What a story. I felt like this could be real. I was left with sleepless nights.


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June 7, 2019

Book Review: With Winter's First Frost by Kelly Irvin

Book Title: With Winter's First Frost
Author: Kelly Irvin
Publisher: Zondervan
Publisher Date: 2019-02-05 (352 Pages, Paperback)
Series: An Every Amish Season (#4)
Genres: Fiction, Amish, Romance, Christian Fiction
With the coldest season comes the warmest of second chances.

At age seventy-three, Laura Kauffman knows she is closer to the end of life than the beginning. If God willed it, she would join her beloved late husband soon. Even so, Laura wonders what purpose God might have for her in this winter of her life—and why this season seems so lonely.

Widower Zechariah Stutzman is facing his own barren season, despite the great-grandchildren swirling around him. With his Parkinson’s worsening, he had no choice but to move in with his grandson’s family, though now he feels adrift and useless.

When Laura offers to help with Zechariah’s five great-grandchildren after their mother has a difficult childbirth, Zechariah is unsure how he will adjust to the warm but tart demeanor of this woman he has known since grade school. But soon Laura and Zechariah learn they are asking God the same questions about loss and hope. And they begin to wonder if He is providing answers after all.

With Winter’s First Frost reminds us that God’s purposes always bear fruit—and sometimes love is sweeter with age.
Disclaimer: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers book review bloggers program. I was not influence or contacted to write my review in a positive or negative way. My reviews are honest and my own.
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The story is set on two families. Though it mostly on two senior citizens and this it really good. I have not read many stories about seniors in the Amish. This is one really well written story. They are in their 70's and it about romance with them.

The author show both points of view for both senior citizens. Will they find love and second chances? Laura seems ready to join her last husband. But God seems to have other plans. Zachariah seems a little bitter and grouchy after his wife passes away. He is also dealing with a disease. What will happen when his family get involved in what he can and cannot do?

The author jumps into different topics like Parkinson. There are others things as well. It the way she she shows you how some of the Amish deal with different diseases and mistakes of the young. There so much going on that you will be surprised at how it all comes together.

There seems to be several different plots going on though out the book. The main plot is about Laura and Zachariah. There is also both families. What will happen and will Gods will be done.

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June 6, 2019

Monthly Wrap up: May 2019


May came and went like a blur to me. I was not expecting much for the month. You can see Life decided to pop on in. I hope you had a good Mother's day and Mermoral day weekend as well. I was hoping to read more be about done with my reading goal. Life decided to make it eventful and busy in the middle of the month.

If you had check my April wrap up you would have found out that my grandfather on my mother's side was in the hospital like that Wednesday before that post when it was written. It was May 4, 2019 when I posted my April wrap up. Not even a week later he passed away on May 7, 2019 at around 5 pm. His visitation was May 9, 2019 and this funeral was May 10, 2019. So those to date that are listed last were two really busy days along with Wednesday and I really could not get anything done or worked on until after and read after that. If you want to please check out the link that states "In Memory of My Grandfather (Pappap)".

Books Read in May:

  1. It Murder, My Son by Lauren Carr  
  2. An Amish Family by Kathleen Fuller
My books really fall in different genres for this past month. They are in 2 different media categories I believe as well. They will be shown bellow.

Books by Genre:

  1. Mystery - 1 Books
  2. Christian Fiction - 1 Books

Books by Media Categories:

  1. Paperback - 1 Books
  2. Audiobooks - 1 Books
I have read a total of 368 Pages, About 10 hours, Listening for the month of May, This really does not do judicature but with a death in the family. The total for 2019 is 3,815 Pages.

Books by Pages Total:

  1. It Murder, My Son - 9 hours and 07 Mins
  2. An Amish Family - 368 Pages

Total Pages by Month:

  1. January - 1,530 Pages
  2. February - 532 Pages
  3. March - 1,390 Pages
  4. April - 363 Pages, (about 16 Hours, Listening)
  5. May - 368 Pages, (about 10 Hours, Listening)

Total books by Month:

  1. January - 8 Books
  2. February - 2 Books
  3. March - 5 Books
  4. April - 4 Books
  5. May - 2 Books




 Here is everything that been posted for the year. Some things have been will be posted later then when I read the book or reviewed it. Most cases this is when a book is on tour with me. The Book review may be posted later or a month or so done the line. I will gladly mark these when I read the book so you know.

       

      My Wrap Ups for the Year:

      1. January
      2. February
      3. March
      4. April 
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      Audiobook Tour: Crime Past by Lauren Carr with Giveaway

      Book Title: Crimes Past
      Author: Lauren Carr
      Publisher: Acorn Book Services
      Published Date: October 16, 2018 (7 Hrs, & 37 Mins, Audiobook)
      Narrated by: Mike Alger
      Genres: Mystery, Action, Adventures, Crime, Detective, Crime Fiction, Police Procedural, Murder Mystery, Thriller
      Series: A Mac Faraday Mystery (Book #13)
      It’s a bittersweet reunion for Mac Faraday when members of his former homicide squad arrive at the Spencer Inn. While it is sweet to attend the wedding of a former colleague’s daughter, it is a bitter reminder that the mother of the bride had been the victim of a double homicide on her own wedding night.

      The brutal slaying weighing heavy on his mind, Mac is anxious to explore every possibility for a break in the cold case—even a suggestion from disgraced former detective Louis Gannon that one of their former friends was the killer.

      When the investigator is brutally slain, Mac Faraday rips open the cold case with a ruthless determination to reveal which of his friends was a cold-blooded murderer.
      Disclaimer: I received a code from IReadBookTours to get a copy of the audiobook to review the book. My review is honest for the readers and author. I review for IReadBookTours.
      Want to Buy: Amazon | Audible |
      Add To: Goodreads


      Ever wonder what would happen if you left a murder get away with killing two people with no evidences. It like it goes cold. It just so happens it heats back up 15 years later or so when the reunion is all booked and their a wedding to preform.

      It all happens to be happen around Mac and the victims daughter no less. We know that Mac will not and has not given up on the case. It seems Mac need a little help. So who knew that someone would be called in to help for just a little bit. Laura Carr brings in some one new but it so nice to see the series get intertwined together.

      If you read Winter Frost you will now find out by his name. This man to be called in to help him though a connection with Washington is Chris Matheson. Mac needs some help with information and help solve his case he is sent Chris Matheson.

      Laura Carr Crimes Past is no different then any of her other books. You will get hooked on her books and want more just after reading one of her books. Does not matter what series you start with or what book. You will want to read them all sooner or later or listen to them all.

      The book is action packed, heart throbbing and you will not want to put the book or stop listening. It got twist and turns and surpises all the way to the end. You will be left guessing as to he the killer is and not only that there a bigger surprise left that you will not see see coming. You know Mac will have his brother or half brother David involved to help him.
      Prize: Win a $50 Amazon Gift Card courtesy of Lauren Carr, author of Winter Frost (open to wherever Amazon.com delivers)


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

      Now, Lauren has added one more hit series to her list with the Chris Matheson Cold Case Mysteries. Set in the quaint West Virginia town of Harpers Ferry, Ice introduces Chris Matheson, a retired FBI agent, who joins forces with other law enforcement retirees to heat up those cold cases that keep them up at night.

      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.

      ​Lauren is a popular speaker who has made appearances at schools, youth groups, and on author panels at conventions. She lives with her husband, and three dogs on a mountain in Harpers Ferry, WV.

      Connect with the author: Website ~ Twitter ~ Facebook ~ Instagram

      BOOK and AUDIOBOOK TOUR SCHEDULE:

      May 1 - Library of Clean Reads - tour kick-off / giveaway
      May 1 - My Reading Journeys - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
      May 2 - Working Mommy Journal - review Winter Frost / giveaway
      May 2 - Dab of Darkness Book Reviews - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
      May 3 - Christine's Book Corner - book spotlight / giveaway
      May 3 - Laura's Interests - review of ICE / giveaway
      May 6 - Hall Ways Blog - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
      May 7 - Words And Peace - book spotlight / giveaway
      May 7 - Life as Leels - review of ICE
      May 8 - Kristin’s Novel Café - review of Winter Frost
      May 9 - Locks, Hooks and Books - review of ICE / giveaway
      May 10 - Bound 4 Escape - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
      May 13 - A Fountain of Books - review of ICE / giveaway
      May 14 - JB's Bookworms with Brandy Mulder - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
      May 15 - JB's Bookworms with Brandy Mulder - review of Crimes Past / giveaway
      May 15 - Nighttime Reading Center - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
      May 16 - Locks, Hooks and Books - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
      May 16 - Life as Leels - review of Winter Frost
      May 17 - Seaside Book Nook - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
      May 20 - Elizabeth McKenna Romance Author - book spotlight / giveaway
      May 20 - Laura's Interests - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
      May 21 - Bound 4 Escape - review of It's Murder My Son / giveaway
      May 22 - Buried Under Books - review of Winter Frost
      May 23 - StoreyBook Reviews - book spotlight / giveaway
      May 23 - T's Stuff - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
      May 24 - Svetlana's Reads and Views - review of It's Murder My Son / giveaway
      May 24 - Dab of Darkness Book Reviews - review of It's Murder My Son / giveaway
      May 27 - A Fountain of Books - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
      May 28 - Locks, Hooks and Books - review of It's Murder My Son / giveaway
      May 29 - Life as Leels - review of It's Murder My Son
      May 30 - Seaside Book Nook - review of It's Murder My Son / giveaway
      May 30 - Readers' Muse - review of It's Murder My Son / giveaway
      May 31 - Laura's Interests - review of It's Murder My Son / giveaway
      June 3 - Bound 4 Escape - review of Crimes Past / giveaway
      June 3 - Amy’s Booket List - review of ICE
      June 4 - Locks, Hooks and Books - review of Crimes Past / giveaway
      June 5 - Buried Under Books - review of Crimes Past
      June 6 - Nighttime Reading Center - review of Crimes Past / giveaway
      June 6 - A Fountain of Books - review of It's Murder My Son / giveaway
      June 6 - Readers' Muse - review of Crimes Past / giveaway
      June 7 - Library of Clean Reads - It's Murder My Son / giveaway
      June 10 - FUONLYKNEW - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
      June 10 - Amy’s Booket List - review of Winter Frost
      June 11 - Svetlana's Reads and Views - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
      June 11 - Life as Leels - review of Crimes Past
      June 12 - Library of Clean Reads - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
      June 12 - Dab of Darkness Book Reviews - review of Crimes Past / giveaway
      June 13 - FUONLYKNEW - review of It's Murder My Son / giveaway
      June 13 - Readers' Muse - review of ICE / giveaway
      June 14 - Mystery Suspense Reviews - review of Winter Frost
      June 17 - Seaside Book Nook - review of Crimes Past / giveaway
      June 17 - Amy’s Booket List - review of It's Murder My Son
      June 18 - Laura's Interests - review of Crimes Past / giveaway
      June 19 - A Fountain of Books - review of Crimes Past / giveaway
      June 20 - Nighttime Reading Center - review of It's Murder My Son / giveaway
      June 20 - Readers' Muse - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
      June 21 - JBronder Book Reviews - review of It's Murder My Son / giveaway
      June 24 - Mystery Suspense Reviews - review of Crimes Past
      June 24 - Amy’s Booket List - review of Crimes Past
      June 25 - Books for Books - book spotlight
      June 26 - JBronder Book Reviews - review of Crimes Past / giveaway
      June 27 - JBronder Book Reviews - review of Winter Frost / giveaway
      June 28 - Adventurous Jessy - review of Winter Frost / giveaway






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