Posts Categorized: Guest Post

Jun 16 2017
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How to Ruin Your Reputation in 10 Days by Harmony Williams – Guest Post + Giveaway

How to Ruin Your Reputation in 10 Days by Harmony Williams – Guest Post + Giveaway

Meet the Author:

Harmony Williams has been living vicariously in Regency-era England since she discovered Jane Austen. Since time machines don’t yet exist, she’s had to make do with books—fictional and non-fictional. On the rare occasion she doesn’t have her nose stuck in a book, she likes to drink tea and spend time with her 90-lb lapdog. A feminist, she writes stories about strong women and the men who support them as equals.

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About the Book:

In 1814 London, England, a lady is defined as a demure, delicate flower. Miss …

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Jun 14 2017
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No Turning Back by Tracy Buchanan – Guest Post + Giveaway @TracyBuchanan

No Turning Back by Tracy Buchanan – Guest Post + Giveaway @TracyBuchanan

My writing sanctuary by Tracy Buchanan

Each morning, there’s nothing that gives me more joy then stepping into my beautiful study. It wasn’t always like that though. When we viewed our new house before putting in an offer, the room was filled floor to ceiling with books, files, boxes of clothes and more. The wallpaper was peeling, the carpet threadbare. But I could see through all that. I knew it would one day be the place I’d write my novels. So when we moved in, it was the first room I set about redecorating.

While my novels are mainly set in seaside locations, I like the darker side (as you’ll see in my latest novel No Turning …

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Jun 08 2017
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Treble at the Jam Fest by Leslie Budewitz – Guest Post + Giveaway

Treble at the Jam Fest by Leslie Budewitz – Guest Post + Giveaway

Every recipe tells a story.

Every recipe is a story. Take pie, for example. (I’ll wait while you cut us each a piece.) In every culture, there’s a dish made of fruit baked in pastry or dough. It might be peach pie in Georgia, where peaches are easy to grow, apple or cherry up north where the trees need that winter chill. My friend from Kazakhstan bakes darling apple turnovers she learned to make with her grandmother. In other countries, you’d be offered a fruit tart or a stuffed dumpling.

And whether we’re a local or a visitor, when we spot that treat, our faces light up. We feel connected. Nurtured. In the French countryside or an …

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Jun 06 2017
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The Man She Knew by Loree Lough – Guest Post + Giveaway

The Man She Knew by Loree Lough – Guest Post + Giveaway

On Tour with Prism Book Tours.

The Man She Knew

(By Way of the Lighthouse, #1)
by Loree Lough
Contemporary Romance

Paperback & ebook, 384 pages
June 1st 2017 by Harlequin Heartwarming

Don’t they both deserve a second chance?

Fourteen years ago, one reckless act cost Ian Sylvestry everything, including the girl he planned to marry. Since then, he has fought hard to turn his life around. Returning to his Baltimore town after serving a prison term was the first step. Winning back Maleah Turner’s trust is a far more daunting challenge. From their first sparks-flying reunion, it’s obvious they still have powerful feelings for each other. In fact, they might be even stronger …

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Jun 04 2017
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Watching the Detectives by Julie Mulhern

Watching the Detectives by Julie Mulhern

Guest Post

Every so often, I run across a picture of Angela Lansbury as Jessica Fletcher. She’s sitting at her kitchen table in front of a typewriter. There’s a coffee cup to her left, a coffee pot to her right, and a sweater casually draped around her shoulders. She’s wearing make-up. She’s also wearing a satisfied smile—as if writing is a lark and she’s just sat down to dash off 5,000 words.

I too write at the kitchen table. On a laptop. I too have a coffee cup nearby. The Keurig is but steps away. But chances are, if I’m writing, there’s no sweater. There’s definitely no make-up. And there is absolutely no satisfied smile.

Since I write early in …

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May 24 2017
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Set You Free by Elmer Seward – Guest Post + Giveaway

Set You Free by Elmer Seward – Guest Post + Giveaway

Set You Free by Elmer Seward

Bay Rivers Publishing
May 20, 2017
Genre: Suspense
Content Warning: Some mild profanity and references to torture and murder (however there is no graphic violence).

Deena is running from a dangerous past. When she finds herself in a small fishing village tucked away on the banks of the Chesapeake Bay, she thinks she is finally safe. While there, she discovers a journal that weaves a story of secrets, passion, and unrequited love. In its pages, she discovers the answers to her struggle with the shadows of her own past. In the end, those shadows close in on her and threaten all that she holds dear.

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May 21 2017
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Uncorking a Lie by Nadine Nettmann – Guest Post + Giveaway

Uncorking a Lie by Nadine Nettmann – Guest Post + Giveaway



Uncorking a Lie by Nadine Nettmann

A Sommelier Mystery #2

It was the kind of invitation sommelier Katie Stillwell had only dreamed about: a dinner party at the Sonoma mansion of famed wine collector Paul Rafferty to celebrate a rare bottle. Everyone enjoys drinking the $19,000 wine, but Katie realizes it’s not the vintage listed on the label.

When she confides in Mr. Rafferty, he asks her to investigate, and she soon discovers the deception goes beyond money—it includes an accidental death that might just be murder. As Katie falls deeper into the world of counterfeit wine, she learns everything is at stake . . . even her life.

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