Saturday, August 31, 2019

Book Tour and Giveaway: Sapphire Flames (A Hidden Legacy Novel, Book 4) by Ilona Andrews

Title: Sapphire Flames
Series: A Hidden Legacy Novel, Book 4
Author:  Ilona Andrews
Publisher: Avon
Publication Date: August 27th 2019
Genres: Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance 
From #1 New York Times bestselling author Ilona Andrew comes an enthralling new trilogy set in the Hidden Legacy world, where magic means power, and family bloodlines are the new currency of society…

In a world where magic is the key to power and wealth, Catalina Baylor is a Prime, the highest rank of magic user, and the Head of her House. Catalina has always been afraid to use her unique powers, but when her friend’s mother and sister are murdered, Catalina risks her reputation and safety to unravel the mystery.

But behind the scenes powerful forces are at work, and one of them is Alessandro Sagredo, the Italian Prime who was once Catalina’s teenage crush. Dangerous and unpredictable, Alessandro’s true motives are unclear, but he’s drawn to Catalina like a moth to a flame.

To help her friend, Catalina must test the limits of her extraordinary powers, but doing so may cost her both her House–and her heart.

"Ilona Andrews" is the pseudonym for a husband-and-wife writing team. Ilona is a native-born Russian and Gordon is a former communications sergeant in the U.S. Army. Contrary to popular belief, Gordon was never an intelligence officer with a license to kill, and Ilona was never the mysterious Russian spy who seduced him. They met in college, in English Composition 101, where Ilona got a better grade. (Gordon is still sore about that.)

Gordon and Ilona currently reside in Texas with their two children and many dogs and cats.

They have co-authored several NYT and USAT bestselling series. They are currently working on urban fantasy of Kate Daniels, the paranormal romance of Hidden Legacy, and their independently published series, Innkeeper Chronicles.

Win a $25 Amazon gift card!
Follow the tour HERE for exclusive content and a giveaway!

Book Blitz and Giveaway: His Smile by Katerina Winters

Title: His Smile
Author: Katerina Winters
Publication Date: August 30th 2019
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Roman Mashir was the man that stepped out of shadowed corners wearing a smile. Cruelty and laughter were synonymous in his world. Roman was the devil who caught your gaze and grinned back at you in your nightmares.

Fear was what he liked to see, expected even–bright eyed infatuation was not.

Rahina Chopra was persistent, annoying, naïve, and beyond foolish. While she danced happily in moonlight he was the devil who aimed his sights and pulled triggers.

She had no business fluttering carelessly into his world, he had made too many enemies, laughed in the face of one too many dying men to be allowed the luxury of her beauty.

But she recklessly fell in love with the madman, despite everyone’s warning–despite his warnings.

So, she stepped closer. Further into the psychopath’s hands sliding around her throat and closed her eyes to his grip fastening tightly close. Rahina didn’t want Roman’s status, his power, or his wealth the only thing she wanted was–his smile.


"Her writing is a lot like chocolate, dark and very sweet."

From contemporary to fantasy, Katerina Winters weaves dark tales of romance together with strong possessive men and sexy rendezvous.

Katerina lives in a tiny brick house surrounded by trees in Texas with her husband and their dog. When she isn't writing, Katerina is usually catching brunch with friends or curled up on her window seat with a good book.

Win an eBook of His Smile by Katerina Winters!
a Rafflecopter giveaway


Friday, August 30, 2019

Virtual Book Tour and Giveaway: In Pursuit of Perfection by Jacki Kelly

Welcome to my stop on the virtual book tour for In Pursuit of Perfection by Jacki Kelly. This book tour was organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. On my stop, I have an excerpt for you as well as a guest post about the craziest thing Jacki Kelly has done for love! There's also a tour wide giveaway. Be sure to follow the rest of the tour for more excerpts, guest posts, interviews, reviews, and more. Enjoy!
Title: In Pursuit of Perfection
Author: Jacki Kelly
Publisher: Intrigue Publishing
Publication Date: August 1st 2019
Genre: Contemporary Romance
The next man in Macy Rollins’s life must be perfect. She’s had enough impostors and isn’t willing to settle for anything less. All she has to do is get through the company contract negotiation season and she will get that promotion she has been working so hard for. Avery Malveaux – one of Philadelphia’s most eligible bachelors – has been hired to work with her as legal counsel for the company. From the moment they are forced to work together tensions are high and expectations are low. He questions her ability, she questions his intentions. After Macy is suspected in an accounting shortage, she accuses Avery of betraying her confidence. Has she once again been deceived by a man she thought she could trust? Can she clear her name and win her job back? And can there be any hope for Macy’s pursuit of perfection.

From the moment Macy agreed to go out with Avery, she couldn’t focus on any of the important things. Instead of pursuing Michelle, she thought about what to wear. Instead of rechecking the few audit documents she had, she was wondering what she and Avery would talk about. This was a real date. Everything up to now was only practice. Dating Avery was playing with an open flame.

She closed her eyes and drew in a deep breath. All her thoughts whirled around the hurt little girl her father left standing in the doorway. That was the 202 area code number that kept showing up on her phone. She sighed.

Brian had been too young to understand the destruction their father had caused. But she couldn’t forget, and she couldn’t forgive.

The intoxicating expression on his face made her heart thump harder. There were good reasons to pull away from him. But she couldn’t. As risky as being with Avery was, she couldn’t walk away. She needed to forget about the past, to stop glancing backward and focus on the offerings of the future. Maybe now was the perfect time to open the lock on her heart.

The HR Director shook his head. “That’s not a possibility.”

For a moment the room was quiet. There had to be something she could say to make this right. “How soon—”

“Immediately. We’d like you to gather anything personal from your office that you’d like to take home with you and exit the building.”

She sat up straighter in the chair. “It sounds like you’re firing me.”

“Until we have finished our investigation, please do not return to the building.” He stood. The meeting was over.
Men and women have always sought the promise that only love can offer. Jacki invites you into an intriguing world where romance abounds around every corner and down every street. You’ll be amazed at the crazy things we do and don’t do for the promise of love.

Jacki has been writing since her fourth grade teacher made her keep a journal for a grade. Now she does it to keep track of all the fascinating and heartbreaking moments that life throws our way. Poetry, personal essays, short stories and novels have all occupied space in her heart and her hard drive.

Jacki lives in the northeast where the winters are too cold and the summers are warm. But, she wouldn’t trade it for anywhere else, well maybe for a fabulous house on the sunny sands of Miami Beach in February. Her lovable husband and adorable floppy eared dog endure her long periods behind the computer creating happy-endings for her amazing hero and heroines. Romance makes the world go round and Jacki is enjoying the ride.

Have you ever done anything crazy in the name of love?
Of course, I’ve done crazy things for love. I’ll bet there aren’t many people who haven’t. Every day of my relationship with my husband, I feel like I’m doing something crazy for him. I hate to cook, but at least three times a week, I’ll pull out a pan and prepare a meal for the love of my live. But the biggest thing had to be when we first met.

I met my husband when I was a freshman in college. Almost immediately I knew we had something special. On our second date he told me he loved me and his words didn’t take me by surprise, because I felt it too. He was a Junior and I was a Freshman. Some said we were too young to be serious.

In my Sophomore year we got married. He was student teaching and making very little money, but we had enough love to take care of everything. I look back on those years now and realize how young and naive we were, but we made it. We lived in a tiny apartment. Our furniture was given to us by our parents and other family members, but boy were we happy. It’s only now that I look back at those days and realize the risk we were taking. But I believed in him and he believed in me and together we created a life that’s been filled with love, happiness and joy. I wouldn’t recommend anyone do what we did, but I’m glad we made that crazy choice.
Jacki Kelly will be awarding a $25 Amazon or Barnes and Noble gift card to a randomly drawn winner via Rafflecopter after the tour.
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Book Review: Lock Every Door by Riley Sager

Title: Lock Every Door
Author: Riley Sager
Publisher: Dutton Books
Publication Date: July 2nd 2019
Genres: Thriller, Mystery
No visitors. No nights spent away from the apartment. No disturbing the other residents, all of whom are rich or famous or both. 

These are the only rules for Jules Larsen's new job as an apartment sitter at the Bartholomew, one of Manhattan's most high-profile and mysterious buildings. Recently heartbroken and just plain broke, Jules is taken in by the splendor of her surroundings and accepts the terms, ready to leave her past life behind.

As she gets to know the residents and staff of the Bartholomew, Jules finds herself drawn to fellow apartment sitter Ingrid, who comfortingly, disturbingly reminds her of the sister she lost eight years ago. When Ingrid confides that the Bartholomew is not what it seems and the dark history hidden beneath its gleaming facade is starting to frighten her, Jules brushes it off as a harmless ghost story—until the next day, when Ingrid disappears.

Searching for the truth about Ingrid's disappearance, Jules digs deeper into the Bartholomew's dark past and into the secrets kept within its walls. Her discovery that Ingrid is not the first apartment sitter to go missing at the Bartholomew pits Jules against the clock as she races to unmask a killer, expose the building's hidden past, and escape the Bartholomew before her temporary status becomes permanent.

I had previously read Final Girls and The Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager. I wasn't that impressed with those books, but I feel a loyalty to Riley Sager since I had read his previous books. When I heard about Lock Every Door by Riley Sager, the synopsis sounded interesting enough, so I decided to give it a try. I'm really glad I did because I feel that it's Sager's best book yet, and it was really good!

Jules has just lost her job and walked in on her boyfriend cheating on her. Almost penniless and practically homeless, when she comes across a wanted ad advertising a job for an apartment complex called the Bartholomew, a place for the very rich and wealthy, Jules jumps at the chance. The apartment is lush, and the pay is $1000 a week. Sure, there are some strange rules, but it's easy money. However, when apartment sitters start vanishing in the middle of the night, Jules feels as if something evil is going on at the Bartholomew. Jules decides to find out the truth despite putting herself in danger. Will she succeed or will she become another missing apartment sitter?

I really enjoyed the plot of Lock Every Door, and I found it fairly original. Riley Sager does a fantastic job at making this book feel as if something like this could happen in real life. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised to hear about something like this in the news. Even though the action doesn't really take place until almost the end of the book, I still found myself grossly immersed in this book. I also was playing detective alongside Jules the whole time. I did figure out some of what was going on, but there were still some plot twists that I never predicted. The story flows very well and never feels rushed anywhere. At no point did this book lose my attention. I was heavily invested in finishing Lock Every Door as soon as possible. Every question I had was answered by the end of the book although there was one mystery that I would have liked to know more about, but even this mystery is touched upon at the end of the book.

I enjoyed reading about every character in Lock Every Door from even the minor characters to the major ones. Jules was a fantastic main character. She was fairly relatable. Actually, I would go as far as to say that she's the most relatable character in a book that I've read. I could sympathize with her financial struggles and her desperation when it came to making money. It was the same with the character of Ingrid. I could also relate to her struggle for money. My heart went out to all of the apartment sitters because I knew what they were feeling when it came to money. I felt like Nick was a bit predictable and cliched as the hunky neighbor, but he was still written well. Greta was my favorite character. She was definitely interesting, that's for sure! My favorite scenes always involved Greta.

Trigger warnings for Lock Every Door include profanity, sexual references (though not many and not graphic), violence (not graphic), death, kidnapping, murder, drinking, and some drug references.

All in all, Lock Every Door is a thrilling read that ticks all the right boxes to make it fantastic! With such a interesting plot and a fantastic cast of characters, this is one book not to miss. I would definitely recommend Lock Every Door by Riley Sager to those who crave a great mystery as well as those that love thrillers.

Thursday, August 29, 2019

Virtual Book Tour and Giveaway: Soul Reader by Lisa Zajkowski

Welcome to my stop on the virtual book tour for Soul Reader by Lisa Zajkowski. This tour was organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. On my stop, I have an excerpt for you to read as well as a guest post, and a tour wide giveaway. Be sure to check out the other stops on the tour for more excerpts, guest posts, interviews, reviews, and more. Enjoy!
Title: Soul Reader
Author: Lisa Zajkowski
Publisher: Light Network
Publication Date: March 18th 2019
Genre: Paranormal Romance
When skeptic Marvin meets artistic Natalie in a coffee shop on a cold October morning, the two fall fast in love, but nothing is ever as easy as it feels.

Natalie believes that a divine something is guiding her life for her greater good, and it seems to be true. She lands her dream job and she and Marvin marry at a beachside castle. However, the ease and flow of their lives start to change. At the same time that Natalie becomes pregnant, Marvin experiences strange symptoms and visits his doctor.

When faced with a diagnosis that changes everything and odd dreams of the child that hasn’t yet been born, will Marvin let go of his skepticism or will he miss out on a lifetime with his loving family?

They walk through the archway and the dancing roses appear to be just what Talie said it would be.

The roses grow in such a fashion that they dance with the breeze and the aroma in the garden is what love would smell like if there were such a scent associated with it. There are thousands of vibrant colored roses up and down in rows and they do not look like typical rose bushes. The stems of the roses are different, stronger, and able to uphold the bud. Almost any color that can be thought of is here, including purple, red, blue, yellow, rainbow, black, turquoise, white, pink, orange, two and three tone colors, and a bright red-orange sparkling rose.

“Who owns this place?” Marvin asks.

“There’s a plaque with the owner’s name on it over here,” Talie says leading the way.

The memorial reads: Jonathan Rutherford and Ellen Campanilli Rutherford established “Roses of the Garden” in 1913.

“Wow,” Marvin says, “They must have some secret formula regarding horticulture because I’ve never seen such roses!”
Lisa M. Zajkowski has an exhilaration for life while exploring all areas from the ethereal to the ordinary, and she appreciates learning something from every aspect. Her main theme in life is fun, as she indulges in laughter and looks for the positive in every situation. She also thrives on pushing the boundaries of the body while enduring in the sport of Triathlon, having completed a Half Ironman. However, it’s her first love of running that brings her an immense sense of liberation and connectedness with the beauty of the world. Lisa loves connecting with people, and being a massage therapist allows her to do this as she enjoys helping people facilitate healing within their innate body systems. She is comforted in the softer side of life while cuddling with her dogs and cat, and desires to own a horse ranch. Lisa revels in the freedom of being fluid in her writing, taking pleasure in all genres of authoring. She is currently working on Drama, Sci-Fi, and Horror novels.

The hardest part about writing is having other obligations, finding the time, or being in the wrong place. Often times I get into my creative flow and I then need to go to work or have other things that need to get done. Sometimes it’s hard finding dedicated time and sometimes it’s having that allotted time and having nothing to write and the creative juices seem to flow like frozen snail snot. I am not a person to sit there and stare at a computer screen for hours on end if nothing is flowing. Trying to make nothing out of nothing gets me a whopping pile of nothing. I am much better off if I can just go for a run or change my point of focus. That brings me to another issue with writing and that is, balance. It’s been interesting and sometimes difficult to balance training for several different disciplines (swim, bike, run, weight training) and even then with trying to balance training, I feel like I have barely been doing that. I feel blessed to have so many things that truly bring me joy, but sometimes it’s hard to pick and stay on task. Often times when an idea hits and the creativeness comes to life, I am out in public or at work and I long to be at home with the keys on my computer clacking. My phone has saved me in these situations because I’m able to express my idea(s) and then come back to them at a more appropriate time. Nonetheless, it can be difficult to have that passion waiting to come out and having to cap it off at the moment in time. Also, when I talk-text into my phone it doesn’t always ‘pick up what I’m throwin down’ and I’m left to figure out what in the world I was trying to say!
Lisa Zajkowski will be awarding a $50 Amazon or Barnes & Noble gift card to a randomly drawn winner via Rafflecopter after the tour. To increase your chance of winning, leave a comment at a different stop on the tour every day. Good luck!
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Book Blitz and Giveaway: The Dream Weaver (The Dream Weaver Series Book 1) by Chantae Oliver

Title: The Dream Weaver
Series: The Dream Weaver Series Book 1
Author: Chantae Oliver
Publication Date: March 20th 2019
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy
18-year-old Rhiannon, the last fairy princess, has spent the last 8 years going through the motions of her life after witnessing the murder of her parents. Traumatized from her inability to help them, she freely allows the High Council to make most decisions for her. That is, until, the person who killed her parents is found and she is given a chance to use her unique and developing powers to get revenge.After spending so long avoiding any decision making, Rhiannon now faces a moral decision that she can’t evade.


Rhiannon felt as though the air was being pulled out of her lungs as she fell through the complete darkness with no end in sight. She was falling so fast and so hard that she couldn’t even let out the scream that was bubbling up within her as she panicked and looked around everywhere for something to hold. All sense left her mind, andall her training was forgotten as she put her arms out in front of herself protectively and accepted her impending doom.

“Use your training!” A voice boomed out around her with no source apparent.

My training…my training. Ohcrap,I’m going to die! Rhiannon thought frantically as her velocity picked up and nausea swept over her.

“Get your control back, Rhiannon! You’ll keep falling until you do!” The disembodied voice rang out again, louder this time.

Her descent already felt as though it had gone on forever so she couldn’t believe what the voice was insinuating.

How do I make this stop? How do I gain control over this? She thought to herself confused.

Steadying her breath, Rhiannon began to assess the situation as best she could through her panic.

I have been falling for a really long time…how is that even possible? It isn’t. This isn’t possible at all.

Rhiannon’s eyes shot open in surprise as she opened her arms outwards like a T and suddenly stopped falling and floated in place.

This. Is. A. Dream. Duh, Rhiannon!

“Much better! Now control your surroundings!” The voice shouted.

Feeling confidence flow through her, she began to construct a floor beneath her feet. Steadying herself on the asphalt, Rhiannon let whimsy take hold as buildings sprouted up all around her. She started creating a city made up of the most famous buildings from all over the world – the Eiffel Tower from Paris, Big Ben from London, the Burj Khalifa from Dubai, the Empire State Building from New York – building after building sprouted up from her imagination.Places she had always hoped to visit one day and photograph – now they were here, and she could see them all in one shot.

“Perfect. Now destroy it all and wake up.” The voice said coldly.

Rhiannon hesitated, not wanting to see her creation destroyed before she even got to explore it.

“NOW!” The voice screamed causing waves of vibration to go through the air.

Flinching, Rhiannon took another deep breath and gave a small wave to the buildings she loved; then she watched as they all crashed to the ground. As the last building fell, Rhiannon felt herself being pulled back towards the real world as she woke up, surrounded by her trainers – some looking pleased, some looking stern, and Lady Villagomez standing out most of all with a look of disappointment on her face.

As Rhiannon sat up in the bed, the familiar pain in her spine radiated through her entire back. She groaned audibly as she noted that it seemed to be growing more intense with each training session.

“You need to be more focused! What you’re facing is a life or death situation, you need to be aware that it’s a dream the second you enter it!” Lady Villagomez had come inches from Rhiannon’s face as she lectured her again about the importance of her training.

Rhiannon backed up a bit on the bed as she thought to herself, I should’ve never gone to that damn High Council meeting…
Chantae writes how she reads - which is to mean that she likes to get to the exciting bits AS SOON AS POSSIBLE! Her writing reflects that as her focus is on taking you on a fun ride. Writing motto? "I'm here to entertain you, not teach you."

Chantae Oliver has lived a life seeing the world with constant travel and interactions with different people and cultures. She has both a strong sense of wanderlust and a passion for writing stories and poems that readers around the world can relate to.

As someone who is mixed race, Chantae grew up a book worm who unfortunately often felt underrepresented. As the literary world expands its’ representation, Chantae hopes to join in by including people of different backgrounds, mentalities, abilities, and physical presences.

In addition to working on her book series, she writes poetry, paints, plays Dungeons and Dragons, reads, does daily devotionals and raises her two precious boys.

Winner of multiple writing competitions, Chantae has shown her tenacity and skills time and time again.

Win a signed copy or an eBook of The Dream Weaver by Chantae Oliver!
Book blitz organized by:

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Book Blog Tour and Giveaway: Rounding Home by Sarah Swindell

Genre: Memoir / Family / Autism
Publication Date: August 2, 2019
Number of Pages: 256

Scroll down for giveaway!
In 1991, twenty-one-year-old Sarah, the recently divorced mother to two-year-old Hayley, moved from the dusty small town of Farmington, New Mexico to the bustling city of Houston, Texas with dreams of a better life. A year later, she was swept off her feet by Greg Swindell, an established Major League Baseball player who had just signed a lucrative contract with the Houston Astros and was quickly becoming the talk of the city. 

Six weeks after their first date, Greg asked Sarah to quit her job as a hairdresser and marry him during Spring Training in Florida. Over the next several years, Sarah's Cinderella story continued with the addition of three more children, a lifestyle only a few ever dream of living, and a love story even fewer ever experience.

That is until 2002 when her picture-perfect life came to a gut-wrenching halt, and Sarah was faced with more pain than she ever thought possible. For almost a decade, the puzzle pieces would cease to align due to an avalanche of events; a devastating autism diagnosis, a painful affair, multiple marriages, multiple divorces and her children's own personal struggles with self-harm, eating disorders, and attempted suicide. 

If you have ever felt lost, betrayed, or heartbroken, this story will inspire you to never give up on finding true joy and happiness again. It will prove there is no such thing as the “perfect family” and that difficult times can actually make you stronger than you ever dreamed possible.

"Rounding Home takes you on a riveting journey through the eyes of an exceptional woman who embraced struggle, love, success, and the unimaginable, autism. Get ready to laugh, cry, and flutter with romance; it’s one hell of a love story!" -- Gena Lee Nolin, actress, author, advocate, “Thyroid Sexy,” wife & mother

"In Rounding Home, Sarah writes with gritty honesty, a deeply moving account of life with her autistic son. This testament to the resilience of the human spirit will touch your heart and soul." -- Gayle Nobel, life coach, autism mom, and author of three books about living with autism

"This story of the Swindell family is a poignant demonstration of how each family member responded and was changed, for better or worse, as they struggled to come to terms with how their lives had been altered. And although there was damage along the way, they ultimately triumph by rekindling the love that created their family unit in the first place." -- Dr. Bryan Jepson, author, physician, and father of two sons with autism

Sarah Swindell lives in the Austin area with her husband, Greg, a former Major League Baseball player and 2019 Texas Sports Hall of Fame inductee. Sarah is a commercial actress/model and has been working in the industry for over thirty years. She enjoys spending her free time with her four grown children and several grandchildren who reside in Texas as well. 

Sarah is an avid moviegoer, loves yoga and true-crime podcasts, and advocates for children and adults with autism and other disabilities. Her son was diagnosed with severe autism at the age of eighteen months and continues to touch peoples' hearts to this day.

- Why did you choose to write a memoir?
My main reason for sharing my story is to help women who might be going through difficult times, and to let them know they are not alone in the struggle. I have cornered the market on challenging and sometimes heartbreaking situations –most of the time feeling very isolated, ashamed, and scared for what the future held. My story gives hope that love and happiness CAN prevail in the end and reminds others to never give up no matter how grim things may seem.

- Why did you decide to self-publish?
Being an unknown author, I quickly discovered just how hard it was to find a traditional publisher that would give me a shot. Then I realized just how much I wanted to keep my story in my own words and in my control with how it is put out there. Yep, I am a tad of a control freak!

- What was the hardest part of writing this book?
I think trying to piece together my memories of certain feelings, events, dialogue from the past, etc. and create a story that would make sense to readers. I am far from a writer and my lack of confidence in my skill held me back for years. But I always felt I had a story to tell. It was also difficult navigating all the technical stuff with self-publishing and learning all the terminology. The book design company I hired, Design 1106, was key in helping me through all that part.

- What did you enjoy most about writing Rounding Home?
I first started a blog back in October of 2018 to test the waters if people would like what I had to say. The feedback was incredible and really gave me the push I needed to tell my story. I really enjoyed knowing how much my posts meant to people and how much it helped them in their own struggles. It sure made the book writing process much more fun knowing people might actually like it!

- What do you read in your free time?
I actually LOVE memoirs or anything non-fiction. There is something that captivates me about true events that have taken place or peoples’ life experiences. I love to read about anything that will make me cringe, laugh, cry, or feel scared as long as it is real!

- Are there any people you credit for being your inspiration for reading and writing?
I actually have two people. Judy Blume was my first author I fell in love with at a very young age, and who made me realize just how much I love a good story and getting lost in it. As an adult, it was after I read Rachelle Hollis’s book, Girl Wash Your Face, that actually gave me the courage to NOT be afraid of what people think about my writing and to follow my dream of writing a book. I listened to the audio version while I worked out (I listened to the whole thing twice), and it moved me to tears more than a few times. I put on my vision board to meet her in person sometime in 2019 and a few months later, my oldest daughter got a job working for her marketing team…the true power of a vision board!

- What’s something interesting, fun, or funny that most people don’t know about you?
I am completely obsessed with true-crime podcasts. I mean REALLY obsessed. I can’t remember the last time I actually listened to music in the car. The more morbid and scary, the better! In my next life I WILL be a crime scene investigator.
August 22-September 1, 2019
Author Interview
   blog tour services provided by