I was so excited to get the chance to read this book!! I was part of the first blog tour, for the first volume in the series (and the author's debut) and I was immediately hooked! I couldn't believe how good it was. Like.. where was this author before?? He should've been already around, writing bestsellers. I'm so happy to have figured out that this was a series, and there's more to come!
Hey guys, this is a cover reveal organized by the wonderful Shalini and the Digital Reads Blog Tours! The 'Playing with Fire' Boxset is not a new thing, but it has now a brand new cover, and I think it's very attractive! Take a look at it:
Music, history and a hint of magic... what more can a novel have? That's the dream, at least for me. (Well, mystery is my other soft spot, but one can't have everything, right?) That's why I agreed to be part of the blog tour for "Song for a Lost Kingdom" about a year ago, and as I expected, I ended up loving it! (You can read my review if you click on the title!) Today, I'm here to share the sequel with you, a book that I have waited for ever since I've finished the first one.
While I have to admit that, because of the hell of a summer I've been having, I still haven't read any of his books, the wonderful James J. Cudney is about to publish yet another installment of his mystery series. What a prolific writer! (Btw the I haven't yet read them, I now own an ecopy of most of his books. Yay!) Let's get into this new one, 'Haunted House Ghost'!
Hey guys, It's still my hiatus, and I'm still not ready to come full back... And I have to admit that until a couple of days ago, I completely forgot about the second ultimate blog tour!! 🙀🙊 I'm so ashamed... I was so excited about it before... It's just things have been really rough for me lately. Anyways, here I am, at last being part of the tour, and I can say that I am honestly excited about finishing the book. ...that is, because I originally committed to a first chapter review, and as things are, that's what I can do right now. Hopefully, I'll be able to post a full review soon. It's actually a very interesting and challenging thing to do, this is the very first time that I write a review after only having read one chapter of a book. Here's all that you should know about 'Chasing Graves' by Ben Galley!
I've been very excited about this book since the moment I saw Rachel's email about the tour, because - guess what - it's about living abroad and I'VE JUST MOVED ABROAD!! It's perfect timing.
Okay, so I've been way more busy in the last couple of days than I expected, but here's the post I promised my dear Shalini to create today! 😉 It's a book blitz for the book 'Sylvana', written by Sian B. Claven.
Welcome everyone to the promo tour for 'The Tracker' by Leslie Georgeson! This is a military romantic suspense novel, and it is free from the 11th-14th April on Amazon, so don't hesitate to pick this one up! I haven't read it yet, but I think I will get it, I've really got nothing to lose here. And it sounds good!
Today my post is the last stop at the 17 days long blog tour for 'Nobody's Wife', written by Laura Pearson! Some of you might have already heard about her because of her debut novel 'Missing Pieces' which had a pretty great reception. In the last 2 weeks (and more) everything has probably been said, but what I gather from the reviews on Goodreads (the book's also been available on NetGalley), everybody had a different experience with it. It is indeed a very interesting book, and I can't wait to share my own journey through its pages!
Welcome everyone on the spotlight blog tour and cover reveal for the 4th book in the Braxton Campus Series, 'Mistaken Identity Crisis'! This is a book written by James J. Cudney, and I know a lot of you have already read one or two of his books. What's more, he's also our book blogger buddy, Jay, over at This Is My Truth Now! (So, you can read his reviews of other people's books, too. Just sayin'.) I have to admit that I haven't (yet. YET!) read any of his books, though they've been on my TBR for ages. It's just that there are so many books that I actually already own that I couldn't yet get to them. (I'm actually ashamed of this by the way.) So far I've only read reviews that praised his writing skills, so his books are definitely worth a dive into them! I know I will give them a chance in the near future. So... what does Jay have to say about all this and himself? And what will his next book look like? What is it about? Let's find out!