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!
I'm so excited to be involved in this huge, never-before-on-Earth-happened book blog tour! When Dave first asked me if I thought it was possible or not (he asked many, and though most people loved the idea, of course there were a couple of non-believers, as always), I immediately became very jumpy! Enthusiasm is not beginning to describe what I felt... yeah, it was about to be a long shot. But it was so worth a try, and I'm so glad we're doing it! And after all, so many people, so many bloggers have got on board! My heart is full, guys. This is such a great community we have here! But enough about the tour... let's talk about the book in question! After all, that is what this is all about.
Today I bring you a historical novel that's set in the 5th century, in the chaotic times after the Roman Empire has fallen. I discovered this book because of the blog tour, thanks to Rachel's Random Resources. Let's drink a hot coffee (or tea, if that suits your taste better), and read everything there is to know about the book, including my review! 😉
I admit that I haven't (YET!) read 'Blueberry Pancakes', but it sounds amazing: you probably know that music is my soft spot, and it makes this book super attracting to me! Also, it sounds like a beautiful story of a gay guy finding his way in life and love, and that's something I'm all for, too. So, I agreed to do this promo post for Shalini and the Digital Reads Blog Tours. Let's see what this book is about!
'Life, Death And Cellos' is a book about amateur musicians, and how could I have say no to that? I agreed to a blog tour before I read the book - the tour ended up being a three-day blitz, but who cares? I have the same job in it! 😀 Music is my soft spot, and of course I decided to take this book ahead of my TBR. I'm always in the mood for some quick musical read! Let's see what it's all about!
What better there is in a terrible, cold, wet weather (when all day seems to be evening and you can't decide if the thing falling from the grey clouds is rain or snow) than taking a journey into a mystery novel set in sweet and fun Hawaii? Well, I can think of a lot of things that are great to do, but this was definitely one of them!