Month: March 2015

A Tempest of Passion

by Elyzabeth VaLey We are heating things UP today! *fans self* Check out the blurb for Elyzabeth VaLey’s new release: Emily Bunsbury is most definitely not a fainter. She prefers to leave that sort of shenanigans to young debutants and

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A blog tour is a virtual book tour. Instead of appearing at book stores and boutiques, authors make “stops” on blogs. Some of the stops include interviews, others feature reviews and giveaways. I am grateful to Amy Bruno and Historical

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The Lost Art of Love

From 1938 to 1944, Wade Sarver’s parents wrote love letters—lots of them. After his parents passed away, Wade published the missives. They start with the young couple in high school and continue past marriage. I recently asked Wade why he

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When 400 Words Are More Than Enough

Confession: I haven’t written anything substantial since early December. What happened? My first book released. Jules, you ask, why is this a problem? Here’s why: nothing eats time like a pending book release, especially when that book is your debut

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The Dark Side of the Mountain, by Bonnie Johnston

A blend of fact and fiction, THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN describes two turbulent decades in the life of Anna Margaretha Mallow, an extraordinary woman caught up in events she cannot understand or control. Moved by her husband to

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Meet Aussie Author Maggie Mundy

Two things have helped Nicole cope since the murder of her husband. One is running her detective agency, and the other is her guardian angel, Mira. When Mira is killed by a demon, Nicole accepts the help of a Ridge,

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