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Peculiar County Blitz

Peculiar County by Stuart R. West Genre: YA Paranormal/Ghost Mystery Release Date: July 30th 2017 Books We Love Summary: Growing up in Peculiar County, Kansas, is a mighty...well, peculiar experience. In 1965, things get even stranger for Dibby Caldwell, the... Continue Reading →

SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE MYSTERY OF EINSTEIN’S DAUGHTER Blitz

Another adventure brings Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson face to face with Albert Einstein SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE MYSTERY OF EINSTEIN'S DAUGHTER Tim Symonds Genre: Mystery Publisher: MX Publishing Publication Date: January 13, 2014 Add to Goodreads The Dean of a... Continue Reading →

Remnants Spotlight + Guest Post

Guest Post - Five Steps to Profiling a Serial Killer BY CAROLYN ARNOLD He’s five seven, in his thirties, walks with a limp, works in temporary placements, and is single. He targets women because he was abused by his single... Continue Reading →

Naomi Release Blitz + Excerpt + Character Interview + Giveaway

Title: Naomi Series: Maggie Trilogy Author: Mya O'Malley Genre: Paranormal Mystery/Romance Loved reading Maggie? Follow Naomi and Bryce's story in this new gripping paranormal mystery- sprinkled with a touch of romance. Naomi has a knack for attracting attention from ethereal... Continue Reading →

Shout out to Mystery Thriller Week

Hello everyone!  Mystery Thriller Week 2017 (#MysteryThrillerWeek or #MTW) comes to an end today. Below is the wonderful lineup I had for the event. Each author contributed guest posts and generated numerous support. I enjoyed working with everyone and can't... Continue Reading →

Day 10: YA/Middle Grade; Laura Wolfe

Meet Laura Wolfe. Laura Wolfe is a lover of animals and nature. When she is not writing, she can be found playing games with her highly-energetic kids, riding horses, growing vegetables in her garden, or spoiling her rescue dog. She... Continue Reading →

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