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The Fiction Writer by Jillian Cantor

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Thank you Park Row Publishing for putting together this virtual book tour! I enjoyed this book and it’s amazing cover! ABOUT THE BOOK From USA Today -bestselling Jillian Cantor, THE FICTION WRITER follows a mid-list writer hired by a handsome billionaire to write about his family history with Daphne du Maurier and finds herself drawn into a tangled web of obsession, marital secrets, and stolen manuscripts. Last night I dreamt I went to Malibu again… The once-rising literary star Olivia Fitzgerald is down on her luck. Her most recent novel--a re-telling of Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca--was a flop, her boyfriend of nine years just dumped her, and she’s battling a bad case of writer’s block. So when her agent calls her with a high-paying ghostwriting opportunity, Olivia is all too willing to sign the NDA. At first, the write-for-hire job seems too good to be true. All she has to do is interview Henry “Ash” Asherwood, a reclusive mega billionaire, twice-named People’s Sexiest Man Alive, wh

Twin Power: The Best Snow Day Ever by Ben and Kiyanda Young

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Happy Monday! The Twin Power series continues with The Best Snow Day Ever. Ideal for ages 3-8, your little one will love this playful book. Thank you iRead Book Tours for putting on this tour. Book Description: Sebastian and Simone  are not just  brother and sister . They are  twins ! They show little readers some cool things they can accomplish because of their  Twin Power . Join them in their adventure,  The Best Snow Day Ever  as they learn to use their  Twin Power  to have winter fun with some neighborhood children. From a snowball battle to making a snowman, working together makes being twins super fun ... and convenient. The Best Snow Day Ever  is the second in a series of Twin Power Books starring fraternal twins named Simone and Sebastian. The twins learn how to work together and teach little readers about what it means to be a twin and a best friend. The stories and adventures that the twins experience will show all children how to use teamwork to accomplish tasks. Through a

Twin Power by Ben and Kiyanda Young

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Happy Friday! Along with iRead Book Tours I have a new children's series to share with you. Don't forget to enter the giveaway at the bottom of the post.   Book Description: Sebastian and Simone are not just brother and sister. They are twins! They show little readers some cool things they can accomplish because of their  Twin Power . Join them in their adventures to see how  Twin Power  and working together make being twins super fun ... and convenient. The stories and adventures that the twins experience will show all children how to use teamwork to accomplish tasks. Through a series of activities included at the back of each book, little readers will practice memorization, counting, and matching while having fun coloring. Twin Power  Books are products of Twizzler Bees Entertainment LLC. Sign up for our newsletter and find more fun and educational activities at  www.twinpowerbooks.com  and feel free to reach out with questions or comments at  info@twinpowerbooks.com . Buy th

The Last Train From Paris by Juliet Greenwood

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Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources for putting together this virtual book tour! About the Book: For Iris , each visit to her mother in St Mabon’s Cove, Cornwall has been the same – a serene escape from the city. But today, as she breathes in the salt air on the doorstep of her beloved childhood home, a heavy weight of anticipation settles over her. Iris knows she’s adopted, but any questions about where she came from have always been shut down by her parents, who can’t bear to revisit the past. Now, Iris can’t stop thinking about what she’s read on the official paperwork: BABY GIRL, FRANCE, 1939 – the year war was declared with Nazi Germany. When Iris confronts her mother, she hits the same wall of pain and resistance as whenever she mentions the war. That is, until her mother tearfully hands her an old tin of letters, tucked neatly beside a delicate piece of ivory wool. Retreating to the loft, Iris steels herself to at last learn the truth, however painful it might be. Bu

Second Term by JM Adams

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Second Term by JM Adams October 23 - November 17, 2023 Virtual Book Tour presented by Partners in Crime Tours Synopsis: A lame duck president's desperate power grab threatens democracy in the United States—can former intelligence operative and single mother Cora Walker prevent catastrophe? September 2012. Cora Walker, a DIA defense operative, learns of a terrorist plot in Benghazi and rushes to a secret installation to stop it. When her superiors ignore her dire warnings, she’s forced to mount an unsanctioned attempt to thwart the attack. Her team barely repels the large force of invaders determined to kill Americans. Sixteen years after her heroic actions in Benghazi, Cora is the press secretary for the Speaker of the House. As a single mom, she’s struggling to balance her demanding job and her home life. Soon, things get more complicated at work as the lame duck president suspends habeas corpus and begins arresting members of Congress in a desperate attempt to reta

All the Small Wonderful Things by Kate Foster

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Welcome Kate Foster to my blog! Thank you to The Children's Book Review and Kate Foster for joining me today. I hope you enjoy reading about her book, how she came to love books, and of course, a GIVEAWAY! About the Book: In an endearing story about an autistic boy and his steadfast furry pal, Alex is convinced that winning a trophy at the dog show will help him make a real friend at last. Eleven-year-old Alex knows that starting middle school will be a big change, and for an autistic person, change can be terrifying. He is sure that having a friend by his side will help. But how can he make one? Alex devises a plan to impress the kids at school by winning a trophy at the PAWS Dog Show with his trusty sidekick, Kevin the Cockapoo. This should be a walk in the park, right? If only. It turns out that finding a friend is harder than Alex thought—unless, maybe, friendship is about something more than popularity. This charming story, told through Alex’s clear and honest voice, nav

The Girl in the Vault By Michael Ledwidge

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Thank you Hanover Square Press for the chance to join this tour and celebrate publication day for The Girl in the Vault .  It is out today and I have a special excerpt to share. About the Book: They stole her dream. Now getting it back will take the perfect crime. It’s summer in New York City and Faye Walker has it all. She’s not only scored one of the most highly coveted internships in all of Wall Street, she’s also just met the head-over-heels love of her life. With her natural-born gift for numbers and a work ethic that knows no bounds, Faye is a shoo-in for a full-time position at the illustrious merchant bank Greene Brothers Hale. Then, just as she awaits her offer and her signing bonus, a treacherous betrayal arrives to shatter Faye’s plans and her young life. But what her high finance masters-of-the-universe bosses don’t know is that Faye isn’t like any of the other interns. Having made her way past her humble small-town beginnings, for Faye, going back is not an option. That’s