Today’s team review is from Sean, he blogs here http://ebookwormssite.wordpress.com
Sean has been reading Cairnaerie by M.K.B. Gaham
A family drama history, from the period 1840’s through the Civil War to 1930, showing the far-reaching generational impact of the choices made, and the culture they are made in.
Geneva Snow: The main protagonist, whose life we follow through her 72 years. The daughter of a wealthy lawyer, headstrong, sometimes petulant, and impulsive.
Zeph Elias: Husband and guardian of Geneva
John Klare: Disgraced history professor, hired by Geneva.
Tobias Jebson: Low-life criminal, abusing his usurped position of post-master.
Joly Jennings – the grand-daughter.
Helen Van Soren – Librarian
Bertram & Caroline Snow – Geneva’s parents
In 1827, a 10-years-old boy [Bertram Snow] was turned out onto the Baltimore streets, by a family too poor to feed him. A kindly stranger found him wet and…
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Lately, Facebook has been in the news a lot, and I’m reading lots of articles comparing it to favourite social media websites of the past such as MySpace, LiveJournal and Friendster. Has it, too, had its day?
I’ve had a love/hate relationship with Facebook since I can remember. At first, I was very reluctant to join. Did I really want everyone knowing what was going on in my life, where I was, what I was doing, who I was with, etc., etc., etc.? I mean, there are other ways of finding out that information, isn’t there?
As an author, I know I should be using Facebook to help promote my book and my blog but, just over a year ago, I had decided enough was enough and finally gave Facebook its marching orders.
Here are my seven reasons why I deleted my Facebook account.
Time. Did you know that some people…
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Welcome to my stop on the blog blitz for Mark of the Devil by Tana Collins with a guest post by the author. Many thanks to Sarah Hardy for organising and inviting me onto the tour
About this book…?
While Inspector Jim Carruthers and team are busy investigating a series of art thefts they receive an anonymous tip about the body of a young woman on a deserted beach.
The bizarre clues to her identity, and what might have happened to her, include a strange tattoo, a set of binoculars and slab of meat left on the cliffs.
The team’s investigations lead them to a local shooting estate and its wealthy owner Barry Cuthbert. However, Carruthers suspects Cuthbert is not all he seems and the DI soon starts to wonder if the cases of the missing works of art, the dead woman and the estate are connected.
Then when the…
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It’s time to inject a little fun into your book promotion.
I always get so many happy comments and emails when I run these whacky holiday lists that I’m going to try to do it more often. These unusual special occasions give you a chance to get creative – and smile.
The goal is to find one or more whacky May holidays from the short list below or the expanded list on HolidayInsights that relates to your book. Use that occasion as a starting point for any number of book promotion tactics.
Winning ways with whacky May holidays
read more https://buildbookbuzz.com/whacky-may-holidays/
Today I am thrilled to be a stop on the blog tour for The Runaway Wife by Dee MacDonald. Many thanks to Kim Nash for the invite and my review copy of the book.
About this book…
One evening in early August, while mashing the potatoes for dinner, Connie McColl decides she’s had enough…
Connie is tired of solving one family crisis after another – usually involving her unruly grandchildren – while her husband Roger spends all day at his beloved golf course. Surely it must be time for her to shake off her apron and start living again?
So Connie packs a bag, gets in her little green car and drives off…
As Connie journeys from England to Scotland on an unexpected adventure, she finally begins to rediscover herself. And she starts to wonder, will she ever be ready to return home? Or will this summer change her life forever?
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