Tasty Book Tours...Ethan's Daughter

Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Interview & GIVEAWAY with Harper Impulse author, Linn B. Halton....



 Hi Linn! So lovely to have you here and to be a part of your ongoing tour - I'm looking forward to catching up with you and your work. Let's kick off with my questions...

Hi, Rachel, and thank you so much for being a part of the Brook Cottage blog tour – it’s so lovely to be here!

1.     What do you wish men understood about women?
I don’t think it’s quite as simple as that, if I’m being honest, because I also believe the reverse of that question is also true, too. After all, I spend my days writing about how misunderstandings occur because people don’t always communicate how they feel, or stop to see things from the other person’s viewpoint! Emotional angst ensues and misunderstandings – which always complicates the path to true love.

Thankfully, I’m married to a man who is very romantic, loving and caring. He’s the first person I turn to with everything in my life and I like to think that I found my perfect match, my soul mate, because we both hold dear the same principles. And we are both givers – to each other and our family/friends.

So, my wish would be that everyone realises giving is far more rewarding than receiving. If you send out positive karma in life, then it will come back to you. And you will attract people who also have a very positive outlook. Life should be all about taking care of those you love and trying your best to make your dreams come true. The saddest must be to look back and wonder, ‘If only …’

2.     Do you only work on one book at a time?
Yes, always. Having said that I began writing ‘The Secrets of Villa Rosso’ about three years ago; I wrote about 8,000 words and put it aside. Four novels later I was finally able to pick it back up again because I’d had one of those ‘illuminating’ moments. Suddenly I knew exactly HOW to tell what is a rather complicated twist in the story.
Will that happen again? I don’t think so, but you never know. When I begin a new story I usually have no idea what is going to happen but with The Secrets of Villa Rosso I knew the ending before I knew how I was going to get there! And that was a first for me.

3.     Who is your favorite fictional couple?
Bella Swan and Edward Cullen from Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight Saga. I think their personal relationship at the time really enhanced their roles and I was sad when they broke up. Their on-screen chemistry was electric, as it was in the books.

4.     Do you have a favorite quote that sums up how you feel about life?
'No Man is an Island' by John Donne. Even though I love my quiet, alone time when I’m writing (which accounts for a lot of hours over a typical week), people are what make life special. Whether that’s family, friends, readers … and colleagues. Being active on social media allows a writer to feel a part of a community and it’s a real shot in the arm!
Another line I say all the time is ‘grab life and run with it’, because I think the only thing that holds us back is ourselves. And life flies by very quickly, so work hard and see what you can achieve! Look at results as a bonus, not a right and you will never be disappointed.

5.     Do you set daily writing goals? Word count? Number of chapters? Do you get a chance to write every day?
I’m never able to write every single day because at least one day a week I look after a three and a seven-year-old, sometimes involving a weekend sleepover as well. As you can imagine – nothing at all gets done. But if we aren’t involved in family pursuits, or socialising, then I work more or less flat out. This includes evenings and weekends, with the occasion ‘treat’ day to catch up with my favourite TV programmes.
I begin writing a new story with either a title, or a one-liner idea so I have no idea how long it will be, or how many chapters. The tale unfolds on the screen in front of me and each new development is usually a surprise.
At the moment, it looks likely that I will have four books out next year and maybe also in 2019, so for the first time ever I’m having to set myself some word count deadlines. Mainly because when the edits come in I drop everything and do that exclusively. So, I aim for 2,000 words a day spread over four days a week as that’s the minimum to allow me to get the new books written.
However, I don’t write like that and what happens is that on writing days I reach out for my Kindle at 6am, or earlier, ask my husband to get up and make coffee (he is my rock) and begin writing.
I’ll write until mid-morning and then jump in the shower, get dressed and do the first of my four walks of the day. Each one takes forty-five minutes and unless it’s pouring with rain, in which case I do a little indoor exercise, that’s how I manage to write intensively.
It’s valuable thinking time, plus I tend to write from early right through until very late. Sometimes through the night and cat-napping the next day to catch up. I hate taking breaks, other than for meals and my walks. I also edit as I go, by constantly re-reading sections before moving on. This means that I might write ten thousand words in a day, so I’ll be way ahead of my target. It’s the way I run my entire life because I like to be well-organised so that I can cope with life’s little … or not so little ... interruptions!

6.     What do you like better, Twitter or Facebook? Why?
Both, equally but for different reasons. Facebook allows you to catch up with people and it’s more socialable. Twitter is quick and easy to use and you get little surprises, like a reader Tweeting how they are enjoying your book. It is always a shot in the arm, because writers work really hard and we live for positive feedback to keep us going!
While I’m under pressure, firmly set on hitting all my targets, unfortunately I have to ration my time on Facebook, as I could happily spend all day on there. But writing is my dream and it’s only the hard work that is going to keep the dream alive. Plus, of course, the wonderful readers who take time to buy and read my books, then post reviews – for which I’m eternally grateful!

7.     What are you working on now?
I have two books awaiting edits, but I’m currently writing a book set predominantly in the UK and Athens. I did the research when we flew out to Athens for a holiday in May this year. I’ve had to break off to do edits for one of the two books coming out next year (I hope to have news to share on that soon!) so feeling a little impatient to get back to it and see where the story will take me next.

8.     Tell us about your latest release and where we can find it

Some places stay with you forever…
When Ellie Maddison is sent on a business trip to Southern Italy, she's reminded why she loves her job – set amongst rolling vineyards and rich olive groves, the beautiful Villa Rosso is the perfect escape from her life back home. But what Ellie isn't prepared for is the instant connection she feels to the estate's director Max Johnson, or the secrets they share that are as intertwined as the rambling vines that cover Villa Rosso.

It's not long before Ellie finds herself entangled in the history of the place, trying to understand the undeniable effect Max is having on her. As their relationship grows, what will Ellie discover about this idyllic villa and those who have walked through its doors?

What started as a simple work trip will change Ellie's life forever.

‘I could almost feel the warm sunshine and breathe in the fragrant scents - 5stars’ says VFamilyFun.co.uk.




Thank you so much, Rachel – a virtual hug from me! xx


THE SECRETS OF VILLA ROSSO
 BY LINN B HALTON
Genre: Cosy mystery/romance
Release Date:21 July 2017
Publisher: Harper Impulse
The Secrets of Villa Rosso:
Escape to Italy for a summer romance to remember
When Ellie Maddison is sent on a business trip to Southern Italy, she's reminded why she loves her job – set amongst rolling vineyards and rich olive groves, the beautiful Villa Rosso is the perfect escape from her life back home. But what Ellie isn't prepared for is the instant connection she feels to the estate's director Max Johnson, or the secrets they share that are as intertwined as the rambling vines that cover Villa Rosso.

It's not long before Ellie finds herself entangled in the history of the place, trying to understand the undeniable effect Max is having on her. As their relationship grows, what will Ellie discover about this idyllic villa and those who have walked through its doors?

What started as a simple work trip will change Ellie's life forever.
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EXTRACT
It isn’t just the sunshine and the electric blue sky, but the musical calls of the countryside that reach out to me. A chorus of low-level sounds play like a soft melody in the background. It’s breathtakingly beautiful and I feel like I’m watching a re-run of a favourite film. I could stand here for a long time simply taking in the detail and with each sweep of my eyes noticing something new.
Spinning around I look back at the villa, taking in the rustic beauty of the stonework and the pale orange-red hue of the sun-bleached roof tiles. This is, quite simply, unreal. It’s a little piece of heaven and, so far removed from my daily life that it’s hard to believe this is on the same planet. The sheer scale of the landscape literally steals your breath away. I’m a mere speck, small and insignificant in the grand scheme nature is presenting to me. But rather bizarrely, it doesn’t feel alien in anyway at all. The vastness isn’t overwhelming, but strangely comforting.
I walk back to a cluster of wooden tables surrounding a small fountain and take a seat. As I dive into my bag to extract some sunglasses, I hear a polite cough and look up at the face staring down at me.
‘Mrs Maddison? I’m Max, Max Johnson. Welcome to Villa Rosso.’
I stand, automatically plastering a pleasant smile on my surprised face as recognition kicks in. I know this man, I mean, I’ve met him before. At least I think I have, but there’s nothing similar reflected back at me, only a warm smile. The sort of smile that radiates out from mysteriously deep, hazel eyes. We shake hands. He’s younger than I expected, probably in his early forties and tall. Six foot something that’s for sure, because I feel he’s towering over me.
‘I’m sorry to disturb you. I just wanted you to know that I’m here at your disposal whenever you are ready to begin. Would you like me to fetch you a coffee so you can sit for a while and enjoy the view?’
Although I knew he was British, his tan and elegant demeanour lend an air of cosmopolitan sophistication. I would not have been at all surprised if he had been Italian. He’s hovering politely and I still haven’t answered him…
ABOUT LINN B HALTON
Bristol-born Linn B Halton lives in the Forest of Dean, in the UK.
"I'm a hopeless romantic, self-confessed chocaholic, and lover of strong coffee. For me, life is about family, friends, writing ... and house renovation! Oh, and the occasional glass of White Grenache..."
An Amazon UK Top 100 best-selling author with A Cottage in the Country in November 2015, Under the Stars and A Little Sugar, A Lot of Love also became best-sellers in 2016 & 2017. Linn's novels have been short-listed in the UK's Festival of Romance and the eFestival of Words Book Awards. Linn won the 2013 UK Festival of Romance: Innovation in Romantic Fiction award.
Linn writes chick lit, women's contemporary fiction and psychic romance for Harper Impulse, Choc Lit and Endeavour Press.

Goodreads Author Page: http://ow.ly/mk3H30atV5h

COMPETITION (no purchase necessary)
A pamper kit (UK ONLY)

Saturday, 22 July 2017

Interview with...ME!!




  1. What do you wish men understood about women?

That we’re all about the emotion, baby! Obviously, I can’t speak for every woman, but for the majority of us, every decision we made or action we take, is grounded in emotion. Whether that’s because it’s for the benefit of someone we love, or we have a desire to better ourselves or we really care about what we’re doing. Men tend to make logical decisions, grounded in thought and as much as we love ‘em, they can’t always cheer us up by ‘fixing’ things their way!

  1. How long does it take you to write a 50,000-60,000 word manuscript?

My books usually come in at around 80,000-85,000 words – from plotting to completion, they take approximately five months. I take 3-4 weeks to plot a book, then try to write an average 2,000 words a day during the week with as much as possible over the weekend. Then a month to revise and polish. Of course, I have to deal with a gazillion school holidays in between so it’s always manic!

  1. Do you enjoy writing books, or is it a chore?

Writing is NEVER a chore to me – sure, it can be hard going sometimes…especially the dreaded ‘sagging middle’, but writing is what I’d rather be doing then anything else, ALWAYS. I’m obsessed!

  1. Do you have a favourite location or setting for your books?

I hadn’t before I start writing Finding Justice and the following books in the Templeton Cove series – it’s a dream come true that I’ve written eight books for Harlequin set in this fictional UK seaside town. With each book, the community grew and I can picture the town with more and more clarity. I can see the rows of houses, the stores and their proximity to the beach. It’s a real and buzzing place to me!

  1. Do you only work on one book at a time?

I wish! – I am usually writing one, editing another and promoting another. Plus, I always find as I start writing one book, I have another vying for my attention but I make myself hold off and concentrate on the one in hand. That doesn’t stop me from starting a new file and adding in bits of dialogue, or ideas for settings or a few lines of a new synopsis. When I come to write the next book, I usually have a good idea of an outline.

  1. Next project?

I have just finished the revisions for Templeton Cove book 8 (out Jan 2018) and then have the final draft of the first book in a brand new series to work on. After that, I will start work on the second book in a new Edwardian series – book 1 is currently under consideration with several publishers. Busy, busy, busy!

  1. How do you motivate yourself to write quickly? What do you do if you get stuck?

I have found a process that works well for me – character sketches, synopsis and chapter plan. Then once I dive into the writing I have a good idea what I will write for each chapter which really speeds things up. I also write the first draft without looking back which ups my output A LOT!

If I get stuck, it’s a case of writing through it – any messy spots can be cleaned up in the following drafts. It also helps that I have three gorgeous critique partners who look at each chapter as I write it. I’d be lost without their valuable feedback!

  1. Who is your favourite fictional couple?

I have a soft spot for J D Robb’s Eve Dallas and Roarke from the In Death series – I am only on book 13 of this (so far!) 36 book series, but I’m totally in love with them individually and as a couple. Great, great characters J

  1. What was the biggest obstacle you had to overcome to become an author?

Lack of self-confidence – for me, this is the biggest obstacle for anyone to overcome who wants to pursue one of the arts. Whether it be writing, painting, music, dance or acting, it takes a lot of self-confidence to put yourself out there for criticism when something is so personal. It’s one thing doing a job for someone else where you get to go home at the end of the day and switch off, it’s another when you’ve created something and then have to wait for public reaction. It’s like putting your baby on stage and saying, “Go on then, tell me what you think?”


You’ll either want to hug someone or punch their lights out, LOL!

Thursday, 20 July 2017

Introducing Where I Need To Be by Jamie Hollins *GIVEAWAY*



How can their relationship survive when it’s built on half-truths? 










WHERE I NEED TO BE

McKenna Series #3




Jamie Hollins


Releasing July 18, 2017




When heroin stole James Foley’s wife and destroyed his marriage, he poured all his energy
into raising his young son and running his auto garage. There’s no room in his
life for anything else until Megan McKenna walks into his shop. He finds it
impossible to resist the sexy school teacher.


After an ugly divorce, Megan lost her home, her job, and a big chunk of her
self-respect. With her posh lifestyle now a memory, she starts over by
indulging in an unexpected fling with a hard-bodied mechanic.



What begins as something casual turns into something meaningful. But how can their
relationship survive when it’s built on half-truths? 

James and Megan soon discover that being honest with themselves is just as important as
being honest with each other. Only then will their relationship fire on all
cylinders.



DON'T MISS ANY OF THE MCKENNA SERIES








Jamie Hollins was born and raised in rural Northeast Ohio. 
After graduate school, she embarked on a perilous career in Human
Resources where she met plenty of real life characters.  When she’s not writing or chasing after her toddler, she enjoys reading and golfing. 
Jamie lives in Pennsylvania with her husband, son, and their dog,
Winston.






Tuesday, 18 July 2017

Introducing Adjunct Lovers by Liz Crowe *GIVEAWAY*










A brew that brings two lovers full circle.





ADJUNCT LOVERS



A Brewing Passion Novella


Liz Crowe


Releasing July 18, 2017


Totally Bound



When Ross and Elisa open their new business in Detroit, they believe they’ve embarked on
a dream life, complete with their beloved, precocious daughter. But owning and
running a restaurant is not for the faint of heart, and Elle quickly becomes
laser-focused and obsessed, while Ross spends his days consulting, or
concocting new beers on his pilot system—and wondering why she won’t agree to
set a date for their wedding. When their restaurant—named “Komfort” for its
focus on the comfort foods of various cultures—is featured on a nationally
televised tour of hot new eateries, its popularity shoots into the
stratosphere, and Elle’s stress level reaches a breaking point.


Faced with a mutual inability to communicate beyond their robust sex life, Ross issues an
ill-considered ultimatum: the restaurant or him. Stunned when she refuses to
consider such a ridiculous demand, he’s forced to come to terms with his own
selfish tendencies. Hoping to repair the damage he’s done, he concocts a new
beer inspired by her, using a recipe for a classic German-style K├Âlch. He
crafts the final product using a special ingredient designed to catch Elle’s
attention. It does. But not necessarily the way he’d planned.


“Adjunct
Lovers” fills in the story begun in LIGHTSTRUCK, and provides a closer look at
Ross’s and Elle’s complex personalities as they make their sexy way toward
happily ever after—with the help of a very special brew.





Catch up on ALL the Brewing Passion Romances











Amazon best-selling author, mom of three, Realtor, beer blogger, brewery marketing
expert, and soccer fan, Liz Crowe is a Kentucky native and graduate of the
University of Louisville currently living in Ann Arbor. She has decades of
experience in sales and fund raising, plus an eight-year stint as a
three-continent, ex-pat trailing spouse.


Her early forays into the publishing world led to a groundbreaking fiction subgenre,
“Romance: Worth the Risk,” which has gained thousands of fans and followers
interested less in the “HEA” and more in the “WHA” (“What Happens After?”).



With stories set in the not-so-common worlds of breweries, on the soccer pitch, in
successful real estate offices and at times in exotic locales like Istanbul,
Turkey, her books are unique and told with a fresh voice. The Liz Crowe
backlist has something for any reader seeking complex storylines with humor and
complete casts of characters that will delight, frustrate and linger in the
imagination long after the book is finished.

Don’t ever ask her for anything “like a Budweiser” or risk bodily injury.








Saturday, 15 July 2017

Love's Debt...


Lost love is something we have all experienced at some time or another.

It may not have been a great love affair but at sometime we all feel that rejection or loss of knowing that someone whom we could have potentially loved has now gone. Maybe it was you who ended the relationship because you could see no future, or the involvement with that person would have been detrimental to someone else you love or even to yourself.

The idea for my Victorian novella, “Love’s Debt”, came to me while my husband and I were walking the Bristol docks in South West England. They are famous for being one of the biggest areas of British industry during the 18th & 19th centuries. It was the setting and an image of the hero and heroine arguing at the quayside.

Once I saw that, I knew it was just a case of figuring out the who, why, what and when.

I knew the heroine’s heart was on the line, she was frustrated and afraid. I knew she was fearful of losing this man who’d come into her life unexpectedly.

Every story starts with something like that for me, either a setting or a flash of dialogue. Writing isn’t easy but it’s SO worth it – more than that, I couldn’t stop now even if I wanted to. It’s a compulsion. A need.

Once I started writing “Love’s Debt” the story flowed fairly easily because I tapped into my own feelings of lost love and what I would do if that person suddenly walked away, couldn’t hear me…couldn’t see me.

As writers we need to delve deep and really remember the emotions we have felt in the past and present in order to make our characters real and even better, memorable. So when Milly fears she may lose whatever it is she has started with Joseph, I filled every part of me with the same hurt, desire and love I might feel if I was thrown into the same position. Especially because, in Milly’s case, Joseph hasn’t betrayed her, physically hurt her or even lied to her – he just thinks he’s doing what is best for her.

You can be angry when someone walks away without as much as a goodbye, but what if their reason is something they genuinely feel. Then what do you do??

Here’s the blurb & buy links:

To keep herself from the depths of poverty, Milly Shepherd needs to be appointed manager of the Red Lion Tavern.  The elderly owner is in failing health and has promised her the job permanently if no one more suitable applies.  Milly will fight with her entire being to make the job her own.

Joseph Jacobs needs to supplement his income to pay off his father’s creditors and save him from debtor’s prison.  Though the job as manager of the local tavern looks promising, Milly is favored by both the owner and customers.  Instead, Joseph swallows his pride and agrees to tend bar.

As they work together, their attraction grows, their goals cross, and both Millie and Joseph find they must face their fears …the question is whether they face them alone or together?

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Thursday, 13 July 2017

Interview with contemporary romance author, Camilla Isley!



     What did you want to be when you grew up?
When I was little I wanted to be a teacher. I used to assemble all my teddy bears in circle and teach them (I can’t honestly remember what). I also used to keep notebooks with grades, yeah for the teddies, and stage tests.
2.)   Coffee, tea or hot chocolate?
Coffee… Caramel Macchiato to be precise, it wins over hot chocolate big time for me. And I hate tea, always have.
3.)   What genre do you typically read? Why?
I have some favorites. Romantic Comedy, the same genre I write. I love Historical Fiction, especially middle ages. Always had a weak spot for castles, knights, and dames. Fantasy is another favorite, and maybe the widest genre as it spaces from Harry Potter to Game of Thrones and Throne of Glass to a number of other series more or less sci-fi. And I enjoy classics, Dumas, Austen, Twain, Stocker…
4.)   Share a favourite childhood memory.
The day my mom let me adopt my first kitten. He was a tiny little strip of black and white fur, so I called him Strip. Lately, as he grew up and got very fat, his name evolved to Roll. I loved that cat so much. He slept in my bed every night and was the best of friends.
5.) Do you have any shameless addictions? ie. Tea, Books, Shoes, Clothes?
Cat pictures/videos/stories on the internet/social media, I can get lost in those for hours. Also books. But having an eReader makes it easier to pretend I’m not a bookworm, you know, less shelf space… I can’t really see how many books I own.
6.) What do you think is the biggest challenge of writing a new book?
For me is the middle part. I usually start typing away the scenes I clearly imagined in my head and when those run out the real struggle begins… Then somehow when I pass that middle hump point the rest flows nicely.
7.) Do you aim for a set amount of words/pages a day?
No. I’m a moody writer. I can only write when I feel like it, so I have good writing days and horrible writing days. But I never give myself a target, I let the story and ideas free to flow (or not).
8.) What are your thoughts on writing a book series?
Well, I’ve started two recently so I have a lot to say about this topic. When writing series with a romance theme, I like to shift the focus on different couples for each book. I’d find it hard to write an entire series about the same couple. My books usually end with a happily ever after and in order to write another book about the same couple I’d sort of have to ruin that. Anyway, in my two series I use two slightly different approaches to keep the romance new and exciting.

For my romantic comedy series, First Comes Love, each book in the series can be read as a standalone, but each of the main characters has been introduced in a previous book. This way we get snippets of what’s happening to previous-books characters, but the protagonists and story are brand new. My new adult series, Just Friends, is more interconnected and books should be read in order. But still the focus on the main couple/s shifts, and since the characters are much younger they have more flexibility to change relationships and have the romance evolve in different directions.

Twenty-nine-year-old Blair Walker is a girl with a plan, or more a girl with a list. A list of dos and don’ts to live the perfect life, land a dream career, and marry Mr. Right.

When Blair loses her job and gets dumped by her boyfriend all in one day, she starts to wonder if she’s had it all wrong. And what better way to find out than experience everything the list forbade?

With hilarious consequences, Blair will discover some items are trickier to tick off than she’d thought…
A laugh out loud romantic comedy perfect for fans of Lindsey Kelk, Sophie Kinsella, and Mhairi McFarlane. First Comes Love is a series of interconnected romantic novels. However, each book in the series can be read as a standalone novel.

Buy the Books


Camilla is an engineer turned writer after she quit her job to follow her husband in an adventure abroad.
She’s a cat lover, coffee addict, and shoe hoarder. Besides writing, she loves reading—duh!—cooking, watching bad TV, and going to the movies—popcorn, please. She’s a bit of a foodie, nothing too serious. A keen traveler, Camilla knows mosquitoes play a role in the ecosystem, and she doesn’t want to starve all those frog princes out there, but she could really live without them.

About Camilla Links –
Website - https://camillaisley.com/
Twitter: @camillaisley - https://twitter.com/camillaisley
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/camillaisley
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/camillaisley/


Tour Links -

July 13th

Rachel Brimble Romance - Author Q&A - http://rachelbrimble.blogspot.co.uk/A Beautiful Book Blog - Book Review - http://www.abeautifulbookblog.com/Writing Pearls - Book Review - http://writingpearls.com/With Love For Books - Book Review - http://www.withloveforbooks.com/For the Love of Chick Lit - Book Review - http://lovechicklit.com/

July 14th

Kristin's Novel Cafe - Book Excerpt - https://knovelcafe.wordpress.com/JenaBooks - Book Review - http://www.jenabooks.com/He Said Books or Me - Author Guest Post - http://hesaidbooksorme.blogspot.com/Judging More than Just the Cover - Author Q&A - http://judgingmorethanjustthecover.blogspot.com/

July 15th

I Heart Fictional People - Book Review - http://iheartfictionalpeople.net/Chrissi Reads - Book Review - https://chrissireads.wordpress.com/Books and Photographs - Book Review - https://arelireads.wordpress.com/Rebecca Book Review - Book Excerpt - https://rebeccabookreview.wordpress.com/Monique McDonell-Author  - Book Excerpt - http://www.moniquemcdonellauthor.com/

July 16th

One Book At A Time - Spotlight Post - http://booksandwinearelovely.blogspot.com/CosyCuteKnits - Book Review - https://cosycuteknits.blogspot.co.uk/The Writing Garnet - Book Review - https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com/

July 17th

The Belgian Reviewer - Book Excerpt - https://thebelgianreviewer.wordpress.com/Girl vs Books - Book Review - http://girlvsbooks.com/kraftireader - Book Review - https://kraftireader.wordpress.com/
July 18th
Reading Is My SuperPower - Book Review - http://readingismysuperpower.org/THE CHLOE DOUGLAS BLOG - Book Review - https://chloedouglasblog.wordpress.co

July 19th

Simona's Corner of Dreams - Author Guest Post - http://simonascornerofdreams.blogspot.com/Bookish - Book Review - http://evie-bookish.blogspot.com/

July 20th

TheBlossomTwins - Book Review - http://www.theblossomtwins.com/Grass Monster - Book Review - https://twitter.com/Lost815_OceanicChick Lit Central - Author Q&A - http://www.chicklitcentral.com/Living Life with Joy - Author Guest Post - https://livinglifewithjoy.com/

July 21st

ItaPixie's Book Corner - Book Review - https://www.facebook.com/itapixiesbookcorner/Rae Reads - Book Review - http://raereads1.blogspot.co.uk/Novelgossip  - Book Review - https://novelgossip.com/Whispering Stories - Book Review - http://whisperingstories.com/Ali - The Dragon Slayer - Book Review - http://cancersuckscouk.ipage.com/A Daydreamer's Thoughts - Book Review - http://daydreamersthoughts.co.uk/Steamy Book Momma - Book Excerpt - http://steamybookmomma0.blogspot.com/

July 22nd

BookLoverWorm - Book Review - https://bookloverwormblog.wordpress.com/Pretty Little Book Reviews - Book Review - http://www.prettylittlebookreviews.com/Book Lover in Florida - Book Excerpt - https://bookloverfl12.wordpress.com/