Blog Tour (Book Spotlight): Captain Clive’s Dreamworld – Jon Bassoff

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Today I am delighted to be kicking off the blog tour for ‘Captain Clive’s Dreamworld’ by Jon Bassoff, organised by Damppebbles Blog Tours with a spotlight post. I hope that you will check out the other blogs on the tour (see the banner below) as well as the book and author.

Book Summary:

After becoming the suspect in the death of a young woman, Deputy Sam Hardy is reassigned to the town of Angels and Hope, which, within its borders, holds the once magnificent amusement park, Captain Clive’s Dreamworld. When he arrives, however, Hardy notices some strange happenings. The park is essentially empty of customers. None of the townsfolk ever seem to sleep. And girls seem to be going missing with no plausible explanation. As Hardy begins investigating, his own past is drawn into question by the town, and he finds himself becoming more and more isolated. The truth—about the town and himself—will lead him to understand that there’s no such thing as a clean escape.

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Blog Tour (Book Spotlight): How LJ and Rom Saved Heavy Metal – S.D. Mckinley

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Today is my stop on the blog tour for ‘How LJ and Rom Saved Heavy Metal’ by S.D. McKinley organised by Storytellers on Tour, and I’m delighted to share an extract with you. I hope that you will check out the book and the author, and enjoy the rest of the tour with the schedule in the banner below or (HERE). There is also an opportunity – open internationally – to win a copy of this fantastic book for yourself!

Book Summary:

Ride along with LJ and Rom as they travel the US to stop the death of their friend Dom, a legendary heavy metal guitarist. What unravels before their eyes is a trippy conspiracy against them and technological warfare on the dreams of not only Dom, but humankind alike. Action packed with fast cars, guns, monsters, magic and an ending like no other.

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“This book is a whimsical ride, easy read and a thrilling piece of literature.”

“I especially enjoyed the authors sense of humor.”

“You’ll love the pop cultural references and dialog.”

“In most logical circumstances everything in this story shouldn’t work, but it does and the style of writing just flows and works flawlessly in what is one of the most original books I have ever come across. It’s clear that the imagination of S.D. McKinley is one of a gifted story teller with an original voice.”

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Book Blitz (Spotlight): A Sea of Pearls & Leaves – Rosalyn Briar

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Today I am delighted to be part of the Storytellers on Tour Bookl Blitz for ‘A Sea of Peals & Leaves’ by Rosalyn Briar. I will be reviewing the book later this week, as unfortunately I have been unwell the last few days and I am a little behind and I want to do the book justice rather than cobbling together a hasty review. So here is a spotlight and a chance (US only) to win yourself a copy of this beautiful book (just look at that cover!).

Book Summary:

Princess Ingrid of Norella Isle does not want to get married. So, her priestess girlfriend, Lilura, devises a wicked plot to deter suitors with a nearly impossible marriage contract: should Ingrid die first, her husband must be buried at sea beside her.

The plan backfires when all seven suitors agree, and the king announces a competition for Ingrid’s hand. Ingrid must keep her head above water as she deals with the suitors, a jealous girlfriend, and the news of two murdered priestesses.

As the suitors are eliminated, one man stands out: the quirky and anxious Prince Soren who charms both Ingrid and Lilura.

When Lilura goes missing, Ingrid and Soren must piece together who has murdered the priestesses and why before it’s too late.

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Blog Tour (Book Spotlight) – Steel & Stone (The War of the North Saga #1) – Kate Haley

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Today is my stop on the blog tour for ‘Steel & Stone’ by Kate Haley organised by Storytellers on Tour, and I’m delighted to share an extract from this YA Epic Fantasy. I hope that you will check out the book and the author, and enjoy the rest of the tour with the schedule in the banner below or (HERE).

Disclaimer: ‘I was given a copy this book in exchange for an honest review.’

Book Summary:

Ten years. Thousands dead. No memories.

The amnesia was supposed to be a good thing. Other soldiers bask in its freedom. Except for Elvac it doesn’t feel right. When he returns from his first year at war he can’t shake the niggling sensation that something is missing. His life has been turned upside down, yet he can’t remember being gone. The only proof of his time away are the scars, and the haunting dreams of fire.

With the help of his friends, Elvac begins to regain his lost memories, and with them uncover the truth of his missing year, and what the Church of Sunne is really doing with their War of the North…

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Book Spotlight: The Running Lie by Jennifer Young

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Today I am delighted to host a book spotlight for ‘The Running Lie’ by Jennifer Young, as part of the tour organised by Damppebbles Blog Tours. So please check out the synopsis and author below, and see if we can tempt you.

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Book Summary:

In Cold Crash, when Archaeologist Max Falkland, the Anglo-American daughter of a British peer, meets American John Knox in London in April 1952, her already troubled life takes on mystery. As the Cold War thriller progresses, Max finds herself in increasing danger, but three weeks after the events of Cold Crash, the point at which The Running Lie begins, Max has found an archaeological dig in London and John Knox has entered her life. But even now, can he be trusted? Max encounters both skulls and sexism on the dig site at the bombed out shell of St. Bride’s Church in London. A family request sends her to the Berlin International Film Festival, away from the dig and her growing relationship with John Knox. But after she sees John in Berlin with another woman, Max forces him to confess he is an American spy. When his current case collides with her family life, Max has to find a way to navigate layers of lies. As fireworks explode for the Fourth of July party, Max must make a dangerous choice if she wants to save both John and her family. The Running Lie is a page-turning Cold War spy thriller that reboots old school cloak and dagger Max Falkland is the James Bond of the 21st Century.

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Book Spotlight: ‘Operation Large Scotch’ by Bill Flockhart

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Today I am delighted to host a book spotlight for ‘Operation Large Scotch’ by Bill Flockhart as part of the #operationlargescotch and #damppebblesblogtours Book tour. So please check out the synopsis and author below, and see if we can tempt you.

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