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Bloggers Wanted for GLass Slippers Sisters Tour and Giveaway

The Glass Slipper Sisters, a group of 15 authors of Cinderella-themed romance novels, will be hosting a huge princess giveaway starting at the stroke of midnight New Year's Eve and lasting till…Continue

Started by Stacy Juba Oct 13.

Reviewers Wanted for Cinderella Chick Lit Novel

I am seeking reviewers to participate in my December 7, 2015 blog tour for my chick lit novel Fooling Around With Cinderella.What happens when the glass slippers pinch Cinderella’s toes? When Jaine…Continue

Started by Stacy Juba Oct 13.

Read for Free!

Interested to read books for free and write reviews for them? We're inviting you to Reading Alley ( Reading Alley is a site…Continue

Started by Carole Oct 7.

Author submissions now open for our Christmas Advent Calendar 2015

Author submissions now open for our Christmas Advent Calendar 2015Full of book gifts for Christmas this year again xxCheck out this year's advent here.....…Continue

Started by Beck Valley Books Blog Sep 16.

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Comment by E.J. Stevens on November 10, 2015 at 9:08am

Burning Bright Audiobook Release Party Giveaway

We are giving away a signed BURNING BRIGHT postcard, BURNING BRIGHT audiobook download from, and custom E.J. Stevens earbuds!

Visit From the Shadows 11/10-11/24 to enter. This giveaway is open to mailing addresses in the US/CA/UK. Giveaway ends November 24, 2015.

Comment by Olivia Roach on November 10, 2015 at 2:01am
As part of the book tour I read and reviewed a steampunk novel called Jacqueline Garlick. Just look at that gorgeous cover!

Comment by Beck Valley Books Blog on November 9, 2015 at 4:16pm

NEW Murder & romance in 1920's Manhattan in Goodbye Tootsie by Delynn Royer 'The setting is awesome–just turn on some jazz and you’ll be transported back to the Roaring Twenties.' reviews Newbery and Beyond ........

"Regular readers of this blog will know that I am a huge fan of both mysteries and historical fiction, so Goodbye Tootsie sounded like the perfect book for me. Set in the opulent 1920s, tabloid reporter Trixie and her romantic interest, police detective Sean Costigan, both set their sights on unraveling the mysterious death of a young heiress. As they continue their investigations, the pair uncovers family secrets and dark pasts that may relate to the heiress’s death.

I really enjoyed reading this book. The setting is awesome–just turn on some jazz and you’ll be transported back to the Roaring Twenties. Trixie was very enjoyable as a character, and I found myself wanting to know more about her. (I found out later that this is the second book in the series, and you can in fact learn more about Trixie’s background in the first book–details below!) I didn’t enjoy Sean’s character as much, though, since he often seemed to belittle Trixie’s chosen career and even her family background. Still, I enjoyed the two as a couple; just be forewarned about a couple of mildly explicit romance/sex scenes, if you’re not into that sort of thing.

The mystery itself is also interesting and enjoyable. It’s full of juicy secrets and lots of suspects–including one suspect whom Trixie is closer to than Sean expected. But all of that pales in comparison (at least for me) to the setting. Late nights filled with dancing and drinking, grand mansions, gorgeous dresses and jewelry… This book lets you slip into another time and immerse yourself in that world."

Rating: Pretty Darn Good

Read more on the #book and author here....

Comment by Linda Weaver Clarke on November 9, 2015 at 10:24am

Book Giveaway and Interview with Comedy/Romance Author Brooke Williams


Book Giveaway Nov 9 - 17: You have a chance to win a Comedy/Romance, Dandelions on the Road. To enter the contest, make a comment about the interview. Ebook: International.


“Dandelions on the Road is book 2 in this series and is such a cute take on a Bachelorette Reality Show. This time Eva, from book one, is going to date twelve men and find out which one is meant for her. She is a very sweet personality and does not want to hurt anyone during this show. That is why the decision of choosing one man is so difficult. Also, she has learned to love different things about each bachelor for one reason or another. This to me was very interesting and I began to wonder if it would be hard to choose the right man if I were in her shoes.

“Brian, the show’s host, has gotten to know Eva quite well, because he worked with her several months before the Bachelorette Show and now during the show. He soon finds himself in a dilemma, because he is the host of the show and falling in love with the Bachelorette. What is he to do at this point? This is a fun read!”

–Review by Author Linda Weaver Clarke



Comment by Ottilie Weber on November 7, 2015 at 12:42pm

Children are taught to fear what may lurk in the dark.

Footsteps in the Alley (Mistakes #3) was released yesterday. Check out the details of the series including future parts and a free story now.

Comment by Mk - on November 6, 2015 at 11:52am

2 People will Win The Promise of Home by Darcie Chan

Darcie Chan's heartwarming Mill River series novels are perfect for this time of year, and they read quite well as stand-alone books. We're giving away 2 copies of The Promise of Home, so be sure to enter our giveaway at This review article also includes a review of The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend by Katarina Bivald.

Comment by E.J. Stevens on November 5, 2015 at 11:00am

Book Giveaway: The Left-Hand Way by Tom Doyle

Win a hardcover copy of THE LEFT-HAND WAY (American Craftsmen Urban Fantasy Series) by Tom Doyle!

Visit From the Shadows 11/5-11/20 to enter. Giveaway open to US and Canada. Giveaway ends November 20, 2015 midnight EST.

Comment by Olivia Roach on November 5, 2015 at 1:25am
My latest book review is of Dangerous Lies by Becca Fitzpatrick! I have been waiting to try a book by this author, so I am glad I finally did :D
Comment by Mk - on November 4, 2015 at 12:57pm

Book Giveaways: Goodbye Stranger by Rebecca Staid & Fishbowl by Bradley Stomer

Find out if you should read Goodbye Stranger or Fishbowl, both by award-winning authors - and enter to win them at

Comment by BookGirlR on November 3, 2015 at 6:11pm
BookGirlR has added Three by Jay Posey to her list of favorites.  Read the review at BookGirl's BookNook Blog to find out why.


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