Category Archives: book tour

Review: Murder on the Down Low by Pamela Samuels-Young

Categories: 3 butterflies, book tour, courtroom, mystery, Pamela Samuels Young, pump up your book, RBR, review, suspense, thriller
   Murder on the Down LowPamela Samuels-Young; Ebook, 406 pagesPublished September 1st 2008 by Goldman House PublishingSource: review copy from the authorA high-profile lawsuit erupts into chaos, revealing its place in a larger spree of violence in this scandalous tale of lust, lies, and vengeance. A brazen gunman is targeting prominent African American men on the streets of Los Angeles, and police are completely baffled. At the same time, savvy big-firm attorney Vernetta Henderson and her outrageous sidekick, Special, lead the charge for revenge Read more [...]

Review: Desperate Betrayal by Hildie McQueen

Categories: 4 butterflies, bewitching book tours, book tour, Hildie McQueen, paranormal, RBR, review, romance
    Desperate BetrayalHildie McQueen; Review copy;Published September 7th 2011 by Crescent Moon PressCynden Frasier (Cyn) is a member of a group of immortal warriors, the Protectors, assigned to protect humans in Atlanta, Georgia, the epicenter of a major uprising in demon activity. When Cyn is approached by a beautiful woman in a dirty alley, he is intrigued by the fact that she can see him for what he is, a terrifying demon slayer, and still dares to approach him.Emma Blake, a half-demon, has to convince Cyn to help rescue her sister from powerful Read more [...]

Q&A with Hildie McQueen aka me fangirling over secondary characters

Categories: bewitching book tours, book tour, interview
About the Author: Hildie McQueen is a whirlwind who refuses to wear anything but jeans and heels. She grew up on the San Diego/Mexico border, joined the military at seventeen and never returned. After living in Germany, Texas and Hawaii, she finally settled in the beautiful southern town of Augusta, Georgia. Biracial, half Mexican and half African-American, Hildie’s native language is Spanish, but English is her favorite way of communicating now. Her mission in life is to make as many people as possible to feel normal. It’s an easy thing Read more [...]

K.A. Tucker ~ Guest post: Actor Pick – Sofie

Categories: book tour, guest post, K.A. Tucker
Hey guys!! I'm very happy to tell you today I'm a host for the awesome K.A. Tucker's Asylum Blog Tour, it's  book #2 of the Casual Enchantment Series, and I've already read book #1 and reviewed it here [5 butterflies read, one of my favs of 2011 btw], take a peek if you didn't look it over yet.K.A. Tucker and myself will choose our pick for Sofie's actress, but we'd love it if you guys would help us make our decisions, who'd you vote for from our picks? Let us know in the comments!Here's K.A. Tucker for you guys:CASTING CALL – Sofie GirardThank Read more [...]

Review: Delayed Flight by John J. Smith

Categories: 3 butterflies, book tour, contemporary, John J. Smith, RBR, review, romance
    Delayed FlightJohn J. Smith; Kindle Edition, 300 pagesPublished December 21st 2009 by DRP (first published 2009)Veronica, a widower from an abusive marriage, is all set to have a wonderful visit with her daughter, Jeri. It had been a year since Jeri moved away to college and Veronica cannot think of anywhere else she would rather be, but to spend a quiet and peaceful Christmas with Jeri.Jared had thought his day had gone bad enough when his proposal to hire his consultants were put on hold, but then he is stranded in a blizzard when he discovers Read more [...]

Guest Post: Writing to Impress Women is Stupid and Other Things I’ve Learned by Jonathan Cook

Categories: book tour, guest post, Jonathan Cook
Hey guys! As I'm sure you already know, Jonathan Cook is the author of Youth and Other Fictions, of which you read my review yesterday. I'm very happy to tell you this is the first ever guest post on my blog, and I feel it's a fabulous way to start.So without further ado, feast your eyes on...     "Writing to Impress Women is Stupid and Other Things I’ve Learned"“Writing to impress women is stupid.”This appears in one of my notebooks in large block letters, underlined and circled repeatedly. I recall writing it one night after sending out Read more [...]