Category Archives: fiction

The Intangibles by Monte Dutton & Giveaway

Categories: book tour, fiction, giveaway, Monte Dutton, spotlight, Worldwind Virtual book tours
The Intangibles By Monte Dutton Editions: paperback Published: October 26th 2013 by Neverland Publishing Genre: Fiction It’s 1968. The winds of change are descending on Fairmont and engulfing the small South Carolina town in a tornadic frenzy. The public schools are finally being completely integrated. Mossy Springs High School is closing and its black students are now attending formerly all-white Fairmont High; the town is rife with racial tension. Several black youths have been arrested for tossing firebombs at a handful of stores. Read more [...]

The Whole Golden World by Kristina Riggle and Q&A with author

Categories: adult, contemporary, drama, fiction, fluttering thoughts, interview, Kristina Riggle, RBR
The Whole Golden World By Kristina Riggle Editions: ebook, hardcover, paperback Published: November 5th 2013 by William Morrow Paperbacks Genre: Adult Contemporary / Drama Source: review copy In a Flutter: Dramatic and engaging! To the outside Diana and Joe have a perfect family-three lovely children, a beautiful home, and a café that's finally taking off. But their world is rocked when it's discovered that their oldest daughter, 17-year-old Morgan is having an affair with her married teacher, TJ Hill. Their town rocks with the Read more [...]

The Rockin’ Chair by Steven Manchester + Excerpt

Categories: adult, excerpt, fiction, spotlight, Steven Manchester
The Rockin' ChairBy Steven Manchester Editions: ebook, paperbackExpected publication: June 18th 2013 by The Story PlantGenre: Adult FictionMemories are the ultimate contradiction. They can warm us on our coldest days – or they can freeze a loved one out of our lives forever. The McCarthy family has a trove of warm memories. Of innocent first kisses. Of sumptuous family meals. Of wondrous lessons learned at the foot of a rocking chair. But they also have had their share of icy ones. Of words that can never be unsaid. Of choices that can never be Read more [...]

Spotlight: Muskie Attack: An Up North Adventure by G.M. Moore

Categories: book tour, contemporary, fiction, G.M. Moore, mg, spotlight, Up North Adventures series, Worldwide Virtual book tours, ya
Muskie Attack: An Up North Adventure (Up North Adventures #1)By G.M. MooreEditions: ebook, paperbackPublished: March 22nd 2012 by CreateSpace (first published December 22nd 2008)Genre: MG/YA Contemporary / FictionFor Corbett Griffith III, divorce and two busy parents mean goodbye city life, hello great outdoors. With their busy Chicago careers and schedules, his parents just don't seem to have any time for him. When his mother sends him to his uncle's Wisconsin fishing resort for the summer, Corbett feels that there's no one pulling for him or Read more [...]

Guest Post: Mikhail’s Mix Tape for Gaby + Excerpt: Benevolent by Devon Trevarrow Flaherty

Categories: contemporary, Devon Trevarrow Flaherty, excerpt, fiction, guest post, new adult, playlist, spotlight
BenevolentBy Devon Trevarrow Flaherty Editions: ebook, paperbackPublished: February 13th 2013 by Owl and Zebra PressGenre: New Adult Contemporary / FictionGaby LeFevre is a suburban, Midwestern firecracker, growing up in the 80s and 90s and saving the world one homeless person, centenarian, and orphan at a time. With her crew of twin sister, Annie, smitten Mikhail, and frenemy Mel, she’s a pamphlet-wielding humanitarian, tackling a broken world full of heroes and heroines, villains and magical seeds, and Northwyth stories. Beginning with a roadkill-burying Read more [...]

Spotlight: Princess April Morning-Glory by Letitia Fairbanks + Kindle Fire HD Giveaway

Categories: book tour, children's, fiction, giveaway, Letitia Fairbanks, pump up your book, spotlight
Princess April Morning-GloryBy Letitia FairbanksEditions: paperbackPublished: February 2, 2013Genre: Children's Fiction At long last, Princess April Morning-Glory emerges as a lost treasure from the golden age of Hollywood.Written and illustrated in 1941 by Letitia Fairbanks, the niece of silent film stars Douglas Fairbanks Sr. and Mary Pickford, the seemingly traditional children’s book is transformed into a modern-day fairy tale that will captivate child and adult readers alike.Letitia was inspired to create portraiture for the characters of Read more [...]