Mini Blog Blitz #GuestPost ~ The Lost Laird from Her Past by Jeanine Englert #HistoricalRomance @JeanineWrites @rararesources

Welcome to my stop on the mini blog blitz for The Lost Laird from Her Past by Jeanine Englert, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources. 

The Lost Laird From Her Past

Today I have a guest post from Jeanine to share…

Thank you, BetweenTheLines, for hosting me today for a guest post on your blog! I’m so excited to be here to celebrate the release of my latest Harlequin Historical/ Mills & Boon book, The Lost Laird from Her Past, which is book two in the Falling for a Stewart series.

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#GuestPost from Laura Briggs #Author of A little Hotel in Cornwall @PaperDollWrites #Giveaway #Romance @rararesources

I’m delighted to join the 1 Day Blog Blitz for A little Hotel in Cornwall, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources, with a guest post from the author, Laura Briggs.

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Over to Laura and her Top Reasons to Binge Read A Little Hotel in Cornwall

Thank you to Cathy for letting me share with her lovely readers about the books in my series A LITTLE HOTEL IN CORNWALL. I’m pretty excited to share that all eight of its novellas are finally available in one handy digital volume. Because, if you’re like me, you probably like to binge your entertainment now and then, and it’s just easier to have a book bundle on hand for those moments, right? And with the series anthology freshly debuted, I thought it might be fitting to share the reasons why readers agree Maisie’s Cornish adventures are definitely best read back to back to….well, you get the idea!

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#1Day Blog Blitz ~ The Dating Game by @Susan_Buchanan #Extract + #Giveaway @rararesources

I’m happy to share an extract for the 1 Day Blog Blitz, organised by Rachel’s Random Resources

The Dating Game

Gill is looking forward to her date with the cute Irishman

Gill sat down as Sean went to the bar. She loved his accent. Irish accents always did it for her, but Sean’s was particularly hitting the spot. He did look quite young. She knew he was only thirty-five, two years younger than her, but he barely seemed thirty. His photo hadn’t done him justice at all. And he scrubbed up well, too; gone was the unkempt look from his photo. So, he had made an effort. Good. When he returned, he leant across her slightly to place her drink down and she breathed in the smell of his aftershave – not too noticeably she hoped. It wouldn’t do for it to seem as if she were trying to drink him in. He scored a comfortable eight for presentation.

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#GuestPost from @angelabritnell, author of A Cornish Summer at Pear Tree Farm ~ 1 DayBlogBlitz organised by @rararesources #Romance

Today I have a guest post from Angela Britnell as part of the 1Day Blog Blitz for A Cornish Summer at Pear Tree Farm, organised by Rachel’s Random Resources. 

Nessa launched into the usual spiel she gave new arrivals as they walked along and rattled off the history of the farm with its Vivian family connections going back to the seventeenth century. ‘Were you thinking of a tent or caravan?’

‘I haven’t camped since I was a Boy Scout so I reckon a caravan will suit me better.’

I’ve started with this quote which shows my main characters, Nessa and Ward, talking shortly after they meet. I must admit it amuses me that camping in various forms is at the heart of my new trans-Atlantic romance ‘A Cornish Summer at Pear Tree Farm’ because I’m so not a camping person! When my ex-country music star hero Ward arrives in Cornwall from Tennessee he only comes to visit the land from where his distant ancestors emigrated centuries ago. The last thing he intends to do is buy a rambling old house and decide to set up a fancy bed & breakfast and glamping business but somehow that’s exactly what happens. Nessa’s small, somewhat old-fashioned campsite is situated down the road from Tregereth so he books into one of her caravans while he starts work on his new property. 

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Mini Blog Blitz #GuestPost by @HanaSoChic ~ Doubt, the Writer’s Menace #Romance #Giveaway @rararesources

I’m delighted to welcome Hana Sheik with a guest post for the Mini Blog Blitz, organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.

Over to you, Hana…

Doubt, the Writer’s Menace

Today I wanted to share a quick story about how I got my debut Harlequin Romance/Mills & Boon True Love, Second Chance to Wear His Ring published from first chapter to full manuscript and several revisions. I’m going to take you on the emotional rollercoaster ride I’d been on, so strap in and enjoy.

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#MiniBlogBlitz for Mum’s The Word by Lorraine Turnbull @LorraineAuthor #Murder #DarkHumour @rararesources

Welcome to the 5 day Mini Blog Blitz for Mum’s The Word by Lorraine Turnbull, organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.

Mums The Word

Lorraine says…

Mum’s the Word starts with a murder, but although the tense and tantalising question from the beginning has to be ‘Does she get away with it?’, the novel is peppered with everyday life and some good old fashioned Scottish humour. I didn’t want to put readers off with descriptions of blood and gore or gratuitous violence; life is tough enough at the best of times, so many hours of reading, rereading and rewriting took place to achieve the right sort of balance. Yes, it’s a book for women – only women can truly understand the hollowness of an empty marriage, of working in what is primarily a man’s world and facing their golden years knowing the best is behind them.  But I hope the story is also uplifting and holds the hope that no matter what age we are, we can all hope for a ‘happy ever after’.  

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#GuestPost + #Giveaway by Patrick Haylock @Patthequipper #Humour @rararesources

I’m pleased to be able to share a guest post from Patrick Haylock, part of the mini blog blitz organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.

Over to Patrick

At the end of last year Jupiter and Saturn came closer to each other than they had been for almost 800 years. It was an event that set the world astrological community abuzz with the possible consequences of such an alignment and its potential impact on global leaders and events.

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#MiniBlogBlitz #Extract ~ Into The Void by Christina O’Reilly #CrimeFiction @rararesources

Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Into The Void, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.

I have an extract for you today, but first let’s see what the book is about.

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#Interview with @KJMcGillickAuth #author of Spider Hunting #CrimeFiction @rararesources #TuesdayBookBlog

For my stop on the mini blog blitz for Spider Hunting, organised by Rachel’s Random Resources, I’m delighted to share an interview with the author, K.J. McGillick 

Can you, for those who don’t know you already, tell us something about yourself and how you became an author? 

I am now on my third life career. Upon graduation from the University of Miami, I entered the field of nursing where I practiced in a hospital setting and eventually taught nursing to college students. 

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#BlogBlitz #Extract ~ Diary of a Prison Officer by @JosieChanner ~ ‘friendship, finding love and fighting discrimination’ @rararesources

Welcome to my stop on the mini blog blitz for Diary of a Prison Officer, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.

I have an extract to share, but first of all let’s see what the book is about.

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