#ThrowbackThursday ~ The Martian by Andy Weir #Audiobook #SciFi @andyweirauthor

Renee at It’s Book Talk began this meme as a way to share old favourites, as well as books that have been waiting on the ‘to be read’ pile for however long, and are finally getting an airing.

This week I’m going with The Martian in audiobook format. It was released on Audible in March 2014 and RC Bray delivered a fantastic performance. Well worth a listen. I watched the film as well, which stuck to the original story from what I can remember, but I still preferred the audiobook.

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#GuestPost & #Extract from Unfinished Business by @SCCunningham8 #Thriller @rararesources #TuesdayBookBlog

I’m delighted to be able to share a guest post from S C Cunningham, and an extract from Unfinished Business. Before we get to that though, here’s the book info.

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#GuestPost from Rosa Fedele #author of The Legacy of Beauregarde #Suspense in Sidney @rosafedeleart

I’m delighted to welcome Rosa Fedele, Australian author and artist, with a guest post and details of her new illustrated suspense novel The Legacy of Beauregarde, released tomorrow! 

You could lose someone down there, couldn’t you? Anyone could get buried under the concrete slab, and no one would even know!’

The Beauregarde women have lived in the shadow of The Seminary for four generations. And there is nothing conventional about Marcela, or her family.

When the decadent and obsessive Gordana acquires the iconic Sydney property and invites a television crew to film the building’s transformation into a magnificent showpiece, strangers suddenly penetrate Marcela’s world, each with a dark secret of their own.

But Marcela conceals a sinister bond which inextricably ties her to the derelict estate, holding the power to not only unravel Gordana’s grand designs, but expose bloodstained treachery, long-buried betrayals and lies.

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A Merciful Death (Mercy Kilpatrick Book 1) by @KendraElliot ~ #Murder #Mystery with a touch of #Romance set in Oregon

Author: Kendra Elliot

Published: January 2017 by Montlake Romance

Category: Crime, Murder, Mystery, Thriller, Romantic Suspense, Book Review

FBI special agent Mercy Kilpatrick has been waiting her whole life for disaster to strike. A prepper since childhood, Mercy grew up living off the land—and off the grid—in rural Eagle’s Nest, Oregon. Until a shocking tragedy tore her family apart and forced her to leave home.

Mercy Kilpatrick returns to her home town of Eagle’s Nest, a small rural town in Oregon, fifteen years after she fled the fallout from several disastrous events. She hasn’t seen or spoken to her family since then.

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#ThrowbackThursday ~ Passing Notes by @DGDriverAuthor #YA with a touch of the Supernatural

Renee at It’s Book Talk began this meme as a way to share old favourites, as well as books that have been waiting on the ‘to be read’ pile for however long, and are finally getting an airing.

This week I’m showcasing a lovely young adult novella with a touch of the supernatural. Passing Notes was published in January 2016.

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#Guest Post #Giveaway & #Extract from The Letter – Kitty’s Story by @ElizaJScott1 @rararesources #ContemporaryFiction

Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for The Letter – Kittys Story, organised by Rachel from Rachels Random Resources. Im delighted to welcome Eliza J. Scott. We have a guest post and extract to share, plus a giveaway, but first heres a little about the book.

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Mourning Dove by Claire Fullerton ~ 1970s Southern Family Saga @cfullerton3 #TuesdayBookBlog

Author: Claire Fullerton

Published: June 2018 by Firefly Southern Fiction

Category: 1970s Southern Fiction, Family Saga, Book Review

The heart has a home when it has an ally. If Millie Crossan doesn’t know anything else, she knows this one truth simply because her brother Finley grew up beside her. Charismatic Finley, eighteen months her senior, becomes Millie’s guide when their mother Posey leaves their father and moves her children from Minnesota to Memphis shortly after Millie’s tenth birthday. 

Born in Minnesota, and spending their formative years there, ten-year old Mille Crossan and her older brother Finley were uprooted and moved to Memphis.

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