#Spotlight ~ Preserved by Fiona Sherlock #CrimeFiction @fionasherlock @rararesources

It’s my pleasure to join in the Publication Day Push for Preserved with a spotlight post, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.

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#Promo ~ Frank Penny and the Last Black Stag by Jeremy Elson @elsonauthor @frankpennybooks #YAFantasy @rararesources

Today I have a promo post for my stop on the blog tour for Frank Penny and the Last Black Stag, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.

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#Promo ~ The Dark Chorus by Ashley Meggitt @CallMeReg #Horror #Suspense @rararesources

I’m sharing a promo post for my stop on the blog tour for The Dark Chorus, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.

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Oblivio salvationem Angelis opperitur

Oblivion awaits the Angel’s salvation

The Boy can see lost souls. 

He has never questioned the fact that he can see them. He thinks of them as the Dark Chorus. When he sets out to restore the soul of his dead mother it becomes clear that his ability comes from within him. It is a force that he cannot ignore – the last shard of the shattered soul of an angel. 

To be restored to the kingdom of light, the shard must be cleansed of the evil that infects it – but this requires the corrupt souls of the living! 

With the help from Makka, a psychotically violent young man full of hate, and Vee, an abused young woman full of pain, the Boy begins to kill. 

Psychiatrist Dr Eve Rhodes is seconded to assist the police investigation into the Boy’s apparently random ritualistic killings. As the investigation gathers pace, a pattern emerges. When Eve pulls at the thread from an article in an old psychology journal, what might otherwise have seemed to her a terrible psychotic delusion now feels all too real…

Will the Boy succeed in restoring the angel’s soul to the light? Can Eve stop him, or will she be lost to realm of the Dark Chorus?

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#Promo ~ Wedding Bells in Merriment Bay (Merriment Bay #3) by @emilyharvale @rararesources #TuesdayBookBlog

Today I have details on a recent release by Emily Harvale, Wedding Bells in Merriment Bay, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.

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Change is in the air as wedding bells ring out in Merriment Bay

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#Spotlight ~ Daylight’s Deadly Kiss – Blood Riders Book Two by @JayRavenAuthor @rararesources #Fantasy

Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Daylight’s Deadly Kiss, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.

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#BlogTour #Spotlight ~ Henry’s Tale by David Pipe @dfpwriter @rararesources

Today I’m delighted to be shining the spotlight on Henry, the cute Border Terrier, for my stop on the blog tour, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.

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Publication Day Push ~ A Laughing Matter of Pain by Cynthia Hilston @rararesources #HistoricalFiction @cynthiahilston #PubDay

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Harry Rechthart always knew how to laugh, but laughter can hide a lot of pain that’s drowned by the bottle and good times. He grew up the joker in the early 1900s in Cleveland, Ohio, but as he enters adulthood, conflict splits him.

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#Extract & #Giveaway ~ heathcliff by @AuthorSusanB ~ A Historical What If… #NewRelease @BrookCottageBks

I’m delighted to share an extract from heathcliff by Sue Barnard on release day, but first here’s a little about the book.

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Cooking Up Crime by Harriet Steel @harrietsteel1 ~ available on @instafreebie ~ cozy crime meets sci-fi

Harriet Steel, author of the series of books featuring Shanti de Silva, set in 1930’s Ceylon, has a new book available through Instafreebie. If you enjoy cozy mysteries, all you need to do is sign up for Harriet’s newsletter and the book is yours.

Cooking Up Crime ~ cozy crime meets sci-fi in this light-hearted tale of revenge, reading and cakes.

Far ahead in the twenty-second century, libraries as we know them are a thing of the past. In this brave new world, they’ve been replaced by audio-visual pods that deliver a full sensory experience, so much safer that all those germ-ridden bundles of paper people used to read. But to the despair of Jane, who’s worked in a library for thirty years, some borrowers aren’t as grateful as they should be. Her dissatisfaction increases when glamorous Sarah is appointed manager over her head.  Surely, the job should have been Jane’s?  Then she discovers that Sarah has a dark secret. It’s payback time…