Brain to Books Blog Tour – Joshua Robertson & Gisela Hausmann

Brain to Books Blog Tour Just the Facts Name: Joshua Robertson Genre: Dark Fantasy Book: Melkorka of the Thrice Nine Legends series Official Site Bio Joshua began crafting the world for his dark fantasy series, Thrice Nine Legends, in 1999. Melkorka, the first book of the series, was published in 2015. The sequel, Dyndaer, will be released in January 2016. He is also the author of the A Midwinter Sellsword…

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Goodreads Book Giveaway!!

A psychological romantic thriller with more twists and turns than an amusement park roller coaster. Did an innocent young man serve time for a crime he didn’t commit? Is the new girl putting her life on the line by trusting him? Accidents are happening in Riddle? How many will die before the truth is revealed? Three signed copies will be given away. Opens for entries on August 01, 2015 Availability:…

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“Millie and Cupcake” by Mildred Potash

Millie and Cupcake by Mildred Potash My rating: 5 of 5 stars “Millie and Cupcake” is a delightful children’s book that teaches children and their parents the value of caring for a pet. Millie wants a puppy but her parents feel she is too young to have one. On moving to New York fate takes a hand and Millie’s dream comes true. Hearing a noise in her closet she discovers…

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“Song at Dawn: 1150 in Provence” by Jean Gill

Song at Dawn by Jean Gill My rating: 5 of 5 stars Writing about the 12th century and doing it with authenticity is a daunting task. Jean Gill has stepped up to the challenge and achieved success in “Song at Dawn: 1150 in Provence”, Book One in the Troubadour Series. Blending true events with the imagined experiences of both real and fictional historical characters, Gill has created a story that…

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Jean Gill – Renaissance Woman in a Modern Age

When I think of Jean Gill the word “renaissance” immediately comes to mind. I don’t mean the renaissance of the 12th century (the time period in her latest series) which was more social, political, and economic. Jean is like the renaissance of the 14th through the 17th centuries. Often considered the link between the Middle Ages and Modern History, the renaissance saw the “rebirth” of humanism. With artists like Da…

“A Trick of Fate (The Renaissance Sojourner Series Book 0″) by Kristin Gleeson

A Trick of Fate by Kristin Gleeson My rating: 5 of 5 stars With a combination of language and settings Kristin Gleeson transports the reader back to the 15th century in her beautifully written “A Trick of Fate.” Alys is a young girl left alone when her brother Hal goes to sea and her mother dies. Through an accidental run-in with a noblewoman, her life is changed dramatically. Alys goes…

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“A Fine Balance” by Robyn Cain

A Fine Balance by Robyn Cain My rating: 4 of 5 stars From the first chapter Robyn Cain sets the tone for a story of corporate intrigue and cold blooded greed. With a fine hand, Cain weaves the characters lives together, carefully creating connections that are not always apparent at first glance. The most delightful of these characters are Jenny and Matt, poor employee and wealthy employer. The interaction between…

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Jackie Parry – Guest Blogger: Not Just Another Horse Tale

Donating To Charity – It’s Win/Win For You! I don’t know about you, but when I hear people raising money for charity I develop a mixed jumble of emotions. Announcement First up, let me say: for 99 cents/pence you can purchase a wonderful ebook (“hauntingly beautiful”) and I will donate 50% to charity…. please do read on…. Over the years I’ve given to cancer research, something that devastatingly touches us…