Sins of Our Mothers by Nicole Souza Tour April 5 – April 30

Author Nicole Souza was on tour April 5th through April 30th with MC Book Tours featuring her book, SINS OF OUR MOTHERS, released by WiDo Publishing.

by Nicole Souza

◊ Genre: Dystopian Novel
◊ Publisher: WiDo Publishing (August 25, 2020)
◊ Print & eBooks
◊ Paperback: 338 pages
◊ ISBN-10: 1947966391
◊ ISBN-13: 978-1947966390

It has been fifteen hundred years since the solar flare devastation of the Global Catastrophe. Due to the radioactivity in the harvesting fields, society dismisses its defective children as nothing more than flawed products of the malfunctioned seeds in the field.

But Lyratelle, a hyper-observant musical prodigy, believes these “defects” are intelligent, particularly her own sibling, the youngest child of her impervious mother. Abandoning her dream career, Lyratelle climbs the bureaucratic ladder to run the Defect Research Center, where she can safeguard the child.

With an underground team of women who share her uncertainties, Lyratelle unearths the Old History truth that womankind’s survival actually hinges on the existence of these defects.

When General Sarah Love, the city’s most powerful advocate against the defects, detects Lyratelle’s sympathy toward the creatures, she threatens the life of Lyratelle’s sibling.

Now Lyratelle’s desperate attempt to save this child endangers everyone she loves—her team, her family, even the existence of the defects themselves.

SINS OF OUR MOTHERS is available at AMAZONBarnes & Noble * WiDo Publishing
Also, be sure to add it to your TBR List on Goodreads.

This was a fun tour for this author. Nicole’s tour ran from April 5th through April 30th. The posts consisted of reviews, guest posts, interviews, features, and excerpts. There was also be a tour-wide giveaway. Review copies were available in eBook formats and some paperback. An HTML post was provided for bloggers’ convenience. Clear About Author

As the third of eight siblings, Nicole has always been surrounded by people. Among her immediate family are spoken seven languages. Her favorite thing is hearing her nieces and nephews speak French, Tongan, or Mandarin. It’s no surprise she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Languages, as language is one of her greatest passions, topped only by music and Beat Saber.

Nicole minored in Women Studies and continues to take a particular interest in both women’s history and their individual stories. She’s grateful for her ancestors and other women who paved the way for her to pursue her dream of publishing stories and strives to create new avenues for the coming generations to pursue their dreams.

Though she’s lived-in various states in the U.S. and Brazil, Nicole considers Utah “home base” and continuously finds herself returning, even when previous moves were intended to be permanent. She attributes her love of Utah to the beauty of the Wasatch Mountains and the incredible people who make it feel like home, even when she’s been away for long periods of time. Recently, however, after visiting her sister’s family overseas, she’s been dreaming of a quiet beach house in Taiwan.

Connect with Nicole on her website

Monday, April 5 – Thoughts in Progress – Excerpt
Tuesday, April 6 –
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Friday, April 9 –
Monday, April 12 – Mystery Writing is Murder – Guest Post
Rockin’ Book Reviews – Review & Top 10 List
Tuesday, April 13 – The World As I See It – Review, Excerpt
Wednesday, April 14 –
Thursday, April 15 – Nesie’s Place – Excerpt
Friday, April 16 –
Monday, April 19 – Just Jemi – Top 10 List
Tuesday, April 20 –
Wednesday, April 21 – Storyteller’s Gambit – Feature
Thursday, April 22 – Pat Garcia – Guest Post, Interview, Excerpt
Friday, April 23 – Novels and Latte – Review, Giveaway, Feature
Monday, April 26 – H.R. Sinclair – Top 10 List
Tuesday, April 27 –
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Thursday, April 29 –
Friday, April 30 – Stars Books & Tea – Feature

Lark and the Loon Book Tour Feb. 22 – March 5 & April 19 – April 30

Author Rhiannon Gelston was on tour Feb. 22nd through March 5th and April 19th through April 30th with MC Book Tours featuring her book, LARK AND THE LOON, released by WiDo Publishing.

by Rhiannon Gelston

◊ Genre: Memoir with a Twist
◊ Publisher: WiDo Publishing (July 17, 2020)
◊ Print & eBooks
◊ Paperback: 284 pages
◊ ISBN-10: 1947966251
◊ ISBN-13: 978-1947966253

Lark and the Loon follows the adventures of a tentative boy named Lark, as he is catapulted out of all that he knows, into a courageous journey beyond his wildest imagination. 
Upon receiving a special gift from his Gramps, Lark embarks on a reflective journey of self-discovery as the innovative story weaves the true-life memoir of his mother (the author) in with a fantastical journey. With some special new-found friends, Lark travels back and forth from a symbolic tree to his mother’s true memories of life and death moments, and simple moments, found everywhere from wild Africa to their very own living room. Lark and his friends must ascend this tree and gain the important life lessons offered along the way if they ever hope to find their way out. Within this journey, Lark finds these lessons, and ultimately himself, in the space between imagination and truth in this wild tale.  
The story explores friendships, philosophies, and everyday challenges and joys, both from a child’s perspective and from a parent’s perspective. This memoir with a twist results in a coming of age story that ultimately leads to a new understanding of self, others, and the world that surrounds us.
LARK AND THE LOON is available at AMAZONBarnes & Noble * WiDo Publishing
Also, be sure to add it to your TBR List on Goodreads.
This was a tour with a twist for this author. Rhiannon’s tour ran Feb. 22nd through March 5th and again April 19th through April 30th.  The posts consisted of reviews, guest posts, interviews, features, and excerpts. There was also be a tour-wide giveaway. Review copies were available in ebook formats and some paperback. An HTML post was provided for bloggers’ convenience. 
RHIANNON GELSTON loves to lose herself in all things creative. She enjoys writing, painting, live music, traveling, sports, being outdoors, exploring, playing, spirituality, and energy work. She has a BA in English and an MS in Occupational Therapy with a pediatric focus. Rhiannon just had her first novel published. It is a memoir with a twist called, LARK AND THE LOON, available wherever books are sold.
Rhiannon grew up on Spa Creek in downtown Annapolis. Home for Rhiannon will always be the sound of the halyards hitting the masts on a breezy day, a pile of crabs saturated in Old Bay, raft-ups with friends as kids cannonball off of the stern, and time with family and friends, in, on, and around the Chesapeake Bay.
She lives in Annapolis with her husband, their five lovely and lively children, and their black lab, McNasby.
Connect with Rhiannon on Instagram.
Monday, Feb. 22 – Elizabeth Spann Craig’s Blog – Guest Post
Tuesday, Feb. 23 –
Wednesday, Feb. 24 – Nesie’s Place – Feature
Thursday, Feb. 25 – Lisa Haselton’s Reviews and Interviews – Interview
Friday, Feb. 26 –
Monday, March 1 – Thoughts in Progress – Spotlight
Tuesday, March 2 –
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Thursday, March 4 – Pat Garcia – Guest Post
Friday, March 5 – Rockin’ Book Reviews – Feature
Monday, April 19 – Nesie’s Place – Excerpt
H.R. Sinclair – Top 10 List
Tuesday, April 20 –
Wednesday, April 21 – First of All… – Review & Spotlight
Thursday, April 22 –
Friday, April 23 – Stars Books & Tea – Feature
Monday, April 26 – Thoughts in Progress – Excerpt
Tuesday, April 27 –
Wednesday, April 28 –
Thursday, April 29 – Rockin’ Book Reviews – Guest Post and Excerpt
Friday, April 30 –

Festive Mayhem Book Blast Oct. 26th – 28th

Ten talented authors will be featuring their stories of mystery, crime, and suspense during a Book Blast Oct. 26th through Oct. 28th with MC Book Tours.

Ten Stories of Holiday Mystery, Crime, and Suspense

◊ Genre: Mystery Anthologies
◊ Publisher: Marla Bradeen (October 26,2020)
◊ eBooks
◊ File Size: 1232 KB
◊ Print Length: 159 Pages

Ten crime writers of color have teamed up to offer you the gift of escape this holiday season. From Christmas crime capers to Thanksgiving thrillers, historical hard-boiled to contemporary cozies, mystery fans of all genres will find something to love in this limited-time collection of exclusive, never-before-published seasonal short stories.

What you’ll find inside:
• “The New Year’s Hex” by Carolyn Marie Wilkins. Carrie McFarland finds her New Year’s plans derailed when a psychic vision pulls the 1920s African American amateur sleuth into someone’s evil scheme.
• “Pipe Dreams” by S.G. Wong. In this hard-boiled Crescent City short story, infatuation and passion drive Minnie Chen straight into danger as she tries to best the City’s most glamorous private detective in a reimagined 1930s-era Chinese Los Angeles.
• “A Christmas Tip” by Elizabeth Wilkerson. A surprise Christmas bonus becomes too tempting for Philadelphia nursing assistant Brianna Byers to resist—even if accepting requires some skillful skirting of the law.
• “The Stranger in the House” by Stella Oni. This London House Mystery prequel stars Elizabeth Ojo, a Nigerian housekeeper at a posh guest house, who finds her Christmas intersecting with that of a mysterious resident in trouble.
• “What Lies Inside” by Kia Dennis. A tormented university professor falls deeper and deeper into a destructive obsession in this harrowing tale of love and longing.
• “A Pub, Bed & Breakfast & A Dead Body” by Forest Issac Jones. A dark past becomes the deadly present when North Carolina police detective Ike Coates and his intrepid young partner are tasked with determining the cause of a suspicious death.
• “A Deadly First” by Delia C. Pitts. Thanksgiving takes a fatal turn when New York private eye SJ Rook finds himself thrust into his first murder case in this darkly atmospheric tale of noir.
• “The Holiday Murder Mélange” by Myra Jolivet. This Sarah Doucette Jean-Louis short story follows the Creole P.I. around the San Francisco Bay Area on her quest to figure out who killed a man outside of her office.
• “Those Holiday Blues” by Jennifer J. Chow. Jasmine, aka “Jazz,” can’t escape the tragic past when an old boyfriend asks to meet on the anniversary of his mother’s death.
• “Holiday Holdup” by Paige Sleuth. In this Cozy Cat Caper Mystery Short, Imogene Little gets tangled up in a Christmas Eve bank robbery orchestrated by none other than Santa Claus himself.

This anthology is only available for a short time, so grab it now before it’s gone. It would be criminal to miss it!

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FESTIVE MAYHEM features a collection of never-before-published short stories authored by ten mystery, crime, and suspense writers of color: Carolyn Marie WilkinsS.G. WongElizabeth WilkersonStella OniKia DennisForest Issac JonesDelia C. PittsMyra JolivetJennifer J. Chow, and Paige Sleuth.

Posts consisted of reviews, features, and/or excerpts. In addition, there will be a master giveaway. The authors are giving away multiple prizes, some u.s. only and some international. The giveaway will run through Nov. 7th. HTML posts will also be provided to tour participants for their convenience. Books are available to review in Mobi and ePub formats only.

Monday, Oct. 26Just Jemi – Review
Rockin’ Book Reviews – Feature
Nesie’s Place – Excerpt
Writer’s Gambit – Review & Feature

Tuesday, Oct. 27First of All – Review & Excerpt
CelticLady’s Reviews – Feature
Bookish Rantings – Excerpt

Wednesday, Oct. 28 I Found This Great Book – Review & Excerpt
Book Reviews by Pat Garcia – Review
Thoughts in Progress – Excerpt
Author Deborah A. Bailey – Excerpt

Bubba and Squirt’s Mayan Adventure Sept. 14th – Oct. 14th

Author Sherry Ellis is on tour Sept. 14th – Oct. 14th  with MC Book Tours featuring her book, BUBBA AND SQUIRT’S MAYAN ADVENTURE, released by Dancing Lemur Press LLC.

by Sherry Ellis

◊ Genre: Juvenile Fiction
◊ Publisher: Dancing Lemur Press (Sept. 7, 2020)
◊ Print & eBooks
◊ Paperback: 96 pages
◊ ISBN-10: 1939844703
◊ ISBN-13: 978-1939844705

An ancient Mayan civilization!       

That’s what Bubba and Squirt find when they travel through the mysterious vortex for another wild adventure. There they meet archeologists who are unearthing priceless artifacts.

But someone is stealing them. And an encounter with the Tate Duende awakens magic within Bubba. Throw in the mysterious Alux and a new discovery and things get sticky.

Will Bubba and Squirt solve the mystery, or will they be stuck forever in the jungles of Belize?

Bubba and Squirt
available at:


Sherry Ellis is an award-winning author and professional musician who plays and teaches the violin, viola, and piano. When she is not writing or engaged in musical activities, she can be found doing household chores, hiking, or exploring the world. Ellis and her family live in Atlanta, Georgia.

Contact with Sherry on:

Twitter * Facebook * Goodreads * Blog
Website * Amazon Author Pagejoin along for the fun. you can read Posts that will consist of Q&As, guest posts, reviews, features, and/or excerpts. In addition, there will be a tour-wide giveaway. The author is giving away ten (10) autographed print copies of the book open to all.

Monday, Sept. 14 – Write With Fey – Guest Post
Alex J. Cavanaugh – Guest Post

Tuesday, Sept. 15 – Lisa Haselton’s Reviews and Interviews – Interview
Wednesday, Sept. 16 – The Story of a Writer – Review
Thursday, Sept. 17 – Book Reviews by Pat Garcia – Review
Friday, Sept. 18 – Booked Solid with Virginia C – Feature
Rockin’ Book Reviews – Review & Top Ten List

Monday, Sept. 21 – Just Jemi – Review & Interview
Tuesday, Sept. 22 – Baroness’ Book Trove – Review
Wednesday, Sept. 23 –
Thursday, Sept. 24 – Anna del C. Dye Official Page – Excerpt
Friday, Sept. 25 –
Saturday, Sept. 26 – Storeybook Reviews – Excerpt
Monday, Sept. 28 – Elizabeth Spann Craig’s Blog – Guest Post
Joylene Nowell Butler – Excerpt
Journaling Woman – Feature
Tuesday, Sept. 29 –
Wednesday, Sept. 30 – Nesie’s Place – Excerpt
Thursday, Oct. 1 –
Friday, Oct. 2 – Thoughts in Progress – Review
Monday, Oct. 5 – The Sexy Nerd “Revue” – Excerpt
Stephanie Faris, Children’s Author – Review

Tuesday, Oct. 6 –
Wednesday, Oct. 7 – Willow Writes and Reads – Review
Thursday, Oct. 8 –
Friday, Oct. 9 – Celticlady’s Reviews – Excerpt
Monday, Oct. 12 – Literary Rambles – Interview
Tuesday, Oct. 13 –
Wednesday, Oct. 14 – Writer’s Gambit – Feature & Top 10 List

Triumph Over Fear by Elaine M. Edwards Book Blast

A Psychological and Spiritual Journey
by Elaine M. Edwards

* Paperback: 177 pages
* Publisher: Independently published
* Language: English
* ISBN-10: 1795460911
* ISBN-13: 978-1795460910

Triumph Over Fears offers hope and insight for anyone held back by difficult emotions that prevent them from living up to their potential and experiencing joy. Part memoir, part psychology lesson, and part metaphysical wisdom, it is an eclectic, inspiring personal story of someone who went from agoraphobic, afraid to go out in public, to a real adventurer and world traveler.

The 84-year-old author draws from her personal experience as well as the many people she has known, worked with and helped over the years, including decades of working with students, colleagues, family, and friends, and most of all herself. She delves deeply into the sense of existential guilt that pervades the human condition and offers guidance on how to overcome this.

Her journey is unique, but much of what she has learned is universal. At its core, it is a story of hope. At its core, it is a story of hope and a testament that transformation truly is possible. Because of its eclectic mix of the psychological and the spiritual most anyone will find some nugget of gold or gem of truth that speaks to them. Some of the concepts might seem very familiar, and other ones might be completely new to readers.

The author encourages those who are seeking freedom from fear to walk with her on her journey and let her share with you how she went from being very frightened and very limited in her life, to very confident and very brave.

TRIUMPH OVER FEAR can be purchased at Amazon.


Elaine M. Edwards graduated from Arizona State University with a B.A. degree in Primary Education, taught primary grades for eight years, and spent 18 years as a high school Learning Disabilities teacher. During her career as a teacher, she earned two Masters degrees, in Learning Handicapped Education and in Counseling Psychology, from Santa Clara University. She has been dedicated to understanding human behavior and discovering how deep transformation can occur. She has studied the Twelve Steps, Christianity, Science of Mind, and many other sources of psychological and spiritual wisdom.

A Book Blast for TRIUMPH OVER FEAR by author Elaine M. Edwards is being held on May 11th through May 13th, 2020. There will also be a book giveaway for each stop.

Sue G.
Marianna B.
Amber S.
Pamela M.
Sharon B.


Monday, May 11: Mythical Books – Excerpt & Spotlight
AC Squared Book Blog – Excerpt & Spotlight

Tuesday, May 12: Writer’s Gambit – Excerpt & Spotlight
Jazzy Book Reviews – Excerpt & Spotlight
Rockin’ Book Reviews – Excerpt & Spotlight

Wednesday, May 13: Willow Writes and Reads – Spotlight
The Clipped Nightingale – Spotlight
Thoughts in Progress – Spotlight
Eileen Troemel – Spotlight

Day of Reckoning by Kai Strand

by Kai Strand

* Series: Concord Chronicles (Book 1)
* Paperback: 289 pages
* Publisher: Independently published
* Language: English
* ISBN-10: 1690603372
* ISBN-13: 978-1690603375

Not only does twelve-year-old, Terra, learn she’s a Nature’s Spirit destined to serve the peaceful underground city of Concord, but she also finds she is named in a prophecy as the only one who can thwart the leader of the death tribe.

The Trepidus are the death janitors of the Underworld. They’re responsible for the termination and cleanup of Concord’s beings. When their leader, Blanco, learns Terra is the one who can derail his day of reckoning, he does everything he can to get rid of her. Including, dispatch a “Bringer” to complete the ultimate of death janitor duties.

Not only does Terra want to stay alive, but she hopes to complete her training and discover her Spirit talents too. So, Frank, a Spirit of Security, is assigned to protect her. Together, they undertake a secret investigation of how to defeat Blanco. But with the future of Concord and Terra’s very own life at stake, will they find the answer in time?

DAY OF RECKONING can be purchased at the following sites:
Amazon | Barnes and Noble | iBooks | Kobo


Award-winning Kai Strand, author of the action-packed Super Villain Academy series, is often found exploring hiking trails and snapping pictures of waterfalls in her Oregon hometown.

Mother of four, Kai uses her life experiences to connect with young readers. With middle grade works such as Save the LemmingsThe Weaver Tale series, and Day of Reckoning, and emotional YA adventures like Finding ThorI Am Me, and Worth the Effort, Kai has written compelling stories that tweens, teens, and their parents love.

Kai has given numerous presentations throughout Oregon about her work and the writing process. She loves interacting with teens and gaining their insight on their latest reads as well as what they would like to see in future stories.

To find out more about Kai, please visit
Mailing List | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Amazon |

DAY OF RECKONING by author Kai Strand is on tour from May 11th through 15th, 2020. There will be reviews, guest posts, Q&As, excerpts, a Top 10 list, and spotlights. There will also be a tour-wide giveaway (a $15 Amazon Gift Card & 1 Digital Copy of the book, four $5 Amazon Gift Cards).

Winners of the $5 Amazon Gift Card are:
Kimberly K.
Jenny H.
James R.
Mya M.
and the winner of the digital-book and $15 Amazon Gift Card is:
Amanda W.


Monday, May 11: Carpinello’s Writing Pages – Interview & Excerpt
The Clipped Nightingale – Feature
Eileen Troemel – Feature
Mythical Books – Guest Post
Tuesday, May 12: Rockin’ Book Reviews – Q & A
Wednesday, May 13: The Story of a Writer – Guest Post & Review
H.R. Sinclair – Top 10 List
Author Katie L. Carroll’s Blog – Guest Post
C. Lee McKenzie – Feature
Jazzy Book Reviews – Excerpt
Thursday, May 14: Viviana MacKade – Guest Post
Thoughts in Progress – Spotlight
Lisa Haselton’s Reviews and Interviews – Q & A
Friday, May 15: Willow Writes and Reads – Review
Writer’s Gambit – Guest Post & Review
Monday, Aug. 24:
Mystery Writing is Murder – Guest Post

Gabe’s Guardian Angel by Beverly Stowe McClure

by Beverly Stowe McClure

*   Paperback: 214 pages
Publisher: Freedom Fox Press
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1939844665
* ISBN-13: 978-1939844668

Gabe Montana is clumsy. He’s overweight, and he’s dyslexic. Worse yet, the bullies make his fifteen-year-old life even more miserable-so miserable he wants to die.

Charley, his guardian angel, says no to that idea and comes up with a different plan. He’ll give Gabe self-confidence so he can solve his problems, not run away from them. But Gabe wonders why the angel doesn’t just help with the bullies. What’s with this self-confidence stuff?

Can Charley help Gabe stand on his own two feet? Will Gabe give up hope life can improve for him? Or will he finally listen to the angel’s advice?

GABE’S GUARDIAN ANGEL is available at the following sites:


Most of the time, you’ll find Award-Winning Author Beverly Stowe McClure at her computer, typing stories young voices whisper in her ears. When she’s not writing, she’s snapping pictures of wildlife, flowers, and clouds.

She’s affectionately known as the “Bug Lady.” She’s not telling why. To relax she plays the piano. Her fur babies don’t appreciate good music and hide when she tickles the ivories.

Beverly is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. She also teaches a women’s Sunday school class at her church.

For more on Beverly and her writing visit her at her:
Twitter @beverlymcclure

GABE’S GUARDIAN ANGEL by author Beverly Stowe McClure is on tour from April 27th through May 1st, 2020. There will be reviews, guest posts, Q&As, excerpts, a Top 10 list, and spotlights to view. There will also be a tour-wide giveaway.

GIVEAWAY WINNER: Amber H., congratulations!


Monday, April 27: Mama Diaries – Q & A, Review
Rockin’ Book Reviews – Review & Excerpt
Alex J. Cavanaugh – Guest Post
Mythical Books – Guest Post
Tuesday, April 28: Writer’s Gambit – Guest Post
Willow Writes and Read – Review
The Clipped Nightingale – Feature
Wednesday, April 29: Strands of Thought – Review & Guest Post
Random Thoughts – Excerpt
Thursday, April 30: Just Jemi – Q & A, Review
Thoughts in Progress – Review
Friday, May 1: Pat Garcia Book Reviews – Review
Jazzy Book Reviews – Top Ten List
Monday, Aug. 10: Mystery Writing is Murder – Guest Post


Dancing With Dementia by Jemi Fraser

Recognizing and Coping with the Early Stages of Dementia
by Jemi Fraser

◊ Genre: Nonfiction, Memoir
◊ Publisher: Just Jemi Books
◊ eBooks
◊ ISBN-13: 978-1-9991258-1-3

Dementia and Alzheimer’s touch the lives of millions around the world, but so much is still unknown.

As first-generation Canadians, we didn’t recognize the early warning signs. We didn’t know the differences between regular aging and the early stages of dementia. We’ve made mistakes but we’ve learned a lot.

•Identify those early warning signs
•Use visuals to improve communication
•Choose your words wisely
•Redirect and reassure
•Stay calm and cope with your own emotions
•Consider nursing home options
•Improve caregiver self-care

We’ve learned to dance the early steps of the disease with our love and laughter intact. If you are looking for help recognizing early signposts along with practical ways to cope with early Dementia and Alzheimer’s, this book is for you.

DANCING WITH DEMENTIA preorder/buy links:              Apple Books       Barnes & Noble          Kobo
Add it to your Goodreads shelf


Author Jemi Fraser

Jemi Fraser writes both fiction and nonfiction. Her nonfiction work focuses on the ways that dementia has impacted her family. Her fiction work varies from contemporary romance to suspense and flash fiction. Years as a teacher have taught Jemi that life is short and that happy endings are a must.

Jemi lives in Northern Ontario, Canada where snow is always a topic of conversation and the autumn leaves make everything better.

Website          Just Jemi Blog       Dancing With Dementia blog 

Amazon Page        BookBub      Goodreads       Facebook       Twitter       Quick Tips Videos

DANCING WITH DEMENTIA by author Jemi Fraser is on tour from March 30th through April 3rd, 2020. There are reviews, guest posts, Q&As, excerpts, a Top 10 list, and spotlights. There will also be an awesome tour-wide giveaway.

The winner of the giveaway was Muthild C.  Muthild, thanks for stopping by during Jemi’s tour and congratulations on winning!


Monday, March 30: Denise Covey – Guest Post
Mystery Writing is Murder – Guest Post
Defending the Pen – Q & A & Review
Constantine – Guest Post
Tuesday, March 31: Joylene Nowell Butler – Guest Post & Feature
Mainewords – Guest Post
Tara Tyler Talks – Interview
Wednesday, April 1: Alex J. Cavanaugh – Guest Post
Spunk on A Stick – Feature
Circle of Friends – Feature
Rockin’ Book Reviews – Feature & Top Ten List
The Girdle of Melian – Guest Post
The Warrior Muse – Top Ten List
Thursday, April 2: Lisa Haselton’s Reviews & Interviews – Q & A
Thoughts in Progress – Review
Friday, April 3: Pat Garcia Book Reviews – Review
Writer’s Gambit – Top Ten List
Ellen Jacobson Author – Top Ten List & Review
Elephant’s Child – Review


Murder, Just Because by Yolanda Renee

by Yolanda  Renée

◊ Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Suspense
◊ Publisher: Yolanda Renee
◊ Series: Detective Quaid Mysteries
◊ Paperback: 291 pages
◊ Print & eBooks
◊ ISBN-10: 0985820632
◊ ISBN-13: 978-0985820633
◊ Contains explicit sex & graphic violence
“While this book does contain explicit sexual language and graphic violence, it could easily be taken from the daily headlines. The content is plausible and realistic as we look at the world around us. The events in the book are not overly done, but give a pragmatic look at the terrifying actions killers can and sometimes do take.”

It was a matter of beginner’s luck, but rookie detective Steven Quaid’s career and reputation as an elite investigator skyrocketed when he captured one of the most sadistic serial killers in Alaskan history: Stowy Jenkins, AKA the Snowman. But that was ten years ago.

And now…Jenkins is back. Escaped from prison and on the move, his bloodlust is stronger than ever, and his methods of torture are even more horrifying than before. As his bloody rampage continues and the number of mutilated bodies mounts, terrified Alaskans increasingly doubt Quaid’s ability to catch the killer again. The detective’s reputation is on the line, and he’s going to need a lot more than luck, because this time, Jenkins is driven by more than the thrill of a random kill.

This time, it’s more personal. He’s out for revenge…and his ultimate target is Quaid. In a deadly game of cat-and-mouse, Jenkins starts picking off the people in Quaid’s life…slowly, gradually tightening his circle of corpses and drawing ever closer to the most important person in Quaid’s life…his wife. Can Quaid do the impossible again? Can he outmaneuver the killer, or has the detective’s luck finally run out?

MURDER, JUST BECAUSE can be purchased at the following sites:
Amazon –
Smashwords –


Author Yolanda Renée

Author Yolanda Renée

At one time Alaska called to me, and I answered. I learned to sleep under the midnight sun, survive in below zero temperatures, and hike the Mountain Ranges. I’ve traveled from Prudhoe Bay to Valdez, and the memories are some of my most valued. The wonders, mysteries and incredible beauty that is Alaska has never left me and thus now influences my writing.

Despite my adventurous spirit, I achieved my educational goals, married, and I have two handsome sons. Writing is now my focus, my newest adventure!

You can connect with me here:

Blog    *     Facebook     *     Twitter     *     Pinterest     *     Email

MURDER, JUST BECAUSE by author Yolanda Renée is on tour from April 1st to May 1st, 2020. There are reviews, guest posts by the author, Q&As with the author, excerpts, a Top 10 list, and spotlights. There will also be an awesome tour-wide giveaway (Entire autographed book set-US only, 5 paperback copies of the book, 10 Kindle copies of the book, and a $20 Amazon Gift Card).

You can still sign up for the tour, click HERE.


Wednesday, April 1: Denise Covey – Guest Post
Mythical Books – Q & A with the Author & Excerpt
Rockin’ Book Reviews – Feature
Thursday, April 2: Constantine – Guest Post by Author
Friday, April 3:
Monday, April 6: Mystery Writing is Murder – Guest Post by Author
Spunk on A Stick – Feature
Tuesday, April 7: Lisa Haselton’s Reviews and Interviews – Q & A
Wednesday, April 8: The Warrior Muse – Top Ten List
Random Thoughts – Excerpt & Feature
Thursday, April 9:
Friday, April 10: Ellen Jacobson Author – Q & A with Author
I Think: Therefore, I Yam – Interview with Stowy Jenkins
Monday, April 13: Christine Rains – Writer – Review & Excerpt
Alex J. Cavanaugh – Guest Post
Tuesday, April 14:
Wednesday, April 15: Elizabeth Seckman, Author – Guest Post
Thursday, April 16:
Friday, April 17: Writer’s Gambit – Q & A & Excerpt
Monday, April 20: Tara Tyler Talks – Interview
H.R. Sinclair – Guest Post by Author
Tuesday, April 21:
Wednesday, April 22: The Story of A Writer – Feature
Thursday, April 23:
Friday, April 24: Write with Fey – Guest Post by Author
Monday, April 27: Just Jemi – Q & A with the Author
Tuesday, April 28:
Wednesday, April 29: Thoughts in Progress – Review
Thursday, April 30: The Clipped Nightingale – Feature
Friday, May 1: Celticlady’s Reviews – Feature

Not Guilty by C. Lee McKenzie

Blog Tour: Not Guilty by C. Lee McKenzie

Not Guilty
C. Lee McKenzie
Publication Date: October 25, 2019
Genre: Young Adult

          A blood-smeared knife. One young man’s word against another. A lifetime dream crushed.
          The evidence points to Devon Carlyle. He was there when it happened. Everyone knows he had it in for Renzo Costa. And Costa says Devon was the one. In the judge’s rap of a gavel, Devon’s found guilty of assault. The star of the Oceanside High’s basketball team loses his shot at the one thing he’s worked so hard for—the championship game where college scouts could see how good he is.
          Now he makes his great shots in Juvenile Hall with kids far different from those that have always been in his life.
          Angry? Hell, yes.
          He’s bent on finding who did the crime. He’s bent on making them pay because he’s Not Guilty.
          But can he prove it?
A blog tour for Not Guilty by C. Lee McKenzie, a young readers’ adventure is underway and will run from October 28th 1st to November 1st, 2019. Posts will consist of reviews, guest posts, interviews, and excerpts. There is also a tour-wide giveaway. The tour schedule is posted below and you can follow along daily with Lee on the various stops on her tour.
Winners of the tour-wide giveaway are:
Rita Wray
Sarah Mayer
Deb Philippon
Debra Larson Branigan
Mona Ccam
Roland Clarke
Monday, Oct. 28 – Just Jemi – Review
                                      Mystery Writing is Murder – Guest Post
                                      Mama Diaries – Guest Post & Review
                                      Spunk on a Stick – Guest Post
                                      Word Dreams – Review
                                      A Taste for Murder – Spotlight & Review
                                      Mythical Books – Guest Post
Tuesday, Oct. 29 – Baroness’ Book Trove – Review
                                     Writing in The Crosshairs – Guest Post & Review
                                     Stormdance Publications – Guest Post
                                     H.R. Sinclair – Guest Post
                                     Author Tracker: YA and Adult Books – Excerpt
Wednesday, Oct. 30 – Writer’s Gambit – Guest Post & Review
                                            Susan Says – Guest Post
Thursday, Oct. 31 – Thoughts in Progress – Excerpt
                                        Tyrean Martinson – Guest Post
                                        Diane Burton – Guest Post & Review
Friday, Nov. 1 – Celticlady’s Reviews – Spotlight
                               The Ninja Librarian – Guest Post
                               Patricia Stoltey, Author – Review
                               Elephant’s Child – Guest Post
                               T. Powell Coltrin Writes @ Journaling Woman – Q & A

Author C. Lee McKenzie

C. Lee McKenzie has a background in Linguistics and Inter-Cultural Communication, but these days her greatest passion is writing for young readers. She has published five young adult novels: Sliding on the Edge, The Princess of Las Pulgas, Double Negative, and Sudden Secrets. Not Guilty is her most recent one.

          Sometimes she likes to jump into the world of the fantastic and when she does, she writes for the middle-grade reader. Some Very Messy Medieval Magick is the third book in the time-travel adventures of Pete and Weasel, with Alligators Overhead and The Great Time Lock Disaster being the first two. Sign of the Green Dragon, a stand-alone, takes the reader into ancient Chinese dragon myths and a quest for treasure.
          When she’s not writing she’s hiking or traveling or practicing yoga or asking a lot of questions about things she still doesn’t understand. You can connect her on FacebookTwitterInstagram and at her Website