Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Tour Kick Off - Meet and Greet - The Vanished by Sarah Dalton

YA Dystopia
Date Published: June 27, 2013
  Book #2 in The Blemished Trilogy

“You’re part of the vanished now. That’s what we all are. The people who have been forgotten.” Mina Hart fought her way out of Area 14. She made it to The Clans so that she can live a normal life  with her friends and her father. But what she finds is no safe haven. As her best friend turns against her and the Compounders treat her with distrust, Mina begins to  suspect foul play at the very heart of her new home. Just to make matters worse, the threat of war is  coming. The Clans are turning against each other, and Mina is caught in the middle. Join Mina as she is reunited with her father, meets new and surprising friends and tries to figure out  her complicated love life. The Vanished promises even more rebellion and romance with betrayal  just around the corner…

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Reading Addiction Blog Tours MEET and GREET

#1 – Do You See Writing as a Career?


#2 – What was the Hardest Part of Your Writing Process?

Plotting. I’m a spontaneous person and once I get that first line pop into my head I want to start writing and not stop until I’m finished. I have to hold myself back, make myself plan out the book and think through the storyline properly.

#3 – Did you have any One Person Who Helped You Out with Your Writing Outside of Your Family?

There’s my long-suffering and extremely supportive boyfriend but he’s family really. I’ve tended to get all of my advice from the online writing community over the years and there isn’t really one person who stands out. About a year ago I sent a first draft of The Blemished to a freelance editor and their comments were invaluable. I think they annihilated every single one of my bad writing habits and in the end made me a much better writer.

#4 – What is next for your writing?

Finishing The Blemished trilogy. I’m really excited to write the rest of Mina’s journey. Then I’ll be even more excited to write something new. I have ideas for a YA British Gothic mystery crossover.

#5 – Do you have an addiction to reading as well as writing? If so, what are you currently reading?

Yes I do! I’m reading Beautiful Darkness by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl. I recently finished Beautiful Creatures and loved it. It’s made me want to move to Gatlin and drink sweet tea.

This or That?

#1 - iPd or Mp3?

Can I be contrary and say Spotify?

#2 – Chocolate or Vanilla?


#3 – Mashed Potatoes or French Fries?

French Fries, although we call them ‘chips’ in Britain and they are much nicer.

#4 – Comedy or Drama?

Oh that’s hard! Neither of them work without the other… okay, comedy.

#5 – Danielle Steel or Nicholas Sparks?

Danielle Steel.

#6 – Fantasy or Reality?


#7 – Call or Text?

Text – I hate speaking on the phone.

#8 – Public School or Home School?

In Britain Public School means something different to America – I think it is the equivalent of your Private Schools – and it’s where the really posh people and royalty go. The rest of us slum it at a Comprehensive. Anyway, to answer the question – definitely public school. I think you need that experience in your life, even if it’s a bad one.

#9 – Coffee or Hot Chocolate

Hot chocolate. Coffee makes me make this noise – bluergh.

#10 – eBook or Paperback?

I love both! I love the instant gratification that comes with downloading an eBook and I love the feel and smell of a Paperback. This is hard…. I think I’m going to have to go with Paperback. Purely because when I released my own book the Paperback version was the one that I was really looking forward to. 

Sarah grew up in the middle of nowhere in the countryside of Derbyshire and as a result has an over-active imagination. She has been an avid reader for most of her life, taking inspiration from the stories she read as a child, and the novels she devoured as an adult.
Sarah mainly writes speculative fiction for a Young Adult audience and has had pieces of short fiction published in the Medulla Literary Review, PANK magazine, Apex Magazine and the British Fantasy Society publication Dark Horizons. Her short story ‘Vampires Wear Chanel’ is featured in the Wyvern Publication Fangtales. The Blemished is her first full-length novel.

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May 1 - Author Ever Leigh - Review
May 2 - A Bibliophile's Thoughts - Review
May 3 - A Dream Within a Dream- Review
May 4 - Taking it One Page a Time - Review/Guest Post
May 5 - The Right Book 4 You - Review
May 6 - Addicted Readers - Review
May 7 - RABT Reviews - Review

Cover Reveal: The Tale of the Valiant Hero Kenta

Cover Reveal

The Tale of the Valiant Hero Kenta

By Ezra Jonah Jacobs

Date Published: March 22, 2013


Kenta Takeyama is a 16 year old martial artist who possesses superhuman strength and abilities and the Takeyama -ryuu fighting art. He desires to become the most powerful shogun on the Nikkoujima (Sun Light Islands), as there are much more powerful  men in the world. He lives with his father Tesshin, who trained him in the martial arts, and  his mother Amaya, who is the former princess of a royal family and master fighter; his little  sister Mana, who wants to become a famous play actress and open her own production studio,  as well as his pet bear Kumomori, whom he had since he was 4. Kenta finds that it’s time to follow his dreams of becoming a great and powerful shogun (using his power to protect people  and build more homes and villages, help the poor and starving, rather than just for pomp and  circumstance. 

He wants the people to live in peace and prosperity with no fear, as the world is  already entering another age of war. Essentially, he wants to change the country). And so, with his parents’ permission, he decides to travel to Senkyou to enlist in the military and become  a true samurai warrior. He feels confident that the can do so after going through many trials  and travels through his childhood, and training under the  tutelage of his father in his family’s  martial arts styles.

During the first part of the novel, after a little love fiasco with his childhood friend  Yumine who has a crush on him and sparring with some buddies, he travels the lush and vibrant  island and helps many different people out. As Kenta reaches Senkyou, he meets new rivals  and friends, such as Natsumi, a new love interest and Hayate, a mysterious ninja who wants  to raise up his own organization of ninja mercenaries. During basic training, he discovers that  the capital is being attacked by powerful youkai. The powerful beasts appear and disappear in  a flash, even the temple priests are having trouble.

Does the Great Tengu King of the Gogonji mountain territory  know anything about these attacks? Do our heroes stand a chance against  these swift and powerful foes?  What is the reasoning behind all of this carnage?

Note: The genre is apart of the 'wuxia' (martial arts fiction) works of literature. It is a ancient style originating from Tang Period China (5th century AD). The style places great attention to detail during fight scenes (punches, kicks, combinations, throws, etc.) as well as giving attacks exotic names, a convention originating from Chinese martial arts. It may take some getting used to, yet will very quickly become easier to follow as you read. -Ezra

Ezra Jonah Jacobs

Author Bio

Ezra Jonah Jacobs was born in 1988 in Atlanta, Georgia. He was raised in the suburbs 45 minutes outside of Atlanta by his father and mother, having one older brother. Growing up in a small country town, there was plenty of farmland and open plains to play and run around, a good place to let his young imagination run wild. When not outside, he was usually reading, drawing pictures, or playing video games. He has also had an interest in martial arts since the age of 6, first gaining an interest after watching a Bruce Lee documentary and seeing a movie by the name of Street Fighter. He started emulating the techniques he saw in these movies. It was also around this age he became interested into becoming an author after hearing his teacher read a book to his class. He would be influenced more by other books throughout grade school either by going to the library or during in-school readings.

In Jr. High School, Jacobs developed an interest in many new different mediums, including manga (Japanese comics) and ancient world literature, such as Don Quixote and Beowulf (already having some world literature in his background the form of Gulliver’s Travels and Aesop’s Fables while in Elementary school). He also first came across ancient stories of kung fu masters with enough strength to slay lions, enough speed to out run a cheetah, and being able to lighten their bodies enough to walk on egg shells. He found these stories rather fascinating and would spend time reading them, while at the same time trying to find more.

During his time in high school, world literature reads had expanded. He also began reading more of a genre called Wuxia (martial arts fiction), in particular Jin Yong, and was greatly fascinated by the scope of the stories as well the detailed battle sequences. To him it was as if he were watching a kung fu movie unfold before his very eyes. He thought this genre was rather interesting, especially since it influenced all of his other favorite mediums as well, even theater.

At college, Jacobs finally made the conscious decision to become an author. It was during this time, after class that he would spend time typing up many different stories. Many being one-shots (one long chapter), while others became full length novels. He began trying different genres and styles out until reading Jin Yong’s “A Smiling, Proud Wanderer”. He then decided to give wuxia a try and began working on a novel of such style. He had developed many early versions of his current stories, eventually editing and reforming them into what they are now. He also began reading many other novels around this time, such as Musashi, even more ancient world literature such as Canterbury Tales, The Divine Comedy, and The Faerie Queen, as well as many other things that would later influence his works.

Jacobs graduated from Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, Georgia with a Major in Literature and a Minor in Arts. He also studied karate while on campus during these years. As he wrote, he always had in mind to create stories that would give his readers the impressions they were almost watching a movie or a TV show, something interesting and exciting yet bearing the allure of a novel. Jacobs currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia. When not writing, he is usually reading from his extensive book collection, taking walks in the city, and training.

Monday, April 29, 2013

Tour Kick Off - Meet and Greet - Memory's Wake by Selina Fenech

YA Fantasy
Date Published: 6/7/11

Lost in a world full of monstrous fairies, a troubled sixteen year old has to find out who she is and why her memories were stolen before she is found by those who want her dead.

She takes the name "Memory" and knows she has just one goal - to find her way home, wherever that is. But this land is strange. No technology to be seen, and iron is banned, thanks to a pact the humans have with the magical creatures who share their pre-industrial era world. In her t-shirt and torn jeans, Memory knows she's different, even before she performs impossible magic.

Haunted by her past, chased by a dragon, wanted by the king and stalked by the strange, handsome savage that seems to know her, everyone is after Memory, and she suspects it's not just for her eye-catching outfit. Her forgotten past holds dangerous secrets that will challenge everything she believes and risk the lives of everyone she loves.

Memory's Wake contains 44 black and white illustrations by the author and artist. Approx. 80,000 words or 320 pages in paperback.


Reading Addiction Blog Tours MEET and GREET

#1 – Do You See Writing as a Career?
Yes, and I’m just at the very beginning of it.

#2 – What was the Hardest Part of Your Writing Process?
Memory’s Wake has lots of twists and complicated plots intertwined in the story.
Straightening them all out and avoiding plot holes took a lot of work!

#3 – Did you have any One Person Who Helped You Out with Your Writing Outside of
Your Family?
Author Sally Odgers mentored me through my first manuscript. She was a wealth of
experience and so helpful to me.

#4 – What is next for your writing?
I am going to finish the Memory’s Wake trilogy, hopefully having the final book out by
the end of 2013, and then I will be adding more books to the Empath Chronicles series.

#5 – Do you have an addiction to reading as well as writing? If so, what are you currently
Yes, I love to read! Young Adult books are my favorite, and I just finished reading
Clockwork Princess.

DESCRIBE Your Book in 1 Tweet:
A troubled teen is lost in a world full magic and must find why her memories were stolen
before she is found by those who want her dead.

This or That?

#1 - iPd or Mp3? Mp3

#2 – Chocolate or Vanilla? Chocolate

#3 – Mashed Potatoes or French Fries? Fries

#4 – Comedy or Drama? Comedy

#5 – Danielle Steel or Nicholas Sparks? Nicholas Sparks

#6 – Fantasy or Reality? Fantasy

#7 – Call or Text? Text

#8 – Public School or Home School? Public

#9 – Coffee or Hot Chocolate? Hot Chocolate

#10 – eBook or Paperback? eBook

Born in 1981 to Australian and Maltese parents, Selina lives in Australia with her husband, daughter, and an unnamed cat. During her life Selina has found ancient Roman treasure, survived cancer, had knights joust at her wedding, been mugged for doughnuts, made a living as a visual artist, and shared her imaginary worlds in paintings and now in her novels.

Memory’s Wake is also illustrated, so there’s lots of content bloggers can grab if they want- http://memoryswake.com/the-art/

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April 30 - Wintry Words - Review/Interview
May 1 - Geo Librarian - Review
May 3 - Lindie Dagenhart - Review
May 4 - Happy Indulgence - Review/Interview
May 6 - My Cozie Corner - Review
May 6 - Getting Your Read on - Review
May 8 - Tana Rae Reads - Review
May 8 - Word by Word - Review
May 9 - Bookishly Devoted - Review
May 9 - Gimme the Scoop Reviews - Review
May 10 - Into the Worm Hole - Review


Tour Kick Off - Alpha Girl by Kate Bloomfield

Paranormal Romance
Date Published: April 1, 2013

Best-selling and independent Australian author, Kate Bloomfield, has successfully made a name for herself in the world of self-publishing at just twenty-three years old. Her newest and most precious book yet, Alpha Girl, is a controversial Paranormal Romance between a student and teacher. A book not for those easily offended.
Seventeen year old Rose Goldman is highly unpopular in the little town of Halfway. Ever since the 'attack' when she was a girl, people and animals have been afraid of her. She gets bullied in school, and called 'wet dog' because of the way she smells, despite being extremely hygienic. However, life takes a turn when a new teacher starts at Halfway High. Mr. Stone, the quirky and charismatic English teacher is twice Rose's age, but she feels an unexplainable pull towards him from day one. Despite her better judgement, Rose pursues a friendship with Mr. Stone, who seems unable to stay away from her.
What is pulling this unlikely pair together?


Kate was born in Enfield, London in 1989, but has lived in Wollongong, Australia for most of her life. Now working full time as an independent author, Kate has published four novels, and two short stories. Her fifth novel ‘Alpha Girl’ is a paranormal romance that explores a complicated a student/teacher relationship. It is due for release on April 1st 2013.

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May 1 - Tana Rae Reads - Review
May 2 - Book Briefs - Review
May 2 - Faerie Tale Books - Reivew
May 4 - Playing Jokers - Review
May 5 - Comfortably Read - Review
May 6 - Must Read Faster - Review
May 7 - My Pathway to Books - Review
May 7 - Books, Authors, Blogs - Review
May 8 - Fantasy Floozies - Review
May 9 - My Cozie Corner - Review
May 10 - Queen of All She Reads - Review

Tour Kick Off - Meet and Greet- An Unplanned Lesson by Beth Rinyu

Contemporary Romance
Date Published:3/9/12

Nicole Morgan, the new second grade teacher at Pineview Elementary school, has it all together in the classroom; it’s her personal life that she can’t find peace with. Unable to let go of the guilt that she is harboring from her past, she punishes herself by running from all potential relationships.

Her patience is put to the test when Dailan O’Maley the obnoxious but very sexy uncle of one of her students enters her life. She slowly cracks away at Dailan’s crude, crass exterior when they are forced to work together for the sake of his nephew. The two of them learn a lesson in love that neither had planned as they discover that the guilt they are hiding deep inside isn’t the only thing they have in common. Unbeknownst to her, he holds more than just the key to her heart.


Reading Addiction Blog Tours MEET and GREET

#1 – Do You See Writing as a Career? I would love to but until I become “discovered” or win the lottery, it’s just going to have to remain a hobby

#2 – What was the Hardest Part of Your Writing Process? Promoting my books.

#3 – Did you have any One Person Who Helped You Out with Your Writing Outside of Your Family? I have met so many great people during this whole process who have helped me build up my self-confidence with their positive feedback on my books, which in turn helps me improve my upon my writing.

#4 – What is next for your writing? I am currently working on my third contemporary romance “Drowning in Love” and maybe just maybe another book about Dailan and Nicole from and Unplanned Lesson – I’m still on the fence about it.

#5 – Do you have an addiction to reading as well as writing? If so, what are you currently reading? I do like to read and if I get into a good book I don’t put it down until it’s done. But once I get focused on writing, I get so into the characters that I’m creating, that it’s hard for me to get into any others.

DESCRIBE Your Book in 1 Tweet: Laughter, romance and the unexpected!

This or That?

#1 - iPd or Mp3?  MP3

#2 – Chocolate or Vanilla? Vanilla

#3 – Mashed Potatoes or French Fries? French Fries (anything with carbs!)

#4 – Comedy or Drama? Drama

#5 – Danielle Steel or Nicholas Sparks? Nicholas Sparks

#6 – Fantasy or Reality? A little bit of both

#7 – Call or Text? Call (but that can vary depending on the person I’m trying to get in touch with)

#8 – Public School or Home School? public

#9 – Coffee or Hot Chocolate  COFFEE!!!

#10 – eBook or Paperback? Paperback

Ever since I can remember, I have always enjoyed Creative Writing. There was always something about being able to travel to a different place or become a different person with just the stroke of a pen - or in today's world a touch of the keyboard. I have been writing poetry for years and finally got the inspiration to write my very first novel about a year and a half ago. Once I started the idea's kept flowing, my fingers kept typing – and here I am Two books later! An Unplanned Lesson is a humorous, romantic read with a few deep undertones. I hope all of you fall in love with Dailan O’Maley, the same way I did when I created him!

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Tour Kick Off - Enigma Black by Sara Furlong-Burr

Dystopian/ Sci-Fi
Date Published:11/21/12

When she was just seventeen, the course of Celaine Stevens' life was permanently altered with the murders of her father, mother, and brother in one of a series of mysterious and violent explosions occurring across the country. Struggling with picking up the pieces, she's haunted by the memory of that day and her promise of retribution against those responsible for her misery.
But just as she seems to be getting her life back on track, an encounter with a mysterious stranger promises her the vengeance she desires, ultimately turning the former target into the assassin. However, as she soon learns, all choices come with consequences. And the consequence of her choice threatens to destroy the very fabric of her being


Sara "Furlong" Burr was born on February 1, 1982, in Kalamazoo, Michigan. At an early age, when it became apparent she wouldn't have the luxury of skating through life on her looks or athletic prowess, Sara found her true passion in writing. While in fifth grade, she wrote her first "novel"(whose name escapes her at the moment) about five friends who win a trip to Hawaii. At ninety-something pages, it was her crowning achievement during her childhood (you may now begin drawing your own conclusions on how sad a childhood Sara actually had).

After focusing much of her adult life on her family and career as a paralegal, Sara found the voices in her head becoming unrelenting and she returned to her true passion. Currently, she's working on the sequel to Enigma Black entitled Vendetta Nation. She's also tossing around ideas for a chick-lit book about two ill-fated lovers (Lord, help her).

When she's not writing, Sara enjoys reading (pretty much a given), attempting to garden, shopping (prerequisite to being a woman), and spending time with her family and friends who somehow manage to tolerate her numerous disappearances propagated by infrequent bouts of inspiration.

Twitter: @Sarafurlong

Follow Along With This Tour:
April 29 - Curling Up With a Good Book - Review/Interview
April 30 - Fictional Reality - Review/Interview
May 2 - Addicted Readers - Review/Interview
May 2 - Faerie Tale Books - Review/Interview
May 3 - Must Read Faster - Review/Guest Post
May 3 - RABT Reviews - Review

Cover Reveal: Hope's Reign

Hope's Reign
Selina Fenech
YA Fantasy
Book Two in Memory's Wake Trilogy
Date Published: May 10, 2013


Everything is slipping away from Memory. The bond of friendship between her, Eloryn, Roen, and Will, that was formed while running for their lives is tearing. In a world that doesn’t feel like home, with a mind filled with nothing but questions, Memory struggles to be true to herself… whoever that is. When her past self starts haunting her, she knows her sanity could be the next thing she will lose.

Selina Fenech

Born in 1981 to Australian and Maltese parents, Selina lives in Australia with her husband, an unnamed cat. During her life Selina has found ancient Roman treasure, survived cancer, had knights joust at her wedding, been mugged for doughnuts, made a living as a visual artist, and shared her imaginary worlds in paintings and now in her novels.

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Saturday, April 27, 2013

Tour Kick Off - Meet and Greet - Sewing a Friendship by Natalie Tinti

Children's Chapter Book
Date Published: March 2013

Sewing a Friendship 2: Magic in Us.

Magic in Us is a sweet, hopeful, energetic story that creates a lively pace and makes reading aloud a pleasure. It's an inspiration for children to learn and grow into well-rounded individuals, to realize the power of friendship, to learn about the value of problem solving and discover hidden talents. It told by 10 years old Natalie Tinti who is not only a multi- awarded talented writer, she is also an amazing artist!
The Power of Imagination (book 1)

When a secret agent dog, Dogon, informed four best friends that Nina has a bad horrible scratch and she won’t be able to 
play her musical instruments, they must quickly come and make her feel better. While deciding what to do next, there's a veritable blizzard of ideas put forth, and the girls have to sift through them all to come up with a plan of action. Together they create a magical world full of adventures where every obstacle can be overcome with mutual support and joint creativity.

Reading Addiction Blog Tours MEET and GREET

#1 – Do You See Writing as a Career?
I see it as one of my careers, in the future I am planning to become an actress as well as an artist and a public 

#2 – What was the Hardest Part of Your Writing Process?
The hardest part about the writing process would be finishing the story. I have the begging, the problem, the 
characters, and the illustrations. I know how it’s going to end it’s just difficult to finish it because I start having 
other ideas that I want to do. I think about other projects and get really interested in doing other stories and I 
still haven’t finished the story that I have. It took a lot of focusing to finish and be done with a story for me.

#3 – Did you have any One Person Who Helped You Out with Your Writing Outside of Your Family? No one
outside of my family has helped me out on my writing. I’ve had people help me to keep going in my story and 
they didn’t even know about it. For example; I use what my friends might like or look like and put that little 
trait in my character.

#4 – What is next for your writing?
In the future I’m going to have more published books from picture books to hardcore big reading books. Plus I
can see some of my books and my writing on about every book site and store being sold to kids and adults. In 
my writing I love to put messages inside and I want people to know and understand and use them daily in their 

#5 – Do you have an addiction to reading as well as writing? If so, what are you currently reading? 

I enjoy writing my stories as much I love reading other books. When it comes to reading I do get addicted and 
can’t put away a book until it’s over, especially a good book like the Outsiders, Hunger Games, Harry Potter. 
Just recently I started reading the Harry Potter series because my brother told me it’s even better than the movie. 
Oh, he was SO right!

I love all those books and once a read one part or a chapter, I started asking myself “What’s next?” or “She’s  
so mean, why did she do that!?” After that I am just carried away with the words and imagination to find the 
answers. You’ll be lucky enough to get me to answer back when you call me, once I’m in the zone of writing or 
reading, there’s no turning back until….

DESCRIBE Your Book in 1 Tweet:

An inspiring book teaching friendship and imagination 
A swirl on every page of fun for your child to read 
A story that puts a smile on your face 
The cure to help your sick friend to feel better 
Want a fun you? 
Be inspired while reading 
Perfect book to read together

This or That?

#1 - iPd or Mp3?
#2 – Chocolate or Vanilla?
Can I say both?

#3 – Mashed Potatoes or French Fries?
Mashed Potatoes, I love love love sour cream with it.

#4 – Comedy or Drama?
Comedy, I love a good laugh.

#5 – Danielle Steel or Nicholas Sparks?
I think they both are very interesting people with an amazing and creative mind.

#6 – Fantasy or Reality?

#7 – Call or Text?
Matters on whom I’m speaking too, if it’s one of my best friends then call. Other than that…let’s stay with the
text. But in all I do love calls better than texts.

#8 – Public School or Home School?
Public school

#9 – Coffee or Hot Chocolate
Hot chocolate, I can’t stand the smell of coffee

#10 – eBook or Paperback?
Paperback because they won’t shut down on you when it’s out of battery.

Author Bio:
At age thirteen Natalie Tinti is a multi-award winning author, illustrator, of 12 children’s books and an inspirational public speaker who promotes varied uplifting messages for her peers as well as their parents. Despite this early success as an artist Natalie was recommended to repeat Kindergarten as her teacher thought she didn’t have adequate language function and memory recall. However, this apparent set back would later serve as a valuable growth experience in her social awareness and desire to help her classmates. Natalie’s books gave her a platform for speaking at various venues where she promoted the empowerment of children to include: the value of social skills for overall happiness and as a tool in dealing with bullies, appreciating one’s unique talents and personality to bolster self-confidence, and challenging children of all ages to build friendships by having the courage to include others.

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Virtual Book Tour April 27 - May 25

April 28 - The Avid Reader - Guest Post
April 29 - My Reading Addiction - Interview
April 30 - Bunny's Reviews - Interview
May 1 - Texas Book Nook - Review
May 2 - Books, Books, the Magical Fruit - Guest Post
May 4 - Book Reviews By Dee - Guest Post
May 6 - The Avid Reader - Giveaway
May 7 - Author Ever Leigh - Interview
May 8 - Growing Up Little - Review
May 9 - The Serial Reader - Guest Post 
May 11 - Just Me, Myself, and I - Review
May 13 - Mythical Books - Guest Post
May 14 - Green Frog Reviews - Review
May 15 - Inside BJ's Head - Giveaway
May 16 - Gimme the Scoop Reviews - Guest Post
May 17 - Books and Needlepoint - Giveaway
May 18 - My Devotional Thoughts - Interview
May 19 - Debbie Jean - Review
May 20 - Deal Sharing Aunt- Review
May 21 - Bianca2B - Giveaway
May 24 - Book Referees - Review/Interview
May 25 - RABT Reviews - Review