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Monday, February 24, 2020

Tour Kick Off: Kirsten Howard's Biggest Fan by Patrick Hueller #blogtour #ontour #rabtbooktours #youngadult #yafiction @PatrickHueller

Young Adult Fiction
Published Date: 2-11-20
Publisher: INtense Publications LLC

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Meet Michael Jordan Duncan; if you say his name fast enough, it sounds like Michael Jordan Dunking—which is intentional. Thanks, Dad. Mike is a sports fanatic who seems to have everything going for him: a recent growth spurt, a best friend who’s even more sports-obsessed than he is, and a (mutual?) crush on Kirsten Howard, the best player on the girls’ basketball team. Yep, everything’s shaping up nicely…. until he gets injured and his friend gets crazy. All the sudden Mike’s life isn’t looking so great, and that’s before a scandal that implicates both Kirsten and her coach, aka Mike’s father.

Patrick Hueller lives, teaches, and writes in St. Paul, Minnesota. His YA novels have been selected for several “best-of” lists, including the Junior Library Guild, the ALA’s Rainbow List, and YALSA’s Quick Picks for Reluctant Readers. He’s against instant replay in sports but in favor of it in life. Learn more about Patrick and his books at

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Twitter: @PatrickHueller

Books 2 Read

February 24 - Nana's Book Reviews - Spotlight
February 25 - Book Junkiez - Excerpt
February 26 - Bookworm Lodge - Spotlight
February 26 - The Indie Express - Review
February 27 - Jazzy's Book Reviews - Excerpt
February 28 - Books, Dreams, Life - Spotlight

February 28 - RABT Reviews - Wrap Up

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Tour Kick Off: El Gringo by Edmond Salus #blogtour #rabtbooktours #nowontour #fiction

Date Published: January 2018

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Sonny Galas is an only child being raised by his mother-a widow---and the loving help of his grandfather, also widowed. Living in a Santa Monica apartment complex owned by 'Grandpa' all is well and average for this close-knit family until a certain French family come into the picture, in need of a place to rent. They soon show their colors in various ways, topping it off by slapping a suit on their patient, kind landlord. Sonny's family sees no better option than selling their only asset-the apartments-and getting far away from their Lawyer-packing tenants. Far, as in 'leaving the country', and this is where their true adventure begins. South of the border becomes their new home. 

From their journey through third-world narrow roads, small towns where no English is spoken, to long, hot unending desert roads and through humid coastal towns they continue toward their big city destination, Guadalajara, where their life begins and they encounter everything and everyone from kind helpers to con-artists and crazies and from strangers to good friends, both Mexican and American. From young boy to teenager, as the years pass, Sonny sees it all: his family's ups and downs, the country's ups and downs with its own political third-world corruption, and his own transformation from a simple boy in a new country to a growing youth, fully fluent in Spanish; a devilish yet fun-loving teenager now with roots firmly planted and sprouting happily in his new home, his new country. From the adventures and joys of boyhood with his friends and pals to the wild days through grade school, junior high and high school with the opportunities given him as a bi-lingual kid to living through the set-backs that could trouble any family-Mexican or American-even scare of the faint of heart, he takes it all in; after all, now he's Mexican. The fiestas, the friends, the awesome busy modern streets of Guadalajara in the early Seventies to the early Eighties, Guadalajara, the country's capital of Mariachis.

Edmond Salus

Barnes and Noble

February 24 - Nana's Book Reviews - Spotlight
February 25 - Silver Dagger Scriptorium - Spotlight
February 26 - Stephanie's Book Reviews - Spotlight
February 27 - Dina Rae Writes Stuff - Spotlight
February 28 - Tea Time and Books - Spotlight
March 2 - The Avid Reader - Interview
March 3 - Momma Says to Read or Not to Read - Spotlight
March 4 - Book Junkiez - Excerpt
March 5 - Book Reviews by Virginia Lee - Spotlight
March 6 - Beach Bound Books - Spotlight
March 9 - Jazzy's Book Reviews - Excerpt
March 10 - - Spotlight
March 11 - Crossroads Reviews - Spotlight
March 12 - Nesie's Place - Excerpt
March 13 - Stephanie's Life of Determination - Spotlight
March 16 - Secular Homeschool Today - Review
March 17 - Lisa Queen of Random - Spotlight
March 18 - Java John Z's - Guest Post
March 19 - Books, Dreams, Life - Spotlight
March 20 - My Reading Addiction - Interview
March 23 - I'm Shelfish - Spotlight
March 24 - Novel News Network - Review
March 25 - Book Corner News and Reviews - Spotlight
March 26 - The Indie Express - Review
March 27 - Esraay Ousry - Spotlight
March 30 - Momma and Her Stories - Excerpt
March 31 - Pen and Novel - Spotlight
April 1 - A Life Through Books - Review
April 2 - Mythical Books - Spotlight
April 3 - Eileen Troemel - Spotlight
April 6 - Texas Book Nook - Review
April 9 - On a Reading Bender - Review


April 24 - RABT Reviews - Wrap Up

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Tour Kick Off: The Decisions We Make by Travis Towns #blogtour #nowontour #selfhelp #nonfiction #rabtbooktours #giveaway

How Our Decisions Produce Success in Our Lives

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In the Decisions We Make, readers will learn a new mindset that will help make their dreams and goals a reality.

Most of us don’t know how important it is to make the proper decisions. Good decisions can make our lives run smoothly. Unfortunately, we often repeat our mistakes. Even though we know the likely outcome, we hope for different results.

The decisions we make in our lives affect our jobs, relationships, and financial situations. They also affect our mental health. Everything that happens to us in life is a direct result of our decisions we have made. Once we understand the effects of our decisions, we can then reap the rewards of making quality decisions that propel our lives forward instead of holding us back.

Some decisions can be destructive and change our lives in seconds with no chance of recovery. It is important to understand the value of making proper decisions. They can literally mean the difference between life and death.

Praise for The Decisions We Make:

"This book examines some important points regarding decisions and decision-making. The author begins by defining a decision as a choice made after thinking about it. The thinking process required to make any decision will be influenced by our beliefs and priorities. Priorities need to be considered at all times; merely depending on what happens will lead to our being controlled by our environment instead of controlling it....Small, at just 24 pages and almost pocket-sized, his book could be kept in a purse or car to help readers when a tough situation arises, offering a reminder to consider priorities and beliefs and take charge of one’s life in positive ways. It might also be useful in facilitating a discussion group on the subject of making positive choices and decisions." - The US Review of Books

Travis Towns is the founder and president of Feel Good Poems and the author of “The Decisions We Make”. He is a God-fearing man who believes that each person deserves to live the life that he or she desires. He lives in Philadelphia, and he is maximizing his decision-making potential so that he can teach others how to effectively make quality decisions that will take their lives to the next level.

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February 24 - Book Junkiez - Excerpt
February 25 - Beach Bound Books - Spotlight
February 26 - Books, Dreams, Life - Excerpt
February 27 - The Avid Reader - Interview
February 28 - The Bookworm Lodge - Spotlight
February 29 - - Spotlight
March 1 - Ronda Bowen - Guest Post
March 2 - Nesie's Place - Spotlight
March 3 - Texas Book Nook - Review
March 4 - Book Lover Blog - Spotlight
March 5 - Novel News Network - Review
March 6 - RABT Reviews - Wrap Up

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Tour Kick Off: Aurea Mediocritas by Gaston D. Cox #shortstories #blogtour #nowontour #rabtbooktours #giveaway

Aurea Mediocritas: A Book of Short Stories
Short Stories
Date Published October 2019
Publisher: Page Publishing

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The term, Aurea Mediocritas, refers to the golden mean, a balance between two extremes. ­ e characters in “Queerious”, faced with insurmountable odds in a society unaccepting of same-sex relationships and the hidden secrets which have divided the family.

The story "In a Nutshell," features an expedition in the Amazon, where an ancient ritual amulet is discovered by a young boy. He makes a wish on the amulet and rapidly began to age twenty-five years older. The boy's father makes a bargain and faces the consequences of his sacrifice at a price too dear to pay. The father desperately searches to find a balance between dealing with his own demons and striving to save his son.

In “For the Sake of my Enemies,” a young Japanese girl immigrates to the USA and joins the international police task force she was assigned to a US Federal case. On an assignment in Japan to bring back a crime boss who has ed from prosecution, she unravels an old Japanese cold case and found the man who killed her father and brother. She struggles to and balance, revenge or her mission.

Gaston D. Cox, a famous American writer, graduated from Irvine University College of Law and now lives in China. He fled the United States and came to China because of his wounds. First, he worked as an English teacher at Qiqihar University, then he transferred to Shanghai because he was not tolerant of the cold. He has been a university professor, legal adviser and medical representative for several years. Although a seven-foot man is a strong man, I have a delicate and sensitive heart. When I came to China, I was inspired and fell in love with writing. I published many books. The words are passionate and popular with many Chinese fans. His representative works include Cries of insanity, Aurea Mediocritas, Sounds of Silent, The Seventh Plague, and Life Cubed.

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February 24 - Momma Says to Read or Not to Read - Spotlight
February 25 - Book Junkiez - Excerpt
February 26 - The Avid Reader - Interview
February 27 - Mythical Books - Spotlight
February 28 - Nesie's Place - Excerpt
February 29 - Eileen Troemel - Spotlight
March 1 - Jazzy's Book Reviews - Excerpt
March 2 - Nana's Book Reviews - Spotlight
March 3 - Michelle Meng's Blog - Review
March 4 - Book Reviews by Virginia Lee - Spotlight
March 5 - Wining Wife - Review
March 6 - RABT Reviews - Wrap Up

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Tour Kick Off: Feasible Living by Ken Kroes #blogtour #nowontour #rabtbooktours #nonfiction #giveaway @ken_kroes

Date Published: November 28, 2019
Publisher: 1779671 Alberta Inc

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No matter which way we turn today, trends like pollution, climate change, and the 4th Industrial Revolution are impacting the ecosystems that you and I live in.

The thrust of the book is to bring awareness to major global trends that we are facing and to give suggestions on how to adapt and prepare for them.

Topics covered include mental health, physical health, employment and lifestyle, social impact, and emergency readiness.

There is an emphasis on mentoring our youth who are especially impacted by both the anxiety that these trends raise and their direct impacts.

Ken Kroes is the author of the Percipience Eco-Fiction Series and the non-fiction books, Feasible Planet and Feasible Living. He is passionate about our relationship with our planet and applies his diverse background which includes agriculture, mechanical engineering, and information systems into his writing. Born in Calgary, Canada he has a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and has had the pleasure of living in many locations in North America and has traveled extensively.

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February 24 - Book Lover Blog - Spotlight
February 25 - Jazzy's Book Reviews - Spotlight
February 26 - Book Junkiez - Excerpt
February 27 - Stephanie's Book Reviews - Spotlight
February 28 - B For Book Review - Excerpt
February 29 - Tea Time and Books - Spotlight
March 2 - The Avid Reader - Interview
March 3 - Silver Dagger Scriptorium - Spotlight
March 4 - Active Is My Way - Review
March 5 - Dina Rae Writes Stuff - Spotlight
March 6 - Books, Dreams, Life - Excerpt
March 7 - Nana's Book reviews - Spotlight
March 9 - A Life through Books - Interview
March 10 - Momma Says to Read or Not to Read - Spotlight
March 11 - Nesie's Place - Excerpt
March 12 - Book Reviews by Virginia Lee - Spotlight
March 13 - Texas Book Nook - Review
March 14 - Beach Bound Books - Spotlight
March 16 - - Spotlight
March 17 - On a Reading Bender - Review
March 18 - Crossroads Reviews - Spotlight
March 19 - I'm Shelfish - Spotlight
March 20 - RABT Reviews - Wrap Up

RABT Book Tours & PR