Tea With Rasputin, by Rolf Richardson @rrbooktours1 #RRBookTours

Welcome to the blog tour for gripping, thriller, Tea with Rasputin by Rolf Richardson! Tea with Rasputin Publication Date: July 22, 2020 Genre: Thriller GRIPPING GLOBE-TROTTING THRILLER WITH SURPRISES AND UNEXPECTED EVENTS It’s 1992 and during a routine layover in Anchorage Alaska, Greg Wilton (a First Officer with British World Airways) disappears without trace. Back…

#review #mustread Scottish Alliance, by J. Shepard

MY REVIEW: 4.5 stars, rounded up to 5. A quick review for a quick read… This book is super fast and easy, 26 must-read pages to be exact, and it took me less than an hour to devour it. It’s also available on Kindle Unlimited, so if you subscribe then you really have no excuse,…

#review #5stars Cujo, by Stephen King

MY REVIEW: There’s an obvious reason that Cujo is a classic, and it isn’t just because Stephen King is popular in general. I’ve been reading more of his work than ever before, and so far this is my favorite that I’ve read this year. It set a pretty awesome tone for Halloween month, and I’ll…

#booktour Emergence, by Shira Shiloah @RRTours1 @ShiraShiloahMD

Welcome to the tour for exciting medical thriller, Emergence by Shira Shiloah MD! Read on for an exclusive excerpt and a chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card! Emergence Publication Date: September 15th, 2020 Genre: Medical Thriller A SCALPEL WIELDING VILLAIN. A HEALTHCARE SYSTEM THAT FAILS. A WHISTLEBLOWER THAT PROTECTS HER PATIENTS – NO…

To Reap the Spirit, by Sarah Lampkin #booktour @RRBookTours1 @Lamkin_S

Congrats to author Sarah Lampkin on the release if the third installment in her Dead Dreamer series, To Reap the Spirit! Read on for an excerpt, schedule details, and a chance to win a digital collection of all 3 books! To Reap the Spirit Publication Date: October 13th, 2020 Genre: New Adult/ Urban Fantasy Sanguis daretur. Ignis…

#review #5stars Lyrical Chaos, by Samantha Sanchez

MY REVIEW: If you read my review of the first Prodigal book by Samantha Sanchez then you know that I enjoyed the story enough to jump directly into the second book, and you also know that there was a certain character that I was on the fence with. It isn’t the main character Lyric, but…