MARVELOUS MAY GIVEAWAY!

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May is here!

I’m SO glad spring has finally sprung in Minnesota. To celebrate, there’s plenty of brightly colored items in this month’s prize pack!

Enter here!

Marvelous May includes:

  • Surprise signed paperback

  • Flowery glass water bottle

  • Heart mug

  • ‘Sorry I’m Booked’ tote 

  • “Nonsense” pouch

  • Odds & Ends AND This & That jars for spring organization 

  • Three pairs of May theme socks

  • Harloe swag pack (cup, koozie, chapstick, sticker, button)

    GOOD LUCK!

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Blog Birthday Giveaway! Enter to Win!

Flippin' Pages

Hello friends!  Thank you so much for supporting our blog over the last year.  Yes, that is correct – we are one year old this month.  Last year about this time we were messaging through Facebook and just out of the blue we decided to start a book review blog.  Then, just a few days (two or three) later we had it all put together and were publishing our first blog post.  We had no clue what we were doing, but we were so excited and so looking forward to this great new adventure.  Since that first blog post, we have grown steadily and we’ve even branched out to Twitter and Facebook.

To celebrate our blog-birthday, we’d like to offer you a chance to win one of three prizes.  All you need to do to enter is to fill out the Rafflecopter form – just click on the link below. 

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#Giveaway #Competition Who Would Like Some New Books?!

Eats Plants, Reads Books

CompetitionYes, I’m a little bit late to say it’s for the blogiversary of Eats Plants, Reads Books but I have decided to host a giveaway anyway because what random free books are the best kind of books. I have put together a list of some of my favourite books; and some that I am most looking forward to getting to read. All you have to do to win two of your choice of the below reads is subscribe to Eats Plants, Reads Books and tweet/retweet this post. That’s it* Winner will be selected at random on Sunday 8th April.

So, which of these wonderful books would most like to get your mitts on? Will you choose one of the books I selected in celebration of women’s writing for International Womens Day, or will you go for one of my more recent selections? I’m dying to hear which of…

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BOOK TALK WITH AUTHOR DEBBIE DE LOUISE

Mollie Hunt: Crazy Cat Lady Mysteries and more

My guest today— my first guest ever for my new Book Talk series— is Debbie De Louise. Debbie is the author of The Cobble Cove Mystery series (A Stone’s Throw, Between a Rock and a Hard Place, and Written in Stone). Other of ber books include CloudyRainbow; a romantic comedy novella, When Jack Trumps Ace; and several short stories. Her latest, a standalone mystery, Reason toDie,  will be out this coming month of April.

Welcome, Debbie!

I see you have written both stand-alone books and a series. Which do you prefer to write? To read? Why?

I prefer to read and write both standalones and series books. I like getting to know and follow characters from book to book in a series, but I also like a story that is complete start to finish. I enjoy alternating between series and standalones.

Like me…

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Medieval Monday with my friend Mary Morgan

Sherry Ewing

It’s Medieval Monday and it’s my pleasure to welcome back my friend Mary Morgan who has a snippet from her novel, A Highland Moon Enchantment. Mary will be giving away a signed print book to a random comment that will be drawn at the end of this Medieval Monday blog hop. Be sure to leave her a comment for your chance to win! Happy reading and enjoy!

Excerpt:

Both druids lifted their hands upward and raised their joined voices as one. “Let the lights from the stars cast their glow down upon the longest night which greets us once again. The land slumbers, and the battle between the Oak King and aging Holly King begins anew. Though the skies are cold and dreary, we rejoice in song and feasting as this night encloses us in her embrace. For we fear naught, since the moon and stars will light our path…

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Celebrate the Book Birthday of My First Cozy Mystery with a Free e-Copy

Ruff Drafts

The first book of my Cobble Cove cozy mystery is free on Monday, March 5; Tuesday, March 6; and Wednesday March 7. You can get it here on those days: myBook.to/Stonesthrow2

If you’re a Kindle Unlimited subscriber, all my eBooks are free. check them out on my author page: Author.to/DebbieDeLouise

Widowed librarian Alicia Fairmont needs answers…

After her husband is killed in a hit and run accident, Alicia travels upstate to his hometown of Cobble Cove, New York. She hopes to locate his estranged family and shed light on his mysterious past. Anticipating staying only a weekend, her visit is extended when she accepts a job at the town’s library.

Secrets stretch decades into the past…

Assisted by handsome newspaper publisher and aspiring novelist, John McKinney, Alicia discovers a connection between her absent in-laws and a secret John’s father has kept for over sixty years. Her investigation is interrupted when…

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Sneaky Interviews Socrates, the Dog from Paws and Predicaments by Bethany Blake

Sneaky The Library Cat's Blog

Meow there. It’s Sneaky with another character pet interview. Today, I chatted with the dog from Paws and Predicaments by Bethany Blake. This new cozy mystery is on tour with Escape with Dollycas Into a Good Book.

Hello, pup. Please tell me your name and your author’s name.

My name is Socrates, and my author’s name is Bethany Blake.

What book(s) have you appeared in?

I have appeared in Death by Chocolate Lab, Dial Meow for Murder and Pawprints & Predicaments. These are all “cozy mysteries,” although I am not a cuddly, cozy kind of canine.

I see. Tell me about your series.

The series is called the Lucky Paws Petsitting Mysteries. My person, Daphne Templeton, is a pet sitter who solves murders on the side, although I know she sees me rolling my eyes and hears me growling to let her know that I think she should leave…

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