Friday, January 15, 2021

PROMO Blitz: Dew Upon Glass by Emilie Dallaire #promo #fantasy #rabtbooktours @RABTBookTours

 

 


Urban Fantasy

Date Published: November 30th 2020



A tale of two communities learning to live in harmony but will the trust stay strong between them?

After everything they have gone through. Why now? Why this?

Kelpie and Jason grew up in peaceful solitude, at one with nature. Yet when they are forced to move, they are also forced to change. Nevertheless, they grow to appreciate this new life and the harmony between both the human and the fae societies. When the killings start, their tranquillity is threatened and in their midst a well of fear, mistrust and discord has risen.

If she is to survive, she must learn to adjust and be ready for the danger hidden in the shadows. Will the life she fought so hard for fall to pieces? Or will Kelpie and Jason withstand the darkness and escape the misfortune of their troublesome cycle?


Excerpt

He was right, of course, but that didn’t settle the nerves twisting my gut.

At least he seemed to acknowledge that and he patted my thigh before slowly getting back up. “Why don’t you take the rest of the day? Decide what you want to do and if you need time alone to read, I can give you that. I’ll send you some coffee from that shop you like.”

...The pumpkin spice?”

I’ve told you a million times it’s out of season now.” His grin seemed to quirk at the question, but he wouldn’t laugh. At least, not while I was in the room.

I appreciated that, at the very least. I don’t think I would have been able to stomach his mockery. No, not mockery...I knew better than to label it as such a thing. That was the little voice talking to me. I took the book from him, nodded in thanks, and made my way back upstairs to our home. “Fine, surprise me then, since you know me so well.”

That comment did pull a laugh from him and I couldn’t help but smile. It was a sweet sound to hear from his lips.


About the Author

Emilie Dallaire was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec and now enjoys her full-time job as a QA Lead in the Gaming Industry. After having the unique opportunity to have her works - 'My Demon' and 'Starved' - published in the Melting Pot Anthology (compiled by Syndie Beaupre), she has finally been able to switch her attention more to her true passion; writing! The project reignited her deep affection for the written word and gave life back to her childhood dream.

Throughout and since her youth, Dallaire has always had a wild imagination allowing her to be the author she is today. The author likes to unwind with classic Disney movies, video games, anime and photography, that all help her to relax while still stimulating her creative juices. Dallaire adores and is inspired by relatable fiction stories including impelling romances, of which you will often see incorporated into her own works.


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Release Blitz: Own Your Own Shift by Stacey Ruth @StaceyRuthSays #promo #releaseday #nonfiction #selfhelp #rabtbooktours @RABTBookTours @BookBuzznet

 

 


The Power, Passion & Freedom to Be Unstoppable

Self-Help

Date Published: January 15, 2021



During major shifts, we can feel blocked, unsure, or even like an impostor. This is natural, because the more important an activity is to your soul’s evolution, the more resistance there is to it. In Own Your Own Shift, Stacey reveals her powerful 12-Stage Shift Process to break through that resistance. She demystifies the path to uncovering our true selves, passions, values and purpose with certainty and confidence. The proven result is better decision-making, creativity, fulfillment, and even greater health.

Own Your Own Shift promises the true freedom, passion and power Stacey and many others have experienced – transforming how we view ourselves as leaders, as spiritual beings, and as deeply interdependent on one another. The world needs all of us, and the work we do, right now. It needs us to walk lovingly and courageously through our illusions, old beliefs and our fears. It requires that we learn how to be unstoppable – exactly as we are meant to be.



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Stacey Ruth is unstoppable. She is the founder of two 7-figure agencies, an acclaimed marketer, entrepreneur and award-winning author. She has been among the Top 50 Entrepreneurs in Atlanta, and twice awarded Top 100 “It” Agencies by Experiential Marketer – all before the age of 40.

It took a personal crisis to shatter her belief about what real success looked like. Now she is a certified life coach, an active speaker and retreat leader, bringing her blend of inspiration and action to the world.


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Thursday, January 14, 2021

Release Blitz: The Book of Bastards by Ransom Stephens #promo #fantasy #releaseday #giveaway #rabtbooktours @RABTBookTours @ransomstephens

 

 


Fantasy

Date Published: January 14, 2021

Publisher: The Intoxicating Page



Welcome to The Gold Piece Inn, where you can drink, gamble, and play!

Or hide.

Cursed on the day the king is assassinated, Dewey Nawton is compelled to protect the widowed queen, but protection means different things to different people (and different curses).

Kings have dictated every role Queen Dafina has ever played. Now, a halfling innkeeper assigns her the role of serving lass. But is The Gold Piece Inn just another tavern? Could it be an orphanage? … surely, it’s not a brothel.

Oh yes, she’s fallen from grace, but will that stop her from leading a handful of pirates and a dozen bastards to avenge her king and rescue Glandaeff’s faeries, elfs, and mermaids (and merbutlers!) from a brutal tyrant?


Dewey has a secret. Dafina has a secret. The Bastards have two secrets.

Is there even a sip of moral justice in all this bawdiness?


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The Book of Bastards combines a riveting, intense plot of righteous vengeance with tongue-in-cheek banter that will keep you turning the page with eager anticipation. With settings that make you wish they were real, characters you can't help but cheer for, and twists that keep you guessing, Ransom Stephens has crafted an engaging tale that makes every minute of reading, time well spent. I don't often reread a book, but I think I'll make an exception. Loads of fun. Highly recommended. – Brian D Anderson, million-selling author of The Bard and the Blade

A delightful, detailed tale about morality, being honest with yourself, and self-reflection, even when you don’t like what the glass has to show. A perfect treat for lovers of rich fantasy worldbuilding, gory battles, and the kind of thoughtful, character-driven stories that make your brain whirl, your imagination dance, and your heart surge.” -J.M. Frey, bestselling author of The Accidental Turn Series


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Dewey took his seat between the fireplace and the only glazed window in the building. He could see the street, the saloon, the casino, the red-carpeted stairway, and the balconies and rooms on the second and third floors. He listened to the minstrel’s ballad of a heartbroken pirate on a desert isle, ate salmon grilled in rosemary and served on sourdough bread, felt the warmth of the fire on one side and the cool evening fog on the other—and none of it soothed Dewey’s worries.

Then he saw her on the porch. She fell through the door but not the way drunks fall. She reached up as though climbing from an abyss, and wailed, “Oh gods, please help me. Anyone, please!”

Loretta got to her first, dropped to her knees, and took the woman’s hands.

The woman grabbed at Loretta, tears cascading down her face, sobs racking her from head to toe. “Please!”

It’ll be all right, dear. We’ll care for you.” She looked up at Dewey and added, “We will care for her.”

Dewey stood over them. Children accumulated. Teen-aged Aennie said, “She’s the cleanest beggar I’ve ever seen.”

Another kid plopped down next to the woman and held his worn black feet up to her clean pink soles. “Somefin wrong wit her feet.”

What the?” Loretta said. “Feet don’t come that clean. I’ve tried.” She held the woman at arm’s length and examined her. “She’s a bag of bones, must be starving—Macae, fetch salted bread.”

Get her out of sight,” Dewey said.

You know her?”

To the barn. Now!”

Loretta lifted her, muttered, “She weighs nothin’,” and guided her back outside.

The screech owl that lived in the barn announced to everyone within a mile that a stranger had arrived.

Dewey looked back at his inn. The minstrel had switched to a light ditty about a horny woman who carried drunk men into a field and took advantage of them—the sort of song that’s mostly chorus so anyone can sing along. Children were underfoot and some of the goats had found their way back inside. Bob was pouring ale and wine, the servers who weren’t delivering food and drink were lounging on the laps of smiling patrons. A serving-lad named Faernando slipped off a sinewy woman, the profiteer sailor and card-cheat named Baertha. She threw the lad over her shoulder and carried him to the stairs just as the chorus returned to “she threw the boy down, he popped up, and she made him a man.” The crowd erupted. Baertha took a bow, the lad waved, and Dewey held out his hand. As she passed, Baertha dug into her belt and tossed a silver ohzee. Dewey said, “You give him two of those when you’re through. If you hurt him, it’ll piss off the wrong kinds of faeries.”

In other words, it was just another night at The Gold Piece Inn, and no one had noticed the beggar at the door.

Dewey rushed through the kitchen and out to the barn. He dodged sheep, rabbits, a sleeping cow, nearly stepped on the tail of an old bloodhound, and climbed the ladder. The loft was covered in straw and cordoned into sections by blankets of differing color and quality. The woman lay on a brown blanket next to an unshuttered window that let in the last light of the day. Loretta appeared to be threatening her with a baguette.

She’s lovely but there’s nothin’ to her,” Loretta said to Dewey. And then to the woman. “You faer?”

I require your aid,” the woman said. “Please, my children …”

Loretta took a bite of the baguette dripping with salty olive oil and then offered it to the woman again. “Never seen a beggar who won’t eat. She elfin? Your kind?”

No, she’s as human as you are.”

Loretta leaned forward and sniffed the woman’s neck. “She don’t smell like a human.”

She bathes. Some people do that, you should try it.” Dewey helped the woman up.

Loretta examined her hands, no scars or calluses. She ran her fingers through her long, straight black hair and mumbled, “Fine as silk.”

Dewey said, “When have you ever touched silk?”

Loretta said. “I didn’t think skin got that pale.”

The woman’s eyes lost focus, and she fainted.

Farqin shite!” Dewey said, “Get some water—nay, a blast of brandy.”

Loretta dropped down the ladder in a fluid, practiced motion.

Dewey waited a few more seconds and then whispered, “Queen Dafina, what are you doing here?”

She sat up straight, dabbed her eyes, and said, “I require your help.”

You have to get out of here.”

You must assemble the bodies of my husband and children.” Her voice cracked. “They require decent burial.”

The usurper has them. There’s nothing I can do.”

I can pay you more than you can imagine.”

Maybe so but pay means nothing to a dead man.”

Think of the favors I can grant, I can—” and then she went quiet and looked down, blubbering out the words, “My children, my husband, everyone is dead.”

I’m not, and don’t plan to be any time soon.”

She looked up at him and then around. She fondled the rough threads of the blanket and pulled a piece of straw through a gap in the weave. A lamb bleated below, and a mouse scurried across a rafter overhead.

Surely you don’t want to watch more people die.”

The Queen stood and bumped her head on a beam. Dust sprinkled onto her face. “No,” she said. “No, anything but that.”

I’d like to help,” he said. “Dozens of good people, your subjects and their children, live here—you’re duty bound to protect them, and you know what Lukas will do if you’re found here.”

Right.” She started down the ladder and Dewey held her steady. “I’ll go.” She stepped toward the barn door and Dewey nudged her, gently at first and then with a bit of authority to the side exit that led to an alley out of view of High Street.

He put two silver ohzees in her hand and said, “Take the morning barge back to Glomaythea or get passage on a ship to Nantesse—isn’t that your home?”

It was.”

He gripped her shoulders and rotated her to face him. He waited for her to look up and said. “You asked for my help and I have helped you. Right?”

Yes, thank you good sir.”

He oriented her downhill and gave her a shove. She staggered into the dark alley and down the hill that would take her back to the marketplace if she followed it. She said, “My babies are dead. They’re all dead.”

Dewey shut the gate just as Loretta appeared with a goblet of brandy.

Just in time,” he said. He took it and drank.


About the Author

Ransom Stephens has searched for the Holy Grail in Cornwall and Wales but settled for a cracked coffee mug. He’s won several awards, but they’ve all been named after people he’d never heard of which made for awkward acceptance speeches. The author of four previous novels on simple, non-controversial topics like science vs religion in The God Patent, technology vs environmentalism in The Sensory Deception, oligarchy vs anarchy in The 99% Solution, and love vs money in Too Rich to Die, in his latest, The Book of Bastards, he offers readers what they really want, a story of bawdiness washed down with a sip of moral justice.

I’m a fairly accomplished scientist and technologist, all the details at https://contact.ransomstephens.com


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Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Blog Tour: A Sweet, Soft Glow by Josh Magnotta #blogtour #scifi #giveaway #interview #rabtbooktours @joshuacmagnotta @SydeFyre @RABTBookTours

 

  

Science Fiction

Date Published: December 15, 2020

Publisher: FyreSyde Publishing



In the ten years since John Malley lost his wife and daughter, he has slowly faded into obscurity in a rural Pennsylvania town. He spends his days at the local bar and tries to numb the pain of his loss. That is, until Ted’s Dead Rose Tavern becomes the home of the biggest mass killing in the history of the town. John, the lone survivor of the killing-spree, is forced on the run. He heads north where he hopes to hide out at his brother’s house.

Meanwhile, in New York City, young Melanie Parker investigates a disturbing new trend she discovered online. From what she has learned, metallic black bands worn along the forearm are responsible for some form of mind control. Skeptical of this theory, Melanie embarks on a night time excursion that places her in the middle of a riot in the middle of the city. Melanie fights for her life as chaos spreads throughout the city.

As John witnesses the events in New York, he is compelled to take action. But once in the city, John is forced to confront his past.




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Is There a Message in Your Novel That You Want Readers to Grasp?

I would just like people to consider the influence social media and similar technologies play in their lives. 

 

Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing?

There are always times when you hit writer’s block and don’t really know where to go next. But besides that, I can’t think of anything. Writing is a creative outlet for me and a way to escape. 

 

 

How many books have you written and which is your favorite?

A Sweet, Soft Glow is my first novel. I am working on a second. I published a science fiction anthology in summer but Glow is my only full-length novel at the moment. 

 

 

 

If You had the chance to cast your main character from Hollywood today, who would you pick and why?

Josh Brolin. 

 

 

When did you begin writing?

I have always enjoyed writing. I started to really feel confident about writing in elementary school after receiving a compliment from a teacher. 

 

 

How long did it take to complete your first book?

Because I wasn’t consistent it probably took a little longer. I think it was about a year and a half. But when you add the editing process and all of that it was over two years.

 

 

Did you have an author who inspired you to become a writer?

 Not really.

 

 

What is your favorite part of the writing process?

I enjoy the process that comes before I even begin writing. The daydreaming, questioning, what if, scenario building phase that is vital to creating the story even though I am not actually writing at that point. 

 

Describe your latest book in 4 words.

Fear, control, loss, pain

 

 

 

Can you share a little bit about your current work or what is in the future for your writing?

 

A Sweet, Soft Glow was inspired by the impact of social media on the way we think and act. Through a symbolic device, characters become pawns used for the destruction of humanity. Taken to an extreme, I look at the way society could easily fall victim to sinister plots without even knowing what is happening. 

For my next story I am looking at branching out and writing something in the realm of romance. 


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Josh Magnotta has been a resident of northern Pennsylvania for most of his life. Throughout his early life and teenage years he was an avid writer but during college drifted away from the passion as work and other priorities took precedence. In 2014 he graduated from college and soon began working a swing shift in a factory. It was here, during off shifts where Josh would read during the night to stay awake, that his passion for writing was rekindled. After leaving the factory-life behind Josh went back to college and began work on his first novel, A Sweet, Soft Glow. He has since been writing ever since.


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Monday, January 11, 2021

Giveaway Blitz: Eat Your Heart Out by Shirley Goldberg #promo #romcom #giveaway #chicklit #rabtbooktours @RABTBookTours @mylifeasadate

 

 


BOOK 2 IN STARTING OVER SERIES

ROMANTIC WOMEN’S FICTION/ ROM COM/ CHICK LIT

Publisher: THE WILD ROSE PRESS


Guess the release date of Shirley's new rom com, Eat Your Heart Out, about two foodie friends.

Win a $25 Amazon Gift Card and an e-copy of Eat Your Heart Out.

Everyone who correctly guesses the date will get one entry into the draw.

Bonus entries (following Shirley on various socials) will up your chances to win.

This book is so brand new it doesn’t even have a cover yet!

Enter now, promo ends January 13th


Book Blurb

When a tyrant in stilettos replaces her beloved boss, and her ex snags her coveted job, teacher Dana Narvana discovers there are worse things than getting dumped on Facebook. Time for the BFF advice squad, starting with Dana's staunchest ally, Alex—hunky colleague, quipster, and cooking pal extraordinaire. But when the after-hours smooching goes nowhere, she wonders why this grown man won't make up his mind.

Alex Bethany's new lifestyle gives him the confidence to try online dating. What he craves is a family of his own until a life-altering surprise rocks his world. Knowing he's sending Dana mixed messages, Alex panics when he thinks he's blown his chance with his special person. From appetizers to the main course will these two cooking buddies make it to dessert?


Excerpt

So this is what it’s like being on a date with you,” she said. “Oh.” Hesitating, as if she’d caught herself. “This isn’t a date, is it? Oh, I’m not belittling your gesture, bringing me to this fine establishment. But it isn’t a date because you’re still seeing that woman, the one you asked me about. You remember, don’t you? During our planning session.”

A ping of discomfort as he recalled asking Dana how to recognize the signs that a woman was interested. What could be more awkward? This. This was definitely up there on the list of more awkward moments.

Honestly, I didn’t think too much—I mean we’re friends and colleagues.” He picked up his wine glass. At this rate, he’d have to order a second bottle simply to block his mind from where it persisted in going, Dana-wise. That little flash of skin, her show of bravery on the supervisor-from-hell front, even her feistiness toward him. Well, she had a point about the date.

You’ve always been straight with me,” she said. “Do it again, be straight.”

Alex leaned in, took the piece of bread from her hand and placed it on the plate, then pushed the plate out of the way. “Come closer,” he said. “I want to whisper sweet somethings in your ear.”


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Shirley Goldberg is a writer, novelist, and former ESL and French teacher who’s lived in Paris, Crete, and Casablanca. She writes about men and women of a certain age starting over. Her website http://midagedating.com offers a humorous look at living single and dating in mid life, and her friends like to guess which stories are true. Eat Your Heart Out is the second book in the series Starting Over. Middle Ageish, the first, is available now. Her characters believe you should never leave home without your sense of humor and Shirley agrees.

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Saturday, January 9, 2021

PROMO Blitz: Sassy Saguaros #promo #humor #arizona #plants #nonfiction #photography #rabtbooktours @RABTBookTours @SassySaguaros @mkwebsiteandseo

 

 

 

Humor, Arizona, Plants/Trees, Photography

Date Published: August 26, 2020

Publisher: Mindstir Media



NO ALTERATIONS! NO DISGUISES! NO PHOTOSHOP!

Steve Ryan spent months hiking and biking the beautiful Southwest Sonoran Desert, suffering more flat tires than he can count in his search for Saguaros that had something to "say". Sassy Saguaros features the photographs he took of the most interesting subjects--based on their looks and personalities--and the hilarious captions he added (Steve is also a part-time comedian).

These desert dwellers--which often weigh several tons and can live up to 200 years--are brought to life in the wonderful, wacky world of Sassy Saguaros. Get ready to laugh out loud and see how "human" this giant cactus can be!


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 Steve Ryan, explorer and photographer, has lived in the Sonoran Desert for over 40 years. Steve is now retired and devoted to sharing the beauty-and “sass”-of the famous Saguaro cactus.

Steve Ryan spent years hiking and biking the beautiful Southwest Sonoran Desert, suffering more flat tires than he can count in his search for Saguaros that had something to say. Sassy Saguaros features the photographs he took of the most interesting subjects-based on their looks and personalities-and the hilarious captions he added. These desert dwellers-which often weigh several tons and can live up to 200 years-are brought to life in the wonderful, wacky world of Sassy Saguaros. Get ready to laugh out loud and see how “human” this giant cactus can be!


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Friday, January 8, 2021

Book Blitz: Death in Champagne Shores by Amie Denman @amiedenman #promo #cozymystery #mystery #rabtbooktours #giveaway @RABTBookTours

 

 


A Champagne Shores Cozy Mystery, book 2

Cozy Mystery

Date Published: November 20, 2020



Champagne Shores, Florida, is a beach town in need of a paint job.

What it doesn’t need…is a murder.

Champagne Shores, Florida, is poised to become a tourist magnet, but a murder in the marina threatens the town’s sunny reputation. Sure, the marina’s owner had been a thorn in the local chamber of commerce’s side, but he hadn’t really made serious enemies…had he?

Millie Silver wants her True Colors Paint Store to inspire a makeover for her hometown, and she’s busy leading the Champagne Shores Revitalization Committee. But when she and her dog Sunshine discover the body of the marina’s owner, they find themselves on the trail of a murderer. The clues and suspects stack up and include an estranged wife, surly fishermen, and a flashy group of treasure hunters flaunting the Spanish gold they find offshore.

While the town repaints and reinvents itself using Millie’s color inspiration, Millie recruits her family and friends to help the police chief uncover secrets, grudges, and even sunken treasure along the Florida coast.


Excerpt from chapter 3

Chief Parker propped his elbows on my paint counter and waited. I knew he was a patient man, but if he was expecting me to blow his case wide open, there was disappointment in his near future.

I didn’t see anything,” I said. “No crazed killer rushing from the scene, no one lurking about to see if anyone noticed his handiwork.”

Or hers,” my sister put in.

I gave her a raised eyebrow. “Do you really think Lisa would murder him instead of just divorcing him? How would that benefit her?”

The chief frowned. “Haven’t gotten to beneficiaries, but money is a common motivator. And secrets.”

Could be both,” Tiffany suggested. I knew she heard a lot of secrets in her line of work, but the morning’s events were too raw for me to want to inquire.

This is going to get more complicated before it’s over. Probably before the day’s over,” Chief Parker said.

I feel bad for Richard,” I said. “We’re talking about his death as a complication, but it hardly seems fair to him.”

Tiffany slipped an arm around me in a half-hug. “I know it’s upsetting.”

I wish I could have seen his reaction to Ocean Sunrise Blue at sunrise,” I said. It seemed so unjust that he never got to see it. Paint colors are a living thing and appreciating them is a rare and beautiful pleasure life offers. Sharing it is my gift. And so is finding dead bodies in Champagne Shores, it seems.

I thought lightning didn’t strike twice in the same place.”

We all looked to the shop door where Aunt Minerva stood, hands on hips. She wore her red knitting glasses and at least two different strands of yarn were stuck to her blouse. She had obviously left the house in a hurry.

Lightning can strike anywhere in the right atmospheric conditions,” Darwin said.

My aunt’s worried expression softened for a moment and then returned to full-on flustered. “I’m not even going to ask if it’s true that you discovered another body. You all look serious and I’m guessing there’s a reason the chief’s got his antacids out this early.”

Chief Parker thumbed a white disc from the roll in his hand and closed his eyes for a moment as he chewed.

Well?” Aunt Minerva asked.

I sighed. “I went to see Richard Croy about the paint color, but his shop was still locked. Sunshine drew my attention to a boat where we found Richard dead on the deck.”

Poor Sunshine,” Aunt Minerva said, giving my dog a kiss on the nose before coming over to me and giving me a warm hug. She’d been a mother to me, Tiffany, and Darwin ever since our own parents died in an accident when we were almost too young to remember them. “Have you already figured out who did it?” she asked as she drew back and patted my cheek.

What? No. And I’m not getting involved.”

You’re already involved,” Aunt Minerva said.

I shook my head. No way was I getting dragged into another murder investigation.

Sunshine didn’t touch the body this time,” I said, feeling that I’d found a particularly strong piece of exonerating evidence. “So I’m not directly involved.”

Everyone—even Darwin—gave me a skeptical look.

Well, she didn’t,” I said, hearing the note of petulance in my own voice.

Silence prevailed for a moment, and then the chief’s chair creaked as he put his antacids in his chest pocket and got up. “We’ll wait for time of death from the medical examiner, and maybe that will give us a starting point. I probably don’t need to ask when the last time was you saw him.” He paused and waited. “Alive, I mean.”


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Amie Denman lives in a small town in Ohio with her husband and sons. She has published more than 40 novels—romance, mystery, and women’s fiction. When she's not reading or writing, she's walking and running outside. The victim of a lifetime of curiosity, she's chased fire trucks on her bicycle just to see what's going on. Amie believes that everything is fun: especially roller coasters, wedding cake, and falling in love.


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