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Diverse Book Tours presents Hush Puppy by Lisa T. Cresswell +Rafflecopter Giveaway

Plot Summary:

Intelligent Corrine, abandoned by her mother, and artsy Jamie, forced to play football by a redneck father, both dream of leaving their podunk town and never looking back. 328 more words

Elite Book Promo's presents a Guest Post by the author of The Invitation, Dawn Kohler

The Invitation by Dawn Kohler

Despite having a loving fiancé, Kate Edwards is haunted by a feeling that something is missing in her life.

After losing her job as a reporter, a sense of inspiration is ignited by an invitation to spend the weekend with Emma Daines, a retired professor of social anthropology and the former US ambassador to Germany. 539 more words


Here are some festive and historic December book suggestions.

Ages 3-7
Christmas Trolls by Jan Brett
The Christmas Miracle Of Jonathan Toomey by Susan Wojciechowski (19th Century) 159 more words


Book Review of The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

“In this moment, I swear, we are infinite.” Who doesn’t want to feel infinite? It sounds so…beautiful and fantastic and empowering! But what does it even mean to be infinite? 474 more words


BPIC Promotions presents Rebecca York's The Off World Cookbook +Review

The Off World Cookbook

by Rebecca York

Genre: Cookbook

Release Date: December 8, 2015

Do you ever want to know more about the background and environment of the characters in a story? 788 more words

Fall Reading

Growing up all I wanted to see was leaves change colors in the Fall. The weather would cool down and the trees began losing their leaves, but down in South Texas the closest we get to changing colors was leaves turning brown on the ground. 267 more words

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Diverse Book Tours Presents the Review of Brit Brinson's Dia of the Dead

Dia Of The Dead


ISBN: 978-0-9907401-0-0

Publisher: Big Moon Press

Pages: 276

Genre: Young Adult/Paranormal

Plot Summary of Dia of the Dead:

Protecting Romero High from all things supernaturally spooky as Dia Muerto is a tough gig for sixteen-year-old actress Dia Summers, but it’s nothing compared to protecting the ones she loves from real, live—well, formerly alive—zombies. 469 more words