New Release Alert~ Annie Reynolds

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THE LIGHT WITHIN By: Annie Reynolds – Author is now live!! Read for #Free on #KindleUnlimited.

When I left I promised myself that I’d never return. I’d never come back. I’d started a new life away from the vicious little town I’d grown up in.

But then her letter had arrived and it changed everything. With no other choice, I had to go back.

I was forced into facing the past; the very past I had so determinedly escaped from, the same one held my mother’s demons and my first and only ever love, Callum McArthur.

He hadn’t just broken my heart, he’d shattered it, splintering it like a million shards of glass.

He’d turned me away when I needed him the most, the only person I could rely on had pushed me from my safety net just to watch me fall.

A dramatic story of first loves,

murder and above all finding ones

true-self through the darkness.





Athena: Warrior Queen of Yavdolo: Book Tour

Athena: The Warrior Queen of Yavdolo by Helen R. Davis

No of Pages: 140


Publication House: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.

Date of Publication: May 17, 2017

Genre: Science Fiction

Book Source: HFVBT

Star Rating: 4.5/5

Book Blurb:

Damlol is a planet located outside the reaches of Earth and the solar system, a peaceful world from which many colonists from Earth left centuries ago, fleeing a worldwide caliphate. But all is not as it seems. Athena, the princess of a country known as Yavdolo, is growing up in a turbulent time. The kingdom of Avodla desires to crush all other nations and cover the world in an oppressive dictatorship—similar to the one the colonists fled from so many centuries ago. This is the story of a girl of great courage and her many adventures, the first in a series.

Review: There are some great elements in the book such as the world it is based in. The amazing world of Yavdolo and their matriarchal traditions. It gave the book a fresh perspective and made it an easy read. The book is a great mixture of various colors, traditions and religions that makes it intriguing for its entire length. I was able to finish the book in one sitting and enjoyed Athena’s character as a strong woman and ruler. Even as a child, she had strong opinions and had the courage to stick to them. I had my wager on Athena from the beginning and it seemed to be justified as she proved to be a warrior.

Surprise Factor: The ending was a literal surprise for me.

Would I be reading more from Helena R Davis: Yes, I am looking forward to the next book from the author.

About Author:

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Helen R. Davis has a long interest in history, religion, politics, and all nations. Author of “Evita, My Life,” Ms. Davis has studied the ancient world through the gift of books since a very young age, her passion for Egypt and the era of Cleopatra kindled long ago. She has also researched and studied other times and eras and has a passion for strong women who have governed nations from the past to the present.

For more information, please visit Helen Davis’ website. You can also connect with her on Facebook and Twitter.


During the Blog Tour we will be giving away a paperback copy of Athena: Warrior Queen of Yavdolo! To enter, please enter via the Gleam form below.

Giveaway Rules

– Giveaway ends at 11:59pm EST on June 8th. You must be 18 or older to enter.
– Giveaway is open to residents in the US only.
– Only one entry per household.
– All giveaway entrants agree to be honest and not cheat the systems; any suspect of fraud is decided upon by blog/site owner and the sponsor, and entrants may be disqualified at our discretion.
– Winner has 48 hours to claim prize or new winner is chosen.

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COVER REVEAL~ REGINA TIMOTHY~ 50 Shakes of Amazingness 🚨🚨

cover-fifty-shakes-of-amazingness “One blender + fresh ingredients = 50 shakes to last you all summer!”


50 Shakes of Amazingness presents you with “50- crowd-pleasing and award-winning milkshakes presented in an easy, step-by-step format to ensure success for anyone.”


From the potassium-rich bananas to the free radical-fighting blueberries, and the nutrient-rich spinach, not forgetting the sweet almond milk – you can be sure of healthy, fun-filled shakes for you and your loved ones.


Filled with classic recipes such as the strawberry shake, and the chocolate shake which is presented with the owner’s own unique twist, this is a collection of simple, straightforward recipes that will help you enjoy a healthy, fun-filled summer.


Whether you are vacationing at some exotic location, enjoying the day at the beach, or simply spending some quality time with family, these simple, delicious recipes are all you need to keep you filled, fueled and smiling all through summer.


50 Shakes of Amazingness is a keeper for anyone who likes to delicious cold drinks or plans to get started.


Regina is happy to share with you some of her favourite shakes of all time.


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Regina is a writer, cookbook author, blogger and cooking teacher living in Nairobi Kenya.

Regina Timothy is passionate about food. Her articles and recipes appear regularly in Let’s Cook Kenya, Let’s Eat and Cooking magazine.

She loves sharing her recipes and kitchen knowledge, techniques and tips with homemakers all over the world.

50 Shakes of Amazingness is her second book after Full Circle which was released late last year and has been doing really well on Amazon store. Her second recipe book is scheduled for release later in the year.

Feel free to connect with Regina on Twitter at and visit her blog at

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Release date: December 12th June 2018


Price E-Book: $0.99


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The author will be awarding 5 copies of the recipe book to randomly drawn winners via Rafflecopter during the tour. Please share and comment, the more you comment, the better their chances of winning.

Enter to win a copy of 50Shakes of amazingness – a Rafflecopter giveaway





Book Tour: Triplet’s Curse: Marsha Black- June 10-16

The Triplet’s Curse- Hope’s Story


Publication Date: October 27, 2017 Reviewingnerds.com_Hope's Story

eBook: 290 Pages

Genre: Urban Fantasy/Paranormal YA

When the moon is full
High above the Earth
Three daughters shall be born
On their 16th birthday, their destiny will begin
One daughter, born with the knowledge of the future, yet blind of those closest to her.

As Hope’s 16th birthday nears, weird things happen. Then on the night of her 16th birthday, Hope awakens with a scream. An unbelievable nightmare becomes her reality, and she questions her sanity. Bryce, a new guy in town, arrives to help. In order to survive, three must work as one, or all is lost.


About the Author

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Mother of 2, avid reader, lover of anything and everything paranormal/supernatural. Enjoys reading, watching TV, and hanging out with her kids. Hopes that through her written books, readers can escape from reality, as many books did for her. Writes clean YA/NA, with some toe-dipping in other genres. Loves reading reviews and interacting with new readers/fans, so don’t be afraid to befriend and/or get in touch with her.

Hope’s story is the first book in the series and Book-2 is coming out soon ❤

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Blog Tour Schedule

Sunday, June 10
Feature at The Lovely Books
Excerpt at Tasha Talks Books Blog
Feature at TLBC’s Book Blog

Monday, June 11
Spotlight, Excerpt, Review, Interview & Guest post at Writers and Authors
Excerpt from Rainne’s Ramblings

Tuesday, June 12
Review & Feature at E&A Book Blog
Interview at 6 Feet Under Books

Wednesday, June 13
Review at My Book Blog
Spotlight, Excerpt & Review at A Bibliophile’s World to Share

Thursday, June 14
Spotlight & Excerpt from Kelly Smith Reviews
Review & Interview at GCK’s Book Review Blog

Friday, June 15
Review at Bursting BookShelf
Feature, Review, Excerpt, Guest Post & Interview at  CloeMichael Reads

Saturday, June 16
Spotlight, Live Reading, Review & Interview at Lety’s Book Blog


There is a tour-wide giveaway. (Please post in your Blog post about the giveaway)
Blogger’s Giveaway
We will choose two lucky winners from participating bloggers. There will be a lucky draw on 17th June 2018 @1:00 PM
Reader’s Giveaway (Please Post on your Blogs)
We will choose two lucky winners from all readers. Please check conditions below. It will be a lucky draw.

During the Blog Tour, we will be giving away a signed copy of Hope’s Story and a 10 CAD Amazon Gift Card! ❤ (Reader's Giveaway)

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Giveaway ends at 11:59pm EST on June 16th. You must be 18 or older to enter.

Giveaway is open to residents in the United States, the United Kingdom and Ireland, France, Canada, Germany, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Australia, Brazil, Japan, China, India, and Mexico only.

Only one entry per household.

The winner has 48 hours to claim prize or new winner is chosen.

🚨 🚨 NEW BOOK ALERT: Marsha’s Next Book in the series will be coming out soon !!!!


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Behind the Books with Regina Timothy

Author Interview

Regina Timothy- Author of Full Circle

You can find our review here: Full Circle


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Regina lives in a picturesque village in Kenya where she enjoys amazing landscapes, exotic wildlife, and beautiful sunsets and sunrises. She always had active imagination. By chance, she started blogging in 2010, which rekindled her love for writing and telling stories. When not writing she enjoys watching classic movies (she’s a movie buff), going to the theater and auto shows.

1) Tell us more about yourself. Not the usual stuff but give us an insight in your life? What do you do in your free time, do you have kids etc?

My name is Regina and I work in the auto industry full time which I love. This means I only get to indulge in my second passion, writing during my free time – usually in the evenings or on weekends and holidays. I’m a movie buff and I live alone so most evenings you will find me in front of the T.V. watching some T.V. show as I come up with a scene of my latest project – when I can multitask.

Two2) How difficult was it to write about 9/11?

It was very difficult. It was one of the few scenes in the book that were emotional to write. Carrying out the research and writing that particular scene brought about a lot of emotions. I was very conscious of how devastating the 9/11 attacks and it was quite tough.

3) How do you usually tackle the difficult parts? Are personal emotions a driving factor for you?

With Full Circle I wanted to write a story that readers could connect with on an emotional level.

The book contains some difficult scenes that were hard for me to write because of the raw emotion experienced by the characters. When I write, I sometimes get carried away.  If my character is smiling, I smile. If my character is in pain you’ll find me wincing or worse. At times the emotions are too raw and I have to remind myself that I made the characters and the situations up. Occasionally when things are so intense, I take a break from writing to get into the right headspace.

4) Did the publication of your book, bring a change in yourself or your future writing?

Yeah, it gave me the motivation to pursue writing seriously. I have several projects in the works and I must say they are a lot easier to pursue. I seem to know more of what I’m doing. There is also no feeling like having readers walk to you or write you and tell you how much they enjoyed your story.

5) Which is your favorite book?

I have several books and the list keeps growing. Right now, I’m totally in love with Shonda Rhimes’ book A Year of Yes. The book has a honest raw narration that I totally love. Plus the fact that I love all her shows is a bonus.

6) Also tell us about a book that you wanted to end differently?

This is a tough one, but if I was to pick one from my favorite list it would be Jane Austen’s Pride or Prejudice. It would have been nice if all the girls including Mary got a happy ending – I’m a sucker for happy endings.

But that isn’t a good enough reason to change its ending. This is because if you changed anything it simply would not be the story we all love.

7) How much research does it require before you start writing a book?

A lot of research goes in the pre-writing stage of a story. Learning my characters, their likes, dislikes, beliefs etc takes a lot of time and research. When you are writing a contemporary story where the setting and or events covered are set in real life, you need to get all details right hence pay special details which requires a lot more research. Otherwise your story doesn’t sound authentic to readers.

8) Tell us more about your upcoming works?

There are several projects that I’m currently working on. The one closest to completion is a non-fiction self-help book. I’m also working on a book on civil war set in Africa that promises to be very emotional and inspiring.

9) A message for your readers?

I love reading feedback on my work and get excited every time a new comment is posted by a reader who finds the story inspiring. I love connecting with the readers and finding out what they loved about the story, and what stories they would love to read in future. So please read my book, leave a review and connect with me on social media. You’ll have made my day.

You can join her on Twitter at and visit her blog at


Her next book is coming out soon: Watch this space for COVER REVEAL TOMORROW!