Gobbledy by Lis Anna-Langston #blogtour #juvenilefiction #holiday #christmas #rabtbooktours @RABTBookTours

Juvenile Fiction / Holiday

Date Published: 10/20/2020

Publisher: SparkPress

 

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Ever since Dexter and Dougal’s mom passed away, life has been
different—but things take a whole new turn when a shooting star turns
out to be a creature from outer space!

Gobbledy is a fun-filled holiday story that adds up to two brothers, three
friends, unlimited jars of peanut butter, a ketchup factory, and one little
alien far, far from home.

2021 Independent Press Awards Winner in Holiday

2021 IBPA Benjamin Franklin Awards Silver Medal Winner

2021 Book Excellence Awards Finalist in Holiday

2020 New York City Big Book Awards Winner in Holiday

2020 Wishing Shelf Book Awards Gold Medal Winner

2021 15th Annual National Indie Excellence® Awards Finalist

 

“Hugely entertaining as well as emotionally moving.”

―Kirkus Reviews

 

“This charming alien-in-the-attic story boasts engaging characters,
witty storytelling, and a furry little beast that will eat anything, all
wrapped up in a warm holiday package.”

―Booklife

 

“A delightfully entertaining novel by an author with a genuine flair
for originality and the kind of narrative storytelling style that will fully
engage the imaginative attention of appreciative young readers ages 8-11,
Gobbledy by Lis Anna-Langston . . . will prove to be an immediate and
enduringly popular addition to elementary school, middle school, and
community library collections.”

―Midwest Book Review

 

“In Gobbledy, Lis Anna-Langston offers her readers a sparkling novel
of discovery, adventure, and the abiding consolation of friendship . . .
Eleven-year-old protagonist Dexter’s progress from bumbling
troublemaker to triumphant (but still bumbling) hero is sweet, utterly
convincing, and thoroughly engaging. This novel’s generous heart won
me over from the get-go.”

―John Gregory Brown, acclaimed author of A Thousand Miles from
Nowhere

 

 

Excerpt

One

Tiny dots of stars and planets form constellations above my head. Orion. The bear. The great hunter. I’m only eleven, but I know a lot about the stars. It’s where my mom lives now. I come out on cool, clear evenings through the broken window in the attic to lie on the roof and listen for the sound of her voice.

“Dexter?” A voice whispers to the left of my head.

I look over. My little brother Dougal leans out of the window, looking first at me, then up into the sparkling sky. “Aren’t you cold?”

I shrug, feeling the scratchy shingles beneath my jacket. “I like it out here.”

Dougal swings a leg through the window. Where I’m lying is the flattest part of the roof. On either side it swoops up so steep that even I won’t climb it. Dougal stops in the windowsill, letting his legs dangle. His big personality makes it easy for me to forget that he’s only eight years old. Eight and a half, he’ll point out. Still, even for someone almost nine, he looks tiny in the window with the glow of light from the attic.

When Mom was here, she spent hours in the attic, building a small replica of the town where we live. She didn’t grow up here. She said she picked this small town in Pennsylvania because, to her, it was the most magical place on Earth. Mom had answers for everything.

Maybe that’s why I spend so much time on the roof, hoping to see a sign that she’s listening.

The Cricket Colony had been Mom’s idea. Since me and my best friend, Fiona, spend so much time in the forest near our house, she’d suggested I make adventure a part of my grade. Tomorrow I turn in the crickets for my end-of-the-semester science project. Then I have to turn them loose back in the forest, where they’ll make homes under thick beds of leaves to stay warm. But I’ll miss them a lot.

Dougal shivers. “Dad was weird tonight.”

I nod. “Dad’s been weird every night for a few months now.”

Stars sparkle in the dark sky. We all want her back, even if we don’t talk about it. Instead, we talk about far-off galaxies.

My little brother points to the sky. “There’s Andromeda.”

It was Mom’s favorite, because you can see it just by lying on a roof at the end of autumn. Mom said things like, “I believe that’s a globular cluster,” and “Stars are old.” She said that when stars die, they sometimes leave a black hole behind to remind everyone they were alive once. There is definitely a hole in our family. Not a bad hole, but a big hole. The kind of hole that sneaks up on me late at night when I remember. So, sometimes, I climb out here to forget.

My walkie-talkie crackles to life on the flat space next to me. “Gamma Ray to Cosmic. Come in, Cosmic.”

Dougal leans forward, trying to get a look at the Little Dipper.

I press the button. “Cosmic here.”

“Whew. I thought you’d slipped into another dimension.”

“Hardly. I’m up on the roof.”

Fi is quiet a second; then she says, “Any signs yet?”

“Nope. But sometimes these things take a while.”

“Speaking of taking a while, I gotta wake up super early to finish my project, so I gotta get some sleep.”

“Got a title yet?”

She laughs. “Nope.” A second passes. “Tell Dougal I said goodnight, and I’ll be out back in the morning.”

Dougal softly yells, “Goodnight,” over my shoulder and pushes off to go inside.

Someday I want to be able to sleep under the stars without having to worry about rolling off the roof. Mom said space is full of magic, but there isn’t much magic since she left. I guess that’s just how it is sometimes. I stand up, stretching.

I’m ready for adventure. Except it’s late, and Dad hates it when I wake him up, going up and down the stairs.

I climb back through the window and look at the attic. An old sofa with a stack of books on building miniatures; a work table with the village on top; Mom’s favorite blanket; a cart full of brushes, glue, and a few big jars like the one I used to make my Cricket Colony.

Out of the corner of my eye, I see a flash and turn.

There, blazing its way across the dark, is the most incredible falling star I’ve ever seen. It’s so close, I swear I can hear the sizzle. I know it’s a sign. I squeeze my eyes shut and make a wish.

About the Author

Lis Anna-Langston was raised along the winding current of the Mississippi
River on a steady diet of dog-eared books. She attended a Creative and
Performing Arts School from middle school until graduation and went on to
study Literature at Webster University. Her two novels, Gobbledy and Tupelo
Honey have won the Parents’ Choice Gold, Moonbeam Book Award,
Independent Press Award, Benjamin Franklin Book Award and NYC Big Book
Awards. Twice nominated for the Pushcart award and Finalist in the
Brighthorse Book Prize, William Faulkner Fiction Contest and Thomas Wolfe
Fiction Award, her work has been published in The Literary Review, Emerson
Review, The Merrimack Review, Emrys Journal, The MacGuffin, Sand Hill Review
and dozens of other literary journals. She draws badly, sings loudly, loves
ketchup, starry skies & stories with happy aliens.

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Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll and Nursing by Raymond Moore #blogtour #bookreview #newadult #fiction #rabtbooktours @RABTBookTours @RaymondMoore64

New Adult/Adult Fiction

Date Published: 08-04-2022

 

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My flatmate Bill summed me up recently. “Calum,” he said.
“Ah love ye man, but when it comes tae women and relationships,
you’re a total nightmare.” I’m not a bad guy. I mean … I’m
not. Ask anyone. I’m a nurse, for God’s sake. How bad could I be?
Look, I’m not saying I’m an angel – far from it. I’m just saying…

Anyway… I’ll let you be the judge.

Leaving Skye, I arrived in Edinburgh in the early 1980s to study nursing. I
first met Bill when I moved into a shared flat in Warrender Park and got
involved with his band, Low Down. Man, I loved their music and wanted to do
anything I could to help them achieve success.

Of course, we took drugs – who didn’t?

The thing is, I was selfish – I know that now. Knew it then too, but
I was a man on a mission. The way I was living, though, it couldn’t
last. I was on a collision course with myself and my karmic reward was
waiting to kick me in the head.

 

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Easy to follow, a great flow, and a captivating read with characters that draw you in.
Raymond Moore writes with humor and wit that really keep the tone light.
The characters and story are both so lively and interesting.

About the Author

Raymond Moore is a Registered Nurse, living and working in Dammam, Saudi
Arabia. He’s married to a Thai, has three children and has a house and farm
in Thailand. As well as being a writer, Raymond has been a record label
owner, band manager, and singer with a band. Born and brought up in Glasgow,
he left the city in 1977 aged 13 and moved to the Isle of Skye.

Leaving the island in 1982 he moved to Edinburgh to study Nursing where he
qualified as a Registered Nurse in 1987 and has worked in Glasgow,
Edinburgh, London, Al Ain and Singapore.

Raymond is the author of the Skye Stories Trilogy available on Redshank
Books and has self published Poetry? Probably and Poetry? Maybe a collection
of poems about Glasgow, Skye, Edinburgh and London.

His debut novel Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll and Nursing set in
1980s Edinburgh is now available in paperback and ebook.

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Sister! by Thomas A Burns, Jr. #promo #releaseday #giveaway #crimefiction #releaseday #rabtbooktours @RABTBookTours @3Mdetective

A Natalie McMasters Mystery, Book 7

 

Crime Fiction

Date to be Published: Dec 5, 2022

Publisher: Tekrighter, LLC

 

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What do you do when you find out your twin sister is a stone-cold killer?
Love her anyway!

Twentysomething detective Natalie McMasters comes face-to-face with the
awesome power of money and privilege in her latest adventure. After she
finds out that she has a twin sister who’s committed a heinous crime,
her son Eduardo falls into the clutches of a perverted billionaire who plays
with peoples lives for sport. Getting into his futuristic walled estate is a
piece of cake, but getting out again is another matter entirely. While her
friends and fam battle endless frustrations trying to convince the cops and
the courts that Nattie and Eduardo are in deadly danger, she plays a risky
game with a malignant narcissist, his venomous consort, and some unexpected
houseguests, fighting for the souls of her sister and her son. How can she
ever succeed against such impossible odds? The twisted ending packs a punch
you won’t soon forget!

Sister! is the perfect read for fans of Karin Slaughter, Ruth Ware and Mary
Kubica.

About the Author

 Thomas A. Burns Jr. writes the Natalie McMasters Mysteries from the small
town of Wendell, North Carolina, where he lives with his wife and son, four
cats and a Cardigan Welsh Corgi. He was born and grew up in New Jersey,
attended Xavier High School in Manhattan, earned B.S degrees in Zoology and
Microbiology at Michigan State University and a M.S. in Microbiology at
North Carolina State University. As a kid, Tom started reading boys’
mystery series with the Hardy Boys, Ken Holt and Rick Brant, then graduated
to the classic stories by authors such as A. Conan Doyle, Dorothy Sayers,
John Dickson Carr, Erle Stanley Gardner and Rex Stout, to name a few. Tom
has written fiction as a hobby all of his life, beginning with Man from
U.N.C.L.E. stories in marble-backed copybooks in grade school. He built a
career as technical, science and medical writer and editor for nearly thirty
years in industry and government. Now that he’s a full-time novelist,
he’s excited to publish his own mystery series, as well as writing
stories about his second most favorite detective, Sherlock Holmes.
Tom’s Holmes story, The Camberwell Poisoner, appeared in the
March–June issue of The Strand Magazine in 2021. The sixth book in the
Natalie McMasters Mysteries, Killers!, was released in September, 2021, and
won the Silver Falchion award for best action/adventure book of 2021 at the
Killer Nashville International Writers’ Conference. Tom has also
written a Lovecraftian horror novel, The Legacy of the Unborn, under the pen
name of Silas K. Henderson
a sequel to H.P. Lovecrafts masterpiece At the Mountains of Madness. In addition to publishing the
seventh Natalie McMasters Mystery, Sister!, he is currently working on a
book of Sherlock Holmes stories.

 

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Middle Grade Christmas Adventure

Date Published: 11-01-2021

Publisher: HEROmation

 

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Someone has stolen all the nuts from the Oak Creek bank, and George the
squirrel must catch the thief before Christmas. He learns what forest life
would be like without him and gains the courage to lead his friends on the
adventure of a lifetime. It’s a nutty spin on the Christmas classic,
It’s a Wonderful Life, great for kids ages 7+

About the Author

JP Cawood is an author who has also worked in live-action TV and film,
animation, and comics. The screen adaptation of her novel, Love from Mars,
was a recent Semi-finalist in both Screencraft and Stage32 screenplay
competitions. She was also named Top 50 Screenwriter by the International
Screenwriters’ Association in 2021.

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Spiritual Writing: From Inspiration to Publication (2nd Edition) by Deborah Levine Herman #giveaway #promo #nonfiction #rabtbooktours @RABTBookTours @spiritualagent

From Inspiration to Publication

2nd Edition

Inspiration & Personal Growth, Publishers & Publishing
Industry

Date Published: 12.05.2022

Publisher: Micro Publishing Media

 

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Spiritual Writing from Inspiration to Publication 2nd Edition is an
inspiring, motivating, and captivating look at the spiritual life and the
falling to write. It is based on the premise that there are writers who
write because they want to and those who write because they have to.
Spiritual writers are drawn to the process by a sense of mission. However,
the spiritual writer’s mission and the realities of publishing are
often at odds. This unique book provides the nuts and bolts and dos and
don’ts of how to get published in this often-misunderstood arena. The
author updated this second edition to include the digital world and the
expanded opportunities this brings for nontraditional publishing.

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The Mushroom Effect by M.A. Iori #promo #scifi #timetravel #romance #rabtbooktours @RABTBookTours @BookBuzznet @marcello_iori

Sci-fi Time Travel Romance

Date Published: August 15, 2022

Can you imagine to be able to travel in other worlds and find out that who
you love is living a different life without you? A life that you could feel
and go through looking for another chance… because let’s be
honest, we all make mistakes and often we have thought about a second
chance.

This novel narrates the tragic story of two lovers separated by death. Like
Orpheus ventured himself to the land of the dead to attempt to bring
Eurydice back to life, Francesco will try to find his beloved beyond the
boundaries of the understandable. With his singing and playing, Orpheus,
charmed the ferryman Charon and the dog Cerberus, guardians of the River
Styx. His music and grief so moved Hades, king of the underworld, that
Orpheus was allowed to take Eurydice with him back to the world of life and
light. Hades set one condition, however: upon leaving the land of death,
both Orpheus and Eurydice were forbidden to look back.

 

She died and he lost his memories of her.

A life that, Francesco, feels destroyed, incurable.

Rehabilitation has failed.

The encouragement of his family was not enough.

Friends put aside.

 

Except that, suddenly, after months of unlimited suffering, an old
schoolmate proposes an ambiguous solution: to try a substance able to take
him into a parallel world to meet his lost love. He must travel through an
uncharted reality and bend the law of nature in order to regain lost
memories. But in this new reality, Francesco meets another girl and new
friends.

 

Who are they and why do they look so familiar?

Will he be able to understand the facets of life’s deepest secrets?

 

 About the Author

M. A. Iori resides in Bournemouth. Born in Italy, where he published 4
novels, and worked for several years in the field of natural and organic
cuisine. He runs a blog of topics related to spirituality and
religion.

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Sharer Mystery, Book 2

 

Historical Mystery

Date Published: April 12, 2022

Publisher: MindStir Media

 

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Grant Sharer just solved the mystery of great entertainment

Hollywood, 1948

The Supreme Court is forcing Major Hollywood Studios to sell their movie
palaces marking the final curtain for filmdom’s Golden Age.  The
Department of Justice is threatening criminal prosecution for the Tinsel
Town´s most powerful Moguls.  Backstage an international Egyptian
heroin ring threatens the future of the U.S.

Grant Sharer, the Studio system´s number one scandal fixer, fighting
to help a struggling actor battle discrimination, is caught in an undertow
of corruption that leads from the highest court in the land to the lowliest
studios on Poverty Row.

Take a thrill ride from Cairo to California.  From a secret New York
Subway Station to the heights of LA´s iconic Planetarium. 

For Grantland Sharer, pitted against the most powerful men in America,
there´s only one way out.

Exit Clause

The greatest scandal is not reading it.

 

 
 

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A mystery with a keen eye. We’re off to solve a whodunit that is clever with twists and turns galore.
 
Expert composition and timing culminate in a portrait of a complex mystery!
 
Highly recommend this mystery, which is sure to please.
 
 
 
 

About the Author

As primetime Emmy nominated television producer, writer and director at
Walt Disney Studios, Phil May filmed on every major studio back lot in
Hollywood.  He directed such Golden Era stars as Bette Davis, Helen
Hayes, Gregory Peck, Jimmie Stewart, many more and avidly garnered their
stories.

In retirement Phil  teaches College level film classes of his own
design; ¨The Moguls¨,¨ McCarthy in the Media¨,” Film
Noir¨, ¨America´s Great Mid-Century Directors¨ 
¨Film Language¨  ¨The Hollywood Style¨ ¨Hitler Vs.
Hollywood¨,  and many others. 

As a film historian, teacher and a former insider, Phil devised this novel
to appeal to classic film lovers.  “My audience, he says,  is
the avid TCM fan,  people who love movies and who read.”

Every chapter is infused with obscure insights into the history of studios,
movie making and the inner workings of the Hollywood Golden Age.

And the lead character, Grantland Sharer,  is nuanced and likeable
enough to generate a lot of encores. 

 

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Magnificent Tales of Doomed Kingdoms by Rupendra Dhillon #promo #historical #fiction #rabtbooktours @RABTBookTours @rdhillonauthor @BookBuzznet

Historical Fiction

Date Published: October 2022

Once upon a time, there was an age of kings. An age of mighty kingdoms and
dynasties ruling over vast stretches of land with unlimited wealth and
unmatched renown. But the memory of man is fickle and short lived. Common
tales passed unto history, history became lore and lore faded into
myth.

These stories will give you a momentary glimpse into the lives of the kings
and the queens. They would tell you of the lives these men and women lived
and the challenges they faced – from incapable princes to indecent
relations, from sharp swords to seductive traps and from single minded greed
to selfless sacrifices.
 

Be warned however, that you will feel their fears and their pains. Your
heart will burn with rage, and chaos will stupor your thoughts. It would be
sad, and it would be ruinous, but it would surely be magnificent!
 

About the Author

Rupendra born in New Delhi, India, observed, at a very early age, his
father burning the midnight oil on his trusty writing pad and Remington
typewriter.

Now settled in the rural outskirts of Toronto, Canada, with his wife and
two dogs. he has taken up a hobby very similar to his father’s. His
aim is to tell stories that grab the reader’s attention and pack an
emotional punch.

To get in touch with him visit his website at rupendradhillon.com

 

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The Darkness Therein by Kate Hill #promo #paranormalromance #newbooks #pnr #giveaway #rabtbooktours @KateHillRomance @RABTBookTours

Paranormal Romance

Date Published: November 28, 2022

 

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Jocelyn has chased his nemesis for centuries. He swore that nothing or no
one would stand between him and revenge on the creature that destroyed his
life. That same rival leads Jocelyn to the one person who can reconnect him
to the human race.

Art student Charlie has no idea that her family history binds her to a
creature of legend–until he appears in the form of a tall, beautiful man
with a thirst for revenge. The last thing she wants is to follow his orders,
but if she intends to stay alive, she has no choice.

Note: The Darkness Therein was previously published. This re-edited version
contains additional scenes.

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She blocked his overhead strike and lashed out so hard and fast with the
end of her staff that she finally found her mark directly over his heart.
The impact forced him to his knees. Clutching a hand to his chest, he leaned
forward. His hair fell over his face, blocking his view of her overhead
strike. It fell across the back of his head and knocked him downward so that
he scarcely had time to break the fall with his hands. Instinctively his leg
lashed out and swept her feet out from under her, sending her crashing to
the grass.

Charlie hit the ground with a grunt and remained there for a few seconds,
catching her breath. Jocelyn recovered first and sprang to his feet,
offering her his hand. She took it, her gaze fixed on his.

“Excellent,” he said. “You stunned even me.”

“You weren’t expecting it.” She hated the quiver in her
voice. Her hands trembled with the surge of emotions he’d aroused. Now
that she’d calmed a bit, she realized why he’d been so awful.
He’d deliberately taunted her into fighting him without holding
back.

“No, and I haven’t underestimated anyone in a very long
time,” he admitted. “None of us are ever too old to
learn.”

“I’m sorry if I hurt you.” She tried pulling her hand
from his.

“Don’t worry about it. You needed to know you can fight us.
Edrik is powerful, but you’re not necessarily at his mercy, not as
long as you’re my apprentice.”

“I couldn’t ask for a better teacher.” She said with
heartfelt honesty.

“Nor I a better student.” He dropped her hand, collected their
weapons, and placed them against the wall. “I think that’s
enough for tonight. You may go inside if you want. I’m staying here
for a while longer to practice.”

“Do you mind if I watch?” Not only did she find his athleticism
aesthetically pleasing, but she learned from observing his technique.
Settling herself on the wall, she stretched her arms and shoulders before
she became so involved in him that she stared, motionless.

In the center of the yard, he practiced kata, a pre-planned series of
movements resembling a powerful, graceful dance, though it was actually a
mock fight against an imaginary opponent. She’d never seen anyone
perform with his liquid grace and subtle power born from natural talent as
well as centuries of practice. Watching the play of muscles beneath the
black tank top that clung to his perspiring body, she imagined how it would
feel like to be enveloped in his sinewy arms.

As if sensing her thoughts, he turned to her, his dark eyes reflecting the
torch flames, his lips parted slightly.

Lightning flashed in the distance. He gazed skyward just before fat
raindrops fell through the trees. He approached, but to her surprise,
instead of reaching for the staffs, he stepped between her legs, took her
face in his hands and covered her mouth in a possessive kiss.
Charlie’s heart raced. Moaning softly, she closed her eyes and wrapped
her arms around his neck and her legs around his lean waist.

About the Author

Kate Hill is a vegetarian New Englander who loves writing romantic
fantasies. When she’s not working on her books, Kate enjoys reading, working
out, watching horror movies, and researching vampires and Viking history.
She runs the Compelling Beasts Blog that is dedicated to antagonists,
antiheroes, and paranormal creatures. Kate also writes as Saloni
Quinby.

 

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Izzy: Maison de Danse Quartet by Greg Jolley #promo #releaseday #giveaway #suspense #rabtbooktours @RABTBookTours @gfjolle

 Book Four of the Maison de Danse Quartet

 

Suspense

Date Published: 12-01-2022

Publisher: Épouvantail Books

 

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What do you do when the legal system refuses to deliver justice?

Izzy knows.

Conducting her own investigations and trials, she’s out on the hunt,
righting wrongs in honor of the victims and their surviving families.

Outlaw revenge has its perils and she’s soon in the fight of her
life.

Sometimes a killer’s own survivors also go on the hunt.

Having kicked their hornet’s nest, Izzy is desperate to take them
out.

Does she have what it takes to battle off her own demons?

Can she stop those who want her dead? 

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Greg Jolley earned a Master of Arts in Writing from the University of San
Francisco and lives in the very small town of Ormond Beach, Florida. When
not writing, he researches historical crime, primarily those of the 1800s.
Or goes surfing.

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