The Quest for Home by Jacqui Murray #Historical #Fiction @WordDreams


Virtual Book Launch for The Quest for Home   Thank you, Jacquie, so much for offering to help me with my book launch.   Book information:   Title and author: The Quest for Home Series: Book 2 in the Crossroads series, part of the Man vs. Nature saga Genre: Prehistoric fiction Available at: Kindle US   Kindle UK …

It’s All About the Romance Presents Soldiers of Fortune #amreading #RomSuspense @AuthorNicMorgan @SDSXXTours


Soldiers of Fortune: Volume 1 Genre: Romantic Suspense with stories by Nicole Morgan, Desiree Holt, Krista Ames & Deelylah Mullin Rhett Fortune settled on the small parcel of land he purchased in 1858 with his wife Clara and founded the beautiful landscape that surrounded his newly built home and what is now known as Fortune, …

Sneak Off and Read: Lines all about TRAIN #RSsos #RomSuspense


Ways to use the word TRAIN on the Sisterhood of Suspense​ Sunday Sneak off and Read!

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#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines all about TRAIN

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Once I got the train rolling, however, there would be no screeching to a stop. All the pentup frustration churned out. My finger poked his shoulder. Davis flinched.

Vicki Batman


Paired with comfortable seating areas draped with Mexican blankets, throw pillows in a wide array of materials and colors, farmhouse side tables painted in shades of white, blue, and yellow, and the candles—hundreds of candles in varying containers and sizes, the whole thing should have looked like a train wreck, but he had to admit he liked it.

Jacquie Biggar
My Girl (Work in Progress)


“The tracks. We slid off the road, and mom’s car is sitting right up against the tracks. If a train comes, Daniel . . .”

Claire Gem


Such a talented…

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Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore Book Marketing – Online Watering Holes for Authors – Part One – Is your Blog book marketing ready? – Sally Cronin


Sally Cronin​ shares important info on building your brand while #blogging- a must-read!

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

So far in this series I have focused on Amazon Author pages, Goodreads and the book marketing potential of your covers, titles, tag lines and key words:https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/sallys-cafe-and-bookstore-book-marketing-series-2019/

In the next three posts I am going to look at the online social media platforms that are helpful in your efforts to market your books. None of them are perfect, not least of all because of the amount of personal data that is collected, but you are in business as an author and advertising is a key element of your strategy.

This week I am going to focus on blogging which in my experience over the last seven years is the one that offers the most options when it comes to book marketing, as it is combined with another crucial element… the marketing of you the author.

Blogworld is probably the most effective watering hole for writers.

There are an…

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Practising Murder by Erin Unger #Suspense #BookReview


Graduate student Maddie Clare is never talking to her ex-boyfriend Joze Evans or God again. Still broken from Joze's betrayal, Mattie has to go home for her Aunt Lonna's funeral. But after a run-in with a stalker who insists Maddie knows the secret that had Aunt Lonna investigating him, Mattie is afraid for her life …

Until I Fall by @Author_ClaudiaB/ #Romance #amreading @XpressoReads


This contemporary romance contains a wary, overworked doctor who’s a military widow in every way but name, an ex-military hero accustomed to treading dangerous ground, brought together by a few unexpected twists and turns—and maybe the machinations of a cute dog. Read it today

Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Author update #Reviews – M.J. Mallon, Mary Adler, Jacquie Biggar and Deborah Jay.


Sally Cronin shares a fabulous review for Tempted by Mr. Wrong along with a wonderful assortment of other great books on Smorgasbord!

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Welcome to the first of the Cafe Updates this week with recent reviews for authors on the shelves.

New Feature

At the end of the post I will share any offers that the authors on the shelves have on their books. If you can let me know a week in advance that would  be great so I can include in one of the updates.

On with the recent reviews…..

The first author with a review to share is Marjorie Mallon for The Curse of Time : Book One – Bloodstone a YA fantasy and science fiction adventure.

About The Curse of Time

On Amelina Scott’s thirteenth birthday, her father disappears under mysterious circumstances. Saddened by this traumatic event, she pieces together details of a curse that has stricken the heart and soul of her family.

Amelina longs for someone to confide in. Her once carefree mother has become angry…

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Evermore by @JodyHedlund #Ya #Historical #EverTour @PrismBookTours


On Tour with Prism Book Tours Always (The Lost Princesses #0.5) By Jody Hedlund Christian YA Historical Romance Paperback & ebook, 136 Pages August 13th 2019 by Northern Lights Press A fierce elite guard. A loyal lady in waiting. They must work together to save three princesses from certain death. On the verge of dying …

Sneak Off and Read: Lines all about AIRPLANE #RSsos #RomSuspense


#OneLineSunday by the Sisterhood of Suspense #RSsos Lines all about AIRPLANE

Interested in reading more? Click on the book covers below for information about the novel and the author.

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#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines all about AIRPLANE

Interested in reading more? Click on the book covers below for information about the novel and the author.


Pete grabbed a second donut. “Why did Kells go up to Maine? And how’d he pay for the flight?”

Sharon Wray


With a “humpf,” I dragged my pink tote up the narrow aisle to the plane’s exit, accidentally banging it into the sides of the seats along the way. The relieving notion of being back home in Sommerville caused the tension in my chest to fade a smidgen.

Vicki Batman


He noticed Adam’s fascination with the string and steel rainbow-colored art installation hanging from the ceiling. “At the right angle, it looks like an airplane. Plexus C18, I think it’s called, by Gabriel Dawes. Took ninety miles of thread, can you believe it?”

Jacquie Biggar


The difference was that the entire display board was red…

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