Hey everyone! What an awesome week, right? Two amazing blog tours and one interview! If you missed it you can find them here: (The New Recruit, When a Heart Stops, and the interview with Jill Williamson)
There are still some great things coming this month so stay tuned! To start off next Monday, I have another Writing Mondays post about preparing for NaNo, so don't miss that. On Tuesday, Writings of Rosie will be on a blog tour of Twice Promised by Maggie Brendan.
Here's the back cover (from press release):
Two beautiful brides. One unsuspecting groom. Three weeks to figure it all out.
Greta Olsen arrives in Central City, Colorado, as a mail-order bride, expecting to marry Jess Gifford, the man she’s come to know through his tender letters. But when she meets Cora Johnson, she discovers she’s not the only bride waiting at the train station for Jess.
Already shocked to find they must compete for Jess’s affection, the young women can hardly believe it when not Jess but his brother Zach picks them up from the station—and reveals that Jess knows nothing about any mail-order bride, let alone two. Will either bride make the match she hopes for?
Filled with surprises, misunderstandings, and tender romance, Twice Promised is the story of how two unlikely women become twice blessed.
And finally on Thursday, there will be a book review of Dead Man's Hand by Eddie Jones.
Here's the back cover (from Goodreads):
It's All Just a
Show...Right? 'This is an authentic old west ghost town, son. Around
these parts the dead don't stay dead.' Nick Kindle's vacation at
Deadwood Canyon Ghost Town takes a deadly turn toward trouble when the
fifteen-year-old finds himself trapped in a livery stable with the
infamous outlaw Jesse James. The shooter whirls, aims and... vanishes.
Great theatrics, Nick thinks, except now he's alone in the hayloft with
the bullet-riddled body of Billy the Kid. And by the time the sheriff
arrives, the body disappears. Soon Nick is caught in a deadly
chas---from an abandoned gold mine, through forbidden buffalo hunting
grounds, and across Rattlesnake Gulch. Around every turn he finds
another suspect. Will Nick solve the murder? Will his parents have him
committed? Or will the town's infatuation with Hollywood theatrics
conceal the real truth about souls, spirits and the destiny that awaits
those who die.
Enjoy your weekend! I'll see you next week!