Excerpt: Hollow Stars by Lauryn Dyan


I’m delighted to share an excerpt of Hollow Stars by Lauryn Dyan with you today. Dyan’s debut novel tells the story of Kennedy, lead singer of the rock band Tracing Stars, whose first major tour with the band is derailed when a series of blackouts lands her in a psychiatric hospital. Is she having a breakdown, or is she the victim of sabotage, as she believes?

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Excerpt: Watch Me by Jody Gehrman

I’m very excited to share an excerpt of Jody Gehrman’s upcoming novel, Watch Me, which will be released on January 23, 2018 by St. Martin’s Griffin. I’m looking forward to reading this one soon, and I hope all of you will be as eager to read it as I am after reading this deliciously thrilling passage!

Watch Me cover

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Author Alcove: Guest Post from Author H. A. Leuschel


I’m delighted to welcome H.A. Leuschel to the blog today for a guest post and an excerpt from her new book My Sweet Friend. Enjoy!

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Author Alcove: Guest Post & Book Excerpt from Author Andrew Joyce


Happy Saturday, everyone! I’m delighted to host a guest post from Andrew Joyce today. Andrew is no stranger to TGB; I hosted not one, but two, guest posts from him last November. It’s a pleasure to work with Andrew again in promoting his new book, Bedtime Stories for Grown-Ups. The anthology was published  September 21, and Andrew is kindly sharing one of its many short stories with us today. I hope you’ll enjoy reading it as much as I did. Thank you for joining us today, Andrew!

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Seed of Satan by Simon Laffy


(Blog tour review, followed by an excerpt on page two of this post.)

Seed of Satan tells the story of twins William and Michael Weiss. Despite being twins, William and Michael couldn’t be more different. William’s personality is much like that of his German father: arrogant, disdainful of his supposed inferiors, and fiercely loyal to Germany.  Michael is a kinder, gentler soul who had little in common with either his brother or his father, feeling a greater kinship with his English grandparents.  It’s no surprise that when war breaks out, they find themselves on opposite sides of the conflict.

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