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A Bewitching Friday

A Round-Up of Daily Tour Stops

PNR Author Jennae Vale: TOP three things about putting together a book + giveaway #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/yegr50GX4H8

INTERVIEW with B.C. HARRIS (Conspiracy of Cats)
#bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/1hNY50GX4rp

She Died on a Monday by Kevin McLeod
#bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/lIoT50GX4Bx

SPOTLIGHT: BEYOND ATLANTIS with author LUCIUS BEAUCHAMP #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/su4R50GX4oM

In the Kitchen with Kevin McLeod- Chicken Curry Recipe #InTheKitchen #ChickenCurry #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/5rOX50GVmNl

Arts & Crafts with Jennae Vale #TimeTravelRomance #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/7NTF50GVmON

5 Things A Beginning Writer Should Know With Marlene M. Bell #Mystery #Suspense #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/qpbi50GVmM5

Meet the Author BC Harris
https://youtu.be/B9R3FlNSPwc
Enter to win A signed and dedicated copy of Conspiracy of Cats, plus a ‘cat’ cushion made and hand made by the author.
http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/ba112ffc2083

She’s a mediocre witch…and an even worse shifter.
Shifting Summer: Mane Shift Book 2 by Laura Bickle
https://amzn.to/2YqYHm3
#NewRelease #OnSale #UrbanFantasy #Shifter #ShifterFantasy #Witches #Shifters #LauraBickle #NewBook #AmReading #WhatToRead

REVIEW - Beyond Atlantis: An Epic of The Ancient Americas by Lucius Beauchamp
https://mythicalbooks.blogspot.com/2021/11/review-beyond-atlantis-epic-of-ancient.html

Scattered Legacy by Marlene M. Bell #Mystery #Suspense
http://www.roxannerhoads.com/2021/11/scattered-legacy-by-marlene-m-bell.html
 
 

A Beautiful House, A Horrible Death, A Brilliant Revenge

 

Conspiracy of Cats
B C Harris


Genre: Contemporary fiction, paranormal, murder mystery
Publisher: Olympia Publishers, London
Date of Publication: 26th August 2021
ISBN: 978-1-80074-032-7
ASIN: B09CGHZ7K7
Number of pages: 325
Word Count: 123,121
Cover Artist: Olympia Publishers, London

Book Description:

CONSPIRACY OF CATS… a supernatural murder mystery.


An apprehensive Jos Ferguson travels from Edinburgh to Northern Tanzania to visit the house her Uncle Peter built before he died. But Peter isn’t as dead as he should be… he was murdered, and he wants his niece to help him exact revenge upon his killer. With a little Maasai magic and a conspiracy of cats, Jos sets out to do exactly that.


A beautiful house. A horrible death. A brilliant revenge.


Who knew death could be so lively?

 

https://amzn.to/3nfv9Qv


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A Bewitching Tuesday

A Round-Up of Daily Tour Stops

INTERVIEW - MYSTERY - SCATTERED LEGACY (Annalisse, #3) by Marlene M. Bell #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/NVcb50GUi3i

Interview and Giveaway Conspiracy of Cats by B C Harris - Contemporary fiction, paranormal, murder mystery - #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/aN4650GUi1t

The Golden Hook by Jennae Vale [Tour with Excerpt] #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/mfZq50GUi6U

Playlist- Beyond Atlantis: An Epic of The Ancient Americas by Lucius Beauchamp
https://www.bewitchingbooktours.com/sales/playlist-beyond-atlantis-an-epic-of-the-ancient-americas-by-lucius-beauchamp

She’s a mediocre witch…and an even worse shifter.
Shifting Summer: Mane Shift Book 2 by Laura Bickle
https://amzn.to/2YqYHm3
#NewRelease #OnSale #UrbanFantasy #Shifter #ShifterFantasy #Witches #Shifters #LauraBickle #NewBook #AmReading #WhatToRead

Conspiracy of Cats by B C Harris Virtual Book Tour #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/jT2b50GUhYF

Beyond Atlantis: An Epic of The Ancient Americas Book Tour #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/BkZQ50GUi00

Guest Blog- The Golden Hook by Jennae Vale #TimeTravelRomance #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/B9Ti50GThaL

Author Interview- She Died on a Monday by Kevin McLeod #ParanormalLoveStory #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/G1l850GTh83
 
 

A Bewitching Monday

A Round-Up of Daily Tour Stops

Guest Blog- The Golden Hook by Jennae Vale #TimeTravelRomance #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/B9Ti50GThaL

Author Interview- She Died on a Monday by Kevin McLeod #ParanormalLoveStory #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/G1l850GTh83

That Magic Mischief by Susanna Allen [Tour with Excerpt] #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/Oz6W50GTh9a

Beyond Atlantis: An Epic of The Ancient Americas by Lucius Beauchamp
https://midnightmusingswithbertena.blogspot.com/2021/11/beyond-atlantis-epic-of-ancient.html

She’s a mediocre witch…and an even worse shifter.
Shifting Summer: Mane Shift Book 2 by Laura Bickle
https://amzn.to/2YqYHm3
#NewRelease #OnSale #UrbanFantasy #Shifter #ShifterFantasy #Witches #Shifters #LauraBickle #NewBook #AmReading #WhatToRead

Spotlighting Scattered Legacy by Marlene M. Bell #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/Ci1K50GTh6q

Conspiracy of Cats by B C Harris #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/yNuo50GTh59

A Bewitching Friday

A Round-Up of Daily Tour Stops

Please Welcome Susanna Allen as She Tells Us About Her Paranormal Contemporary Romance, That Magic Mischief #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/JkgN50GRKzL

The Golden Hook by Jennae Vale #TimeTravelRomance #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/Oacl50GRKJO

She Died on a Monday by Kevin McLeod #ParanormalLoveStory #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/w8rw50GPFWQ

She’s a mediocre witch…and an even worse shifter.
Shifting Summer: Mane Shift Book 2 by Laura Bickle
https://amzn.to/2YqYHm3
#NewRelease #OnSale #UrbanFantasy #Shifter #ShifterFantasy #Witches #Shifters #LauraBickle #NewBook #AmReading #WhatToRead

Practical Advice for Beginning Fiction Writers with Jennae Vale #TimeTravelRomance #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/kQbk50GQHhM

She Died on a Monday by Kevin McLeod #ParanormalLoveStory
https://fang-tasticbooks.blogspot.com/2021/11/she-died-on-monday-by-kevin-mcleod.html

The Golden Hook by Jennae Vale #TimeTravelRomance

 


 
The Golden Hook  
The Green Sky Series
Book Two 
Jennae Vale
 
Genre: Time Travel Romance
Date of Publication: October 12, 2021
ASIN:B09JB82GG7
Number of pages:190
Word Count: 57,000
Cover Artist: Sheri McGathy
 
Tagline: Swashbuckling pirates plus time travel equals adventure and romance on the high seas.
 
Book Description: 
 
What happens when a swashbuckling pirate meets a time traveling twenty-first century woman?
 
Edward Sutherland has always been a self-assured and confident man of the sea. He’s spent years alongside his friend and captain Jameson Mackall and until now has only ever wanted to find treasure and retire a wealthy man. He wasn’t expecting to travel through time and he certainly wasn’t expecting to meet a woman who would challenge and impress him at every turn.
 
Susanna Cole has lost her best friend in a boating accident. In a deep state of grief she is about to close her once thriving business when a stranger walks through her door with a letter from her friend. A letter dated 1724. Can she believe this man? Or is he playing some cruel joke?
 
Two strangers with one goal, to get back to the year 1724. There are plans to be made, treasure to be found and most importantly they must locate the one woman who can possibly help them in their quest. The feelings they are developing for one another will be put to the test when history, as it is written, comes into play and the life of Edward Sutherland is on the line.
 
 
 

 

Excerpt:

Boxes were piled high around the offices of NYC Party Planning, crowding in on the desk where Susanna Cole sat going through emails and messages from friends and business acquaintances.

This had been one of the hardest times of her life.

Life wasn’t the same without Danielle. She’d lost her best friend and business partner. They worked together and lived together. She was completely alone now and more depressed than she’d ever been in her life.

Her head popped up as there was a knock at the door. “Come in.”

The door opened and the sight in front of her was like a slap in the face. Some idiot had decided it would be a good idea to remind her of her loss by showing up in pirate costume. “Was there a costume party someone forgot to tell me about?” she snapped.

“I’m sorry. Costume party?” the man asked.

“I’m not in the mood right now. What can I do for you?” Maybe if she sounded cranky enough he’d just turn around and leave.

“I need your help,” he said, stepping closer.

“You’ve come to the wrong place. I’m no longer accepting new clients. The business is closing for the foreseeable future.” That should do it. There was nothing more to be said. If he was looking for a party planner he was going to have to go elsewhere.

“But this is the right address. You’re Susanna Cole, am I correct?” He raised his eyebrows and offered a questioning gaze.

His surly English accent was not charming her. The more she looked at him the more irritated she became. Seeing him was like rubbing salt into her wound. “Seriously, what’s with the outfit?” Whoever this guy was, he was definitely in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Reaching into his jacket pocket, the man pulled out an envelope and looked at it. “I was directed here by the people on board the ship. This is NYC Party Planning, Brooklyn, New York, isn’t it?” He straightened his coat and stood at attention.

Susanna noted his height. Easily over six feet tall, very handsome and from the way he stood it seemed he might be in the military. No matter. She’d had enough of being toyed with.  “I don’t know what cruel joke you’re playing, but it is not appreciated. My friend recently drowned on a pirate cruise to Bermuda and I’m, I’m…” She wasn’t going to cry. Not in front of this stranger. She took in a deep breath, held her head high and stood up.

“I know the whole of it. Your friend Danielle fell overboard.” His voice was soft and low, filled with understanding.

Was he purposely trying to upset her? How did he know who Danielle was? “I’m going to have to ask you to leave.”

He threw his head back in apparent exasperation before inhaling deeply and looking at her.

“Please don’t. I’m sorry. I understand you’re upset, but do let me finish what I have to say.” He paused, gazing at her with what seemed an impatient glare.

She kept silent.

“Thank you. I’ve a letter here for you from Danielle. It will explain everything.” He held the letter out for her to take.

Susanna’s hands shook as she took it from him. She couldn’t help but feel skeptical. She’d seen Danielle go overboard and disappear beneath the waves. They’d searched for her for days, as had the Coast Guard and they found nothing.

“Did she give this to you before we went on the cruise?” She glanced down at the letter. It was Danielle’s handwriting. There was no mistaking it. Everything down to the little heart she used to dot the letter I.

“No. She gave it to me yesterday morning.” He seemed to be watching and waiting for her reaction.

“This better be good,” she said. At this point, she was ready to throw him out the door and lock it behind him. If that didn’t work, she’d call the police, but her curiosity was piqued. She opened the letter and read.

 

About the Author:

Jennae Vale is a best selling author of romance with a touch of magic.  As a history buff from an early age, Jennae often found herself day-dreaming in history class and wondering what it would be like to live in the places and time periods she was learning about.  Writing time travel romance has given her an opportunity to take those daydreams and turn them into stories to share with readers everywhere.
 
Originally from the Boston area, Jennae now lives in the San Francisco Bay area, where some of her characters also reside.  When Jennae isn’t writing, she enjoys spending time with her family and her pets, and daydreaming, of course.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

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A Bewitching Thursday

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Practical Advice for Beginning Fiction Writers with Jennae Vale #TimeTravelRomance #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/kQbk50GQHhM

That Magic Mischief by Susanna Allen - #Giveaway
https://www.facebook.com/bookpimpettes/posts/1799281960265865

She’s a mediocre witch…and an even worse shifter.
Shifting Summer: Mane Shift Book 2 by Laura Bickle
https://amzn.to/2YqYHm3
#OnSale #UrbanFantasy #Shifter #ShifterFantasy #Witches #Shifters #LauraBickle #NewBook #AmReading #WhatToRead #PNR

She Died on a Monday by Kevin McLeod #ParanormalLoveStory #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/w8rw50GPFWQ

Interview with Susanna Allen
That Magic Mischief by Susanna Allen - Paranormal contemporary romance - A heartbroken amateur witch is in over her head after casting a spell that actually works—will the handsome Irish artist she fancies come to her rescue? #bewitchingbooktours
https://jbbookworms.blogspot.com/2021/11/that-magic-mischief-by-susanna-allen.html

She Died on a Monday by Kevin McLeod
https://www.lisasworldofbooks.net/2021/he-died-on-a-monday-by-kevin-mcleod

A Bewitching Wednesday

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INTERVIEW WITH JENNAE VALE (The Golden Hook: The Green Sky Series, Book Two) #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/1oAj50GPFZv

Interview with Susanna Allen
That Magic Mischief by Susanna Allen - Paranormal contemporary romance - A heartbroken amateur witch is in over her head after casting a spell that actually works—will the handsome Irish artist she fancies come to her rescue? #bewitchingbooktours
https://jbbookworms.blogspot.com/2021/11/that-magic-mischief-by-susanna-allen.html

She Died on a Monday by Kevin McLeod #ParanormalLoveStory #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/w8rw50GPFWQ

She’s a mediocre witch…and an even worse shifter.
Shifting Summer: Mane Shift Book 2 by Laura Bickle
https://amzn.to/2YqYHm3
#OnSale #UrbanFantasy #Shifter #ShifterFantasy #Witches #Shifters #LauraBickle #NewBook #AmReading #WhatToRead #PNR

INTERVIEW - TIME TRAVEL - THE GOLDEN HOOK by Jennae Vale #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/ShvE50GOF0N

She Died on a Monday by Kevin McLeod #ParanormalLoveStory

 
She Died on a Monday
Kevin McLeod
 
Genre: Love Story, paranormal
Date of Publication: 20/09/2021
ISBN: 979-8469680987
ASIN: B09DYZ1D4W
Number of pages: 50
Word Count: 8886
Cover Artist: Theresa Bills
 
Tagline: What do we do when everything changes in an instant?
 
Book Description: 
 
Picture the kind of enduring love that most of us would wish for; the kind of elderly, married couple we might see on the street, or in a café, so in tune with each other that it’s hard to imagine one without the other.
 
John and Elizabeth have a love like that, but John’s world is suddenly shattered when Elizabeth is brutally taken from him. For some people it can feel as though it’s just too difficult to go on when one half of you is missing. How will John cope with his broken heart? Who, or what, can help him?
 
Kevin McLeod is a best-selling children’s author, but this is his first adult short story, inspired by the love his grandparents shared. Kevin writes beautifully, in heart-rending detail, about the numbness, shock, and crushing grief that John faces. He explores challenges that we will all face when someone we love dies, made all the more poignant by his tender evocation of a long and happy marriage.
 
‘She Died On A Monday’ is a story of love and loss that you’ll want to read time and again, to enjoy each perfect detail and the clever twists and turns. But, be warned, you might just cry every time that you do.
 
 

 

Excerpt:

She died on a Monday. No long lingering illness. No last words, just there, then gone. One minute they were sharing breakfast, the next his world collapsed. She was falling too fast and he was moving too slow. Later, the doctor would tell him that it didn't matter how fast he had moved. He couldn't have saved her. Like that makes it ok. As if that would make him feel better. It mattered to him. He should have caught her and helped her; instead he had moved in slow motion as the love of his life, his very reason for living, disappeared in front of his eyes.

There was no warning. She had been healthy and happy. Ten minutes before she died, they had been discussing what to do after breakfast. He remembered scoffing at her suggestion that they should visit his sister. He tried to remember the last words he had said to her. Finally, they came back to him. Is there any toast? Such a normal question, but now it seemed so stupid, so banal. If he had known they were going to be his last words to her he would have said something meaningful, something profound.

Later, the doctor would tell him that it had been an aneurysm in her brain and that she had felt no pain. Should this comfort him? If it was supposed to, it didn't. Somehow the suddenness made it worse. Neither of them had been prepared for this. The numbness he felt began cocooning him in his own sorrow.

At some point, he didn't remember when, his daughter arrived. She was talking to the medical crew. She turned and began to talk to him. He couldn't make out the words. The lines of her face were blurred by his tears and her words were unable to penetrate an overwhelming numbness.

They took his wife's body away, carted it off on a trolley like she was nothing. He wanted to yell at them, to make them do this terrible thing in some different way. Instead, he sat and watched while his daughter hugged him. He was vaguely aware he wasn't hugging her back, his arms unwilling to move.

He found himself on the couch, unaware of how he had come to be there. His daughter was on the phone and his son had arrived. His son was looking in drawers and speaking, but he couldn't make sense of it. He heard the word funeral and slowly his brain began to understand. His son was looking for the funeral plan papers. He managed to tell him where to find them. His voice was quiet, broken, as he mumbled through the words. His son put a hand on his shoulder and gave it a gentle squeeze. A simple act of love from a son to his father. He put his hand over his son’s. No words were said.

He couldn't accept it, wouldn't accept it. His wife couldn't be dead. They had so many plans. So much to do. How could she be gone? They were due to go on holiday next month. It was all paid for and arranged. She had been looking forward to it. They both had. Now, they would never get to see those views, or take that boat trip. The same one they had taken on their first holiday together.

After a few hours of helping and being there for him, his son and daughter left. His daughter had asked to stay with him tonight, or for him to come with her, but he wanted to be alone. He managed to thank them for helping, while ushering them towards the door. He shut the door, instantly becoming aware of the silence. It crashed into him like a wave. There were no sounds coming from the kitchen, or from the radio in the living room. She always liked to listen to the same channel, keeping it on for some background noise. He walked to the living room and switched on the radio, as if this would bring her back. Feeling foolish, he turned it off again.

He lay down on the couch and cried himself to sleep.

'John, wake up, it's time to get up.'

He heard her voice so clearly that he woke with a start and sat up straight. Confusion took over as he tried to work out whether it had been a dream or if he had actually heard her voice. He looked to the large window, the one with her favourite view over the city from their fourth-floor apartment. It was one of the reasons they had bought this place, she loved that view. It must be late, as darkness had replaced light while he was sleeping. He turned on a lamp and went to shut the curtains. He froze, as just for a second, he swore that he saw her behind him. He turned to the living room but found only emptiness.

He drew the curtains and went to the kitchen. The clock on the wall told him it was a quarter past ten at night. He hadn't eaten all day and knew that he should. He went to the fridge and found a sandwich that his daughter must have made for him. He sat at the table, the same table where she had died, and stared at her empty space. Slowly, he ate the sandwich, tasting nothing.

He walked through the hall to their bedroom. Sitting on the edge of the bed, he stared at her side. Suddenly he felt it, her touch. He couldn't explain it, but he felt her. She was here, she was with him. But, as quickly as the sensation came, it left. His mind was playing tricks on him. It surely was understandable; he was processing the enormity of what had happened. He didn't bother to undress. Lying down on the bed, on top of the covers, he curled into the foetal position and began to cry.

She died on a Monday.

 
About the Author:
 
Kevin McLeod is the international best selling author of The Viking’s Apprentice series. He has written 4 books in this series and now takes a step into a different genre with ‘She Died on a Monday’ 
 
Kevin is 46, lives in Hamilton in Scotland with his two daughters and his dog, Tiger. Kevin is a keen cook and loves the outdoors. He loves spending time with his friends and family. 
 
Kevin began writing professionally in 2013 with the release of his first book, The Viking’s Apprentice. After his huge success in middle grade fiction he has moved into a more adult genre and looks forward to writing many more stories in the years to come. 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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A Bewitching Tuesday

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INTERVIEW - TIME TRAVEL - THE GOLDEN HOOK by Jennae Vale #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/ShvE50GOF0N

Book Spotlight & #Giveaway ~ That Magic Mischief by Susanna Allen @SusannaAWriter ~ Paranormal Contemporary Romance #bewitchingbooktours https://saphsbooks.blogspot.com/2021/11/book-spotlight-giveaway-that-magic.html

She’s a mediocre witch…and an even worse shifter.
Shifting Summer: Mane Shift Book 2 by Laura Bickle
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#OnSale #UrbanFantasy #Shifter #ShifterFantasy #Witches #Shifters #LauraBickle #NewBook #AmReading #WhatToRead #PNR

Check Out "She Died on a Monday" by Kevin McLeod #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/Zlc850GOEWA

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Giveaway and Guest Blog- Talking Oracles with Susanna Allen
The Magic 8 Ball and Other Oracles
https://buffykennedy.com/2021/11/talking-oracles-with-susanna-allen/

She Died on a Monday by Kevin McLeod
https://www.facebook.com/RoxanneRhoadsAuthor/posts/243187481135106

She’s a mediocre witch…and an even worse shifter.
Shifting Summer: Mane Shift Book 2 by Laura Bickle
https://amzn.to/2YqYHm3
#OnSale #UrbanFantasy #Shifter #ShifterFantasy #Witches #Shifters #LauraBickle #NewBook #AmReading #WhatToRead #PNR

The Golden Hook The Green Sky Series Book Two by Jennae Vale #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/sRTP50GNxTe

Check Out THE DEMON SHADOW, The Bishops' Sacrifice, Book 1, by Timothy Patrick Means #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/WzP550GNxIq

 
 

A Bewitching Friday

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She Died on a Monday by Kevin McLeod #ParanormalLoveStory #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/OzvK50GM5K0

Author Interview - Demon Shadow by Timothy Patrick Means #Horror #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/iLFu50GLckc

She’s a mediocre witch…and an even worse shifter.
Shifting Summer: Mane Shift Book 2 by Laura Bickle
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#OnSale #UrbanFantasy #Shifter #ShifterFantasy #Witches #Shifters #LauraBickle #NewBook #AmReading #WhatToRead #PNR

INTERVIEW WITH KEVIN McLEOD (She Died on a Monday) #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/vWLK50GLcoa

That Magic Mischief by Susanna Allen
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She’s a mediocre witch…and an even worse shifter.
Shifting Summer: Mane Shift Book 2 by Laura Bickle

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INTERVIEW WITH KEVIN McLEOD (She Died on a Monday) #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/vWLK50GLcoa

INTERVIEW - YA PARANORMAL - SHADOW SLAYER (Shadow, #2) by Laura A.H. Elliott #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/qamt50GLcmo

Author Interview - Demon Shadow by Timothy Patrick Means #Horror #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/iLFu50GLckc

She’s a mediocre witch…and an even worse shifter.
Shifting Summer: Mane Shift Book 2 by Laura Bickle
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#OnSale #UrbanFantasy #Shifter #ShifterFantasy #Witches #Shifters #LauraBickle #NewBook #AmReading #WhatToRead #PNR

Real Haunted Locations Dunblane, Scotland with Kevin McLeod #ParanormalLoveStory #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/QBj950GIcPr

That Magic Mischief by Susanna Allen - Book Tour + Giveaway
https://www.jazzybookreviews.com/2021/11/that-magic-mischief-by-susanna-allen.html

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SPOTLIGHT - PARANORMAL - SHE DIED ON A MONDAY by Kevin McLeod #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/s80C50GKccs

That Magic Mischief by Susanna Allen
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When the shadow invasion begins at Roxie’s high school, she’ll fight for her life and the lives of her family and friends when she discovers she’s the Shadow Slayer, the one human who can save Earth from the shadow onslaught. #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/JrJF50GKcaE

Demon Shadow by Timothy Patrick Means #Horror #bewithcingbooktours http://ow.ly/3GMS50GKc8O

Real Haunted Locations Dunblane, Scotland with Kevin McLeod #ParanormalLoveStory #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/QBj950GIcPr

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When the shadow invasion begins at Roxie’s high school, she’ll fight for her life and the lives of her family and friends when she discovers she’s the Shadow Slayer, the one human who can save Earth from the shadow onslaught. But, Roxie can’t even kill a spider. https://amzn.to/3AirEye
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The Demon Shadow by Timothy Patrick Means #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/IPXH50GJaWr

Real Haunted Locations Dunblane, Scotland with Kevin McLeod #ParanormalLoveStory #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/QBj950GIcPr