Happy Sunday, fellow book addicts, and welcome back to another sneak peek of what we have in store for you in the week ahead. It’s going to be packed to the hilt with guests, giveaways, and reviews, so without further delay, here’s what’s coming up!
Monday – Kicking off our week, we’ll be welcoming author Rebecca Cohen on the tour for her new novel He’s Behind You
We’ll also have author Rick R. Reed with us today on the tour for his new romantic thriller The Couple Next Door
Tuesday – Today we’ve got a big day planned, starting with a cover reveal for Lane Hayes’s new novel A Kind of Truth
Then following that, we’ll have author Kate Hill with us to chat about her new novel Blow by Blow
Finally, we’ll be hosting the Home for the Holidays Anthology blog tour with SJ Himes, Jenna Kendrick, Heather C. Leigh, Liv Rancourt, and Felice Stevens
Wednesday – Sticking with the “Big Day” theme, today we kick things off with author Cardeno C. on the audiobook tour for Just What the Truth Is, book five in the Home series
Next, author Silvia Violet joins us on the tour for her new novel Professional Distance
Followed by author JA Rock on The Subs Club blog Tour
And finally, we’ll have another installment in DSP Publications’ “Genre Talk” with Carole Cummings and Lex Chase to look forward to
Thursday – Today kicks off with author Joe Cosentino on the tour for his new Christmas novella A Home for the Holidays
And next up we’ll welcome author LB Gregg on the tour for With This Bling, book three in one of my all-time favorites, the Romano and Albright series
Friday – We have a couple of great guests today; first comes author Cate Ashwood on the tour for her new novel A Forced Silence
Then, author Santino Hassell stops back by on the tour for the second novel in his Five Boroughs series, Sunset Park
Saturday – To close out the week, we’re pleased to be taking part in a very special tour for Pride Publishing’s Racing Hearts Anthology, with contributing author Ethan Stone. All proceeds from the book will be donated to Cancer Research UK and Prospect Hospice in memory of Peter Laybourn, the late husband of Pride editor Sue Laybourn
And that does it for this week. Until next time, happy reading!