Tag: Tribute Books

Mar 11
Tribute Books Blog Tour Review: Love On The Menu by Ellen March

Tribute Books Blog Tour Review: Love On The Menu by Ellen March

My Thoughts: I haven’t read a good Cowboy Romance in a long time. When the chance to review Love On The Menu arose I jumped on it. And, Ms. March definitely didn’t disappoint me in her work! I really enjoyed reading Jago and Riley’s story. Jago is a super sexy cowboy that made ME swoon reading about him. I loved his quirkiness and charm. His actions toward Riley kept me hooked to the story and I fell in love with him a little more with each page turn. Riley. Now that’s a character and a half. She was created by Ms. March in a way that made me, as a reader, feel as if I was in her shoes. Her handiness with helping Jago with his horses was awesome and I loved watching her and her feelings for Jago grow. These two characters are perfectly created for this story! Each page  turn brought something new to the story and the twists and turns helped keep me engrossed long in to the night. Ms. March has a wonderful knack for showing her readers a story full of wittiness and romance. The steam that rolled off the characters as they grew in… Read more »

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Mar 25
Tribute Books Blog Tour Spotlight: Chasing Prophecy by James Moser

Tribute Books Blog Tour Spotlight: Chasing Prophecy by James Moser

Title: Chasing Prophecy Author: James Moser Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal, Thriller Ebook available at: Kindle | Smashwords   Book Description: Mo is a shy teen who is just trying to survive high school. He has secretly fallen in love with a girl named Prophecy who lives with a group that some call a commune and others call a cult. When she disappears, Mo must find the courage to face the monster that her family has become. Chasing Prophecy is a contemporary coming of age story that is heartwarming, suspenseful, and beautifully written. This book chronicles the adolescence of one boy who must transform himself to save the girl of his dreams. Kirkus Reviews: “A stellar read for teens and adults, full of hilarious growing pains, tenderness and a few surprises. Moser’s debut is an unflinching young-adult novel that sees a group of friends tested by bigotry and the illegal machinations of a religious cult. The author serves up an irresistibly wisecracking narrator in Mo Kirkland. Every page ripples with a controlled cleverness. There’s also a rawness to this tale similar to that which many teens face in the real world. Moser can wax rhapsodic about young love, but he shows that he… Read more »

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Oct 24
Tribute Books Blog Tour Q&A: Tabou by Suzanne Stroh + Giveaway!

Tribute Books Blog Tour Q&A: Tabou by Suzanne Stroh + Giveaway!

Tabou Suzanne Stroh Patience, Book 1 Publish Green October 11,2011 463 pages Amazon | BN RBM’s Disclaimer Jocelyn Russet and Patience Herrick. Two powerful, British-born American lesbians, fiery heiresses of different generations. Both coming of age at the same time. Are they destined for one another—or starcrossed? Follow their ten-year Odyssey in a sexy romp through the rollicking 1980s and 1990s. Discover how their fate turns on secret histories that bind the Russet and Herrick dynasties in business, politics and espionage. Meet an international cast of supporting characters who must all choose between love and duty in book one of the TABOU quintet.

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Sep 30
Tribute Books Blog Tour Guest Post: Victorious Woman! by Annmarie Kelly

Tribute Books Blog Tour Guest Post: Victorious Woman! by Annmarie Kelly

Victorious Woman! Annmarie Kelly Optimal Living Press September 2004 279 pages Amazon | BN RBM’s Disclaimer Victorious Woman! Shaping Life’s Challenges into Personal Victories offers nine compelling stories of real life women who overcame daunting challenges such a cancer, abandonment, domestic abuse and more. Each riveting story in Victorious Woman! is followed by thought-provoking coaching questions intended to inspire and encourage readers to rethink all or part of their life.

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Jul 10
Tribute Books Blog Tour Review: Knee Deep by Jolene Perry

Tribute Books Blog Tour Review: Knee Deep by Jolene Perry

Knee Deep Jolene Perry Tribute Books April 25, 2012 178 pages Amazon|BN|Smashwords provided by publisher RBM’s Disclaimer 5/5 Books Shawn is the guy Ronnie Bird promised her life to at the age of fourteen. He’s her soul mate. He’s more uptight every day, but it’s not his fault. His family life is stressful, and she’s adding to it. She just needs to be more understanding, and he’ll start to be the boy she fell in love with. She won’t give up on someone she’s loved for so long. Luke is her best friend, and the guy she hangs with to watch girlie movies in her large blanketopias. He’s the guy she can confide in before she even goes to her girlfriends, and the guy who she’s playing opposite in Romeo and Juliet. Now her chest flutters every time he gets too close. This is new. Is Ronnie falling for him? Or is Juliet? The lines are getting blurry, but leaving one guy for another is not something that a girl like Ronnie does. Shawn’s outbursts are starting to give her bruises, and Luke’s heart breaks as Ronnie remains torn. While her thoughts and feelings swirl around the lines between friendship… Read more »

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Jun 13
Tribute Books Blog Tour Guest Post: Entering The Blue Stone’s Molly Best Tinsley

Tribute Books Blog Tour Guest Post: Entering The Blue Stone’s Molly Best Tinsley

Entering The Blue Stone Molly Best Tinsley Fuze Publishing, LLC May 15, 2012 185 pages Amazon|BN RBM’s Disclaimer What happens when one’s larger-than-life military parents–disciplined, distinguished, exacting–begin sliding out of control? The General struggles to maintain his invulnerable façade against Parkinson’s disease; his lovely wife manifests a bizarre dementia. Their three grown children, desperate to save the situation, convince themselves of the perfect solution: an upscale retirement community. But as soon as their parents have been resettled within its walls, the many imperfections of its system of care begin to appear. Charting the line between comedy and pathos, Molly Best Tinsley’s memoir, Entering the Blue Stone dissects the chaos at the end of life and discovers what shines beneath: family bonds, the dignity of even an unsound mind, and the endurance of the heart.

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Apr 27
Tribute Books Blog Tour Guest Post: Night Sky’s Jolene Perry

Tribute Books Blog Tour Guest Post: Night Sky’s Jolene Perry

Night Sky Jolene Perry Tribute Books March 1, 2012 247 pages Amazon|BN|Smashwords RBM’s Disclaimer Girl I’ve loved, girl I’m falling for. Now that they’re both in view, the problem is clear. After losing Sarah, the friend he’s loved, to some other guy, Jameson meets Sky. Her Native American roots, fluid movements, and need for brutal honesty become addictive fast. This is good. Jameson needs distraction – his dad leaves for another woman, his mom’s walking around like a zombie, and Sarah’s new boyfriend can’t keep his hands off of her. As he spends time with Sky and learns about her village, her totems, and her friends with drums – she’s way more than distraction. Jameson’s falling for her fast. But Sky’s need for honesty somehow doesn’t extend to her life story – and Jameson just may need more than his new girl to keep him distracted from the disaster of his senior year.

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Mar 30
Tribute Books Blog Tour Review: The Priest And The Peaches by Larry Peterson

Tribute Books Blog Tour Review: The Priest And The Peaches by Larry Peterson

The Priest And The Peaches Larry Peterson Tribute Books December 21, 2011 204 pages Amazon|BN|Smashwords RBM’s Disclaimer 5/5 Books Take a seven day journey with the five, newly orphaned Peach kids, as they begin their struggle to remain a family while planning their dad’s funeral. They find an ally in the local parish priest, Father Tim Sullivan, who tries his best to guide them through the strange, unchartered and turbulent waters of “grown-up world.” A story that is sad, funny, and inspiring as it shows how the power of family love and faith can overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles. About The Author: Larry Peterson was born and raised in the Bronx, New York. A former Metal Lather/Reinforcing Iron-worker, he left that business after coming down with MS. He, his wife and three kids moved to Florida 30 years ago. Larry began doing freelance newspaper commentary after graduating from Tampa College in 1984. His first children’s picture book, Slippery Willie’s Stupid, Ugly Shoes was published in 2011. In 2012, his full length novel, The Priest and the Peaches was released and he is presently working on the sequel. He also has a blog (http://www.slipperywillie.com) where he posts weekly commentary. He lives in… Read more »

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Feb 14
Tribute Books Blog Tour Guest Post: Stashing Granny by A Place To Die’s Dorothy James

Tribute Books Blog Tour Guest Post: Stashing Granny by A Place To Die’s Dorothy James

A Place to Die Dorothy James An Inspector Georg Büchner Mystery Xlibris Corporation April 21, 2010 436 pages Amazon|BN RBM’s Disclaimer Eleanor and Franz Fabian arrive from New York to spend Christmas with Franzs mother in her sedate retirement home in the Vienna Woods. Their expectations are low: at best, boredom, at worst, run-of-the-mill family friction. But when the wealthy, charming Herr Graf is found dead in his apartment with an ugly head wound, the Fabians are thrust into a homicide investigation. Some residents and staff have surprising connections to the dead man, but who would have wanted to kill him? Inspector Bchner tracks down the murderer against a backdrop of Viennese history from the Nazi years to the present day. Witty, suspenseful, lyrical, this is a literary whodunit that will keep you guessing till the last page. About The Author: Dorothy James was born in Wales and grew up in the South Wales Valleys. Writer, editor, and translator, she has published short stories as well as books and articles on German and Austrian literature. She has taught at universities in the U.S., England, and Germany, makes her home now in Brooklyn and often spends time in Vienna and Berlin…. Read more »

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Dec 07
TributeBooks Blog Tour Guest Post: Meet On The Paisley Roof’s Murray Tillman

TributeBooks Blog Tour Guest Post: Meet On The Paisley Roof’s Murray Tillman

Meet Me On The Paisley Roof Murray Tillman Bascom Hill Publishing 316 pages August 2009 Amazon/B&N/MyBookOrders Trussell Jones has a problem. He is crazy in love with a beautiful girl named Ellen. The problem? He has no car. His stepmother, who believes that she is spiritually connected to Queen Victoria, won’t let him drive. Furthermore, she is afraid Trussell is trying to kill her. Not to be overlooked is the fact that Trussell is being pursued by a gang of armed redneck motorcycle hoods, while his neighbors are preoccupied with changing visions of St. Francis. Just another heartwarming tale of a boy in love with a girl? Hardly. This delightfully quixotic coming-of-age story, set in Columbus, Georgia in the 1950s, truly has something to shock and beguile even the most jaded reader. Its irreverent protagonist will take you on a road trip of hits, near misses, twists, and sudden turns that ll set you on your ear. You ll be unable to put the book down, until you reach its charming yet totally unpredictable conclusion.  Something Borrowed, Something New:  Writing the Autobiographical Novel by Murray Tillman The story that I wrote in Meet Me on the Paisley Roof had close… Read more »

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