Shepherd & the Professor By Dan Klefstad @danklefstad ~ @brwpublisher By Guest Blogger J A Warnock. #RT

About The Book Most people take comfort knowing their family and friends will remember them after they die. For Susan Shepherd, “remembering” is bullshit. She wants an eternal shrine to her sacrifice: a book that never goes out of print. Shepherd served her country in the Gulf War, got shot while serving her community as

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Q&A ~ #BeatTheRain By Nigel Jay Cooper @nijay #Giveaway ~Signed Copy

About Nigel Jay Cooper Bestselling JHP Fiction title of 2016 (Beat The Rain). Goodreads Choice Awards 2016 semifinalist, Best Debut Goodreads Author.* Nigel is an author, writer, father, runner. Not always in that order. Born in London, England, Nigel now lives in Brighton (via Nottingham) with his partner, their two children and greying ginger dog.

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Q&A Spot ~ To Die To Live By Jason Hershey @therealjhershey #RT

About The Book  Thelonious “Theo” Mitchell is a down on his luck teenager, wandering aimlessly through life with no desire or focus. When tragedy strikes, he is taken in by his aunt and uncle. Thrown into a new school with unfamiliar surroundings, he befriends the class “troublemaker”. After yet another tragedy, will Theo fall victim

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Q&A With Jackie Baldwin ~ #DeadMansPrayer ~@JackieMBaldwin1 @HarperCollinsUK #KillerReads #RT

Today I welcome Jackie Baldwin to my blog. I was very lucky to hear Jackie read at the Noir@The Bar event in Edinburgh hosted by Jacky Grámosi Collins. It was superb to discover Jackie Baldwin and it’s a real honour that I have a wee Q&A with her today. About Jackie Baldwin Jackie Baldwin was born

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We Are All Made Of Stars By Rowan Coleman @rowancoleman ~@eburypublishing #Review #RT

About The Book  From the Sunday Times bestselling author of THE MEMORY BOOK, WE ARE ALL MADE OF STARS is ‘tender, poignant, hopeful’ Sunday Mirror. ‘A bittersweet story about love and letting go, you’ll remember these wonderfully affecting and very human characters long after you’ve turned the last page’ Sunday Express Stella Carey exists in

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