Cover Reveal: The Fall by Allyson Kennedy

Today I have the honor of taking part of the cover reveal for Allyson Kennedy’s newest book, The Fall. I reviewed the first book in the series, The Crush, a few weeks ago. But oh my, that book just ripped my heart out. It was so excellent in so many ways, and I can’t wait to read the second installment. 🙂

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Untold Blog Tour: Wrapup + Giveaway Winners (And Exciting News!)

And just like that, the blog tour for Untold has come to a close! A huge, huge thank you to all the amazing bloggers and social media people who posted on this tour – you all made this so special and fun for me. Thank you a million times over. And also, thank you to those of you who have followed along this past week and a half. I so appreciate your support!

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Untold Blog Tour: Music of Untold (In Which I Gift You with a Playlist!)

While I wrote Molly in Untold, I had the pleasure of combining two of my favorite things—music and writing. Given she was a pianist, I thought it was super applicable that she would react and think relating to pieces of music. (However, I don’t think all musicians necessarily think in this way, haha!) But dear Molly, my amazing piano prodigy, processed so many things through music—much like writers tend to do through writing. 😊

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New Release and Guest Post by E. B. Roshan, Author of Judgment Call

Kiva is handsome, generous, and very much in love with recently-widowed Preen Enda. But the thought of becoming his wife fills her with dread—especially when men from her past—men who know too much—begin appearing in her peaceful town. It’s only a matter of time before her secrets are revealed.

If Kiva learns the truth about what happened to Preen’s first husband, will he still want to become her second?

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New Release: Darkness Draws Near by Kristina Hall

All right, guys, today is an exciting day, because I get to tell you all about my sister’s newest release, Darkness Draws Near! This is the second book in her series, Kentucky Midnight, and let me tell you – it’s so good. Dystopian, yet not your typical dystopian, a romance, yet not an average romance, and suspense – it’s full of action! And the characters … don’t even get me started on Friedrich and Mellie. 🙂 Those people are so much fun. And did I mention there’s a pro-life theme? Yeah, that just blew my socks off, because that makes the book even better than it already was. Have I convinced you yet? 🙂


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