Read an exclusive excerpt from Marriage of Convenience by Amy Vastine

Welcome to the book tour for Marriage of Convenience by Amy Vastine! This is a part of her heartwarming Harlequin Stop the Wedding! series. I really enjoyed this book, and you can read my full review over at Andi’s Book Reviews. Be sure to also check out the rest of the tour and the great giveaway. But first, enjoy this exclusive excerpt from the book.

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Interview with Bill Zarchy, author of Finding George Washington

Welcome to the book tour for Finding George Washington: A Time Travel Tale by Bill Zarchy! Today you’re going to get to know him and his book a bit better via an interview and excerpt. Be sure to ask more questions in the comments section and then follow the tour for even more. Best of luck entering the giveaway!

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Interview with D.K. Doulos, author of WoE Is Me, with #Giveaway

Welcome to the book tour for WoE Is Me, a dystopian novel by D.K. Doulos! Today you’re going to get the chance to know him better as you also learn about his book. Be sure to also follow the tour for even more and then best of luck in the giveaway!

WoE Is Us

By D.K. Doulos

Christian Dystopian, YA, Sci-Fi

Paperback & ebook, 267 Pages

March 30, 2021 by Ambassador International

Lyrian Wallace was only ten years old when the Malevolence struck on October 10, 2056. She thought the next decade had numbed her to the grief, the death, the bots, and the daily struggle for survival. She lost her parents when they became Sleepers, but like everyone else, she had pieced together a new family. Lyrian was almost content when the Alliance began taking them . . .

The world always took things away from her. She could only live for today and never dared to hope for any heaven. But when her circumstances change, Lyrian must choose how she might live for both this life and the next.

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1.) Describe your book in 25 words or less.

When the world collapses, your family is gone, and technology fails you, where would you turn for hope when your life is on the line?

2.) What was the inspiration for this book?

I observed a growing sense in our society that we can use technology to solve all our problems, even death. People dream of cheating death. One way or another, people are in search of a technological salvation, one achieved by humanity’s collective intellect and will. As a Christian, I think they’re looking in the wrong place.

Over the past few years, I’ve read several dystopian books and watched dystopian movies, and the thought occurred to me: “Jesus matters to a billion people on Earth, and many times people turn toward God when life gets hard. If these stories are set in a bleaker, darker future, why shouldn’t people be clinging to the hope found in Jesus?”

3.) To which character did you best relate?

As a father, I can relate to Jacob, though I can only imagine his pain. I’d like to think I’m like him, but I’m probably more like Doc: a quirky nerd.

4.) What was one of your favorite scenes?

I really enjoyed the scene where Jacob is sitting in a small cemetery having an imaginary conversation with his deceased daughter. That one tugs at my heart.

5.) What are you currently reading? On your TBR?

I’m finishing up the Rogues trilogy by Kristen Hogrefe Nelson, which is a really creative Christian dystopian trilogy. I’ve also just started reading Synapse by Steven James.

6.) What is something readers may be surprised to learn about you?

I love working in children’s ministry at my church and have been known to don a wild costume for a skit or two, if it will help teach the kids about God and how Jesus loves them.

D.K. Doulos has written stories most of his life and is thankful he can use his talent in service to God. When he’s not writing, he enjoys going camping, impersonating a grill master, and watching college football. Between epic cross-country family road trips, he lives in Texas with his wife and four children. Find out more about D.K. on his website (

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#BookBlast Tiger Stripes by Hanna Renae with #Giveaway


Welcome to the book blast for Tiger Stripes by Hannah Renae. In this book, she tackles the topic of women’s mental health, something that does not receive enough attention. You can read an excerpt here before downloading your copy and then follow the tour for more, plus leave questions and comments along the way. Best of luck entering the great giveaway at the end! Continue reading “#BookBlast Tiger Stripes by Hanna Renae with #Giveaway”

#BookBlast He’ll Be Waiting by Liz Alterman

What would you do if you woke up and couldn’t remember how you got there? Check out an excerpt from the YA thriller He’ll Be Waiting and then download your own copy. Be sure to check out the rest of the tour for more and leave your questions and comments along the way. Best of luck entering the giveaway!

What would you do to remember? What would you give to forget?

When Tess Porter agrees to pick up her boyfriend’s college pal at the airport on a snowy December night, she has no idea she’s about to embark on the most dangerous ride of her life.

Two days later, the 17-year-old wakes up in a hospital with broken bones, unable to remember how she got there. Her parents are acting strange, and neither James, her boyfriend, nor her best friend, Izzy, has visited.

As she struggles to physically recover, Tess wrestles with haunting questions: What happened? Will her memory ever return? And what if she’s better off not recalling any of it?

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In my hand is a beautiful silver pocket watch on a long, delicate chain. It looks antique, but it’s been polished and shined to appear almost new again. 5:05 it reads. How can it be that late already? I glance at the clock on the mantle. 4:05. It’s been in there since before Daylight Saving Time ended in early November. But how did it get there? Who gave it to Mom? It’s ticking in my hand. A truth bomb. I read the note once more.

“I’m counting the minutes until we’re together again. I’m hoping you’re doing the same.”

I study it. No loops or swirls. This isn’t a woman’s script. Aside from the fact that someone is pretty eager to see Mom again, what does this mean? I haven’t a clue, but I do know this: That is not my father’s handwriting.

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Liz Alterman lives in New Jersey with her husband and three sons. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Parents, McSweeney’s, and other publications. She spends most days microwaving the same cup of coffee and looking up synonyms.







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