Thursday, February 28, 2013

Poison Me Blog Tour


I'm so excited to announce the release of Poison Me. It will be available March 4th and the blog tour runs March 4th through the 23rd. doTERRA Oil is donating $85 in product and wholesale membership, Kate Ryan Skincare is donating a $50 coupon code, and I'm donating a $50 Amazon card so it will be well worth stopping by the tour just to enter!

Tour Schedule
 
 

March 4th
Brooke Blogs
Book Spotlight

Rachael Renee Anderson
Spotlight/Excerpt

Just Another New Blog
Book Spotlight

Live to Read
Guest Post

Love. Pray. Read.
Excerpt

March 5th
Diony George
Excerpt

Carole Warburton
Interview

March 6th
Socrates Book Review
Excerpt/Spotlight

Long and Short Reviews
Guest Post

March 7th
Rachelle Writes
Quote/book spotlight

Braden Bell
Interview

March 8th
Laurens Crammed Bookshelf
Review

Charity Bradford
Excerpt

March 9th
White Sky Project
Spotlight/Tens List

Mochas, Mysteries, and More
Book Spotlight/Excerpt

Every Free Chance
Guest Post/Excerpt

March 10th
We All Make Mistakes in Books
Excerpt

March 11th
The Book Bag
Review/Excerpt

The Phantom Paragrapher
Review

March 12th
Pieces of Whimsy
Interview/Excerpt

Operation Awesome
Book Spotlight

March 13th
LDS and Lovin It
Review/Interview

My Devotional Thoughts
Review/Tens List

March 14th
Why Not Because I Said So
Review/Excerpt

Blooming with Books
Review/Excerpt

March 15th
Read Your Writes
Excerpt

March 16th
I Am a Reader Not a Writer
Tens List

March 18th
I'd Rather be Reading at the Beach
Review

Jennie Yuen
Review

Blackbird in my Window
Review/Spotlight

Books are Sanity
Review

March 20th
Rebecca Talley
Excerpt/Guest Post

Books4Tomorrow
Excerpt/Spotlight

Stephanie Worlton
Review

March 21st
Maria Hoagland
Review/Interview

Clean Romance Reviews
Excerpt/Spotlight

March 22nd
A Booklover Forever
Review

Getting Your Read On
Excerpt/Review

Brooke Blogs
Review

March 23rd
My Book a Day
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Baked Alaska by Josi Kilpack

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Baked Alaska by Josi S. Kilpack

An Alaskan cruise is the setting for amateur detective Sadie Hoffmillers latest adventure. Sadie plans to spend time relaxing with her two grown children, Breanna and Shawn, and her boyfriend, Pete, while enjoying the luxury and cuisine of an elegant cruise ship and helping to plan her daughters upcoming wedding. But even as the crew prepares to leave port, Sadie has suspicions about the voyage ahead and the relationship between her normally easygoing son and a mysterious female passenger he obviously knows but refuses to discuss. When the woman is discovered unconscious during the second night at sea, Sadies apprehension escalates. Over the last few years, Sadie has developed an extreme dislike for secrets and it would seem her son is keeping one from her. *Includes eight new mouthwatering recipes, tested and approved by the official bakers of Sadies Virtual Test Kitchen.


My Review
I love Sadie, she's like a good friend who it's always fun to spend time with. I've enjoyed the whole series, but this book was particularly fun as I've been on this cruise and we even had Julie as our cruise director! This is such a fun series and I would highly recommend it.

Praise for Baked Alaska
Josi Kilpack has done it again. You would think that all these events that occur in Sadie's life wouldn't be natural, but Josi Kilpack has a way of making you believe that it just "happens" and it is normal. I have grown to love Sadie's character, even if she is a busybody, you can't help but cheer for her as she attempts to solve a mystery or crime. One of my favorite series. :)
~Goodreads Reviewer Lacey McNeill









Author Josi S. Kilpack

Josi S. Kilpack grew up hating to read until she was thirteen and her mother handed her a copy of The Witch of Blackbird Pond. From that day forward, she read everything she could get her hands on and credits her writing “education” to the many novels she has “studied” since then. She began her first novel in 1998 and hasn’t stopped since. Her seventh novel, Sheep’s Clothing, won the 2007 Whitney Award for Mystery/Suspense, and Lemon Tart, her ninth novel, was a 2009 Whitney Award Finalist. Josi was the Best in State winner in literature for 2012 and currently has two books (Banana Split and Tres Leches Cupcakes) as finalists in the 2012 Whitney awards.

Josi currently lives in Willard, Utah, with her family.





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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Leap into Books Giveaway Hop

 
 
 


Pastry chef Tess Crawford thought moving from Chicago to quiet Silver Springs, Arizona would simplify her life. That was before she found the body of a woman with whom she had traded heated words the previous night, left her fingerprints on the murder weapon, and came under attack for trying to clear her name. When her cheating ex-fiance shows up, intent on convincing her to come back to work for him, Tess—armed with an extra batch of √©clairs—decides to take control and solve the mystery herself, with the help of friends and frenemies alike.

But will that be enough to save her when she gets too close and the killer decides it’s safer to get her out of the way?

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Monday, February 25, 2013

Family Size by Maria Hoagland


Jessica loves being the mom of an ever-expanding family, but when an ultrasound throws her a curve, can she adapt with grace?
 
Dragged away from home, Maya feels deserted by her workaholic husband in a land of confusing accents and church cliques. What will it take to acclimate and save her marriage—or does she even want to?
 
Sloane is an algebra teacher and runner who would give up both to be a mom, but no matter what she does, pregnancy remains elusive. Can she adjust her thinking and find purpose in her life?
 
As their lives intertwine, can friendship and faith help these women hurdle expectations of an ideal family size?
 
My Thoughts:
I just love that cover and I really loved reading this touching book. Family Size is a story of three women who are struggling and have to rely on each other and their faith to pull them through. I laughed. I cried. I believe every woman will relate to the different tales of heartache and hope and come away with more compassion and understanding for others. I would recommend you not only read Family Size, but share it with all the sisters in your life.



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Thursday, February 21, 2013

Poison Me Cover Reveal



I am so excited about this book! It reminds me of Steel Magnolias, hilarious and touching. Did any of you love that show like I did? Poison Me will be availabe on March 4th.

Poison Me Blurb:

Jake Merrill was raised by his grandmother, Ruby, and her hilarious friends. After a suspicious death at the retirement home where Ruby lives, she enlists Jake and Chanel, the beautiful activities director, to help her find the killer.

But secrets Ruby has kept for decades threaten her family and the man she’s always loved but could never have. Chanel’s unstable ex-boyfriend, a presumably dead relative, and vicious criminals add to the confusion. Time is running out as Jake, Chanel, and Ruby desperately search for clues to solve the murders and fight to save those they love.

 
Poison Me made me laugh out loud and thoroughly enjoy myself. I wish I had a friend like Ruby! Snappy dialogue, romance, and a strong sense of family made this book well worth reading.

Rachel Ann Nunes, bestselling author of Line of Fire and Before I Say Goodbye

Baked Alaska - Book Blast and $50 Giveaway


Baked Alaska by Josi S. Kilpack

An Alaskan cruise is the setting for amateur detective Sadie Hoffmillers latest adventure. Sadie plans to spend time relaxing with her two grown children, Breanna and Shawn, and her boyfriend, Pete, while enjoying the luxury and cuisine of an elegant cruise ship and helping to plan her daughters upcoming wedding. But even as the crew prepares to leave port, Sadie has suspicions about the voyage ahead and the relationship between her normally easygoing son and a mysterious female passenger he obviously knows but refuses to discuss. When the woman is discovered unconscious during the second night at sea, Sadies apprehension escalates. Over the last few years, Sadie has developed an extreme dislike for secrets and it would seem her son is keeping one from her. *Includes eight new mouthwatering recipes, tested and approved by the official bakers of Sadies Virtual Test Kitchen.




Praise for Baked Alaska
Josi Kilpack has done it again. You would think that all these events that occur in Sadie's life wouldn't be natural, but Josi Kilpack has a way of making you believe that it just "happens" and it is normal. I have grown to love Sadie's character, even if she is a busybody, you can't help but cheer for her as she attempts to solve a mystery or crime. One of my favorite series. :)
~Goodreads Reviewer Lacey McNeill









Author Josi S. Kilpack

Josi S. Kilpack grew up hating to read until she was thirteen and her mother handed her a copy of The Witch of Blackbird Pond. From that day forward, she read everything she could get her hands on and credits her writing “education” to the many novels she has “studied” since then. She began her first novel in 1998 and hasn’t stopped since. Her seventh novel, Sheep’s Clothing, won the 2007 Whitney Award for Mystery/Suspense, and Lemon Tart, her ninth novel, was a 2009 Whitney Award Finalist. Josi was the Best in State winner in literature for 2012 and currently has two books (Banana Split and Tres Leches Cupcakes) as finalists in the 2012 Whitney awards.

Josi currently lives in Willard, Utah, with her family.




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Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Skiing

My oldest two boys decided it was time they learned how to snowski. I used to love skiing so I was thrilled to take them. My sweetheart kept the younger boys, I shoved my coat full of treats and a wad of cash (a big wad, skiing is spendy!) and we hit the slopes.
My 10yo fell coming off the ski lift and it got worse from there, half an hour of him sprawled on the side of the slope saying, "I can't." My 14yo fared a little better, but everytime he came within hearing distance he would tell me, "I hate this, when I get to the bottom of the hill, I am done."
I guess I was due for some patience testing. I was pretty proud of myself as I kept trying to be positive and coach them through. My 14yo told me later he was about ready to lose it when I kept saying, "Nice," everytime he didn't fall making a turn.
Luckily we were on a really long run. It took us an hour and a half to get down the first time, but they both caught on, changed their attitudes, and by the end of the day I was getting hugs and the sweet, "I love you Mom, thanks for bringing us." So worth it.
I started thinking how many things in life are like learning how to ski - hard to learn at first, but so worth it when you catch on. So my inspiration for the day is - don't beat your child with a ski pole (I didn't, I promise) and if you want to learn something new, Don't Give Up!
Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Table Talk by John and Tina Bushman

Table Talk helps families establish healthy lines of communication through fun and insightful questions. It gives parents a tool to get their kids talking and to help parents teach values in an informal way. As children develop a pattern of talking with their parents about a wide range of topics, they will be able to turn to their parents in times of great need. As our kids are “dished up” and “served” many positive and negative values each day from so many different sources, family discussions can help children learn their family’s values and expectations more clearly. Getting families talking-and talking about what really matters. That's what Table Talk does.
 
 
My Review:
I really liked the idea behind Table Talk and the layout of the book with fun and serious questions and quotes on every page, but I knew the real test would be me attempting to use it for a worthwhile discussion at dinnertime with four boys.
I have to say that it went very well. One of the nights we even had friends over (four extra teenagers) and they joined in the discussion too. There were a few questions that my boys rolled their eyes at (this in no way reflects the quality of the questions, just boys trying to look tough for their brothers) but most of the questions got a great response. I could've done a better job of studying a few questions each night and starting discussions (or making my husband be involved) but I usually just hauled out the book and started reading. My lazy approach still worked so that must tell you that the book is doing it's job!
I would recommend this book to families, it was a great reminder for me to not just run around being the dinner lady but to sit down and chat with my boys about a variety of topics. I really appreciate that I was asked to review this book.

Monday, February 18, 2013

Line of Fire by Rachel Ann Nunes

I know I'm always bragging up Rachel Ann Nunes, but there is good reason, she's incredible! If you haven't read The Imprint series with the loveable Autumn Rain, you need to try them out. I just read Line of Fire and wish the next book was out already!

The first book in the series is Eyes of a Stranger.
Here's the blurb for Line of Fire:

Some secrets are best left alone.
Autumn Rain is back to work, along with handsome Detective Shannon Martin, but this time her investigation is personal. She must prove whether or not Cody Beckett is responsible for the disappearance of a young girl. His record makes him the main suspect, even if there's not enough evidence to arrest him, and Autumn's unique ability to read imprints may be the only way she can uncover the truth.

What Autumn discovers, however, is far bigger than she or Shannon expected. Secrets, lies, missing evidence, and Autumn's own volatile feelings regarding Cody muddy the case until they aren't sure whom to trust, even among their own allies.

Soon Autumn and Shannon are running out of time to save their own lives and the lives of more than one little girl.

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The Gingerbread House by Nell Carson


After a tumultuous past, Greta Kendall has focused mainly on her bridal shop, located on the first floor of her beloved Queen Anne Victorian near Aspen. For two years she's fought to save her house from Stephanie Harwood of Harwood Development, who is intent on destroying her home to build a new mall. But now Greta's running out of time. The town council is about to approve the final plans for the mall.

When Gray Daniels walks into her shop, Greta is immediately attracted to his rugged good looks and midnight blue eyes—until she learns he's Stephanie Harwood's fianc√©. She's furious to find they've tricked her into a publicity stunt aimed at garnering support for the mall. So now her little war has a new front: Gray Daniels. If only she could forget those striking blue eyes….
A knock on the door brings a return of old danger, and Greta must now put aside her anguish over the house to fight for her life. Will she succumb to the long-accustomed role of victim or can she overcome her paralyzing fear to emerge the resilient survivor she longs to be—and in the process learn if she’s finally free to love again?

My Review:
I loved the way the author of The Gingerbread House wove romance, suspense, family drama, and tragedy into this touching story. I rooted for the heroine all the way along, while hoping the hero would open his eyes and see the right girl! The story is fun with a clean but oh-so-romantic love story and enough suspense to keep me flipping through my Kindle pages when I should've been doing something else.
I would highly recommend The Gingerbread House and will definitely read more by Nell Carson.

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Thursday, February 14, 2013

Valentine's Cards

My 14yo made me a beautiful Valentine's card - written in Spanish. I get the Gracias and Besos de Yayito (I love you?) but I'm not sure if he's saying - Thank you for making me dinner last night and I love you for not being able to read Spanish, or something much more endearing like thank you for being the best mom and I love you forever.

I hope you all have a wonderul Valentine's Day, with cards you can read.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Video Games

I'm not a huge fan of video games. I'm kind of old-fashioned and would rather have my boys playing outside or building Lego towers than shooting zombies. I know, crazy.
So you can imagine my feelings the other night when I found out my 14yo's friend had brought a M-rated game to our house and the older boys had played it while the younger boys watched.
We had a big talk about how M-rated games are just like R-rated movies and neither are allowed into our house.
The boys were pretty good about it, but we did get the argument, "We're the only ones who can't play M-rated games." I know that's not true, but I understand why they feel that way.
Any advice on how to curb the video game desire, especially for violent games?
Monday, February 11, 2013

Phantom Book Blast and $50 Giveaway


Phantom by Laura DeLuca

The “Phantom” was a musical phenomenon that Rebecca had always found enchanting. She had no idea that her life was about to mirror the play that was her obsession. When her high school drama club chooses “Phantom” as their annual production, Rebecca finds herself in the middle of an unlikely love triangle and the target of a sadistic stalker who uses the lines from the play as their calling card.

Rebecca lands the lead role of Christine, the opera diva, and like her character, she is torn between her two co-stars—Tom the surfer and basketball star who plays the lovable hero, and Justyn, the strangely appealing Goth who is more than realistic in the role of the tortured artist.

Almost immediately after casting, strange things start to happen both on and off the stage. Curtains fall. Mirrors are shattered. People are hurt in true phantom style. They all seem like accidents until Rebecca receives notes and phone calls that hint at something more sinister. Is Justyn bringing to life the twisted character of the phantom? Or in real life are the roles of the hero and the villain reversed? Rebecca doesn’t know who to trust, but she knows she’s running out of time as she gets closer and closer to opening night. Only when the mask is stripped away, will the twenty first century phantom finally be revealed.

Excerpt


The orchestra tuned for its virtuoso, and Justyn stood ready. But no one else was ready for the magical performance he began. Beside her, Carmen was rambling on about something mundane. Rebecca elbowed her to silence so she could listen to the perfectly thrilling tenor. As she listened to the song unfold, the world around her started to slip away. Gone was the high school auditorium. Gone were the rowdy teenagers. The Gothic stranger on the stage had become the embodiment of Erik, and Rebecca watched him in all his dark glory, belting out his tormented love through the words of his song. And she was as breathless with wonder as Christine herself must have been when the masked stranger serenaded her in the candlelit labyrinth of the opera house. In that moment, Justyn wasn’t just portraying the phantom. Justyn was the phantom.

                                               “Let the music touch your soul.
                                                 Let the darkness make you whole.
                                                 Do not fear what is unknown.
                                                 Your true path has now been shown.
                                                 Listen to the words I sing.
                                                 Embrace the peace that night will bring.”

     As he continued to sing in his deep but somehow angelic voice, Rebecca found that she couldn’t tear her eyes away from him. With every line, her heart began to beat faster.  She truly felt the arms of night wrapping her in a warm embrace. She could almost feel the hands of the phantom glide along her body as the words poured forth. The music caressed her. It possessed her—mind, body and soul. Each word left her longing, yearning for more.

     She was gawking so obviously, it was hardly surprising when Justyn felt her eyes on him and steadily met her gaze. She realized her mouth was hanging open in stunned awe, and she quickly snapped it shut. His lips moved into just a small hint of a smile. He never took his eyes off her while he sang the final verse, making her cheeks flush to the point that she felt almost feverish. But it wasn’t embarrassment but excitement, arousal even, which was sending her mind spinning in so many directions.

      When the song was over, and Rebecca had recovered just a hint of her composure, she couldn’t help but burst into a healthy round of applause. A few scattered people joined in, including Debbie and Carmen after she nudged them in the ribs. But only Miss King seemed to truly appreciate the brilliance of his talent as much as Rebecca did.

      “That was amazing, Justyn!” the teacher gushed.

      “Lord Justyn,” he corrected as he stepped down from the stage.

      A few others complimented him as well, but he took in all in stride. In fact, his serious expression never faltered as he stepped down from the stage. He seemed almost bored, like it was all he could do to hold back a yawn, despite the smiles and words of encouragement.

     But not everyone in the crowd was pleased as Justyn glided down the aisle, so ethereal in his dark garments that he still resonated the spirit of the Opera Ghost. Miss King might have been excited about the newest male addition to her cast after being limited for many years, but Tom and his group of boisterous companions glared at him as he passed them by.  Jay sneered and tossed a balled up piece of paper in Justyn’s direction, but the Goth was quick, and caught it in his hand without missing a beat.

    “I think you dropped something,” he said.

    His speaking voice was no less melodic than his singing voice, but something about his tone made Rebecca shiver. He tossed the paper back at Jay, who was nowhere near as coordinated as Justyn. He practically fell off his seat in his efforts to catch it.

     “Hey vampire,” Tom called when Justyn went to walk away. “Are you sure you can handle the competition?”

     Justyn smiled, a cool, sarcastic half-smile, and crossed his arms over his chest. “Are you?”

     Miss King didn’t notice the short confrontation, and Justyn vanished from the auditorium as quickly and mysteriously as he had appeared. Only Rebecca had noticed the very real tension between the two boys. She wondered if it was a bad omen for them to start off the production with hard feelings and envy. That could only lead to trouble. The kind of trouble that could end with someone getting hurt.  The kind of trouble that Rebecca would do whatever it took to avoid.


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Author Laura DeLuca

Laura “Luna” DeLuca lives at the beautiful Jersey shore with her husband and four children. She loves writing in the young adult genre because it keeps her young at heart. In addition to writing fiction, Laura is also the sole author of a popular review blog called New Age Mama. She is an active member of her local pagan community, and has been studying Wicca for close to eight years.








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Friday, February 8, 2013

Poaching Daises by Carole Thayne Warburton



Who is Trying to Silence Penny?

Penny Thorton’s dreams of being a park ranger start to unravel her first week on the job when she finds a dead bear in Yellowstone’s backcountry. Shots are fired as she runs away, but once she tells the authorities, all evidence evaporates. Penny’s aunt Iris, who is bent on eradicating an invasive species of daisy from the park, puts that mission on hold when more bears are killed and she becomes entangled in the mystery. After several attempts on Penny’s life, she and Iris learn to trust no one—not even their friends.

My Review:
I hate to sound cheesy, but this book is simply delightful. Penny and Iris are such a fun combination. I love their idealism, honesty, and ability to put themselves in crazy predicaments. This book had me guessing to the very end and enjoying the journey all the way along.

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Thursday, February 7, 2013

Romance Is in the Air Blog Hop - Win The Reluctant Bachelorette



I am giving away an autographed copy of The Reluctant Bachelorette by Rachael Anderson. Read my review of this hilarious romantic comedy here. Please enter through the Rafflecopter form below. Thanks for stopping by!


Unknowingly cast as the bachelorette for her town’s charity event, Taycee Emerson wants out. Especially when she discovers her old teenage crush, Luke Carney, is one of the bachelors and it's up to the viewers--not her--to decide which bachelors stay or go.

Coerced into participating, Taycee does what any self-preserving girl would do. She launches a subtle attack on Luke’s good name with the hope of getting him voted off the show. Unfortunately, Luke's an eye-for-an-eye kind of guy, and when he discovers what she's up to, it means revenge.

But when their pranks go south, will they screw up any chance they have at a future together, or will they be able to forgive and forget and prove that love really does conquer all?






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