A Moat is Not a Goat: Poems For Clever Little Girls Book Blast

A Moat is Not a Goat by Elsa Takaoka

A Moat is Not a Goat: Poems for Clever Little Girls
A collection of 16 beautifully illustrated poems, written to teach, inspire and empower little girls.

Written by: Elsa Takaoka | Illustrated by: Fanny Liem | Length: 32 | Recommended For: Children ages 4-8 years

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Rough Around the Edges Meets Refined Blog Tour

Rough Around the EdgesAround the Edges Meets Refined (Meet Your Match #2)
Written by Rachael Anderson

Noah Mackie, life is finally got his life back in order. He’s finally got the hang of the whole single father bit, and a promotion is on the way at work. But when the job falls through and his neighbor’s matchmaking efforts become more aggressive, Noah’s life is thrown into chaos again. With his two girls and career to worry about, he doesn’t have time for dating—especially not someone like Cassie Ellis, his daughters’ beautiful dance instructor, who is about as approachable as a brick wall.

Rough around the Edges Meets Refined is the story of two people who think they know exactly what they want, but who have no idea what they really need.

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The Last Enchantress Book Blast

last enchantressThe Last Enchantress by Scott & Judith Powell

Being a single woman in New York who has magical powers isn’t much better than being a nineteen year old for hundreds of years. Eva is trying to live a normal life, and takes a seemingly unmagical job as a translator for a wealthy American family in Spain. She runs into a friendly but hungry vampire named Louis and feels drawn to this handsome, dangerous stranger who has problems of his own.

Louis’s life was just fine until Eva walked into his church. She smells like heaven. Or is it hell, always smelling but never partaking? Surely she is the devil coming to collect on his lost soul.


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Spell For Sophia Blog Tour


Spell for Sophia

Sophia Perez-Hidalgo’s has to master her magic – her life depends on it as she runs from her lawless parents and their evil boss.

When she runs as far as the Lousiana bayou, fate delivers her into the arms of Shiloh Breaux Martine, and his grand-mère, a voodoo priestess.

How far will Sophia have to run to escape her parents and their boss forever?

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Tears For a World Book Blast

Tears for a worldTear for a World by Alexander Fernandez
Marisylia Malludar has a holy artifact bonded around her neck that gives her incredible physical and magical powers—at a cost.  Inch by inch her body is being consumed by it. Both a group of Religious fanatics and a cruel sorceress want the artifact for themselves and are hunting Marisylia.


Marisylia blinked and rubbed milk out of her eyes, but the mob wasn’t finished. A stiff hand shoved her from behind and she stumbled against the table. Unfinished slices of pie and rolls of bread pelted her.

With nowhere to hide, she dove into the horde and tried to shove her way out. Most of the people only yelled insults as they let her pass. Others bumped her roughly with their shoulders, tried to trip her, or pushed her around so she bounced back and forth between pairs of hands.

One woman caught Marisylia and carefully steadied her. She peered into the woman’s eyes, one friendly person amid the riled swarm. The lady smiled softly, then suddenly spit into Marisylia’s face.

When the saliva splattered her cheek, Marisylia stopped caring why the citizens acted like this. Whether due to fear of the religious power, worry that it would infest Three Fingers, or simply senseless anger, none of it mattered anymore since the time to quit had arrived.

All of her determination to succeed had been ripped to shreds by the crowd. Each hand that shoved, every object that struck, drained her enthusiasm. Her devotion to the religion had drowned in the woman’s spit. It was all too much. Marisylia didn’t have Milick’s iron skin or Shri Lilyn’s boldness. She had nothing, only the desire to run away and forget everything.

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Cranberry Bluff Blog Tour

Cranberry BluffCranberry Bluff by Deborah Garner

When Molly Elliott went out to run errands one day she had know way of knowing that it would land her in the middle of a bank robbery -one that she would then be accused of committing. Although her name is cleared, the media attention and threatening notes are too much for her, so she flees to her Aunt Maggie’s bed and breakfast on the Northern California coast. Her escape is peaceful at first, until a handful of guests with hidden agendas head to the cottage one weekend.

Will Molly’s past come back to haunt her, or will she finally be able to leave it behind?


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If You Believe Blog Tour

If you believeIf You Believe by Mya O’Malley

Melody’s love story with Jack came to a sudden end, and years later Melody still struggles with the loss – with no desire to date again. She finds it especially hard to deal with the loss during the holiday season.

Jack doesn’t know whether he’s an angel or a ghost, and with conflicting emotions, he takes it upon himself to find a man for a woman he still loves.

This is a charming tale, about finding love after tragedy, that it will have you laughing and crying. But ultimately, it will have you believing in true love.


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My Life as a 6th Grade Super Zero Book Blast

life as a sixth grade super zeroMy Life as a 6th Grade Super Zero
Written by Peggy Martinez

Being a superhero surrounded by a bunch of average people should make me pretty cool right? Wrong. Turns out superheros and villains aren’t as rare as one might hope. And unfortunately for me—I’m a hero with a completely useless, totally wonky super power. I’m a dud—a zero. That’s me, Theo Perkins, a 6th grade super-freaking-zero.


Praise for the Book
“This is definitely a book that I would have no problem sharing with my kids. Your superheroes have the most creative powers!” -Lindsay Galloway, Contagious Reads.


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Win $25! Real Santa Blog Tour

Real SantaReal Santa
Written by William Hazelgrove

George Kronenfeldt is an unemployed engineer. His daughter Megan tells him that the only way she will believe in Santa is if she can videotape him. She then tells her fourth grade class that she will prove the existence of Santa Claus by putting her video to YouTube, and George takes it upon himself to become Santa. He comes up with a plan to land nine reindeer on his roof and go down his chimmney, hiring a broken down movie director who eventually has him funding a full scale production that bankrupts him and puts his marriage on the line. When George seeks out the Real Santa for help, the line between reality and magic is blurred. Real Santa is a funny heartwarming story of parenthood gone wrong, and depicts the lengths that parents will go to keep their kids happy.

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Win $25! The Magic of Friendship Book Blast

The Magic of Friendship by Subhash Kommuru

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Written by: Subhash Kommuru & Sujata Kommuru | Length: 42 pages | Recommended for: children ages 3 to 8 years old

Description: This is a story about change — a transformation that comes with the magic of friendship.  A flock of migrating geese stumble upon Tadoba. It is the land of a fierce tiger named Babbar who does not allow anyone in his area. Will Babbar show any mercy? Will the geese make it to safety?

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