BOOK REVIEW: Asia’s New Wings, The Untold Story of a Little Girl Lost on 9/11 by Clifton & Michelle Cottom


Posted by Ryder Islington, author of Ultimate Justice, a Trey Fontaine Mystery

Asia’s New Wings is a non-fiction book about the loss of 11 year old Asia Cottom on Flight #77, the plane that crashed into the Pentagon on September 11, 2001. It is not written by professional authors, and has it’s problems as far as proper writing technique goes, but this story is worth reading. It is not only a story of trajedy, but of triumph, not only a story about pain and loss, but also about faith and recovery.

Asia left behind not only two grieving parents, but an older brother, and many friends.  This book is a tribute to her, and a way for those who suffered the loss to do good. Clifton and Michelle Cottom have created a scholarship fund in Asia’s name and proceeds from this book go toward that wonderful cause.

I recommend this book to anyone who has suffered the loss of a child, or any loss of a loved one. And also, especially to anyone whose faith has flagged as a result of such loss. Below you’ll find all the details about Asia’s New Wings as well as a list of other sites where you can read reviews and author interviews, see a trailer, and put your name in a hat for a chance to win a free copy of Asia’s New Wings.

Asia Cottom lived eleven short years on this earth. Her tragic death on Flight #77 on 9/11 is forever etched in the hearts of the countless people who loved her.

 

 

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Book Description:

Asia Cottom lived eleven short years on this earth. Her tragic death on Flight #77 on 9/11 is forever etched in the hearts of the countless people who loved her. But her wise and influential life, her positive attitude, and profound faith in God are her true legacy.

You may love God with all your heart and soul, yet not understand what He is doing. In Asia’s New Wings, Clifton and Dr. Michelle Cottom, along with family and friends, walk beside you, sharing their thoughts and offering compassion to help you come to a place of acceptance, when trying to make sense of suffering great loss. The people in this book have learned to come to terms with what God allows, and are now in a place where they can help heal others. If you have gone—or are going through—the “valley of despair,” you will find comfort and empathy from those who care. You will also find hope and the strength to move forward as you rediscover your life.

What Asia’s parents and all those who loved her went through, healed from, and learned will bring comfort and relief to those who travel down the road of loss. Reading and experiencing Asia’s story will truly bring healing and life to all who turn these pages.

Book Details:

Book Title:  Asia’s New Wings:  by Clifton & Michelle Cottom
Category:  Adult non-fiction,  222 pages
Genre:  Self-help / bereavement / personal growth
Publisher:  Next Century Publishing
Release date:  August 25, 2015
Will send books:  USA & Canada
Content Rating:  PG

To see the trailer, go to:  https://www.youtube.com/embed/zRk-gEBZyIQ

 

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Meet the authors:  

Clifton and Michelle Cottom live in Prince George’s County, Maryland and they have one son, Isiah. The Cottoms are the co-founders and executive board members of the Asia SiVon Cottom (ASC) Memorial Scholarship Fund.

 

 

 

Connect with the authors:   Website  ~  Facebook  ~  Twitter

 

TOUR SCHEDULE:
With Special Book Spotlight feature
on Sept 11 to commemorate Asia’s passing on that day

All of these articles, reviews and interviews are still available.
Sept 7 – Create With Joy – review / giveaway
Sept 7 – 3 Partners in Shopping, Nana, Mommy and Sissy Too – review / giveaway
Sept 8 – Mommy’s Gone Shopping Again – review / author interview / giveaway
Sept 8 – TW Brown on Zombies, Border Collies and the Indie Writing Scene – review / guest post
Sept 9 –   Room with Books –  review / author interview / giveaway
Sept 10 – XoXo Book Blog – book spotlight / guest post / giveaway
Sept 11 – A Mama’s Corner of the World – special book spotlight feature
Sept 11 – Jessica Cassidy – special book spotlight feature
Sept 11 – Nighttime Reading Center – special book spotlight feature
Sept 11 – Rockin’ Book Reviews – special book spotlight feature
Sept 11 – Room With Books – special book spotlight feature
Sept 11 – T’s Stuff – special book spotlight feature
Sept 11 – TW Brown on Zombies, Border Collies and the Indie Writing Scene – special book spotlight
Sept 11 – Deal Sharing Aunt – special book spotlight feature
Sept 11 – 3 Partners in Shopping, Nana, Mommy and Sissy Too – special book spotlight feature
Sept 11 – I’d Rather Be at the Beach – special book spotlight feature
Sept 11 – Two Children and a Migraine – special book spotlight feature
Sept 11 – Everyday Gyaan – review
Sept 11 – Penny Minding Mom – special book spotlight feature
Sept 11 – Library of Clean Reads – special book spotlight feature / giveaway
Sept 14 – T’s Stuff – review / author interview / giveaway
Sept 15 – Nighttime Reading Center – review / author interview / giveaway
Sept 16 – Did You Hear About the Morgans? – review
Sept 17 – Deal Sharing Aunt – review / giveaway
Sept 18 – The Autistic Gamer – review
Sept 20 – Writers and Authors – book spotlight
Sept 21 – Hanna Marie Lei – review / guest post / giveaway
Sept 22 – Two Children and a Migraine – review / guest post / giveaway
Sept 23 – For Him and My Family – review / giveaway
Sept 25 – Rockin’ Book Reviews – review / guest post / giveaway
Sept 28 – A Mama’s Corner of the World – review / giveaway
Sept 30 – Penny Minding Mom – review / giveaway
Oct 2 –  I’d Rather Be at the Beach – review / giveaway
Oct 2 –  Jessica Cassidy – review / guest post / giveaway
Oct 2 –  Ryder Islington’s Blog – review
TBD – The Booksnake Etc. – review

 

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REVIEW: Out From The Underworld by Heather Siegel


Posted by Ryder Islington, author of Ultimate Justice, a Trey Fontaine Mystery I’m not usually one for reading memoirs but Out From The Underworld caught me by surprise. In it, Heather Siegel tells the story of her childhood, as her mother disappears and her dad moves Heather and her siblings into the basement of his childhood home. Crowded, dark, and musty, the basement reminds her of Persephone’s trip to the underworld. But Heather and her siblings survive their dad’s craziness, and their grandparents’ rules as they decide that they must find out what happened to their mother. Ms. Siegel pulls the reader into the dark, into the insecurity, into the confusion only a child can suffer when things go wrong and no one has answers. I found in it dark humor, and hope. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a good story. Below you’ll find a book description, an author bio, a list of other sites where you can find reviews, interviews, guest posts and chances to win a copy of this poignant book. Also, there are ways to contact the author and a chance to win a copy of Out From the Underworld at the bottom of this page.     Out from the Underworld   Book Description:

Heather Siegel was six years old when her mother disappeared, sending her father into a tailspin that took Heather and her siblings down with him— from a comfortable suburban home to a barely habitable basement apartment, a dark world they soon found themselves fighting to return to from the exile of foster care, then fighting even harder to escape.

Forty years later, Heather Siegel tells the remarkable story of how she and her siblings, Jaz and Greg, banded together to find out what happened to their mother and fight their way Out from the Underworld with nothing but their wits, determination, unbreakable bonds and gifts for humor and compassion to sustain them. A wrenching, inspiring story filled with heartbreak, hope and love, Out from The Underworld will move you to laughter and tears.     Heather Siegel Author’s Bio:

 

Heather Siegel holds an MFA in nonfiction writing from The New School. Her work has appeared on Salon.com and in The Mother Magazine and Author Magazine, as well as in various trade publications. She was a finalist for the 2010 Pacific Northwest Writers Association Literary Award in Nonfiction Writing, the 2011 San Francisco Writers Conference Nonfiction Writing Award, the Carolina Wren Press 2012 Doris Bakwin Award and the 2012 Kore Press First Book Award. A multi-creative person with interests in the arts, nutrition, health and beauty, she has founded several independent businesses, including a coffeehouse, a café, an organic juice bar and a natural beauty bar. She currently lives with her husband, Jon, and daughter, Julia, in the woods of Long Island in a house filled with light.

Tour Schedule:

May 18 – Library of Clean Reads – review / giveaway May 19 – T’s Stuff – review / guest post / giveaway May 19 – The Cheshire Cat’s Looking Glass – book spotlight / giveaway May 20 – TW Brown on Border Collies, Zombies, and the Indie writing scene – review / guest post May 20 – Vic’s Media Room – review May 21 – Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers – review May 22 – Life as Leels – review May 22 – Back Porchervations – review  May 25 – The All Night Library – review May 25 – Pinky’s Favorite Reads – book spotlight / author interview May 26 – Svetlana’s Reads and Views – review May 27 – The Things We Read – review  May 27 – chic.toronto – review May 28 – Sincerely Stacie – review May 29 – Room With Books – review / author interview / giveaway June 1 –  Deal Sharing Aunt – review June 1 –  A Blue Million Books – book spotlight / guest post / giveaway June 2 – The World As I See It – review / giveaway June 3 – Nighttime Reading Center – review / author interview / giveaway June 4 – Jessica Cassidy – review / author interview / giveaway  June 5 – The Discerning Reader – review / giveaway June 11 – Confessions of a Reader – book spotlight / author interview June 15 – Ryder Islington’s Blog – review June 17 – A Splendid Messy Life – review / author interview / giveaway June 18 – Girl With Camera – review June 19 – Essentially Italian – review / giveaway

Connect with Heather:  Website  ~  Facebook  ~  Twitter

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SHOWCASE: Dead In Dubai by Marilynn Larew


Posted by Ryder Islington, author of Ultimate Justice, a Trey Fontaine Mystery

A CIA thriller! I love those. After reading the synopsis and an excerpt of Dead in Dubai, I’m intrigued. This went straight to my TBR list. Looks veeeery in-ter-est-ing.

Below is the synopsis, an excerpt and the author bio and ways to reach the author, plus a list of places where you can find reviews, interviews, and guest posts, and at the end, an opportunity to enter a drawing for a free copy of Dead In Dubai. 

Dead in Dubai

by Marilynn Larew

on Tour April 27 – May 31, 2015

Book Details:

Genre: Thriller, Espionage

Published by: Artemis Press

Publication Date: April 30, 2015

Number of Pages: 283

ISBN: 978-0-9910912-4-9

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Synopsis:

Why is CIA officer George Branson dead?

Out of the Agency and looking for work, former CIA analyst Lee Carruthers accepts the request of George’s wife that Lee go to Dubai and find out what really happened. When she arrives, she walks into a deadly war between rival Merchants of Death for market share. She learns that George had worked for each man under a different name, one in Dubai and one in Istanbul. With his own, that gave George three identities. Which man was murdered? Had George really been working for the Agency, or had he sold out and, if so, to whom? Who are the men following her? And why does she keep finding diamonds?

Read an excerpt:

Is there life after the CIA? I wondered as I stamped my foot into the bindings of first one ski and then the other. I was among the few early birds on the slopes; we were hoping to avoid the rush of celebrities modeling their designer ski togs. The view was spectacular! Snowy hills covered with pine trees stretched away and away. I lowered my goggles and pushed off. As I gathered speed I laughed aloud at the awesome feel of the wind in my face, the best antidote to my time in the Algerian desert I could think of. Halfway down the piste, something buzzed past my face. Then I heard a crack. Somebody was shooting at me? I bent as far down as I could and snowplowed to the side of the run, stopping just before I got to the trees. Great! Nothing. Not even a knife.

I ripped off my goggles and kicked out of the bindings. Stepping carefully into the woods, bent almost double, I advanced with a ski pole in each hand. I wish my gear wasn’t burgundy, I thought. On the other hand, I hadn’t expected to have to channel the Fourth Mountain Brigade that morning. I heard steps crunching toward me in the snow and ducked behind a tree. A man in black wearing a black face mask, his rifle held lightly in his right hand, slipped carefully forward, scanning to the left and to the right. He was looking too high to see me. When he was half a meter away, I yelled and launched myself at him with the ski poles thrust forward, but he deflected them with the rifle. He raised the rifle for another shot. I threw myself at him again, and he dropped the rifle. I grabbed it, and swung it hard, hitting him in the left shoulder. I reversed the rifle, backed up and fired. Off balance. Tried again.

He turned and ran. Should I follow him? What would I do with him if I caught him? I considered the rifle. I could hardly take it back to the ski lodge with me. I dropped the clip and whacked it up against the side of a tree, sending a jolt all the way down to my toes, and buried it in the snow by the side of the trail, throwing the clip as far as I could into the woods. I retrieved my ski poles and stood panting, heart pounding. I started to tremble and told my body it would have to wait until I got to the bottom of the slope, but it paid no attention, so I trembled.

“Who?” I asked myself. “Who?” I sat down with my back against a tree for a count of five hundred before I stopped shaking. Blowback from Morocco?

I stomped the snow off my boots and slipped them into the ski bindings. I couldn’t find my goggles, but I wanted to be in cover as soon as possible so I didn’t spend much time looking for them. With a shooter in play, I felt terribly exposed. Maybe the shooter had a friend. Unarmed. I was unarmed. Not even a nail file. I wanted a gun and badly. Where could I get a gun in the peaceful countryside of Switzerland? Breaking into a gun shop was always an option.

At the bottom of the slope, I kicked my way out of my skis and carried them back into the rack. I felt cold deep down inside, and gin seemed advisable. A drink in the lounge? Too public. Back in the room I made one of my very dry martinis—gin and a cube of ice. Maybe that would help me unscramble my brain. I looked at my watch. Ten thirty. Drinking in the morning was a sure sign of something or other. I finished the drink, but I was still cold. I took a long, hot shower and lay curled up under the duvet remembering.

I had been sent to Morocco to find a missing colleague and wound up fighting my way out of a terrorist camp. They killed Kemal. I touched the bloodstained pearl hanging around my neck. I killed his killer, but Kemal was still dead.

Would the Pure Warriors of Islam send an assassin all the way to Switzerland to get me? Possibly, but it seemed unlikely. Whoever he was, he knew me, and I didn’t know him. I went to sleep listing the people who might want to kill me.

When I woke, I ordered lunch from room service. The waiter who delivered it looked like an Arab. Arab guest workers in Switzerland? The shooter could disappear into the crowd of Arab workers. He might even be one of them. If I couldn’t find and neutralize him, I was going to have to cut and run. I hate to do that, but I disapprove of assassination, particularly my own.

Author Bio:

MARILYNN LAREW is a historian who has published in such disparate fields as American colonial and architectural history, Vietnamese military history, and terrorism, and has taught courses in each of them in the University of Maryland System.

Before settling on the Mason-Dixon line in southern Pennsylvania, she lived in Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Georgia, Wisconsin, Ohio, South Carolina, Maryland, in Manila, and on Okinawa. It’s no surprise that she likes to travel. When she’s climbing the first hill in Istanbul to Topkapi Palace, strolling around Hoan Kiem Lake in Hanoi, or exploring the back streets of Kowloon, she is not just having fun, she’s looking for locations for her next novel.

When she’s not traveling, she is writing or reading. She writes thrillers and likes to read them. She also likes to read Vietnamese history and Asian history in general, as well as military history. She lives with her husband in a 200-year-old farmhouse in southern Pennsylvania.
She belongs to Sisters in Crime, the Guppies, and the Chinese Military History Society.

Catch Up:

Tour Participants:

1. 04/27/2015 Showcase @ 3 Partners in Shopping, Nana, Mommy, & Sissy, Too!
2. 04/30/2015 Guestpost @ Writers and Authors
3. 05/03/2015 Interview @ Suspense Magazine
4. 05/04/2015 Review @ Vics Media Room
5. 05/19/2015 Interview @ Hott Books
6. 05/–/2015 Review @ It’s a Mad Mad World
7. 05/–/2015 Review @ Mallory Heart Reviews

Giveaway:

This is a giveaway hosted by Partners In Crime Virtual Book Tours for Marilynn Larew. There will be TWO winners of an ebook copy of Dead in Dubai by Marilynn Larew. The giveaway is open to US residents only. The giveaway begins on April 27th, 2015 and runs through June 2nd, 2015. Visit the tour stops for additional giveaways!

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REVIEW: How To Sell Books by the Truckload on Amazon by Penny C. Sansevieri


Posted by Ryder Islington, author of Ultimate Justice, a Trey Fontaine Mystery

Authors know that books don’t sell themselves. We no longer live a a world where writers get to just write, while all other aspects of the writing business is handled by publishers and agents. Now, if want your book to sell, you have to sell it. How To Sell Books by the Truckload on Amazon is the perfect book for those of us who have written a book and need to increase our sales. It doesn’t matter if you’re an old pro or a newbie, this book is a great asset for writers.

Ms. Sansevieri explains how Amazon works, how to research key words, Amazon Author Central, free promotions, how to find top Amazon reviewers, and much, much more. And the real key is, even an old fogie like me can understand what she’s saying!

This book is going on my reference shelf with those keepers that I rely on regularly for writing, publishing, and promoting. A great book for wannabes and pros.

Below you can see the cover, read a book description and an author bio, find out where to get the book, and find other reviews, as well as interviews of the author and posts by her. And don’t forget to put your name in the hat for a chance to win a free copy of How To Sell Books by the Truckload on Amazon  by Penny C. Sansevieri.

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Book Description:

Amazon wants you to sell a lot of books. And How to Sell Your Books by the Truckload teaches you exactly how to do it. Internationally renowned Amazon book marketing expert, Penny Sansevieri, has created the ultimate guide for mastering the Amazon marketing system.

And in moments it can be right at your fingertips! The savings in time you’ll gain is enormous—when compared to painstakingly researching this information yourself.

When you follow Penny’s time-tested proven formulas you’ll instantly skyrocket the exposure you receive and kick your book promotion campaign into overdrive!

Plus, you can bypass all of the misinformation out there about how Amazon works. That’s because every secret you need to know to understand the Amazon marketing system inside and out is right here. Penny Sanseveri takes you step-by-step through simple and dynamic processes that show you how to:

  • Get top visibility for your book on Amazon
  • Increase sales through perfectly-timed pre-order campaigns
  • Leverage a secret tool to get hundreds of reader reviews
  • Use Kindle Unlimited to your greatest advantage
  • Boost sales by knowing when to give away your e-book – it really works!
  • Use keywords and book descriptions that puts your book in front of tons of buyers
  • Identify and locate secret categories that drive bigger sales

Get your booked ranked #1 in your category!

Penny C. Sansevieri

Author’s Bio:

Penny C. Sansevieri, Founder and CEO Author Marketing Experts, Inc., is a best-selling author and internationally recognized book marketing and media relations expert. She is an Adjunct Professor teaching Self-Publishing for NYU.

Her company is one of the leaders in the publishing industry and has developed some of the most innovative Social Media/Internet book marketing campaigns. She is the author of fourteen books, including How to Sell Your Books by the Truckload on Amazon and Red Hot Internet Publicity, which has been called the “leading guide to everything Internet.”

AME was the first book marketing and publicity firm to use Internet promotion to its full impact through The Virtual Author Tour™, which strategically harnesses social networking sites, Twitter, blogs, book videos, and relevant sites in order to push an author’s message into the online community. AME has had over eleven books top bestseller lists, including those of the New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal.

To learn more about Penny’s books or her promotional services, you can visit her web site at www.amarketingexpert.com.

Connect with Penny:  Facebook  ~  Twitter  ~  Pinterest   Google +

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SHOWCASE: Harm’s Reach by Alex Barclay


Posted by Ryder Islington, author of Ultimate Justice

Harm’s Reach

by Alex Barclay

on Tour February 24th through March 31st, 2015

Book Details:

Genre: Mystery, Thriller

Published by: HarperCollins

Publication Date: February 24th 2015

Number of Pages: 416

ISBN: 0007494513 (ISBN13: 9780007494514)

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Synopsis:

FBI Agent Ren Bryce finds herself entangled in two seemingly unrelated mysteries. But the past has a way of echoing down the years and finding its way into the present.

When Special Agent Ren Bryce discovers the body of a young woman in an abandoned car, solving the case becomes personal. But the more she uncovers about the victim’s last movements, the more questions are raised.

Why was Laura Flynn driving towards a ranch for troubled teens in the middle of Colorado when her employers thought she was hundreds of miles away? And what did she know about a case from fifty years ago, which her death dramatically reopens?

As Ren and cold case investigator Janine Hooks slowly weave the threads together, a picture emerges of a privileged family determined to hide some very dark secrets – whatever the cost.

Read an excerpt:

PROLOGUE

Ingrid Prince realized that the white walls in every Prince family home created a diorama effect. People watched from the outside, studying, deducing, then leaving, even after brief encounters, with lasting judgements. Ingrid Prince, the beautiful, radiant wife! Robert Prince, the handsome, wealthy husband, a man of fine stock!

Oh, what they see . . . and don’t see.

Ingrid closed her eyes.

I am safe. I am safe. I am safe.

‘Close those beautiful cat eyes, Ingrid, and say it three times. “It” is wherever you want to take us. I am Tahiti. I am Tahiti. I am Tahiti. Then – bam! – eyes open – bam! – I shoot!’

She could hear Sandro Cera’s voice in her head as he stalked around her all those years ago. Handsome, talented, orphan, immigrant Sandro Cera, the rags-to-riches-and-back fashion photographer; Ingrid Prince, at his feet, blonde, tanned, extended on the white floor of a freezing studio in Brooklyn, shivering by a faulty space heater.

Camera in hand, Sandro would rise up onto the balls of his feet, crouch down, close in, create distance, his body
twisting and turning as if he was the one to be captured.

Ingrid did as he asked, closed her eyes, used his three-times trick.

No lips moving!’ Sandro said. No leeps. ‘These are thoughts I’m talking about. Three times, sweets, three times: I am silent, I am silent, I am silent!’

‘My teeth are chattering is why my lips are moving!’ said brave, bold, new-girl Ingrid, just turned seventeen. ‘I’m fucking hypothermic . . . times three.’

Click flash click flash click flash. And the photo that made them both famous was the one that was taken just afterwards, as Ingrid laughed, her head thrown back, then forward, the lens capturing a warm and beautiful smile with no Brooklyn ice, just St Tropez, St Tropez, St Tropez.

It was a different world. It was New York in the Nineties – when they partied below ground and cauterized their hearts’ wounds with the fire of quick fucks. Sandro Cera had been dead years – a gradual, then sudden junkie demise. In the live art installation of Ingrid’s life, Sandro Cera was the lightbulb in the corner, flickering ominously, bound to blow.

Yet his was the advice she was now hearing.

Three times.

I am safe. I am safe. I am safe.

Ingrid looked around the Colorado rental. Even the temporary homes she sought refuge in were white-walled, sparsely furnished, neutral. When their SoHo loft was shot for an interiors magazine, the stylist pared it back even more, took pieces away. Pieces: furniture, paintings, sculptures, reality. How suddenly the landscape can change when its elements are plucked away.

* * *

Ingrid heard a noise at the front door. Light on her feet, she walked out into the long polished hallway. Her suitcases were at the end by the door: a set of five, olive green, edged in brown leather with accents of gold.

Now, there was banging at the door, hammering. Ingrid froze. The door burst open. She felt a rush of adrenaline.

This is not how it ends. This is not how it ends. This is not how it ends.

She backed into the kitchen, then turned, set to run for the French doors, but she could make out two dark figures standing there. Ingrid was briefly blindsided by her reflection in the glass.

She knew what she looked like to others. She knew what her husband looked like.

A Swedish proverb came to mind: Alla känner apan, men apan känner ingen.

Everyone knows the monkey, but the monkey knows no one.

Author Bio:

Barclay studied journalism at university and worked for a period in fashion and beauty journalism as a copywriter in the RTÉ Guide. In 2003, she left the fashion industry to write Darkhouse, the first of two novels featuring NYPD detective Joe Lucchesi. Her second novel, The Caller, was released in 2007, and Last Call in 2008. She won the Ireland AM Crime Fiction Award at the Irish Book Awards for her fourth novel, Blood Runs Cold.

Catch Up:

Tour Participants:

03/11/2015 Review @ 3 Partners in Shopping, Nana, Mommy, & Sissy, Too!
2. 03/18/2015 Review @ Its a Mad Mad World
3. 03/19/2015 Review @ Hott Books
4. 03/23/2015 Review @ Lazy Day Books
5. 03/26/2015 Review, Interview @ Brooke Blogs
6. 03/27/2015 Review @ Marys Cup of Tea
7. 03/28/2015 Review @ Quirky Book Reviews
8. 03/30/2015 Review @ Vics Media Room


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