Genre: Fiction

The One That Got Away by Melissa Pimentel  – {Guest Post – Author Q&A}

The One That Got Away by Melissa Pi..

Congrats to Melissa Pimentel on your release, The One That Got Away!  (Released August 22, 2017).  Today, on the blog, we have a special guest post from author Melissa Pimentel as she answers questions about her novel, her experience on writing two alternating timelines, and about her writing process. Enjoy! Q&A with Melissa Pimentel Q:  In one sentence, please describe what your story/book is about. Ruby Atlas thought she had her hands full as Maid […]

Posted August 27, 2017
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Blog Tour  –  The Dragons of Nova by Elise Kova  –  {Guest Post}

Blog Tour – The Dragons of ..

Congrats to Elise Kova on your new release, The Dragons of Nova!  (Released July 11, 2017).  I’m excited to be one of the stops on The Dragons of Nova blog tour, hosted by Chapter by Chapter Blog Tours. Thank you to Chapter by Chapter Blog Tours for including Read. Eat. Love. Today, on the blog, we have a special guest post from author Elise Kova! She answers the question what 2017 books she is most […]

Posted July 20, 2017
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Blog Tour:  The Idea of You by Robinne Lee  –  {Excerpt + Review}

Blog Tour: The Idea of You by Robi..

Hello Everyone!  I am excited to be part of the blog tour for Robinne Lee’s debut novel, The Idea of You, that released on June 13th, 2017. Thank you to St. Martin’s Griffin for including Read. Eat. Love. and for the opportunity to read an eARC. For today’s post, check out an excerpt from Robinne Lee’s novel before reading on to see my review of this wonderful novel.  Enjoy! About the Book THE IDEA OF […]

Posted June 15, 2017
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Blog Tour:  Later, After by Jane Harvey-Berrick  –  {Trailer/Excerpt + Review}

Blog Tour: Later, After by Jane Ha..

Buy the Book Amazon | DVD Click HERE to watch Review Later, After by Jane Harvey-Berrick (with contributions by Mike Speirs) is a story/play written with purpose. The author’s notes at the beginning, as well as notes from Actors and Directors involved in the play are very important to the story particularly as something which is being read instead of being watched on stage to help readers establish a more emotional relationship between the characters […]

Posted April 27, 2017
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Review:  Infinity of You and Me by J. Q. Coyle

Review: Infinity of You and Me by ..

3.5 stars There are some books that maybe would be more suited to an audio visual format, movie or tv. I feel that Infinity of You and Me by J. Q. Coyle is one of those. J. Q. Coyle creates worlds that Alicia travels in that are vivid and full of expression, but this creates jumps in the storytelling that might be better in other media. Like it kind of made me think of the […]

Posted December 28, 2016
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Review:  Slave to the Rhythm (The Rhythm, #1) by Jane Harvey-Berrick

Review: Slave to the Rhythm (The R..

*Possible Spoiler Warning* Slave to the Rhythm by Jane Harvey-Berrick is such a gritty, real, and raw moving novel. It’s tells a story about surviving something horrific and overcoming the darkness. Clawing your way to the light at the end of the tunnel, tooth and nail. No matter what. The characters in this novel are survivors and fighters. They are entirely what drives this novel. Ms. Harvey-Berrick embues the characters’ stories with so much passion […]

Posted December 28, 2016
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Review:  A Discovery of Witches (All Souls Trilogy #1) by Deborah Harkness

Review: A Discovery of Witches (Al..

This book was recommended to me by Jess from Goodreads as a book to remove off my TBR pile. A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness, is to me nothing like Twilight. This book was filled with wonderful descriptions and characters that blended well to create this new world where witches and creatures lived amongst humans. Diana Bishop is a strong heroine, a witch whose ancestor dates back to Salem, and I loved Matthew Clairmont, […]

Posted December 4, 2016
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