Thursday, February 28, 2019

One Feta in the Grave by Tina Kashian: Review & Giveaway!

One Feta in the Grave

A Kebab Kitchen Mystery

by Tina Kashian

About the Book

Cozy Mystery
3rd in Series
Kensington (February 26, 2019)
Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
ISBN-10: 1496713516
ISBN-13: 978-1496713513

As summer comes to an end in her Jersey Shore town, Lucy Berberian continues to manage her family’s Mediterranean restaurant. The Kebab Kitchen also has a food tent at this year’s beach festival. But now a local businessman is under the boardwalk—dead by the sea …

With a sand castle contest and live music, Ocean Crest bids a bittersweet farewell to tourist season. Summer will return next year … but Archie Kincaid won’t. The full-of-himself store owner has been fatally shot, soon after a screaming match with Lucy’s best friend. Katie’s far from the only suspect, though, since Archie had some bitter rivals—as well as some relationships no one knew about. It’s up to Lucy to look into some seedy characters and solve the case before the wrong person gets skewered …
Recipes included!

About the Author

Tina Kashian spent her childhood summers at the New Jersey shore, building sand castles, boogie boarding, and riding the boardwalk Ferris wheel. She also grew up in the restaurant business where her Armenian parents owned a restaurant for thirty years. She worked almost every job—rolling silverware and wiping down tables as a tween, to hosting and waitressing as a teenager.

After college, Tina worked as a NJ Deputy Attorney General, a patent attorney, and a mechanical engineer. Her law cases inspired an inquiring mind of crime, and since then, Tina has been hooked on mysteries. A Kebab Kitchen Mystery series launches with Hummus and Homicide, followed by Stabbed in the Baklava and One Feta in the Grave by Kensington Books. Tina still lives in New Jersey with her supportive husband and two young daughters. Please visit and join her Newsletter to enter free contests to win books, get delicious recipes, and to learn when her books will be released.  Readers can connect with Tina Kashian through her website, on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Goodreads.

One Feta in the Grave (A Kebab Kitchen Mystery Book 3) by [Kashian, Tina]

My Thoughts

One Feta in the Grave by Tina Kashian takes us back to Ocean Crest, New Jersey on a hot August day.  Lucy Berberian is the manager of her family’s Mediterranean restaurant, Kebab Kitchen.  It is the opening day of a weeklong beach festival which begins with the sand sculpture contest.  Unfortunately, Archie Kincaid, owner of Seaside Gifts, is not playing by the rules and Katie Watson must ask him to step down from his judging duties.  Lucy is the organizer for the food and wine event in which Kebab Kitchen has a tent with mouthwatering delicacies from their head chef, Azad Zakarian.  Lucy decides to cool off in the afternoon with a walk on the beach where she discovers Archie shot dead under the boardwalk.  Detective Calvin Clemmons is in charge of the investigation and Officer Bill Watson, Katie’s husband, finds himself booted off the case.  Katie is at the top of Detective Clemmons suspect list after a loud altercation with the victim at city hall over a denied business license.  Lucy is not about to let her best friend be railroaded by the antagonistic detective.  Plus, Clemmons has shut down the beach festival and store owners are losing much needed income.  Archie managed to anger several townspeople and was known for the shouting matches with rival store owner, Harold Harper.  Lucy delves into the victim’s life in the hopes of uncovering the killer.  Lucy narrows her sights onto her target, but can she catch him.
A Kebab Kitchen Mystery (3 Book Series) by  Tina Kashian

One Feta in the Grave is the third installment in A Kebab Kitchen Mystery series and each book can stand on its own.  I thought One Feta in the Grave contained good writing with steady pacing.  Lucy finds herself roped into helping at the beach festival courtesy of her best friend, Katie Watson who is responsible for the event.  Unfortunately, Archie Kincaid and his rival, Harold Harper manage to cause trouble right from the beginning.  Tina Kashian gives readers lovely descriptions of the town, the beach, and the various shops which brings the setting alive.  Lucy has left behind her career as an attorney to run Kebab Kitchen and she has rekindled her romance with head chef, Azad Zakarian.  Michael, who manages the bicycle rental shop for his uncle, is interested in Lucy and takes her out for long rides on his motorcycle.  I must admit that I am partial to Michael over the hot-headed, jealous Azad.  I like the various characters in the series as I find them likeable and relatable. I am especially fond of Lucy’s cute niece.  There are luscious descriptions of the food cooked and served at Kebab Kitchen.  Readers get to learn more about the food related to the Armenian culture.  The mystery intrigued me since it could not be solved immediately (I love a good puzzle).  There are multiple suspects who have good motive for harming Archie (at least in their eyes).  There are recipes at the end of the book for lentil soup, date stuffed cookies, and Greek salad with feta cheese.  One Feta in the Grave is a fun, light cozy mystery that will have you longing for a sunny day at the beach.  Join Lucy at the Jersey shore in One Feta in the Grave.  

A Charming Blend: A Magical Cures Mystery and A Killer Coffee Mystery Crossover Mystery by [Kappes, Tonya]One Feta in the Grave is available at AmazoniBooks, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and Google Books. To enter the One Feta in the Grave giveaway, use the Rafflecopter form below or click here.  Make sure to visit the other stops on the tour for character guest posts, author interviews, and reviews (schedule below).  Thank you for stopping by today.  I will feature A Charming Blend by Tonya Kappes tomorrow.  Take care and Happy Reading!


The Avid Reader

Tour Participants

February 26 – Laura`s Interests – REVIEW

February 26 – The Book Diva's Reads – CHARACTER GUEST POST  

February 26 – A Holland Reads - SPOTLIGHT

February 27 – Babs Book Bistro - REVIEW

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February 27 – My Reading Journeys - SPOTLIGHT

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March 1 – Cozy Up With Kathy – REVIEW

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March 2 – Cassidy's Bookshelves - SPOTLIGHT

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March 4 – Here's How It Happened - SPOTLIGHT

March 4 – Baroness' Book Trove - REVIEW

March 5 – Rosepoint Publishing - REVIEW

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March 6 – I'm All About Books - CHARACTER GUEST POST

March 6 – Readeropolis - SPOTLIGHT

March 7 – The Montana Bookaholic - REVIEW

March 7 – The Cozy Pages – REVIEW

March 8 – A Chick Who Reads - REVIEW

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March 9 – Socrates Book Reviews – REVIEW

March 9 – Melina's Book Blog - REVIEW

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

In His Father's Footsteps by Danielle Steel

In His Father's Footsteps: A Novel by [Steel, Danielle]
A Charming Blend: A Magical Cures Mystery and A Killer Coffee Mystery Crossover Mystery by [Kappes, Tonya]
Welcome!  A Charming Blend by Tonya Kappes is now out.  This novella is a crossover between A Magical Cures Mystery series and A Killer Coffee Mystery series.  The magical town of Whispering Falls has a problem when nosy Roxy Bloom arrives with new husband for their honeymoon.  Can June Heal keep Roxy distracted when a man is found murdered?  It is available on Kindle Unlimited.

In His Father’s Footsteps by Danielle Steel takes us back to April 1945.  Emmanuelle Berger and Jakob Stein are in Buchenwald when U.S. troops liberate the camp.  Jakob had been in the concentration camp for five years and his entire family was exterminated.  Emmanuelle was near death when the soldiers arrived.  To avoid separation, the pair marry and relocate to America with the help from a sponsor.  They work hard at labor intensive jobs and live in a small, dingy apartment on the Lower East Side.  One day, Jakob meets Israel “Izzy” Horowitz, a diamond dealer, who offers him a job.  Jakob learns the business quickly and is soon Izzy’s right hand man.  As Jakob makes more money, he invests it into real estate.  Jakob and Emmanuelle have a son, Max who they dote upon.  Max attends the best schools with the determination that he will never struggle for money.  Instead of following in his father’s footsteps after graduating from Harvard, Max wants to make his own way in the business world.  He marries Julie Morgan at a lavish society wedding and installs her in a luxurious home with a large staff.  Max is a successful business with a beautiful wife, extravagant home and children.  However, he feels that he cannot have enough money and is constantly at work rarely seeing his wife and children.  A tragedy makes Max see that he has a failing marriage and is setting a poor example for his children.  While Max achieved the American dream, he neglected the basic lessons his father taught him.  Can Max turn his life around? 
 In His Father's Footsteps (Hardback)
In His Father’s Footsteps is a well-written and engaging story. It is an emotional novel that takes us from horrific Buchenwald to the lavish Upper East Side.  We follow our characters as they set out to achieve the American dream of becoming successful and having a family.  Can you imagine living through the horrors of a concentration camp?  It will indelibly leave its mark on a person as we see in this book.  I could feel the characters emotions and struggles.  The choices the characters made was based on their experiences.  I thought the author captured the time period and the various settings.  I admit that I enjoyed Emmanuelle and Jakob’s story better than Max’s.  Max, though, was raised differently which caused him to make decisions that we may not like (or agree with) but were understandable.  I appreciated the epilogue which nicely wraps up the book (we would expect no less from Danielle Steel).  While there is some predictability to the story, it did not hinder my reading pleasure.  I have been reading Danielle Steel’s books since I was twelve years old and I never get tired of reading her novels.  I am giving In His Father’s Footsteps 4 out of 5 stars (I liked it).  Ms. Steel's next release is Silent Night which comes out on March 5.

One Feta in the Grave (A Kebab Kitchen Mystery Book 3) by [Kashian, Tina]I want to thank you for joining me today.  I am featuring One Feta in the Grave by Tina Kashian tomorrow as part of the Great Escapes Virtual Book Tour.  It is the third book in A Kebab Kitchen Mystery series.  There might be a giveaway for you to enter.  Take care and Happy Reading!

The Avid Reader

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

The Secrets of Paper and Ink by Lindsay Harrel: Review & Giveaway!

About the Book

The Secrets of Paper and Ink
Author: Lindsay Harrel
Genre: Women’s Fiction
Release date: February 26, 2019
Publisher: Tyndale
Lindsay Harrel presents a powerful story of healing, forgiveness, and finding the courage to write your own story.
A year after the death of her abusive fiancé, domestic violence counselor Sophia Barrett finds returning to work too painful. She escapes to Cornwall, England—a place she’s learned to love through the words of her favorite author—and finds a place to stay with the requirement that she help out in the bookstore underneath the room she’s renting. Given her love of all things literary, it seems like the perfect place to find peace.
Ginny Rose is an American living in Cornwall, sure that if she saves the bookstore she co-owns with her husband then she can save her marriage as well. Fighting to keep the first place she feels like she belongs, she brainstorms with her brother-in-law, William, and Sophia to try to keep the charming bookstore afloat.
More than 150 years before, governess Emily Fairfax knew two things for certain: she wanted to be a published author, and she was in love with her childhood best friend. But he was a wealthy heir and well out of her league. Sophia discovers Emily’s journals, and she and William embark on a mission to find out more about this mysterious and determined woman, all the while getting closer to each other as they get closer to the truth.
The lives of the three women intertwine as each learns the power she has over the story of her life.
Click here to purchase your copy.

About the Author

Lindsay Harrel
Lindsay Harrel is a lifelong book nerd who lives in Arizona with her young family and two golden retrievers in serious need of training. She’s held a variety of writing and editing jobs over the years and now juggles stay-at-home mommyhood with writing novels. When she’s not writing or chasing after her children, Lindsay enjoys making a fool of herself at Zumba, curling up with anything by Jane Austen, and savoring sour candy one piece at a time. Connect with her at

Guest Post from Lindsay

With every book I write, it seems God has something new to teach me. That certainly was true of The Secrets of Paper and Ink.
Lately, I am learning more and more about the power of our words. I’ve become more conscious of the words I speak over myself as well as what I say to other people. It’s more than “positive thinking”—the words we say ultimately contribute to the stories we weave, and I want my story to be as positive and hope-filled as possible, regardless of my circumstances.
I’ve also become much more aware of the lies that I tell myself—“you are not worthy, you are not enough, you will never achieve what you want to achieve”—and the need to replace those lies with the truths that God says about me. I have listened to Lauren Daigle’s song You Say on repeat lately, and it has become a theme not just of The Secrets of Paper and Ink, but one in the story of my very life.
So while I may not have experienced everything my characters have—I’ve never suffered emotional abuse, or been ostracized by my family, or been orphaned and alone in a world that seems against me at every turn—I have learned alongside them. I set out to write a book that would draw readers closer to the true healer and hope giver, and I ended up being drawn closer myself.
And that, to me, is the true power of story.

My Thoughts

The Secrets of Paper and Ink is charming tale that combines the stories of three woman.  We get to see them overcome pain and loss to move forward as stronger, fulfilled women.  The authors flowery descriptions of Cornwall transported me to the area.  I like how the three stories are woven together into one lovely story.  While Sophia and Ginny’s section are told in the third person, Emily’s journal entries are her personal accounts (first person).  The Christian element is light but pivotal.  It is important to have faith and realize that only One person is truly in charge.  The Secrets of Paper and Ink is well-written with thoughtful pacing.  We get to see women overcoming adversity and taking charge of their lives.  The romance is light and sweetly knitted into each ladies’ tale.  I appreciated how the story comes together with a heartwarming ending.  The Secrets of Paper and Ink is a perfect for those readers who like to read women’s fiction and watch romantic movies.

The Heart Between Us: Two Sisters, One Heart Transplant, and a Bucket List by [Harrel, Lindsay]To celebrate her tour, Lindsay is giving away a copy of Lindsay’s first book The Heart Between Us.  Be sure to comment on the blog stops (schedule below) for nine extra entries into the giveaway.  Click here to enter and Good Luck!  I hope you will join me tomorrow when I share my thoughts on In His Father's Footsteps by Danielle Steel.  Take care and Happy Reading!


The Avid Reader

Blog Stops

The Avid Reader, February 26
The Power of Words, February 26
Carla Loves To Read, February 26
Blogging With Carol, February 27
Carpe Diem, February 28
Andy Carmichael, March 1
The Becca Files, March 2
Emily Yager, March 3
Genesis 5020, March 4
Stories By GinaMarch 4
Simple Harvest Reads, March 5 (Guest Review from Mindy Houng)
Mary Hake, March 5
Remembrancy, March 6
Pause for Tales, March 7
Book by Book, March 7
The Lit Addict, March 9
Bigreadersite, March 10
Henry Happens, March 11
amandainpa , March 11

Monday, February 25, 2019

Criminally Cocoa by Amanda Flower

Criminally Cocoa (Amish Candy Shop Mystery #3.5)
Criminally Cocoa by Amanda Flower is An Amish Candy Shop Mystery novella (No. 3.5).  Charlotte Weaver is thrilled to be in New York City with her cousin, Bailey King for the filming of Bailey’s Amish Sweets. Bailey is creating a hand woven chocolate Easter basket using tempered chocolate when the double boiler explodes.  Glass and chocolate are sent flying around the set., but, thankfully, no one was injured.  The next day, Juliet Brody and her comfort pig, Jethro arrive to be a part of the show and publicity photos.  While shooting photographs in the park, a loud horn sounds which scares poor Jethro and sends him running into the park.  Charlotte is concerned that someone is trying to sabotage the show as the small incidents continue.  With Bailey already nervous about the filming, Charlotte decides to investigate on her own.  Can Charlotte unmask the saboteur?  Join Charlotte, Bailey, Cass and Jethro on their New York City adventure in Criminally Cocoa.
An Amish Candy Shop Mystery (4 Book Series) by  Amanda Flower
Criminally Cocoa picks up where Premeditated Peppermint ended.  We join Bailey, Charlotte and Cass in New York where they are filming the first season of Bailey’s Amish Sweets.  Bailey asked Charlotte to come along and be her assistant on the show.  Criminally Cocoa is told from Charlotte’s point-of-view.  It was humorous to see New York City through Charlotte’s eyes.  Charlotte grew up Amish and has yet to join the church.  She views things differently from Englishers.  I thought Criminally Cocoa was well-written with steady pacing.  It was nice to learn more about Charlotte in this story.  When Bailey blames herself for the explosion of the double boiler, Charlotte wants to help prove it was not her cousin’s fault.  Charlotte has watched Bailey solve three crimes and puts that knowledge to use.  The mystery was straightforward.  Readers will have no problem solving it before the reveal.  However, it is the right type of mystery for the length of the story.  While the story focuses on the group in New York, we do get updates on their friends back home in Harvest, Ohio.  I especially enjoyed the addition of Juliet Brody and her polka dotted pig, Jethro.  Their antics provided me with plenty of laughs.  It is always delightful to read one of Amanda Flower’s books.  I am eager to read Toxic Toffee (June 25) which is the next An Amish Candy Shop Mystery.

Criminally Cocoa comes out tomorrow in e-book format.  Tomorrow I am showcasing The Secrets of Paper and Ink by Lindsay Harrel as part of the Celebrate Lit Tour.  I hope you will visit and enter the giveaway.  Thank you for stopping by today.  May you have a jolly day and Happy Reading!

The Avid Reader
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Sunday, February 24, 2019

Corned Beef and Casualties by Lynn Cahoon

Corned Beef and Casualties (A Tourist Trap Mystery) by [Cahoon, Lynn]
Good Day!  The Secrets of Paper and Ink by Lindsay Harrel comes out on February 26 with One Feta in the Grave by Tina KashianChutes and Ladders by Marc Jedel will be out on March 12.  It is the second novel A Silicon Valley Mystery series. Designs on Murder by Gayle Leeson releases on March 26.  It is the first book in A Ghostly Fashionista Mystery series.  

Corned Beef and Casualties by Lynn Cahoon is A Tourist Trap Mystery Novella (No. 10).  The town of South Cove, California is having a full day of festivities in honor of St. Patrick’s Day.  Jill Gardner, owner of Coffee, Books and More is looking forward to enjoying dinner and fireworks with her friends after a day of taking care of customers.  Alana McDaniel comes into the shop for coffee with a rowdy group of friends who have obviously been overindulging in alcohol as are many of the tourists.  Late that night, Detective Greg King is called out to a crime scene.  Jill’s customer, Alana has been found dead on the rock cliffs above the beach.  Jill immediately goes into investigator mode despite Greg’s pleas to stay out of this case.  She checks with local business owners to work out the victim’s timeline and discover who could have harmed Alana.  Will Jill solve the crime before the killer flees town?
 A Tourist Trap Mystery (9 Book Series) by  Lynn Cahoon
It is always a pleasure to visit South Cove and check in with the residents who live in this small seaside town.  I like the cast of characters with their various eccentricities.  Lynn Cahoon has a casual writing style that reminds me of talking with a friend.  I thought Corned Beef and Casualties was well-written with a nice steady pace throughout.  The mystery is uncomplicated and can easily be solved.  However, it is just the right type of mystery for this length of book.  Personally, I recommend reading The Tourist Trap Mystery series in order.  It is the best way to get to know the characters.  I have enjoyed watching Jill settle into South Cove, manage her store, get close friends and fall in love.  Corned Beef and Causalities is a quick, easy to read cozy mystery novella that is a delightful distraction from reality. 
Criminally Cocoa (An Amish Candy Shop Mystery) by [Flower, Amanda] 
You can find a complete list of A Tourist Trap Mystery books here on Amazon.  I appreciate you visiting today.  I will highlight Criminally Cocoa by Amanda Flower tomorrow.  It is An Amish Candy Shop Mystery novella and has Bailey's cousin, Charlotte Weaver as the narrator.  Thank you for visiting today and Happy Reading!

The Avid Reader
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Saturday, February 23, 2019

Ladies of Intrigue by Michelle Griepe: A Review & a Giveaway!

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About the Book

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Three Page-Turners Under One Cover from Reader Favorite Michelle Griep!
Can truth and love prevail when no one is as they appear?
The Gentleman Smuggler’s Lady
Cornish Coast, 1815

When a prim and proper governess returns to England from abroad, she expects to comfort her dying father—not fall in love with a smuggler. Will Helen Fletcher keep Isaac Seaton’s unusual secret?
The Doctor’s Woman (A Carol Award Winner!)
Dakota Territory, 1862

Emmy Nelson, daughter of a missionary doctor, and Dr. James Clark, city doctor aspiring to teach, find themselves working side by side at Fort Snelling during the Dakota Uprising. That is when the real clash of ideals begins.
A House of Secrets
St. Paul, Minnesota, 1890

Ladies Aide Chairman, Amanda Carston resolves to clean up St. Paul’s ramshackle housing, starting with the worst of the worst: a “haunted” house that’s secretly owned by her beau—a home that’s his only means of helping brothel girls escape from the hands of the city’s most infamous madam.

Click here to purchase your copy!

About the Author

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Michelle Griep has been writing since she first discovered blank wall space and Crayolas. She seeks to glorify God in all that she writes—except for that graffiti phase she went through as a teenager. She resides in the frozen tundra of Minnesota, where she teaches history and writing classes for a local high school co-op. An Anglophile at heart, she runs away to England every chance she gets, under the guise of research. Really, though, she’s eating excessive amounts of scones while rambling around a castle. Michelle is a member of ACFW (American Christian Fiction Writers) and MCWG (Minnesota Christian Writers Guild). Keep up with her adventures at her blog “Writer off the Leash” or visit

Guest post from Michelle

Three Reasons to Read Historical Fiction
Believe it or not, some readers snub historical fiction, preferring instead to stick to contemporary reads. Several have good reason to, simply preferring one genre over another. But others have never given historical fiction a try. If you fall into that camp, here are some reasons you should consider reading a tale from the past

Historical fiction books are not as boring as your high school history class.
Does the thought of endless names and dates make you break out into hives? Good news! Historical fiction is a painless way to glean some historic facts without mindless memorization. You can experience a different era and culture vicariously through heroes and heroines that live on the pages of yesteryear.

Makes for great conversation.
In a world that prides itself on keeping up with the Kardashians, dare to add a little cultural zest to your next dinner conversation. Reading historical fiction arms you with interesting tidbits of things that’ve happened in years gone by.

Because truth is timeless.
Some people yearn to go back to a simpler time. The truth is, though, that the grass isn’t necessarily greener on the historic side of the fence. People have had tough issues to deal with no matter the era. . .but therein lies a great reason to read historical fiction: truth is timeless. Be it ancient, biblical, medieval, Victorian, or anything in between, truth never changes.
In my new release, Ladies of Intrigue, you’ll experience all these things and more. Find out about the smuggling trade in Cornwall in The Gentleman Smuggler’s Lady. Learn about the rough and dangerous life on a military fort during the 1860’s in The Doctor’s Woman. Find out why the gilded age wasn’t as glittery as we often think in A House of Secrets.
Don’t be doomed to repeat history. Grab a cup of tea and master it with a great read!

My Thoughts

Ladies of Intrigue contains three Christian romance stories set in the 1800s.  I like the three different locales and the couples in the stories.  It is nice to watch the couples learn to trust each other, overcome their differences and fall in love.  I thought Ladies of Intrigue was well-written with steady pacing.  I did feel that The Gentleman Smuggler’s Lady needed more fleshing out.  The ending felt incomplete.  There are smugglers, soldiers, a dedicated doctor, sick Native Americans, a haunted house, corrupt men, romance, society ladies and much more in Ladies of Intrigue.   I enjoyed these three sweet romantic stories with Christian values.  If you are looking for a diverting nineteenth century romantic tales, then pick up Ladies of Intrigue.  
Corned Beef and Casualties (A Tourist Trap Mystery) by [Cahoon, Lynn]
To celebrate her tour, Michelle is giving away a grand prize of a $25 Amazon gift card and a free copy of Ladies of Intrigue. Be sure to comment on blog stops (schedule below) for nine extra entries into the giveaway!  Click here to enter.  Thank you for visiting today.  I hope I have introduced you to a new author and book.  I will feature Corned Beef and Casualties by Lynn Cahoon tomorrow.  It is A Tourist Trap Mystery (novella).  Don't forget to leave a comment for an extra entry.  Good luck and Happy Reading!

The Avid Reader

Blog Stops

The Avid Reader, February 23

The Power of Words, February 23
D’S QUILTS & BOOKS, February 23
Blogging With Carol, February 24
Jeanette’s Thoughts, February 24
Mary Hake, February 24
Kathleen Denly, February 25
Genesis 5020, February 25
Splashes of Joy, February 25
Faery Tales Are Real, February 26
Inspired by fiction, February 27
All-of-a-kind Mom, February 27
Back Porch ReadsFebruary 27
Andy Carmichael, February 28
Stories By Gina, February 28
Emily Yager, March 1
Multifarious, March 1
Baker kella, March 1
Remembrancy, March 2
BigreadersiteMarch 3
Vicky Sluiter, March 4
Book by Book, March 4
Pause for Tales, March 6
Simple Harvest Reads, March 6 (Guest Review from Mindy Houng)
Carpe Diem, March 8