Three May Days released

Three May Days - Evermore Island 333x500Awkward dinners, hidden secrets, and family expectations, oh my!

The latest in my Evermore Island series of short, fun ebooks is now available from MuseItUp Publishing. The series follows mythological beings who work in a modernized castle on a hidden island.

If you haven’t caught the series yet, check out Guardian of Cupid’s Heart (Evermore Island, Book One) over at Amazon. It follows a workaholic elf trying to succeed where Cupid failed.

Just in time for May, You can find Three May Days at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, MuseItUp Publishing, the iStore, and other retailers.

Tunnelville 5 star review

Tunnelville 333x500After all the wonderful Wakefield (Mad World, Book One) reviews, here comes a great review for the sequel, Tunnelville.

Blogger Wendy at Wall-to-Wall Books gives Tunnelville “5+++++ Stars!”

She writes, “I LOVE THIS SERIES! This will probably be my favorite series of the year!” and “Great storyline, great character development, great descriptions, and lots of great quirky lines.” For the rest of her review, check out Wall-to-Wall Books.

And for your ease, here’s Tunnelville’s Amazon page.

Two more great Wakefield reviews

We’re finishing up the Wakefield (Mad World, Book 1) book tour even stronger than I thought with two more great book reviews.

Blogger Emily at Hooked In a Book writes, “I felt overall that Wakefield is a very ominous account of daily routines of the teens in the institution jazzed up by random exciting incidents and mysterious conversations hinting at ‘special powers’.” Check out her blog for the rest of her review.

Blogger Paige at Electively Paige writes, “The book begins and gives us a nice, solid backstory that really sets the tone for the whole book, and then along the way you meet the most interesting cast of characters I’ve ever read about.” Check out her blog for the rest of her glowing review.

5 star book review

Wakefield CoverThe Wakefield (Mad World, Book 1) blog tour is nearing its end, but we’re finished strong. Today we received a wonderful 5 star review at Rhythmpoets.

Australian author Holly Hunt writes, “the paranormal element to this book grows and develops slowly into one hell of a climax.” For the rest of Holly’s review, check out her blog.

You can also check out the Mad World Facebook, twitter, and official website for more info.

Another book review

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Today’s stop on the Wakefield (Mad World, Book One) blog tour is at Genuine Jenn, where blogger Cheryl shares her “thoughts on motherhood, honest reviews, and more.”

Cheryl writes, “A very well written story, I was captivated from the very first chapter. Was hard to put it down, all the characters developed so well, and i had so many questions i needed answers to.” Check out the full review here.

5 star review

Wakefield CoverYesterday, I shared two great reviews for Wakefield (Mad World, Book One). How do I top a 4 star and 4.5 star review? By dialing it up to 5. Blogger Wendy at Wall-to-Wall Books writes, “This is a fun, crazy, and almost heartwarming (the way they make friends and support each other) story. When I read a book that makes me think “Wow, I can’t wait to read the next book!” that’s when I know it was good!” Check out her whole review here.