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    Lone Star Book Blog Tour Review & Giveaway: Dam Nation

    I’m back with Lone Star Book Blog Tours to bring you a book that I’m really excited to share! A new release by co-authors Clark Hays and Kathleen McFall, Dam Nation is a treat and a half. Fans of historical fiction will delight in their second installment of their alternative “what-if” take on the Bonnie and Clyde story, where the unlikely and unsung heroes investigate who is planning to blow up the nearly completed Hoover Dam. Read on for more about Dam Nation and enter for a chance to win one of three copies of the book! DAM NATION Bonnie and Clyde #2 by CLARK HAYS AND KATHLEEN McFALL Genre: Historical / Alternative History…

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    Lone Star Book Blog Tour: Searching For Pilar (Review & Giveaway)

    Today on the blog I’m covering a book that, living in Dallas along what I’ve discovered is a major highway for human trafficking, I approached with some trepidation. However, between a truly gripping story line, believable characters and a fast pace, this debut novel by Patricia Hunt Holmes kept me turning pages – even when the pages got tough to read. Read on for more about Searching for Pilar and enter the giveaway for a chance at a copy of the book and more! SEARCHING FOR PILAR by PATRICIA HUNT HOLMES Genre: Contemporary Suspense / Thriller Publisher: River Grove Books Publication Date: April 10, 2018 Number of Pages: 320 pages…

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    Lone Star Book Blog Tour: A Borrowed Dream by Amanda Cabot

    I’m linking up with Lone Star Book Blog Tours where we are featuring A Borrowed Dream by author Amanda Cabot, the just-released second installment in her Cimarron Creek historical romance trilogy.  Amanda Cabot mixes a touch of humor and suspense in this lovely (non-preachy) inspirational fiction. As an aspiring writer myself, I always jump at the chance to interview the author or host a guest post because I’m fascinated with the behind the scenes part of the process.  In A Borrowed Dream, protagonist Catherine Whitfield holds a major distrust of the local doctor, and Amanda’s guest post offers a deeper look  into the “healing” practices at the time (which is…