Showing posts with label audiobooks. Show all posts
Showing posts with label audiobooks. Show all posts

Monday, September 28, 2020

Audio Blog Tour: When We Were Brave by Karla M. Jay

Author: Karla M. Jay

Narrator: Gary Bennett

Length: 14 hours 34 minutes

Publisher: Cedar House Audio Productions

Released: Aug. 24, 2020

Genre: Historical Fiction

Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Audio Blog Tour: The Tribulations of August Barton by Jennifer LeBlanc

Author: Jennifer LeBlanc

Narrator: James Oliva

Length: 4 hours 28 minutes

Series: August Barton, Book 1

Publisher: Jennifer LeBlanc

Released: Apr. 20, 2018

Genre: Humor

The Storyteller’s Diary by J. Edwards Holt

Author: J. Edwards Holt

Narrator: Dean Ruple

Length: 5 hours 11 minutes

Publisher: J. Edwards Holt

Released: July 2, 2020

Genre: Fantasy; Children's

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Audio Blog Tour: What’s That Growing in My Sour Cream? by Brad Graber

Author: Brad Graber

Narrator: Derek Neumann

Length: 3 hours 35 minutes

Publisher: Dark Victory Press

Released: May 26, 2020

Genre: Humor

Monday, September 14, 2020

Audio Blog Tour: The Unseen Blade by Ambrose Zack Adams

Author: Ambrose Zack Adams

Narrator: Ivan Andres Ley

Length: 11 hours and 23 minutes

Publisher: Kinetic Grappling

Series: The Serpent's Heir, Book 1

Released: Jun. 11, 2020

Genre: Dark Fantasy

Saturday, September 12, 2020

Audio Blog Tour: A Lock of Hair by A. Rose Pritchett

Author: A. Rose Pritchett

Narrator: Melanie Huesz

Length: 6 hours and 7 minutes

Publisher: A. Rose Pritchett

Released: June 11, 2020

Genre: Historical Fiction; Young Adult

Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Audio Blog Tour: Twelve Mile Bank by Nicholas Harvey

Author: Nicholas Harvey

Narrator: Kim Bretton

Length: 7 hours and 57 minutes

Publisher: Harvey Books, LLC

Series: AJ Bailey Adventure Series, Book One

Released: Aug. 13, 2020

Genre: Suspense

Sunday, September 6, 2020

Audio Blog Tour: Alexandra’s Riddle by Elisa Keyston

Author: Elisa Keyston

Narrator: Blair Seibert

Length: 5 hours and 52 minutes

Series: Northwest Magic, Book 1

Publisher: Elisa Keyston

Released: Jul. 22, 2020

Genre: Romantic Fantasy

Saturday, September 5, 2020

Audio Blog Tour: Summoned by Mckayla Eaton

Author: McKayla Eaton

Narrator: Becci Martin

Length: 6 hours 17 minutes

Series: The Demon Summoner Trilogy, Book 1

Publisher: McKayla Eaton

Released: Jun. 18, 2020

Genre: YA Fantasy

Friday, September 4, 2020

Audio Blog Tour: Meatspace by Asa Tait

Author: Asa Tait

Narrator: Christopher Harbour

Length: 7 hours and 49 minutes

Publisher: The Parliament House

Released: Jul. 13, 2020

Genre: Science Fiction

Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Audio Blog Tour: Toro by Andrew Avner

Toro is the story of a cow who wants to run like a bull in Pamplona.

Author: Andrew Avner

Narrators: Brad Raider, George Spielvogel, Malili Dib, Yolanda Corrales, Leila Cohen, Andrew Avner

Length: 2 hours and 57 minutes

Publisher: Black Rose Writing

Released: Jun. 26, 2020

Genre: Middle Grade Fiction

Audio Blog Tour: Maya and the Turtle by John C. Stickler & Soma Han

Prize-winning Korean fairy tale now out as an audiobook!

Authors: John C. Stickler, Soma Han

Narrator: Talulah Shadrick

Length: 11 minutes

Publisher: Author's Republic

Released: Apr. 16, 2020

Genre: Children's

Sunday, August 30, 2020

Audio Blog Tour: The Code by Peter McAllister

Author: Peter McAllister

Narrator: Josiah Robinson

Length: 5 hours and 26 minutes

Publisher: Momosa Publishing LLC

Released: Jul. 31, 2020

Genre: Science Fiction

Saturday, August 22, 2020

Audio Blog Tour: Camp Lenape by Timothy R. Baldwin

Author: Timothy R. Baldwin

Narrators: Brittany Goodwin, James David West

Length: 3 hours and 3 minutes

Series: A Kahale and Claude Mystery Series, Book 1

Publisher: United Publishing House, LLC

Released: May 28, 2020

Genre: Mystery; YA

Friday, August 21, 2020

Legacy of Secrets by Helen Starbuck

Join us for this tour from August 10 to August 28, 2020!

Book Details:

Book Title: Legacy of Secrets by Helen Starbuck

Category:  Adult Fiction, 243 pages

Genre Romantic Suspense

Publisher Routt Street Press

Release date:  March 2020

Content Rating: R for two explicit sex scenes, bad language, mild violence.

Book Description:

Other families pass down their stories, Kate Earnshaw’s family’s
secrets disappear from one generation to the next. Kate Earnshaw's
father's suicide has left many unanswered questions. In handling his
estate she wonders if she ever really knew him. He never explained why
he let his childhood home in Eastern Colorado fall into ruin or why he'd
kept the property a secret. And he never told Kate about his close
friendship with Evan Hastings, the handsome and somewhat puzzling man
who lives on the property near the abandoned house. Evan seems to have
as many secrets as her father and knows more about him than Kate did.
But there’s something about Evan that calls her back to her father’s
home. Something that threatens to unearth more than the past. Legacy of
Secrets explores family secrets, a daughter's grief and her search for
answers, and a chance for love.

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My Review:
In the book Kate has just lost her father to suicide but cannot comes to grips with it. After the will is read she inherits a piece of property and a house she knew nothing about. She goes on a personal journey to get to know her father better so she can understand the reasons for his suicide but all the time in her mind she feels he did not commit suicide. 

When she gets to the house she inherits her life actually takes many turns. The house is dilapidated and falling down. While there she meets Evan Hastings. The man who lives next door to the property and the self appointed caretaker so to speak. Sh learns that not only did her father come to the property many times but also has a friendship with Evan. 

Jealousy seems to rear its ugly head. There is an immediate connection between Kate and Evan but Kate cannot get past the part that Evan knows a lot about her father that she never did. When Evan tries to let her into the friendship he had with her father she blows up and stalks off, multiple times may I add. 

In the end she feels she pulled even tighter towards murder. The story is filled with twists and turns. The narration was pretty good. As with any book there were parts I enjoyed and Parts I did not but it was still worth my time. 

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

 Meet the Author:

Helen Starbuck is a Colorado native, former OR nurse, and
award-winning author of the standalone romantic suspense novel Legacy of
Secrets, and the Annie Collins Mystery Series. She loves mysteries,
suspense, romance, and any book that is well written. She’s a huge fan
of books with independent, strong, women characters and, as Neil Gaiman
says, “…stories where women save themselves.”

Connect with the author:  Website Facebook ~ Twitter ~Instagram ~ Pinterest ~ Goodreads

GUEST POST from Helen Starbuck, 

I love my characters. A plot without characters the reader (and author) can relate to isn’t worth reading in my opinion. I draw from my nursing and writing background, my love of reading, and my counseling psychology degree to flesh out my characters. I write what I love to read, romantic suspense and mystery. Overhearing a conversation, seeing a photograph, walking and letting my mind wander, listening to music, and attending writing retreats and seminars are all sources of inspiration for characters and plots. And sometimes characters and plots just pop out of my imagination fully grown.

Legacy of Secrets, my new book, is set in Eastern Colorado, a ranching and farming area made up of both large and small towns. As a native Coloradan, I’m familiar with the setting. The town of Ardwell, Colorado, is a figment of my imagination, but representative of small towns in the state.

The idea for the book was the result of a writing seminar where the presenter spread photos of iconic paintings on a table, asked participants to choose one that spoke to him or her, and write for fifteen minutes. I chose one that showed an old house sitting in the midst of a field of overgrown grass. That house became the abandoned Earnshaw family home, which figures prominently in the story about a father with many secrets.

I wanted to tackle the subject of suicide and the effects it has on those left behind. As children I don’t believe we ever really know our parents. We think we do, but we know them as parents not ‘people.’ I wanted to explore a daughter’s grief and her discovery of the many secrets her father had kept. I wanted to explore a small community and it’s residents, and how these affect my main character, Kate Earnshaw, during her journey to discover who her father was and why he committed suicide.

My next romantic suspense novel is, Finding Alex. A woman assaulted, left for dead, and now amnesic, may be the only surviving victim of a killer who’s targeting prostitutes and leaving their bodies without fingertips to complicate their identification. She has her fingertips, but Denver homicide detective Blake Halloran must try to identify her and hope her memory returns so he can find the killer. I think readers will enjoy it.

Tour Schedule:

Aug 10 – Corinne Rodrigues | Booksnita – book spotlight

Aug 10 - From the TBR Pile – audiobook review / giveaway

Aug 11 – Book Corner News and Reviews – book review / giveaway

Aug 11 - I'm Into Books – book spotlight / giveaway

Aug 12 – fundinmental – book spotlight / giveaway

Aug 13 – Olio by Marilyn – book spotlight / author interview

Aug 13 – Olio by Marilyn – book review / giveaway

Aug 14 – Stephanie Jane – book spotlight / giveaway

Aug 17 – Read and Review – book spotlight / guest post / giveaway

Aug 18 – Jazzy Book Reviews – book spotlight / author interview / giveaway

Aug 19 – Locks, Hooks and Books – book review / giveaway

Aug 20 – Books and Zebras – book review

Aug 20 - Books for Books – book spotlight

Aug 21 - T's Stuff – book review /guest post / giveaway

Aug 21 – Celticlady's Reviews – book spotlight / giveaway

Aug 24 – Mystery Suspense Reviews – audiobook review / guest post / giveaway

Aug 24 - Sefina Hawke's Books – book spotlight

Aug 24 - Rajiv's Reviews - book review

Aug 25 – Amy’s Booket List – audiobook review / giveaway

Aug 26 – Pen Possessed – book review / giveaway

Aug 26 - Rebecca Graf on Medium - audiobook review

Aug 27 – Library of Clean Reads – book review / giveaway

Aug 28 – Adventurous Jessy – book review / giveaway

Aug 28 - The World As I See It – book review

Aug 28 - My Fictional Oasis – book review

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Audio Series Tour: The Last Great Saxon Earls book 3 by Mercedes Rochelle

Author: Mercedes Rochelle

Narrator: Kevin E. Green

Length: 9 hours 28 minutes

Series: The Last Great Saxon Earls, Book 3

Publisher: Mercedes Rochelle

Release date: July 20, 2020

Genre: Historical Fiction

Thursday, August 20, 2020

Audio Blog Tour: New Year by Sea Caummisar

Author: Sea Caummisar

Narrator: Ronald Young

Length: 3 hours and 3 minutes

Series: Games, Book 1

Publisher: Sharon Cheatham

Released: June 6, 2020

Genre: Horror

Monday, August 17, 2020

Audio Blog Tour: Rock Solid by Lisa A. Olech

Author: Lisa A. Olech

Narrator: Anthony Lee

Length: 7 hours and 25 minutes

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press

Released: June 22, 2020

Genre: Romance

Sunday, August 16, 2020

Audio Series Tour: The Northern Michigan Asylum Series book 3 by J.R. Erickson

Author: J.R. Erickson

Narrator: Margy Stein

Length: 9 hours and 18 minutes

Series: Northern Michigan Asylum Series, Book 3

Publisher: J.R. Erickson

Released: Oct. 15, 2019

Genre: Paranormal

Friday, August 14, 2020

Audio Series Tour: The Last Great Saxon Earls book 2 by Mercedes Rochelle

Author: Mercedes Rochelle

Narrator: Kevin E. Green

Length: 10 hours 25 minutes

Series: The Last Great Saxon Earls, Book 2

Publisher: Mercedes Rochelle

Release date: June 11, 2020

Genre: Historical Fiction