Feed Your Reader – Special Bargain Book Virtual Tour


by Various Authors

Genre: Whatever Floats Your Boat!

What’s This All About?

We all need a little something to take our mind off the current pandemic crisis, economy, and everything else going on in the world right now. If you have an eReader, this is a great opportunity to find new authors and bargain books on sale for $0.99 or for free!

What’s your favorite genre? We just might have a book for you! Check here, fill up your ereader, and save money, too: http://www.goddessfish.com/promo/feed-your-reader-bargain-books/

There’s also a chance for you to win a $25 Amazon/BN GC – check out the Rafflecopter contest to enter.

The more tour hosts you visit, the more chances to enter the Rafflecopter you can get.

Looking for a specific genre? Here’s a list of quick-links:

Contemporary Romance (erotic and non-erotic): http://www.goddessfish.com/promo/feed-your-reader-contemporary-romance-erotic-and-non-erotic

Historical Romance (erotic and non-erotic): http://www.goddessfish.com/promo/feed-your-readerhistorical-romance-erotic-and-non-erotic/

Science Fiction or Fantasy Romance (erotic and non-erotic): http://www.goddessfish.com/promo/feed-your-reader-science-fiction-or-fantasy-romance-erotic-and-non-erotic

Romantic Suspense (erotic and non-erotic): http://www.goddessfish.com/promo/feed-your-reader-romantic-suspense-erotic-and-non-erotic/

LGBTQ Romance (erotic and non-erotic): http://www.goddessfish.com/promo/feed-your-reader-lgbtq-romance-erotic-and-non-erotic/

Women’s Fiction/Chick Lit: http://www.goddessfish.com/promo/feed-your-reader-womens-fiction-chick-lit/

Non-romance Mystery/Suspense/Thriller/Horror: http://www.goddessfish.com/promo/feed-your-reader-non-romance-mystery-suspense-thriller-horror

Non-romance Historical Fiction: http://www.goddessfish.com/promo/feed-your-reader-non-romance-historical-fiction/  (You’ll find my Civil War short story, THE FURLOUGH, listed here, btw).

Non-romance Science Fiction or Fantasy: http://www.goddessfish.com/promo/feed-your-reader-non-romance-science-fiction-or-fantasy/

Literary Fiction/Contemporary Mainstream Fiction: http://www.goddessfish.com/promo/feed-your-reader-literary-fiction-contemporary-mainstream-fiction/

Non-Fiction: http://www.goddessfish.com/promo/feed-your-reader-non-fiction/

And if you find something you love, be sure you thank the author by leaving a review!

Books I Reread (Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge)

This week, I’m tackling the Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge from Long & Short Reviews – the topic is “Books I reread (or want to reread)”.

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Anne of green Gables Series

One of my absolute favorite book series is the Anne of Green Gables series.

I first met Anne in fourth grade, thanks to a friend, and never looked back. Not only do I periodically reread the entire 8-book series, I also own and have read (multiple times) every L.M. Montgomery series, book, and short story collection ever published. I cannot wait to share the delights of Anne-with-an-E with my daughters.

The Chronicles of Narnia

I can’t remember when I first discovered The Chronicles of Narnia. I think I read The Magician’s Nephew as part of a children’s literature course in college, and went on from there.

There are two schools of thought in terms of the order one should read the Narnia books. Most people start with The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe and end with The Magician’s Nephew, while others put Magician first, as it is chronologically the beginning of Narnia (literally). I’ve read Narnia both ways and don’t really have a preference.

The North & South Trilogy

I am a huge fan of John Jakes. Like L.M. Montgomery, I own every book he’s ever published (except the sci-fi volumes he wrote under a pen name). I think he may finally have retired from the literary scene, but there is definitely a reason he’s called The Godfather of Historial Fiction.

I first read the North and South trilogy after a friend introduced me to the television mini series adaptations of the first two books when we were in high school. They are hefty books, and for someone as into the Civil War era as me, they are an excellently researched and written set of books, especially for the era of publication in which they were written.

Other Favorites

These are, of course, not the end all and be all of the books I love to reread. I used to read The Lord of the Rings, the Hobbit, and The Silmarillion once a year. And I think I’ve read Gone with the Wind about 16 times altogether.

There is nothing like an old favorite book. It’s like revisiting an old friend!

What are your favorite books to reread? What do you hope to reread in the future?

Books I Can’t Wait to Read in 2020

I am once again hopping onto the Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge from Long and Short Reviews (see how good I am so far at posting more often?)

This week’s topic:

Books I Can’t Wait to Read in 2020

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Ashes by Laurie Halse Anderson

This is the third and final book in the Seeds of America trilogy. I’d been waiting literally years to get my hands on this book, as I loved the first two installments. Ashes is the final volume telling the story of Isabel and Curzon, two young African Americans, as they navigate the dangers of the American Revolution in an attempt to rescue Isabel’s little sister from slavery in the south.

The Gown by Jennifer Robson

The Gown is a fictionalized account of the royal wedding of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip (before they were Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip). I’ve been binging on Netflix’s “The Crown” for a while, so this is right up my alley.

News of the World by Paulette Jiles

News of the World is a new title for me. Set in the days after the Civil War, it follows a news reporter into unsettled territory of the Great Plains as he attempts to return a young girl to her family.

The fall of Gondolan and Beren & Luthien by J.R.R. Tolkien

If you didn’t already know, I’m a Tolkien fan. I’ve read Lord of the Rings, the Hobbit, and the Silmarillion multiple times.

For fun.

A few years ago, Tolkein’s son, Christopher Tolkien, began working to take some of the tales from the Silmarillion and, using his father’s extensive notes, flesh them out into proper novels of their own. I am giddy to finally own Beren & Luthien and The Fall of Gondolin, as I already own The Children of Hurin.

My Dear Hamilton: A Novel of Eliza Schuyler Hamilton by Stephanie Dray and Laura Kamoie

Who doesn’t love a good story about Alexander Hamilton? My Dear Hamilton, however, provides a glimpse into the very private – and elusive – experiences of Eliza Schulyer Hamilton in the years before and after meeting and marrying America’s first Secretary of the Treasury. The authors completed impeccable research to flesh out the character of a woman often overlooked in the history books, but whose story is compelling in its own right.

So what about you? What books are you looking forward to reading this year?