The Stealthmaster's Shadow Blog Tour

Whew!!  Two book tours in one month!  Yes, I've been running around like crazy getting ready for all these, but it's been lots of fun, nonetheless.  Today, I'm sharing some exciting news about Hope Ann's new novella, The Stealthmaster's Shadow, and I'm beyond thrilled for this one!

It's been ten confounded years since the war ended.

Verus, a retired soldier, determines to enforce the peace the victory ought to have brought. His wanderings bring him to the city of Nerva, a sprawling riverside chaos no other Stealthmaster will touch.

Commandeering the task of a former comrade, Verus presents himself to the governor and promises to search out hidden Subverters. The true reason for his actions he keeps to himself. After all, the tyrannical governor will hardly approve of lending aid to those pitted against him, but the Subverters need information. Maybe even weapons.

The wishes of the Subverters themselves are immaterial. They weren’t there during the war. They didn’t see the horrors Tauscher spread.

Verus has.

So has the new ambassador from Zahavia who strides through the great doors of the feasting hall, bringing Verus face to face with nightmares from his past.

As the simple mission dissolves into confusion, Verus struggles to help those he’s plunged into danger, from a serving lad to the infuriating woman he’s taken to calling “Princess.” Fleeing will only make the enemy stronger. But staying…

Staying could doom them all.



I'm not even quite sure where to begin my review, to be honest.

I'll start by saying this is my favorite Legends of Light book yet.  I even went and re-read Rose of the Oath (my previous favorite) right after reading this one, just to verify which one I liked better.  Might not have been the greatest idea, but just for the record...The Stealthmaster's Shadow is now my new favorite.

Perhaps it was because I felt like I was reading a real story.  This wasn't just a fairy-tale retelling, with some names or stuff changed to make it different.  This wasn't just an allegorical/Christian story.

Yes, this is a faint retelling of the old 12 Dancing Princesses tale.  Yes, this does have some allegorical elements, and a Christian theme.

But it's also just a plain enjoyable read!  I enjoyed the characters, the world, the conflict...everything about this little novella.

Yes, it's a novella.  Normally I dislike novellas (I want tons of reading material, y'know??), but this one...somehow when I finished, I wasn't left with this empty "but I want more" feeling.  No, I was satisfied.  The story was nicely done, from beginning to end.

(There was, however, a good bit of more violence found in this book than in the other Legends of Light novellas.  Mostly just one particular torture scene...nothing too extremely graphic.  But just a brief heads up.)

But if you like a bit of mystery, a bit of excitement and danger, maybe a hint of romance, and tons of sarcasm...this is highly recommended!

So, are you excited yet???  If you haven't ordered it yet, just stare at this beautiful cover, and you might change your mind.

I'm sorry, but that cover is amazing.
Just amazing.
Whew, I can't stop repeating myself.  The castle...the cloaked figure...and the dark red...come on, that's an epic cover!!!!

Click here to order now from Amazon, and here to add to Goodreads.

Hope Ann uses chocolate to bribe a wide ring of spies, from the realm leapers of Aslaria to the double agents of Elkbend, for their stories. Based in Indiana, she is the self-published author of the Legends of Light series, personal writing coach, and the Communications Coordinator for Story Embers. You can find out more about her at

Lilah's Musical Challenge

**Due to the amount of videos on this post, it has slowed my blog site down.  I'm removing the videos and will be updating with links asap**

Sometimes bloggers do weird things.  And this is one of them.

Lilah recently had her blogging anniversary, and as bloggers usually do on these occasions, she asked for us to throw a bunch of questions at her to answer.

MK took it as a dare, and sent her a number of questions.  Lilah made the mistake of saying "Betcha can't think of any more" and...received more...

However, Lilah took it in stride, and publicly challenged MK to ask her as many questions as she could think of.

Eventually MK got bored.  After 115 questions.  It was a very long post.

Shortly after that, it grew into a tag (after getting shrunk to 65 questions).

These are the guidelines...
1. Link back to me, because I am queen of all.
2. Or Link back to Lia's post, because it amuses me.
3. Come and comment that you've done the tag so I can read it and laugh all over again.
4. Answer the questions.
5. Tag your friends so that they hate you.

 I actually haven't officially been tagged - I believe people are hesitant to actually tag someone, since there are so many questions, and just leave it open.  But, to make this exciting...I'm going to try to link to as many songs as I can...

One song on the radio that annoys you?
I hear this playing on the downtown loudspeakers all the time at work.  It drives me insane.

One song that you love and sing along to every time it comes on the radio?

I don't listen to the radio much.  I usually just play something on my phone.  And there's nothing on the downtown speakers that I enjoy...

Favorite and least favorite genre of music?

Bluegrass is my home genre, and I would probably say metal is my least favorite.

Last song you listened to?
(Before looking up songs for this post, lol)

According to SoundCloud history, Feast of Starlight.  That sounds about right.

Song you've been listening to a lot?

Yeah, on repeat.  And repeat again.  And again...

Favorite music video?

I actually don't watch a lot of music videos, especially since I mostly play music as background noise for writing, running, and such.  Really, I only occasionally watch this one:

Are you listening to music right now?

You think???

Favorite romantic song?

Um....maybe the song that I've been listening to on repeat?  (See above)

Last song you cried during?

Don't ask.  Please.  Just blame Infinity War....

Last song that made you laugh?

My siblings and I like to do a sing-off with this one!  It usually ends with laughter.

A song you like in a different language?

Oh, wow.  I actually have a bunch to choose from...but, ultimately, it goes to...Smuglyanka Moldavanka.

The version from a favorite movie of mine, Only Old Men Go to Battle, is cool.

And then there's a really neat version that my cousin in Slovakia sent me.

Favorite summer song?

Um....what???  Like...for playing while driving down the road with the windows down??

If so, then: Choctaw Hayride

Road trip song?
I See Fire

I play this song a lot...Sarah and I jam to it...Evan tolerates little sisters can chime in on the brother sings along...and sometimes even my Mom!  :)

Put yourself to sleep song?

Wolf Blood

I know that might be a little weird....but I find this kinda beautiful and haunting and when I imagine some kind of fantasy adventure to go with the music than I start dropping off the sleep...

While-you-read song?

I actually don't listen to music while I read...too distracting.  :)

While-you-study song?

My studying days are DONE thank you very much

Last song on your playlist?

*laughs*  Which playlist?  I have SEVERAL.

Song that makes you want to dance?

Riverdance, of course!!!
I mean, really, who doesn't want to dance while watching that???


Young Pirate

Ma running song, mates!! 

Instrumental song?

I listen to bluegrass.  There's a lot of instrumentals.  But a favorite?

Knob Creek

It's so beautiful...and powerful....and amazing...and everything I like in a Bluegrass song.

A song with a color in it.... and do you love it or hate it?

Don't laugh, but this is the first thing that came to mind...

I kinda tolerate it.  I'm not really a Les Mis fan, but this one is kinda catchy.

A song that means a lot to you right now?

I've been working on playing this one on the piano, and it's really been fun mastering it.

I dunno, just something about it...the deepness...this feel of history...the rising and falling of the's hauntingly beautiful.

Favorite Disney Song?

Okay, so it's just a musical part...but this one's my favorite and I LOVE it.

Favorite Disney Love Song?

Um.... *has no idea what to answer*  I don't watch many Disney movies, actually...

Disney song you hate/dislike?

Don't even get me started on this one...


Favorite Disney soundtrack as a whole?

Sooooo technically PotC is a Disney franchise, right?  So this counts, right?

Take your favorite season and make a playlist for it... it has to be at least 5 songs long.

You've heard of comfort food....what are your comfort songs?

The Gravel Road

Better Days
Arwen's Vigil

Winter song that is not about Christmas OR a typical Christmas song?

What, you thought you could mention "winter" and not have me think of this??
A song with food in it?

Blackberry Winter!!  Blackberries are food, right??

Music you listen to while cleaning your room?

Anything, really.  But this has been a random favorite that I whip out when I need something motivational.

Song for each of your top two favorite holidays?

Okay, so I'm not a holiday person.  I really like Thanksgiving, though.  And a Psalm that we always sing together on Thanksgiving.

(So, I look up Psalm 100 to provide a video, and the first one that comes up is this one...and it's GPC!!!!  I love the people there, and visit them a lot, and they visit us, and they're great folks!)

But apparently I need a second favorite holiday, and another song??  



*frantically hurries to next question*

What movie/TV show theme songs can you sing?

Okay, so I don't watch many TV shows, and it seems like the few I do watch don't even have theme songs with vocals??  But this will have to do...

Song not about relationships, boys, love or anything super serious or sad?

This one makes me laugh - every time!

A Folk Tune you like?

I love this one!!!  It's so fun to play (I even prepared my own version for competing), and this version is beautiful!!

Songs that always get stuck in your head...even if you only hear a line or two?

This is theme song, according to Evan.

Workout Playlist?

Link to my soundcloud running playlist - enjoy!

Wedding Playlist?

MWAHAHAHAHAHAH this is gonna be my wedding.  XD 

Do you have a song that reminds you of one of your OTPs?

This song.  And then take a guess on what my top OTP is...

A song that you feel different about after seeing the music video and whether you stopped liking it or not?

I believe I've already mentioned that I don't watch many music videos...I think I've seen more than I ever have before just by looking up songs for this post...

A song you would recommend to everyone?

This is sooooo epic!!

A song you don't like telling people about so you can horde it and make it "your song"?

Well I'm certainly not going to tell you now!!!

A song that makes you want to go out and do something crazy/adventurous?

Well, since you asked...

This one.

Okay, I'll admit, I do listen to The Winter Soldier soundtrack quite a bit...

A song that is super catchy, but you don't like because you don't like the meaning behind the words or just don't like it?

Oh now you've done it.  I can't even think of this song without it getting stuck in my head.  So I'm not even going to find a video.  I'm just gonna name it.


Doesn't matter where I go, I hear it.  On the radio, on the speakers playing downtown, by some random dude playing the guitar at the street corner while I'm in another's everywhere.

Also, recently, I was in Indiana.
Me:  *walks into random shoe store*
Shoe Store Radio:  *stars playing Wagon Wheel*
Me:  How???  How???

And it's not the best.  The tune is so catchy but the lyrics aren't the greatest...kinda have hidden meanings, y'know??

A song you listen to while pretending you're listening to someone talk?

I like to think I'm polite and pause my music when people are talking to me.  But if I have an instrument in my hands, I'm likely to quietly play it during conversations.

A children's song you like?


I mean, really, did you expect anything different???

A lullaby you would sing to your own children.

Psalm 23

Unless I've already been singing for over an hour, and happen to have a cold.  Cause last time I sung for an hour, with a cold, and then sang this one, I started getting light-headed...

A song that is "your theme song"

I've already answered that, kind of.  But here's another video anyway.  And this time, it has bagpipes!

(Never heard of this person, btw.  The video came up, and I was all Bagpipes??  Gotta give this a listen!!)

Favorite musician?

Favorite book about a musician

Adam of the Road came to mind instantly.  It's a super cute story about a minstrel's son, who gets separated from his dad and has to wander the medieval world, with his harp and his dog, to find his father again.

Highly recommended if you like cute reads!!  (With dogs and music!!)

5 favorite musicians and your favorite of their songs?

*bluegrass bands only (take warning)*  *click band to go to fave song*

Favorite music blog(s)?

Umm...what??  What is this thing??

An unknown/lesser known musician?

Probably like....every other musician I've mentioned??

Favorite radio station?

As mentioned before, I don't listen to much radio.

What musician do you listen to the most?

Honestly, I don't know.  Probably Kripple Krunk.  Just because.

Rihanna or Beyoncé? (you can't say neither)

Um....honestly, I don't know.  I don't know who they are and I'm kinda afraid to Google them...

Listen to a song by Justin Bieber (or any musician you really don't like) and write a paragraph long review on it?

Gonna pass, for the above reason: too afraid to Google...

Last musical you watched?

Does The Court Jester count?  I don't know much about musicals.  Does it have to be completely singing?  Or just lots of songs?

Musical you've never watched but really want to?

The movie that has "The Rain in Spain" song in it... (or is that not a musical, either?)

If you could only pick one musical to see on Broadway, what would it be?

*sputters*  What's with all the musical questions all of a sudden??  (And honestly...what's Broadway??)

Favorite musical score from a movie that is not a musical?

I find myself listening to The Winter Soldier soundtrack quite a bit.  Please don't judge.

Last musical you belted while walking around your house?

Please don't ask...I sometimes belt this one out randomly...
A song from your favorite musical that you hate/dislike?

Again, what's with these musical questions??  There's some parts I skip in Les Mis, how about that??  We'll go with that.  Next question!!

Favorite song from the Greatest Showman soundtrack?

*record scratch*

I haven't even heard one song from this...

Do you have any musical merch?

So...I decided not to show you my record player, because, well, I don't want to look like I'm too much of a weird music person...

So have a picture of my instruments instead!

**Piano not pictured**

Anyway, I'm going to leave this tag open, like everyone else.  If you feel like showing off some of your favorite music, by all means...

Dagger's Sleep & Dissociate Blog Tour

Okay, so remember when I took part in the cover reveal tour for Tricia Mingerink's new book, Dagger's Sleep?
Well, that wasn't the end.  I'm back, and this time I've got even more cool stuff to share...
(Quick Disclaimer: This blog tour is for both Tricia Mingerink's book Dagger's Sleep, and Sarah Addison-Fox's book Dissociate.  However, I have read none of Sarah's books, and so I can't give a good or bad opinion/review on them.)
 A prince cursed to sleep.

A princess destined to wake him.

A kingdom determined to stop them.

High Prince Alexander has been cursed to a sleep like unto death, a curse that will end the line of the high kings and send the Seven Kingdoms of Tallahatchia into chaos. With his manservant to carry his luggage and his own superior intelligence to aid him, Alex sets off to find one of the Fae and end his curse one way or another.

A hundred years later, Princess Rosanna learns she is the princess destined by the Highest King to wake the legendary sleeping prince. With the help of the mysterious Daemyn Rand, can she find the courage to finish the quest as Tallahatchia wavers on the edge of war?

One curse connects them. A hundred years separate them. From the rushing rivers of Tallahatchia’s mountains to the hall of the Highest King himself, their quests will demand sacrifices neither of them could imagine.
Dagger's Sleep is available for preorder on Amazon Kindle!!  Go and click the link!!

Let me get a few things straight: I am new to (and sometimes hesitant to read) fairy-tale retellings.  I’m getting back to reading fiction after a long break of not reading much at all.  My sketchy memory makes it hard to remember all the names and places that show up in fantasy books.

Despite all that, Dagger’s Sleep has easily become one of my favorite reads this year.  If it wasn’t 11:30 at night when I finished reading, I most likely would have run around the house, cackling maniacally.  Even while reading, my own facial expressions likely would have caused anyone looking at me to instantly be worried, if I hadn’t read this book while sitting at the Mile 33 Aid Station of a 100K race, where everyone around me looked either in horrible pain, or else wore crazy grins plastered across their face.  I even risked motion sickness and devoured parts of the book while riding along twisty mountain VA roads.

That’s how good this book was.

I could not put it down.

Dagger’s Sleep is an absolutely marvelous retelling of Sleeping Beauty.  Though I knew how the original fairy-tale went, this story took the tale in a wonderfully new direction, yet still stayed true to the tale (cause it’s a fairy tale re-telling, mate).

So what did this book have that can possibly interest anyone?

~Sleeping Beauty story line.  Okay, so that’s obvious.  But I’ve always loved the story of sleeping beauty (okay, so mostly because the old Disney movie had a dragon in it)(and the Studio C video is absolutely hilarious) but this book takes an EPIC spin on the tale.
~A relatable heroine.  Sometimes I have a horrible time connecting with female main characters...they are usually too kick-butt for me (so Black Widow is cool, but I’m never going to get to her level of fitness and strength) or too shallow (I mean, I like to think I'm fairly active and might be able to put up a good fight against the bad guys!), but Princess Rosanna was perfect.  She was a believable female.  Yes, she had flaws and fears and doubts.  That’s human.  But she has humor and can paddle a canoe down rapids and even chucks a few rocks when the situation gets dire.  That’s someone I can relate to!!  She might not be out there wielding a 30-pound sword and cutting down every foe in her way, but she's strong and willing and does what she has to do.
~Alex.  So Daemyn was epic.  Don’t get me wrong.  I loved him to pieces (can I please have him in my life, please??).  But Alex…. His story arc was just what I love to read.  I mean, his logical way of thinking was so funny and amused me, and then I saw his flaws and was like “oh, dis guy got problems…”  So yeah.  Alex was great.
~American History.  Maybe it was just me.  But the names...the descriptions...the canoes...I felt like I was reading some old Daniel Boone novel.  From the first few lines of the book, I felt like I had gone back in time, and I was paddling my own canoe, hunting buffalo, and playing the folk tunes of old Appalachia.  And I loved every minute of it.
~Bere-bear.  So many puns.  It was brilliant.  Read this book for the humor alone and you won’t be disappointed.
~The characters.  So remember what I said about having difficulty with remembering names??  Well, I didn’t have to worry about that here.  Each character and place was distinct enough that I could keep them seperate and remember who was who and where was where.  And it’s not because there was like, two characters in the entire book.  There was a completely lovely cast, and lots of exciting places I’d like to visit.
~The Theme.  Admittedly I often have a hard time picking up themes.  Not sure exactly why.  But anyway...maybe I didn’t come away with the author’s intended theme.  Or maybe I did.  *shrugs*  But I was left for days thinking about gifts and curses, and the way we use what we are given, and this is probably the first fiction book I’ve ever read that left me thinking about a theme for so long.  I mean, normally I just day-dream about the characters, and long to get in the storyworld, but I rarely meditate on the theme.  But Dagger’s Sleep has stuck with me. 

I need to reread this book, like, yesterday.

Need I sing any more praises??

~Clean as the dishes in a drying rack.  So there’s romance, alright?  What book doesn’t have at least a tiny bit of romance??  But this was clean.  Clean, you hear me???  No cussing, no sleeping around….maybe a bit of violence, simply because there are fights, and stabbings, and arrows, and swimming in cold rivers...but really, this was a lovely clean read.
~Minimal magic.  Yeah, I’m iffy about magic.  Just depends on the way it’s handled, honestly.  This was handled very well.  Since this was a fairy-tale retelling, I came in ready to handle the feys and the little hints of magic...and didn’t have a problem with it, in the end.
~Daemyn.  Alright, I’ll admit it.  He’s epic, with just the right bit of heroism, chivalry, and stubborn devotion all mixed into a canoe-paddling-wielding hero.
~Berend.  So this happens to also be the name of one of the MCs of my stand-alone Rauladin.  At first I was like “Oh, cool, that’s a name of my character, too!”  And then I was all “That’s my characters name, not yours!”  And finally, I sat back and just fell in love with Tricia’s own Berend character.  :)
~The Canoes.  I need more books with canoes, okay??  I go kayak-camping with my family and friends, and I grew up canoeing at my grandparents house, and this book awoke my love of canoes and camping and adventure.

Do yourself a favor, and read Dagger’s Sleep, okay??  Please, just do it.  Shoo.  Go now. 

Tricia Mingerink is also giving away a paperback of Dagger’s Sleep!!! The giveaway is open internationally where such giveaways are permitted and where Createspace or the Book Depository ships. The book may or may not be signed depending on where the winner lives.

To enter, click HERE
You won't regret it!

As an extra bonus, I got to ask Tricia a few questions about Dagger's Sleep and the writing of it.  Enjoy!

What made you decide to start writing fairy-tale retellings?  (Is it a genre you've always liked, or were you just looking for something different to write?)

Fairy tale retellings have actually been a genre I've written in for a long time. Most of the first stories I wrote growing up, besides the horse stories I wrote in crayon when I was a little kid, were fairy tale retellings. If anything, The Blades of Acktar was the unusual genre for me and Dagger's Sleep is going back to my roots. I actually wrote the first version of Dagger's Sleep (then called The Quest for the Sleeping Prince) back in 5th or 6th grade, but much of the book has changed since then. 

What is the first thing you do when you begin fleshing out a story idea?

Before I ever write a book, I spend a great deal of time brainstorming it/daydreaming about it in my head before I ever write it down. Dagger's Sleep was an idea I started thinking about a full year before I even started trying to write it. By the time I write a rough outline (no more than 2 or 3 pages of bullet points), I already know the beginning, ending, most of the major plot points, and I have many of the major scenes planned out down to the dialogue and descriptions. But all of that planning is done in my head. I've tried writing it down on paper as part of a full outline instead of my sketch of an outline, but for some reason, that doesn't seem to work for me at the present moment.

How do you go about naming characters?

It tends to be a mix of various methods. For example, Alexander has stayed named Alexander all the way from the very first draft of this book back in grade school. Rosanna was named Cassandra back in that version, but I decided to change her name. She actually went through several name changes before I settled on Rosanna. Isi also had 2 or 3 names while writing Dagger's Sleep (I don't remember what her name was back in my original grade school version. I think it started with an A). I googled a lot of baby name sites on the Internet. Sometimes I look for names that have a certain meaning (like Berend's name means brave as a bear). Sometimes I look for names that start with a certain letter of the Alphabet, such as many of Rosanna's guards I picked their names based on which letters of the alphabet I haven't used for main characters yet. Others I look for a specific origin to the name.

What is your favorite aspect of Dagger's Sleep?  (What did you enjoy writing the most?)

Chapters 18 through 22 are my favorite chapters. They are the heart of the book and the ones that I looked forward to writing and editing the most.

What's your favorite part of the writing journey?  (Plotting, drafting, editing, etc.)

All of it and none of it. When writing the first draft is going well, I love it. I don't love it so much when the words are struggling to come. I love editing and polishing the books, though editing can get frustrating. I think my least favorite part is the formatting of the paperback because it can get very tedious and time consuming.

Tricia Mingerink is a twenty-something, book-loving, horse-riding country girl. She lives in Michigan with her family and their pack of pets. When she isn't writing, she can be found pursuing backwoods adventures across the country.
You can connect with her on Facebook, Pinterest, Goodreads, Twitter, Instagram, and her blog.

To celebrate the release of Dissociate and Dagger’s Sleep, Sarah Addison-Fox and Tricia Mingerink are hosting a day-long Facebook Festival. There will be plenty of games and giveaways, not to mention Serena Chase, author of the Eyes of E’veria series, will be the guest of honor. It’s a party you won’t want to miss! You’ll be able to stop by any time during the day to join the fun, no matter what time zone you live in!

Click HERE to join the FaceBook fun!!

 Freedom begins with finding the truth.
Amidst the turmoil caused by Smyth’s arrest, Celeste is stuck in limbo, stripped of her citizenship, with no choice but to flee to a peaceful Kyraenean hideaway with the tumultuous Amaya Mason.
When bounty hunters threaten the local orphanage, Celeste and Amaya must work together and fight. Even if it means risking what they cherish the most.
His plans in tatters, his career in jeopardy, Mick Haynes is forced to leave Kyraenea with the enigmatic Torrance Kyle, the agent he still can’t trust.
Torrance is good at lying, and even better at hiding his pain, but is he strong enough to deal with the consequences of betraying his own father?
Can Celeste accept the truth, accept her place in the Haynes family or will lies chain her to the past and destroy her chance at a new life?

 Dissociate is available for sale on Amazon here. The first two books in the series Disowned and Dissemble are also available on Amazon.

Sarah Addison-Fox is giving away a paperback set of the first three books in the Allegiance Series. The giveaway is open internationally where such giveaways are permitted and where Createspace ships. The books may or may not be signed depending on where the winner lives.
Click HERE to enter!!! 
Sarah Addison-Fox is a New Zealand-born home-schooling mother of two who loves action-packed fantasy with strong heroines. She has an astonishing amount of nail polish, has all her creative writing credentials shoved in a drawer somewhere, and has a husband who, after 27 years, can still make her blush. When she’s not working on her Christian YA fantasy series',  she can be found fangirling on Goodreads or sending GIFs on Twitter.

Blog Tour Schedule
Tuesday – May 22
Laura Grace – Author Interview
Reading Anyone – Book Review
Jaye L Knight – Book Spotlight
Quirky Faith – Book Reviews and Author Interview
Wednesday – May 23
Allyson Kennedy – Author Interview
Sam H. – Book Review
Addyson Huneke - Book Review and Author Interview
Ivie Brooks - Book Reviews
Thursday – May 24
Shantelle Mary - Book Review and Book Spotlight
Brie Donning - Book Review and Multi-Character Interview
Blooming with Books - Book Review and Author Interview
Julian Daventry - Book Review and Author Interview
Friday – May 25
Faith Thompson - Book Reviews and Author Interview
Hannah Gaudette - Author Interview
CM Williams - Book Review
Chloe Parker - Book Reviews
Saturday – May 26
JM Christian - Book Review and Multi-Character Interview
Abigail McKenna - Book Reviews
Liv Fisher - Author Interview
Book Wolf - Book Reviews and Author Interview
Liz Koetsier – Book Spotlight
Monday – May 28
Jessica Dowell - Book Review and Author Interview
Lila Kims - Book Reviews
Marie Elrich - Book Reviews
Faith Potts - Book Review and Book Spotlight
Facebook Festival begins 5PM EST May 24th through 9PM EST May 25th with special guest Serena Chase