JoeyTweets BookBlast – “One Magical Holiday” by Stephanie Price Buchanan

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Title: “One Magical Holiday: a novel”

Author: Stephanie Price Buchanan

Genres: holiday fiction, Christian fiction

Description: London Bradley loves the holidays, and this year she’s hoping they’ll be merry, bright and sparkling with romance. She’s a single mom to sassy seven year old Sierra, who loves the holidays as much as her mom does. London co-parents with Sierra’s dad Cory, who is her Ex and also her first love. Their relationship is pleasant but sadly she has to put up with Cory’s unpleasant wife. But oddly between Thanksgiving and Christmas, Cory keeps showing up to events solo, causing London to think about their complicated past.

She’s currently dating Russell Laine, a wealthy business owner that her best friend Lori says is perfect for her. Russell is the full package and with Christmas right around the corner, London is hoping she and Russell will trim the tree, drink hot chocolate and go to Sierra’s school events together. But when Thanksgiving doesn’t go as planned, London wonders will Russell be the holiday boyfriend she’s longed for, will she stop having flashbacks of her past with Cory and most of all will London have the one magical holiday she’s been waiting for?

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JoeyTweets BookBlast – “The Secret Diaries of Juan Luis Vives” by Tim Darcy Ellis

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Title: “The Secret Diaries of Juan Luis Vives”

Author: Tim Darcy Ellis

Genres: Spanish literature, psychological literary fiction, religious historical fiction

Description: When an electrician is hired to re-wire the medieval buildings of the College of Brueges, he stumbles upon a wooden box behind the building’s plaster wall. The box contains the secret diaries of the the tutor of Princess Mary Tudor and the confidante of both Catherine of Aragon and King Henry VIII, who played the impossible game of double agent. He was a great renaissance scholar, and the friend of royals.

He was Juan Luis Vives, a humanist and humanitarian who lectured on the rights of animals and advocated literacy for all women. When he was just thirty years old he engaged with the greatest minds of his day: Erasmus and Sir Thomas More. But he had a secret he had to keep hidden at all costs.

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JoeyTweets BookBlast – “One Magical Holiday” by Stephanie Price Buchanan

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Title: “One Magical Holiday: a novel”

Author: Stephanie Price Buchanan

Genres: holiday fiction, Christian fiction

Description: London Bradley loves the holidays, and this year she’s hoping they’ll be merry, bright and sparkling with romance. She’s a single mom to sassy seven year old Sierra, who loves the holidays as much as her mom does. London co-parents with Sierra’s dad Cory, who is her Ex and also her first love. Their relationship is pleasant but sadly she has to put up with Cory’s unpleasant wife. But oddly between Thanksgiving and Christmas, Cory keeps showing up to events solo, causing London to think about their complicated past.

She’s currently dating Russell Laine, a wealthy business owner that her best friend Lori says is perfect for her. Russell is the full package and with Christmas right around the corner, London is hoping she and Russell will trim the tree, drink hot chocolate and go to Sierra’s school events together. But when Thanksgiving doesn’t go as planned, London wonders will Russell be the holiday boyfriend she’s longed for, will she stop having flashbacks of her past with Cory and most of all will London have the one magical holiday she’s been waiting for?

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JoeyTweets BookBlast – “The Resurrectionist” by A.R. Meyering

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Title: “The Resurrectionist”

Author: A.R. Meyering

Genres: historical fantasy, urban fantasy, paranormal fantasy

Description:

Horror and fantasy intermingle in this imagined continuation to the true story of the Burke and Hare murders.

In 19th century Scotland, surgeon Edgar Price has only days to live. He has become host to a revenant that will corrode both his body and soul. Edgar’s fatal mistake has not only doomed him, but also released six more of these malignant wraiths onto the world. In his remaining time, he has vowed to stop the revenants from claiming other victims.

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JoeyTweets BookBlast – “Nobody’s Mulligan” by Brian Holt

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Title: “Nobody’s Mulligan”

Author: Brian Holt

Genres: Christian literature

Description: You are cordially invited to stroll the streets of a modern-day “Mayberry” that has lost its way, unaware of its role in a global apocalyptic future. Each step away from the faith was the equivalent of a blind sprint towards disaster, and for the people of Grace’s Parrish this resulted in being designated as the point Satan chose to breach and ignite an inextinguishable hell on earth! With death and time confiscated, the tormented citizens surrendered the one they treated as an outcast to relieve their anguish. Those who believe their life includes more than their fair share of transgressors will easily identify with protagonist Margaret Sullivan. This modern-day Joan of Arc epitomizes fighting empty-handed is not synonymous with being unarmed, and when the smoke clears, the price is heavy.Continue reading