Cover Reveal

The Memory Keeper by Jenny Hale | #CoverReveal #TheMemoryKeeper #HarpethRoad | @jhaleauthor @HarpethRoad

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Hello, Sunshines, I have the massive pleasure to be apart of this cover reveal for Harpeth Road’s very first book; The Memory Keeper by Jenny Hale….how exciting is that??

I know that this publisher is going to have some incredible books for us all over the coming years, you can find more about Harpeth Road on their website I am so excited to able to be apart of this massive very first cover reveal. I love the look of this book, the cover is ever so pretty, I can’t wait to share it with you all.

The Memory Keeper by Jenny Hale.

Genre: Women’s Fiction

Release Date: 26th January 2021

Publisher: Harpeth Road

From the USA Today bestselling author of The Summer House comes a story about family bonds, one small town, and a reunion that changes everything.

Hannah Townsend’s life is just as she’s always wanted it to be. She has the perfect job at a New York magazine, a small but elegant apartment in the upper west side, and an incredibly successful beau named Miles Monahan. This year, for her thirty-fifth birthday, she’s leaving the icy city sludge for sunshine! She’s got tickets for two to Barbados, and she’s all packed and meeting Miles at the airport for a week of cocktails, sandy beaches, and the music of steel drums.

But her life is turned upside down in the span of that one morning. Hannah is rocked by the news that her beloved grandmother is very sick, and Hannah needs to come home to her small Tennessee town right away to be with her family and help run her gran’s dilapidated flower shop. It also means she has to face Ethan Wright, the best friend she’d left behind so many years ago. If that isn’t enough to deal with, she discovers her boyfriend is seeing someone else.

With flights grounded and rental cars in great demand due to the winter snowstorm, she’s stranded at the airport. On her birthday, instead of waking up in a stylish beachfront hotel in Miles’s arms like she thought, she finds herself packed like sardines into a car, with two passengers, on a ride-share from LaGuardia Airport to her hometown of Franklin, Tennessee.

When everything seems to be going wrong, it’s the kindness of a handsome businessman from Hannah’s past named Liam McGuire that might just save her. But a new development that threatens Gran’s shop and secrets surrounding Liam could alter both their lives forever.

A heartwarming, sweet romance that will have you laughing, crying, and best of all, hugging those around you a little tighter. If you loved the Christmas movies based on Jenny’s books and are looking for more feel-good, small town romance, look no further!

Universal Amazon Link – Here

Doesn’t it sound amazing? That cover is super cute!

About the Author

Jenny Hale is a USA Today, Amazon, and international bestselling author of romantic contemporary fiction. Her books have sold worldwide, have been translated into multiple languages, and adapted for television. Her novels Coming Home for Christmas and Movie Guide Epiphany Award winner Christmas Wishes and Mistletoe Kisses are Hallmark Channel original movies.

She was included in Oprah Magazine’s “19 Dreamy Summer Romances to Whisk You Away” and Southern Living’s “30 Christmas Novels to Start Reading Now.” Her stories are chock-full of feel-good romance and overflowing with warm settings, great friends, and family. Jenny is at work on her next novel, delighted to be bringing even more heartwarming stories to her readers.

When she isn’t writing, or heading up her romantic fiction imprint Harpeth Road, she can be found running around her hometown of Nashville with her husband, two boys, and their labradoodle, taking pictures–her favorite pastime.


Siren (Georgina Garrett #4) by Sam Michaels | #CoverReveal #Siren #GeorginaGarrett| @SamMichaelsGG @aria_fiction

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Hello, Sunshines, I am super excited to be apart of the cover reveal for the latest book in the fabulous Georgina Garrett series; Siren by Sam Micheals. I was late to this series, but I have completely fallen in love with it and I am beyond excited about the fourth book, I can’t wait to see what Georgina gets up to this time…but alas I have to wait, so let’s have a look at this gorgeous cover, shall we? Firstly, I want to quickly say thank you to Vicky at Aria Fiction for the invitation to this cover reveal, now let’s have a peek…

Siren by Sam Michaels

Series: Georgina Garrett #4
Genre: Historical Fiction, Crime Saga
Publisher: Aria Fiction
Format: ebook, paperback
Release Date: 21 April 2021

She will rise from the ashes and ignite a revolution!

Georgina Garrett has made many enemies, but with every victory she’s only grown stronger. But it only takes one defeat to crumble an empire and is this the one that brings Georgina to her knees?

Sam Michaels returns with her bestselling Georgina Garrett series…

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Isn’t it amazing? I love it, I can’t wait for this book!!

About the Author

Sam Michaels lives in Spain with her family and plethora of animals. Having been writing for years Trickster is her debut novel.

Follow Sam: Facebook: @SamMichaelsAuthor / Twitter: @SamMichaelsGG

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RHAPSODY BY MITCHELL JAMES KAPLAN |#CoverReveal #Rhapsody #HFVBTBlogTours |@mitchelljkaplan @HFVBT

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Hello, Sunshines, I have the huge pleasure to be today’s stop on the cover reveal for; RHAPSODY BY MITCHELL JAMES KAPLAN. This cover is certainly striking, I love the look of it, I can’t wait to share it with you all, Firstly thank you to Amy at HFVBT for the invite to this tour. Now let’s have a look at the book…


Publication Date: March 2, 2021

Publisher: Gallery Books

Format: Hardcover, eBook, Audiobook; 352 pages

Genre: Biographical/Literary/Historical 

One evening in 1924, Katharine “Kay” Swift—the restless but loyal society wife of wealthy banker James Warburg and a serious pianist who longs for recognition—attends a concert. The piece: Rhapsody in Blue. The composer: a brilliant, elusive young musical genius named George Gershwin.

Kay is transfixed, helpless to resist the magnetic pull of George’s talent, charm, and swagger. Their ten-year love affair, complicated by her conflicted loyalty to her husband and the twists and turns of her own musical career, ends only with George’s death from a brain tumor at the age of thirty-eight.

Set in Jazz Age New York City, this stunning work of fiction, for fans of The Paris Wife and Loving Frank, explores the timeless bond between two brilliant, strong-willed artists. George Gershwin left behind not just a body of work unmatched in popular musical history, but a woman who loved him with all her heart, knowing all the while that he belonged not to her, but to the world.



Doesn’t it look and sound amazing??


“Mitchell James Kaplan pens a lilting, jazzy ballad as catchy as a Gershwin tune, bringing to vibrant life the complicated relationship between classically trained composer Kay Swift and free-wheeling star George Gershwin. Their musical bond is as powerful as their passion, and jazz-soaked gin-drenched Broadway is their playground through the tumultuous years of the Great War and Prohibition. Rhapsody will have you humming, toe-tapping, and singing along with every turn of the page.” –Kate Quinn, New York Times bestselling author of THE ALICE NETWORK and THE HUNTRESS

“We all know Gershwin, but how many know he was ‘the man behind the woman,” the conflicted, extraordinary Katherine ‘Kay’ Swift? Mitchell James Kaplan illuminates her in Rhapsody, bringing his impressive knowledge of history, composition, and the heart’s whims to bear on this shining rendition of Swift and Gershwin’s star-crossed love.” –Therese Anne Fowler, New York Times bestselling author of Z and A GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD

“In Rhapsody, Mitchell James Kaplan brings to lyrical life the romance between Kay Swift and George Gershwin. A gifted musician in her own right, Kay was no mere accompanist to Gershwin’s genius; she was a true partner, unfortunately little remembered today. Kaplan’s vivid prose and empathetic characterization shines a spotlight on this remarkable woman who contributed so much to American music.” –Melanie Benjamin, New York Times bestselling author of The Swans of Fifth Avenue and Mistress of the Ritz

“Mitchell James Kaplan’s Rhapsody shines a blazing light on the celebrated George Gershwin, uncovering the man behind the legend through the story of the woman he loved, Kay Swift, a brilliant musician caught in the swiftly moving mores of New York’s Jazz Age. Rich with history and packed with intricate detail, Rhapsody soars.” –Randy Susan Meyers, bestselling author of THE WIDOW OF WALL STREET and WAISTED

“Mitchell James Kaplan has captured a whole world in his luminous journey through the jazz age in fast-paced New York City with this love story of composer Kay Swift and the brilliant but elusive George Gershwin. Kay first heard him playing his Rhapsody in Blue, but she was married to a wealthy man and Gershwin could be faithful only to his own genius. Through Broadway theaters and concerts, he was rising so fast that neither the Great Depression, nor the darkening rise of Hitler across the sea, nor the impossible difficulties of writing the first black folk-opera Porgy and Bess could stop him. Through their love affair, Gershwin and Kay gave fire to each other’s music until nothing could derail his meteoric success but time.” –Stephanie Cowell, American Book Award-winning author of CLAUDE AND CAMILLE and THE PHYSICIAN OF LONDON

About the Author

Mitchell James Kaplan graduated with honors from Yale University, where he won the Paine Memorial Prize for Best Long-Form Senior Essay submitted to the English Department. His first mentor was the author William Styron.

After college, Kaplan lived in Paris, France, where he worked as a translator, then in Southern California, where he worked as a screenwriter and in film production.

He lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia with his family and two cats.


Cover Reveal Schedule

Monday, October 26 Novels Alive

Tuesday, October 27 Gwendalyn’s Books

Wednesday, October 28 The Lit Bitch

Thursday, October 29 Locks, Hooks and Books

Friday, October 30 Donna’s Book Blog

Sunday, November 1 Passages to the Past

Monday, November 2 Chicks, Rogues and Scandals

Tuesday, November 3 Pursuing Stacie

Wednesday, November 4 History from a Woman’s Perspective

Thursday, November 5 Crystal’s Library

Friday, November 6 Jessica Belmont

Sunday, November 8 Older & Smarter

Monday, November 9 Books, Cooks, Looks

Tuesday, November 10 Reading is My Remedy

Wednesday, November 11 Coffee and Ink

Thursday, November 12 CelticLady’s Reviews

Friday, November 13 A Darn Good Read / Tangents and Tissues

Dublin’s Girl by Eimear Lawlor | #CoverReveal #DublinsGirl | @eimearlawlor58 @aria_fiction

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Hello, Sunshines, I have the massive pleasure to be apart of the cover reveal for this gorgeous new WW1, Historical. Dublin’s Girl by Eimear Lawlor sounds absolutely amazing, the cover is so beautiful, I can not wait to share it with you all, I am super excited about this book, this is one of those books that you know from first glance that this is going to be pretty special. Firstly, I want to quickly say thank you to Vicky at Aria Fiction for the invitation to this cover reveal, now let’s have a peek…

Dublin’s Girl by Eimear Lawlor

Falling in love with the enemy is the ultimate act of betrayal…

1917. A farm girl from Cavan, Veronica McDermott is desperate to find more to life than peeling potatoes. Persuading her family to let her stay with her aunt and uncle in Dublin so she can attend secretarial college, she has no idea what she is getting into. Recruited by Fr Michael O’Flanagan to type for Eamon De Valera, Veronica is soon caught up in the danger and intrigue of those fighing for Ireland’s independence from Britain.

The attentions of a handsome British soldier, Major Harry Fairfax, do not go unnoticed by Veronica’s superiors. But when Veronica is tasked with earning his affections to gather intelligence for Sinn Féin, it isn’t long before her loyalty to her countrymen and her feelings for Harry are in conflict. To choose one is to betray the other…

Inspired by real life events and marking the centenary of the end of the War of Independence, Dublin’s Girl is a thrilling historical debut from an exciting new Irish voice.



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Isn’t it amazing?? I love it, now let me introduce you to the author…

About the Author

Dublin’s Girl is Eimear Lawlor’s first novel and inspired by the true story of her great aunt who typed for Eamon De Valera. She lives with her family in Kilkenny.

Follow the author: Twitter: @eimearlawlor58

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Betrayal Is Coming…| #CoverReveal #Betrayal #HistoricalStories #HistoricalFictioneers |@HistFictioneers

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Hello, my little Sunshines on this grey and chilly Yorkshire day, I am super excited to be exclusively revealing the cover for an amazing new Historical Fiction Anthology. 12 Historical Fiction stories, written by 12 much loved Historical authors.

Betrayal, Historical Stories by Judith Arnopp, Cryssa Bazos, Anna Belfrage, Derek Birks, Helen Hollick, Amy Maroney, Alison Morton, Charlene Newcomb, Tony Riches, Mercedes Rochelle, Elizabeth St. John & Annie Whitehead.

Wow, what an amazing line up!

This cover is so atmospheric and eye catching, I hope you will love it as much as I do, go on then have a peek…

Isn’t it fabulous? I love it, let me tell you a little about this new Anthology…

Betrayal, treachery, treason, deceit, perfidy—all names for the calculated violation of trust. And it’s been rife since humans trod the earth.

A promise broken
A mission betrayed
A lover’s desertion
A parent’s deception
An unwitting act of treason
Betrayal by comrades
Betrayal by friends

Could you resist the forces of misplaced loyalty, power hunger, emotional blackmail, or plain greed? Is there ever redemption, or will the destruction visit future generations and even alter history? These questions are still with us today.

Read twelve tales by twelve accomplished writers who explore these historical yet timeless challenges from post Roman Britain to the present day.

AD 455—Roman leader Ambrosius is caught in a whirlpool of shifting allegiances
AD 940—Alyeva and cleric Dunstan navigate the dangers of the Anglo Saxon court
1185—Knight Stephan fights for comradeship, duty, and honour. But what about love?
1330—The powerful Edmund of Kent enters a tangled web of intrigue
1403—Thomas Percy must decide whether to betray his sovereign or his family
1457—Estelle is invited to the King of Cyprus’s court, but deception awaits
1483—Has Elysabeth made the right decision to bring Prince Edward to London?
1484—Margaret Beaufort contemplates the path to treason
1577—Francis Drake contends with disloyalty at sea
1650—Can James Hart, Royalist highwayman, stop a nemesis from destroying his friend?
1718—Pirate Annie Bonny, her lover Calico Jack, and a pirate hunter. Who will win?
1849/present—Carina must discover her ancestor’s betrayer in Italy or face ruin.

So you’ve seen the cover, you’ve read about it, you want to know where and when you can grab a copy of your own, right?

BETRAYAL is coming!

A free historical fiction anthology by award-winning novelists, you can find more about the authors and the anthology at Goodreads, Twitter and you can also join the Historical Fictioneers Facebook Group to stay up to date.

The End of Where We Begin by Rosalind Russel | #CoverReveal #TheEndOfWhereWeBegin #lovebookstours | @ImpressBooks1 @Ros__Russell @lovebooksgroup

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Hello, Sunshines, I have the huge pleasure to be apart of today’s cover reveal for; The End of Where We Begin by Rosalind Russel. This cover is certainly striking, I can’t wait to share it with you all. Firstly, thank you to Kelly at Love Books Tours for the invite to this cover reveal.

The End of Where We Begin by Rosalind Russell

Veronica is a teenager when civil war erupts in South Sudan. Lonely and friendless after the death of her father, she finds solace in her first boyfriend, and together they flee across the city when the fighting breaks out. On the same night, Daniel, the son of a colonel, also makes his escape, but finds himself stranded by the River Nile, alone and vulnerable. Lilian is a young mother, who runs for her life holding the hand of her little boy Harmony – until a bomb attack wrenches them apart, forcing her to trek on alone.

After epic journeys of endurance, their lives cross in Bidi Bidi in Uganda – the world’s largest refugee camp. There they meet James, a counsellor who helps them to find light and hope in the darkest of places.

The End of Where We Begin is a gripping and intimate true life account of three young people whose promising lives are brutally interrupted by war. It documents their heart-breaking and inspiring battle to keep moving on through the extremes of attack, injury, exile and trauma. It is a story of the bonds of community and resilience in adversity – a powerful message for our troubled times.

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About the Author

Rosalind Russell is a journalist who worked for more than a decade as a foreign correspondent for Reuters and the Independent in Africa, the Middle East and Asia.

Her reporting has included the fall of the Taliban in Afghanistan, the war in Iraq and Burma’s Saffron Revolution.

She lives in London with her husband and their two daughters. Burma’s Spring is her first book.

Bad Karma by Debi Chestnut | #CoverReveal #BadKarma #ZoeyCallawayMystery #lovebookstours | @CayellePub @DebiChestnut1 @lovebooksgroup

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Hello, Sunshines, I have the huge pleasure to be apart of the cover reveal for; Bad Karma by Debi Chestnut. I love this cover it’s certainly striking and I can’t wait for you all to see it too, firstly thank you to Kelly at Love Books Tours for the invite to this cover reveal.

Bad Karma by Debi Chestnut

ZOEY CALLAWAY is an introverted Information Professional, content with her cramped apartment above her mother’s garage. She’s a simple person with a simple life until murder shatters her small town of Hope Harbor, Michigan.

When Zoey’s uncle is found dead in his bathtub, police think it’s an accidental overdose, but circumstances tell Zoey a different story. After inheriting her deceased uncle’s home and black kitten, she moves in and catalogues his belongings, inadvertently piecing together clues to solve a crime her uncle had stumbled upon before his death. With a stalker following her every move, Zoey calls upon all her investigative skills to identify the killer before she becomes the next victim.

About the Author

A Northern girl with a wicked imagination, Debi fell in love with mysteries after reading her first Nancy Drew book. She left her job as a paralegal to write full-time. Along with her mystery series, Debi is also the author of many books on the paranormal. She lives in Michigan with her husband, two black cats, and her lab, Hunter.

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Medusa’s Children by Keith Antar Mason |#CoverReveal #MedusasChildren #lovebookstours #KeithAntarMason| @Wildpressed @lovebooksgroup

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Hello, Sunshines, I have the huge pleasure to be apart of the cover reveal for Medusa’s Children by Keith Antar Mason. This cover is certainly striking, I can’t wait to share it with you all, firstly thank you to Kelly at Love Books Tours for inviting me to this cover reveal. Now lets a take a look at this book…

From performing in the alleys of LA, Keith Antar Mason recounts his experience of getting on stage at the ICA in London with The Hittite Empire Performance Art Collective, an all-Black Intergenerational Men’s Cultural Elite.

The narrative of the London trip and snippets of the author’s experiences back in LA is effortlessly interwoven with visceral and evocative images from Black History, as memorised in his genes:

We are the nightsticked





Every summer is a Red Summer

Medusa’s Children is a one voice rant, a prose memoir, a wish poem.

This is a memory written in

Ashes and Fog

Our Life on Mars

Stone cold word killers

Spitting Knowledge and Truth

Mother Medusa

Make us

Subliminal Seducers

MEDUSA’S CHILDREN will be published in October 2020

About the Author

Keith Antar Mason is Artistic Director of The Hittite Empire Performance Art Collective, an all Black Intergenerational Men’s Cultural Elite. He is the author of For Black Boys Who Have Considered Homicide When The Streets Were Too Much (Plume, 1986) and New Wine & Black Men’s Feet (Red Hen Press, 2009)

He has performed with The Hittite Empire all over the United States and has taught and performed at Harvard University, Stanford University, UCLA and USC.

His work has been performed at The Black Theatre Festivals at Winston, Salem. Atlanta, LIFT, ICA London and on Broadway at Alice Tully Hall, The Lincoln Centre.

Keith Antar Mason conducts writing workshops in State Penitentiaries in California, Washington DC and Nevada

His New choreopoem, In The House of a Young Pharaoh, is being developed for Medium Production in LA in 2021.

Hunted by Sarah Biglow and Molly Zenk | @SBiglowWrites @UnsinkableMoZe @CayellePub @lovebooksgroup | #CoverReveal #Hunted #lovebookstours

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Hello, Sunshines, I have the huge pleasure to be apart of the cover reveal for; Hunted by Sarah Biglow and Molly Zenk. This cover is certainly eye-catching, I can’t wait to share it with you. Firstly, thank you to Kelly at Love Books Tours for inviting me to this cover reveal, now off you go, have a peek…

Hunted by Sarah Biglow and Molly Zenk

On the hundredth anniversary of being turned into a vampire, Edith Dorset joins her adopted daughters and their friends at the Heartsong Clan’s annual Live Action Role Play recruitment event where she meets an eager young man named Dan Paxton. His older brother and Hunter, Darren, thinks Dan’s merely chaperoning a trip to a nerd convention, but has no idea he’s partnered with vampires for the weekend.

When Darren discovers Dan missing, he follows the only lead he has to the Heartsong Clan’s residence on Tombstone Row. Edith and Darren’s first meeting is uneasy because he lies his way into the Clan’s house, claiming to be there to play on the side of humans. He’s determined to keep his Hunter instincts in check, rescue his brother, and get it out of there.

An impromptu late-night encounter leads Darren and Edith to come clean with each other about who and what they are. Edith longs to keep Darren and his brother close, although it goes against Clan rules, and Darren is finding it harder than he thought to snuff out Edith and her family. Darren and Edith grow closer as they seek out the truth from her Sire, Mr. Heartsong.

While Darren uses all his Hunter skills to free his brother and be the hero, Mr. Heartsong banishes Edith from the Clan for her behavior towards Darren. No longer having Clan protection, Edith is faced with a terrible choice. Just as Darren returns with Hunter reinforcements, Heartsong and his Clan have vanished, along with Edith and her family. All that remains is a note from Edith, begging Darren to find them. And so, the hunt begins.


About the Author’s 

USA Today Bestselling Authors Sarah Biglow and Molly Zenk are the authors of the Captivity series and the Celestial Academy series. Independently, they write across multi genres including: YA, urban fantasy, historical, and cozy mystery. Sarah lives in Boston with her husband and son. Molly lives in Denver with her husband and three daughters.

Follow them on Facebook: @SarahBiglowAuthor @AuthorMollyZenk


For the Love of a Pirate by Laura Nelson | @Shockaboo @CayellePub @lovebooksgroup | #CoverReveal #ForTheLoveOfAPirate #lovebookstours

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Hello, Sunshines, I have the huge pleasure to be apart of this fabulous cover reveal for For The Love of a Pirate by Laura Nelson. This cover is gorgeous and the book sounds amazing, I can’t wait to share it with you all, go on then take a peek….

For the Love of a Pirate by Laura Nelson

A jaded middle-aged woman attends a museum exhibit featuring the wreck of a pirate ship. A dead pirate from the wreck makes spiritual contact with her, pleading for her help to rescue him from purgatory. Along the way, she discovers both their pasts through a series of dreams. Another pirate covets her body for his own nefarious purposes. She becomes determined to rescue the pirate who has become her friend while figuring out how to prevent the other pirate from taking over her body.

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About the Author

I am 57, and I am a graduate of Augustana College of Rock Island, Illinois. I wrote some in college, then stopped. I took it up again after attending the Real Pirates Exhibit in Denver, Colorado in 2011. I have since written several non-fiction articles about some of the pirates who sailed on the Whydah Galley. In the past few years, I’ve compiled them into two books titled The Whydah Pirates Speak. I have also published several short stories, which have appeared in two anthologies (listed on my Amazon page), and in several magazines. I live in Cochiti Lake, NM, with my three cats. When not writing, I enjoy walking, reading, and Tai Chi.