Someone Close to Home Blog Tour

    GoodReads: Talented pianist Megan Youngblood has it all – fame, fortune and Gideon. But Gideon isn’t good enough for Megan’s ambitious, manipulative mother, whose meddling has devastating repercussions for Megan and for those close to her. Now, trapped inside her own body, she is unable to communicate her needs or fears as she… Continue reading Someone Close to Home Blog Tour

The Last Concerto – Blog Tour

Synopsis:  Famed for its natural beauty and rich history, Sardinia in 1968 is notorious, too, for the bandits who kidnap wealthy landowners for ransom. Eleven-year-old Alba Fresu’s brother, and her father, Bruno, are abducted by criminals who mistake Bruno for a rich man. After a grueling journey through the countryside, the two are eventually released—but… Continue reading The Last Concerto – Blog Tour

JSS Bach- Blog Tour

Blurb: J SS Bach is the story of three generations of women from either side of Germany's 20th Century horror story - one side, a Jewish family from Vienna, the other linked to a ranking Nazi official at Dachau concentration camp - who suffer the consequences of what men do. Fast forward to 1990s California, and… Continue reading JSS Bach- Blog Tour

Serving the Servant: Remembering Kurt Cobain eARC Review

Danny Goldberg is completely unassuming and humble in his retrospective look at Kurt Cobain's career and on their personal friendship. He doesn't pretend to know Kurt's relationships with others, just what he sees of them and what he's heard, he's so honest about his interaction with Kurt and others on his behalf and it was… Continue reading Serving the Servant: Remembering Kurt Cobain eARC Review