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If Walls Could Talk: The Celebrate Lit Blog Tour and Giveaway of The Inn on Hanging Hill

  About the Book Book:  The Inn on Hanging Hill Author:  Christy Barritt Genre:  Romantic Mystery Release date:  October, 2021 Each house has a history. Each person has a secret. Each turn of events leads to danger. Lindsey Waters never wanted to return to the seaside inn where she grew up. Too many traumatic memories haunt the place, both from her childhood and from days gone by. But with guilt relentlessly chasing her after a tragic choice, she’s desperate for a fresh start. Mysterious incidents begin plaguing the inn— dangerous  incidents—that make it clear someone wants to scare Lindsey away. But why? Does it have anything to do with the two weeks missing from her memory when she was abducted at age twelve? Childhood friend Benjamin Newsom seems like an answer to prayer when he shows up to work as a handyman. But something is different about him, something Lindsey can’t put her finger on. She’s certain Benjamin harbors secrets. As peril continues to close in, Lindsey must decide if

Running Out of Time: The Celebrate Lit Blog Tour and Giveaway of Solomon's Porch

  About the Book Book:  Solomon’s Porch Author:  Janet Morris Grimes Genre:  Christian Mystery/Suspense Release date:  August 10, 2021 Time. Solomon is running out of it. A broken and forgotten man fighting the demons of dementia, he longs for the past when both he and his beloved military town of Ginger Ridge once thrived. When his stooped body collides with the hardened realities of the present, Solomon lies in a coma as an unidentifiable victim of a hit-and-run accident in a faraway city. With nothing to keep him going but flashbacks of relationships from his past, Solomon has no idea what a difference he will make on the future …   Click here to get your copy!   Book Review Wow, what an emotional roller coaster. From the very start, this book throws in intense plot twists. And these curveballs and surprises continue page after page to the point I could not put the book down. I had to see what happened, and I genuinely got annoyed anytime somebody interrupted me while I was reading