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Publisher: Tribute Books
Pages: 320
ISBN: 9780985792237
ISBN: 9781301031795
Release: April 16, 2013

The beloved Angel/Warrior team face pure evil in their final climactic story!

The first time they were sent down, Irish lives were led. Emily, the angel, ended up embedded in murder and lost in the realm of true love. While Matthew, the warrior, took over a life that left blood on his hands and anger in his soul.

With their second coming, Emily found herself facing an oncoming war that brought her to the shores of America. While Matthew tried desperately to unveil the evil character of a young man who was intent on locking his partner in a ‘gilded’ cage.

Now...Emily and Matthew find that their lives are all their own. Yet, all the memories, hatred, longing and regret have come hand-in-hand with this newfound freedom.

In small town U.S.A., Matthew finds himself loving his new life. From his military school existence to a new, ‘odd’ friend who’s arrived in town, Matthew’s looking forward to graduation and heading off into a brilliant future with Emily by his side.

Emily wants nothing more than to hide. Although doing her best to fit in, she lives a life on the edge, wondering when her past love will reappear to either forgive or seek revenge on the angel who let him down. Battling the shadows that seem to be breaking her soul in two, Emily soon discovers that her small, quiet town has a secret that’s beyond dangerous...

As she and Matthew join forces to help a ‘haunted’ victim, they open the door on a mystery neither of them can believe. A true villain has returned from the past, and not even their heavenly family will be able to save them. This time they’re on their own, as they face a fight that could lead them straight to Hell…and end the angel/warrior team forever.

Sunday, January 29, 2012

Listen to Amy's radio interview on The SOP

Click the play button to listen to Amy's interview on The SOP.

AwesomeSauce Book Club - Guest Post by Amy

At AwesomeSauce Book Club, Amy says about Until Next Time, "Would an angel/warrior ‘team’ be able to survive humanity, fight for them, and stay together all at the same time? The Angel Chronicles answers that question."

To read the entire guest post, click here.

Monday, January 23, 2012

Amy talks about...the next die-hard YA hero

As all readers and movie goers know right now – of any age, guys and gals – young adult books, television and movies are the end all and be all of entertainment. When you look back, it really was Mr. Potter with his owl sidekick and two best friends who turned the literary world upside down. In 1998, there certainly was no big ‘cry out’ in the world for a boy whose Aunt and Uncle loathed him enough to make him sleep in a cupboard underneath the stairs, but when you look back over a decade, you can certainly see that this one character WAS needed to offset a world that constantly talks about war, economic horrors, job deprivation, and other equally hideous subjects. We needed a hero! And we still need them.

Harry Potter was the ‘best of the best,’ and even though the last five or six years have gone from wizard to vampire, every reader can thank Ms. Rowling for opening the door to some of the richest, most delectable characters in fiction.

The end of the year lists are coming out – a totality of what 2011 brought to us all – and YA fiction is on the top of that list. The best heroes of all the books this year that sucked readers in and made them dream of the dark and mysterious; as well as the wounded ones needing a girl to understand them, or needing to save said girl so that their hearts could be full. (Although, no one has explained to this author quite yet why vampires would have such huge hearts considering they’re dead and their hearts don’t beat anymore.) BUT, that’s the world of fiction. Are Edward and Jacob classified as heroes. Well…seems that old Bella ended up doing a lot more than they did – but…it is what it is. (Although, you do have to give the chick props for pushing out that baby. Talk about a horrendous pregnancy, to say the least.)

But there are many others that have gone to the top of the heap. And today, we will look at them all. Some are coming to your screens – some may be coming to screens soon – and there is one, put out at the end of this year, that is quickly becoming the most talked about ‘new’ YA fiction on the market. And, boy, Raighne is one of the best heroes this YA novel lover has ever read about. And, frankly, Ian Somerhalder was born to bring this fantastic YA hero to the big screen.

This writer sat down with a group of young ladies and young men ranging in age from sixteen to twenty-one (but, trust me, there were Mom’s there as well who had input, seeing as that these YA titles are just as important to them). The conversation was beyond interesting, as they narrowed down their list to what they feel were the best heroes written A couple I’m sure you were ready for, but a couple, perhaps not. But above all, these are the characters that got to them. Without Edward, who didn’t materialize, there were a few other fanged ones for your enjoyment.

Michael Glass has a huge following. From the series, The Morganville Vampires, which is a HUGE series of YA novels written by Rachel Caine, the story concentrates on Claire Danvers and her housemates, who live in the vampire-controlled city of Morganville, Texas. Michael Glass, is a native of this ‘odd’ town. The owner of the Glass House, he is Shane Collins’ best friend and Eve Rosser’s boyfriend. When we began, Michael thought of Claire as a little sister when she arrived in town and joined the other three as their fourth roommate. Soon readers were a part of Michael’s mysterious disappearances during the day and learning that he had basically become a ghost – vanishing by day and corporeal at night. In this state, Michael could draw power from the house itself, but he couldn’t actually cannot leave the house to protect his friends. What to do? He became one of the fanged ones, and this tremendously responsible, mature and charming young boy captured many a female heart.

Hush, Hush, written by Becca Fitzpatrick is another that was talked about A LOT! Written from the perspective of Nora Grey, this young girl finds her life in danger when she becomes involved with Patch – a fallen angel with a dark connection to Nora. Her quest for answers lands her in turmoil after turmoil, finally leading her to the stunning revelation that Patch fell from Heaven and was meant to kill her, explaining why he was in her school to begin with. This is one of those heroes that is the heartthrob, yet he is often described as a boy scout and his kind and noble manner definitely makes readers swoon.

City of Bones was the first in The Mortal Instruments series written by Cassandra Clare. Set in New York, this series has received some considerable praise from all the major bestseller lists and literary magazines, and a big reason why is Jace Wayland. Jace is a Shadowhunter, orphaned at a young age by the murder of his father, who now lives with the Lightwoods and Hodge Starkweather at the Institute. He is said to be the best Shadowhunter his age, and is described as having golden hair, eyes, and skin, making him popular with girls. Yes, he is a bit arrogant, to say the least, but is a very kind and thoughtful person underneath. Clary Fray is the ultimate heroine in this set of novels, but Jace is the one who really gets hearts a-pumpin’.

This one may comes as a surprise to some, but during the meeting, The Underland Chronicles was still spoken about as having a hero that no one, as yet, has beaten. A five-part series of fantasy novels that were published between 2003 and 2007 by the ultimate writer – Suzanne Collins. The critical acclaim and awards were huge for Gregor, and this eleven-year-old hero became a true literary figure for girls and boys. With his two-year-old sister, Boots, Gregor appears in the Underland that offers giant spiders, rats, and cockroaches living in harmony with humans. Because a prophecy foretells it, Gregor’s arrival is treated as no accident. And when he learns his father’s disappearance has something to do with the Underland, Gregor reluctantly embarks on life-changing adventures. (If you haven’t read them – read them). This is really no surprise being as that this writer also went on to create the hugely popular Hunger Games series!

Ahh…those darn vampires. Dimitri Belikov came from the mind of Richelle Mead and her Vampire Academy series. Dimitri is known as a ‘Russian god’ to readers – dedicated, loyal, and a fierce warrior, this six-foot-seven hero is sent to Portland to bring Princess Lissa and Rose Hathaway back to St. Vladimir’s Academy. He is a twenty-four year old guardian, and with a slight Russian accent, he is also a lover of western novels, and a duster is most definitely part of his wardrobe. Although first being described as an anti-social god because of his preference for being alone, he captured females hearts and the film rights have been sold. It has even been rumored that Ben Barnes will take on the leading role, however, that is all still up in the air.

And the newest hero to come into our world? He comes from a place called Vaalbara, and the amazing locales and plot that author, Michelle Horst, has put together are blowing people’s minds out of the waterfall (so to speak). Beginning with a new student named Ryan coming to a school that is inhabited by a shy, sarcastic young girl named Aislinn, this particular hero speaks as if he’s from another time and place. It doesn’t take long for the readers to learn that Ryan is actually Raighne – a guardian sent to bring Aislinn (real name Alchera) back to her home of Vaalbara. Stepping through a waterfall is how Alchera finds herself back home and learns her destiny of having to retrieve the Ten Chosen Ones from Earth. The immortals on Vaalbara must train this long lost girl but for fans, the heartthrob Raighne by her side is what has readers riveted to the page

Raighne must deal with a lot when it comes to the woman he loves – even when she begins to find the ‘bad guy’ slightly charming. This, too, is a series that all YA readers are beginning to ‘attach’ themselves to, and with the slight rumor (and rumor only, people) that the author wants no one else besides Ian Somerhalder to head through that waterfall, fans are chomping at the bit to see this happen!

What’s up next, you ask? Readers are looking for those angels – and not just the fallen ones. What many people are hearing around the campfire is that Tribute Books is about to release a series in 2012 that will produce an angel/warrior team that all ages will love. A smoking romance, trials, tribulations, history, and plot twists that don’t follow anything that has been seen before. Want a hint? The Angel Chronicles (and, no, we’re not talking about Buffy’s beau). The first in the series is scheduled for February titled, Until Next Time, and there are many in the industry already calling this series a ‘fresh’ piece of YA fiction. Although the fanged ones are still beloved, the conversation amongst this group turned to discovering some real angels out there who simply want to fight for the rest of us. God knows…we all need them! Perhaps even Mr. Radcliffe can drop the wand and don the wings for this one.

So from a wizard who had to battle Voldemort comes fanged ones, an Overlander, a Shadowhunter, a stunning hero named Raighne who sparks the internal fires – and a world of angels that is about to commence. Old Mr. Potter did a darn fine job!

Until Next Time, Everybody.

Amy talks about...the balance of light and dark

Until Next Time is told through a balance of light and dark, showing the intelligence, creativeness, strength and ingenuity of young adults instead of simply leaning on teenage angst. Major well-known characters from saints to angels to warriors have parts in this story, and they speak to their two beloved students, Matt and Emily, in not only a powerful way, but they are also shown as humorous entities that know how to enjoy their free time.

Showing the "up above" world in a new light, the story is inoffensive to all, but the descriptions (i.e., doors that lead to everything from Entertainment Halls to Council Chambers) have readers wondering when the next "trip" up above is going to happen, so they can see more.

Romance, as with all YA's, is prevalent in the story, but this romance has a different focus than most. This is not a human vs. angelic world, nor is this a dreary drama about the tragedies of love. This is a world where an angel/warrior team learns and strives to find out what it means to be human; they attempt to understand why "free will" is called a gift, when everyone seems to be making the wrong choices with their hearts.

Along the way much is shown about why humans are having such trouble keeping faith in themselves and others in the world they live in. Everything is being shown as dark, dreary and painful - but there is another side that has yet to be explored. Yes, there are difficulties to be faced, but the world is breaking apart at the seams. This particular team is a breath of fresh air because, although they get caught up in the muck and mire of daily life, they still fight to keep what they know in their hearts to be true.

There is a balance of everything and there has to be for this world to survive. Human life offers the most confusion for the team and allows readers to partake in the thrills, chills, romance, adventure and a look at how life is negative. But they are also given a balance this time out - the light, love, faith and absolute fun that lies just a short trip away.

Teaches not preaches. This is not a preachy religious book, even considering some of the characters. The world up above is filled with fun, adventure and scenes that readers will not assume could even occur - but they'll be very glad they did.

There are significant relationships because everything from battle to wars to hungry people to "rich versus poor" to powerful individuals who think they can do anything without consequences, are faced. All areas of life are covered that are currently taking away our faith in ourselves and others, and causing depression and loneliness that we see everywhere.

Amy talks about...the bright side of the young adult genre

Unlike the throng of dystopian and vampiric YA's that lean towards the darker, more sarcastic side of life, these angels show young adults how to handle broken hearts and broken dreams - the growing pains that everyone goes through - by keeping their belief and faith in one another intact. History is blended with fun and entertainment, as well as scenes that teach teens about worth, and how to face struggles head on as you stand by the side of another - through each and every battle that takes place. Although there are religious overtones, this is not a "preachy" story; it appeals to all, and allows readers to take a look at the harshness of life while finding love.

Readers of YA fiction, inspirational fiction, historical fiction and romance, will be extremely happy to have a book about angels that's not based on darkness and fear. Although the love stories throughout have struggles and things to overcome, as all first loves do, the strength of the angel/warrior team and the entertaining moments with all their teachers (which will have readers laughing) shows the lighter side of life. Matt and Emily do not preach, and although issues of the heart are faced, these characters are not turned into the standard "Romeo and Juliet" tragedy. These characters are ones that readers can grab onto like friends, and follow their adventures through history as they chase their dreams and deal with human life.

Readership is highly varied with these books. YA's are a huge crowd that would love this type of angelic fiction for the powerful love story, but break away from the dark tragedies filling the marketplace. As we all can see, the market is slowly heading away from vampires and straight into the angelic world.

Readers of historicals will love the locales - with early 19th century Ireland being focused on in book one while in book two, the Golden Age of New York City is brought to life.

Inspirational readership is a focus of these novels because the thoughts, the "up above" moments where well-known archangels and saints provide laughter and a look at the "other side" that is filled with fun, family and friends, restores faith to masses of people that have lost theirs. Present-day news stories are hideous - from war to a broken economy to terrorism to novels that are focusing on everything from drugs to suicide. Emily, Matt and their circle of friends are all focused on adventure, strength, courage, love and restoring belief in something other than the "bad side" of life.


"Amy Lignor is a stunning writer. She can turn you into a believer within minutes. Her voice is powerful, and palpable, and makes you wish for more of her."
- Amy Ferris
author of Marrying George Clooney: Confessions of a Midlife Crisis and The Shame Prom

'Until Next Time' Excerpts

from Chapter Two
romantic teaser

Emily could never forget Matt. If nothing else, she would surely remember his cerulean blue eyes. They were the color of the thin line that separated the ocean from the sky. His gaze was that brilliant horizon that kept her steady so she never got lost in the wide majesty of the stars, or the treacherous depths of the ocean. Their souls were one, keeping each other on the right course, oblivious to the rest of the world.

from Chapter Four
paranormal teaser

Liz locked the door and staggered to the rocking chair. Her head throbbed. She knew it was coming. The tightness in her chest began, and the cold made her body numb in seconds. She could no longer feel the heat from the fireplace. It was as if she were leaving this world.

Feeling the last beat of a troubled heart, her human shell shut down, releasing the soul of an angel into the frightening night.

from Chapter Twenty-Three
inspirational teaser

"But I’m supposed to believe that this is the man who will save my soul? There’s no question about what’s right and wrong up here. Down there, it becomes messed up so fast that I’m afraid. I’m afraid that Matt and I will make all the wrong decisions, and live our lives trying to be God instead of working for God.”

Tears streamed down her cheeks and the walls of the magic room began to change into somber shades of gray. Her powerful feelings melted the sunny portraits on the walls replacing them with desolate scenes of stranded souls begging for the Good Samaritan who would never come.

from Chapter Thirty-One
overall theme teaser

Human life was so full of gifts. It provided such amazing feelings of elation and exasperation—often at the same time. She’d never understood why there was so much darkness and pain in humanity, but now she did. Every dream had its nightmare, just like every human had his or her mate. It was all about balance.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Young Adult bloggers weigh in on the UNTIL NEXT TIME cover reveal

"AHH!! I live for books like this one!! The cover is super cool, and the colors and texture are striking. This is one of Tribute Books first YA novels being published in the upcoming year and I am dieing to get my hands on it. From the sounds of the novel i think Tribute is very in touch with what readers want and I can not wait to see what Amy Lignor and Tribute Books has in store for us!!"
- Moonlight Book Reviews

"I love the cover on this one as well as the synopsis and just had to share. I will definitely be reviewing this one for you."
- Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer

"Until Next Time is really eerie. I love the feel of it."

UNTIL NEXT TIME Blog Tour Schedule - January 28 through April 30

If you have a blog and would like to join the Until Next Time blog tour for a book review, author interview or guest post, please email info@tribute-books.com to sign up.

For more information on Tribute Books Blog Tours, click here.


Saturday, January 28
AwesomeSauce Book Club (guest post)


Wednesday, February 1
Gina's Library

Friday, February 3
Moonlight Gleam's Bookshelf (guest post)
Herding Cats & Burning Soup (review)
There for You (interview)

Saturday, February 4
Five Alarm Book Reviews (guest post)

Sunday, February 5
Rainy Day Ramblings (review)

Monday, February 6
I Am A Reader, Not A Writer (interview & giveaway)
Rainy Day Ramblings (guest post & giveaway)
Tribute Books Mama (review)

Wednesday, February 8
Sandra's Blog (guest post)

Thursday, February 9
Tina Reviews (guest post)
Book Nook Club (review)
Feathered Quill Book Reviews (review)

Friday, February 10
Fiction Fascination
(guest post)
Ink Spots and Roses
(guest post)

Saturday, February 11
Bookingly Yours
(guest post)

Monday, February 13
What's on the Bookshelf
Pages From My Thoughts
(review & giveaway)
Ramblings of a Teenage Bookworm

Tuesday, February 14

Supernatural Snark
Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer (review)
We Do Write (interview)
A Diary of a Book Addict (review)
Judge Not by the Covers (spotlight)

Wednesday, February 15
Magic is in Words (guest post)

Thursday, February 16
Lost Amongst the Shelves (review)
Catching Books (interview)

Friday, February 17
Dawn's Reading Nook (review)
Book Lover Stop (review)

Saturday, February 18
Radiant Shadows (review)

Sunday, February 19
Christie's Book Reviews (review)

Monday, February 20
Simple Wyrdings (guest post)
Eve's Fan Garden (guest post)
Colorimetry (interview)
Goldilox and the Three Weres (guest post)

Tuesday, February 21
Offbeat Vagabond (guest post & giveaway)

Wednesday, February 22
YA Bound
(review & interview)
Poisoned Rationality
(guest post)

Thursday, February 23
Shadow Kisses
(review & guest post)

Friday, February 24

Market My Words (guest post)
Curse of the Bibliophile (review)
Book Bound (guest post)

Saturday, February 25
Realm of Fiction (review)

Sunday, February 26
vvb32reads (guest post & giveaway)

Monday, February 27
Good Choice Reading (review)
A Day in Doha (interview)
Red Adept Reviews (review)
The Daily Harrell (guest post)

Tuesday, February 28
The Fable Faerie (review)
Night Owl Reviews (review)

Wednesday, February 29
The BoOki3 (review)
Long and Short Reviews (interview)
All Consuming (guest post)
The Random Thoughts of Stephen Herfst (review)

MARCH 2012

Thursday, March 1
Novel d'Tales
A Pocket Full of Books (review)
simplyinfatuated (review)
Krazy Book Lady (review)
Downtown YA (guest post)

Friday, March 2
Singing and Reading in the Rain (review & guest post)
I Heart Books (review)
Crazed Mind (guest post)

Saturday, March 3
Waiting for Wentworth (review)

Sunday, March 4
Culture Shock (guest post)

Monday, March 5
The Electrical Book Cafe (guest post)
TToria (review)
Peace Love Books (spotlight)

Tuesday, March 6
Ricochet Reviews (interview)
Ex Libris (review)
Heidi Ruby Miller (interview)

Wednesday, March 7
Sherry Gloag - The Heart of Romance (guest post)
Reading and Writing Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance (review)
Little Library Muse (review)

Thursday, March 8
Literary Exploration (guest post)
Magnet 4 Books (guest post)
Rebecca-Books (interview)

Friday, March 9
Books in the Spotlight (guest post & giveaway)
Reading in the Mountains (review)

Saturday, March 10

Romancing the Book (guest post & giveaway)
Cupcake and a Latte (review)

Monday, March 12
Back to Books (review)
A Written Rhapsody (review)
Everything to Do with Books (guest post)

Tuesday, March 13
...the bookworm... (guest post)
Rea's Reading and Reviews (review)
Pavarti K. Tyler (guest post)

Wednesday, March 14
YA-aholic (review)

Thursday, March 15
Ottilie Weber
Novels on the Run (review)
Concert Katie (review)
Moonlight Book Reviews (review)
Ramblings of a Daydreamer (review)
21st Century Writer (guest post)
Christie's Book Reviews (interview & giveaway)

Friday, March 16
Reads with Reckless Abandon (review)
Write Panic Live (review)
So Many Precious Books, So Little Time (spotlight & giveaway)
Inspirational Christian Fiction (guest post)

Saturday, March 17
Synchronized Reading (review & interview)

Monday, March 19

SupaGurl Books (spotlight)
A Bookalicious Story (guest post & giveaway)
Hooked on Books (review)
Lori M. Lee (guest post)

Tuesday, March 20
We Fancy Books (guest post)
Claire Reads (guest post)

Wednesday, March 21
Stephanie Abbott's Blog (guest post)
Once Upon a Twilight (review)

Thursday, March 22
Seeing Night Reviews (review)
Mama Knows Books (guest post)

Friday, March 23
Reading Challenged (review)
Mornings Start with Em (review)
Artsy Musings of a Bibliophile (review)

Saturday, March 24
What's Beyond Forks? (review)
Minding Spot (review)
Bundles of Books 101 (guest post)

Sunday, March 25
Bookish (review)

Monday, March 26
Hopelessly Devoted Bibliophile (review)

Tuesday, March 27
The Midnight Book Thief (review)
Rampant Reads (review)

Wednesday, March 28
The Children's & Teens' Book Connection (interview)
The Story of a Writer (review)

Behind a Million and One Pages (review)

Thursday, March 29
Ellz Readz (spotlight)
Reading It All (review)

Friday, March 30
Young Adult Book Reviews (review)
YA Bookie Monster (interview)
Late Bloomer Online (review)
Nick's Book Blog (review)

Saturday, March 31
Kindred Dreamheart (review)
Sizzling Reads (spotlight)

APRIL 2012

Sunday, April 1
The Readiacs
Read Between the Lines (review)
Tiffany's Bookshelf (review)

Monday, April 2
Welcome to Sara's Organized Chaos (review)
Cece reading and writing safari (review)
Book Briefs (review)
Splash of Our Worlds (review)
Mandi's Paranormal Romance Blog (guest post)
Fiction Freak (interview)
Glass of Wine (angel event)

Tuesday, April 3
Readinista (review)
The Romance Bookie (review)

Sweet Southern Home (guest post)

Wednesday, April 4
Write Stuff (review)
Laura Pauling (guest post)
Night Owl Reviews (giveaway)

Thursday, April 5
Musings of a Bookworm (guest post)
Kate Policani (review)
JeanzBookReadNReview (interview)
Wicked Readings by Tawania (review)

Lissette E. Manning (review)

Friday, April 6
The Busy Bibliophile (interview)
The Magic Attic (guest post)
909 Reviews Never Lies (review)

Saturday, April 7
Close Encounters with the Night Kind (review)

Monday, April 9
All Things Books (spotlight)
The Sagacity Quest (review)
Wakela's World (review)
Sapphyria's Book Reviews (review)

Tuesday, April 10
Sarah Elizabeth's Bookshelf (review)
My Tower of Books (guest post)

Wednesday, April 11
Letters Inside Out (guest post)
Mom in Love with Fiction (review)
Read 2 Review (interview)
Books and Needlepoint (review)

Thursday, April 12
Fighter Writer (guest post)
Ms. Martin Teaches Media (review)
Write Spell (review)

Friday, April 13
Book Dilettante (guest post)
Celtic Lady's Reviews (interview)
The Bibliophilic Book Blog (review)
I Like These Books (guest post)
Adventures of Frugal Mom (review)

Saturday, April 14
Better Read Than Dead (review)

Sunday, April 15
Rather Barefoot Than Bookless (review)

Monday, April 16
Fictional Candy (review)
Lauren's Crammed Bookshelf (review)
Mother Gamer Writer (review)

Tuesday, April 17
Rose's Book Corner (review, interview & giveaway)
Ladybug Storytime (review)

Wednesday, April 18
Pretty in Fiction (review)
Bookworm Lisa (review)

Thursday, April 19
Nightly Reading (review)
Cocktails and Books (review)
Book Lovers Paradise (review)
Reader Girls (spotlight)

Friday, April 20

XpressoReads (guest post)
Book Breather (guest post)
Mr. Book Wonder (character interview)

Saturday, April 21
Literary R&R

Monday, April 23

Unabridged Bookshelf (review)
From the TBR Pile (review)
Creative Reads (review)

Tuesday, April 24
Great Minds Think Aloud (interview)
Paper Cuts YA (review)

Wednesday, April 25
Book Faery (guest post)
The Book Faery Reviews (review)
Kindle Fever (guest post)

LDS Women's Book Review  (review)

Earth's Book Nook (guest post)

Thursday, April 26
Book Lovin' Mamas (guest post)

Paranormal & Urban Fantasy Reviews and Goodies (guest post)

Friday, April 27
Hollow Readers (guest post)
Larkin's Book Bloggers (review)
The Reader's Antidote (review)

Saturday, April 28
The Wormhole (spotlight)

Sunday, April 29


Monday, April 30
The Calico Critic (review)
Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers (review)
Urban Fantasy Reviews (guest post)
Nats Book Nook (review)

Long and Short Reviews (guest post)

A Dream Within A Dream (review)