JOURNEY’S END Spotlight Blog Tour, Guest Post & Giveaway! ]Ends 9/30/17]
Adult Books , Mystery/Suspence / September 6, 2017

This sounds like an amazing story for Adult Reading! Be sure to enter the Gieaway at the end of this posting. Book Details: Book Title:  Journey’s End: Death, Dying and the End of Life  Authors:  Victoria Brewster & Julie Saeger Nierenberg Category:   Adult Non-Fiction; 558 pages Genre:  Resource/Educational Publisher:  Xlibris Release date:  July 20, 2017 Tour dates:  Sept 4 to 22, 2017 Content Rating:  PG-13 + M Book Description: In Journey’s End, we write about death, dying, and end of life issues. We attempt to define and describe these real-life circumstances, and we discuss ways to proactively deal with them. Multiple personal and professional perspectives provide valuable insights. What is dying like for dying persons, for loved ones, and for those who lend support in the process? Each experience will have unique qualities. Everyone dies in his own way, on his own schedule. While we explore the dying process, we make no assumptions about how any particular death will unfold. Grief and bereavement support, training tools, and educational resources are included. Buy the Book: Amazon  ~ Xlibris ~ Amazon.ca ~Barnes & Noble ~ Chapters.Indigo            Add to Goodreads GUEST POST: Did Your Dada Melt Like the…

White Water Black Death by Shaun Ebelthite Release Day Celebration!
Adult Books / September 6, 2017

We’re celebrating the release of  ‘White Water Black Death‘ by Shaun Ebelthite! Join us! White Water Black Death Thriller, Stand Alone Blurb: Magazine editor Geneva Jones has been sent on a trans-Atlantic cruise to help secure a major advertising agreement from the CEO of the cruise line Rachel Atkinson, but her efforts to win her over are curtailed by a mysterious crew death. Geneva suspects foul play. Rachel insists its suicide. A former investigative journalist, Geneva can’t resist digging deeper, but what she finds is far more devastating. There’s an Ebola outbreak on the ship, everyone is trapped aboard and Rachel is trying to keep it secret. Geneva knows enough about Ebola to be terrified, but she’s also onto the biggest story of her career. Rachel turns Geneva’s own colleagues against her when she tries to investigate, so she enlists the help of her son, Aaron Atkinson, whom Rachel adopted from Uganda seven years ago, when he was a teenager. Now an isolated and vaguely broken adult, he’s an easily manipulated source. At least that’s what Geneva thought. Off the coast of Bermuda, with the ship anchored in quarantine, Aaron makes a public announcement informing passengers of the outbreak. Panic…