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New Release and Giveaway! SILENT ALTITUDES by Michael James Emberger

On Tour with Prism Book Tours Silent Altitudes By Michael James Emberger Christian Sci-Fi, Cli-Fi Paperback & ebook, 270 Pages March 30, 2021 by Ambassador International The world looks up to the sky in hopeful anticipation as the Pennychuck Atmospheric Carbon Reduction System comes online. Finally the chance to eliminate global warming will be obtainable. Within moments, something goes terribly wrong. Dr. Milford Pennychuck races to find the underlying problem that caused so much destruction. Yet when an assassination attempt and system sabotage blindsides him, he has to rely on a surprising ally. Together they delve into a conspiracy deeper than they…

Book Tour Grand Finale and Giveaway! SILVER MOON by Jenny Knipfer

On Tour with Prism Book Tours We hope you enjoyed the tour! If you missed any of the stops you’ll find snippets, as well as the link to each full post, below: Launch – Author Interview What inspired you to write SILVER MOON? Silver Moon is the third book in a four-part series and follows the story of the children of some of the characters in Blue Moon, about twenty years after Blue Moon leaves off. When I had finished Blue Moon, I knew I was going to write about Luis and Oshki, but I didn’t know how to start until…

New Release Review: COLORADO HOPE by Charlene Whitman (Front Range #2)

The second book in the Front Range series–out now! Title: Colorado Hope Author: Charlene Whitman Publisher: Ubiquitous Press Pages: 412 Genre: Sweet Western Historical Romance Format: Kindle 1875 ~ Beset by a sudden spring storm on the Front Range, newlywed Grace Cunningham watches in horror as her husband, Monty, is swept downriver. Pregnant and despairing, she stumbles into Fort Collins and tries to make a life for herself, praying that one day the man she loves will walk into town and back into her life. A year after Grace’s tragic loss, Monty enters the dress shop where she works—with a…

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