Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Deadly Business ~ Lone Star Book Blog Tours Book Trailer & Giveaway!


DEADLY BUSINESS
by Anita Dickason

Pages: 324 pages
Publication Date: July 4, 2021
Genre: Suspense / Thriller / Crime Thriller


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A Texas Multi-Billion Dollar Lure!

Following a tactical raid at an Oklahoma farm, a phone call sends U.S. Deputy Marshal Piper McKay rushing back to the East Texas cattle ranch where she grew up. Her grandmother, Jennie Layton, is near death from a crushed skull. When local authorities claim the cause of the injury was an accident, Piper isn’t convinced.

Who wants Jennie dead and why? Is the reason connected to a dubious contract Piper finds in Jennie’s desk?

Piper realizes her grandmother isn’t the only one in danger when she barely escapes a deadly attack. Thrust into the middle of a high-stakes, high-risk shell game, Piper’s become the target. The case takes a bizarre turn when Piper unknowingly crosses paths with a Special Ranger. If he can’t derail her investigation, it could cost him his life.

With millions of dollars on the line, nothing will stop a ring of cold-blooded killers, including the murders of a U.S. Marshal and a Special Ranger.


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About the Author

Anita Dickason

Award-winning Author Anita Dickason is a twenty-two veteran of the Dallas Police Department. She served as a patrol officer, undercover narcotics detective, advanced accident investigator, tactical officer, and first female sniper on the Dallas SWAT team. 

Anita writes about what she knows, cops and crime. Her police background provides an unending source of inspiration for her plots and characters. Many incidents and characters portrayed in her books are based on personal experience. For her, the characters are the fun part of writing as she never knows where they will take her. There is always something out of the ordinary in her stories. 

In Anita’s debut novel, Sentinels of the Night, she created an elite FBI Unit, the Trackers. Since then, she has added three more Tracker crime thrillers, Going Gone!, A u 7 9, and Operation Navajo. The novels are not a series and can be read in any order. 

As a Texas author, many of Anita’s books are based in Texas, or there is a link to Texas. When she stepped outside of the Tracker novels and wrote, Not Dead, she selected Meridian, a small community in central Texas for the location.


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Friday, July 16, 2021

Bon Voyage to Murder ~ Audio Book Blog Tour Review & Giveaway!

Book Details:
Author: C.S. McDonald
Narrator: Maren Swenson Waxenberg
Category:  YA Fiction, 198 pages
Run Time: 6 hours, 52 minutes
Genre:  Cozy Mystery
Publisher:  McWriter Books
Release date:  Nov 5, 2019

Content Rating:  G (The Fiona Quinn Mysteries are for everyone--adults love the books and they are appropriate for teens and tweens too!)

Hooray! Fiona has finally convinced her boyfriend detective Nathan Landry to go on a romantic Caribbean cruise. Unfortunately, their fun on the high seas is interrupted by murder. It isn’t long before they discover a boatload of suspects, who have motives deeper than the ocean for wanting the victim out of their lives.

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Book Review:

HALL WAYS REVIEW: Audio Book Review: Bon Voyage to Murder is the first Fiona Quinn mystery I have read, but it’s just one of a dozen or so in the series.  There are clearly some established relationships and statuses (for example, a ghost in Fiona’s house), but the author writes it all in so that the book can stand alone. The personalities of the characters pop from the page (or when reading with your ears, from the speakers), and author C.S. McDonald gives enough information early so we know the personality types, too.

For those listening to the audio, I recommend having pen and paper handy because readers are thrown a ton of characters very quickly. It’s a lot to keep up with, especially for readers new to the series, like me. There were two characters, Julia the librarian and her husband, Rob, that really didn’t need to be in the story at all, so my guess is that perhaps they are regulars in the other books. (And the librarian in me might have had my hackles raised a few times with the librarian stereotyping, especially given it was coming from a kindergarten teacher, who would know what that’s like.) But what the cascade of characters does do is allows readers to understand that both Fiona and her detective boyfriend Nathan are keen observers. So we know there won’t be a lot that gets past them.

Where McDonald shines (just like in her Owl’s NestMysteries), is in her descriptions of people, warts and all. Bon Voyage to Murder is full of characters who are quirky and crusty,  fun and feisty, stiff and loosey-goosey. It’s very easy to visualize them all and feel like a fly on the wall to all of the goings-on. The setting on the cruise ship was perfect because the pacing of the story paralleled the journey, and as the cruise was coming to an end, the resolution was tying up, too -- just like an episode from the Love Boat, but with less love and more violence!

Speaking of love, my guess is that in the prior eight or so books, there’s been plenty of romance and sparks between Fiona and Nathan. In Bon Voyage to Murder, we see a little hint of Nathan’s playful side, and we hear Fiona’s adoration of Nathan in her thoughts, but there’s not much to show their attraction to each other, and this made one aspect of the plot a bit tedious for me because it lacked build-up. (To be fair, it will likely be thrilling for series fans who know this couple well.)  

Running in the background of the main murder mystery is a subplot, set back on land, and it includes a separate plethora of characters including Fiona’s brother, an eclectic/eccentric group of her brother’s friends, Fiona’s ghostly grandmother, all-too-living parents, all-too-missing dog, a mystic, and general shenanigans that provide some chaos and lots of comic relief from the seriousness of murderous intentions on the sea. There are a few things that happened that didn’t make sense, but it’s enough fun that readers won’t dwell on it.

ABOUT THE NARRATION: Maren Swenson Waxenberg does a great job of differentiating between the character voices, and her pacing was perfect, which allowed me to listen at regular speed – a rarity. It was in the voicing of the secondary characters that Waxenberg’s performance really complemented McDonald’s text and brought those characters to life. But I couldn’t ever get used to the voice of Fiona. She seemed annoying, and I don’t think that’s an accurate depiction of the character. I think I need to read earlier books with my eyes so I can get a good grip on Fiona’s personality.  

In Bon Voyage to Murder, there is plenty of action and story to keep any cozy mystery reader interested and entertained.  Based on jumping in late in a well-established series, my recommendation (that I’m going to take by checking out Murder on Pointe, book one of the Fiona Quinn Mysteries) is to start at the beginning and read with your eyes if you want to absorb the finer mystery details and really get to know the characters. Or, if you just like to listen to a fun story, then go with the audio. Win-win! 

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Also for Your Listening Pleasure, Enjoy These Cozy Mysteries:

Book Details:
Category:  YA Fiction, 184 pages
Run Time: 5 hours

Genre:  Cozy Mystery
Publisher:  McWriter Books
Release date:  May 19, 2020
Content Rating:  G (The Fiona Quinn Mysteries are for everyone--adults love the books and they are appropriate for teens and tweens too!)

Mysterious notes are showing up in Fiona’s kindergarten classroom, claiming a suicide from 2005 was actually a homicide. Detective Landry maintains the messages are too vague, possess no integrity, and do not warrant a review of the old case.

Fiona’s not convinced. She’s determined to find the author of the enigmatic notes and uncover the truth about a man who had many secrets and countless enemies, including Fiona’s mother and former suspect Nancy Quinn!
Can Fiona crack this cold case, and what will it take to get Detective Landry involved? Don’t miss taking notes on this murder!

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Book Details:
Book Title:  Maxed Out (The Owl's Nest Mysteries) 
Author:  C.S. McDonald
Genre:  Adult Fiction, 184 pages
Category:  Cozy Mystery
Publisher:  McWriter Books
Release date:  April 2021
Content Rating:  G. C.S. McDonald's books are appropriate for YA readers as well as adults--no bad language or sexual content.

Book Description:

The Owl’s Nest Couturier Shoppe is a huge success! Business is booming and Alexa Owl’s love life is heating up. Yet much to the seamstress’s dismay, Detective Bobby Starr is suddenly back again! Bobby isn’t your everyday gumshoe. Rather, he’s an angel who’s trying to earn a place in Saint Peter’s Guardian Angel Squad. He’s required to solve murders he had left unsettled from when he walked the earth in order to be accepted into this prestigious group. Of course, they will need to return to the time period in which the murder took place, and again, Alexa is a reluctant time traveler. Oh, and there’s one more little problem—this time, Bobby’s brought along a friend, Maxi Krogen, and she’s no angel!

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For twenty-six years C.S. McDonald’s life whirled around a song and a dance. Classically trained at Pittsburgh Ballet Theater School, The Pittsburgh Dance Alloy, and many others, she became a professional dancer and choreographer. In 2011 she retired from her dance career to write. Under her real name, Cindy McDonald, she writes murder-suspense and romantic suspense novels. In 2014 she added the pen name, C.S. McDonald, to write children’s books for her grandchildren. In 2016 she added the Fiona Quinn Mysteries. Presently, the Fiona Quinn Mysteries has nine books.

Cindy’s newest venture is The Owl’s Nest Mysteries. Once again, she has set her cozy mystery in Pittsburgh. The Owl’s Next Mysteries has a little grit, a little time travel, a little romance, and a whole lot of cozy!

Cindy resides on her Thoroughbred farm known as Fly by Night Stables near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with her husband, Bill, and her poorly behaved Cocker Spaniel, Allister.

Connect with the author:  Website  ~  Twitter  ~  Facebook
 

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June 21 – Cover Lover Book Review – book review of Maxed Out / giveaway
June 21 - Working Mommy Journal – book review of Maxed Out / giveaway
June 21 - Locks, Hooks and Books - audiobook review of Bon Voyage to Murder / giveaway
June 22 – Rockin' Book Reviews – book review of Maxed Out / giveaway
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June 22 - Book Corner News and Reviews – book review of Maxed Out / giveaway
June 22 - Rajiv's Reviews – book review of Bon Voyage to Murder / giveaway
June 23 – Splashes of Joy – book review of Maxed Out / giveaway
June 23 - Book Corner News and Reviews – book review of Bon Voyage to Murder / giveaway
June 23 - Working Mommy Journal – book review of Bon Voyage to Murder / giveaway
June 23 - Rajiv's Reviews – book review of Taking Notes on Murder / giveaway
June 24 - Buried Under Books - book review of Maxed Out / giveaway
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June 24 - Locks, Hooks and Books - audiobook review of Taking Notes on Murder / giveaway
June 24 - Book Corner News and Reviews – book review of Taking Notes on Murder / giveaway
June 24 – Working Mommy Journal – book review of Taking Notes on Murder / giveaway
June 25 - StoreyBook Reviews – book review of Maxed Out / giveaway
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June 25 – Rockin' Book Reviews – audiobook review of Bon Voyage to Murder / giveaway
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June 29 – Rockin' Book Reviews – audiobook review of Taking Notes on Murder / giveaway
June 29 – Westveil Publishing – audiobook review of Bon Voyage to Murder / giveaway
June 30 – Splashes of Joy – audiobook review of Bon Voyage to Murder / giveaway
June 30 - Blooming with Books – audiobook review of Taking Notes on Murder / giveaway
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July 2 - I Read What You Write – book review of Taking Notes on Murder / giveaway
July 5 - Cover Lover Book Review – audiobook review of Taking Notes on Murder / giveaway
July 5 - Books Lattes & Tiaras – book review of Bon Voyage to Murder
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July 6 - Buried Under Books - audiobook review of Bon Voyage to Murder / giveaway
July 6 – Bound 4 Escape – audiobook review of Bon Voyage to Murder / giveaway
July 6 - Literary Flits - book review of Taking Notes on Murder / giveaway
July 7 - I Read What You Write – book review of Maxed Out / giveaway
July 7 - Cheryl's Book Nook – book review of Maxed Out / giveaway
July 7 - @twilight_reader – book review of Bon Voyage to Murder
July 7 – Bound 4 Escape – audiobook review of Taking Notes on Murder / giveaway
July 8 – Bigreadersite – book review of Maxed Out
July 8 - Laura's Interests – book review of Maxed Out / giveaway
July 8 - Books for Books - audiobook review of Bon Voyage to Murder
July 8 - @twilight_reader – book review of Taking Notes on Murder
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July 9 - Westveil Publishing – book review of Maxed Out / giveaway
July 9 - @twilight_reader – book review of Maxed Out
July 9 - Books for Books - audiobook review of Taking Notes on Murder
July 12 - Chit Chat with Charity – book review of Maxed Out / giveaway
July 12 – Bigreadersite – audiobook review of Bon Voyage to Murder
July 12 - Buried Under Books - audiobook review of Taking Notes on Murder / giveaway
July 12 - Books Lattes & Tiaras – book review of Taking Notes on Murder
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July 14 – Splashes of Joy – audiobook review of Taking Notes on Murder / giveaway
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July 15 - Laura's Interests – audiobook review of Taking Notes on Murder / giveaway
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Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Inclined Elders ~ Lone Star Book Blog Tours Review & Giveaway!


INCLINED ELDERS

BY RAMONA OLIVER

Publisher: BookBaby
Publication Date: July 24, 2020 
Pages: 246 Pages
Categories: Nonfiction / Positive Aging


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THIS BOOK WILL BE INVALUABLE IF YOU: 

·     Have a desire to continue living a purposeful life, no matter what your age. 

·     Are interested in learning how to maintain a positive attitude from adulthood to elderhood. 

·    Want to learn how to create a living legacy and serve as a role model for future generations. 

 

WHY EMBRACE AN ATTITUDE OF INCLINE? 

For the first time in history we are not only living longer, everyone has an important choice to make: commit to a meaningful, purposeful life of "Incline" as we get older or believe that a new stage – one of steady "decline" – is inevitable. What is not helping is that in the media and society in general there continues the somewhat negative connotation surrounding the concept of aging. And while, at least not now, we cannot do anything about the chronological process of becoming 60, 70, 80 years and beyond, we can change the mindset for it. Embracing change and looking at life with a keener sense of curiosity will lead to living with increased courage to live life to its fullest. 

 

Inclined Elders is a call to action for you to opt for Incline. Not only for your personal fulfillment, but also to help fuel a social "legacy" that increases the number of positive older role models in everyday life. I have written this book to inspire, inform, and challenge you. By the time you reach the last page, I hope you will have made a new choice: to become an inspiring example of a life of Incline so our society relinquishes – once and for all – the notion that aging is synonymous with "decline," "decrepit," "senile," and "over-the-hill." 

 

In this book over 50 men and women ranging in age from 40 to 100 share their tips and techniques on how to live a life of Incline. Their strategies are supported by scientific evidence from the fields of Positive Psychology, Anthropology, and Sociology. 

 

WHO ARE INCLINED ELDERS? 

We are the women and men who have made a conscious choice to ignore society's negative mindset of "decline" and "over-the-hill" as we age. Instead we embrace a positive mindset of continuing to Incline and climb ever upwards. 

 

Serving as vibrant role models, the Inclined Elders I spoke to for this book are leaving their own unique legacies of wisdom and inspiration for future generations. There needs to be more of us like them to effect real social change. So why not Incline too? There's an amazing view from up here. Come with us and see for yourself. 

 

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HALL WAYS REVIEW: What a breath of fresh air it is to read Ramona Oliver’s uplifting (see what I did there?) Inclined Elders. The stories within its covers are each inspirational reminders that there’s a whole lotta life worth living no matter how many birthday candles are on your cake. If I am allowed one word to encompass how I feel leaving this book, it’s “enlightened.” (Okay, I need three words: enlightened, empowered, validated.)

“If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is thank you, that will be enough.” – Meister Eckhart, 13th Century Theologian

While the above quote isn’t the author’s, it’s the first time I’ve read it, and it’s one I started really taking to heart about five years ago, after a particularly good Sunday sermon from my pastor. (And the selection of quotes Oliver sprinkles throughout the book is just one of the things I loved.) In Inclined Elders, there are many themes that repeat through the stories of people who choose to live a life of Inclining, but the one that speaks to me the most is living each day with gratitude. Even in the worst of times, the people in Oliver’s book focused on being thankful – and what catches the reader’s attention is how, whether it is a natural or medical or personal disaster being faced, these people don’t have to dig deep to find their appreciation for the good in their lives. When being thankful is a part of every day, it is life changing. (Enlightenment!)

“A goal without a plan is just a wish.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupery, Author

Choosing to live a life of Incline isn’t all about attitude; it requires a plan. (Empowerment!) At its simplest, the plan requires nothing more than this: keep moving. Key to Inclining, not declining, is daily stimulating activity for both brain and body. For some, this is natural, but for many, this is a huge adjustment, both physically and mentally. And I know all too well that some just aren’t willing to make the effort. (More on that below.) Oliver shines the spotlight on the messages we are fed about aging and calls BS on them all. (Starting with the myth of biologically induced midlife crisis right up through those so-called golden Years defined by sitting in an easy chair.) We all have choices, and reading Inclined Elders made me realize that even though I’m nearly 54, I chose a while ago to live a life of Inclining. (Validation!) I have reinvented myself at the past several decade marks – switching majors at 20, changing careers at 30, getting my master’s at 40, becoming a small business owner at 50 – and I had models in my maternal grandmother and in my mother to continue learning, stay curious, and most importantly – keep the body in motion.

“Old age is hell.” – Nana (my maternal grandmother)

Nana was a force of nature, and after age 80 or so, this was her mantra. She lived to 94, spry and sassy, and let me tell ya, she gave it right back to the devil every day until her last day (and then I am certain she blew raspberries at him as she ascended). There aren’t guarantees, of course. Being thankful, having a plan to Incline, and taking brisk walks every day doesn’t mean you’ll see your nineties and beyond. In my own life, I know all too well that there are cruel twists (I could easily list a dozen right now.) My mother, who was active and clever and grateful and happy (and truly a light in the world) was struck by Pick’s Disease and died five years later. She was 74. My father, who is also grateful, sharp as a tack, and quite happy, hasn’t been active since his 30s, and can’t really walk any more because he’s chosen, literally, to recline, is 87. By choice, he lives in a lift chair and rarely leaves the house. At his annual exam each year, the doctor tells him he really ought to do something, but with zero health issues, and genes that would indicate he’ll live into his mid-nineties, Dad just asks, “Why?” He is happy with his choice to sit and watch life from his chair, and he’s grateful that he has the financial means to get the care he needs and has family members who are willing to come to him for visits. To each his own, I suppose. But again, it circles back to choices: we all have a choice about how we want to think and act as we age. 

For those readers looking for a real guide and do-able steps to adjust their paths to be more Inclining, Inclined Elders is that book. The book is well-organized into sections that first inspire, then instruct, then offer opportunities for reflection and action. Plus, Oliver cross-references chapters and directs readers to the incredible resource pages at the end of the book – and the resource pages direct readers back to the chapters. Excellent. She has done her research, and the reader benefits from it because her research not only supports the assertions she makes, but she also provides the sources in an extensive notes section for readers’ further investigation, if desired.

Upon finishing my first reading of Inclined Elders, I have several takeaways. To begin, I say “first reading” because this is a resource to be revisited, as life throws its inevitable roadblocks. (I’m checking out the “Mindfulness Solutions” in the next day or two. Enlightenment!) Secondly, I have shifted my thinking to be about what I’m modeling to my kids and grandchildren. (Okay, I only have ONE grandbaby so far, but surely with five kids, there will be more). With Ramona Oliver’s help, I’ve realized that I’m still a work in progress, and I understand that as a person choosing a life of Inclining, that’s as it should be. (Empowerment!)  Finally, though 99% of the time I feel like a hot mess, Inclined Elders showed me that I am what I am, but I’m also doing a great job Inclining as I approach my mid-fifties. Validation!

I highly recommend Inclined Elders to readers primarily ages 40 and up. It’s a quick read, it’s inspiring, and it teaches a mindset for all to embrace. 


Ramona Oliver has long been a passionate educator with former roles as a human resource manager/director, career coach, and director of outreach for St. Edward’s University. As a human resource director for many years, she championed the professional development of employees. While serving as president of the Austin Human Resource Management Association, she led a team that designed, developed, and implemented an award-wining leadership program. In addition, she launched a workforce readiness committee that partnered with community organizations to implement workforce readiness initiatives. At St. Edward's University, she promoted lifelong learning and the adult undergraduate and graduate programs to older adults in the Austin community. 

Ramona currently serves as an advocate of positive aging. Rather than accepting a mindset of decline, she is passionate about living life with an attitude of Incline. Ramona has been published on the Changing Aging website, offering posts with titles such as "Can We Please Stop Calling It Aging," "What Are We Missing When We Settle for Life Stages?" and "Leave a Legacy and Live It Now!"  

Ramona is a recipient of a Book Excellence Award for her current book, INCLINED ELDERS: How to rebrand aging for self and society. It has been recognized for high-quality writing style, book design, and overall marketing appeal. 

She earned her Master of Business Administration from St. Edward's University. Ramona lives in Austin, Texas where she enjoys practicing yoga, Pilates, Tai Chi, and Nia and participating in various community groups. 

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