The Sunday Post – June 28th

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated Reviewer.

If you missed stacking the shelves this week, check out a selection of our new reads!

A weekly wrap up of last week’s posts!

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Friday

DAY OFF

Saturday

DAY OFF

Sunday

Monday: Review: When Jackals Storm the Walls by Bradley B. Beaulieu

Tuesday: Nightmasters Book Blitz with RABT Tours!

Wednesday: Blog Tour w/ Lone Star Book Blog Tours – Gates of Mars by

Thursday: Review: Deadheading by Paul Cristo

Friday: TBD

Saturday: New Review: Shielded by KayLynn Flanders

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The Sunday Post #3 – June 7th

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated Reviewer.

If you missed stacking the shelves this week, check out a selection of our new reads!

A weekly wrap up of last week’s posts!

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday: Blog Tour w/Love Books Tours: Don’t Blink by Vanessa Robertson and The Sunday Post

Monday: Blog Tour w/Love Books Tours: Festival Fireworks by Ann Burnett

Tuesday: New Review: The Shadow Wand by Laurie Forest and Another Top 10 Tuesday!

Wednesday: Blog Tour w/Storyteller’s On Tour: A King’s Bargain by J. D. L. Rosell and Can’t Wait Wednesday!

Thursday: New Review: The Winged Lion by Patrick D. Carlson

Friday: New Review: The Mermaid, the Witch, and the Sea by Maggie Tokuda-Hall and F is For Friday!

Saturday: New Review: Sisters of Sword and Song by Rebecca Ross and Stacking the Shelves!

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The Sunday Post #2 – May 31st

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated Reviewer.

If you missed stacking the shelves this week, check out a selection of our new reads!

A weekly wrap up of last week’s posts!

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday: New Review: A Song of Wraiths and Ruin by Roseanne A. Brown and The Sunday Post

Monday: New Review: The Mermaid, The Witch, and the Sea by Maggie Tokuda-Hall

Tuesday: New Review: #VeryFat #VeryBrave by Nicole Byer and Another Top 10 Tuesday!

Wednesday: New Review: Shades of Magic: The Steel Prince: Night of Knives by V. E. Schwab and Can’t Wait Wednesday!

Thursday: New Review: The Winged Lion by Patrick D. Carlson

Friday: F is For Friday!

Saturday: New Review: The Circus Rose by Betsey Cornwell and Stacking the Shelves!

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The Sunday Post – May 24th

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated Reviewer.

If you missed stacking the shelves this week, check out a selection of our new reads!

A weekly wrap up of last week’s posts!

Monday

Monday Spotlight: New Release in YA Fiction – The Obsidian Tower by Melissa Caruso

Welcome to the first Monday Spolight on Book Bustle! This will be a weekly post highlighting a new release in a rotating genre! Today, we’ve got The Obsidian Tower by Melissa Caruso, out on June 2nd! Check out our review on Book Bustle here: Review – The Obsidian Tower The Obsidian TowerMelissa CarusoPublication date: June … Continue reading “Monday Spotlight: New Release in YA Fiction – The Obsidian Tower by Melissa Caruso”

Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday – 10 Reasons Why I Love #Vicious and #Vengeful by V. E. Schwab

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Each week a new theme is suggested for bloggers to share their thoughts on book stuff! This week’s theme is Reasons Why I Love (insert your favorite book title, genre, author, etc. here). -1- THE COVERS These covers … Continue reading “Top Ten Tuesday – 10 Reasons Why I Love #Vicious and #Vengeful by V. E. Schwab”

Wednesday

Book Blitz – The Strange Book of Jacob Boyce by Tom Gillespie @tom_gillespie @lovebooksgroup

The Strange Book of Jacob BoyceTom GillespiePublication date: July 21st, 2020Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Psychological Thriller, Mystery A spiralling obsession. A missing wife.</br A terrifying secret. Will he find her before it’s too late? When Dr Jacob Boyce’s wife goes missing, the police put it down to a simple marital dispute. Jacob, however, fears something darker. … Continue reading “Book Blitz – The Strange Book of Jacob Boyce by Tom Gillespie @tom_gillespie @lovebooksgroup”

Can’t Wait Wednesday – I Can’t Wait For…Fable by Adrienne Young #CWW

Can’t-Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted at Wishful Endings, to spotlight and discuss the books we’re excited about that we have yet to read. It’s based on Waiting on Wednesday, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine. These are normally books that have not come out yet! Welcome to Can’t Wait Wednesday at Book Bustle! This is … Continue reading “Can’t Wait Wednesday – I Can’t Wait For…Fable by Adrienne Young #CWW”

Thursday

Book Tour – Tomb of the Gods by Brian Moreland – Review #flametreepress #RandomThingsTours

Welcome!  This is my stop on the Tomb of the Gods blog tour with Random Things Tours!  So glad you are here!  Tomb of the GodsBrian MorelandPublication date: May 21st, 2020Genres: Adult, Historical Fiction, Horror Deep inside the tomb exists a hidden world of wonder and terror. In 1935, British archaeologists vanished inside an Egyptian … Continue reading “Book Tour – Tomb of the Gods by Brian Moreland – Review #flametreepress #RandomThingsTours”

Friday

Saturday

Monday: Xpresso Tours Book Blitz for Elephant by Natalie Rodriguez and a quick Monday Spotlight for a new release!

Tuesday: My review of Again Again by E. Lockhart and Another Top 10 Tuesday!

Wednesday: My stop on The Outlanw’s Daughter book tour with Lone Star Book Blog Tours and a Can’t Wait Wednesday!

Thursday: The Match Disaster book blitz with RABT Book Tours!

Friday: My review of The Called Shot by Thomas Wolf and an F is For Friday!

Saturday: My review of A Song of Wraiths and Ruin and another Stacking the Shelves!

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Book Blitz: The Name of Red by Beena Khan

The Name of Red
Beena Khan
Publication date: May 15th 2020
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Literary Fiction, Romance

Two strangers on the same path.
Survivors. Companions.
They will be each other’s salvation.

On a rainy, winter night, a mysterious woman in a red dress seeking shelter comes inside the restaurant Kabir was busy working in —primarily the bar— and night after night, drink after drink, she comes back to the same spot. That is where he sees her for the first time.

Hundreds of patrons around her try to speak with her daily, but she dismisses them. It appears she wants to remain in a blissful peace alone with her booze and books. After seeing the mysterious woman reading a book, and because of his shy nature, Kabir gains entrance into her life by anonymously leaving books with notes for her.

The Name of Red is the story of two strangers, two different personalities who meet on a winter, rainy night who challenge each other. They have a connection which blossoms into a friendship due to their fondness of books. But they both have secrets that can bind them together or threaten their newfound relationship forever.

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EXCERPT:

The restaurant Ferdaus was filled with a buzzing crowd.

The smoke around the people twisted and formed curls, illuminated under the bar lights. The atmosphere was a hazy cloud, lingering against their clothes. Several people came in seeking shelter from the pouring rain outside. The customers of the restaurant turned to look at the entrance door- bell jingling. They glanced at the large crowd coming as the glass door was pulled open, and they watched as someone newstepped in behind them.

The woman walked into the bar for the first time in the winter rain.

She didn’t have an umbrella on her; her little sleeveless dress ended at her ankles, fully drenched. Her wet dress clung to her body, showcasing the outlines of her curves. In one hand, she was carrying the skirt of her dress. Suddenly, she let it go, and her long, bare arms moved upwards as she tried to fix her damp hair which had darkened in intensity due to the rain. It fell past her shoulders, the strands sticking to her face. She attempted to comb through the tangles with her fingertips.

The men watched her movements hungrily, their eager faces drawn to her and at the sight of someone new. Their eyes trailed from her face, to her wet body, then back to the movements of her hands entwined in her hair. Under her arm, she carried a book and a trench coat. It appeared strange she wasn’t wearing the coat when it was pouring outside and freezing in the middle of November. Men were left mesmerized by her, and she turned heads as she walked by. Something radiated from within her, drawing the men around her in.

The women who were with some of these men noticed their gaze on the unfamiliar woman. Now they stared at her with jealousy and anger.

Who is she? they wondered.

Author Bio:

Beena Khan lives in a suburb in Queens, New York in her apartment. She’s’s a Literary Fiction Novelist and Poetess. She is 27 years old and from Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. She’s an immigrant who moved to New York when she was five years old. She currently holds a Masters Degree in Developmental Psychology from Cuny School of Professional Sciences. She enjoys reading, writing, and netflixing.

The Name of Red is her debut novel.

Her website is http://www.beenakhan.com.

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