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We're hitting the cyber road for a blog tour thanks to the Great Escapes Virtual Book Tours. Please click a link to see the reviews, the spotlights, the interviews, and the insights via author and character blog posts!

August 18 – Novels Alive 

August 18 – My Journey Back the Journey Back 

August 19 – Ascroft, eh? 

August 19 – Maureen's Musings 

August 20 – Brooke Blogs 

August 21 – My Reading Journeys 

August 21 – MJB Reviewers 

August 22 – Sneaky the Library Cat's Blog 

August 22 – FUONLYKNEW 

August 23 – Author Elena Taylor's Blog 

August 24 – Christy's Cozy Corners 

August 24 – Sapphyria's Book Reviews 

August 25 – Reading Is My SuperPower 

August 25 – Cassidy's Bookshelves 

August 26 – Literary Gold 

August 26 – I Read What You Write 

August 27 – Diane Reviews Books 

August 27 – Celticlady's Reviews 

August 28 – Laura's Interests 

August 28 – Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book 

August 29 – BookishKelly2020 


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