Hello Book Nerds of Bloglandia!
If you caught my Mini-Episode/Quick Announcement last week you’ll know I’m taking a spring break holiday from The Book Owl Podcast during the month of April while I do a bit of nest fluffing (aka “trying to stay sane as I get everything in order for my next two book releases in April and May”).
But as is my way, the minute I cross one thing off my to-do list, I quickly add another.
Which, as I mentioned in the mini-episode, is why I got the crazy notion in my head to try out doing some book review videos.
Anyway, in this first quickie video (less than two minutes), I quickly explain what to expect with this madness…
And in this second video, it’s my premier video review!! No, no, hold your applause a moment, while I introduce it…
The review is for the amazingly hilarious paranormal mystery Gobbelino London and a Scourge of Pleasantries by Kim M. Watt. If you liked my book The Undead Mr. Tenpenny, you’re going to LOVE Gobbelino’s antics (and vice versa)!
Just give a clickity clack on the image below to watch me babbling about this wonderful tale…
As I say in that intro video, I’m not sure how regularly I’ll post these reviews. I’ve got a few books lined up that I’m eager to share with you, so there’ll definitely be more coming soon. Whether you like it or not!
Looking for More of the Same?
If like Mr. Tenpenny and Gobbelino London, you enjoy a little paranormal with your fantasies and/or your mysteries, please do have a browse around these book bundles I’ve been invited to join this month.
Remember, these bundles are a crucial part of my ability to get the word out about my books, but I can only be a part of the fun if folks like you check out these bundles.
You don’t have to buy a thing. Just browse a bit. it really does make a difference to me and all the authors involved. And who knows, you might just discover your next favorite story!
Thanks everyone! Just click the image for whichever bundles suit your fancy.
Happy book hunting…
99c and Free Fantasy and Paranormal Fiction (that pretty much says it all, right?):
Witchy Book Fair (paranormal and fantasy fiction with, you guessed it, witches and magic):
Paranormal Women’s Mysteries (mysteries in which the ladies are sleuthing out the clues):
April Fool’s Mysteries (cozies, thrillers, and more…these aren’t necessarily paranormal, but most of them look pretty darn intriguing!):