Tuesday’s Title, Lost Roses of Ganymede House by Constance Walker

A painting of a beautiful woman…the scent of summer roses…a magnificent home by the sea…and mortal danger
Lost Roses of Ganymede, gothic mystery, http://www.amazon.com/Roses-Ganymede-House-Constance-Walker-ebook/dp/B01CH1KSL0/
Title: Lost Roses of Ganymede House
Author: Constance Walker
 
Genre:  Gothic Mystery
Date of Release:  03-11-2016
Publisher:  Winter’s Eve Books

Buy Links: Amazon

Blurb: 

“There, Miss, that be Ganymede House in the distance,” says the driver of her carriage as newly impoverished Sarah Scott gets her first glimpse of the magnificent house in Yorkshire, England, where she will live as tutor for the two children of widower Oliver Grayson.  But, unknown to the young woman, she is about to venture into a bleak home where the children are silent, the master morose, the servants suspicious and the family history forbidding.

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How to not piss off a book blogger when requesting a review

Time… ours, that of reviewers and readers is important. It and a love of books is what helpsp us become a community. Respect and “thank you” also helps. The interview of Julie Valerie by Cinthia Ritchie is worth reading for both new and established authors.

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When my book Dolls Behaving Badly published a few years ago, I was a first-time author. I was so naive! I knew nothing about promotion or blogging or the importance of reviews. I assumed that the p…

Source: How to not piss off a book blogger when requesting a review

The interviewee is… me

I’m interviewed by Anna Markland. Stop by http://wp.me/p4mO2z-tE to see what I dished or ask a question. She’s a great hostess and the interview was fun.

Teaser: A four-footed guest who used to rule the household made a special appearance.

Till next time ~Helen