Archive for the Book-Blog Tours Category

I Came: Gilraen and the Prophecy

Tony Richardson, a world champion video gamer, volunteers to beta test a ‘new, fully immersive experience.’ Instead, he finds he has been transported to an alien world. He is in the court of Prince William.

Polymath Private Investigator Dendi N.G

Dendi Nathanael Gondokusumo was a former BIN member. He resigned from his job to find a culprit who killed his ex-gf. BIN is Badan Intelijen Negara, it is an Indonesian CIA. His ex was a former police officer who was killed cruelly by an unidentified villain.

Thank You Grandma

There’s nothing like love from a grandmother. This relatable story depicts a clear bond that transcends generations. Thank You Grandma celebrates and highlights the special bond shared between children and their grandmothers while encouraging family connections, through reading.

The Archer’s Diary

Since the 14th century, Robin Hood has proven to be one of the most enduring and versatile folk heroes. Medieval historians believed Robin lived during the 12th or 13th centuries, but despite decades of intense research by contemporary scholars, solid evidence has never been found.

My Name is Mocha

My name is Mocha. I am a Jersey dairy cow. I live on a farm called ‘de Good Life Farm’. That is a good name for the farm, because I have a good life. This is my story.

Ascension Of A King: Conqueror

She would always tell me… nothing great was ever achieved by staying within limits.Graduating college meant moving on to a new part of your life, getting a job, buying a house, and maybe even starting a family.

Grief and Self-Care

Grief and Self-Care provides you with a guiding light through your darkest days. It will help you navigate through every step of your grieving process and provide you with the necessary activities to keep you afloat when you need it most.

BULLY PROOF YOURSELF

There are no coincidences In this amazing Universe. Unfortunately there will be many more little boys (and girls) finding themselves in this position while we keep looking at bullying in antiquated ways.
We simply can’t ‘fight’ bullying.