Dr. Marsha and the Case of the Missing Hot Dogs and Marshmallow Tour/Giveaway


Join Us for this Tour:  November 15 to December 6
Book Details:

Book Title Dr. Marsha and the Case of the Missing Hot Dogs and Marshmallows by
Rachel B. Wellner

Category:  Children’s Fiction (Ages 3-7), 42 pages
Genre: Educational Fiction
Publisher: Richter Publishing
Release Date: May 2021
Formats Available for Review: print- Softback (internationally), e-book (EPUB)
Tour dates: November 15 to December 6
Content Rating:  G – (No Profanity, no nudity, no sexual content, no adult themes)

Book Description:

Doctor Marsha is a series created to entertain children at the preschool through grade school level relying on educational content. The main character, Marsha, will introduce kids to exciting challenges in basic health education as the series explores the world, vanquishing health problems. It is my hope that the characters will stimulate young minds by introducing them to a positive, professional figure that embodies the spirit of cultural competence, creativity, and adventure.

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Meet the Author:

Dr. Rachel Wellner is a board-certified general surgeon and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, most recently the Assistant Professor of surgery at the Monteflore-Einstein Center for Care. She has also been Director of Breast Services at NYEE/Continuum Cancer Center, Pascal Valley Hospital, and Palisades General Hospital. Dr. Wellner graduated Magna Cum Lauda and Phi Betta Kappa from Dartmouth College, earned her medical degree from the University of Connecticut and her Master’s degree in Public Health from Columbia University. She pursued her surgical training at The Mount Sinai School of Medicine and worked to establish a clinical rotation in an underserved region of The Dominican Republic. She completed Society of Surgical Oncology-accredited breast oncology fellowship at the John Wayne Cancer Institute in Santa Monica, California. She has been featured as a guest expert on several local and national news networks, including WPLX 11, Fox and Friends, and CNN.

Connect with the Author: Website ~ Facebook 
Tour Schedule:

Nov 15 – Cover Lover Book Review – book spotlight / giveaway
Nov 15 – Gina Rae Mitchell – book review / guest post /giveaway
Nov 15 – Splashes of Joy – book review /guest post /giveaway
Nov 15 – Rockin’ Book Reviews – book review / giveaway
Nov 16 – Locks, Hooks and Books – book review / giveaway
Nov 17 – The Page Ladies – book review
Nov 18 – icefairy’s Treasure Chest – book review / giveaway
Nov 18 – Bound 4 Escape – book review / giveaway
Nov 19 – Kam’s Place – book review
Nov 19 – Fantastic feathers – book review / giveaway
Nov 22 – Writer with Wanderlust – book review / guest post / giveaway
Nov 23 – Jazzy Book Reviews – book review / giveaway
Nov 24 – She Just Loves Books – book review / giveaway
Nov 26 – Because I said so — and other adventures in Parenting – book review / giveaway
Nov 29 – The Phantom Paragrapher – book review
Nov 29 – @twilight_reader – book review
Nov 29 – Westveil Publishing – book review / giveaway
Nov 30 – Lisa’s Reading – book review / giveaway
Dec 1 – A Mama’s Corner of the World – book review / giveaway
Dec 2 – I’m Into Books – book review / giveaway
Dec 2 – I’d Rather Be At The Beach – book review / author interview / giveaway
Dec 2 – Bigreadersite – book review / giveaway
Dec 3 – fundinmental – book spotlight / giveaway
Dec 3 – Reading is My Passion – book review
Dec 6 – Books for Books – book review

My Review

When I first saw this book I was amazed at the extremely long title. But, children love long titles and other silliness. The cartoon characters in this story are adorable and their personalities come through in the artwork. Dr. Marsha is a no-nonsense medical doctor who happens to be a kangaroo. Her cousin is the mayor in Washington, DC and desperately needs her help. With the 4th of July picnics coming soon, there is a problem. The hotdogs and marshmallows have gone missing.

Dr. Marsha, Terence, and Louie all fly to the US to try and help the mayor find out what happened to the missing hot dogs and marshmallows. During the search, Dr. Marsha also teaches her friends about eating healthy food. Children will love this wacky adventure and will learn more about healthy food choices.

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To Stand In The Breach Reviewer Tour

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My Review

Historical fiction is my favorite genre and this novella was wonderful! This short book left me wanting more and I’ll be watching for this author’s next book. The story takes place in Wisconsin during the early 1930’s, which was a time of hardship for the dairy farmers who could barely scrape by. A young veterinarian, Katy Wells, had lived a very difficult life and the life she deserved was still not in reach.

At age 12, her uncle threatened to throw her in the workhouse because of her mother’s mistake. She escaped to London and then to America. Little did she know that she was still being followed. Her best friend Lily had a twin brother who was a policeman. Joey wanted to protect Katy and they were falling in love. Between the striking dairy farmers, feuding families, and obsessed foreigners, Katy needed her policeman to protect her.

This story is based on many true events of that time as well as the dilemma of many Irish immigrants. I love how the author used this history to share with us a beautiful story of trust and love.

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Danielle Grandinetti is a book blogger at DaniellesWritingSpot.com, focusing on Christian historical romance, romantic suspense, and sweet romance.

Her historical romantic suspense (published by Heritage Beacon Fiction) releases April 2022.

A Chicagoland native, Danielle lives along Lake Michigan’s Wisconsin shoreline with her husband and their two young sons. She loves quiet mornings served with the perfect cup of tea.

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Sunroofs and Shoeboxes Blog Tour

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Blog Tour Sunroofs and Shoeboxes by Jaime L. Mathews

This is my post during the blog tour for Sunroofs and Shoeboxes by Jaime L. Mathews. In Sunroofs & Shoeboxes, Jaime L. Mathews compiles the nuggets of wisdom she has found in the commonplace, so you can do the same.

This blog tour is organized by Lola’s Blog Tours and the tour runs from 29 November till 19 December. You can see the tour schedule here: http://www.lolasblogtours.net/blog-tour-sunroofs-and-shoeboxes-by-jaime-l-mathews

Sunroofs and Shoeboxes

By Jaime L. Mathews

Genre: Inspirational nonfiction

Release Date: 2 November, 2021


From the health benefits of opening the sunroof of your car and letting the sun in, to turning shoeboxes into treasure troves of memories to cherish, Jaime L. Mathews shows you the positive side in the things of every day life.

Seeing the beauty in the mundane goes a long way towards leading a happy life. But the daily practice of gratitude is a muscle that needs to be flexed regularly. Jaime teaches you to look at life with a brand new set of eyes, every day. Eventually, you won’t even need to think about it, and you will start to see opportunities in the biggest challenges, see the extraordinary in the most ordinary things, and your outlook on life will be changed for the better.

So flex those muscles now, and take a deep dive into the unbridled enthusiasm and contagious optimism of Jaime L. Mathews.


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A Journey of Unexpected Health and Gratitude


grat·i·tude. The dictionary defines gratitude as, “the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness.”

When was the last time you heard someone say, “I am so grateful,” and actually mean it?

When was the last time you felt grateful? Not just a time where you felt lucky, but a time where your whole body and mind felt genuinely grateful and blessed all at once.

The word “grateful” is thrown around so much in our society. We send up our yogic prayer hand and bow our heads, which seems to have become the universal display of gratitude; much like the peace sign is the known signal of its meaning. But gratitude is a two-way street. It is not only the appreciation for the kindness shown to us; it is also the reciprocation of good to others. It is more than just giving thanks. It is returning that thanks so that others also have something to be thankful for. It is in these moments when we experience being grateful and in turn, our lives feel more fulfilled, healthier, and we ultimately feel happier.

So, how do you start feeling genuinely grateful?

Within these pages, you are about to read nearly a year’s work of intentionally looking for health and gratitude in situations, scenarios, and during times when you might least expect it. Do you think it’s possible to sit in bumper-to-bumper traffic and find something to be grateful for? Can you eat pizza and feel so good and healthy that Paleo diet followers everywhere would be utterly stumped? What about losing your pet? Can you be grateful when Fido goes missing? You can, because sometimes we have to go through a lot of gunk to be able to see the good. Each challenge or hardship offers a gift. The gift is being able to see new gold that you would have otherwise ignored. Remember, the good and the bad exist together. You cannot see one without the other.

Sunroofs & Shoeboxes shares some (actually a lot of) stories that I hope will inspire you to know, feel, and then practice seeing that gratitude, which is one of the only things we can control in our lives. When we grab hold of what our mind thinks about, we empower ourselves to experience greater health, increased happiness, and gratefulness. Are you ready?


I wrote Sunroofs & Shoeboxes as a way to see hope, good, and gratitude, in my own life. I was frustrated by where I was in life. I was thirty-one years old, and I always thought that by then, I would be married with children, living in a white house with a picketed fence (or something like that). Instead, I was living with a roommate, my dog, and two cats, working at my dad’s business while I was also growing the hair salon I had purchased (and already disliked). Some of my friends were married, most had serious boyfriends, and I, on the other hand, had a hard time finding a date! I was so tired of being the third wheel, the fifth wheel, or even the ninth wheel at times. Not that living with roommates and animals or being single is a bad thing—it isn’t! But it was not where I pictured myself in my early thirties. If I’m really honest with myself and with all of you, I was envious of my friends who had already figured out their career, and found their fella, and were playing house for real. I also knew I wanted children and the fertility clock seemed to start ticking for me around that time. I felt stuck, I felt unfulfilled, and I felt powerless to know how to get myself out of my predicament.

So as I had often done from the time I was a teenager, I started writing. Well, let’s be honest, I can type way faster than I write these days, so I picked up my laptop and started typing. I decided that since I was having a hard time seeing all of the blessings I really did have in my life at that time, I would force myself to. I committed myself to writing every day for six months about the things I was grateful for. You see, I knew about the power of mindset. I had studied it constantly during my master’s program in holistic health education and nutrition. I knew the power of focusing on something in order to see it. But I wasn’t practicing what I preached, so I gave myself a challenge—a challenge to see good, health, and gratitude every day, even if I was having a horrible day, even if I was hung over, and even if nothing seemed to be going right in my life.

I decided to write for a hundred and seventy-seven days straight. I began writing on January 7 because beginning on January 1 seemed way too cliché for me. And most New Year’s resolutions don’t make it past the first month, so I wanted to set myself up for success right away. What’s funny about this is that when I counted a hundred and seventy-seven days, the final day of writing landed on my only sibling’s birthday. That was it! I knew I was meant to write it and I was meant to start that day. Because there’s no time like the present, right?!


What transpired as I was writing the book was nothing short of exceptional! Opportunities started coming my way. Doors started opening while other necessary windows started closing. I was getting more and more clarity because I was focusing on seeing what was possible every day instead of what was missing. Here are a few examples:

On what I thought to be a random trip with my mom to Boulder, Colorado one weekend (laptop in hand because I did not allow myself to miss a single day and catch up later—everything had to be present day), I stumbled on a magazine. Now it’s not like I found O Magazine in the bathroom and thought, “Oh cool, Oprah’s favorite spring décor is here.” It was Healthy Living Magazine that I was instantly gravitated to. I picked it up, read it cover to cover (and loved it!) and put it in my laptop carrying case to read again on the flight home. But it wasn’t until the flight home that I discovered the advertisement for the franchising opportunity. What the what?! Me, who had a background in journalism, a background in holistic health, and loved both almost as much as coffee, could own my own magazine? It sounded too good to be true, right? Well, about eight months later, I built and launched the local edition of that magazine. And I’m telling you, I would not have been receptive to the opportunity that was staring me in the face if I hadn’t been focusing on looking for what’s going right in life instead of what’s wrong.

Here’s another example: One time during my gratitude journey, when I was eating at my favorite raw vegan restaurant, Café Gratitude, in Berkeley, California, I noticed a flyer about a three-day workshop in San Francisco that the owners were hosting. So of course, I signed up. One of the perks about not being married with children was the freedom to spend my money on whatever I wanted instead making sure the kids had plenty of school shoes. At that three-day retreat, I met some amazing people that I am still in contact with today, and I learned about a yoga retreat in Hawaii. Well, guess what? A few months after this gratitude journey ended, I was on a plane to Maui, about to embark on one of the retreats that would change my life. 


So many things in my life began to change during and after writing the book. As you know, I found one of my business adventures with the magazine, which I sold a few years after launching. I experienced retreats that have been life changing. I have traveled to places I always wanted to see, like the Omega Institute in upstate New York.

In fact, within fifteen months of completing Sunroofs & Shoeboxes, I had launched and grown my magazine, I had traveled to New York City for a wellness retreat at the Omega Institute, followed by a wild and whacky girls’ weekend in New York City. I hopped on a plane with my brother and then-four-year-old niece and went to Ireland to visit our godmother and travel the country, which was a trip that I will truly never forget. And the cherry on top of all of these amazing adventures was that I met my husband Damon. We met, fell in love, got married the following year, and had our twin baby girls a year after that (followed by another baby and lots of farm animals).

But let me talk about our home for just a second. One day, after Damon and I got hitched, we went for our Sunday drive. We liked to see what neighborhoods we might want to buy a house in, which schools we wanted our kids to attend—you know, married people stuff. That day, he told me he wanted to take me to one of his favorite streets. He knew I wanted a country property (even if it was a total fixer), a little slice of dirt to call our own. When he turned down the street, I was totally unimpressed. I immediately thought, “Dude, have you been listening at all to what I’ve been saying?” It was a cookie-cutter residential neighborhood, which was beautiful, but not what I was hoping and dreaming for. He said, “Just wait.” As we turned the corner, the street completely changed (and we found out later that it was indeed built in two totally different time periods). The second part of the street was country as far as you could see. It was farm fencing and horses, flies and farm animals. I was hooked! We went to the very end of the street and on all the side streets, trying to look for any sign of possible home sales. Nothing. So we drove home to the house we lived in and knew we were already outgrowing.

Fast forward about a month and Damon and I drove to that street again. We now knew that we were destined to live on that country part of the street. As we turned the corner again, we saw it—“For Sale.” We stopped the car, I grabbed a flyer, looked it up online and saw that it had everything we wanted in our home—the home we would raise our kids in and the home we would make all of our sweet little memories in. We went back home, and I grabbed a post-it note and wrote, “Let’s get here.” I posted the home flyer with that saying on it, and I looked at that thing every single day. And guess what? After several months and a little financial help from family, we got there! I still drive into my home every day and think, “Man, I am one lucky girl.” Nearly nine years later and three babies, I am still living and making memories in that home and I am grateful every single day.

In addition to marriage and babies, I finally made the tough decision to close the hair salon that grew increasingly toxic for me. This was a hard one because financially, it was not a bad business. But emotionally, it was making me sick. But the unexpected health in making those kinds of tough decisions in life is that when we choose health, it chooses us back. My husband and I decided to open a fireplace retail store and remodeling business and within five years, it has grown to a seven-figure business—a business that has enabled me to grow wings and fly, to share with all of you that the health, the joy, and the gratitude that are waiting for all of you. It might be one sunroof or one shoebox away.

The Secret of Sunroofs

About the Author:

Jaime L. Mathews is the author of Sunroofs & Shoeboxes, a collection of the little nuggets of wisdom she has found in the little things of everyday life.

Educated as a journalist and an educator in holistic health, Jaime has had an eclectic career path which included journalism positions at the Orion and Natural Awakenings, being the wellness director of an exclusive fitness resort and the business owner of a hair salon and a fireplace retail store.

But between the many hats she has worn throughout her life, the one she is most proud of is that of mother and mentor to her little ones. Jaime, her husband, and their five children live on a farm in California.

Author links:

– Website: https://thesweetlife.co/

– Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jaimeleemathews

– Twitter: https://twitter.com/jaimeleemathews

– Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jaimeleemathews/


There is a tour wide giveaway for the blog tour of Sunroofs and Shoeboxes. Here are the prizes you can win:

– 5 winners will each win a paperback copy of Sunroofs and Shoeboxes (US Only)

– 10 winners will each win an ecopy of Sunroofs and Shoeboxes

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A Rose for Grandma Book Tour

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the author. All views expressed are only my honest opinion. 

A Journey Through Alzheimer’s

Children’s Book

Date Published: April 14, 2021

Publisher: ‎ MindStir Media

Annie loves spending time with her grandparents; they’re some of her favorite people. One day she notices Grandma acting a bit strangely, and Annie learns that her warm, creative, loving grandma has Alzheimer’s Disease. Although at first Annie is worried, as she learns more about dementia, she makes up her mind to help Grandma in any way she can.

About the Author

Christiana Egi wrote A Rose for Grandma as part of an ongoing effort to eradicate the stigma around dementia and mental illness. She spent 10 years of her 34-year nursing career working in the crisis unit of Canada’s largest psychiatric hospital and owns and operates Alexis Lodge Retirement Residence, Memory Care Facilities in Toronto, Canada. She believes in treating everyone with love, respect and dignity, and she has a passion for helping families and individuals as they adjust to the changes that often come with Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia. Christiana is a woman of faith who uses her belief as a guide as she and her staff provide daily care to individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia. This is her first children’s book.

My Review

So many children have a grandparent with Dementia. It’s hard for children to understand Dementia and all the symptoms that come with it. Having a grandparent who suddenly can’t share their life with their grandchild is scary. This lovely book tells the story of a child and her family. She has a wonderful grandma who spends time with her baking and working in her garden. The girl’s family all love their grandparents. When Grandma starts getting confused and forgetting things, she’s taken to the doctor. The doctor says that she has Alzheimer’s and the family is very sad. The girl’s teacher lets her talk about her grandma in class and she finds out that many of her classmates’ grandparents also have Dementia. The girl feels better with this support, but she wants to do something special for her grandma. I think this book will benefit children so that they can understand Dementia and find ways to deal with it when it comes to their family.

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The Christmas Blanket Book Tour

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the author. All views expressed are only my honest opinion. 

Join Us for This Tour from  November 26 to December 26
Book Details:
Book Title:  The Christmas Blanket by Ed Damiano
Category:  Children’s Book (ages 3-7), 38 pages
Genre Picture Book
Publisher:  Mascot Books
Release date:  December 2018
Content Rating:  G suitable for all readers

Mom’s Choice Award Winner!

Book Description:

What is the meaning of Christmas? That’s what eight-year-old EJ wants to know. The other kids say it’s about getting toys‚ but is it, really?

One evening, EJ’s mother takes him to the Rockefeller Center to see the lighting of the most magical tree in the world, and EJ meets someone who teaches him what Christmas is truly all about.
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My Review

EJ was very excited because his mom promised to take him to see the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center. On the way he crossed on a ferry and rode the subway. His mother explained that some people made a wish on the tree because it was the most magical tree in the world. EJ met a classmate from school who told him that Christmas was all about getting presents. EJ didn’t know what to think. Before they arrived at the tree, EJ and his mother passed a homeless man who was very cold. Although his mother gave the man a little money, EJ decided that his Christmas wish was to give the old man a blanket. When they gave the man the blanket, he told EJ that without selfless giving there wouldn’t be a Christmas. EJ learned a wonderful lesson about caring and giving and this book will teach your child about giving, too.

Meet the Author:
Born in Newark, New Jersey, Damiano has a passion for creativity, and his stories always contain a positive message. He also wrote The Christmas Blanket, which earned him a Mom’s Choice Award. In The Christmas Blanket, his character EJ realizes the true meaning of Christmas, which is not about getting presents, but about giving back to others.

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Tour Schedule:

Nov 26 –
Cover Lover Book Review – book review / giveaway
Nov 26 – Kam’s Place – book review
Nov 29 – Chit Chat with Charity – book review / giveaway
Nov 29 – Gina Rae Mitchell – book review / giveaway
Nov 29 – Splashes of Joy – book review / giveaway
Nov 29 – Lisa’s Reading – book review
Nov 29 – FUONLYKNEW – book spotlight / giveaway
Nov 30 – The Momma Spot – book review / giveaway
Nov 30 – Rockin’ Book Reviews – book review / giveaway
Dec 1 – fundinmental – book spotlight / giveaway
Dec 1 – @jayme_reads – book review
Dec 2 – Deborah-Zenha Adams – book spotlight / giveaway
Dec 2 – Character Madness and Musing – book spotlight / giveaway
Dec 3 – @booking.with.janelle – book review
Dec 3 – Nighttime Reading Center – book review / giveaway
Dec 7 – Cheryl’s Book Nook – book review / giveaway
Dec 8 – Older & Smarter? – book review / giveaway
Dec 9 – Westveil Publishing – book review / giveaway
Dec 10 – Pause for Tales – book review / giveaway
Dec 13 – Locks, Hooks and Books – book review / giveaway
Dec 14 – Bound 4 Escape – book review / giveaway
Dec 15 – icefairy’s Treasure Chest – book review / giveaway
Dec 16 – Jazzy Book Reviews – book review / giveaway
Dec 20 – ajbookreads – book spotlight
Dec 20 – Writer with Wanderlust – book review / giveaway
Dec 21 – She Just Loves Books – book review / giveaway
Dec 22 – I’m Into Books – book review / giveaway
Dec 23 – Bigreadersite – book review / giveaway
Dec 26 – @twilight_reader – book review
Dec 28 – The Phantom Paragrapher – book review
Dec 29 – Sefina Hawke’s Books – book spotlight
Dec 30 – Literary Flits – book spotlight / giveaway

Enter the Giveaway:

THE CHRISTMAS BLANKET by Ed Damiano Book Tour Giveaway

My Beautiful Curly Hair Book Tour

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the author. All views expressed are only my honest opinion. 

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My Beautiful Curly Hair

by Kiana Holder and Arya Holder


GENRE:   Children’s



This is a story about a little girl who struggles with keeping her hair neat all the time, but grows to love and accept her wild and messy hair.

Kiana and Arya think having messy hair is more fun. Keeping your hair neat all the time is a lot of work.



When I go to school with my hair in a ponytail, it looks neat and tidy.

But by the time I get home, my hair has come out of the ponytail and it looks messy. When I go to soccer practice, I put my hair into two braids.

If I don’t do that, it’ll get in my eyes, which is not fun.

I keep wondering: why can’t my hair stay neat all the time?



AUTHOR Bio and Links:

Kiana and Arya are a mother-daughter duo who enjoy reading. The storyline for this book came from Arya’s and Kiana’s childhood experiences.


WEBSITE: https://worldofkicreations.ca/

INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/mybeautifulcurlyhairbook/

My Review

It’s important to teach children to accept themselves. Children are bombarded with negative body-image media every day, but this book is a great tool to help children accept the way they look. This story is about a little girl who struggles to keep her hair neat. Her hair is very curly and she spends a lot of time trying to make it look neat and pretty. She gets frustrated when her hair gets messy after a little time. Her family is very supportive and this helps her to accept her messy hair.








Giveaway: Kiana Holder and Arya Holder will be awarding a $10 Amazon or Barnes and Noble GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour.

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