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Who doesn’t love switching up the decor in your home? I know it’s one of my favorite things to do when I feel like a change. But because I change my mind so much I have to make sure that whatever decor I pick has to be something that I can remove and change easily. Which is why I LOVE the wall decals from EvgieNev so much! They offer beautiful wall decals that are easy to apply, long lasting, but just as easy to remove. Here are a few of my recent favorite designs you will love and offer you a chance to WIN $150 worth of wall decals from EvgieNev for yourself! 

Here are a few of my favorite designs available right now from EvgieNev 

How stinking adorable is this Moon and Stars Fairy Wall Decals set!? I love how whimsical it is. So perfect for a fairy tail loving child. (Or adult, I’m not judging! lol). Inspired by Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Nursery Rhyme this decal features Moon Star Fairies Sprinkling new stars, with Magic Wands, Silver Moon, Planets and Shooting Stars. Removable Sticker is made using Top-Quality Matte Vinyl. Perfect to decorate and add your personal touch to any space, switch themes in child’s room. Just peel and stick, it’s so easy!  It’s a nice way to upgrade a room without a permanent change. When you’re ready for a new theme just peel it off the wall! When it comes to animals, I would have to say that pandas are one of my favorites! So I knew that I would just love this Pandas Nursery Wall Decals for kids room set. The giant panda, also known as panda bear or simply panda, is the cutest in the world bear native to south-central China. It is easily recognized by the large distinctive black patches around its eyes, over the ears, and across its round body. Panda’s adorable personality has been employed multiple times in movies starting from The Amazing Panda Adventure and continued later in Kung-Fu Panda animation which is a must to watch for every child on planet Earth. And we could not miss this opportunity to introduce you to the funky design layout that will spruce your nursery room up with the flavor of China theme and charming little bears tricking around, please welcome Panda Bear Wall Decals! All the bear parts are put together to make installation comfortable, reasonably priced yet fitting any room setup, it will be hard to imagine your space without pandas after all. For my outdoor-loving followers you are going to love these super adorable Moose Wall Decals! The Moose Wall Decals are removable vinyl sticker handmade using Top-Quality Matte Vinyl. Perfect to decorate and add your personal touches to a room or hallway. Just peel and stick, it’s so easy!

Now that you have seen a few of the amazing choices that EvgieNev has to offer would you like the chance to WIN $150 worth of wall decals? 

  • Open to residents worldwide but please note that if the winner is outside of the US or Canada, you will have to pay the difference in shipping. 
  • Giveaway ends: 12/28/19 at 1159pm EST
  • The winner will have a $150 credit to spend at EvgieNev Wall Decals
This giveaway is hosted by SavingYouDinero.com but the prize will be fulfilled by EvgieNev.      

The Wheels of Cady Grey Book Tour & Giveaway

The Wheels of Cady Grey Cady Grey Mysteries Book 1 by Paul L. Arvidson Genre: Thriller Publication Date: August 21, 2019

Get in the way of ruthless people and it’s gonna get you killed. “Forget all you know about disabled people. This novel will blow everything you knew out of the window. A story of strength, intelligence, love and disability”. Cady Grey is invisible. One of the ‘perks’ of being in a wheelchair. Sometimes it’s better that way, ‘specially when you’re a sweary, spitty teenage girl who’s main aim is getting through high-school in one piece. But then a sinister shell company wants to knock their school down and is prepared to stop at nothing. She and her friends are the only ones invested enough to care and smart enough to investigate. Regardless of the danger, Cady finally gives up being invisible to fight. And she discovers that getting in the way of politicians and their schemes might just get her killed. “Cady, with spark, snark and enthusiasm will capture your heart in such a way you will want her to be your best friend. She is a voice, hero and visibility for a young disabled generation, a guide for us all and a mystery to solve”. Grab your copy of a thriller unlike any other! Add to GoodreadsAmazon * Book2Read

PAUL ARVIDSON is a forty-something ex lighting designer who lives in rural Somerset. He juggles his non-author time bringing up his children and fighting against being sucked into his wife’s chicken breeding business. The Dark Trilogy is his first series. He is also working on a thriller. Website * Facebook * Twitter * Instagram * Bookbub * Pinterest * Goodreads * YouTube ChannelTake advantage of this free novella on Bookfunnel! https://dl.bookfunnel.com/cphsk7hrk6 Amazon gift card

Cady Grey lay nose down in the soil, the wheels of her chair spun above her, the weight of the
chassis pinned her down. Rain fell in great big drops all around her. She couldn’t move her legs at
the best of times, but she was sure her right shin was broken. She was too stunned to feel much of it
yet. Everything was one great bruise. Her head felt muzzy, she must have banged it. Along with
everything else.
Petrichor: the smell of rain after a dry spell.
WTF, Cady. Where did that come from?
The subconscious can properly fuck with your head sometimes.
She opened her eyes. Eye. Grass and soil close up. Some kind of edging stone, with a smear on it.
Something trickling from her fringe down her nose on the right-hand side. For a moment, it felt
comfortable. Like being held down by a massive duvet or hugged tight in a huge embrace. She
could just go to sleep.
And… BAM, here came the pain.
Cady clenched her jaw, at least that wasn’t broken. Her lips were sticky, she could taste metal and
salt. The right shin: definitely broken. But good news, she could feel her toes: they hurt like hell too.
Head. She couldn’t pull her focus to that yet, all too stabby. Somehow she knew if she let herself
focus on that too much, she’d pass out again. And that would be bad. Really, really bad.
Shit. Shit. SHIT. Focus on something Cady.
Noise. What was that noise? Straining, laboring. Something’s gonna break. Mechanical? Not
exactly, electro-mechanical. Chair wheels, running full tilt, with nothing to grab on. Flailing like a
beetle on its back. The chair must’ve been sat on its arm, with its controller bent backward. Well,
that was going to burn the motor out and no mistake. She spread her awareness out, slowly. It
wasn’t far from the controller and it wasn’t broken. She shifted her weight from her hips to her right
arm.
Shit-shit-shit
Too much weight on her to get free, but she could move her hand. The whole chair arm was twisted
out of shape. She could see along the profile of the chair that plastic engine cover had snapped
loose, spilling its wiry intestines onto the grass. Man, this chair was fucked up. Dad was going to be
so pissed at her. She felt for the chair controller joystick. The golf ball she always had on the top of it
had gone. Lost in the crash. Just a metal stick left. She pushed the metal stick into the soil, back to
its neutral position. The skree-ing noise stopped. Good. Quiet now. Not quiet. Ringing in her ears
and rain sploshing. She must’ve been lying where a puddle was gathering, because her legs felt
wet.
Tic… tac… tic…
Was that in her head? She’d dreamed about that before. Was she concussed? Another part of her
brain was waking up. Her hind brain, home of warnings, of fear, of fight or flight. But she couldn’t fly.
Her wheels were broken.
…tac…tic …tac
Shit
Now she knew. That noise. Bad brain, slow brain, now it was catching up. TicTac. A noise and a
person. Bad. Bad person. It spooled out of her like an old broken film reel, images yammering from
her brain on fast forward.
Flash—the glint of a gold ring on someone’s little finger. Insincere smile. Not him.
Flash—the joy of the chair lights springing into life when she’d flicked the new switch, Dad was the
best. Not Dad.
Flash—bright flash, muzzle flash, ringing noise. There, that was it.
Flash—flash—flash, but only one bang? Ears overloaded in a confined space. Certainly a bang first
time. Ears still ringing now. A short time ago, then.
Tic… tac…
What was that noise? Getting slowly louder, slowly closer, that was important. It was an odd noise, a
stupid noise. A WTF noise. A lazy noise, a rhythm noise, like a metronome.
Tic… tac…
Like blues. A walking blues. That was it. Everything.
Tic… the noise was walking.
Tac… the sound of those stupid segs on the man’s shoes.

Tic… the man: greasy hair and arrogance. Tall, Thames estuary accent.
Tac… dots tattooed on his knuckles. Something black, metal held firm in his hand. The smell of oil.
Tic he was coming. For her.
Tac… and he was going to kill her.
Tic… tac… Bill had called him TicTac.
Shit Bill. Where’s Bill? Something made her not want to think of that. The rear brain. Fight or flight.
No flight. There was another one. What was it? Fight, flight and—
Tic… tac… Freeze. That was it. Fight, flight or freeze.
The air filled with noise. Her chair back jerked. That noise. Bang never quite seemed to describe
that noise. It filled her ears with loud. Even out here, face down in the grass. And an echo, off every
hard surface of the building behind them. The town hall. No flash this time, with her face in the
grass, but at least that meant she couldn’t see what was coming. No wait, it also meant the chair
body was between him and her. Something from deep inside her chair was fizzing.
Tic.
“Oh, there you are,” the voice dripped arrogance. She hated that voice, “don’t go anywhere, will
you? Oh, wait, you can’t!”
“Fucker,” was all she could manage in return, but with her face in the grass, she could hardly hear
herself.
Tic. Tac. Tic. Tac.
“I don’t really want to do this, you know?” he said. God, he loved the sound of his own voice.
“Liar.”
He laughed—harsh, echoing. It rang off the walls. Harsher somehow than the shock of the gun. The
gun. He really was going to kill her. How many rounds had he fired? Could she remember? There
was something stopping her recall. Flash, flash, flash… What was it? Flash, flash, flash… Bill. Bill
falling, falling, shouting out.
Shit. Bill. How many rounds? One just now, three at… Three from before. One before that? So…
one left? Did guns even have six rounds in them these days? How did she need to know this? But
one. One was plenty.
Tic. Tac. Tic.
Fight, flight or freeze. Her Dad always said, ‘you never really know which you’re going to do until
something bad enough happens.’ Something so bad that your insides have already turned to water
and your brain is racing in six different directions at once. And you’re going nowhere.
“Here I come, Cady! Time to pray.”
He couldn’t be serious? Pray? No, this cocky shit-bag would be all about that, wouldn’t he? Bang,
bang. Oops, sorry I killed somebody. That’s okay though, right God? Bit of absolution 101 and off we
go again. Tough job being a killer, but someone’s got to do it. God says it’s okay.
Tic. Tac. Tic. Tac.
“Nothing come to mind? Let me choose then. Seems fitting.”
Cady struggled under the chair. Her arm flailed, she couldn’t move it too far, besides, the chair in the
way was the only thing saving her. Even if all he saw was her hand, if he shot it off that would kill her
plenty quick enough.
“Bastard,” she growled into the soil.
“Oh, now. Do you want your last words on this earth to be a curse?” But before she could answer,
“I’ve thought of one, how about this?”
Good God this guy could talk. At least being shot would be a relief from his voice.
“As I lay me down to sleep… do you know that one Cady?”
“Oh, yeah, that’s great.” Keep him talking, probably too late now anyway. No-one here, he could talk
all he liked. She was delaying the inevitable.
“I pray the Lord my soul to keep.”
She heard the metallic chick-chak of the gun being cocked.
“If I should die before I wake.”
Cady got a whiff of excited sweat and gun, oil. She wriggled, her left arm was free. That was both
arms now, maybe…
“I pray the Lord, my soul—” He leaned over and stood on her left arm at the wrist. “A- ah, stay still.”
She felt the metal of the gun rustle in against the base of her skull and press there.
“I pray the Lord, my soul to take…”
But no one’s year began that badly, right?

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Let Me Go Book Tour & Giveaway

Let Me Go Eva Rae Thomas Mystery Book 5 by Willow Rose Genre: Mystery, Thriller Publisher: BUOY MEDIA Publication Date: November 30, 2019

The #1 Bestselling Mystery Series on Amazon continues! What if a stranger told you that she believed your child is about to be killed? What if that woman was an ex-FBI profiler with a disputable reputation? Would you believe her? Eva Rae Thomas is chasing down a vicious killer, but no one will believe he even exists. If there are no unexplained dead bodies or missing persons, then how can there be a killer on the loose? What they don’t understand is that the perfect murder is the one that doesn’t look like murder. Can Eva Rae convince local law enforcement to help her with this case before the killer strikes once more? Or will she have to take matters into her own hands – again? LET ME GO is the fifth book in the Eva Rae Thomas Mystery Series and can be read as a standalone. Goodreads * Amazon

The Queen of Scream aka Willow Rose is a #1 Amazon Best-selling Author and an Amazon ALL-star Author of more than 60 novels. She writes Mystery, Thriller, Paranormal, Romance, Suspense, Horror, Supernatural thrillers, and Fantasy. Willow’s books are fast-paced, nail-biting pageturners with twists you won’t see coming. Several of her books have reached the Kindle top 10 of ALL books in the US, UK, and Canada. She has sold more than three million books. Willow lives on Florida’s Space Coast with her husband and two daughters. When she is not writing or reading, you will find her surfing and watch the dolphins play in the waves of the Atlantic Ocean. Website * Facebook * Twitter * Bookbub * Amazon * Goodreads $50 Amazon

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Realm of the Unknown Book Tour & Giveaway

Realm of the Unknown by James McPike Genre: Thriller Publisher: Paper Gold Publishing Publication Date: December 11, 2019

After a mass murder in Israel, a renowned investigator from the Ministry— Vince Ramsey—is called in. Some experts at the scene believe only something supernatural could be responsible for such an atrocity. Ramsey finds an artifact which leads him to the Antiquities Authority. There, he teams up with historical specialist April Fulton. Together they learn the artifact is linked to an ancient secret society founded by a famous Greek philosopher. Only it’s much more sinister than they could have ever imagined. Being hunted down at every turn of their journey by ruthless assassins, they race to discover the truth—and finally encounter the diabolical villain controlling a powerful force only spoken about in the Book of Revelation. “A riveting thriller exploring the end of the world…” **Only .99 cents until Dec 27th!!** Add to GoodreadsAmazon * B&N * Google * Kobo Video Trailer https://youtu.be/heuh84FKKSc

McPike’s 6th action/adventure blockbuster TREASURE FEVER: The Hunt for El Dorado will be released in 2020. His last adventure SHIPWRECK ISLAND was based on a real 19th century New Zealand shipwreck that mysteriously crashed and went missing–along with its legendary gold cargo. Readers’ Favorite gave it 5-stars, calling it, “a grand adventure with outstanding characters . . . filled with action and more action.” McPike’s previous mystery/thriller THE EMERALD CAVE was the grand finale in the acclaimed Ramsey trilogy six years in the making. The book reveals hidden secrets about the Grail and where it might be hidden today. The prior book in the series THE LOST PROPHET was the winner of multiple literary awards, including the Pacific Book Award for Christian Mystery/Thrillers and the Beverly Hills Book Award for Religion fiction. His 700-page debut smash-hit FINAL OUTCOME won the silver medal from Readers’ Favorite for the Christian/fantasy genre and was nominated by the publisher (50 out of a 1,000 books) for the 17th EVVY Awards. McPike’s favorite authors growing up were Douglas Preston, Lincoln Child, and David Morrell. He’s traveled the world; from Switzerland to Aruba to New Zealand. In 1997 he won the Ponderosa Lion’s Club Spelling Bee Championship and a year later was recognized with an Honorable Mention for the William Saroyan San Joaquin Valley Writing Contest. He lives near Yosemite where he enjoys the great outdoors and wonderful local cuisine. Readers can reach him at mcpike@gmx.com Website * Bookbub * Amazon * Goodreads

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