#AudioBookBlogTour “Marketville Mysteries, Book 2” by Judy Penz Sheluk

Audiobook Series Tour: Marketville Mysteries by Judy Penz Sheluk

Author: Judy Penz Sheluk

Narrator: Kelli Lindsay

Series: Marketville Mysteries, Book 2

Publisher: Judy Penz Sheluk

Released: Apr. 8, 2019

Genre: Mystery

Sometimes the past reaches out to the present. It’s been 13 months since Calamity (Callie) Barnstable inherited a house in Marketville under the condition that she search for the person who murdered her mother 30 years earlier. She solves the mystery, but what’s next? Unemployment? Another nine-to-five job in Toronto?

Callie decides to set down roots in Marketville, take the skills and knowledge she acquired over the past year, and start her own business: Past & Present Investigations.

It’s not long before Callie and her new business partner, best friend Chantelle Marchand, get their first client: a woman who wants to find out everything she can about her grandmother, Anneliese Prei, and how she came to a “bad end” in 1956. It sounds like a perfect first assignment. Except for one thing: Anneliese’s past winds its way into Callie’s present, and not in a manner anyone – least of all Callie – could have predicted.

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Judy Penz Sheluk is the Amazon international bestselling author of the Glass Dolphin Mystery and Marketville Mystery series. Her short stories can be found in several collections, including Live Free or Tri and The Best Laid Plans, which she edited. Judy is also a member of Sisters in Crime, International Thriller Writers, the Short Mystery Fiction Society, and Crime Writers of Canada, where she serves as Vice Chair on the Board of Directors. Find her at http://www.judypenzsheluk.com.


Narrator Bio

Kelli Lindsay’s versatile style and years of experience with commercial, corporate and e-learning projects have created a dream career for her. She has lent her talents to TV, radio, video games, and various other fantastic projects, but she proudly admits that her true passion is narrating audiobooks. Her professional training has taught her how to put herself into the script or audiobook and deliver an incredible performance. With her professionalism and love for what she does, Kelli ensures that her clients and listeners get to hear exactly what they’re looking for!




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#AudioBookBlogTour “After the Fall” by Brad Graber

New Audio Tour: After the Fall by Brad Graber

Author: Brad Graber

Narrator: Kebba Button

Length: 8 hours 14 minutes

Publisher: Dark Victory Press

Released: Aug. 21, 2019

Genre: Young Adult Fiction; LGBTQ


Rikki, a teenager being raised by her grandmother in Queens, has a secret. She can’t remember her mother. Whenever Rikki asks her grandmother about her mother’s death, the older woman refuses to answer. Desperate to learn the truth, Rikki finds a hidden album with family photographs. Can the boy in the picture with her mother be a long lost uncle? Determined to unlock the mystery, she embarks on a journey to meet Harry, a writer who is struggling with his own issues of identity.

From the award-winning writer of The Intersect comes After the Fall, a fast-paced, engaging listen, with twists and turns that will surely surprise. After the Fall: an emotional roller-coaster of a mystery packed with personality and charm. Once you start the journey you won’t be able to turn back.

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Brad Graber writes novels because he grew up in a family where no one ever listened to him – so he made up stories about them.

After the Fall, released in May 2018, is Brad’s second novel. The story follows Rikki, a teenager being raised by her grandmother in NYC, who goes on a journey to learn the truth about her family. Eventually, she crosses paths with Harry, a writer in Phoenix, who is struggling with his own issues of identity. Brad’s debut novel The Intersect, released in 2016, tells the tale of strangers reaching out and finding love, friendship, and lasting connection in Phoenix. Both novels have won multiple awards and garnered rave reviews. Brad also writes a humorous blog on the human condition: There, I Said It!

Born and raised in New York City, Brad obtained a B.A. in Biology from the State University of New York at Buffalo and an M.H.A. from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. A former healthcare executive, Brad has held a number of management positions and has been a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and a Certified Medical Executive through Medical Group Management Association. Though he no longer works in healthcare, he continues to volunteer with local non-profits.

Brad has lived in Highland Park, a suburb of Chicago; West Bloomfield, a suburb of Detroit; and Mill Valley, a suburb of San Francisco. He currently resides in Phoenix with his husband Jeff.


Narrator Bio

Kebba Buckley Button has a passion for helping people find vitality and inner peace. Kebba teaches practical, memorable techniques for satisfied living. She emphasizes oriental and yogic philosophy, NLP, and energy balancing in addition to standard Western models and modalities. She is also a major advocate of both chocolate and coffee. Kebba has a holistic healing practice, speaks and writes award-winning books in addition to being an audiobook narrator.



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Rikki Goldenbaum

Rikki is a fifteen year-old high school sophomore who is being raised by her grandmother, Rita, in New York City. She’s fashioned herself to look like Darlene Conner from the television show Roseanne. Rikki considers herself a Midwesterner after being raised in Birmingham, Michigan. She’s awkward and shy, and despite a psychiatric hospitalization, still can’t remember any details of her mother or her death. The doctors have assured Rikki that her memory will slowly return, but after four years, Rikki is now desperate to remember.   

Rita Goldenbaum

Rita is Rikki’s 75-year old grandmother. Bold and brash, her red hair and red finger nails hint at the edgy nature of Rita’s character. She’s very protective of her granddaughter though she prefers that Rikki call her Rita. She struggles with her raising Rikki in light of her past failings as a mother. But she loves her granddaughter deeply – and stonewalls Rikki about the family. She is afraid what will happen if Rikki’s memory returns.

Barbra Winer 

Barbra is Rikki’s best friend. She lives in Rikki’s building with her father and the step-mother who she bitterly resents. She has transformed herself from dorky into an Amy Winehouse look-alike. She distrusts the adults in her life.

Barney Appleton

Barney is the attractive boy in high school who has captured the attention of both Rikki and Barbra. He’s shy and withdrawn, which they at first mistake for being aloof. But Barney is being raised in a foster home after a history of physical abuse.

Evelyn Sherman

Evelyn is the Michigan neighbor who looked after Rikki as a child when her mother worked. Evelyn adores Rikki and though she has tried to stay connected, Rikki has never seen her letters or been allowed to take her phone calls.

Harry Aldon

Harry is a successful mystery writer in his mid-fifties who lives in Phoenix with his wire-hair fox terrier, Beetle. Harry has a fairly solitary existence, writing during the day while maintaining an ongoing inner dialogue with a lost lover. Beetle is the central figure in Harry’s life. His energy and focus are on his very senior dog.

Edward Heaton

Edward, is Harry’s New York City editor, who keeps Harry on pace with the development of his novels.

Lil Turner

Lil is the yoga instructor who lives down the street from Harry. She is vivacious, extremely attractive, and doesn’t listen very well. She has set her sights on Harry and is determined to bed him.


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Song Lyric Sunday | “Coulda Been” – Kimberley Locke

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Song Lyric Sunday was created by Helen Vahdati from This Thing Called Life One Word at a Time and author Jim Adams from A Unique Title For Me is our current guest host. For complete rules or to join in the fun, click here.

This week’s theme is  Could/Might/Should/Would.


Finishing behind Ruben Stoddard and Clay Aiken, Kimberley Locke was the third place winner in season two of American Idol in 2003.

While a fan favorite, Coulda Been, the third release from her 2005 album, One Love, failed to chart. It did, however, find minor success in the UK.

While none of her other songs grew on me, Coulda Been has been a favorite for over a decade.


  • Kimberley has enjoyed major success with Christmas songs. Her version of Up on the House Top, released in autumn of 2005. By the end of year, it had reached the top spot of the Adult Contemporary (A/C) charts. The following year, Locke’s version of Jingle Bells was released and topped the same charts. A full Christmas album entitled Christmas — only available digitally — was released on November 6, 2007.
  • From 2005 through September 2006, Locke was signed with Ford Models’ 14+ Division. She has appeared on the covers of the July 2005 issue of Figure magazine and the summer 2007 issue of UneQ magazine. She has also been a former spokesperson for Lane Bryant and Seven7 Jeans.
  • In 2007 Locke was a participant on the fifth season of Celebrity Fit Club. While filming for the show, Locke chose to follow the Jenny Craig diet plan and had such great success she was offered a deal as spokeswoman with Jenny Craig At the completion of filming for the show, Kimberley weighed in at a final weight of 149 lbs; down a total of 27 lbs. from her original start weight of 176 lbs. A feature in the September 10th issue of People Magazine shows Kimberley at 141 lbs., only 3 pounds away from her goal. Locke announced through her official MySpace blog on October 8, 2007 that she had finally achieved her 40-pound weight loss goal.

The video for Coulda Been was directed by Urban Strom, who also directed videos for Mary J. Blige, Rachel Stevens and LeAnn Rimes. It was filmed in London, England in the spring of 2004. In the video, Kimberley sees another woman’s name show up on her boyfriend’s caller ID. She goes on to tell him that one day he will look back at what “coulda been” and regret letting her go.


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