Guest Review for Viviana MacKade

I’m excited to share a link to my guest post on Viviana Mackade’s blog. The spotlight is on Rebecca, by Daphne du Maurier. It’s just in time for the soon to be released movie version of this classic.

Follow the link below for the post, but stick around for some excellent book reviews, author interviews, and Viviana MacKade’s Crescent Creek Series.

Many thanks to Viviana for including me!

Book Promo With Chicks, Rogues, and Scandals

A huge thank you to Frankie at Chicks, Rogues, and Scandals for promoting “Homemakers’ Christmas”! You can check out the post at https://chicksroguesandscandals.wordpress.com/2020/10/13/homemakers-christmas-by-jill-piscitello-bookpromo-homemakerschristmas-sharethebooklove/

Tour the blog for exciting new releases, countless book reviews, and author interviews.

Halloween Favorites

I’m an avid fan of great children’s read alouds. Here are a few of my all-time seasonal favorites. Let me know if you feel I’m missing a title!

Happy Halloween Little Critter, by Mercer Mayer: Little Critter and Little Sister go to a Halloween party.

Trick or Treat Little Critter, by Mercer Mayer: Yes, there is a pattern here. I adore this series. Trick or treat surprises with Little Critter and Little Sister always delight.

Which Way to Witch School, by Scott Santoro: A school for witches whipping up lessons.

It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, Charles, M. Shulz: Does this really need an introduction. One of the greatest Halloween stories ever told. At least, according to me. It never grows old.

The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything, by Linda Williams: Spooky sounds abound as the little old lady makes her way along a moonlit path.

Room on the Broom, by Julia Donaldson: A witch and her cat need some help retrieving the items they’ve dropped while flying around on their broomstick.

The Berenstain Bears Trick or Treat, by Stan Berenstain: A trick with the treats doesn’t go so well for Brother and Sister Bear. Another well-loved favorite!

Little Witch, by Anna Elizabeth Bennett: An oldie, but goodie tale of a little witch sneaking into a school with humans and all of the fun that ensues.

The Best Halloween Ever, by Barbara Robinson: Welcome to the third book in the Herdman series. As a child, I couldn’t get enough of their antics. Is Halloween truly cancelled because of the trouble they’ve caused in the past?

Junie B. Jones, Boo… and I Mean It, by Barbara Park: A hilarious tale of Junie B. trying to overcome her fear of trick-or-treating.

The Witches, by Roald Dahl: I look forward to reading this EVERY year. Grandmamma teaches her grandson how to spot real witches.

Authors Supporting Authors

A huge thank you to Jacquie Biggar for mentioning “Homemakers’ Christmas” on her blog! I love that a USA Today Best Selling author is willing to support fellow authors. You can check out the post at https://jacqbiggar.com/2020/10/11/newrelease-homemakers-christmas-by-jill-piscitello-holidayromance-read-piscj18/

Be sure to look around – her book covers alone are enough to make you want to start reading!

Pre-Release “Homemakers’ Christmas”

Looking for a heartwarming Christmas romance to get you in the holiday spirit? Grab a cup of tea and cozy up with the ladies of Lamplight Lane for an uplifting story of love with a sprinkle of secrets.

Now available for pre-order:

Amazon ebook-kindle – https://amzn.to/3lfPR0f
Amazon print book – https://amzn.to/2SJYq7r
Nook Press (Barnes and Noble) ebook- https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/homemakers-christmas-jill-piscitello/1137831589?ean=2940162645429
Barnes and Noble print- https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/homemakers-christmas-jill-piscitello/1137831589?ean=9781680469851
Smashwords-ebook- https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/1046865
Kobo- (coming soon)
Apple ibooks (coming soon)