Welcome to FAB Lovelies!

A Lifestyle blog that focuses on all things from fashion to beauty; fitness to weight loss; recipes to coupons; books to movies; travels to entertainment; and everything in between.

Wednesday, January 12, 2022

The Nanny Song by Misty Mount - Book Tour - Guest Post - Giveaway - Enter Daily!

Hi, lovelies!!  It gives me great pleasure today to host Misty Mount and her new book, “The Nanny Song,” here on FAB!!  For other stops on her Goddess Fish Promotions Book Tour, please click on the banner above or any of the images in this post.

Be sure to make it to the end of this post to enter to win a $25 Amazon or Barnes and Noble Gift Card!!  Also, come back daily to interact with Misty and to increase your chances of winning!!

Thanks for stopping by!!  Wishing you all lots of good luck in this fabulous giveaway!!

The Nanny Song

by Misty Mount


GENRE: Sweet Romance



A dismal pall hangs over the Colt residence. Since the death of his wife, Brendan Colt has struggled to care for his children, Kason and Meela. Each is lost in their own deep grief, but there is more to this family than meets the eye.

After her tumultuous childhood, Mallory Riscoe has deftly avoided change. But her life is due for an upheaval when she’s fired from her sales associate position and takes on the role of nanny in the Colt household.

Mallory soon realizes she might have taken on more than she can handle when she finds more than two mischievous children haunting the grand, creaky house. If it isn’t the children’s brash uncle or schoolyard bullies, she finds herself confronted with strange sounds coming from the attic and suspicious late-night behavior from Brendan Colt himself.

It’s only when Mallory begins to feel a connection between not just herself and the children but their father too, that an unspeakable secret is uncovered. Is this new bond—and possibly Mallory's life itself—now at risk?



Brendan kept driving to the point that Mallory began to think he was leaving the city. Ghastly ideas were bouncing around inside her head as she was trying to figure out where Brendan could be heading. Did he know she was following him? Was he leading her away anyhow, just to see how far she would go? She had very nearly come to the worst conclusion possible when the Lincoln finally turned off onto a side street and parked alongside the curb…

She watched him walk across a dark lawn without so much as a glance to either side. He kept walking until his figure blended in with the night…

She knew she was being reckless and prayed no one would see her as she slipped out of the car and made her way through the shadows to the spot where she had watched Brendan disappear…

Her eyes were adjusting to the dark now, and with the moon up above she could clearly make out a tall iron fence, its gates standing open at the end of the path. Behind the enclosure were headstones of all sizes and shapes, some gleaming in the hazy luminescence, some dull and indistinct. Mallory hadn’t even realized she was at a graveyard before then, and she got a funny feeling in her gut when she finally became aware of the eerie setting.

A chilly breeze had picked up and it whispered all around her…



The Case of the Teen and Her Tanked Opportunity

I was first published in my very early teens, and honestly, it was a bit traumatic. I got to be on the local news and in the local paper. I had book signings at Borders and Barnes and Noble. I even had the privilege of speaking to other kids about the importance of reading and sharing writer’s tips at library events. I was on cloud nine . . . or at least I should have been, right?

In truth, I was a nervous wreck. What had once been fun (writing in the privacy of my own room for an audience of me and me alone) was now a stomach-churning anxiety fest. I was an insecure fourteen-year-old introvert with a fear of anything that involved a group setting. (And by group, I actually mean anything more than one other person.) Only slightly larger than my fear of public speaking and appearances were my fear of saying no and being a giant disappointment.

I started worrying too much over how my writing was being received or what people thought about it instead of enjoying the process. I was too young and sensitive to handle negative reviews, which resulted in me ghosting and refusing to show anyone my writing for over a decade afterward.

Instead of launching my writing career off the back of that initial momentum, I hid every word I so much as jotted down for years to come. And it turns out, that’s just what I needed.

As an adult, I’m still sensitive and terrified that someone might actually be reading this or anything else I’ve written, but I’ve also learned to write for myself and have fun doing what makes me happy. Any readers I happen to please along the way are a sweet bonus!



Misty Mount has written since age five and was first published at fourteen. She resides in Wichita, Kansas.







BookBub Author Page:


BookBub Book Page:


Goodreads Author Page:


Goodreads Book Page:


Amazon Author Page:




Amazon US Kindle eBook:


Amazon US Paperback:


Amazon CA Kindle eBook:


Amazon CA Paperback:


Barnes and Noble Paperback:


The Book Depository Paperback:


BAM! Books-A-Million Paperback:




Misty will be awarding a $25 Amazon or Barnes and Noble Gift Card (Winner’s Choice!!!) to a randomly drawn winner via Rafflecopter during the tour.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

**This post contains affiliate links and if clicked and a purchase is made, I may receive a small commission to help support this blog.  This does not cost you anything, it just helps pay for all those fabulous community outreach projects and awesome giveaways on here**

This contest is sponsored by a third party. Fabulous and Brunette is a registered host of Goddess Fish Promotions.  Prizes are given away by the sponsors and not Fabulous and Brunette. The featured author and Goddess Fish Promotions are solely responsible for the giveaway prize.


  1. Misty ~ Good morning!! Welcome to FAB!! It is so great to have you here!! Congrats on your new book and good luck on the book tour :)

    1. Thank you so much for the warm welcome and for having me! Much appreciated! :)

  2. I like the simplicity of the cover. Looks great. The story sounds really good. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Thanks, Marcy! I think it captures the story well. :)

  4. Wish I could be that uplifting presence ... I am way too much a grump! But I sure to like reading about those magical people that just make life right for everyone!

    1. Aww, don't sell yourself short! I'm sure you're that uplifting presence for someone if not many. :)