The tour bus is rolling one final day! I think it’s going to head straight into the shop for a 100,000-mile tune-up after this.
4 Wills Publishing offers blog tours at very affordable rates and they have provided the final stops for me, as I conclude the Ghostly Interference Tour. And don’t forget! The book is on sale through January 22nd, so if you haven’t grabbed a copy yet, now’s the time! Just click on the highlighted title above for a purchase link.
On to my five hosts:
Rox Burkey is an RRBC member and part of a writing duo known as Breakfield and Burkey. They write techno-thrillers and draw from their twenty-five plus years of experience in the IT field to create their stories. The latest release, “Enigma Threat” is hot off the press and promises to be an edge-of-your-seat story with perhaps too much realism for comfort. We are discussing story-layering at her blog stop today. Come on over! Let’s eat an artichoke!
Jade, the Blog Tour Maven hosts authors. She generously devotes her blog to promoting others. At her stop today, we are talking about the similarities and differences between tradition and self-publishing. I’d love to hear from you!
Next, the bus stops in New York at Susanne Leist’s blog site. Susanne is an RRBC member and explores the otherworldly relations between Vampires and humans with her Dead Game Series. Her latest release, “Prey For The Dead,” wraps up the series with an epic battle between good and evil! We are discussing the three P’s of writing at her place, so come on over!
Shirley Harris Slaughter is one of the most supportive members of RRBC. She is always there with a hand-up and offering encouragement. Her latest book release, “Ronald L. Powell: Missing In Action” is a heart-wrenching tale of her brother who went to war and never returned leaving a lot of unanswered questions. At her blog stop, I am sharing five pieces of writing wisdom that I’ve learned the hard way over the years. I’d love to chat!
Charles W. Jones, another RRBC author, writes horror tales and writes them well. He can make the hair stand up on the back of your neck! His latest dystopian novel, “The Road To Saratin,” made my 2020 Top Ten List. The story gripped me from page one! We will be discussing sexual advances in the workplace at his stop today, so come on over.
Also, if you missed any of the stops so far you can still visit and join in the fun!
Day 3: Gwen Plano
Day 4: Joan Hall
Day 5: Mark Bierman
Day 6: Patty Perrin
Day 8: C.S. Boyack
Day 9: John W. Howell
Day 10: Debby Gies
Day ll: Harmony Kent
Day 12: Pete Springer
Day 13: Pat Garcia
Day 14: Judith Barrow
Day 15: Heather Kindt
Day 17: Yvette Calleiro
Day 19: Robbie Cheadle
Day 20: Kimberly Baer
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