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Curious (3 novels in 1) book tour schedule - 1st December 2014

I'm so excited about releasing my three YA novels in one bundle. Just in time for Christmas too. And just like Santa likes to go on tour at this time of year, so does my novel Curious (3 novels in 1) want to go on tour

Here's a list so far of the tour hosts. If you're interested in featuring this YA bundle of supernatural reading please follow this link to sign up.

What's so great about this book? For a starts it's over 500 pages of 5 star YA novels. But here's more reasons.
 
  • The Bird with the Broken Wing and Feedback are bestsellers on OmniLit.
  • Feedback ranked #20 on Amazon Kindle
  • Little Red Gem was runner up at Paranormal Cravings Best YA Standalone book 2013
  • Little Red Gem's book trailer featured on USA Today website.

There are also banner ads on book review sites and newsletters going out, so there's plenty of coverage to help divert traffic to your site.

It's such a pleasure for me to have Paranormal Cravings host this tour of the book they helped make #2. I hop eyou can join us. It's easy to sign up.

  • And there are review copies up for grabs but only if you sign up through Paranormal Cravings.
  • Plus there will be a giveaway.



Book tour – Dec 1st 2014


Hosted through Paranormal Cravings













Plus featured on these great author sites






 
 
Curious (3 novels in 1)
Out December 1st, 2014

 
Tag line:
Three full length novels in one supernatural collection.
 
 
Book blurb:
Three full length novels in one supernatural collection. 

In THE BIRD WITH THE BROKEN WING, a guardian angel finds herself trapped in Purgatory with a young soldier she was assigned to watch over. She knows the terrible secret that's keeping him trapped in limbo, but can't understand why she's stuck with him.
 
In FEEDBACK, three teenagers receive the organs of deceased CIA agent and take on the task of completing the mission the spy died midway through, that of deactivating bacteria bombs threatening millions of lives.
 
In LITTLE RED GEM, bad advice from a ghost, magic courtesy of an unsuspecting half-sister, and a televised music talent show see this teen make more of a mess in death than she ever made in life.
 
That's over 500 pages of action, drama, adventure, teen issues, and romance in one unputdownable book.
 
Tags/Labels:
paranormal, teen romance, ghosts, witches, magic, music, paranormal romance, curses, science-fiction, spy adventure, teen issues, spy thriller, urban fantasy, Purgatory, guardian angels, angels



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