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Sign up now for book tour for Earth Quarantined Nov 15 - 30, 2018

Earth Quarantined is the latest sci-fi series by the author of Welcome to the Apocalypse. The release date is November 15,  2018. You can sign up here to take part in the tour.

Book title:
Earth Quarantined

D L Richardson

sci-fi / alien occupation

World peace came, just not from this world.

The year is 2355. The deadly virus that killed millions of people is gone, thanks to the quarantine measures put in place by the Criterion, an alien species who appeared just in time to save the human race. In exchange for complying with their tough control measures, the Criterion promised us the technology for interstellar travel. We’ve done all they’ve asked, yet we’re still on Earth with no way of getting into deep space. The Criterion are lying to us. What they don’t know is that we’re lying to them.

Kethryn Miller is an award-winning actress, but nothing will prepare her for the role she’ll take on when a strange woman who shouldn’t be alive turns up in the city, threatening to expose the lies that have kept peace on Earth for 200 years.


Release date:
November 15

Online retailers: this book will be released to all online retailers from date of release - Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, iBooks, Smashwords.

Format: ebook and print

Tour dates:
TOUR DATES NOW EXTENDED - The tour runs for 7 days from November 15 to November 30, any day of the week.

There will also be a tour-wide Rafflecopter giveaway for both tour hosts and readers of a $15 giftcard (Amazon, B&N, Kobo, winner chooses!)

Special launch price of $2.99 on ebook (special price ends Nov 30 so you can safely book near the end of the tour).


Sign up now:
I'm taking signups for a release blitz tour, with excerpts, reviews, and a select number of interviews and guest posts. It's easy to sign up, simply complete the Google docs form here. Materials will be provided minimum a week before your tour date.

Reviews requests:
If you'd like to include a review of this book, ARCS will be available now. This is an option on the sign up form to request an Advance Review Copy.

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