Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Virtual Book Tour: Synapse by Kat Duncan

Congratulations to Deb Pelletier who won the contest for $15 in Irish items, and to Carrie Ann Ryan's Blog who won a $10 Amazon GC for being the host with the most comments!

Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual Book Tour for Kat Duncan's romantic suspense novel, Synapse. The tour will run from January 23 - January 27, 2012 and Kat is available for guest posts or interviews. Additionally, a PDF of the story is available for review in conjunction with a post or interview.

Kat will be awarding gift basket worth over $15 of Irish items to one randomly drawn commenter (US/Canada only please) and a $10 Amazon GC to the blog host with the most comments (excluding the host's and Kat's).

Stalked by a killer bent on stealing her laboratory notebook, scientist Molly Augur is desperate to figure out who she can and cannot trust. With the help of co-researcher Bill Banely, she uses DNA technology she invented to prove she can release hidden ancestral memories. In the brain synapses of her mind she finds one person who may know the truth - her long dead ancestor, Mailsi, whose life memories have been recorded in the depths of Molly’s genes.

Ancient passions and betrayals come alive and collide with the present when Molly discovers philanthropist Dr. Philman, with a secret billion dollar need for the technology only she possesses could be the one after her notebook. And Bill, whose wandering heart she has finally won, is working for Philman. In the face of limitless money, what is the value of Bill’s love? Or the value of her life? The answers lie deep within the synapses of her mind.

January 23: Good Family Reads
January 24: Book Bags and Cat Naps
January 25: BK Walker Books Etc. CANCELLED
January 26: Rachel Brimble Romance
January 26: STOP #2 LASR: Guest Blog
January 27: Carrie Ann Ryan's Blog


Rachel Brimble said...

I can offer an interview for Jan 26th.


Carrie Ann Ryan said...

I can do a post on Jan 27th.

Topic: Finding Romance in Science