Thursday, July 9, 2015

NBTM: Love, Loss and Longing in the Age of Reagan: Diary of a Mad Club Girl by Iris Dorbian

Congratulations to Danielle C., winner of the tour prize

Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual Name Before the Masses Tour for Love, Loss and Longing in the Age of Reagan: Diary of a Mad Club Girl by Iris Dorbian, a New Adult novel available now. The tour will run every Thursday for 8 weeks starting on August 27, and Iris Dorbian is available for guest post and interviews. A PDF copy of the book is available for review in conjunction with a guest post or interview.

Iris Dorbian will be awarding a $20 Amazon/BN to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour.

It's the early 1980s, MTV is in its infancy, the Internet does not exist, Ronald Reagan is president and yuppies are ruling Wall Street. Edie is a naïve NYU student desperate to lose her virginity and to experience adventure that will finally make her worldly, setting her further apart from her bland suburban roots. But in her quest to mold herself into an ideal of urban sophistication, the New Jersey-born co-ed gets more than she bargained for, triggering a chain of events that will have lasting repercussions.

August 27: The Blog of C.R. Moss
August 27: Undercover Book Reviews - review only
September 3: BooksChatter
September 10: Lisa Haselton's Reviews and Interviews
September 17: Blog of author Jacey Holbrand
September 24: Archaeolibrarian - I dig good books!
October 1: Please Pass The Books
October 1: Romantic Fanatic - review only
October 8: Books Direct
October 15: Mythical Books
October 15: Writer Wonderland


Books Chatter said...

BooksChatter can host 3 September. Author Q&A please

Books Chatter said...

forgot the URL:

C.R. Moss said...

August 27 please. Guest post. Author can answer, how did you become a writer and what inspired you in regard to the story you're promoting?

Peggy Salkill said...

undercover book reviews

Jacey Holbrand said...

I would like to host on September 17. The guest post topic is: What is the best and most rewarding thing you find about being a writer? Want to share what you think is the worst and most frustrating thing you find about being a writer?

Lisa Haselton said...

I'd like to host on Sept 10 with an interview at Reviews and Interviews. thanks!

Archaeolibrarian I Dig Good Books! said...

We can host on 24th September :)

Lynda Dickson said...

October 8
Books Direct
Guest post on any topic.

pleasepassthebooks said...

Please Pass The Books
October 1st
Guest Post on any (clean) topic.

morgan said...

October 15
Blog Topic-Challenges of writing in the not so long ago past
Writer Wonderland