Congratulations to Laura T., winner of the tour prize and to The Reading Addict, the host winner.
Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual Book Tour for The Mariya Suzuki Collection by Allison Spector, Dean Moses and Shannon Barnsley, a literary fiction, American Gothic, historical fiction, folklore and sci-fi horror available now from Black Hill Press. The tour will run December 28 – January 1, and Allison Spector, Dean Moses and Shannon Barnsley is available for guest post and interviews.
Allison Spector, Dean Moses and Shannon Barnsley will be awarding a copy of each of the 3 books in the collection, with at least 2 being signed to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour, and a $25 gift card Amazon/BN to a randomly drawn host.
“Druid zealots, conservative Christians, busking jugglers, hipster baristas—every group, subgroup, and underground subgroup finds a home in a little town known as the City of Subdued Excitement. And while life in the Evergreen Jungle usually means butting heads with a variety of vegans, hippies and ladies’ pinochle club-goers, there is one person that can bring them together: the most insufferable man in the Pacific Northwest. Using her sharpened wit, Spector invites readers into a world rife with scrumptious satire, slightly ruffled feathers, and utter madness.”
-Elise Portale, Editor
“In the tradition of Serling and Bradbury, A Stalled Ox is a gruesome, yet beautiful story that wraps a complex morality tale in an engaging and fast-paced horror story with a touch of espionage. Crafting a world where no one is truly innocent, Moses invites the reader to follow Agent Howard Harrington as he discovers what true evil is.”
-Shaunn Grulkowski, Editor
“Lara Rae Brecken, a young woman raised on the Irish fey stories passed down by her ancestors, dreams of the magic that lives just outside her normal perceptions. In bringing together tales from the homeland and life in an industrial society, Barnsley creates a layered world where the line between the harshness of reality and mythological impossibility is blurred. Written in a tone that is subtly haunting, the novella urges us to imagine that things are not always as they appear.”
-Rebecca Johnson, Editor
December 28: The Avid Reader
December 29: Laurie's Thoughts and Reviews
December 30: Unabridged Andra's
December 31: Room With Books
January 1: The Reading Addict