Saturday, August 26, 2017

NBTM: Saving Nary by Carol DeMent



Thank you for your interest in hosting this tour, but all stops have been filled.

Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual Name Before the Masses Tour for Saving Nary by Carol DeMent, a fiction novel available now. The tour will run every Thursday for 16 weeks starting on September 7, and Carol DeMent 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.

Carol DeMent will be awarding $10 Amazon/BN GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour.
A Finalist in the 2017 Next Generation Indie Book Awards, Saving Nary explores the losses, loyalties and secrets held within families broken by war and genocide. This compelling novel presents a palette of unique characters who struggle to make sense of the events that led them to America, even as they ponder the bewildering culture and lifestyle of their new homeland.

Refugee Khath Sophal lost everything when the Khmer Rouge swept into power in Cambodia: his livelihood gone, his family dead or missing; his sanity barely intact from the brutality he has been forced to witness.

Now resettled in the Pacific Northwest, Khath treads a narrow path between the horrors of his past and the uncertainties of the present. His nights are filled with twisted dreams of torture and death. By day he must guard constantly against the flashbacks triggered by the simple acts of daily living, made strange in a culture he does not understand.

Then Khath meets Nary, a mysterious and troubled Cambodian girl whose presence is both an aching reminder of the daughters he has lost, and living proof that his girls, too, could still be alive. Nary’s mother Phally, however, is another matter. A terrible suspicion grows in Khath’s mind that Phally is not who or what she claims to be. A split develops in the community between those who believe Phally and those who believe Khath. And those, it seems, who don’t really care who is right but just want to stir up trouble for their own personal gain.

Khath’s search for the truth leads him to the brink of the brutality he so despises in the Khmer Rouge. His struggle to wrest a confession from Phally ultimately forces him to face his own past and unravel the mystery of his missing daughters. 
September 7: Laurie's Thoughts and Reviews
September 14: Christine Young
September 21: Long and Short Reviews
September 28: Lisa Haselton's Reviews and Interviews
October 5: T's Stuff
October 5: Author C.A.Milson
October 12: Beyond Romance
October 19: Hope. Dreams. Life... Love
October 26: Dina Rae's Write Stuff
November 2: Locks, Hooks and Books- review only
November 9: Independent Authors
November 16: Readeropolis
November 30: Jennifer C. Wilson: Paranormal Historical Fiction Author
December 7: Angels With Attitude Book Reviews
December 14: Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer
December 21: It's Raining Books
January 4: Mixed Book Bag

9 comments:

Christine Young said...

I CAN HOST SEPTEMBER 14

Laurie Jenkins said...

Laurie's Thoughts and Reviews can host on Sept 7th.

Lisa Haselton said...

I'd like to host on Sep 28 with an interview at Reviews and Interviews. thank you!

Teresa Noel said...

I can host with interview Oct 5
T's Stuff http://teresanoel.blogspot.com

Sue M. Van said...

Independent Authors is available any date needed.

C.A.J said...

October 5th

Lily Iona MacKenzie said...

Are there any Mondays available for an interview?

Lisabet Sarai said...

October 12th would be good. I would much prefer a guest post to an interview. If the author is looking for a topic, I'd love to know about her experience (if any) with Cambodia, and why she decided to write a book about the Khmer Rouge. (Beyond Romance, http://lisabetsarai.blogspot.com)

Dina Rae said...

I'lltake Oct. 5th.
Dina Rae
dinaraeswritestuff.blogspot.com
Please email me the material at blcsdina@gmail.com