Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Virtual Book Tour: Special Levels of Earthly Hell by Merry Freer

Congratulations to Sharon E., winner of the tour prize and to Straight From the Library, the host winner.

Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual Book Tour for Special Levels of Earthly Hell (Subtitled: The Story of One Family's Chilling Struggle with Demonic Possession) by Merry Freer, a supernatural/occult/horror available now. The tour will run June 27, 2016 to July 22, 2016, and Merry is available for guest post and interviews. A ePub and Mobi copy of the book is available for review in conjunction with a guest post or interview.

Merry will be awarding a $20 Amazon or B/N GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour, and a $20 Amazon or B/N GC to a randomly drawn host.

Drew Collins experiences the world in black and white. As an educated man of science, he rejects belief in the paranormal and the existence of demons. Until an evil energy he calls "The Beast" repeatedly enters his bedroom at night and takes possession of his wife's body.

What he witnesses at night in his own bedroom cannot be reconciled with science. And yet he sees it with his own eyes, feels its presence, ominous and evil, with his entire being.

Against every instinct, Drew reaches out for help. It is not just his marriage that’s at stake. The evil force has invaded his wife's family, tearing them apart and culminating in bloodshed and murder. Drew must face a stark choice: sacrifice his belief that the world is a rational place and fight an entity he doesn’t understand and is reluctant to label, or abandon his wife and her family.

Author's Note to the Reader: Sadly, the most frightening and brutal events in this book are factual. The story is loosely based on one family's experience with multiple tragedies, some of them "ripped from the headlines." It is also an excruciatingly factual account of one man's experience with a loved one who is possessed by a demonic presence. However, it transcends genre and is as much a tale of romance, of cultural barriers, of abuse, and of family drama, as it is of demonic possession.The link between the introduction of an evil spirit and the heartbreaking misfortunes that are visited on the family is left for the reader to decide.

June 27: Christine Young
June 28: Where the Story Comes First
June 29: Lisa Haselton's Reviews and Interviews
June 30: Blog of Jacey Holbrand
July 1: Nickie's Views and Interviews
July 11: The Avid Reader - review only
July 12: Straight from the Library
July 13: The Silver Dagger Scriptorium - review only
July 14: Laurie's Thoughts and Reviews
July 15: Readeropolis
July 18: The Broke Book Bank
July 19: Long and Short Reviews
July 20: Dark Treasury
July 21: Fuonlyknew- review
July 22: Author C.A.Milson


Christine Young said...


Auden Johnson said...

Dark Treasury can host a guest post on July 20.

Unknown said...

Where the Story Comes First can host on June 28. Guest Post. Topic for the author to answer is: What sparked the idea for the story? Thanks! C.R. Moss

The Avid Reader said...

I would like to review on July 11th @The Avid Reader

Jacey Holbrand said...

I would love to host on June 30 with a guest blog. Author to answer ~ How did you get your start in writing and what fuels you to continue?

Unknown said...

The Broke Book Bank can host July 18th. Guest Post Questions/Ideas: This is based on a true story, can you tell us about your research into this family? What liberties have you taken with the story?

Or: What's one thing you'd like readers to know before reading and what do you want them to take away from it after reading?

Brooke Banks

Unknown said...

fuonlyknew can host a review (mobi) and guest post on July 21st.

Topic for guest post. Why did you choose this event to wrote about and have you ever experienced a paranormal occurrence.


Lisa Haselton said...

I'd like to host on June 29 with an interview at Reviews and Interviews. thank you!

Nickie Fleming said...

I could take July 1st with a guest blog at Nickie's Views and Interviews. Thanks!

Midnight Book Reader said...

I can host a review anytime in July!

Anonymous said...

July 22nd