Friday, December 23, 2016

NBTM: Conjuring Zephyr by D. Lieber

Congratulations to tour winner Pam M. and to host winner T's Stuff.

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

Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual Name Before the Masses Tour for Conjuring Zephyr by D. Lieber, a Fantasy Romance available now from Black Rose Writing. The tour will run every Thursday for 12 weeks starting on January 12, and D. Lieber is available for guest post and interviews. A epub copy of the book is available for review in conjunction with a guest post or interview.

D. Lieber will be awarding a handmade bookmark (International Giveaway) to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour, and a handmade bookmark (International Giveaway) to a randomly drawn host.
Retreating underground to escape a devastating ice age, humans build a new society. When magic is discovered and harnessed for survival, the citizens of Terrenus establish theories and principles of how to use it.

Kai Stephenson is determined to prove magical principles aren’t set in stone. Having lost her younger brother in a tragic accident, she will ensure such accidents never harm anyone else. She enrolls at the most elite university to gain the knowledge she needs to achieve her goal. Overconfident that living as a boy at an all-boys university will only be a minor inconvenience, Kai is convinced her classmates will never discover that she’s a woman. After all, women aren’t capable of higher forms of magic, and her boyish figure certainly doesn’t hurt her disguise.

Hiding her true identity becomes a problem when her new friends start to awaken her repressed sexuality.
January 12: Christine Young
January 19: Romance Author Hear Me Roar
January 26: T's Stuff
February 2: Book Giveaways
February 9: Books,Dreams,Life
February 16: EskieMama Reads
February 23: BooksChatter
March 2: The Silver Dagger Scriptorium
March 9: The Avid Reader - review
March 16: Laurie's Interviews and Reviews
March 23: Readeropolis
March 30: Long and Short Reviews