Friday, February 8, 2019

Review Tour: Discussion of a Decent Dream by E. Curtis

Congratulations to tour winner Anna P. and to host winner Just Books.

Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual REVIEW ONLY Tour for Discussion of a Decent Dream by E. Curtis, a 246 page Dark Fantasy available now from Edwardian Stainless Press. The tour will run every Wednesday for 4 weeks starting on June 19, 2019, and the book is available in PDF, mobi and ePub format.

E. Curtis will be awarding a $25 Amazon or B/N GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour. Additionally, Goddess Fish Promotions will be awarding a $5 Amazon GC to a randomly drawn host.

In the fall of 1789, on the western edge of the Yorkshire Dales, a dense, persistent fog enshrouds the village of Ingleton. Shadowed spirits hide in the mist and bedevil the townsfolk, heralding a tragedy that has befallen one of their own.

Edmond continues to search for Alexandra, his fiancée, who disappeared the same night that the mist set upon their town. Presumed dead by all others, he visits Alexandra's empty grave, desperate for any hint of what has become of her. Weary from the sleepless nights on his quest, no longer able to stay awake, Edmond falls into a dream before her headstone and there obtains clues from Alexandra as to her whereabouts.

Haunted all the while by a malevolent spirit, Edmond follows the trail that Alexandra left for him and enters the underworld, only to learn that he has been there before, and in fact, quite often. But more, he discovers how he is to blame for Alexandra's disappearance.

A dark literary novel rich in imagery, Discussion of a Decent Dream unearths the consequences of a child's decision to surrender his heart in exchange for unholy power and transcendent knowledge.

Discussion of a Decent Dream is a Finalist in Britain's Wishing Self Book Awards in the Adult category.

June 19: Kit 'N Kabookle
June 19: Our Town Book Reviews
June 26: JB's Bookworms with Brandy Mulder promo
June 26: The Avid Reader
July 10: Long and Short Reviews
July 17: Just Books