Thursday, September 23, 2021

VBT: Far Beyond Woman Suffrage by David McCracken

Congratulations to  tour winner Ann F.
Thank you for your interest in hosting this tour, but all stops have been filled.

Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual Book Tour for Far Beyond Woman Suffrage by David McCracken, a alt-history/coming of age available now. The tour will run October 18 - October 29, and David McCracken 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.

David McCracken will be awarding a $10 Amazon or Barnes and Noble GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour.
Far Beyond Woman Suffrage: The Prices of the Vote

It isn’t just about women in long skirts finally voting. The racists and the rich know that, and the politicians worry. Mercy Martin has an inside view as the battle for woman suffrage nears a climax, but she encounters many puzzles: - So many women and Southern states oppose votes for women; - So many people are afraid it would bring on free love, abandonment of family, economic catastrophe, or communism. - So many suffragists are willing to abandon black women voters.

From an innocent teen to a young adult, Mercy has a central role in the campaign. She advances from confinement in a suffragist jail cell to the national campaign for the suffrage amendment. She campaigns around Tennessee, ending at the capitol for the explosive climax in the last state that might ratify the amendment and grant the vote to women. Why should something so clearly right be so hard, and why were some bitter compromises made? Mercy is right in the middle, relied on by key players. Along the way, she acquires a husband, a baby, and better parents than she was born with.

This is an intimate view via alternative historical fiction, as accurate as it can be and as thoughtful and moving as it must be. In this first novella of a series, Mercy jumps into the campaign for woman suffrage and prepares for a vital role in the coming decades. She’ll continue on into the wider civil rights struggle growing out of woman suffrage.

October 18: Lisa Haselton's Reviews and Interviews
October 19: Novels Alive
October 20: Fabulous and Brunette
October 21: Hope. Dreams. Life... Love
October 22: Viviana MacKade
October 22: Lisa's Reading
October 25: Literary Gold
October 26: All the Ups and Downs
October 27: Andi's Book Reviews
October 28: The Avid Reader
October 28: Long and short Reviews
October 29: Rogue's Angels
October 29: Westveil Publishing