Yeah! Tomorrow is the beginning of my blog barrage to promote my book. I should be stoked or chuffed or a teeny bit excited, instead I have a migraine, just thinking about it. The poor reviewers have had a runaround because of the recent MS crisis, so heaven knows what their reviews will say. To say I’m terrified is an understatement. I just hope they’re forgiving and understand the situation enough to judge the books fairly and pick up on it’s positive attributes, not on the oversights. Anyway, we’ll see.
I’ve included the tour information and whatnot for newer readers visiting today. Other’s of you have either read it or know about my book already – you can bypass this altogether if you prefer and skip to the ROW80 post below.
Finding Esta (The Supes Series #1)New Adult, Paranormal / Urban Fantasy Series
WordsinSync Publishing (Indie)
Released on December 16, 2012
Heat Level: Sweet
Word Count: 120,000
An unusual young woman and fledgling journalist, Luna has various restrictive oddities, all of which prevent any kind of physical intimacy. Abusive parents take pleasure in Luna’s misery and isolation, yet Luna strives to make them proud, to finally earn their elusive love – something she craves almost as much as the painless touch of a lover.
When she learns of a tragic story involving the kidnap of baby Esta, she jumps at the chance to investigate, dragging her Shadows along for the ride within the murky depths of her mind.
Meanwhile, a dark stranger visits Luna’s dreams and stalks her reality. In lieu of the real thing, their intimate moments excite rather than terrify. Nestled within his presence, she begins to sense an urgent message of danger – a message she struggles to interpret, until they finally meet….
Her investigations lead Luna to a vibrant seaside town, hiding copycat aliens and an underworld of Supernaturals. Here, she comes face-to-face with her own, terrifying identity. Confronted with life-changing decisions and the harshest of truths, Luna questions her sanity, searching for logic, feeling deceived by both.
Is Luna trapped in a newfound supernatural world, or within her own delusions? And will anyone care enough to save her?
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FIND ME ELSEWHERE:
Feb 4: Brianna’s Bookshelf
Feb 6: Danita Minnis
Feb 7: Pink Fluffy Hearts: Diary of a Coffee Addict
Feb 7: Veiled Secrets Reviews
Feb 8: Aspired Writer (Review)
Feb 8: Coffee Beans & Love Scenes
Feb 13: Deep In The Heart Romance
Feb 13: Sweet n’ Sassi (Review)
Feb 15: Janna Shay’s Fair Play
Feb 16: Musings of a Writing Reader
Feb 17: The Avid Reader
Feb 18: Kristy Centeno (Review)
Feb 18: Salacious Reads (Review)
Feb 18: Triad Literary
Follow this VBT (virtual book tour) to enter a contest at each participating stop for a chance to win an
eBook copy of “Finding Esta.”
More entries = more chances to win!
Contest is tour-wide, open internationally and ends Feb 23.
Must be 18 years of age or older to enter.
CLICK GIVEAWAY TO ENTER.
Shah the Willing Writer
Apart from blog posts and emails, and a few changes here and there on my MS, no actual writing. Well, I did say next week.
Shah the Marketing Wizz
Well, I think this is already apparent, as my main marketing has been in the preparation of my Virtual Blog Tour! See above. X
Shah the Imperfect Publisher
Still juggling research about getting around the TAX issue, and refining my MS. I’ve checked through it twice now, and think that once the lovely Shan has given me her notes, it’ll be as perfect as can be, without being perfect because, as I keep asking myself – what is? Once done, I’ll upload it at draft2digital, and I’ll get it formatted for print and up on Createspace. I need final measurements for my cover designer to get working on that. Looking forward to that as I’m going to buy a load of them and give them to my poor, unsuspecting family in April when I visit them in the UK. *Cheesy Grin Alert!*
Shah the Pro Blogger
I scheduled a few posts. One of which I’d love you to click on: “What if you couldn’t promote your book?” and share, in support of a very special woman and her child. A fellow indie author who lost her fight with cancer but not before she published her her blog about the last 7 months of her life. And extraordinary tale of strength and a huge inspiration to us all.
Still reading this book. Click this for my book review of Michel Prince’s ‘CHRYSALIS’
Shah the Fitness Superhero (or not?)
Forgot to put this on before, and although I’ve little to report other than keeping up with medication, eating lots of fish, cutting back on alcohol (apart from yesterday when we went for brunch with friends – here brunches are BIG events and last fours hours. You pay up front and eat/drink all your like. Trouble is I drank but didn’t really eat. Not a great mix and well, I’ve been suffering for it this morning. Here’s us at the brunch, a bit tipsy actually. Hiccup!
Our gang of over-indulgers.
Please click the link to find fabulous #Row80 participants HERE