Curiosity Quills is excited to announce the blog tour for Ann Noser’s new-adult, urban-fantasy How to Date Dead Guys,which is released July 15th, 2014. Between July 14th - August 7th you’ll find interviews, and guest posts about How to Date Dead Guys. Additionally, for the whole of the tour, there will be a Rafflecopter giveaway with 15 fabulous prizes on offer, and a Goodreads giveaway in which you could win a paperback copy of the book.
7/14/2014: Diane Riggins at A Creative Mind with a Review
7/14/2014: Mallory Anne-Marie Forbes at Mallory Heart Reviews with Guest Post “I Know What You Read Last Summer.”
7/14/2014: Erika at Wonderful Monster with an Interview
7/16/2014: Kathy at Ordinary Girlz Book Reviews with a Guest Post about Ghost Busters
7/16/2014: Sandra “Jeanz” at JeanzBookReadNReview with an Interview
7/16/2014: Elsie Elmore at Elsie Elmore with an Interview
7/18/2014: Ali at My Guilty Obsession with a Review
7/18/2014: Sarit at Coffee, Books & Art with a Guest Post
7/18/2014: Cassandra McCann at Cassandra M’s Place with a Book Spotlight
7/18/2014: Gina at Behind the Pages with an Interview
7/22/2014: Mary Bernse at Read It Write with a Review
7/22/2014: Jessica Miller at I Read to Relax with a Guest Post titled Thank U
7/22/2014: Ashley Finnegan at Love, Laugh, and Read with a Book Spotlight
7/23/2014: Chelsea at To Each Their Own Reviews with a Review
7/23/2014: Danielle Young at Consuming Worlds with a Guest Post about how Editing Requires A “Green Thumb.”
7/24/2014: Siobhán at Totally Bookalicious with a Review
7/24/2014: Donna & Melanie at Book Passion for Life with a Guest Post about how You Are What You Eat
7/24/2014: Vicki Trask at Writer of Wrongs with an Interview
7/25/2014: Babel at Lieraia with a Guest Post about How to juggle witchcraft, murderous rivers and ghosts, and still look good to date
7/25/2014: Lexi at Book Bliss with a Book Spotlight
7/25/2014: K.A. Last at K.A. Last with a Book Spotlight
7/28/2014: Shandy at Mama Knows Books with a Review
7/28/2014: Trisha Ratliff at Reader life with Trisha Ratliff with Guest Post Take Me To The River
7/28/2014: Katie Teller at Katie’s Stories with an Interview
7/29/2014: Elle Klass at The Troubled Oyster with a Review
7/31/2014: Amberr Meadows at Like a Bump on a Blog with a Guest Post about Writing Tips
7/31/2014: Meradeth Houston at Write Stuff with a Book Spotlight
7/31/2014: Merisha Abbott at Blissful Book Reviews with a Guest Post about Emma’s Life In Movie Quotes
8/4/2014: Julie Whiteley at The Book Review with a Review
8/4/2014: Charlie Anderson at Girl of 1000 Wonders with a Guest Post about how Google Image Might Be My Favorite Thing On The Internet
8/4/2014: Michael Anthony at Writer’s Outworld with an Interview
8/5/2014: Mike Kalmbach at Reading Minnesota with a Book Spotlight
8/5/2014: Danielle Allen at Celiac Sanctuary and Words Behind Moments with an Interview
8/6/2014: DJ Westerfield at The CurvyWriter Blog with Guest Post So You Want To Play With Magic?
8/6/2014: Jessica Walsh at Musings A Character Interview
8/7/2014: Olubukola at Hey, Book Lover! with a Review
8/7/2014: Bella at Paranormal Book Club with a Book Spotlight
8/7/2014: Kristin D. Van Risseghem at My Blogity Blog with a Interview
8/7/2014: Debbie Wentlein at I Heart YA Books with a Book Spotlight
Goodreads Book Giveaway
by Ann M. Noser
Giveaway ends August 14, 2014. See the giveaway details at Goodreads.
About How to Date Dead Guys:
Series: Under The Blood Moon
Genre: urban-fantasy, paranormal
Publisher: Curiosity Quills Press
Date of Publication: July 15th, 2014
Cover Artist: Alexandria Thompson
College sophomore Emma Roberts remembers her mother’s sage advice: “don’t sleep around, don’t burp in public, and don’t tell anyone you see ghosts”. But when charming Mike Carlson drowns in the campus river under her watch, Emma’s sheltered life shatters.
Blamed for Mike’s death and haunted by nightmares, Emma turns to witchcraft and a mysterious Book of Shadows to bring him back. Under a Blood Moon, she lights candles, draws a pentacle on the campus bridge, and casts a spell. The invoked river rages up against her, but she escapes its fury. As she stumbles back to the dorm, a stranger drags himself from the water and follows her home. And he isn’t the only one.
Instead of raising Mike, Emma assists the others she stole back from the dead—a pre-med student who jumped off the bridge, a desperate victim determined to solve his own murder, and a frat boy Emma can’t stand…at first. More comfortable with the dead than the living, Emma delves deeper into the seductive Book of Shadows. Her powers grow, but witchcraft may not be enough to protect her against the vengeful river and the killers that feed it their victims.
Inspired by the controversial Smiley Face Murders, HOW TO DATE DEAD GUYS will ignite the secret powers hidden deep within each of us.
Add How to Date Dead Guys to your Goodreads ‘to-be-read’ list.
About Ann Noser:
My to-do list dictates that I try to cram 48 hours of living into a day instead of the usual 24. I’ve chosen a life filled with animals. I train for marathons with my dog, then go to work as a small animal veterinarian, and finish the day by tripping over my pets as I attempt to convince my two unruly children that YES, it really IS time for bed. But I can’t wait until the house is quiet to write; I have to steal moments throughout the day. Ten minutes here, a half hour there, I live within my imagination.
Like all busy American mothers, I multi-task. I work out plot holes during runs. Instead of meditating, I type madly during yoga stretches. I find inspiration in everyday things: a beautiful smile, a heartbreaking song, or a newspaper article on a political theory. For example, a long drive in the dark listening to an NPR program on the SMILEY FACE MURDERS theory made me ask so many questions that I wrote HOW TO DATE DEAD GUYS to answer them to my satisfaction.
I’d love to have more time to write (and run, read, and sleep), but until I find Hermione Granger’s time turner, I will juggle real life with the half-written stories in my head. Main characters and plot lines intertwine in my cranium, and I need to let my writing weave the tales on paper so I can find out what happens next.
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