D. Wallace Peach is celebrating her latest release Liars and Thieves with a whistle stop tour aboard the book launch train… with some great stations along the way…find out where she will be on the route…
Welcome to Launch Central for Liars and Thieves, the opening book of the fantasy series: Unraveling the Veil.
Thank you to all the wonderful bloggers who offered their support and encouragement, and a special thank you to everyone who agreed to share the news on your blogs. I am overwhelmed by your kindness.
First, a little Happy Dance from your hostess:
Then help yourselves to some refreshments:
And hop aboard the goblin railship.
Below is a list of tour locations. Click on the blue link to get to the blog site and learn a unique tidbit about the book.
And while you’re there, I hope you’ll take the time to visit the posts of these generous and talented bloggers and writers.
Without further ado, let’s get this show on the road!
Check out: A First Review of Liars and Thieves!
Jacqui’s Book: Against All Odds
A Post from Cage: Diaballein
Cage’s Book: Diaballein
Q&A: Does Liars and Thieves have a map?
A Post from Kennedy: The Lost Train Anthology: New release
Kennedy’s Book: Miss Liv Adventures Book Series
Q&A: Your goblins aren’t stereotypical goblins. How did that come about?
A Post from Kayla: Top Ten Tuesday: Kayla’s Top Ten Audiobook Pick
Q&A: Which character was the most interesting to write?
A Post from Staci – Five Cover Reveals
Q&A: Fantasy is a broad genre. Can you narrow down the description of this series?
Kim’s Book: Diary of a Middle-Aged Mermaid
Q&A: How do changelings shift into animal shapes?
Miriam’s Book: Songs of Heartstrings: Poems of Gratitude and Beatitude
Q&A: Do you have an image that shows a goblin city?
A Post from A. S.: Why I haven’t read your book
Q&A: On and off, Talin spends a decade as Slink, a marten. What’s a marten?
Q&A: This series took almost 3 years to write. Why?
A Post from Liz: Where the Story Wants to Go
Liz’s Book: Telling Sonny
Q&A: Do you create the plot to suit your characters, or do you create the characters to drive the plot? Or a bit of both?
Andrea’s Book: Miira (book 1 of Innerscape)
A Post from Jan: Sunshine Blogger Award!
Jan’s Book: Flowers and Stone
Q&A: Do you write for a specific audience?
Catch up with Diana so far and also discover where she will be tomorrow onwards