{Virtual Book Tour} Pump Up Your Book Presents Layers of Veronica Virtual Book Publicity Tour

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Pump Up Your Book is pleased to bring you Emilia Rutigliano’s Layers of Veronica virtual book tour January 6 – March 28!

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ABOUT NAPOLEON: BOOK 1 IN LAYERS OF VERONICA SERIES

Napoleon 7 Title: Napoleon
Genre: Women’s Fiction with an Attitude
Author: Emilia Rutigliano
Publisher: Emilia Rutigliano
Pages: 387
Language: English
Format: Kindle

They say that when a student is ready, a teacher appears.

What they don’t say is where to register, and how to matriculate in that teacher’s class.

That is a divine gift.

Veronica had it all:  the looks; the brains; the personality; and the wardrobe.  Not to mention a perfect husband, a fabulous career and two adorable children, until the perfect husband leaves her for another woman.

Thus begin the daily routines of a typical New York City immigrant with ambition whose teachers keep appearing, and for whom divine interventions keep affording new opportunities.

Though it starts like ordinary connections going through the tried and true, each relationship continues to delve into parts of her own universe that Veronica didn’t know existed.  A universe that is suddenly open to her.

This is a different kind of heroine…

Welcome to the New American Dream, Dare to Dream…

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OTHER BOOKS IN THE SERIES: FAIRYTALES (BOOK 2)

Fairytales 7 Veronica’s story continues.

Ever wonder why there is so much gore in the storybooks that we read to our children?  Is it because it is appropriate preparation for life?

Amidst the balls, and gowns and champagne … there are evil stepmothers and death and disease.  There are also valiant princes, and kindly matriarchs and enchanted lands.  There is no alternate reality though.  It is still modern day New York… and Paris, of course.

Still, Veronica needs to get up and go to work, and take the kids to school, and play nice with the ex’s new wife.  But each layer is enchanted with its own romance… and its own lover becomes a benevolent wizard.  There’s Ben… and Jeremy… and Edmonde.  And then there’s KD.  Why choose?

These are the games your mama never taught you.  These are men’s games played by a woman.  And a woman is only eligible to play when she is taught to see the world differently.  It isn’t just a matter of calculations… it is a matter of nobility.  What Jeremy taught in NAPOLEON, becomes a world of experience in FAIRTYATLES.

They say you only love once… but that isn’t a fact for Veronica.   Each of her bedmates offers her and demands from her something different.

What starts out as a parochial life, with known participants and variables, is unveiled with more and more opportunities.  Each comes with a privilege and an obligation – and Veronica has never shirked an obligation.  Not even in a fairytale.

It’s all connected… just on a higher layer.

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PETALS (BOOK 3)

Petals 7 Veronica’s story continues.

The prettiest of blooms commence with the nurturing of the seed?  In PETALS… Veronica’s life goes global, and she unites her family with the aristocracy around her, without self- betrayal.

Physical recovery post trauma is not the difficult part.  How do you heal the other parts of you?   And what if you were stupid enough to throw out the healer in your life?

Every relationship takes work.  Every relationship is a lesson.  Each has a depth.

Where NAPOLEON and FAIRYTALES opened a magical kingdom dominated and ruled by men… PETALS reveals the same monarchy ruled by women.   There is a new perspective on the same world, and the same characters.  Relating to women, and taking your place among the nobility requires a lot… and not at all a marriage or blueblood.

But of course it wouldn’t be Veronica’s life…if there weren’t more lovers, more galas, more jewels and of course… more heartbreak…

It is a fun journey.    What it isn’t — is a known destination.

 

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Discuss this book in our PUYB Virtual Book Club at Goodreads by clicking HERE.

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ABOUT EMILIA RUTIGLIANO

Emilia Rutigliano Emilia I. Rutigliano scored fiftieth percentile on her SATs… and on her LSATs… and on her BAR…Sigh…

But she nevertheless survived, and seems to be doing OK. She practices Law read lore) in Brooklyn, New York (read Nu Yawk). She was born in the former Soviet Union, and emigrated in 1979. She is happily married to the same crazy Italian she’s been with since college, who suffers from a severe addition to travel (still in acute form). Together they are doing a somewhat passable job with their three precious darlings (who are now teenagers, thus elaboration is not necessary).

Which is why Emilia writes about Veronica. Veronica, though… is interesting. And Emilia knows interesting.

So she weaved the tale about the interesting characters, places and events from her own life. It is remarkable how if you choose to view a subject objectively, it becomes downright artistically gorgeous. So Emilia views and shows Brooklyn Russians as gorgeous, and the Barese intricacies as gorgeous, and she even tolerates Paris, Singapore, Vietnam and Malaysia for the reader’s interests.

Thank you, dear reader, for tolerating these scenes….

LAYERS OF VERONICA IS ON FACEBOOK…LIKE US.

Her first book in the Layers of Veronica series is Napoleon.

Visit Emilia Rutigliano’s website at www.layersofveronica.com.

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Monday, January 6

Interview at The Writer’s Life

Tuesday, January 7

Book Featured at Examiner

Wednesday, January 8

Interview at I’m Shelf-ish

Friday, January 10

Book Featured at Margay Leah Justice

Monday, January 13

Book Featured at The Fiction Enthusiast

Tuesday, January 14

Book Featured at Mina’s Bookshelf

Wednesday, January 15

Interview at Acting Balanced

Guest Blogging at Icefairy’s Treasure Chest

Thursday, January 16

Interview at Deal Sharing Aunt

Friday, January 17

Guest Blogging at Lori’s Reading Corner

Monday, January 20

Interview at Straight From the Author’s Mouth

Tuesday, January 21

Book Review at Hanging Off the Wire

Monday, January 27

Interview at Review From Here

Thursday, January 30

Book Trailer Reveal at As the Page Turns

Monday, February 3

Book Trailer Featured at Pump Up Your Book

Tuesday, February 4

Book Review at Mom in Love with Fiction

Wednesday, February 5

Interview at The Book Connection

Thursday, February 6

Book Review at Storeybook Reviews

Friday, February 7

Interview at Authors to Watch

Tuesday, February 11

Interview at The Dark Phantom

Wednesday, February 12

Interview at As the Page Turns

Thursday, February 13

Guest Blogging at The Busy Mom’s Daily

Friday, February 14

Interview at SheWrites

Monday, February 17

Interview at Examiner

Tuesday, February 18

Book Featured at Book Reviews by Kathy

Wednesday, February 19

Interview at Blogcritics

Thursday, February 20

Guest Blogging at Confessions of a Reader

Monday, February 24

Interview at PUYB Virtual Book Club

Tuesday, February 25

Guest Blogging at The Book Bag

Wednesday, February 26

Book Review at Our Families Adventure

Thursday, February 27

Book Featured at Plug Your Book!

Friday, February 28

Interview at The Book Rack

Monday, March 3

Guest Blogging at WV Stitcher

Tuesday, March 4

Book Trailer Featured at If Books Could Talk

Wednesday, March 5

Guest Blogging at The Book Faerie Reviews

Thursday, March 6

Book Trailer Reveal at Beyond the Books

Friday, March 7

Guest Blogging at The Story Behind the Book

Monday, March 10

Book Review & Guest Blogging at Crystal’s Many Reviewers

Tuesday, March 11

Interview at Literarily Speaking

Thursday, March 13

Interview at Between the Covers

Friday, March 14

Book Featured at As the Pages Turn

Tuesday, March 18

Book Featured at Garden of Books

Wednesday, March 19

Book Featured at Authors & Readers Book Corner

Thursday, March 20

Guest Blogging at Authors & Readers Book Corner

Monday, March 24

Book Featured at Offbeat Vagabond

Wednesday, March 26

Book Review at Moonlight Reader

Thursday, March 27

Book Review at Celtic Lady’s Reviews

Friday, March 28

Book Review at Bibliotica

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