📚 Pump Up Your Book Presents The Heatstroke Line Virtual Book Publicity Tour

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Pump Up Your Book is pleased to bring you Edward L. Rubin’s THE HEATSTROKE LINE virtual book tour January 3 – March 31!

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Inside the Book

Title: THE HEATSTROKE LINE
Author: Edward L. Rubin
Publisher: Sunbury Press
Pages: 223
Genre: Scifi/Cli-Fi (Climate Change Science Fiction)

Nothing has been done to prevent climate change, and the United States has spun into decline.   Storm surges have made coastal cities uninhabitable, blistering heat waves afflict the interior and, in the South (below the Heatstroke Line), life is barely possible.  Under the stress of these events and an ensuing civil war, the nation has broken up into three smaller successor states and tens of tiny principalities.  When the flesh-eating bugs that inhabit the South show up in one of the successor states, Daniel Danten is assigned to venture below the Heatstroke Line and investigate the source of the invasion.  The bizarre and brutal people he encounters, and the disasters that they trigger, reveal the real horror climate change has inflicted on America.

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Meet the Author

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Edward Rubin is University Professor of Law and Political Science at Vanderbilt University.  He specializes in administrative law, constitutional law and legal theory. He is the author of Soul, Self and Society:  The New Morality and the Modern State (Oxford, 2015); Beyond Camelot:  Rethinking Politics and Law for the Modern State (Princeton, 2005) and two books with Malcolm Feeley, Federalism:  Political Identity and Tragic Compromise (Michigan, 2011) and Judicial Policy Making and the Modern State:  How the Courts Reformed America’s Prisons (Cambridge, 1998).  In addition, he is the author of two casebooks, The Regulatory State (with Lisa Bressman and Kevin Stack) (2nd ed., 2013); The Payments System (with Robert Cooter) (West, 1990), three edited volumes (one forthcoming) and The Heatstroke Line (Sunbury, 2015) a science fiction novel about the fate of the United States if climate change is not brought under control. Professor Rubin joined Vanderbilt Law School as Dean and the first John Wade–Kent Syverud Professor of Law in July 2005, serving a four-year term that ended in June 2009. Previously, he taught at the University of Pennsylvania Law School from 1998 to 2005, and at the Berkeley School of Law from 1982 to 1998, where he served as an associate dean. Professor Rubin has been chair of the Association of American Law Schools’ sections on Administrative Law and Socioeconomics and of its Committee on the Curriculum. He has served as a consultant to the People’s Republic of China on administrative law and to the Russian Federation on payments law. He received his undergraduate degree from Princeton and his law degree from Yale.

He has published four books, three edited volumes, two casebooks, and more than one hundred articles about various aspects of law and political theory. The Heatstroke Line is his first novel.

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Tour Schedule

Tuesday, January 3

First Chapter Reveal & Tour Kick Off at Pump Up Your Book

Wednesday, January 4

Interview at The Huffington Post

Thursday, January 5

Book Featured at The Writer’s Life

Friday, January 6

Book Review at Books, Reviews, ETC.

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Monday, January 9

Book Featured at Hooked From Page One

Wednesday, January 11

Book Featured at Bound 2 Escape

Thursday, January 12

Book Featured at The Bookworm Lodge

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Monday, January 16

Interview at Confessions of an Eccentric Bookaholic

Wednesday, January 18

Book Featured at Books Dreams Life

Thursday, January 19

Book Featured at Books, Reviews, ETC.

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Monday, January 23

Guest Blogging at Dear Reader Love Author

Tuesday, January 24

Book Featured at Mello & June, It’s a Book Thang!

Book Featured at C.A. Milson’s Blog

Wednesday, January 25

Book Review at Reviews by Martha’s Bookshelf

Friday, January 27

Guest Blogging at Lori’s Reading Corner

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Monday, February 6

Guest Blogging at The Story Behind the Book

Tuesday, February 7

Book Featured at CBY Book Club

Wednesday, February 8

First Chapter Reveal at Read My First Chapter

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Monday, February 13

Interview at Literarily Speaking

Tuesday, February 14

Book Featured at My Book Launch

Wednesday, February 15

Book Featured at Rainy Day Reviews

Book Review at Sharing Links and Wisdom

Thursday, February 16

Book Featured at C.A. Milson’s Blog

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Monday, February 20

First Chapter Reveal at Beyond the Books

Tuesday, February 21

Book Featured at Reviews by Crystal

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Monday, February 27

Book Review at 100 Pages A Day

Tuesday, February 28

Guest Blogging at Mythical Books

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Monday, March 6

Interview at The Writer’s Life

Wednesday, March 8

Book Featured at Booklover Sue

Thursday, March 9

Interview at Book Bloggin’ Princess

Friday, March 10

Interview at PUYB Virtual Book Club

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Monday, March 13

Book Featured at Write and Take Flight

Tuesday, March 14

First Chapter Reveal at As the Pages Turn

Wednesday, March 15

Book Featured at Authors & Readers Book Corner

Thursday, March 16

Book Featured at Book Cover Junkie

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Monday, March 20

Book Featured at I’m Shelf-ish

Tuesday, March 21

Book Featured at SheWrites

Wednesday, March 22

Book Review at fuonlyknew

Thursday, March 23

Book Review at Good Family Reads

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Monday, March 27

Character Interview at Pimp That Character

Tuesday, March 28

Book Featured at As the Page Turns

Book Featured at Mello & June, It’s a Book Thang!

Wednesday, March 29

Book Featured at My Book Launch

Thursday, March 30

Interview at The Literary Nook

Friday, March 31

Book Review at Deal Sharing Aunt