📚 Pump Up Your Book Presents Ghosts of Old Virginny Virtual Book Publicity Tour

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Pump Up Your Book is pleased to bring you Milla van der Have’s GHOSTS OF OLD VIRGINNY Blog Tour July 10 – 14!

Ghosts of Old Virginny

Inside the Book

Title: GHOSTS OF OLD VIRGINNY
Author: Milla van der Have
Publisher: Aldrich Press (imprint of Kelsay Books)
Pages: 42
Genre: Poetry

BOOK BLURB:

Virginia city, Nevada has been drawing the adventurous for over 100 years. It has been the home of gold-miners, businessmen and writers. After the bonanza, Virginia City reinvented herself and became a ghost town that draws travelers and artists. And, as it happened, a Dutch poet.

Milla van der Have visited Virginia City in 2014, on a writer’s residency to finish her novel. But once there, something happened: the Comstock got to her. In Ghosts of Old Virginny Van der Have explores the legends and history of the Comstock by reimagining them. These poems deal with being uprooted and leaving the known behind. They speak of miners, ghosts and horses and throughout of the comfortable tension of love, that greatest journey of all.

You can purchase your copy of Ghosts of Old Virginny at Amazon.

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Meet the Author

Milla van der Have

Milla van der Have (1975) wrote her first poem at 16, during a physics class. She has been writing ever since. One of her short stories won a New Millennium Fiction Award. In 2015 she published Ghosts of Old Virginny, a chapbook of poems about Virginia City. Milla lives and works in Utrecht, The Netherlands.

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Tour Schedule

Monday, July 10

Book Review at Bound 4 Escape

Interview at Nuttin’ But Books

Tuesday, July 11

Interview at The Writer’s Life

Book Review at Books, Reviews, ETC.

Wednesday, July 12

Book Review at T’s Stuff

Thursday, July 13

Book Review at The Book Connection

Friday, July 14

Book Review at The World of the Blue Bells Chronicles

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