Posts Tagged ‘literary fiction book’

Pump Up Your Book Presents Plant Teacher Virtual Book Publicity Tour

Join Caroline Alethia, author of the literary political  fiction novel, Plant Teacher, as she virtually tours the blogosphere April 2 – May 25 on her first virtual book tour with Pump Up Your Book! ABOUT CAROLINE ALETHIA Caroline Alethia is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in newspapers, magazines, on radio and in web outlets. Her words have reached audiences on six continents. She lived in Bolivia and was a witness to many of the events described in Plant Teacher. You can visit her website at www.plantteacherthebook.net. Website | Twitter | Facebook | Amazon | Amazon Kindle Store | Official Tour Page ABOUT PLANT TEACHER Hailed by Huffington
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Questions in the Silence Virtual Book Publicity Tour January 2012

Join Karen Glick, author of the literary fiction novel, Questions in the Silence (CreateSpace), as she virtually tours the blogosphere January 3 – 27 2012 on her first virtual book tour with Pump Up Your Book! About Karen Glick Karen Glick lives outside of Philadelphia. She is a clinical psychologist whose other interests include writing, painting, and acting. When not feverishly engaged in these pursuits, she enjoys spending time with her four children, husband, cavalier king charles spaniels and cats. Karen has just published her first novel, Questions in the Silence. You can visit her website at http://www.bellalunavoicecompany.com/. Website | Blog | Twitter | Facebook |  Goodreads | Amazon
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You Never Know Virtual Book Publicity Tour September 2011

Join Lilian Duval, author of the literary fiction, You Never Know: Tales of Tobias, an Accidental Lottery Winner (Wheatmark, Inc.), as she virtually tours the blogosphere September 5  – 30 2011 on her second virtual book tour with Pump Up Your Book! About Lilian Duval Lilian Duval was born in New York City to French-speaking parents and went to public school with a French accent so thick that she was assigned to the slowest of four first-grade classes. “Thunder, not TUNDER!” the teacher scolded her in front of the class. “Mother, not MUDDER!” “I got rid of my accent all right,” Lilian says in perfectly generic American English. “I
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