Kevin Killeen, author of Never Hug a Nun, on tour in December ’12/January ’13

| October 31, 2012

About Never Hug a Nun Paperback: 182 pages Publisher: Blank Slate Press (December 8, 2012) AUTHOR’S MISSPENT BOYHOOD INSPIRES COMIC NOVEL ABOUT GROWING UP IN WEBSTER GROVES  From first crushes and cafeteria lines, hidden forts and secret passwords, learning the Cub Scout oath and robbing the Ben Franklin, to hanging out on the train tracks, running from the police, […]

Jan Shapin, author of A Desire Path, on tour November 2012

| October 30, 2012

About A Desire Path • Paperback: 264 pages • Publisher: Cambridge Books (July 7, 2012) What makes women fall for men who are tied to political causes? Set in the Depression and WW II’s aftermath, A Desire Path links a love affair between a married woman and a union organizer with the crisis a famous female journalist faces trying to decide whether to […]

TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS for October 29th – November 2nd

| October 28, 2012

Blood Line by Lynda La Plante Monday, October 29th: Chaotic Compendiums . . . . Cold Light by Jenn Ashworth Monday, October 29th: As I turn the pages Tuesday, October 30th: Sweet Southern Home Wednesday, October 31st: Book Hooked Blog Thursday, November 1st: A Soul Unsung . Charlotte Street by Danny Wallace Monday, October 29th: Stephany Writes Tuesday, October 30th: No More […]

Maryanne O’Hara, author of Cascade, on tour December 2012

| October 23, 2012

About Cascade • Hardcover: 368 pages • Publisher: Viking Adult (August 16, 2012) 1935: In a small town fighting for its survival, a conflicted new wife and promising artist finds herself caught in the eternal tug between duty and desire Desdemona Hart Spaulding was an up-and-coming Boston artist when she married in haste and settled in the small, once-fashionable theater […]

Edward Belfar, author of Wanderers, on tour January 2013

| October 23, 2012

About Wanderers: Stories Paperback: 218 pages Publisher: Stephen F. Austin University Press (June 5, 2012) The wanderers of Edward Belfar’s debut collection of short fiction appear in a variety of settings—a piano bar in Rome, a hospital bed, a train traveling between Nairobi and Mombasa, the bleachers at Yankee Stadium—but nowhere are they quite at home. Often, […]