My book tour for “Hathor Legacy: Burn” has begun!
Be sure to stop by the tour stops and enter to win in the giveaway.
Grand Prize: $45 Amazon GC
Host Prize: $35 Amazon GC
Print version of Hathor Legacy: Burn to 3 randomly drawn winners
Virtual Book Tour stops:
August 13: Deal Sharing Aunt
August 20: The Avid Reader
August 27: Booklover Sue
September 3: Blood Moons and Nightscapes
September 3: Blood Red Shadows
September 5: *Free Friday promotion – Romance Novels in Color
September 10: The Reading Addict
September 17: Book ‘Em North Carolina
September 24: Queen of All She Reads
October 1: Long and Short Reviews
October 8: Emma Weylin
October 15: It’s Raining Books
About the book:
Book Two of the Hathor Legacy Series
On the planet, Hathor, an old threat re-emerges that may destroy the fragile alliance between the Guardians and Novacorp. When Nadira is called to investigate a rash of fires throughout the city, she discovers the Deshtu, another group with PSI powers who have been purposely kept in the shadows.
Working to uncover the source of the fires, Nadira learns the brutal truth about the origin of the Guardians. The Guardian Elders have plans to make Nadira more powerful, and she may be forced to sever her psychic connection to Jonathan Keel.
When an unexpected ally gives Jonathan information about the Deshtu that connects them to the fires, he becomes a convenient scapegoat for the opposing factions. Nadira puts her life on the line to solve the crime, while the Elders make their move to remove Jonathan from her life forever.
As time runs out, the Guardians prepare for a clash with Novacorp that could plunge the planet into chaos, and a final betrayal forces Nadira to risk everything to save herself and Hathor. Buy here: http://amzn.to/1pkgwHn
Additional blog posts & interviews:
* “Meet the Author Mondays” on the Science Fiction Romance Brigade blog
*Other Worlds of Romance radio show with Linda Mooney.
*Author interview on the Smart Girls Love Sci-Fi blog
*”The Heroine’s Journey” on the Science Fiction Romance Brigade blog