Wednesday, July 06, 2011

Blog Tour Participants Needed for Christian Vampire Fiction

I couldn't wait for FaithWords to release info on this blog tour because Kiss of Night has been on my radar for several months now! And don't confuse this title with Forsaken which I blogged about last week, there are no Amish people in this book.

Kiss of Night by Debbie Viguie, the first in a new Christian vampire series from FaithWords, releases October 7. The blog tour runs October 3-7. Are you interested in participating? Quick, sign up here! There are limited spots available. A FaithWords publicist will be in touch by the end of July.


Want more info? Here's the book description:
While visiting Prague for her beloved grandmother's funeral, Susan meets a dark, mysterious man to whom she feels an instant and mesmerizing attraction. The man -- Raphael -- is a vampire, cursed for his sins to roam the earth for eternity. He needs Susan's help in a secret war against evil in a supernatural world that Susan never believed existed until now. Together, they are called on to exercise both courage and faith. KISS OF NIGHT ultimately asks the question: What would happen if a vampire truly accepted God?

10 comments:

  1. O O O Thanks for tossing my name in. I would LOVE to read this. I am SO in. I'm off to see how to get a galley.

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  2. Thanks, Joy. I filled out the form.

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  3. Awesome! Glad you girls could get in on this. :)

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  4. Awesome ....Thanks so much! I signed up and hope I make it in :) Sounds like an excellent series! :)

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  5. I grabbed your button a while back and would like you to grab mine if you have room for it.

    http://itstimetoreadmamaw.blogspot.com/

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  6. Thanks so much for posting about this! After reading Forsaken, I am definitely intrigued by this book, and I'm hoping I get picked to read/review it! :)

    Keep up the great posts!

    ~Amber

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  7. Yeah, I'm looking forward to reading this too!

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  8. I was so glad to see this! I, too, wrote a vampire book that has Christian and faith relevance with moral themes. It's great to find another book like that. I'm hoping that the author and I might team up and guest post, or I would be happy to host a post of hers on my blog.

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  9. I love that book cover. And, can I just mention for the second time this week, this trend into showing 1/2 faces? it's cool. for now.

    Looking forward to seeing everyone's take on this -- and maybe even reading it for myself!

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