Sunday, August 12, 2012

Have Book, Will Travel

by Tamelia Tumlin 

Pack your vitural bags and get ready to travel! From August 12th -20th I will be taking my latest book, Deadly Image, on a virtual book tour. Can you tell I really love to travel even if it is just in cyberspace? I will be a guest on several blogs during the week where I'll be blogging on topics such as "Plotter, Pantser or In Between," "Christian Characters Are People Too" and "Character Development." I will also be interviewed by Jennifer Blake and Always A Booklover. Deadly Image will be reviewed on Jettie's Ramblings and Books Before Food. I will share 5 personal secrets on It's Raining Books. And last but not least, I will be interviewing Ace and Lexi from Deadly Image on my blog, Tamelia's Tidbits

Join me at each blog stop for your chance to win one of two copies of Deadly Image in PDF or PRC Kindle format. Check with each blog host to see how to enter. Some may use rafflecopter and some may simply ask you to comment on the guest post, review or interview.
At the end of my book tour I will be giving away two $10.00 Amazon gift cards. To be eligible to win, you need to follow my tour each day and stop by my website to enter the rafflecoptor. There are three ways to enter. 'Like' my Facebook fan page, follow me on Twitter and tweet about the contest (this one can be done daily for addional entries). All of the entries MUST be done through rafflecopter to count. So come on! Let's have a little book fun! I hope to see you there! Click on the links to go to each tour stop!

As a special treat to kick-off the book tour, Deadly Image will be free until the evening of August 12 - only on Amazon! If you miss your chance to get a free copy, Deadly Image will be on sale for $1.99 for the entire tour!

If you would like kindlegraphs for Deadly Image or any of my other books, then go to my website and click on the kindlegraph link. (Please note that Amazon may charge a small delivery fee for the kindlegraphs. I'd rather they didn't, but that is out of my control.)

I have also added an author reading of an excerpt from Deadly Image on my website through Cinch. Stop by if you get a chance and listen to part of the first chapter of this Christian romantic suspense! 
But, before you do sit back, grab a little popcorn and watch the book trailer for a sneak peak at Deadly Image.                                                                              

Blog Tour Schedule

Aug. 12 Where Imagination Blooms (Kickoff Blog Tour)
Aug 12-31 Q & A with Tamelia Tumlin on Goodreads  (Ask the Author) (Note: only 2 free copies of Deadly Image given away from Aug 12-31, not 2 a day)
Aug. 13 The Plot Thickens (Guest Post - Plot Development)
Aug. 14 The Book Connection (Guest Post - Christian Characters Are People Too)
Aug. 15 Books Before Food (Review)
Aug. 16 Jennifer's Journal (Author Interview - Hosted by Jennifer Blake)
Aug. 17 The Character Connection (Guest Post - Character Developement) 
Aug. 18 Stop 1 Jettie's Ramblings (Review)
Aug. 18 Stop 2 Always A Booklover (Author Interview)
Aug. 19 It's Raining Books (Guest Post- 5 Secrets About Me)
Aug. 20 Stop 1  Romance-Book-Club (Author Interview/ Book Review)
Aug. 20 Stop 2 Tamelia's Tidbits (Character Interviews with Ace and Lexi, and Author Reading of an Excerpt of Deadly Image )

Gone without a trace ...

Lexi Yates knows she hasn’t harmed her three-year-old daughter, yet the Louisiana town of Gator Bayou seems to think she’s guilty. With her daughter missing, the evidence stacking up against her and her faith in God tested to the limit, Lexi must find a way to convince FBI agent Ace Valdez she’s innocent before she becomes the next target.

Ace Valdez doesn’t trust easily, and he certainly knows better than to fall for a case, yet there’s something about the widowed mother that makes him want to believe she’s innocent. But evidence doesn’t lie. Or does it?

Long Novella - about 36,000 words

Tamelia Tumlin has worked with several online publishers, but is now writing exclusively for Steel Magnolia Press. Juggling motherhood, teaching and writing is a challenge, but one she welcomes to pursue her passion. Her romance novels range from sweet and sassy to dark and dangerous.

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