You may be wondering, wait—next Friday? Not this one? And you would be correct in your confusion. There were a few sticky moments with my cover files for Dark is the Night which resulted in a timing setback, unavoidable for all. However, it’s going as smoothly as possible, and next Friday should go off without a hitch. In the meantime, the book tour is still under way, as are extra goodies showing up on my blog here and elsewhere during the tour! Here’s a bit of a roadmap for the upcoming fun:
THURSDAY, October 17 = Arielle Bailey – Interview with Me + blog tour schedule
FRIDAY, October 18 = Mirriam Neal – release post + blog tour schedule (Guess where!)
SATURDAY, October 19 = Katherine S. Cole – interview
SUNDAY, October 20 = Erudessa Aranduriel – book spotlight + book review
MONDAY, October 21 = Eli Carnley – book review + interview
UNSPECIFIED DATE = Christine Smith – book review
TUESDAY, October 22 = Deborah O’Carroll – book review
UNSPECIFIED DATE = Morgan Farris – book review
WEDNESDAY, October 23 = Elizabeth Salvador – book spotlight
THURSDAY, October 24 = Rachel Rossano – book spotlight
FRIDAY, October 25 = Carolyn Hamborsky – book spotlight
FRIDAY, October 26 = Angela Watts – interview
UNSPECIFIED DATE = Ashley Hunter – interview
AND BACK to + Arielle Bailey – tour wrap-up
FRIDAY, October 25 = Mirriam Neal – RELEASE DAY
+ Arielle Bailey – character spotlight: Skata
I will be posting more quotes, reviews, and information on the book throughout the tour, and you can find my IG HERE.
Arielle will be posting character spotlights each day. (https://www.instagram.com/arrow_song_reads/)
Everyone else, YES, you’re totally allowed/ENCOURAGED to post about your review/interview/the book on your Instagram, if you have one. In the meantime, stay spooky!
Skata only has one goal in life—to seek out the vampire who turned his wife and kill it. When he finally tracks the vampire to the small nowhere town of Salvation, South Carolina, he realizes he has stepped foot into something bigger than himself. He’s going to need help—and that help may come in many forms. Between the vampires, werewolves, shape-shifters, and an unusual preacher, Skata may be in over his head.