Welcome to Launch Central for Liars and Thieves, the opening book of the fantasy series: Unraveling the Veil.
Thank you to all the wonderful bloggers who offered their support and encouragement, and a special thank you to everyone who agreed to share the news on your blogs. I am overwhelmed by your kindness.
First, a little Happy Dance from your hostess:
Then help yourselves to some refreshments:
And hop aboard the goblin railship.
Below is a list of tour locations. Click on the blue link to get to the blog site and learn a unique tidbit about the book.
And while you’re there, I hope you’ll take the time to visit the posts of these generous and talented bloggers and writers.
Without further ado, let’s get this show on the road!
Check out: A First Review of Liars and Thieves!
Jacqui’s Book: Against All Odds
A Post from Cage: Diaballein
Cage’s Book: Diaballein
Q&A: Does Liars and Thieves have a map?
A Post from Kennedy: The Lost Train Anthology: New release
Kennedy’s Book: Miss Liv Adventures Book Series
Q&A: Your goblins aren’t stereotypical goblins. How did that come about?
A Post from Kayla: Top Ten Tuesday: Kayla’s Top Ten Audiobook Pick
Q&A: Which character was the most interesting to write?
A Post from Staci – Five Cover Reveals
Q&A: Fantasy is a broad genre. Can you narrow down the description of this series?
Kim’s Book: Diary of a Middle-Aged Mermaid
Q&A: How do changelings shift into animal shapes?
Miriam’s Book: Songs of Heartstrings: Poems of Gratitude and Beatitude
Q&A: Do you have an image that shows a goblin city?
A Post from A. S.: Why I haven’t read your book
Q&A: On and off, Talin spends a decade as Slink, a marten. What’s a marten?
Q&A: This series took almost 3 years to write. Why?
A Post from Liz: Where the Story Wants to Go
Liz’s Book: Telling Sonny
Q&A: Do you create the plot to suit your characters, or do you create the characters to drive the plot? Or a bit of both?
Andrea’s Book: Miira (book 1 of Innerscape)
A Post from Jan: Sunshine Blogger Award!
Jan’s Book: Flowers and Stone
Q&A: Do you write for a specific audience?
Elizabeth’s Book: We All Die in the End
Q&A: What kind of magical skills do the elves in your story possess?
A Post from Robbie: Covid-19 twisted fairy tale cake
Q&A: What kind of magical skills do the goblins in your story possess?
Teri’s Book: Subject A36 (The Colony Series Book 1)
Q&A: Author Chat with D. G. Kaye
Debby’s Book: Twenty Years After I Do
Q&A: Why does shape-shifting cause the environment to heat or cool?
A post from Pete: A Funny Memory
Q&A: Do you have an image that shows your inspiration for the Borderland?
A Post from Dawn: Black Lives Matter
Q&A: What draws you to the fantasy genre?
A Post from Sue: France and Vincent… Finding Don and Wen
Sue’s Book: The Initiate (Triad of Albion Book 1)
Q&A: What prompted you to write in your chosen genre?
Marje’s Book: A Curse of Time – Book 1 – Bloodstone
Q&A: Naj’ar’s weapon of choice is a glaive. What’s that?
A Post from Jina: About Heir of Ashes
Jina’s Book: Heir of Ashes (The Roxanne Fosch Files Book 1)
Q&A: Why are you releasing the whole trilogy within 60 days?
Q&A: Which character was the hardest to write?
A Post from Felicia: #Teaser, “Malice and Forethought: Short Stories of Malice and Murder”
Felicia’s Book: Malice and Forethought: Short Stories of Malice and Murder
Q&A: In the Unraveling the Veil trilogy, what skills does a mage possess?
A Post from Trent: Embers – Short Stories
Trent’s Book: Embers: Short Stories
Q&A: How did you come up with the titles for your books in this series?
A Post from Julie: It’s Here! #mystery #aviation #amreading #newbook #releaseday
Julie’s Book: Murder in Plane Sight (Sierra Bauer Mystery)
Q&A: Why are changelings vegetarians?
A Post from Bette: Happy Birthday Maine! + #Writing Challenge
Bette’s Book: My Maine: Haiku through the Seasons
Q&A: What was the biggest challenge in writing this story?
A Post from Audrey: New Book: Tales from the Annexe
Audrey’s Book: Tales from the Annexe
Q&A: At one point the story suggests that all people are changelings. What does that mean?
A Post from Mae: New Release: Murder They Wrote
Mae’s Book: Murder they Wrote: An Anthology of Short Fiction
Q&A: What part of writing is easy for you?
A Post from Len: In Between
Q&A: How many books have you written? Do you have a favorite of your books and if so, why?
A Post from Gabriela: Moonlight Love
Gabriela’s Book: Passions: Love Poems and Other Writings
Q&A: How do you define success?
Steven’s Book: Ordinary Handsome
Check out: A Review of Liars and Thieves
Jessica’s Book: Guns of Perdition
Title: Liars and Thieves
Series: Unraveling the Veil, Book 1
Soon available in Paperback