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Any readers here? Do you like Women's Fiction? A book that deals with family issues? Looking for tour host.

Hi Everyone,

Newest blog tour from Lightning Book Promotions and the author is not certain of the exact release date for her book, but it will be in November. So I am just going to go with Nov. 1st-25th as she is booking one of my large tours.  This book has been tagged as: Family relations, Problem families, Mother-Daughter relationship, Child abuse, Coming of age-fiction. I would classify it as women’s fiction.

I am really looking for a lot of reviews but I know a lot of you are busy so if I could get some of you to host interviews, character interviews, or excerpts that would be great! Sign up below:

 https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dEVBTTJZMmxaNz...

The Tale of Lucia Grande, the Early Years

When an old woman is asked to tell the story of her life, she tells is an intense and poignant tale about growing up in and surviving an irrational, warring suburban family during the 1950s and 60s. The narrative is told from Lucia’s perspective as the second child where she and her siblings are caught in the middle of a lifelong war between her mother, Ruth, an overbearing, unhappy homemaker, and her father, Leonard, a manipulative, sometimes violent New York City cop. Lucia is the silent, thoughtful eyewitness to her parents’ constant and sometimes life-threatening battle.
The story is told as a memoir; each chapter describes a particular incident in Lucia’s life which shows the constant struggle between her parents and the perverse effect it has on her and her siblings. From her complicated and unwanted birth, to her witnessing a suicide at age 3, to her stint as a runaway at age 14, the story progresses to the final crisis where as a young woman, she is turned out of her house and banished from her family forever.
This timeless story of one woman’s courageous attempt to come to terms with her past and the troubled family that dominated it is powerfully and poignantly told.

 

This novel recently made it to the Quarter final rounds in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Contest. Amazon reviewers called it great storytelling and the wrote that the prose “ flows with such beauty you are holding your breath to eagerly read each word!”

Tour schedule:

November:

1st Phaedra @ Identity Discovery 

2nd Sheila @ Sheila Deeth (guest post)

3rd Andi @ Radiant Light

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

9th

10th Nicole @ Pretty Opinionated 

11th Georgiana @ Coupon Clipping Texan

12th

13th

14th

15th

16th

17th

18th

19th Leslie @ Storybook Reviews

20th Gina @ Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers

21st Kathleen @ Celticlady Reviews

22nd Allizabeth @ The Paperback Pursuer 

23rd

24th

25th Autumn @ The Avid Reader

 

If  the link doesn’t work please email me at stormi@lightningbookpromotions.com.

 

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