Win a $100 Amazon gift card with the “What Suit Are You” giveaway. This giveaway supports the blog tour for Tarot: The Magician.
Blog Tour Schedule
The following blogs will be hosting me and Tarot: The Magician. Please check them out and comment if you like what you see.
Monday, July 14
A Thousand Lives Lived: This site will show the dream casting for Tarot: The Magician if it were every made into a movie.
Rose Shadow Ink: This excellent site will host an excerpt of the book.
Tuesday, July 15
Adventures in Writing by T. H. Hernandez: This site will share a guest post about the writing process for Tarot: The Magician.
Make it Happen: This site will have a review of Tarot: The Magician.
Wednesday, July 16
My Favorite Things: This site will host an excerpt of the book.
SnoopyDoo’s Book Reviews: This site will host a different excerpt of the book.
Friday, July 18
Becky On Books: This site will host another excerpt of the book.
When Kassandra Troy discovers an ancient tarot deck, her life takes a thrilling and frightening turn. She triggers The Magician card, and releases the mysterious and captivating Luke Rykell. He lifts Kassandra out of despair, dispelling the devastation she feels after her father’s death. But Luke has a dark secret. He wants the magical deck for himself. The only way Kassandra can save herself is to journey into the Tarot cards. But once inside, can she ever escape?
Irresistibly compelling and heart-wrenching, Tarot: The Magician is a superb fantasy tale that will haunt you long after you’ve read the last page.
Tarot Book Trailer
I worked for over two months drawing and coloring the panels you see in this trailer. I wanted it to be as special as the book. However, I was daunted by the music. I’m no musician. However, if it were silent, or had canned music, that would undermine all the hard work I put into the animation. Bradley Coy came to my rescue. For the full story on how the theme for the book trailer was created, read A Theme Song for an ebook.
Don’t trust me. Here are readers who have read and commented on the book.
“I especially enjoyed Kassandra’s journey through the cards as she tries to solve the problems she’s faced with and find her way out. And the ending gives me hope for a sequel (or a series?)” by Tara at Dividing by Zero
By helping me promote Tarot: The Magician, you some cash to spend. I’ll email you an Amazon gift card so you can buy your own swag.