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Tour Recruitment: Along the Watchtower

Saturday, June 22, 2013
Hey, blogger friends, listen up! I've got a chance for you to receive two free eBooks and to compete for over $800 in prizes, and it's so easy to participate. Read on for more... Novel Publicity is currently recruiting for one of their gigantic whirlwind tours. This time, they're touring two books by David Litwack. The first, Along the Watchtower, is a work of contemporary fiction with a fantasy bent. The second, There Comes a Prophet, is a YA dystopian that follows in the proud tradition of such classics as 1984, Brave New World, and Fahrenheit 451. Review one, both, or neither. That’s right, you don’t even have to read the books to participate–although that's definitely an option. Novel Publicity will provide your choice of a pre-formatted excerpt, interview, or guest post to make participation easy.
Along the Watchtower

  CLICK HERE TO SIGN-UP! Tour Dates: July 22 to 26, 2013 Genre: Contemporary Fiction, YA Dystopian Page Counts: 225, 266 The Prizes: * $100 Best/ most creative entry (2 prizes) * $100 Random commenter prize * $50 Rafflecopter (2 prizes) * $50 Random blogger award * $50 GoodReads party prize * $50 Facebook sharing contest * $100 in the special author contest * Kindle Fire in the special author contest CLICK HERE TO SIGN-UP!

About Along the Watchtower

A Tragic Warrior Lost in Two Worlds… The war in Iraq ended for Lieutenant Freddie Williams when an IED explosion left his mind and body shattered. Once he was a skilled gamer and expert in virtual warfare. Now he’s a broken warrior, emerging from a medically induced coma to discover he’s inhabiting two separate realities. The first is his waking world of pain, family trials, and remorse—and slow rehabilitation through the tender care of Becky, his physical therapist. The second is a dark fantasy realm of quests, demons, and magic that Freddie enters when he sleeps. In his dreams he is Frederick, Prince of Stormwind, who must make sense of his horrific visions in order to save his embattled kingdom from the monstrous Horde. His only solace awaits him in the royal gardens, where the gentle words of the beautiful gardener, Rebecca, calm the storms in his soul. While in the conscious world, the severely wounded vet faces a strangely similar and equally perilous mission—a journey along a dark road haunted by demons of guilt and memory—and letting patient, loving Becky into his damaged and shuttered heart may be his only way back from Hell.  

About There Comes a Prophet

But what are we without dreams? A thousand years ago the Darkness came—a terrible time of violence, fear, and social collapse when technology ran rampant. But the vicars of the Temple of Light brought peace, ushering in an era of blessed simplicity. For ten centuries they have kept the madness at bay with “temple magic” and by eliminating forever the rush of progress that nearly caused the destruction of everything. A restless dreamer, Nathaniel has always lived in the tiny village of Little Pond, longing for something more but unwilling to challenge the unbending status quo. When his friend Thomas returns from the Temple after his “teaching”—the secret coming-of-age ritual that binds young men and women eternally to the Light—Nathaniel can barely recognize the broken and brooding young man the boy has become. And when the beautiful Orah is summoned as well, Nathaniel knows he must somehow save her. But in the prisons of Temple City he discovers a terrible secret that launches the three of them on a journey to find the forbidden keep, placing their lives in dire jeopardy. For a truth awaits them there that threatens the foundation of the Temple. But if they reveal that truth, the words of the book of light might come to pass: “If there comes among you a prophet saying ‘Let us return to the darkness,’ you shall stone him, because he has sought to thrust you away from the light.”


  1. bn100 said...:

    This sounds intriguing

  1. Susan T. said...:

    Both of these books sounds really interesting. I really like the idea of an Iraq war vet dreaming another realm and finding redemption and peace there.