August 8th Guest Blog: Inspiration
August 12th Interview and Review
I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for an honest and unbiased view of what I read.
The Phoenix Blade is definitely quite a ride!
This book starts out in what appears to be a hospital. Andrew (Drew) is obviously upset and confused, and is given something through IV to “calm” him. Next we are in his nightmare with him. This nightmare is based in fact, though. He is reliving the death of him mother. Was her death really an accident?
The prologue of this book is really quite clever. It took me a second to figure it out. When you read it, you’re not sure if it was all a dream or if he was really in a hospital room and given something to put him to sleep. Regardless, it sets an exciting pace that will keep you entertained all the way to the end.
His life changes when he gets a mysterious call from someone that calls himself the Benefactor. Who is he? What does he want? The author leads you into his world with a very well-developed plot.
Andrew is basically left with no choice but to do what the Benefactor wants. He will be given proof of crimes and expected to dispose of the guilty. His first task? Dealing with the one responsible for his mother’s death.
To avoid any spoilers, I’m going to leave the plot summary at this point. This book has a lot going on right beneath the surface, and it’s definitely one you will want to read for yourself. If you love conspiracy books, you are going to really enjoy this one! It’s creative, exciting, and an enjoyable read.
August 14th Guest Blog: 5 Things Writers should Know
August 19th Guest Blog: Expanding Themes
August 21st Interview
This is only the first couple weeks of the tour and many more to come. Keep checking back for more Tour updates and remember to pickup your copy of the Phoenix Blade; now available on Amazon.com and Kindle.