Monthly Archives: July 2013

Sunflower by Holland House author Cass McMain going on Tour

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“A story of small things and profound truths”

This summer Cass McMain’s debut novel Sunflower, published by Holland House Books, will be coming to a blog near you …

Starting with the following :

 Books Direct Online under New Releases

(Interview coming soon)

BooksRUsOnline on the 14th

 A.F.Stewart’s Blog on the 15th

 Flora Bateman’s BootHeelCottonPatch Blog on the 17th

 ImagineerEbooks on the 24th

Captive Press on the 29th 

 ‘If it was a painting it would undoubtedly be in the impressionist style – or some midway point between pointillism and the obsessive twisting strokes of Van Gogh. There is a rhythm and a repetition, an extraordinary care with each word, each sentence, each punctuation mark, but it is true art, for one is never aware of the effort nor of the innate skill.

…  A story of small things and profound truths’

Robert Peett , Editor, Holland House Books

The Tour will be updated as we go along – meanwhile, if you are a blogger about books and want to host Cass on your blog with an author interview, character interview, an excerpt, review or other , feel free to  tweet  @AuthorsAnon), or contact Holland House directly via Twitter @HhouseBooks or  www.hhousebooks.com

Come and join in! Tweet, blog, share on FB,G+,Pinterest  – and  most of all, read the book!

 


Greenwood Tree by Bustles Lloyd

Dactyl Review

greenwoodI suggest you open this mystery novel the way you open a beautifully wrapped gift: with heightened perceptions and the tiniest bit of doubt.  What if it’s not my size?  Most mysteries (correct me if I’m wrong) are not stylized, legend-inspired stories that have bigamous murders occurring two centuries apart.

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