So, over the past four years I’ve been like a hermit hiding in my ‘cave’ which is really my desk. Tomorrow I have two, three hour, end of semester exams, and next week my last one before I go on my mid-semester break. Woohoo, and this time around I’m participating in my very first blog tour, I’m so excited.
I’ve just received my very first hardcopy ARC of The Twist Knot by J.M Peace and it sounds fantastic! I look forward to delving into it, after next week. In the meantime, I’m formulating some questions for when I have Ms Pearce on my blog, which is proving to be quite different than formulating a hypothesis for a paper, LOL.
Stay tuned for my turn in July to host my review and author interview!
About the Book
‘Raw and credible, this is a tough and thrilling novel’
The Sydney Morning Herald on A Time to Run
Constable Sammi Willis investigates an apparent suicide, uncovering a dark family secret, an unsolved crime and a town seeking vengeance.
A marked man. A damaged cop. A town full of secrets.
After her abduction and near death at the hands of a sadistic killer, Constable Samantha Willis is back in the uniform. Despite being on desk duty, rumours reach Sammi that someone in Angel’s Crossing has been hurting little girls, and before long a mob is gathering to make sure justice is served.
So when a man is found hanging in his shed, the locals assume the pedophile has finally given in to his guilt. That is, until Sammi delves further into the death.
‘…this taut, believable thriller grabs your attention from the very first line…’
The Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin on A Time to Run
About the Author
J.M. Peace is a pseudonym to protect the author’s identity as she is still a serving police officer. Over the past 15 years, Jay has served in a number of different capacities and her experience adds a chilling realism to her writing. Jay’s debut novel, A Time to Run, was published last year. She has also written various short stories and blogs regularly about policing and writing at http://www.jmpeace.com. She lives on the Sunshine Coast with her partner and two kids, juggling writing with police work and being a mum.
Visit the authors website here
Thank you to Pan Macmillan Australia for the hard copy book and blog tour invitation.
2 thoughts on “Coming soon: My very first blog tour!”
Congrats! That’s exciting 🙂
Good luck in your exams! And congrats on the tour! I’ve always wanted to do one! 😀