What happens on tour stays on tour

So the blog tour for my new release The Noctuary is over … but I must say it’s been a great success!
The word about The Noctuary was heard far and wide with reviews and guest blog posts appearing all over the internet for two weeks, thanks to the wonderful promotions company Pump Up Your Book!
Reviews of The Noctuary have been very positive with many readers enjoying the darkness within its pages. The guest posts gave potential readers an insight into how I came up with the idea for the book and of course there were a few author interviews as well.
There were a few minor hiccups with some of the blog posts not appearing, but my PUYB! rep was quick to find me new spots to replace them. I’d recommend PUYB! to any author looking to promote their book.

I’ve found that using PUYB has certainly helped me to get myself out there more when I wasn’t able to before.

For those who may have missed all the blog posts and reviews I’ve compiled them all below. There were a few additional guest posts and interviews outside the blog tour as well:

Reviews

ALCHEMY OF SCRAWL

MAD MOOSE MAMA

LITERARY PURSUITS

MUST READ FASTER

REVIEWS BY MOLLY

THE TOP SHELF

HELLNOTES

ANTIBACTERIAL POPE

Guest posts

INKY BLOTS

MAD MOOSE MAMA

THE STORY BEHIND THE BOOK

THE TOP SHELF

LINCOLN CRISLER’S BLOG

 
BOOK EXCERPTS

BENJAMIN KANE ETHRIDGE‘S BLOG

LISA MORTON‘S BLOG

Interviews

THE EXAMINER

GARY W OLSON‘S WEBSITE

THE DARK FANTASTIC

JENNA ELIZABETH JOHNSON‘S WEBSITE

ONE HOT MESS

THE HOT AUTHOR REPORT

If you wish to purchase a copy of The Noctuary in paperback you should visit AMAZON or BARNES & NOBLE.

The novella is also available as in e-book in multiple formats, including epub, mobi and PDF from DAMNATION BOOKS

Don’t forget my previous novella TORMENT is also available.

About darkscrybe

I am a dark fiction author and artist from Central Queensland, Australia. I've penned four novellas: Torment, The Noctuary, Vaudeville and The Last Night of October. I also illustrated the Bram Stoker Award-winning graphic novel, Witch Hunts: A Graphic History of the Burning Times.
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One Response to What happens on tour stays on tour

  1. Congratulations on your successful blog tour. I have yet to try one of these.

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