Book Tours: Starter Day Party Twelve Houses


I’m happy to host the starter day party today for contemporary fiction “Twelve Houses”. The tour runs from December 20 to January 3rd. Stay tuned for my review on December 30!

Tour Schedule

December 20: Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading

December 22nd: Promo Post @ Deal Sharing Aunt

December 23rd: Author Interview @ The Single Librarian

December 24th: Book Review @ Cassidy Crimson’s Blog

December 26th: Book Excerpt @ I’m an Eclectic Reader

December 28th: Author Interview @ Majanka’s Blog

December 30th: Book Review and Giveaway @ I Heart Reading

January 2nd: Promo Post @ Book Suburbia

January 3rd: Promo Post @ The Rigth Book 4 U

January 3rd: Book Review, Interview, Excerpt and Giveaway @ Dalene’s Book Reviews

About Twelve Houses

portada twelvehouses finalTitle: Twelve Houses

Author: Olga Soaje

Genre: Contemporary Fiction

What will she do now? Amelia Weiss wakes up alone, with the body of her husband cold beside her, dead. She cannot believe he has left her when he swore he never would. It is almost as if she is nothing without him.

But this novel is not about a man’s death. It is about a woman coming back to life. Slowly, painfully, a sensitive artist and mother makes new connections, finds new occupations, and rediscovers her place in the world.

Raised to believe a widow’s role is to take care of grandchildren and make grief her companion, Amelia takes a different path. She embarks on the most challenging year of her life.

She struggles to repair her broken relationship with her daughter and develops a second career in midlife. If she can find a way to allow herself to act in the face of her guilt and her daughter’s disapproval, she may even find love again.

This heartfelt novel is the story of a courageous woman’s spiritual rebirth. As Amelia begins to rediscover herself, readers will share in her refusal to give in to loss or to accept anything less than a rich and meaningful life.

Author Bio

foto olga libro twelve housesIn my novel Twelve Houses, I tell the story of a widow who discovers that her life story is far from over. Amelia is a brave woman who struggles to find her true place in the world and at the same time to create a life that holds spiritual meaning and purpose. Though my first book, Borrowing My Mother’s Saints, was a comedy set in New York, I think both books describe a similar spiritual journey. I always consider the spiritual aspects of a character’s story as I write.

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