Book Tours: Starter Day Party Damnatio Memoriae


I’m hosting the starter day party for the book tour for psychological thriller “Damnatio Memoriae”. This book sounds amazing. I love thrillers, so I can’t wait to read this one. Stay tuned for my review on March 8.

You can win a copy of the second book in the series during the tour! Just scroll down and fill in the Rafflecopter form to participate.

Tour Schedule

February 20th: Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading

February 22nd: Promo Post @ I’m an Eclectic Reader

February 23rd: Book Excerpt @ DormaineGBlog

February 24th: Book Excerpt and Author Interview @ Literary Musing

February 27th: Book Excerpt @ The Readers Hollow

March 1st: Promo Post @ Nat’s Book Nook

March 3rd: Book Review @ Bedazzled Reading

March 5th: Promo Post @ Undercover Book Reviews

March 5th: Book Excerpt @ Books Direct

March 6th: Book Excerpt @ Books and Tales

March 8th: Book Review @ I Heart Reading

March 12th: Book Excerpt @ Tea Talks

March 14th: Author Interview @ The Single Librarian

March 16th:  Promo Post @ Editor Charlene’s Blog

March 17th: Book Review @ PRATR

March 18th: Book Excerpt @ Bookish Madness

March 20th: Book Review @ Hollow Readers

About The Book

Damnatio Memoriae KDP coverTitle: Damnatio Memoriae

Author: Laura Giebfried

Genre: Psychological Thriller

Nothing ever happened at Bickerby. Located on an island off the coast of Maine, its prestige, remoteness, and near-inaccessibility in the winter months were the reasons that Enim Lund’s father sent him there in the first place. With only a year left of school until graduation, Enim’s only focus is to keep his grades high enough to scrape by and keep his unforgiving involvement in his mother’s critical accident secreted away. But when a body washes up on the school’s shore and a teacher vanishes without explanation, the thought of a quiet, uneventful year becomes unlikely – especially given that his best friend has planted himself in the middle of the crime. Worse than the thought of a killer loose on the island with them, though, is that the unfolding events are dredging up horrors in Enim’s past that, if uncovered, will result in his own misdeeds being found out.

As Enim is pulled further and further into crimes that he both has and hasn’t committed, he finds that his mind is slowly unraveling and his grip on reality is faltering, and unwanted comparisons are being drawn between his mother’s withering health and his own. Soon, discovering who the killer is becomes his only concern. Yet before long, it becomes clear that there’s an even more difficult task at hand than who’s responsible for the horrid crimes: getting anyone to believe him.


Author Bio

Laura Giebfried was born in Bangor, Maine in June of 1992. She is the youngest child of Joseph and Rosemary Giebfried, who moved to Maine from New York in order to raise their family. Giebfried currently lives in­ Bangor and attends the University of Maine where she is earning her degree in psychology.

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