Book Tours: Starter Day Party for The Daughters Lem


I’m hosting the starter day party today for the book tour for biographical / memoir / historical “The Daughters Lem”. The tour runs from July 24 to August 24. Enjoy the tour!

Tour Schedule

July 24th: Starter Day Party @ I HeartReading

July 24th: Book Excerpt @ Indy Book Fairy

July 26th: Promo Post @ I’m an Eclectic Reader

July 28th: Guest Post @ Editor Charlene’s Blog

July 30th: Book Excerpt @ Cassidy Crimson’s Blog

August 1st: Author Interview @ BooksChatter

August 4th: Promo Post @ Undercover Book Reviews

August 6th: Book Excerpt @ Books are Forever

August 8th: Book Review @ Bookish Madness

August 10th: Promo Post @ Bookaholic Ramblings

August 12th: Author Interview @ Majanka’s Blog

August 14th: Book Excerpt @ The Book Daily

August 16th: Promo Post @ The Book Gazette

August 18th: Guest Post @ I Heart Reading

August 19th: Book Excerpt @ Bedazzled Reading

August 20th: Book Review and Book Excerpt @ A Virtual Hobby Store and Coffee Shop

August 22nd: Promo Post @ Hollow Readers

August 24th: Author Interview @ The Single Librarian

About the Book

9781620157688-frontTitle: The Daughters Lem

Author: Nila Aamoth

Genre: Biographical / Memoir / Historical

The Daughters of Lem witnessed and survived the tragic event that forever transformed them. Orphaned, frightened, fiercely independent, the four sisters fought defiantly to raise themselves. But Lucille, Louise, and Nell Rose could not defeat the notion of a Lem bad seed; they chose to remain childless. Only Dorothy sought to achieve what she perceived to be a “normal” life as a wife and mother. In the process, she discovered her power as an independent woman. Her own three offspring became a new generation of the Daughters of Lem, and fortunate participants in their mother’s improbably joyful journey.

Author Bio

Nila Knack Aamoth wrote her first story at age four, and never stopped plying the pencil, the typewriter, and finally the computer keyboard. She began her journalism career in Houston, Texas, and owned two community newspapers in Michigan. For 25 years, she was editor and publisher of The Penasee Globe. “I figured my thoughts were more valuable than the traditional penny, so I called my weekly column A Nickel’s Worth,” she likes to joke. Those mostly light-hearted musings won her numerous state and national writing awards. Her insightful editorials, both humorous and serious, won the Michigan Press Association award for “Best Editorial” two years running. “I believed I could write about anything,” she says. “But writing the incredible story of my own family was almost too heart-wrenching. I think I’ve finally grown up!”




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