Book Tours: Starter Day Party A Right to Love


We’re setting up a starter day party for gay fiction / religious / psychological “A Right to Love”. The tour runs from November 12 to December 12. I’ll review the book on November 28. Stay tuned for the review and enjoy the tour!

Tour Schedule

November 12th: Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading

November 12th: Book Excerpt @ Indy Book Fairy

November 14th: Promo Post @ The Book Daily

November 16th: Book Excerpt and Guest Post @ Fangirl Moments and Ly Two Cents

November 18th: Author Interview @ Cassidy Crimson’s Blog

November 20th: Book Excerpt @ I’m an Eclectic Reader

November 22nd: Guest Post @ Crystal’s Chaotic Confessions

November 26th: Book Excerpt @ Bookaholic Ramblings

November 28th: Book Review @ I Heart Reading

November 30th: Promo Post @ Bookish Madness

December 2nd: Author Interview @ The Single Librarian

December 4th: Book Excerpt @ Hollow Readers

December 8th: Guest Post @ Editor Charlene’s Blog

December 12th: Book Review @ Books are Forever

About the Book

26181123Title: A Right to Love

Author: Mark Frew

Genre: Gay Fiction / Religious / Psychological

Book blurb: The story is about a non-religious man, called Michael, who is a teacher in a modern college. He meets a student, Polycarp, who is a refugee from Rwanda and who has lost all of his family. Michael decides to travel to Africa to find out if any of Polycarp’s family members are still alive. In the process, he meets a devout Muslim sub-Saharan African man, Ibrahim. Michael and Ibrahim fall in love and as their relationship develops, Michael and Ibrahim have to adjust to each other’s outlooks on life. Throughout the process, the interpretation of both the Bible and the Koran, and how homosexuality can be accepted within this framework are discussed.

Author bio

Mark Frew is a teacher of English to speakers of other languages. He has a bachelor degree in chemistry and is an avid linguist who speaks several languages. Mark Frew is also the author of Mauritian Creole in Seven Easy Lessons, Michael and the Multicoloured Gospel and Farewell My Pashtun.






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