Book Tours: Starter Day Party for A Dead End in Vegas


I’m happy to host a starter day party today for the book tour for women’s fiction “A Dead End in Vegas”.  I’ll be reviewing the book on October 16. Stay tuned for the review and meanwhile, visit all the other tour stops.

Tour Schedule

September 18th: Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading

September 19th: Book Excerpt @ I’m an Eclectic Reader

September 21st: Promo Post @ Margo Bond Collins’ Blog

September 21st: Promo Post @ Bloggers from Down Under

September 23rd: Book Excerpt @ Bookaholic Ramblings

September 25th: Author Interview @ Cassidy Crimson’s Blog

September 27th: Promo Post @ Bookish Madness

September 29th: Book Review @ Forever Book Lover

October 1st: Guest Post @ Editor Charlene’s Blog

October 3rd: Promo Post @ The Reading Guru

October 5th: Book Excerpt @ The Book Gazette

October 7th: Author Interview @ Majanka’s Blog

October 9th: Promo Post @ Hollow Readers

October 11th: Book Review @ The Single Librarian

October 13th: Book Excerpt @ The Book Daily

October 15th: Guest Post @ Endazzled Reading

October 16th: Book Review @ I Heart Reading

October 18th: Book Review, Excerpt and Promo @ Dalene’s Book Reviews

About The Book

DeadEndVegasTitle: A Dead End in Vegas

Author: Irene Woodbury

Genre: Women’s Fiction

When the nude body of Dave Sloan’s wife, Tricia, is found dead at the Bellagio in Vegas, he’s stunned.  Why was she even there when she told him she was going to a conference in Phoenix?  Tricia Sloan’s mysterious death shatters, and later transforms, the lives of those closest to her.


Author Bio

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAIrene Woodbury’s second novel, A DEAD END IN VEGAS, is a dark, probing look at marriage, infidelity, revenge, and grief.  Immersing herself in drama and dysfunction for months on end was a challenge for this upbeat author, whose first book, the humor novel A SLOT MACHINE ATE MY MIDLIFE CRISIS, was published by SynergEbooks in 2011.  At first glance, the two novels seem quite different, but both deal with midlife confusion and chaos, and the complexities and unpredictable nature of the human heart.  And both, of course, are partially set in Las Vegas, a city Irene got to know well during her years as a travel writer.  Between 2000 and 2005, her stories appeared in major newspapers in the U.S., Canada, and Europe. Irene, who graduated from the University of Houston in 1993, lives in Denver with her husband, Richard, a retired correspondent for Time Magazine who edited both of her novels.  The couple miss traveling, but, after two novels, Irene insists there’s no greater journey than the one into your own heart and mind.




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