Book Tours: Starter Day Party for The Black Lotus


On the first day of the brand new year, I’m hosting the starter day party for the book tour for “The Black Lotus”, historical romance with a paranormal twist. I’ll review the book on January 8 – stay tuned for the review, and in the mean time, visit the other tour stops.

There’s also a tour-wide giveaway for a paperback copy of the book. Scroll down if you want to participate!

Tour Schedule

January 1st: Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading

January 1st: Book Excerpt @ Indy Book Fairy

January 3rd: Promo Post @ Undercover Book Reviews

January 5th: Author Interview @ Editor Charlene’s Blog

January 7th: Book Excerpt @ I’m an Eclectic Reader

January 8th: Book Review @ I Heart Reading

January 9th: Guest Post and Excerpt @ Books Direct

January 11th: Book Excerpt @ Writers and Authors

January 13th: Promo Post @ Bookaholic Ramblings

January 15th: Character Interview @ Cassidy Crimson’s Blog

January 17th: Book Excerpt @ Hollow Readers

January 19th: Book Review @ Bedazzled Reading

January 21st: Promo Post @ The Single Librarian

January 23rd: Author Interview @ Majanka’s Blog

January 25th: Book Excerpt @ Bookish Madness

January 27th: Guest Post @ Books are Forever

January 28th: Book Excerpt @ Cajun Book Lover

January 30th: Promo Post @ Books, Authors, Blogs

About The Book

Black_Lotus__Night_Flower_(Volume_1),_The_-_Claire_WarnerTitle: The Black Lotus

Author: Claire Warner

Genre: Historical Romance with a paranormal twist

….though I would dearly love to play court to you, I would hurt you more than any other.”

It is 1752. The year that will change the life of heiress Melissa De Vire. As she makes her first steps into society, she meets Justin Lestrade and his world tears her perceptions apart. Drawn irresistibly to him, she finds herself sinking into a realm of feuds, magic and old curses.

Author Bio

CosplayBy day I am a boring civil servant, but by night (and at weekends) I write stories. I love fiction, I love the way that words can draw you from your own everyday world.

I love to read. As a child I read all of the Enid Blyton books and devoured Roald Dahl. As a teenager, I discovered LJ Smith, Anne McCaffrey, Tamora Pierce, David Eddings and went through the phase of reading Point Horrors. As an adult, I found Kelley Armstrong, Raymond E Feist, Georgette Heyer, The Brontes, Mary Shelley, Bram Stoker, Sheridan La Fanu and Henry James. I cannot imagine live without books.

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