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Friday, May 6, 2011

REUNION book tour: guest post by Jeff Bennington + Kindle giveaway

 
It’s not every day you get a chance to write a book. And it’s very hard to write one if you have a family and work a full time job. At no other time have I experienced this more than at the present time. 
  
I’m having a great time with the blog tour and watching REUNION sort of take on a life of it’s own. But gosh darn it if being a writer won’t be the death of me. And if it is, I just might haunt the hallowed halls of Twitter and Facebook and the blogospere. Ooops, there I go again, giving away another great book idea…”Kindle author dies and haunts the homes of those who read his work, bouncing through time and space through the devices of unsuspecting Kindle readers!”
 
Wouldn’t that be something?
  
All to say, I hope that never happens. And I don’t have any plans of haunting you, at least not with my spirit. Now I might write a haunting book or two, but that should just about cover it. So you can relax. The real question is, can I haunt you? 
  
The answer is…not sure yet. Never mind the fact that I’m the indie-author poster child for the insanely overworked. Of course I’m no different than most indie authors. We try to squeeze in a little writing and socialmediatizing between breaths and hope you enjoy what we’ve come up with. It’s amazing really. I’ve read some pretty cool books by the overworked and over zealous indie. Makes me wonder why I’m still living to tell about it. 
 
Anyway, I suppose I should talk about my book, REUNION, for a moment. That’s what I’m here for right? 
  
Here’s the deal.  I worked on this book for over two years. Nothing new for a typical indie. The thing about REUNION is, and this is what the reviewers are saying, is that it is different because it covers so many angles, supernatural, romance, horror, and suspense, without leaving the characters flat. I was very glad the reviewers caught on to that. It makes it all worth it because this book was definitely about the characters…the survivors. I mean, just imagine, living all of your adult life with a sharp dagger poking in your head, a constant reminder of your traumatic past. That would be horrible. Obviously seeing the victims on television is enough to bring tears to your eyes, but who ever thinks about their future? Well, I did. I may never know why, but I did. I suppose it’s because I was the one meant to write this book. If I am, then I’m proud to have been chosen because it has impacted a lot of readers and helped them to consider the lives of the unfortunate victims and the survivors of the worlds fastest growing plagues… school shootings. 
  
I hope you get a chance to read REUNION. If you’d like a well-rounded thriller that will make you love the characters, this book is for you. Thank you so much for reading. I hope to read your review sometime in the near future! 
 
Looks like my batteries are dying and I can’t find my chord! Aaaagh! See what I mean? This writing gigs gonna kill me. I just hope I get to write a few more books before it does! Thanks for Reading.
 
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Synopsis:
 

David Ray killed eight students and then turned the gun on himself. He thought the shooting and suicide would fix his world. It didn't. The massacre threw Tanner Khan and the other survivors into chaos.
   
Twenty years later, Tanner and his fellow classmates reluctantly agree to hold a reunion to lay the past to rest. Although they suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, they come back to their hometown and reunite in the defunct school building. Old flames are rekindled, fears are ignited, and their lives are about to explode in a whirlwind of memories, haunted by the spirit of David Ray.
   
Once they're inside the school, they discover that a dark entity has joined them. It has come to collect a debt, long overdue, and someone has to pay. Will Tanner and his classmates overcome their fears, putting the pieces of their lives back together, or will they be consumed by their worst nightmare?


REUNION is available at:

Jeff grew up in Michigan, moved to Ohio and finally settled in Central Indiana where he met his wife and graduated from Indiana University. he describes himself as a husband, dad, writer, runner, drummer worker and friend. he is also the author of Killing the Giants, a political thriller and The Rumblin', a short suspense story.   
for more information about Jeff and his work, please visit his blog http://thewritingbomb.blogspot.com/ and his website http://www.jeffbennington.com/


i would like to thank Jeff Bennington for guest posting today and to you as well for stopping by. be sure to follow the rest of his Reunion Book Tour HERE

Jeff is giving away a Kindle on May 15th. 
there are only two (2) rules:
1. comment on one or more of the blog tour blogs.
2. email your receipt after purchasing REUNION (digital or print) to reunion.kindlegiveaway@yahoo.com


good luck to everyone and happy reading!



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