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The Little Seer, authors who look like their books, blog tour, supernatural fiction, speculative fiction, spiritual fiction, Christian suspense

You know how they say owners sometimes look like their dogs?😉

Thank you so much for joining me for this particular day of my blog tour for my new novel The Little Seer! Today, Amber McCallister over at The Wonderings of One Person is posting a very personal review of what this book meant to her. I’m honestly blown away. When I started writing The Little Seer, I had a person in mind I was writing for–someone who had suffered the pain of a church split or spiritual abuse, who had known rejection, but who hadn’t had the opportunity to experience love in the way that saves Aria in The Little Seer. I think if you read Amber’s review you will agree with me that I found that person. It’s so early in the process of giving this book to the world, but I feel that the book’s purpose has already been fulfilled. Thank you, Amber.

This week only at each blog tour stop, you will find a different piece of information about this new speculative supernatural novel, including book excerpts, interviews, book reviews, and an inside peek into the making of this novel, which hit #2 and #5 on Amazon’s Kindle Bestseller Lists for Christian Suspense and Occult / Supernatural this week. And to cap it off, I’m giving away a signed copy of The Little Seer here for one fan. Thank you so much for your support! And because the free launch promotion was such a success, I have lowered the price of the individually packaged e-book novellas on Kindle to just 99 cents apiece (Exodus, Desert, & Midnight), and the full e-book novel is just $2.99, so this book can find as many people who need it as possible. Or, check out the paperback. I hope you like it, and please tell a friend!

The Little Seer Blog Tour

Feb. 17-22: Laura K. Cowan, Author: Laura K. Cowan

During the blog tour, I hosted a giveaway of a signed paperback copy of The Little Seer on my website, as well as posting up-to-date info about what was going on each day on the blog tour. The reviews were stunningly positive.

Feb. 18: Malcolm R. Campbell, Book Reviewer/Blogger: Malcolm’s Round Table

Malcolm R. Campbell at Malcolm’s Round Table often reviews fantasy titles as well as speculative fiction, so I guest posted over on his blog about what spiritual speculative supernatural fiction really is, and how it relates to the popular fantasy genre.

Feb. 19: Amber McCallister, Book Reviewer/Blogger: The Wonderings of One Person

Amber McCallister of Wonderings of One Person often reviews speculative titles such as The Little Seer, and is offering her insights in to the book as well as an excerpt from the text for those of you who haven’t read it yet.

Feb. 20: Erin El Mehairi, Book Reviewer/Blogger: Oh for the Hook of a Book!

Erin is conducting an interview, to give you a different angle on The Little Seer, and how such a strange story came to be written at all.

Feb. 21: Bruce Hennigan, Speculative Supernatural Author, Speaker: Bruce Hennigan

Bruce Hennigan is a writer of spiritual speculative supernatural novels and other related works similar to mine. He is hosting a book review and inside peek into the making of The Little Seer on his website for the last stop in this mini blog tour. Come check out his work, and get a chance to peek over my shoulder.


I can’t tell you how much it means to me to have your support getting the word out about this new novel. And I’m blown away by how many people are giving this unknown new author a chance. Thank you again for your support. Follow this link to the book giveaway, and follow the instructions at the bottom of the blog post to enter for your chance to win a signed copy of The Little Seer for yourself or a friend.

The Little Seer book giveaway