Pump Up Your Book! Announces July ‘11 Authors on Virtual Book Tours
Join a talented and diverse group of 36 authors promoting 35 books and a publisher celebrating “Five Years of Irresponsible Reading,” as they tour with Pump Up Your Book! Virtual Book Tours during the month of July 2011.
Follow them as they travel the blogosphere from July 5th through July 29th to discuss their books. This month is filled with a variety of genres: fantasy novels, memoirs, short story collections, historicals, and more!
The month of July finds us host to short story collections from Hugh Aaron, Garasamo Maccagnone, and Dangerous Lee. Are you an author considering using the blogosphere to promote your book? Then be sure you don’t miss “So You Want to Write a Guest Post,” by Pump Up Your Book’s! Jaime McDougall.
Thrillers come to you from Steve DeWinter, Julia Madeleine, Aaron Patterson, and L.L. Reaper. Young adult fantasy novels are being promoted by Kara Bartley, Lory Kaufman, and Christine Schulze, along with other fantasy novels from F.J. Dagg, Maria Lucia, and Rie Sheridan Rose. And don’t miss the YA Dystopian Mythology novel, “Solstice,” being promoted by P.J. Hoover.
Emily Sue Harvey continues her tour in July with the inspirational novel, “Homefires,” and Daren Krupa is touring with his coming of age novel, “Such a Nice Boy.” Also on tour in July are Lilian Duval, Larry Jukofsky, and Paul Levine.
Authors Carole Eglash-Kosoff, James Mace, and Greg Messel are all talking about their historical novels, while C. Elizabeth will be sharing her contemporary romance, “Absolute Obsession.” Other fiction titles come to you from B.A. Chepaitis, Susan Still, Frank Zaccari, and Wayne Zurl.
Nonfiction titles we are hosting in July come from Blanca Beyar, Chamed, Barbara Conelli, Tom McLaughlin, and Nzingha West. Ever wonder what it takes to make it in Hollywood? Follow the tour of Bryan Hidalgo & Gail O'Donnell, who are promoting their book, “Making it in Hollywood.” We’re also thrilled to have author Steven Verrier back in the Pump Up Your Book folds to promote his new book, “Class Struggle: Journal of a Teacher In Up to His Ears.”
Last, but definitely not least, we want you to join us as Zumaya Publications celebrates “Five Years of Irresponsible Reading.” We’ll be featuring a variety of Zumaya authors all month long!