The BIG, three week, blog tour is DONE! Time to ready the GIVEAWAY!

The GUNDERSTONE review

I want to thank everyone that stopped by on the different blogs along the tour to read about my recent releases.

Below are the links and a majority of the main post from the original launch page of the entire tour – hosted by 4WillsPublishing Author Services

I have the GIVEAWAY to draw as well – I am busy tallying up the blog stops and I’ll be drawing those and announcing on Friday.

Welcome to the I, HERO – THE BEGINNING Blog Tour!

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Author, Jason Zandri

(Jason is on a whirlwind three week tour for three of his releases!  Each week’s tour, is for an individual book and each tour will be listed in 7 day increments.  The giveaways listed below will be awarded after the final tour is over and that is August 15, 2015.  To enter the drawing for the fabulous prizes and prize packages listed below, simply leave…

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On Tour – Jason Zandri -Author of “I, Hero: Nathan Returns” #RRBC

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I am pleased to welcome Jason Zandri to Fiction Favorites. Jason is on tour to promote his book I, Hero: Nathan Returns. Jason, welcome.

Thanks, John. It is with great pleasure that I introduce to everyone, via the blog tour, the very first look at “I, Hero: Nathan Returns”.

I, Hero: Nathan Returns – Excerpt I

PROLOGUE

The morning sun rose over the horizon and immediately began to heat the crisp morning air.

A middle-aged woman sat on a park bench with a small, mixed breed dog on a leash. The dog sniffed around at the grass to the left rear of the bench and the woman turned her back to face her dog.

She was holding her smart phone and had ear buds in her ears. She listened to music that played while an older gentleman with white hair, dressed in a long suit coat, came along. He moved alongside the…

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WELCOME JASON ZANDRI!!

Our Lady of Victory Remembered!

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It is an honor and a pleasure to host Jason Zandri today. And so I am asking book club members and followers to please take the time to read Jason’s post, leave a comment and share this post. He will appreciate that. If you like what you see, pick up a copy of his book. Let’s give him a huge welcome!

On a number of occasions I have been asked if I have a favorite part in “Another Sunset”; one part about the story that stands out, above everything else, as an absolute favorite.
I answered that question in the prior segment of the blog tour and I got to thinking on the same topic for “As Life Goes: Elementary.” Interestingly enough, I have the same dilemma with this book as I did in “Another Sunset.”

I explained, in that blog post, that I had to “asterisk” my choice…

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‘AS LIFE GOES’ Blog Tour

Enjoying another excerpt from Jason Zandri on his book, “As Life Goes: Elementary”

Liz Gavins Blog

One of the prior topics on the blog tour was the discussion regarding offering up segments of your books online as free excerpts as a way to get readers engaged with your writing, your style of writing, and the theme of the given story you’re sharing with them.

I then offered three existing links that are also offered below in the “About As Life Goes: Elementary” section, with the promise of a fourth, never released excerpt for your enjoyment.

With that, here is the never before released, As Life Goes: Elementary – Excerpt IV

The school bus pulled up to Ward Street, and only Melissa and Matthew got out at the corner. They crossed the street in front of the bus, and then it continued northbound past Boylan’s corner store on South Cherry Street.

“So, I saw Liz finally got around to saying hello to you,” Melissa said, with her…

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#BookReview Another Sunset by Jason Zandri #AnotherSunset #JasonZandri

A Day in the Life of a Stay at Home Mommy

Featured imageFeatured imageIf there was a way to give Another Sunset by Jason Zandri more than five stars then I would. This book was an inspirational and at the same time a very emotional read. When David Stephenson, a drifter, arrives in the small town of Westville, Texas he sets about to help the people there. David focuses on making a little girl’s dream come true. While he is there he touches the lives and hearts of Westville’s residents. The people of Westville are not sure where David came from but they know he is hiding something and are set to uncover his secret.

I have never read a book with so many inspirational quotes in it. Another Sunset is filled with them. One of my favorite quotes was “Life happens while you’re busy making other plans. You have to grab onto it when you can and ride it for all it’s…

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BLOG TOUR – AUTHOR, JASON ZANDRI

You’re off to a great start, Jason. Happy touring!

The GUNDERSTONE review

BLOG TOUR – AUTHOR, JASON ZANDRI.

It will be a big three weeks on tour for my three current releases and the push for my upcoming book – “I, Hero: Nathan Returns”

Another Sunset

I, Hero: The Beginning

As Life Goes: Elementary

I, Hero: Nathan Returns

Be sure to check out all the details via BLOG TOUR – AUTHOR, JASON ZANDRI.

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Meet Indie Author Jason Zandri

The Indie Spot!

Greetings, dear readers. It is my pleasure to once again take part in a 4 Wills Blog Tour. This time around, my special guest is none other than indie author Jason Zandri. Please give Jason a warm welcome.

Take it away, Jason…

One of my favorite things when talking about “Another Sunset” is telling people the story about how I wrote it in six weeks over the summer of 2014. 99,000 plus words and 350 plus pages – six weeks.

Of course, editing it came afterwards and took nearly the same amount of time, but that main draft of the book really did happen from the last week of July to the first week of September.

The whole story really starts thirty some odd years ago in high school. I loved my Creative Writing class but I hated many of the writing assignments. Some were forced topics and I didn’t…

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These Two Are Deserving of So Much More #RRBC

Rave Reviews Book Club, the best book club on the planet. They keep on giving. Thank you, RRBC!

Watch Nonnie Write!

This post is dedicated to two awesomely supportive members of the Rave Reviews Book Club (RRBC)!

Twice a year, RRBC gifts one lucky person with an Amazon gift card for their recruiting efforts.  Since I won this awesome prize last December, I promised that if I won this year, I would donate my winnings (a $50 Amazon gift card), to the RRBC member of my choice.  But, the member had to be hard-working and dedicated to the club’s success as well as its members.

After careful thought and conference with my new Vice President, John Fioravanti, I decided that in the midst of all the supportive members that we have, there were two who really stood out at this time, so, I decided to split the $50 award into two $25 Amazon Gift Cards!  Now, these members weren’t expecting to win, I’m sure, and they are so…

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Paying It Forward for – JASON ZANDRI

Jan Hawke INKorporated

Pay It Forward Week is the brainchild of author Bethany Turner that’s been adopted by the Rave Reviews Book Clubto profile, promote and propel a different fellow club member to a place in the sun for a whole day via our blogs, social networks and websites during this week. Today it’s my great pleasure to present one of RRBC’s most supportive, Tweet Support Team Leader and all round good guy, JASON ZANDRI!

ABOUT JASON

jasonJasonhas been working in the information technology field in one form or the other since 1996. He is currently employed full time at Bloomberg LP as a Systems Engineer in the R&D group. Jason lives in Wallingford Connecticut, with his wife Renata. He is the father to four children, three boys and 1 girl – 11 years (Andrew), 9 years (Angela), 7 years (Adam) and 6 years old (Alex).

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An everyday man, living less than ordinary…

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THE BLOG TOUR – starring Author Jan Hawke

The GUNDERSTONE review

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Deciding where to start a story is not always clear cut and, because I came at this book with a story plan that was loosely based on The Canterbury Tales, that followed several people’s experiences, there’s a fair amount of flashbacks and jumping ahead, whilst following along the main timeline of the safari. I hope I succeeded in making sense of the flow in the novel, but when I began to look ahead to marketing issues and found a need for a book blog, I quickly realised that I needed to streamline things more, so people could get a flavour of what goes on and where in the story more clearly.

We first meet main character, Sophie Taylor and her safari companions on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls, and the story roughly follows their itinerary from there into Zimbabwe and then Uganda and finally, after it’s over, into Tanzania…

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