Tour Stops in Twilight, Nook, and Neverland

OnceUponThe Rule of Mirrors Blog Tour has made it to Once Upon A Twilight with a playlist for The Rule of Mirrors, complete with songs I listened to while I was writing and others that go with the theme, characters, and moods of the novel.  Leydy did a fabulous job finding links to play each song, so listening to the sequence is an experience in itself.  I especially like the Joplin, which never sounds as good when I try to play it myself.

ReadingNookJess at The Reading Nook Reviews brings fresh eyes to The Vault of Dreamers in her review of the first book in the series. She clues into the creepiness factor and strongly recommends the novel “for science fiction and urban fantasy fans.” 

SeeingDoubleThe blog tour stop at Seeing Double in Neverland features both a review of The Rule of Mirrors and a 10-question interview that hits on many of my favorite topics, including Downton Abbey. (Mary and Edith sure can fight.) I’m glad Fallon connects with the novel as “a mind bender,” because that is certainly what I was aiming for.

All three sites are running giveaways, too, so stop by and take a chance on winning a book or two. Thank you, Leydy, Jess, and Fallon!

RoMBlogTour2The Rule of Mirrors Blog Tour is now in full swing with a fabulous team of bloggers. Follow along for the latest on Rosie’s story!

2 Responses to Tour Stops in Twilight, Nook, and Neverland

  • What song is for each character? I tried to figure that out, and I think I got a few right.

  • Aubs ~ I never lined up the songs with particular characters or scenes. Rather, the songs go with my feelings about the characters, and with the mood and themes of the novel. I hope that makes sense.
    All best,

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