Friday, December 5, 2014

Vacant Blog Tour *CLUE ADDED*



VACANT (Mindspace Investigations, #4) by Alex Hughes
Media / Blog Tour Elements
Thank you all, so much, for participating in the blog tour for VACANT. Please feel free to use any (or all) of the information below to create you post. I will be including any original content (guest posts, interviews, excerpts, etc.), along with the details for each host’s “clue” for the scavenger hunt, individually. Also, any images found below will also be included as separate attachements. If anyone has a problem with anything found here, in your emails, or about any other part of the tour, please let me know. Please be sure to share when you have a permalink, or when your post goes live, as I’d love to help promote each stop on the tour. Again, thank you all for your support of Alex, and of VACANT.



Blurb:
Nothing ruins a romantic evening like a brawl with lowlifes—especially when one of them later turns up dead and my date, Detective Isabella Cherabino, is the #1 suspect. My history with the Atlanta PD on both sides of the law makes me an unreliable witness, so while Cherabino is suspended, I’m paying my bills by taking an FBI gig.

I’ve been hired to play telepathic bodyguard for Tommy, the ten-year-old son of a superior court judge in Savannah presiding over the murder trial of a mob-connected mogul. After an attempt on the kid’s life, the Feds believe he’s been targeted by the businessman’s “associates.”

Turns out, Tommy’s a nascent telepath, so I’m trying to help him get a handle on his Ability. But it doesn’t take a mind reader to see that there’s something going on with this kid’s parents that’s stressing him out more than a death threat…





Publishing Details:
  • ISBN-13: 9780451466945
  • Publisher: Roc
  • Publication date: 12/2/2014
  • Series: Mindspace Investigations Series, #4
  • Pages: 352



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Reading Order:
Rabbit Trick (.5)
Clean (1)
Payoff (1.5)
Sharp (2)
Marked (3)
Vacant (4)


About The Author:
Alex Hughes, the author of the award-winning Mindspace Investigations series from Roc, has lived in the Atlanta area since the age of eight. Her short fiction has been published in several markets including EveryDay Fiction, Thunder on the Battlefield and White Cat Magazine. She is an avid cook and foodie, a trivia buff, and a science geek, and loves to talk about neuroscience, the Food Network, and writing craft—but not necessarily all at the same time! For all the latest news and free short stories, join Alex’s email list at http://bit.ly/AlexsList.


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In addition to fun blog posts, interviews, and exclusive excerpts, fans will have a chance to solve a mystery during the month-long VACANT blog tour! A “Clue-like” checklist is available to download from the author’s blog, to be marked off as readers visit stops along the tour schedule. Somewhere on participating blog posts will be clues (clearly marked) that will eliminate specific “Location”, “Weapon”, or “Suspect” options. At the end of the tour, a rafflecopter entry form will help Alex choose a grand prize winner amongst all who correctly guess “who dunnit?” based on the remaining options. There will also be individual blog giveaways for print, digital, and audio copies of Mindspace Investigations novels.

Blog Tour Schedule:
Nov 25th - SF Signal
Nov 26th - I Smell Sheep
Nov 27th – Thanksgiving (US)
               BookHounds
                Books Make Me Happy
Dec 8th - BiblioFiend
                Between The Lines
Dec 10th - Reading Reality
                  Anna’s Book Blog
Dec 15th - Tynga’s Reviews
Dec 17th - Preturnatura
                  Amberkatze’s Book Blog
Dec 18th - Fantasy Literature
                  That’s What I’m Talking About
Dec 19th - Books That Hook
                  Literal Addiction
Dec 21st - Literary Escapism
Dec 22nd - Open Book Society
Dec 23rd - My Bookish Ways



2 comments:

  1. I don't see the Clue card in your post for the Vacant Clue Game

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  2. I a m so sorry...little miss communication..I did not get me clue sent to me until after I was asleep last night. As soon as I get home from work I will add the clue. I am sorry for any troubles

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