Book Tour: Tremontaine – Spotlight and Giveaway

Tremontaine BookTremontaine Description

Author: Ellen Kushner, Joel Derfner, Karen Lord, Delia Sherman, Racheline Maltese, Paul Witcover, Tessa Gratton, and Liz duffy Adams.

Pub. Date: October 11, 2017

Publisher: Serial Box

Formats: eBook & audiobook

Find it: Season 1 AmazonSeason 2 AmazonSeason 3 Episode 1 AmazonSeason 3 Episode 2Season 3 Episode 3 AmazoniBooksSeason 1 iBooksSeason 2 iBooksSeason 3 Episode 1 iBooksSeason 3 Episode 2 iBooksSeason 3 Episode 3 iBooks,  Serial Box

Tremontaine Summary

Since launching last year, serial fiction startup Serial Box has been featured from coast to coast including stories on NPRWiredBuzzFeed and i09. Serial Box was called “a godsend for a niche market of readers” by The Chicago Tribune.

As one of the flagship serials from Serial Box with tens of thousands of readers across multiple platforms, Tremontaine has made waves in the serial, LGBTQ, and fan fiction community.

Tremontaine introducers readers to a world where ambition, love affairs, and rivalries dance with deadly results. In this serial, Ellen Kushner and a team of writers return readers to the world of scandal and swordplay introduced in her cult-classic novel Swordspoint. Readers familiar with the series will find a welcome homecoming while new fans will learn what makes Riverside a place they will want to visit again and again. Tremontaine follows Diane, Duchess Tremontaine, whose beauty is matched only by her cunning; Rafe Fenton, a handsome young scholar with more passion than sense; Ixkaab Balam, a tradeswoman from afar with skill for swords and secrets; and Micah, a gentle genius whose discoveries herald revolution. Sparks fly as these four lives intersect in a world where politics is everything, and outcasts are the tastemakers.

Team-written by some of today’s most exciting authors, Tremontaine season 3 is brought to you by Ellen KushnerJoel DerfnerKaren LordDelia ShermanRacheline MaltesePaul WitcoverTessa Gratton, and Liz duffy Adams.

About Seral Box:

A new kind of publishing company for a new age.

While technology has rapidly evolved, the way publishers and writers bring books to readers really hasn’t. Storytelling in TV has become more sophisticated and multilayered, podcasts have risen to mainstream media status—but ebooks are just books on digital devices, not easier, more fun, or more social than they were before.

Serial Box is here to change all of that: artfully blending together the best of series television and the convenience of ebooks and audiobooks to bring readers a new form of story telling. Releasing fiction serials over the course of 10-16 week seasons, Serial Box is about delivering addictive episodes straight to the user’s digital device to be read or listened to anytime, anywhere.

Taking a few pages from the world of television, Serial Box hires a team of a talented and award-winning writers to collaborate on each serial, pulling the best ideas to develop great characters and craft a narrative that captivates readers over the course of the season. A new ensemble of writers works on each series, so each will vary in genre and length, but they’ll always be entertaining page-turners that keep you wondering what will happen in next week’s episode.

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Giveaway Details:

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Tour Schedule:

 

Week One:

11/6/2017- A Dream Within A Dream– Excerpt

11/6/2017- Jamieson Wolfe– Review

11/7/2017- Books,Dreams,Life– Pre Made Post

11/7/2017- BookishRealmReviews– Spotlight

11/8/2017- Novel Novice– Excerpt

11/8/2017- BookHounds YA– Review

11/9/2017- Owl Always Be Reading– Review

11/9/2017- BookCrushin– Review

11/10/2017- Read Lovely Books– Excerpt

 

Week Two:

11/13/2017- Owl Always Be Reading– Review

11/13/2017- YA and Wine– Pre Made Post

11/14/2017- Hauntedbybooks13– Review

11/14/2017- Texan Girl Reads– Review

11/15/2017- Hooked To Books– Spotlight

11/16/2017- A Gingerly Review– Review

11/17/2017- Owl Always Be Reading– Review

11/17/2017- Two Chicks on Books– Review

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