Audiobookworm Promotions is organizing an audiobook blog tour for A Time and a Place, a Time Travel novel from Author Joe Mahoney.
The tour will run from Nov. 22nd to 28th and have a maximum of 10 stops.
Signups end on Nov. 15th.
A Time and a Place is narratedJoe Mahoney and is 10 hours and 33 minutes in length.
Reviewers will receive complementary digital copies of the audiobook via Audible.com.
Review copies will be distributed by Oct. 25th. Reviews must be of at least 3.5 stars.
Post options for this tour include: Reviews, Spotlights, Audio Excerpts, Author Interviews, Narrator Interviews, Guest Posts, and Top 10 Lists.
All other info will be included in the Tour Media Kit, distributed via email the week before the start of the tour. There will also be a link on the Host HQ page.
All tour stops must be posted by 10am EST.
Author: Joe Mahoney
Narrator: Joe Mahoney
Length: 10 hours and 33 minutes
Publisher: Five Rivers Publishing
Released: Sep. 21, 2018
Genre: Science Fiction; Time Travel
Barnabus’ nephew is behaving oddly.
Calling upon Doctor Humphrey for assistance has not been particularly helpful because the good doctor’s diagnosis of demonic possession is clearly preposterous. Even the demon currently ensconced on the front-room couch agrees it’s preposterous. But then, how else to explain the portal to another world through which his nephew and Humphrey have just now disappeared?
Barnabus knows their only chance of rescue is for Barnabus J. Wildebear himself to step up and go through that portal.
Thus begins an existential romp across space and time, trampling on Barnabus’ assumptions about causality, free will, identity, good, and evil. Can Barnabus save his nephew - and incidentally, all of humanity?
About the Author/Narrator: Joe Mahoney
Joe Mahoney is a writer/broadcaster currently working full-time for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. His first novel, A Time and a Place, was published in October 2017 by Five Rivers Press. His short fiction has been published in Canada, Australia and Greece, and he’s been nominated twice for an Aurora Award, one of Canada’s top awards for science fiction and fantasy, for his work on CBC Radio. He lives in Whitby, Ontario with his wife and two daughters, and their golden retriever and Siberian forest cat.
Multiple stops per day.
Oct. 25th: Review copies are distributed.
Nov. 15th: Media packets are distributed via email.