Audiobookworm Promotions is organizing an audiobook blog tour for My Father's Kingdom, a work of Historical Fiction from author James W. George. The tour will run from July 30th to August 5th and will have unlimited stops.
My Father's Kingdom is narrated by Angus Freathy. It is 6 hours and 18 minutes long.
Reviewers will receive complementary digital audiobook copies of each installment via Audible.com.
Review copies will be distributed by June 30th. Reviews must be of at least 3.5 stars.
Post options for this tour include: Reviews, Spotlights + Audio Excerpts, Author Interviews, Top 10 Lists, Mood Boards, and a Giveaway.
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: James W. George
Narrator: Angus Freathy
Length: 6h 18m
Publisher: James W. George
Genre: Historical Fiction
In 1620, more than 100 devout men and women crossed the treacherous Atlantic Ocean and established a colony in the New World where they could build a righteous and Godly society. Without the fortuitous friendship of the Wampanoag people and their charismatic leader Massasoit, however, it is doubtful the holy experiment would have survived.
Fifty years later Plymouth Colony has not only survived, it has prospered, and more and more Englishmen are immigrating to New England. The blessed alliance with the Wampanoag, however, is in severe jeopardy. Massasoit has passed away along with most of the original settlers of Plymouth Colony, and their children and grandchildren have very different ideas about their historic friendship.
Thrust into the center of events is Reverend Israel Brewster, an idealistic young minister with a famous grandfather and a tragic past. Meanwhile, Massasoit's son, known as "King Philip" by the English, is tormented by both the present and the past. He is watching the resources and culture of the Wampanoag nation fade away at the hands of the English and desperately wishes to restore hope and security to his people.
In a world of religious fervor, devastating sickness, and incessant greed, can the alliance of their forefathers survive? Or will New England feel the wrath of tragic, bloody war?
About the Author: James W. George
James W. George is a debut author currently residing in Virginia. He is a graduate of Boston University, a military veteran, and a lover of historical fiction.
About the Narrator: Angus Freathy
Angus Freathy was born and educated in London – that’s the one in England, for you Ohio folks!
After qualifying as a Chartered Accountant, he went to Switzerland to join Nestlé for a 2-year wandering assignment, which lasted 37 years and involved travel and work on every continent (except the cold ones at the top and bottom).
Periods of residence in the U.S., Hong Kong and Switzerland have resulted in a network of friends and acquaintances with an amazing range of world insight and a wide repertoire of mostly excellent jokes.
Since retirement, Angus and his (still working) wife, Debra have lived in Oregon, Maryland and are now in Dublin, Ohio, ‘the only place we have actually chosen to live since we have been married!’.
Following a crushing rejection by the BBC at the age of 19, Angus is re-activating a long-held ambition and launching a new career in voice-over, with the sole intention of having some fun and being in touch with some very talented people.
Multiple stops per day.
Jun. 30th: Review copies are distributed.
Jul. 16th: Interview questions due to me.
Jul. 23rd: Media packets are distributed via email.