Audiobookworm Promotions is organizing an audiobook series tour for Sebastian and Melissa, a Classic Children's Fantasy series from Author Victoria Walker and Narrator Kim Bretton.
The tour will run from Sep. 29th-Oct. 12th and will have a maximum of 20 stops per week.
Signups end on Sep. 22nd.
Reviewers will receive complementary digital copies of the audiobook via Audible US or UK.
Review copies will be distributed by Sep. 11th. Reviews must be of at least 3.5 stars.
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: Victoria Walker
Narrator: Kim Bretton
Publisher: Victoria Clayton Limited
Series: Sebastian and Melissa, Book 1
Genre: Fantasy; Children’s
The Winter of Enchantment, Book 1
A magic mirror enables Sebastian to travel from his Victorian world of winter snow and Mrs Parkin to a magic world of Melissa, Mantari, and wicked Enchanter and many other exciting people.
This wonderful audiobook follows in the great tradition of the E. Nesbit magic books. Since its first publication in 1969 it has proved its appeal to children of every age.
Long out of print until republished by Fidra Books in the UK and Purple House Press in the USA, it received praise from respected children's authors.
The sequel to this book is called The House Called Hadlows.
The House Called Hadlows, Book 2
The sequel to The Winter of Enchantment and the return of Mantari the magic cat.
Sebastian and Melissa would never forget their arrival at the house called Hadlows. The long drive through the neglected park and woodland, the lake glimpsed through trees, the house, with its "thousand windows" looking down on them and the great hall, empty but for the portraits covering the walls. Hadlows held a secret, of that they were sure.
About the Author: Victoria Walker
Victoria Walker was twenty-one when she wrote The Winter of Enchantment in 1968. A second story about Sebastian and Melissa, The House Called Hadlows, was published in 1972. In 1973 she went to Cambridge University to read English and married immediately after finishing her degree. Two children followed and two decades passed before she began to write under her married name of Victoria Clayton. She lives with her husband in Northamptonshire.
About the Narrator: Kim Bretton
Kim is an accomplished and award winning actress and director with West End/Broadway theatre credits. Kim has narrated over 35 audiobooks and counting. She is also an in demand voice over talent in the commercial and corporate arena and owns her own class A recording studio in Nashville. Kim is from the UK but has lived in NYC, L.A. and now Nashville TN. She continues to work in Theatre, Film and TV as an actress and a director alongside narrating audiobooks and commercial voice overs.
Multiple stops per day.
Sep. 11th: Review copies are distributed.
Sep. 22nd: Media packets are distributed via email.