Audiobookworm Promotions is organizing an audiobook blog tour for Song at Dawn from Author Jean Gill.
The tour will run from Aug. 2nd to 8th and will have unlimited stops.
Signups end on July 26th.
Song at Dawn is narrated by Jake Urry and is 12 hours and 48 minutes in length.
Reviewers will receive complementary digital copies of the audiobook via Audible.com.
Review copies will be distributed by Jul. 5th. Reviews must be of at least 3.5 stars.
Post options for this tour include: Reviews, Spotlights, Audio Excerpts, and Mood Boards.
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: Jean Gill
Narrator: Jake Urry
Length: 12 hours 48 minutes
Series: The Troubadours Quartet, Volume 1
Publisher: Jean Gill
Released: Apr. 24, 2018
Genre: Historical Fiction
Book 1 of the award-winning historical fiction series The Troubadours Quartet
Historical Novel Society Editor's Choice
Winner of the Global Ebooks Award for Best Historical Fiction
Finalist in the Wishing Shelf Awards and the Chaucer Awards
"Believable, page-turning and memorable." (Lela Michael, S.P. Review)
On the run from abuse, Estela wakes in a ditch with only her lute, her amazing voice, and a dagger hidden in her underskirt. Her talent finds a patron in Aliénor of Aquitaine and more than a music tutor in the queen's finest troubadour and commander of the Guard, Dragonetz los Pros.
Weary of war, Dragonetz uses Jewish money and Moorish expertise to build that most modern of inventions, a papermill, arousing the wrath of the church. Their enemies gather, ready to light the political and religious powder keg of medieval Narbonne.
Set in the period following the Second Crusade, Jean Gill's spellbinding romantic thrillers evoke medieval France with breathtaking accuracy. The characters soar and include amazing women like Eleanor of Aquitaine and Ermengarda of Narbonne, who shaped history in battles and in bedchambers.
"Historical fiction at its best." (Karen Charlton, author of the Detective Lavender Mysteries)
About the Author: Jean Gill
Jean Gill is a Welsh writer and photographer living in the south of France with two scruffy dogs, a beehive named 'Endeavour', a Nikon D750 and a man. For many years, she taught English and was the first woman to be a secondary headteacher in Wales. She is mother or stepmother to five children so life was hectic.
Publications are varied, including prize-winning poetry and novels, military history, translated books on dog training, and a cookery book on goat cheese. With Scottish parents, an English birthplace and French residence, she can usually support the winning team on most sporting occasions.
Sign up to Jean special readers' group at www.jeangill.com for exclusive news, offers and a free book. If you review one of Jean's books you can add a dog to Jean's Readers Dogs Hall of Fame on her website. Contact Jean at firstname.lastname@example.org with comments or questions. She loves to hear from readers.
About the Narrator: Jake Urry
Jake Urry has been narrating and producing Audiobooks since February 2016, and in that time has released 28 titles, including The Cryptic Lines by Richard Storry, White is the Coldest Colour and A Mind to Kill by John Nicholl, the PI Harlan Ulrich series by Ambrose Ibsen, The Tesla Gate by John D. Mimms, and The Dragon Apocalypse Series by James Maxey. In 2018 Jake will be working on a wide range of Audiobooks across the genres of Mystery, Thriller, Fantasy, Horror and Sci-Fi.
Multiple stops per day.
Jul. 5th: Review copies are distributed.
Jul. 22nd: Interview questions due to me.
Jul. 26th: Media packets are distributed via email.