⭐️ Audio Blog Tour: The Part About the Dragon Was (Mostly) True by Sean Gibson

⭐️ Audio Blog Tour: The Part About the Dragon Was (Mostly) True by Sean Gibson

Audiobookworm Promotions is organizing an audiobook blog tour for The Part About the Dragon Was (Mostly) True from Author Sean Gibson.

The tour will run from Apr. 18th-24th and will have 15 maximum stops.

Signups end on Apr. 11th.

Reviewers will receive complementary digital audiobook copies via Audible.com or Audible.co.uk.

Review copies will be distributed by Mar. 12th. Reviews posted during the tour 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 Affiliate HQ page.

All tour stops must be posted by 10am EST. 

Author: Sean Gibson

Narrator: Haley Catherine

Length: 10 hours 8 minutes

Publisher: The Parliament House

Released: Feb. 8, 2021

Genre: Fantasy

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Synopsis

Sure, you think you know the story of the fearsome red dragon, Dragonia. How it terrorized the village of Skendrick until a brave band of heroes answered the noble villagers' call for aid. How nothing could stop those courageous souls from facing down the dragon. How they emerged victorious and laden with treasure. But, even in a world filled with epic adventures and tales of derring-do, where dragons, goblins, and unlicensed prestidigitators run amok, legendary heroes don't always know what they're doing. Sometimes they're clueless. Sometimes beleaguered townsfolk are more hapless than helpless. And orcs? They're not always assholes, and sometimes they don't actually want to eat your children. 

 

Heloise the Bard, Erithea's most renowned storyteller (at least, to hear her tell it), is here to set the record straight. See, it turns out adventuring isn't easy, and true heroism is as rare as an articulate villager. Having spent decades propagating this particular myth (which, incidentally, she wrote), she finally able to tell the real story - for which she just so happened to have a front-row seat. Welcome to Erithea. I hope you brought a change of undergarments - things are going to get messy.

About the Author: Sean Gibson

Sean Gibson, "author" and slackonteur, is not a professional mini biography writer (if he were, this would be much more compelling). Instead, he’s a communications professional by day, hangs out with his amazing wife, son, and daughter by night, and writes somewhere in between. He holds a BA in English Literature from Ohio Wesleyan University and an MBA from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, though rumors persist that he also attended mime school (he is silent on the subject). Sean is a fan of sports teams from Detroit, a distressingly large number of bands that rose to prominence in the 1980s, and writing in the third person. He currently resides in Northern Virginia, and, given how much he hates moving, and given that his house has an awesome library, is likely to remain there for some time.

Sean is the author of several stories starring Heloise the Bard, including The Part About the Dragon Was (Mostly) True, "You Just Can't Hide from Chriskahzaa," and The Chronicle of Heloise & Grimple. He also wrote the Victorian-set fantasy thriller The Camelot Shadow and its prequel short, "The Strange Task Before Me." He has written extensively for Kirkus Reviews, and his book reviews have also appeared in Esquire.

About the Narrator: Haley Catherine

Haley Catherine is am a performer, singer and VO actor based in both London and Austin, Texas (depending on the time of year, and state of the world!). She received her BFA (cum laude) from Boston Conservatory and my MA (distinction) from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and has spent her time since training working with companies such as The National, Secret Cinema, Welsh National Opera, and more, as well as narrating audiobooks for ACX and Audible.

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