Audiobookworm Promotions is organizing an audiobook tour for Voyager, a Science Fiction novel from Author Michael MacBride.
The tour will run from Sep. 26th to Oct. 2nd.
Signups end on Sep. 19th.
Reviewers will receive complementary digital copies of the audiobook via MP3.
Review copies will be distributed by Sep. 3rd. Reviews posted during the tour need to 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: Michael MacBride
Narrators: Jonathan Belville; Deanna Anthony; Anna Caputo
Length: 6 hours 23 minutes
Publisher: Michael MacBride
Released: July 2021
Genre: Science Fiction
On Earth, Grover Baines (a NASA scientist) is murdered in 1979 when he stumbles upon a secret third Voyager flight. Unlike the two other probes, Voyager 3 was a small manned craft loaded with reproductive material in hopes of finding a suitable planet for habitation on Alpha Centauri. The scientist's family continues to unravel clues about what happened, and whether there's any truth to the papers they discover. Years later, in 2001, a fourth Voyager is sent on the same mission. Though technology has advanced dramatically in the 24 years since the first three Voyagers were launched, this mission manages to remain secret amid the attacks on the Twin Towers. When contact is lost with Voyager 4, plans are put into motion for a 5th Voyager to retrieve its lost siblings. As NASA struggles to reconcile the past, the crews on each ship wrestle with the boredom of space and limitations of the technology available to them, and the Baines family attempts to find peace with the past.
About the Author: Michael MacBride
Originally from Michigan, Michael MacBride now calls Minnesota home. He has delivered newspapers, worked for UPS, delivered pizzas, done collections at a bank, was a roadie for a country band, was a grant-writer and funder-researcher for non-profits, taught English, Literature, and Humanities courses at universities and colleges in Minnesota, New Hampshire, Ohio, and Illinois, and held a few other jobs in between. Regardless of his "regular job", he's always been a reader and a writer.
Multiple stops per day.
Sep. 3rd: Review copies are distributed.
Sep. 19th: Media packets are distributed via email.