Anthony Renfro from Books, Movies, Poetry are one of the independent writers that I’ve gotten to check out their work last year through various short stories. His short stories revolved around supernatural/paranormal context: ghosts, evil spirits, zombies, vampires, etc. Not exactly my usual reading material, especially when I don’t even read a lot of short stories but they were all captivating in their own ways. I still have his previous novel sitting in my e-reader but when he asked me to join in on his blog tour for his newest novel, AWOL, how could I say no?
I present to you the book cover and a synopsis. At the bottom, you will find the links for some free examples and if you are interested, links to where you can get a copy of AWOL 🙂
AWOL: A Character Lost
by Anthony Renfro
Imagine that you are a character in a story.
You have a home.
You have a life.
You have it all.
Then suddenly you wake up alone and afraid in a cold, dark place. Somehow you find your courage and your voice. When you ask for help, words light up on a wall in the darkness. You read them and realize you are in the creative center of your author’s mind. Instead of rescuing you, the author asks you for help.
This book is about the journey of that character, as he moves from story to story desperately trying to find his home.
Find the novel AWOL here:
For Free and in MOBI, EPUB, and PDF Files
You can also find me on Goodreads at this link: https://www.goodreads.com/atothewr
You can follow the blog tour below:
January 5th Michelle Proulx (http://michelleproulx.com/)
January 6th Emily Guido (http://emilyguido.com/)
January 7th Beckisbookblog (https://beckisbookblog.wordpress.com/)
January 8th Kim Tranquil Dreams (https://klling.wordpress.com/)
January 9th Chris Graham (http://thestoryreadingapeblog.com/)
January 10th Laura Thomas (http://fuonlyknew.com/)