To help kick off this fabulous read, Eric has scheduled a WOW! Women on Writing book blog tour beginning September 4th and continuing for approximately a month. During this time, followers will have opportunities to hear from reviewers, read guest blog posts written by Eric Trant, as well as having plenty of chances to win their very own copy of Risen. If you'd like to participate in the tour (whether you have your own blog or not), please email: firstname.lastname@example.org and find out how you can get in on all the action!
Genre: Historical Supernatural Fiction
Page count: 268
Haunted by visions of a demonic angel and sold into servitude by his father, young Alberto battles to survive the horrors of a nineteenth century Sicilian sulfur mine.
Suffering merciless brutality, Alberto must save not only himself but his deformed older brother, both pawns in their father’s mad plan to overthrow a group of wealthy landowners.
Bound by a death-debt to his hunchback master, Alberto discovers a door the miners call Porta dell’Inferno, the Door to Hell, deep within the sulfur mines. When he learns the demon-angel of his dreams stalks the caverns beyond the door, Alberto realizes a strange fate has lured him and his brother to the gates leading to the underworld.
Now Alberto must face the creature from his visions and rise to become the man his father demands him to be, or remain forever trapped in a hellish world where none escape.
WOW! Women on Writing tour dates:
Launch Day Interview and Giveaway 9/4/2017 (tour will last 30 ish days)
Guest Post Options:
b-- ; Carusi: Child Labor in 19th Century Sicily Sulfur Mines
e -- ; Life Gets Better: An Angel Dad Reports Five Years Later
g -- ; Foreign Dialogue: Managing it in Writing
h-- ; Sex Outside of Erotica: Create Steamy (and Tasteful) Scenes in any Genre
j -- ; Why Everyone Should Own a Small Business
About the Author:
Eric resides in Dallas, TX with his wife and children, where he writes and manages his own business. His writing combines literary characterization with supernatural elements, all the while engaging the reader's senses with constant movement and vivid settings. His books are designed to be one-sitters, meaning they can and should be read in one (or a few) sittings, owing to the fast-paced nature of the writing. You can visit Eric at www.EricTrant.com, or see his blog at DiggingWithTheWorms.blogspot.com.