Author Joylene Nowell Butler’s new release, Mâtowak Woman Who Cries , was published in November by Dancing Lemur Press LLC.
Joylene’s tour ran from Oct. 17 through Nov. 19. Posts consisted of reviews, interviews, and excerpts. There was also a tour-wide giveaway for three (3) print copies of the book open to U.S. residents only and one (1) eBook copy open internationally. Be sure to check out the tour schedule at the bottom of the post.
This was an exciting tour and we hope you’ll visit along with us. You can find the dates, blog locations and types of posts featured below.
Oct 17 – Mojito With a Twist – Review & Interview
A Creative Mind – Excerpt
La Vita On The Sea – Review, Excerpt, Feature
What Is That Book About – Excerpt
Oct. 18 – Rockin Book Reviews – Review
Mello and June, It’s a Book Thang! – Feature
Oct. 19 – Medeia Sharif – Social Media Post
Just Reviews – Review
Oct. 20 – Patricia Stoltey, Author – Guest Post
Que Sara Sera Book Blog – Review
Just Us Books – Excerpt
Oct. 21 – The Silver Dagger Scriptorium – Review, Excerpt
Hearts & Scribbles – Excerpt
Julie Flanders – Excerpt
Careann’s Musings – Review
Oct. 24 – Thoughts in Progress – Review
Oct. 25 – Hank Quense’s Blog – Excerpt
Sandra’s Blog – Excerpt
Oct. 26 – Books and Spoons – Review, Excerpt
JoJo The Bookaholic – Feature
Oct. 27 – Mel’s Shelves – Excerpt
Oct. 28 – Careann’s Musings – Excerpt
Nov. 1 – Ali – The Dragon Slayer – Excerpt
Writer’s Gambit – Interview
Nov. 2 – A Bluestocking’s Place – Excerpt
Nov. 4 – Writing in Wonderland – Feature, Excerpt
Nov, 7 – Murees Dupé – Feature, Excerpt
Storybook Reviews – Excerpt
Writing, Reading, and the Pursuit of Dreams – Review
Nov. 8 – A Holland Reads – Feature
Nov. 9 – Author Annette Drake – Interview
The Five Year Project – Interview on Blogger – on WordPress
Crystal Collier, Author – Feature
Nov. 10 – Bookworm 1102 – Excerpt
Nov. 11 – The Book’s The Thing – Guest Post
Nov. 14 – Christine Rains – Writer– Excerpt
Bish Denham – Excerpt
Nov. 15 – Rosie Amber – Review
Nov. 17 – The Girl With Book Lungs – Excerpt
Nov. 18 – Celtic Lady’s Reviews – Review
Nov. 19 – Brooke Blogs – Review, Excerpt
Extra Reviews – Stuart Aken
Reviewing the Evidence
Lisa Haselton’s Reviews and Interviews
You can check out the giveaway HERE. It will end Nov. 22.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
A murder enveloped in pain and mystery…
When Canada’s retired Minister of National Defense, Leland Warner, is murdered in his home, the case is handed to Corporal Danny Killian, an aboriginal man tortured by his wife’s unsolved murder.
The suspect, 60-year-old Sally Warner, still grieves for the loss of her two sons, dead in a suicide/murder eighteen months earlier. Confused and damaged, she sees in Corporal Killian a friend sympathetic to her grief and suffering and wants more than anything to trust him.
Danny finds himself with a difficult choice—indict his prime suspect, the dead minister’s horribly abused wife or find a way to protect her and risk demotion. Or worse, transfer away from the scene of his wife’s murder and the guilt that haunts him…
Mâtowak Woman Who Cries is available in eBook at the following sites:
Dancing Lemur Press, L.L.C
The print copy is available at:
When Joylene’s father died in 1983, she wrote her first full–length manuscript to channel her grief. The seven-year process left her hooked and she began Dead Witness within a few weeks of finishing Always Father’s Child. Today Joylene is the author of three suspense novels: Dead Witness, Broken But Not Dead, and the steampunk collaboration Break Time.
Author Joylene Nowell Butler
While she’ll admit being published didn’t fix all the wrongs in her life, she wishes her parents had lived to see her success. Dead Witness was a finalist in the 2012 Global eBook Awards. Broken But Not Dead won the 2012 IPPY Silver Medal, and its sequel Mâtowak Woman Who Cries is due for release November 1, 2016.
Joylene lives with her husband and their two cats Marbles and Shasta on beautiful Cluculz Lake in central British Columbia. They spend their winters in Bucerias, Nayarit, Mexico.
For more on Joylene and her writing, visit her website and blog then connect with her on Twitter, Facebook, Goodreads, and her Amazon Author Page.