Friday, March 28, 2014

Now scheduling a one month tour for The Lost and Broken Realm by Chris M. Arnone

Now scheduling a one month tour for The Lost and Broken Realm by Chris M. Arnone

This tour will run  APril 21- May 19 (weekdays only)

I am scheduling  interviews, guest blogs and spotlight stops

To participate in this tour please send:

Your blog name and url

A couple suggested dates during the tour

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The Lost and Broken Realm
Things Forgotten
Book 1
Chris M. Arnone

Genre: Contemporary Fantasy

ISBN: 9780991397907
ISBN: 9781311266194


Number of pages: 325 print
approx 299 ebook
Word Count: 103,000

Cover Artist: Cassandra Whitney

Book Description:

Gabriel Drake had royally fouled up his life. Before his wife died, he was wealthy, respected, and loved. He pissed away the small fortune he and his wife built, drove away his friends, alienated his family, and even took a few precarious steps on the wrong side of the law. He lost his way. The world had forgotten the man he was, and then a head-on collision between his Jeep and a tree changed everything.

Death would have been easier. Instead, he’s woken up in a strange place where all the lost and forgotten things and people of our world go to rest. The laws of physics seem to be driven more by magic than logic. Cats fly and talk into his mind. He’s in a place where real power has been trampled under the foot of a maniacal emperor, and Gabriel alone has the power to free these forgotten people from the emperor’s iron grip. Which will Gabriel save: these lost and broken people, or his own shattered life?

About the Author:

Chris grew up in Independence, MO. He attended college at Truman State University where he pursued his loves of theater, music, and the written word. Now, he makes his home in Kansas City, MO with his wife Christy and their four cats.

Aside from writing feverishly, he is an avid supporter of the Kansas City burlesque, performance, and arts communities. He is an occasional emcee, outspoken supporter of LGBTQ equality, and King of the Nerds. No, you didn't vote for him; that's why he's king, not president.

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