Friday, November 1, 2013

Blog Tour R.J. Sullivan- Virtual Blue

Book Synopsis: Did you ever wish you could escape to a virtual world? What if you could...but then couldn’t get out?

Two years after her deadly clash with a vengeful ghost, Fiona “Blue” Shaefer still can’t shake off the trauma of that night. Moving to New York with her father didn’t help. Neither did absorbing herself in her college classes. Not even her poetry provided the solace it once did. She convinces herself that ending her relationship with Eugene “Chip” Farren, her long-distance boyfriend and final tie to the horrors of that night, might bring the closure she needs. Blue travels to Bloomington to break the news to Chip in person, but her timing couldn’t be any worse.

The Sisters of Baalina, vengeful cultists who practice a new form of “techno-magic,” have targeted Chip’s multi-player videogame as the perfect environment to cast a dangerous spell to free a demoness from the very pits of hell. In the process, their plan may trap Blue in a prison of the mind with no locks, no bars, and no escape.

My Thoughts:

RJ Sullivan is a pretty new to me author, I read Haunting Obsession last year and instantly loved Mr. Sullivan's voice and storytelling. He makes amazing complex, detailed, rich characters. That is something I truly love in a story. I fangirled over Rebecca in Haunting Obsession but I am crushing in Blue. She is smart, clever, all round awesome punk girl. I was amazed at all that was going on in this book. Ghosts, Long distance relationships, supernatural forces and virtual worlds.  This book is for gamers, fantasy, paranormal lovers. This is book two in the Blue Series but it was easy to follow with out reading book one. (Though I can not wait to read book one now.) I highly recommend this book. 

My Rating:

5 out of 5. :) 

This book also has a cover and art by one of my favorite artists, Bonnie Wasson. 

Seventh Star never ceases to amaze me on the quality of their authors and art.

 About the Author: R. J. Sullivan’s novel Haunting Blue is an edgy paranormal thriller and the first book of the adventures of punk girl Fiona “Blue” Shaefer and her boyfriend Chip Farren. Seventh Star Press released Haunting Obsession, a Rebecca Burton Novella in 2012 and Virtual Blue, the second book in Fiona’s tale, in 2013. Seventh Star will release a new edition of Haunting Blue in early 2014. R. J.’s short stories have been featured in such acclaimed collections as Dark Faith Invocations by Apex Books and Vampires Don’t Sparkle. His newest project is the Red Lotus series of science fiction novelettes for readers of all ages.

R.J. resides with his family in Heartland Crossing, Indiana. Check in regularly to learn the latest about the projects of R. J. Sullivan.

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Tour Schedule and Activities

October 28     Jess Resides Here                              Contest

October 28     Jorie Loves a Story                           Review

October 28     Come Selahway With Me                 Guest Post

October 29     Sheila Deeth Blog                              Character Interview w/ Blue

October 30     Armand Rosamilia                            Guest Post

October 30     A Haunted Head                               Special Post Tba

October 30     Deal Sharing Aunt                            Review

October 30     Word to Dreams                                Promo Spotlight

October 31     John F. Allen                                                 Ivory Blaque Interview of RJ!

October 31     Spellbindings                                     Character Post with Rebecca Burton

October 31     Library Girl Reads and Reviews     Character Interview of Rebecca Burton

November 1   Bee’s Knees Reviews                         Review

November 1   Beauty in Ruins                                 Guest Post

November 2   Azure Dwarf                                     Guest Post

November 3   Angela Meadon                                 Review

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