Thursday, July 17, 2014

RJ Sullivan: Haunting Blue Blog Tour

RJ Sullivan: Haunting Blue Blog Tour

About RJ Sullivan:  Haunting Blue is the first book of the adventures of punk girl Fiona “Blue” Shaefer. This is the 2014 revised edition by Seventh Star Press. Seventh Star also released Haunting Obsession, a Rebecca Burton Novella, and Virtual Blue, the second book in Fiona’s tale. 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.
R.J. resides in Heartland Crossing, Indiana. He drinks coffee from a Little Mermaid mug and is man enough to admit it.

Haunting Blue Book Synopsis: Punk, blue-haired “Blue” Shaefer, is at odds with her workaholic single mother. Raised as a city girl in a suburb of Indianapolis, Blue must abandon the life she knows when her unfeeling mother moves them to a dreadful small town. Blue befriends the only student willing to talk to her: computer nerd “Chip” Farren.
Chip knows the connection between the rickety pirate boat ride at the local amusement park and the missing money from an infamous bank heist the townspeople still talk about. When Blue helps him recover the treasure, they awaken a vengeful ghost who’ll stop at nothing--not even murder--to prevent them from exposing the truth behind his evil deeds.
Haunting Blue is Book One of the Adventures of Blue Shaefer

My thoughts:
I have already had the privilege of meeting Blue, and I still would love to hang out with this girl. This character is so intriguing. Sullivan has done a fantastic job of making a character that I would love to see continue in many more books. This book reviewed is Book one and I have already read book two. You can read my review: here. Sullivan is a great story teller and has done an amazing job in creating a ghost story.  This story had it all laughs, scary moments, and meaningful scenes.  Blue moves to a small town with her mom and discovers there is a lot more going on then she could have ever imagined. Legend tells of Gunther and along with pal Chip they discover more than ever dreamed of. I love the way Sullivan tells the story from Blue’s point of view and then from Gunther's in the past. This was a fantastic read.

My Rating:
4 ½ out of 5  

Interior art from the book.

Author Links:

Tour Schedule and Activitiesv
7/14                Jess Resides Here                                           Interview
7/14                Beauty in Ruins                                              Guest Post
7/14                fuonlyknew ~ Laura's ramblins and reviews  Top Tens List
7/15                Deal Sharing Aunt                                         Top Ten’s List
7/15                John F. Allen Writer                                      Character Post
7/15                Armand Rosamilia, Horror Author              Guest Post
7/16                The Rage Circus Vs. The Soulless Void         Review
7/16                SpecMusicMuse                                             Interview
7/16                Workaday Reads                                           Post on Artwork of Haunting Blue
7/16                I Smell Sheep                                                 Character Post
7/17                Bee's Knees Review                                       Review
7/17                Library Girl Reads & Reviews                                    Guest Post
7/17                Come Selahway With Me                             Guest Post
7/18                A Haunted Head                                            Author Interview
7/19                Nerd With A View                                         Top Tens Post
7/19                Coffintree Hill                                                Guest Post
7/20                Willow's Author Love                                               Review

Amazon Links for Haunting Blue:
Kindle Version:
Print Version:

eBook being reviewed was provided for an honest review, and that no compensation was provided.

Contact for tour:
Tomorrow Comes Media Contact:
Stephen Zimmer


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