Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Christina E. Pilz on tour for Fagin’s Boy, March 10-21
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Please join author Christina E. Pilz as she tours virtually for Fagin’s Boy from March 10-21.
Publication Date: January 1, 2014
Blue Rain Press
Five years after Fagin was hanged in Newgate, Oliver Twist, at the age of seventeen, is a young man of good breeding and fine manners, living a quiet life in a corner of London. When Oliver loses his protector and guardian, he is able, with the help of Mr. Brownlow’s friends, to find employment in a well-respected haberdashery in Soho.
However, in the midst of these changes, Jack Dawkins, also known as the Artful Dodger arrives in London, freshly returned from being deported. Oliver’s own inability to let go of his past, as well as his renewed and intimate acquaintance with Jack, take him back to the life he thought he’d left behind.
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About the Author
Being a writer is not just what I do, it’s who I am. Even if everything else in the day turns sour, if I have written, then it’s still a pretty good day.
I decided I wanted to be a writer when my fourth grade teacher (Mrs. Harr) gave me a good grade on a creative writing story I’d written. And not only that, she added “I like your ending,” along with a smiley face. At that point, I was off and running. I’ve been writing and making up stories ever since.
I live in Colorado. I’ve tried to live elsewhere, but it’s always too far from my family, so I returned for good some time ago. Colorado is a brilliant location to live in as it’s not very far from either coast, and the local international airport is only an hour away.
Right beside my writing desk, I have a green arm chair and ottoman that I call The Vortex. There are two reasons I call it that. The first is that it’s always trying to suck me in and sit down and do nothing but think and read and stare at the sunlight and shadows as they dapple the walls and ceiling. The second is that once I sit down in the thing, it’s almost impossible to get up, as The Vortex keeps sucking me in.
Visit Christina Pilz’s website for more information. You can connect with her on Facebook and Twitter.
Virtual Book Tour Schedule
Monday, March 10
Review & Giveaway at Broken Teepee
Tuesday, March 11
Review at Lit Nerd
Wednesday, March 12
Guest Post at Historical Fiction Connection
Thursday, March 13
Interview at Let Them Read Books
Interview at To Read or Not to Read
Friday, March 14
Review & Giveaway at Peeking Between the Pages
Monday, March 17
Guest Post at Historical Tapestry
Interview at Layered Pages
Tuesday, March 18
Spotlight & Giveaway at HF Book Muse-News
Wednesday, March 19
Spotlight & Giveaway at So Many Precious Books, So Little Time
Friday, March 21
Review at Impressions in Ink
Review & Interview at Mina’s Bookshelf
Review & Giveaway at The True Book Addict
Guest Post at Le Vanity Victorienne
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