Assembling A Story at Sinfully Gay Romance Book Reviews!

 Hello, Internet! It’s time for the Some Assembly Required Blog Tour round-up! Forgive this late posting. Yikes!

On Valentine’s Day I was over at Sinfully Gay Romance Book Reviews giving a happy reading of one of my favorite scenes from Some Assembly Required. I hope you enjoy. I have a thing for readings, I super-duper get into it. I just hate dictating. You gotta emote!

And in case you missed all the previous fun, Bru is over at the Purple Rose Tea House, talking about adventures in DIY projects and employing her children as…erm….free labor. It’s not what you think!

And then we did a two-part interview where Bru put me in the hot seat at Open Skye Book Reviews and I returned the favor at Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words. We chat away about what it’s like to work together in our fit of insanity.

And join us tomorrow over at Joyfully Jay where the tour comes to a close, and I share the fun times of what it’s like when Bru and I started on this journey, and we wouldn’t have it any other way!



Genre:
 Contemporary Paranormal Comedy
Length: Novel
Published: February 8, 2016
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
ISBN: 978-1-63476-810-8
Buy: DSPAReAmazonBarnes and Noble

Blurb:

Everyone wishes they were dead when wandering the purgatory of a home furnishings store, but these guys actually are.

Benji Goss is the quintessential good guy. When his boyfriend dumps him and moves out, Benji obligingly keeps the cat—even though he’s allergic—because his ex’s new place doesn’t accept pets. He’s always joked the cat would be the death of him, but not in a way he expects when a feline mishap crushes him under a DEL TORO bookcase.

Snarky loner Patrick Bryant is in such a rut he barely remembers the life he used to lead. The last thing he recalls is being decapitated by a DEL TORO bookcase in a freak accident. As a spiritual CASA resident, he haunts the aisles of affordable Italian furniture, assisting fellow spirits in moving on to their final destinations.

When Benji appears in the CASA café, Patrick considers the naïve spirit just the man to cure his boredom. Benji’s relentless optimism chips away at Patrick’s sarcasm, making him question if there’s something beyond what he can see. But the heart is like CASA furniture—there’s always some assembly required.

Blog Tour Stops:

2/8 – The Novel Approach and Release Day!

2/9 – Gay List Book Reviews

2/9 – My Fiction Nook

2/10 – Love Bytes Reviews

2/10 – Divine Magazine

2/11 – Purple Rose Tea House

2/11 – Open Skye Book Reviews

2/11 – Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words

2/14 – Sinfully Gay Romance Book Reviews

2/17 – Joyfully Jay

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