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Monday, May 16, 2011

BLOG TOUR: Guest Post with Author Susan Kronick + Giveaway!

Hi everyone!
Welcome back to another week here at Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers.  I hope your weekends went well and were filled with some fantastic reading.  Speaking of reading, is your TBR pile getting a bit on the low side?  No?  Okay, well...neither is mine, BUT if you're as much like me as I suspect, you're ALWAYS on the look out for something new to add to those books-in-waiting.  Am I right?  Thought so.  With that in mind, let's get to today's feature, shall we?

Today, we play host to the blog tour for the book Sarah, They're Coming for You by Susan Kronick courtesy of Dorothy at Pump Up Your Book Online Book Publicity...and I have the pleasure of presenting you with a guest post from the author herself!  Ready for a little spooky bookish fun?  Here we go.  Please welcome author Susan Kronick....


Guest Post:  Author Susan Kronick
Author of Sarah, They're Coming for You

During summer vacation, some years ago, a friend and I drove from south Florida to Vermont. Heading north bound on I-95 we enjoyed companionable silence along with the pre-dawn open road. The tranquility of the pitch black starry sky, and deserted highway made for a most relaxing trip.

About an hour due north of Palm Beach County, content riding shot-gun, I leisurely glanced out my passenger side window. I thoroughly enjoyed the peaceful ambiance, delighted at the sheer lack of traffic. Moving my purse from lap to the floor mat beside me, I bent slightly forward, tilting my head to the right maintaining a steady gaze of the countryside. I gently placed my bag beside my feet. Without warning, I jumped up in my seat, as far as the restraining seat belt allowed. My scream, indicating, shock and utter surprise broke the silence in the car. . Staring back at me, like a mirror image, his head tilted slightly in alignment with my position, was the face of an Amish man. As we locked eyes, he politely nodded at me with a slight smile. Although I have seen ghosts my entire life, the rational side of me assumed he must be driving in the lane next to us, until I realized there were no other vehicles on the road!

“Do you see him?” I asked my friend, who shares my supernatural gift of seeing ghosts. “Not really, I have my eyes on the road,” she answered.

“He looks like an Amish guy or maybe Quaker .Definitely not Quaker. He said he doesn’t want to be confused with the face on the oatmeal box.” I responded.

Before I could mention to my companion his name was Vernon, he moved from outside my passenger window to the backseat of our car. Vernon was not a woeful earthbound spirit, but had successfully crossed over at the time of his death circa early 19th century. He was a guardian angel, intent on our safe arrival in Vermont. Vernon was a chatty fellow, stayed with us the entire trip to Vermont, accompanying us to the historic Norwich Inn.

Vernon was a wonderful traveling companion, quite chatty unlike many ghosts. To this day, I fondly remember Vernon. He was so warm and friendly, I felt as if he were a live person rather than a two hundred year old ghost!


Author Bio

Susan Kronick’s background is the perfect backdrop leading up to her latest paranormal novel, Sarah, They’re Coming for You.  She has a Master of Science in Psychology from Nova Southeastern University and a Ph.D. in Paranormal Studies/Psychology from Union Institute and Graduate School, as well as being an adjunct psychology professor at Barry University and Palm Beach State College.  A psychic and a medium, she has the gift of seeing the dead since she was a child.  She also has taught parapsychology classes through the Palm Beach County School Board, as well as at Palm Beach State College.  Susan has extensive experience in the area of investigations of haunting and the paranormal.  She lives with her husband and her four spoiled rescue dogs in south Florida.  You can visit her website at “Like” her page at Facebook.


Wow...sounds pretty cool, right?
For more information on the author as well as her current work, feel free to check out her online presence at the links provided in the post.  For more information on Pump Up Your Book, be sure to visit their website, Facebook page, or Twitter feed for all the latest on this tour's progression (of which you may wish to note that tomorrow's stop is over at Blog Talk Radio's A Book and Chat and features a LIVE interview!) as well as their upcoming tours.  Now, who's ready for a little more fun?  Anyone?

Thanks to Dorothy at Pump Up Your Book, I have the opportunity to offer you fair readers the chance to win an EBOOK copy (PDF to be exact) of this book for your own reading adventure.  Sound good?  Here's all the details...

The prize...
(1) EBOOK copy of Sarah, They're Coming for You by Susan Kronick

How to enter...
Just fill out the form below....easy peasey, right?
(Of course comments are still welcome, they just don't count as an actual entry... ^_^)

The rules...
*Open for entries to one and all!  (Yep, there are benefits to holding an eBook contest... ^_^)
*Entries accepted from Monday, May 16th, 2011 through Friday, May 27th, 2011 at midnight CST
*For your entry to count, you MUST FILL OUT THE FORM.  It's brief and helps keep me from pulling my hair out tallying all the entries, okay?  I promise, bald is NOT a good look for me. 
*The winning name will be selected with the help of and contacted by Monday, May 30th, 2011 via email.


So, if you're ready for a new tale full of ghosties to spare to add to your reading repetoire, what are you waiting for?  Get your entry in today for your chance to win.

Good luck to everyone!

Until next time....happy reading.


Liz @ Cleverly Inked said...

I think this is a little to creepy for me, I think I will wait on this one.

Alexia561 said...

Not sure if this one's for me, but I do like the sound of the title!

Gina said...

Liz: Awww... =0(

Alexia561: Interesting choice, right?

Misha said...

The book is too spooky and I am too much of a coward to read it. haha

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