Monday, January 24, 2011

Now Scheduling Virtual Book Tour for God Wars: Living with Angels by Rob Tobin

I am now scheduling a virtual tour for God Wars: Living with Angels by Rob Tobin.

God Wars is a fantasy/urban fantasy ebook published by Echelon Books.

Here is the official description of the book:

An embittered, paraplegic young woman gains magical powers and uses them to battle evil, but instead awakens a demon she can’t resist, an angel she can’t trust, and a race of invincible three-foot tall aliens she has to defeat to save the universe – and her own soul. She has justice in her hands… and she’s pissed!

The tour is set to begin February 25 and run for approximately a month. If you would like to host a stop please email me for details.

I will be coordinating reviews as well as interviews and guest blogs. If you would like to review God Wars please let me know and I'll email you a pdf.

There will be a limited number of giveaways available so only a few stops will be offered the chance to host a giveaway.


Rob is a husband, father, screenwriter, novelist, non-fiction book author, frequent guest speaker at film festivals and writing conferences, and a graduate of USC’s Master of Professional Writing program and of the University of Victoria’s Creative Writing program. He has a $15 million feature film (“Dam 999”) in post production, a $40 million feature (“Camel Wars”) in development with legendary filmmaker John McTiernan (“Die Hard,” “Predator,” “Hunt for Red October”) attached to direct, a novel (“God Wars”) scheduled to be published in early 2011, and two published non-fiction books. Creative Screenwriting Magazine recently produced two of Rob’s instructional screenwriting DVDs.

Rob is a former VP of Writers Boot Camp, the country’s largest private screenwriting school. As a story analyst, he read 5,000+ screenplays for Goldwyn, Spelling, Interscope, TriStar, TriMark, HBO, et al. He also helped establish a feature film department for Stephen J. Cannell (“The A-Team,” “Hunter,” “The Commish”).

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