Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Now Scheduling a Virtual Book Tour for Shattered Glass by Elaine Bergstrom

Now scheduling a virtual tour for Shattered Glass by Elaine Bergstrom.

The tour will start May 16 and go through June 20.

We are setting up guest blogs, interviews, chats, giveaways and reviews.

A review pdf will be available for those interested in reviewing.

Several giveaways will be available at select tour stops.

If you are interested in setting up a stop please email me for details.

Book Description:

Helen Wells, 19, is a gifted painter, struggling to create a legacy before the illness that left her crippled claims her life. Stephen Austra is a brilliant glass artist, and an immortal. When they meet, their passion is immediate and intense. But as their love grows, Dick Wells, Helen's uncle and a homicide expert on the local police department, begins investigating a series of savage murders committed, he is forced to believe, by something not human.

Soon all three will be drawn into a struggle with a dark presence from Stephen's past, one that lays claim to the life of the woman he loves and one that, for all his power, he is helpless to control.

This novel, first published in 1989 to critical acclain is being reissued in a special updated -- and uncut -- version, and includes 12,000 words not found in the original edition.

It is the first of 6 books in the Austra series.

To see more books in the Austra series visit: http://www.elainebergstrom.com/Ordering-Books.html


Elaine Bergstrom was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and is the product of 16 years of Catholic education which, she is sure, has strongly affected her work. Her first novel, Shattered Glass, was among the first vampire romances and created a family of vampiric immortals -- powerful, eternal but with some odd constraints on their natures.

It was set in her hometown and the church she attended as a child. It was nominated for a Stoker, received critical acclaim and has been followed by four other related novels, as well as Under the pseudonym Marie Kiraly (her grandmother's name), she has written two Dracula sequels: Mina...the Dracula Story Continues and Blood to Blood.

She resides in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she runs a novel writing workshop, freelances as a TV and film critic and writes grumpy old lady letters to her congressmen and local papers.

You can get additional information on her books and upcoming appearances at http://www.elainebergstrom.com/

Amazon Page: http://www.amazon.com/Elaine-Bergstrom/e/B000APQK04

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