Thursday, December 29, 2011

Now Scheduling a 1 day Book Blitz for The Midget's House by Anita Bartholomew

Now Scheduling a 1 Day Book Blitz for January 7, 2012

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The Midget's House is a tale of two women (one alive, and the other long dead), each mourning lost love and struggling for control of the one place that feels like home.

Marisa Delano is thrilled when she unexpectedly inherits the fairy-tale like cottage on the bay—until she learns that Lucinda Lacey, a sideshow midget who died on the property in 1924, still inhabits it. As Marisa searches for answers about the unwelcome presence in her new home, all the clues lead to one conclusion: on the day Lucinda died, she murdered her lover, circus owner Cyrus Parker.

Alternating between Lucinda's and Marisa's perspectives, The Midget's House takes readers from the carnivals, circuses, and freak shows of the early twentieth century, to the boom-and-bust of today's Florida.

Haunting in every sense of the word, this genre-blending tale will stay with you long after you turn the last page.
About the Author: 

Anita Bartholomew is a former long-time contributing editor to Reader’s Digest whose articles have also appeared in numerous other major periodicals. She is the co-author of Dr. Yvonne Thornton’s award-winning memoir, Something To Prove (Kaplan 2010), and has acted as an editorial consultant to a great many other authors, including some whose books have appeared on US and international bestseller lists.

About the House
There are many legends about the house in the Indian Beach neighborhood of Sarasota, Florida:

That it was built for Ringling Circus midgets... that there is a treasure hidden inside its walls... that it is haunted.

Its true history may never be known, but Anita Bartholomew's imaginings about what that history might have been form the basis of this novel.
Twitter: @AnitaBart

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