Sunday, August 14, 2022

Now scheduling a one-week tour for Sleep Not My Wanton by Gary Bills #GothicFantasy

Now scheduling a one-week tour for Sleep Not My Wanton by Gary Bills

This tour will be September 5-12 (weekdays only)

I am scheduling reviews, guest blogs, interviews and spotlight stops

pdf available for reviewers 

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A couple suggested dates during the tour

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Sleep Not My Wanton
Gary Bills

Genre: Period Gothic Fantasy
Publisher: The Little French
Date of Publication: January 31, 2022
ISBN: 9781034931478
ASIN: ‎ B09RP7BXY2 US/ ‎ B09QP2354B UK
Number of pages: 194 US/ 174 UK
Word Count: 53,052

Book Description: 

Lorina Skene moves between two worlds, the everyday and the supernatural, and in both she is a killer, at large and beyond suspicion in Victorian London. 

She is protected by her privilege and her power. But who, or what, is pulling the strings? 

This is a Gothic nightmare, and a tale of controlling, obsessive love, with plenty of twists, turns and weird happenings along the bumpy ride through fog and gaslight. 

Expect to be disturbed and expect a broken heart when silence falls and realisation dawns.

About the Author:

Gary Bills was born at Wordsley, near Stourbridge, in the UK. He took his first degree at Durham University, where he studied English Language and Medieval Literature, and he has subsequently worked as a journalist. He is currently the fiction editor for Poetry on the Lake, and he is enjoying studying for his MA, at BCU. His poetry has appeared in numerous publications, including The Guardian, Magma, HQ and Acumen, and he has had three full collections published, – “The Echo and the Breath” (Peterloo Poets, 2001); “The Ridiculous Nests of the Heart” (bluechrome, 2003); and “Laws for Honey” (erbacce 2020). In 2005, he edited “The Review of Contemporary Poetry” for bluechrome.

 Gary has given professional readings at the Ledbury Poetry Festival, Poetry on the Lake in Italy, and at the Poetry Trend Munich Festival in 2010. His work has been translated in to German, Romanian and Italian. A US-based indie publisher, The Little French, published his first novel, “A Letter for Alice” in 2019, and a collection of stories, “Bizarre Fables”, in 2021. These were illustrated by his wife, Heather E. Geddes.

In 2022, The Little French published his second novel, “Sleep not my Wanton.”

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