“As the Crow Flies” Blog Tour

As the Crow Flies is coming in paperback! I couldn’t be more excited. To celebrate the upcoming release I am setting up a virtual book tour for the week of June 3-9. What’s on the itinerary?

  • A giveaway
  • Interviews
  • Guest posts
  • Excerpts
  • Reviews*
  • Spotlights

Book Description

“One more job” means that Crow, a notorious thief, can retire with Tarsha, the woman of his dreams, but “one more job” may just mean his life.
When Crow sets out to steal that last brilliant treasure and seek a life of ease and pleasure with the jewel of his heart, he seriously underestimates his mark, the Baron Duzayan. For a thief, getting caught is never a good thing. Getting caught by a wizard is even worse. Under threat of death by poison, Crow is coerced into stealing an improbable, mythical prize. To satisfy the wizard’s greed and save the life of his lady love, he must join forces with Tanris, the one man Crow has spent his entire career avoiding.
But what’s a man to do when stealing that fabled prize could level an empire and seal his fate?
From a dungeon black as night, to the top of a mountain peak shrouded in legend, a man’s got to do what he must.
Unless, of course, he can think of a better plan…

Praise From Reviews

I was pleased to discover an interesting story line and an engaging and complex protagonist whose voice and personality evolve throughout the novel. — V. Burnett

From the moment I opened this book to when I closed it I was caught up in the adventures of a charming, sarcastic, and clever thief who stole a very large chunk of time from me, but it was well worth the theft. A delightful time was spent in another world filled with adventure, mystery (I love mystery!), wizards, and magic… — M.C.

I loved it from start to finish and it leaves you wanting more. Robin is amazing at describing the picture so it is real in your head. Crow, the main character, was a lovable thief with a wonderful sense of humor. — Marla Oveson

I love a good cloak and purse-cutting dagger, and Crow delivers. He’s armed with a silver tongue, sleeping dust, feet that’d make a cat feel ungainly, a razor mind, and a diploma for best-in-class at the school of fine thieving and infiltration (awarded by me). I’ve read about approximately a billion thieves and even played the vintage first-person-looter games Thief, but Crow still impressed me as a sterling example of skulduggery. — A. E.

If you are interested in hosting a stop on the virtual tour and/or would like to review the book, please leave a comment with the following:

-Blog Name/URL
-Date Request
-What type of stop you would like to host

*E-book copies of As the Crow Flies are available for reviewers.


The schedule:

June 3
Kristie Kiessling, Directions for the Journey — Interview/Excerpt
AE Marling, The Importance of the Impossible — Interview

June 4
Zinc — Interview
Three Blank Pages — Review

June 5
Brandon Ellis, The PureLights — Guest Post

June 6
Marsha A. Moore — Guest Post
Patricia Reding — Interview

June 7
L. Blankenship, Disciples of the Fount — Character Interview
Indie Author Book Reviews — Review

June 8
Mathew Reuther — Guest Post
RK Grow —Excerpt

June 9
Vanna Smythe — Excerpt

5 thoughts on ““As the Crow Flies” Blog Tour

  1. Hi, I'm happy to host you in my author blog.

    Blog Name/URL: vannasmythe.com
    Date Request: Up to you 😉
    What type of stop you would like to host: An excerpt. I'm also happy to host a giveaway, if you're having one for your tour

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