Thursday, February 07, 2008

News for the Virtual Book Tour Site

A dear friend of mine, Nikki Leigh has a Virtual Book Tour Web site. She is extending an invitation to visit her and meet the three great authors touring this month. They have posted a wealth of information about their books. You will find book summaries, excerpts, information about how current events tie into their books, why they decided to write that particular book and much more.

For people who haven't heard of the Virtual Book Tour Web site, let me share a few details. Each month a variety of authors are featured on the site and they share all sorts of information about their books. The Web site is Each touring author has their own tour page and all information about their tour can be accessed from that page. February's virtual book tour author page features the following authors:

Earl Ofari Hutchinson - The Ethnic Presidency
Who hasn't heard about the presidential primaries this week? In many of the news programs, one of the topics of conversation is the part that voters' race and gender will play in their vote. This is the topic of The Ethnic Presidency. Take a look at the part race plays for each and every candidate in 2008 and he provides many examples throughout the last century to show how race affects the elections.

Steven Clark Bradley - Nimrod Rising
Nimrod Rising is a book about the history of life itself and the origin of evil. The story and the geographical and historical background, centered around current events, will cause readers to pose such profound questions as, Who are we? Where did we come from? What was here before us? Where are we going? Are there answers to the question of why the world faces its current condition today? Nimrod Rising offers "possible" answers to those questions. It will awake the imagination and the cause self perception as they read. I am convinced it will hold your attention to the very end.

Virginia Vassallo - How The Stars and Stripes Began
Have you heard of the military newspaper, the Stars and Stripes? Have you ever wondered how it was started and who was the driving force behind its birth? If so, you must visit with Virginia. Her grandfather, Guy T. Viskniskki, the dynamic first officer-in-charge and editor-in-chief of The Stars and Stripes newspaper. This book is partially based on his autobiographical notes, family history and military records.

We invite you to visit each author to learn more about their books.

Feel free to contact Nikki or visit her Web site for more information about book promotion. There are over 100 promotional articles and interviews posted at

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