Thursday, October 18, 2012

Shadow of the Blood Moon Blog Tour


Werewolves and monsters can be found inside the pages of author Robin P. Waldrop's paranormal YA series, Blood Moon. The second book, Shadow of the Blood Moon, is now available and we host the tour today. This tour is presented by SupaGurl Tours.

Shadow of the Blood Moon (Blood Moon #2) by Robin P. Waldrop
YA paranormal*e-book*self-published, August 27th 2012 (first published August 10th 2012)

Genevieve Labreck is back with a score to settle. Her mom has been kidnapped by Zane, hybrid and all-around monster. Rumors fly that Gen’s mom is holed away in Prague, a city recognized by humans for its serene beauty and intense culture, but Gen and Will know something humans don’t. Prague is haunted by dark, evil forces. 

Can Gen and Will save her mom, or will they be too late? 

Some will live, others will fall. At what price do you walk away from those you love? 



Ties to the Blood Moon (Blood Moon #2) by Robin P. Waldrop
YA paranormal*ebook*Published November 1st 2011 by Robin P. Waldrop via Smashwords

Genevieve is a teenage girl who moves in with her aunt in Alaska after the death of her mother. Soon after her arrival she learns the things she was raised to believe only existed in fairytales are in fact a big part of her history. When it gets to be too much she seeks refuge in the arms of her new boyfriend, William, only to find out he's not who she thought he was either.


About the author: 
Robin P. Waldrop

Robin P. Waldrop hails from Miami, but lives in Alabama with best friend, business partner, and husband John. She is a mother of five, grandmother of five, and owner of a variety of different animals. 

When she’s not working at her business with her husband she’s found at her computer where she breathes life into all the wonderful characters that are born from her vivid imagination. 

She is an award winning author who enjoys writing edgy YA paranormal/Urban Fantasy, and FBI suspense/thriller novels and short stories. Always a voracious reader with an unapologetic television addiction, Robin still searches for the perfect cup of coffee. 

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