Blog Tour Sign Up: On the 18th of May by Jordan R. Samuel!

0

YA Bound Book Tours is organizing a Blog Tour for: On the 18th of May by Jordan R. Samuel. This tour will run from August 10th to 14th. If you would like to participate in this blog tour, please fill out the form below. Blog tour posts must be up by 8am (ET) and must be the top post of the day, please take this into consideration when choosing a date. E-books will be provided for review. Promo spots (interview, guest post, dream cast, etc.) are very limited, priority will be given to review spots. Please note that signing up will not guarantee you a spot on the blog tour. Selected bloggers will be notified by email.

On the 18th of May
by Jordan R. Samuel
Genre: Adult/YA crossover - Romance/Mystery
Release Date: March 2020

Summary:

On the evening of the eighteenth of May, a young woman named Cass walks alone into a small village with the intent to stay for exactly one year. Cass soon meets two precocious children, a caring and generous business owner, and the Chief of Police from the neighboring town. Family and loss are parts of many of their stories, and while these people, as well as others, attempt to know and help her, the history and troubled memories of what led Cass to this place begin to gradually unfold. As the potential for love and the pathway for healing become clearer, the date of departure approaches. Cass and those around her will be forced to decide how forcefully they are willing to hold on: to the past, to the pain, and to the person.

On the Eighteenth of May is the story of the people and events that are interwoven throughout Cass’ journey and her life. It is a story that examines the true test of strength in the deepest depths of sorrow, as felt by the human heart. It is a story that explores the perceived helplessness of those within the support structure, and the extent to which those we love can hinder or accelerate the healing process. Finally, it is a story that reminds us of the overwhelming power of comforting influences in all of our lives, as our human souls struggle, against all odds, to survive.


About the Author
Jordan R. Samuel is a former public school teacher and administrator who enjoys her current work as an Assistant Professor of Education. She spends her days with her husband, John, and her three children as she teaches, studies and writes. She enjoys travelling immensely, and penned many parts of this particular story while relaxing in the beautiful mountains of North Carolina.

0 comments:

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.