Friday, February 1, 2013

Virtual Book Tour for RATGIRL: Song of the Viper

Welcome to the Virtual Book Tour for Ratgirl: Song of the Viper. 

         “We are orphans. We use our brains and our bodies to survive. But the only things that thrive in Metro City are the rats, and not all of them are rodents.”
                                                                                                                             Jax Stone

Over the course of the next several weeks author, Gayle C. Krause will be visiting various blogs to promote her new YA novel. 

It will be available as an e-book and a paperback from all major distributors. Sales links will be posted as they become available.

Each stop on the tour brings a different insight to the book. Hope you'll follow the tour to learn about Jax Stone and her story. 

Gayle C. Krause – The Storyteller’s Scroll –
Introduction to RATGIRL: Song of the Viper

Laura Weller – Hey Writers, It pays off! -
Author interview

Sandy Green – The Sandy Side of Life -
Guest post about sustainable foods found in RATGIRL: Song of the Viper
Recipe included

Mary Ann Scott – Haunting the Broken Tree -
Character Interviews

Elliah Terry – The Itsy Bitsy Writer -
Author Interview

Valentine’s Day with the characters from RATGIRL: Song of the Viper

Kim Sabatini – YA author blog -
Guest post by author with writing tips

Kip Rechea – Write Travel Eat Repeat -
Author interview

Penny Klostermann – ~a Penny and her Jots -
Two Truths and a Lie – Author Guest Post

Carrie Finison – Storypatch -
Author Interview – The Jump from Picture Books to YA

Mindy Alyse Weiss – Journey of a Children’s Book Writer -
Author Guest post with Writing Tips
Roxanne Werner – Words from Werner’s Woods -
The Retelling of Fairy Tales

Suzi Ryan -  A Tale of Two Suzies -
Book Review

Alison Ashley Formento – TBA (somewhere between 2/5 and 3/5) - Splashing About New Books -
Author Interview


  1. Looks awesome, Gayle. If you want another stop on the tour, I'd love to have you on the Observation Desk...or if you need a break from guest blogging, I can host you later in the year too. Congrats!

  2. Thanks, Katie. I'd love to stop by the Observation deck. Will email you. :)


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