The Barn of Buried Dreams is going on tour with Rachel's Random Resources, if you wish to participate please contact me on rachel@rachelsrandomresources.com with your name, blog name, preferred post type and availability. 

The Barn of Buried Dreams by Chrissie Bradshaw

Genre: Contemporary women’s fiction with an element of romance.

Tour Dates: 17th - 21st November 2018

Publication Date: 1st October 2018

Formats available: Mobi. Epub or PDF (International) and limited UK Paperbacks

Standalone Novel

Estimated Page Count - 370

Types of post available: Reviews, extracts or Q&As or guest posts

Pre-order on Amazon UKhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/Barn-Buried-Dreams-When-daylight-ebook/dp/B07GY3YFQ7

Erin and Heather Douglas are struggling. Their mother’s death has left a void in their family and everyday life has side-lined their dreams.

Erin has buried herself away in the family home and left her stage career. By hiding away, she is evading the pain of returning to London and the acting world where her ex-fiancé is enjoying success and a new relationship. When she meets charismatic Texan Jackson McGee, she wrestles with her feelings for him. Should she trust another man?

Heather is juggling babies, work, a rocky marriage and running on wine. An overheard conversation makes her ask, would Mark cheat on her?

Can the sisters help one another to face their fears, dust off and revive those dreams and find joy in life?

About Chrissie Bradshaw

Chrissie, 2016 winner of the Romantic Novelist's Elizabeth Goudge writing trophy, is a seasoned tea drinker and a tenacious trainer of her welsh terrier, Oscar. She has always loved match-making a book to a reader. Writing the kind of book she loves to read takes this a step further. When Chrissie is not writing or reading, you will find her walking Oscar on the beach, trying to avoid the gym and spending time with her family and friends.

Her new release, THE BARN OF BURIED DREAMS - when will they see daylight?, is a contemporary story about two sisters who are struggling after the death of their mother. It starts in Dunleith, the same Northumbrian setting as her debut novel ‘A Jarful of Moondreams’, and some characters cross both books. Readers can enjoy either book as a stand alone

Chrissie enjoys tweeting to readers on @ChrissieBeee
Her instagram account is chrissie_bradshaw_author
Her blog is newhenontheblog.com
and she has a Chrissie Bradshaw author page on Facebook.
She would love to hear from readers

Blog Tour Schedule

Maximum 5 stops per day.  Confirmed blogs will appear here. 

17th November

  1. A Little Book Problem - Review

  2. Nemesis Book Blog - Guest Post

  3. Vikbat - Review

  4. Book Lover in Florida

  5. donnasbookblog - Review

18th November

  1. Splashes Into Books - Review

  2. Devilishly Delicious Book Reviews - Q&A

  3. MADEUP Reviews Parenting and Brews - Review

  4. The Magic Of Wor(l)ds - Guest Post

  5. Six Tinder Weeks - Review

19th November

  1. Ali - The Dragon Slayer - Extract

  2. Dash Fan Book Reviews - Review

  3. Coffee and kindle book reviews - Review

  4. Bookish Reviews Tours & Giveaways - Extract

  5. Books Are Cool - Review

20th November

  1. Rachel Brimble Romance - Q&A

  2. Stacy is reading - Review

  3. ChickLit Club - Extract

  4. Books and Bindings

  5. Zooloo's Book Diary - Extract

21st November

  1. B for bookreview - Review

  2. northernreader - Review

  3. Celticlady's Reviews - Extract

  4. Laura's Interests - Guest Post

  5. Rae Reads - Q&A

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