Monday, March 11, 2013

Book Spotlight and Kindle Fire HD Giveaway for Lucas Trent 3: Grand Theft Magic by Richard Blunt

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After a field trip suddenly turns into a near catastrophe Lucas and the others shift into high gear to avenge their injured friend. But when an unexpected foe arrives at the scene they quickly find themselves in a life or death situation that not even their extraordinary skills can solve. Realizing that they have bitten off more than they can chew Lucas desperately starts looking for trustworthy allies, just to find out once again that things are never as easy as they appear at first.

Can they survive the battles at hand? Will they be able to tell friend from foe? Or will the epic quest they have stumbled into be too much for them to handle?

Follow Lucas Trent and his friends through an action-paced story of mysteries, secrets and deceptions and find out…

Purchase at Amazon!

Publishing under a pen name to keep his personal life separate from his writing life, Richard Blunt was raised in the heart of Europe, in a nation where English is not the native language. Like his heroes, Richard blunt is nothing more than a shadow – a specter that whispers a story for everyone to hear.

His latest book is Lucas Trent 3: Grand Theft Magic.

You can visit his website at and his blog at


Pump Up Your Book and Richard Blunt are teaming up to give you a chance to win a new Kindle Fire HD!

Each person will enter this giveaway by liking, following, subscribing and tweeting about this giveaway through the Rafflecopter form placed on blogs throughout the tour. This promotion will run from December 3 – March 15. The winner will be chosen randomly by Rafflecopter, contacted by email and announced on March 16, 2013.

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If the Rafflecopter form does not load, please visit the Lucas Trent 3: Grand Theft Magic Tour Page at for your chance to enter and win. Good luck!

Lucas Trent 3: Grand Theft Magic Virtual Book Publicity Tour Schedule

Tuesday, December 4
Interview at Literarily Speaking
Wednesday, December 5
Book Trailer of the Week at Pump Up Your Book
Thursday, December 6
Guest Blogging at The Story Behind the Book
Friday, December 7
Character Interview at Beyond the Books
Monday, December 10
Interview at Blogcritics
Wednesday, January 2
Book Trailer Reveal at Delphina Reads Too Much
Thursday, January 3
Book Trailer Spotlight at If Books Could Talk
Monday, January 7
Interview at The Dark Phantom
Wednesday, January 9
Thursday, January 10
Monday, January 14
Interview at Between the Covers
Wednesday, January 16
Interview at As the Pages Turn
Friday, January 18
Interview at Broowaha
Monday, January 21
Tuesday, January 22
Guest blogging at Lori’s Reading Corner
Wednesday, January 23
Friday, January 25
Monday, February 4
Book Trailer Reveal at Library Girl Reads
Wednesday, February 6
Book Feature at Book Marketing Buzz
Thursday, February 7
Guest Blogging at The Story Behind the Book
Monday, February 11
Book Trailer Reveal at Hardcover Feedback
Tuesday, February 12
Interview at Book Marketing Buzz
Wednesday, February 13
Interview at Examiner
Friday, February 15
Guest Blogging at The Top Shelf
Monday, February 18
Book Trailer Reveal at The Writer’s Life
Tuesday, February 19
Read-A-Chapter at As the Pages Turn
Wednesday, February 20
Guest Blogging at Literarily Speaking
Friday, February 22
Interview at The Writer’s Life
Monday, February 25
Interview at Bunny’s Reviews
Monday, March 4
Guest Blogging at Chapter by Chapter
Tuesday, March 5
Book Review at Offbeat Vagabond
Wednesday, March 6
Book Trailer Reveal at Celtic Lady’s Reviews
Friday, March 8
Monday, March 11
Book Feature & Book Giveaway at The Busy Mom’s Daily
Tuesday, March 12
Book Spotlight at Plug Your Book
Wednesday, March 13
Interview at American Chronicle
Thursday, March 14
Guest Blogging & Book Giveaway at Bookhounds YA
Friday, March 15
Guest Blogging at YA Book Addict
Book Trailer Reveal at Miki’s Hope
Guest Blogging at PageTurners


June M. said...

This looks like an interesting book. Thanks for the post and the giveaway :)

June M. said...

Oh, I like YA because they are books that I can share with my nieces :)