Today is the last day of our, The Door Keeper by Steen Jones Blog Tour and we hope you have enjoyed the tour as much as we have.
We have two stops for you today.
Our first stop of the tour today is by rachandbooks.wordpress.com. Please stop by to read a great review about, The Door Keeper. Check out a bit below.
“It’s a very unique Fantasy book that is all about navigating your destiny, the unbreakable bond between mothers and daughters, family, love, grief, loss, and courage in the face of adversity and the unknown.”-Rachel
For the whole review, click here.
There is also a interesting interview from Steen herself. Check out a little below.
“How do you spend your time when you’re not writing?”-Rachel
“In the winter, you’ll find me cuddled on the couch with the dogs and my husband drinking wine and binge watching shows on Netflix. That’s about it for winter, I tend to go into hibernation. But in the summer, I’ll be outside at the pool soaking up the sun and relaxing by our pool. I love to garden, growing vegetables, and colorful flowers. I’ve recently taken to cooking and baking, sometimes getting lost in the kitchen for hours. (Too bad I don’t have a house elf to clean up after me, though.)”-Steen
For the entire interview, click here.
Our second stop of the tour today is by happymeerkatreviews.wordpress.com. Stop by to check out an interview from Steen. Check out a bit below.
For the rest of the interview, click here.
See you tomorrow for the release of, The Door Keeper.
Click here to pre-order your copy on Amazon today!
Click here to pre-order your copy on Smashwords!
Also, don’t forget to check it out on Goodreads. Paperback available February 20, 2017.
Release date: February 20, 2017.
About, The Door Keeper:
Adventure. Love. Destiny.
Single mom Eden Saunders has learned that tragedy is simply a part of life. Her mother died during childbirth, and her husband was killed just three years after they married. On a journey to discover where she comes from, Eden inherits the key to unlocking new worlds from her deceased mother—including the world that should have been her home. The only thing stopping her from exploring them is the fear of leaving her daughter behind. Caught up in the circle of legacy, Eden discovers the mother-daughter bond that even death cannot break.