Click here to purchase your copy of Celeste!

Kyle McRoy doesn’t know who to trust. He became a wealthy man after his parents died in a freak accident, but Kyle lost control. A mental breakdown led to hospitalization in what his brother called a Behavior Therapy Center, but something about his brother tugs at the back of his fragile psyche. While at the center, Kyle meets the lovely Celeste but soon discovers there are things about her he doesn’t know. Things, perhaps, no one can ever know.

No, Kyle McRoy doesn’t know who to trust… least of all, himself. After all, it’s hard to know who to trust when you’re not even sure what’s real.

Find Celeste author, Michelle Devon, online at the following sites:

Website Address:                            http://michelledevon.com

Twin Trinity Books Website:        http://www.twintrinitybooks.com

Several of the bloggers will offer giveaways of the book to one lucky commenter, and there will be a grand prize awarded at the end of the tour of a copy of all of Michelle’s published stories! Get in on the grand prize drawing by commenting on each tour stop. You will receive one entry per comment, but only one comment per post will count. Good luck!

 

Thank you to all who followed along on Michy’s tour of CELESTE! We’ve been promising some great prizes to people who commented on the blog stops along the way. Drumroll, please! The five people who win copies of Michy’s next book, ABDUCTED, are:

Derek Odom
AK Lark
Ruthi Kight
Joe Langen
Joan H. Young

And the GRAND PRIZE winner of all of Michy’s e-books published to date…

Sheila Robinson! Sheila posted on every single tour stop, so it’s no wonder she won! Thanks for your support, Sheila!

Contact jennifer@authorjennwalker.com to claim your prize.

Celeste is a must read that had me wishing for more and the ending is another surprising twist that left me questioning the events of the whole book, and Kyle’s fragile grip on reality.” –Raven H.

Dates for Celeste Book Tour:

August 13            Kathy Foust review

August 14            Writer’s Sanctuary guest post

August 15            Andi’s Book Reviews interview

August 16            Lilah Harding review

August 17            Lilah Harding excerpt of Celeste and preview of Abducted


August 20           Reviews and Opinions interview

August 20           Cindy Gunnin Review

August 21            Kathy Foust guest post

August 22            Derek Odom interview

August 22            Jennifer Wright review

August 23            Farah Evers interview

August 24            Andi’s Book Reviews review

 

September 10     Reviews and Opinions review

September 11      Cindy Gunnin guest post

September 12      Lilah Harding interview

September 13      A Cup of Coffee and a Good Book BTR Interview

September 13      The Writer Today review

September 14      Derek Odom review

 

Click here to purchase your copy of Celeste!

“Blew me away.” –Wendy M.

 

Michelle Devon Bio:

Michelle Devon is sometimes affectionately, and sometimes not so affectionately, known as Michy. That’s pronounced Mickey, like the mouse, and not Mishy, like a fish; not Mitchy like the guy on Baywatch; and no, it doesn’t rhyme with bitchy, though she can sometimes be that too.

Michy has two children, a daughter (24) and a son (18), who refuse to finish baking. Michy is also in love with an identical twin (4?), though she’s not sure which one he is. Her best friend, lovingly known as Buffy (??), rounds out her perfect family of choice, along with three kitty cats, two dogs, and a few invisible friends, along with the people who live inside her head.

Michy was faced with making a choice between her head exploding or becoming successful as a novelist. Determining that the latter would be more painful, she nearly chose the explosion, until she was reminded that the kids were bad at cleaning up messes so she’d just have to do it herself. Novelist it would be.

Diagnosed with congestive heart failure and pulmonary arterial hypertension in 2011, she has spent most of the past two years learning how to live again. If asked what she does for her ‘day job’, she’ll answer, “I’m a full-time professional dreamer…”