I’ll be touring the blogosphere to promote Come Little Children from November 18 – December 16. Follow along for the chance to win over $500 worth of gift cards and signed copies of the book.

The tour includes the following stops. Links will be updated as posts become available.

11/18/2013 Christine Young Blog
11/19/2013 Farm Girl Books
11/19/2013 Cloey’s Book Reviews
11/19/2013 Cover Reveals
11/20/2013 fuonlyknew (Stop 1)
11/20/2013 Long and Short Reviews (1)
11/21/2013 Bunny’s Review
11/21/2013 Pembroke Sinclair
11/22/2013 fuonlyknew (Stop 2)
11/22/2013 Laurie’s Paranormal Thoughts and Reviews
11/25/2013 Long and Short Reviews (2)
11/25/2013 Zombiegirl Shambling
11/25/2013 Bia’s Wonderland
11/25/2013 The Solitary Bookworm
11/26/2013 Straight from the Library
11/26/2013 Deb Sanders Review (SPOILERS)
11/27/2013 What the Cat Read
11/28/2013 Sun Mountain Reviews
11/28/2013 Lis Les Livres
11/29/2013 Beyond My Writing Space
11/29/2013 Painted Words
12/02/2013 fundinmental
12/02/2013 Books Direct
12/03/2013 Andi’s Book Reviews
12/03/2013 Reading in Twilight
12/04/2013 Welcome to My World of Dreams
12/04/2013 Mila Ramos
12/05/2013 It’s Raining Books
12/05/2013 Nicky Peacock Author
12/06/2013 Lisa Haselton’s Reviews and Interviews
12/06/2013 The Writerly Exploits of Mara Valderran
12/09/2013 Lisa’s World of Books
12/10/2013 Roxanne’s Realm
12/11/2013 The Creatively Green Write at Home Mom
12/16/2013 Bewitching Book Tours Magazine

D. Melhoff

D. Melhoff was born in a prairie ghost town that few people have heard of and even fewer have visited. While most of his stories are for adults, he also enjoys terrifying younger audiences from time to time, as seen in his series of twisted picture books for children. He credits King, Poe, Hitchcock, Stoker, and his second grade school teacher, Mrs. Lake, for turning him to horror.