Blog Tour Signup: Whispers in the Dark by Pam Jernigan

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God’s Grace Blog Tours is organizing a tour for Whispers in the Dark by Pam Jernigan from June 12th to June 16th.

NOTE: Blog tour posts must be up by 9am (EST) and the top post of the day (please take this into consideration when choosing a date). An email containing the posting information will be sent to participating bloggers one week before June 12th. Please be mindful that interviews, guest posts, and other special features are limited to five.

Thank you for your time in wanting to help this author have an awesome book launch!

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About the Book

Whispers in the Dark Pam Jernigan.jpgShe’s a preschool teacher.  He’s kind of a zombie.  It would never work.

Karen teaches post-apocalypse preschool, safe inside city walls. She never intended to get caught outside.

Leo is technically alive, but perpetually zoned out: Mindless. He can see emotions as colors now, though, so at least there’s that. Like the other Mindless, he feeds on the emotional energy of humans. Then he meets Karen – her unique energy jolts him partly awake, and he’s hooked. He protects her but when she’s rescued, he lands in a cage.

Karen wants to go home, but until then, she also wants to spy on her sketchy host, which brings her into contact with Leo.  He’s recovering, and surprisingly sweet, and he’ll protect her in any way he can.  She returns the favor, but this alliance can’t last; she’s leaving, and he’ll be killed for science.

Leo doesn’t expect her to even talk to him, much less help him. But she does – and that emotion she has when she looks at him?  He doesn’t know what to call it, but it’s not fear.

Karen can go back to her life – if she abandons Leo. She can’t stay with him, she can’t take him home…  but without her, he’s dead.

He saved her.  Can she save him?

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About the Author

Pam JerniganPam Jernigan has spent thirty years writing and sharing weird fiction, and learning a lot along the way. After winning #NaNoWriMo for the second year, she decided to try writing a good book for a change. Outlining it took a day, writing the first draft took a month and a half, and getting it ready for publication took two more years. Soon after the first draft was finished (and not knowing any better) she submitted it to a writing contest. Her goal was merely to get some professional feedback, so she was astonished to hear she’d won.

She lives in North Carolina with a husband, two almost-grown children, and two cats. She’s an accountant in her day job, volunteers with children’s ministries in her church, and loves partying at libraries.

Isaac Asimov was an early favorite, followed by Anne McCaffrey and Lois McMaster Bujold. She likes romance and humor with her fantastical stories, and has a soft spot for heroes with superpowers.

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