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Monday, 6 April 2015

Blog Tour Spotlight - The Devil's Touch by William Johnstone

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The Devil’s Touch
Author: William Johnstone 
Publisher: Lyrical Press 
Genre: Thriller/Horror 
Format: Kindle

Book Description:
The evil that triumphed during that long-ago summer in Whitfield is festering now in the unsuspecting town of Logandale. Only Sam and Nydia Balon, lone survivors of the ancient horror, know the signs—the putrid stench rising from the bowels of the earth, the unspeakable, inexplicable atrocities, the hideous, horrifying Beasts—that mark the foul presence of the Prince of Darkness. Only they have the weapons that can pierce . . . 

The Devil’s Heart 

Once the carnage begins, there’s no time for anything but terror. Hollow-eyed, hungry corpses rise from unearthly tombs to gorge themselves on living flesh and spawn a new generation of restless Undead. The very demons of Hell cavort with Satan’s unholy disciples in blood-soaked rituals and fevered orgies. The Balons have faced the red, glowing eyes of The Master before, and they know what must be done. But there can be no salvation for those marked by . . . 

The Devil’s Touch

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About the Author
William W. Johnstone was born in Southern Missouri, the youngest of four children. Raised with strong moral and family values by his minister father, and well-tutored by his school teacher mother, Bill quit school when he was fifteen. He was kicked out of the French Foreign Legion for being under age and joined the carnival. But still valuing his education, he returned home to finish his high school education in 1957.

He went on to work as a deputy sheriff, did a hitch in the army, and began a career in radio broadcasting, where he worked daily on his verbal and storytelling skills for the next sixteen years on the air. Much of his knowledge of the early frontier began from listening to family experiences told to him by his Grandparents.

His love of animals is displayed in many of his books as well as finding several Huskies and Malamutes roaming freely around his home. As an avid gun and knife collector, hours of research are devoted to the types of weapons commonly used during the eras of his writings.
One little known fact, is his love for music … from “rockabilly to classical”. Bill has written and recorded several songs which may be released for his fans in the future.

He started writing in 1970, but it wasn’t until late 1979 when The Devil’s Kiss was published that William W. Johnstone became a full-time writer. Since that time he has written over two hundred books in a variety of genres including action, suspense, western, science fiction, and horror. Two of his books, Eagle Down and Dagger, were written under the pen name of William Mason.

To the true William W. Johnstone reader, he is a best-selling author admired for the great diversity in his writing talents. Though most known for his western adventures, Johnstone was also a visionary writer. His prophetic stories within his Ashes Series, Code Name Series, and his science fiction books, predicting the Gulf War and the political climate we live in today, was ahead of its time when it was written.

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Tour Schedule

April 2
Books featured at Tea Talks
Author interviewed at C.A. Milson
Guest blogging at The Hellvis Compendium

April 3
Guest blogging at Feeling a Draft

April 6
Author interviewed at Chosen By You Book Club

April 7
Books featured at The Revolving Bookshelf

April 8
Book excerpt at The Literary Nook

April 10
Books featured at Review From Here

April 13
Mini Teaser at The Dark Phantom

April 14
Interviewed at The Writer’s Life

April 15
Books featured at Lover of Literature

April 16

April 20
Books featured at Literal Exposure

April 22
The Devil’s Cat reviewed at I Smell Sheep

April 23
First chapter revealed at Read My First Chapter

April 24
Interviewed at Examiner

April 27
Books featured at Voodoo Princess

April 28
The Devil’s Cat reviewed at I’m Shelf-ish

April 29
Books featured at From Paperback to Leatherbound

April 30
Excerpt posted at PUYB Virtual Book Club

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