We set up a book tour for new adult dystopian “The Sixth Domicile”. The tour runs from January 20 to February 3.
January 20th: Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading
January 20th: Book Excerpt @ Books and Tales
January 20th: Book Excerpt @ Stormy Night Reviewing
January 20th: Book Excerpt @ Dark Treasury
January 21st: Book Excerpt @ Indy Book Fairy
January 21st: Book Excerpt @ Bedazzled by Books
January 24th: Guest Post @ Mythical Books
January 25th: Book Excerpt @ Literary Musings
January 26th: Book Excerpt @ Cassandra M’s Place
January 29th: Guest Post @ Rambling Reviews
February 1st: Book Review @ Jessica E. Larsen’s Blog
February 3rd: Book Review @ Back Porchervation
About the Book
Author: Courtney Ruggle
Genre: New Adult Dystopian
In a future ravaged by greed and war, The Domicile has emerged. A new civilization governed by clandestine Elders where citizens are united by white masks and uniform identities. To remove one’s mask, to go outside the Domicile, to show defiance, means being sent to the Meurtre, a horrifying death sentence.
Q437B doesn’t follow the rules. She craves sunlight, dares to love her childhood friend B116A, and – the most forbidden of all – has seen the true face of her beloved beneath the mask.
But when Q becomes an Adulte, The Domicile threatens to take away everything that makes her happy. She is forced to marry an abusive soldier who demands she conform. Whispers spread about the unconventional lessons she teaches her new students. And when Q openly disobeys the Elders, the people become restless, questioning the truth of the world in the wake of such defiance.
Rumblings of discontent stir as others begin to follow the path toward their freedom. The Revolution has begun, and Q is the spark that ignited the flames.
Courtney’s love for writing started pretty much when she learned to read, which her mother would tell you was a feat in itself back when she was in the first grade. Once she aced those flashcards with vocabulary words, Courtney’s writing took off. And her love with it. In school, she was always writing short stories on a word processor (What?? Word processor with floppy disks?). Oh yes, she literally had a card filing case full of floppy disks.
Now getting her Doctorate in social work, she’s used this education to help her writing some of the gritty issues entwined in her stories. When Courtney isn’t writing her next book while drinking coffee, you can find her doing homework (drag) with chocolate chip flavored coffee, reading series of books (because school books are only so interesting) while drinking pumpkin flavored coffee, playing with her little boy, or daydreaming of future beach houses while drinking some other scrumptious flavor of coffee.
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