Dot to Dot Virtual Book Tour

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Dot To Dot
by L.G. Bradshaw

Paperback: 338 pages
Publisher: BookSurge Publishing (November 23, 2009)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1439266778
ISBN-13: 978-1439266779

Join L.G. Bradshaw, author of the general literature book, Dot to Dot (Createspace), as he virtually tours the blogosphere in July and August ‘10 on his first virtual book tour with Pump Up Your Book!

About L.G. Bradshaw

L.G. Bradshaw lives in Minnesota.  He served in the United States Army and worked as a Minneapolis police officer for 14 years, witnessing a seemingly endless stream of human depravity, some of which has found a home in his writing.  ‘Dot to Dot’ is his first of many novels, and defies convention.  Dot to Dot can’t be pigeonholed into any one genre.  It’s got a little bit of everything: drama, comedy, horror.  Even a necropheliac serial killer thrown in for good measure.”
Bradshaw has finished two other novels and is currently working on a fourth.  For more information on the author, visit his website:

About Dot to Dot

Dot to Dot is a literary relay race revolving around one central theme: we are all connected.  These connections may be seemingly insignificant – bumping into an old friend on the street or passing a stranger in a hospital corridor – but they have the potential to alter the course of our lives, some slightly, others in more profound and lasting ways.

The race begins with an embattled United States senator and moves from character to character like wildfire: the senator’s disgraced wife who decides to leave the public eye following the outing of her husband; the motley crew of movers tasked with transporting the senator’s wife and kids back home to New Mexico; a boy who takes matters into his own hands to save himself and his mother from her murderous boyfriend; a private detective who discovers that his past has come back to haunt him; a police chief who spends his own money to help a Mexican family; the Mexican family themselves who are desperate to get their kidnapped daughter back; a country music singer who stumbles on fame after heartbreak; and, finally, a serial killer who has the tables turned on him by a very unlikely avenging angel.
Simply put, ‘Dot to Dot’ is a story about people, some extraordinary, some not, but all memorable and flawed in their own unique ways.

Read an Excerpt!

“Silly boy,” Chester Dahl chided himself as he thrust deeper inside the dead girl he’d picked up in the ghetto after leaving work. He called her Ethyl and she had been pretty. She’d told him she was eighteen and had just arrived in town from Madison. No family or any ties to Milwaukee. Just the clothes on her back and a few meager crumbs of meth in her pocket. She’d asked him if he wanted to party. Sure, why not, he’d said. The party hadn’t lasted long. For her at least. For him it was still a major rager.

My Thoughts
I don't even know where to start with this book!  It's so different that it's really hard to nail it down to one genre.  It's exciting and very much a roller coaster ride of emotions.  It's hard to describe why you like it, but it's definitely a page turner! I'd definitely recommend this one!

Dot to Dot Tour Schedule
banner barTuesday, July 6
Interviewed at Blogcritics
Wednesday, July 7
Book spotlighted at Examiner
Thursday, July 8
Interviewed at Beyond the Books
Friday, July 9
Book spotlighted at Between the Covers
Monday, July 12
Guest blogging at The Story Behind the Book
Tuesday, July 13
Interviewed at The Writer’s Life
Wednesday, July 14
Interviewed at Book Marketing Buzz
Thursday, July 15
Guest blogging at Cafe of Dreams
Friday, July 16
Interviewed at Personovelty
Monday, July 19
Guest blogging at The Naked Hero
Wednesday, July 21
Interviewed at Review From Here
Friday, July 23
Book reviewed at Marta’s Meanderings
Monday, July 26
Guest blogging at Fictionary
Tuesday, July 27
Interviewed at Pump Up Your Book
Wednesday, July 28
Interviewed at American Chronicle
Thursday, July 29
Interviewed at Divine Caroline
Friday, July 30
Guest blogging at The Writer’s Life
Monday, August 2
Guest blogging at Life in the First Draft
Tuesday, August 3
Interviewed at The Hot Author Report
Wednesday, August 4
Thursday, August 5
Interviewed at As the Pages Turn
Friday, August 6
Guest blogging at The Book Boost
Monday, August 9
Guest blogging at Writing Daze
Tuesday, August 10
Wednesday, August 11
Thursday, August 12
Interviewed at Examiner
Friday, August 13
Monday, August 16
Tuesday, August 17
Interviewed on A Book and a Chat Radio Show
Wednesday, August 18
Guest blogging at The Book Connection
Thursday, August 19
Guest blogging at Blogging Authors
Friday, August 20
Monday, August 23
Book reviewed at Proud Book Nerd
Tuesday, August 24
Wednesday, August 25
Thursday, August 26
Guest blogging at As the Pages Turn
Friday, August 27
Book reviewed at You Have How Many Kids?
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