Blog Tour Stop: Seeker by Rita Pomade

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Synopsis for Seeker: A Sea Odyssey

Seeker: A Sea Odyssey is the story of two people who meet in Mexico and fall in love. Rita is an American part-time English language teacher and freelance reporter for an English language tourist magazine struggling to raise two young boys on her own. Bernard is a French geologist under contract to the Mexican government to search for underground thermal springs. She dreams of finding Shangri-La after witnessing a bloody government crackdown from which she barely escapes. He dreams of having a yacht and sailing the world. Their dreams mesh, and they immigrate to Canada to earn the money to build their boat.

My Review for Seeker: A Sea Odyssey

I love memoirs.  I have not turned down a memoir yet, and I have yet to find a memoir I did not like.  Reading Seeker was an amazing story on dreams and survival.  I was swallowed up in the book, it was almost like I was actually a ghost watching everything.  If you like a good story that has love, fate, adventure, and suspense, this is the book for you.  I promise you that you will not be able to put it down.

About Rita Pomade

Rita Pomade, an intrepid nomad originally from New York, now lives and writes in Montreal. Her work has appeared in literary magazines and poetry reviews, and her monologue for auditioning actors was selected for inclusion in the Monologue Bank. An excerpt from her forthcoming memoir Seeker: A Sea Odyssey was included in two travel anthologies.

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New Release! Reality’s Illusion by Stephanie Walls

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Synopsis for Reality’s Illusion

Relationships are ugly, dark—destructive.

They aren’t fairy tales.

No happily ever after neatly wrapped in a shiny bow or sparkling diamond with a heartfelt engagement.

And in their end, love was nothing but a beautiful lie told to hide the ugly truth.

This is reality’s illusion.

Review for Reality’s Illusion

I personally loved this book.  It was raw.  It had all the feels of a dark book such as this.  If you want a book that will hold you hostage, and possibly make you ugly cry from past experience, or just want something dark yet beautiful, this is the book for you.  You will not regret it!

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