Friday, June 1, 2012

Book Blitz Promo Stop & Giveaway- (Bewitching Book Tours) - Blood and Whiskey by Clark Hays and Kathleen McFall

Blood and Whiskey
The Cowboy and Vampire Thriller Series, Book Two

The worst things in life always begin with a phone call.

When a young homeless woman is snatched from the streets of Portland, Oregon, she has time to make one terrified call to her uncle Lenny in tiny LonePine, Wyoming. A way-off-the-grid survivalist and paranoid conspiracy theorist, Lenny turns to his best friend Tucker for help.

But Tucker’s got his own problems, including a vampire girlfriend.

A perpetually broke, down-on-his-luck cowboy, Tucker fell hard for Lizzie, a whip smart, big city girl and hotshot reporter. To everyone’s surprise in LonePine (all 438 of them), she fell hard for him too.

Their unlikely love is central to The Cowboy and the Vampire: A Darkly Romantic Mystery when Lizzie finds out the awful truth about her dark heritage. Tucker, with a little help from his Dad, Lenny and an overly-sensitive cow dog named Rex, take on Lizzie’s maniacal vampire father and his beautiful consort Elita. It’s a blood-spattered undead apocalypse of terror and tumbleweeds.

In Blood and Whiskey, the second book in The Cowboy and Vampire Thriller Series, Tucker, Lizzie and the rest of the gang are back with a vengeance. Lizzie is pregnant, with a growing, unquenchable thirst for human blood and trouble on the horizon. The most powerful vampires from the ruling clans are headed to LonePine to test her new powers. If they find her lacking, Lizzie, her growing baby, and all of LonePine will be destroyed — not that it would take very long.
It’s certainly an inconvenient time for Tucker to take a road trip, but sometimes friendship trumps common sense. With a duffle bag of improvised weapons, he sets out for Portland with Lenny to find the kidnapped girl. They end up in remote Plush, Oregon, where — smack dab in the middle of the sagebrush desert — they uncover a human blood farm run by a fearsome cowboy enemy resurrected from the Old West. His name is Henry Plummer and his sights are set on Lizzie.
As the truth about what they have uncovered dawns on Tucker and Lenny, they rush back to LonePine. The Vampire Illuminati have already arrived, including Rurik, a handsome Russian vampire angling to take Tucker’s place next to Lizzie.

How far will Lizzie and Tucker go to protect their unlikely love?

Blood and Whiskey is a story of love, loyalty and loss in the modern American West. With meditations on the nature of good and evil, a new cosmology for vampires — including a meta-consciousness where vampire minds reside between deaths — and a cast of gritty, quirky, realistic western characters, Blood and Whiskey tangles the vampire and cowboy myths into a groundbreaking new “modern gothic western” genre.

About the authors

Stuff Clark likes: sagebrush, the American West, clouds, whiskey and graphic novels. Stuff he hates: running quarterbacks, drivers who don’t use turn signals and the sound of flip-flops.

Stuff Kathleen likes: Russian literature, anarchy, martinis, lava and the ocean. Stuff she hates: intermissions, Halloween corn mazes and high-speed vehicular sandwiches. And the Muppets.

Learn more and stay in touch:

Twitter: @cowboyvamp

Blog tour giveaways:

Signed set of Book 1and Book 2 for the Cowboy and Vampire series (Cowboy and Vampire, and Blood andWhiskey). 2 sets to giveaway.


Entry into a drawingfor a $50 Amazon gift card for anyone that posts a review on Amazon, Goodreadsor Powell's. Email authors at cowboyandvampire@gmail with link to review to beentered. It need not be a fancy review, just an indication of reading orwanting to read it.

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  1. If I got a chance to make one phone call in a stressful situation I would completely blow it. I would probably go blank and not be able to say anything let alone anything important like what's happening, where I am, etc.!

  2. I got the print books for review next month :D

    (captcha is getting more and more ridiculous and difficult to read.)

  3. Ha, good "call" Eve. Not sure who we'd call either. Thanks for stopping by!

  4. I have no idea who I would call either in a stressful situation. I wouldn't be able to think straight.

  5. Tore, we're not so sure. The human brain functions pretty darn well in high stress situations. It's built to make the right decisions (survival) even when we're doing our best to get in our own way...!

  6. This sounds like a good book.

    1. bn100, we sure think it is. We'd love to know what you think if you check it out.


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