Seventeen Skulls Virtual Book Tour, Day Seven

Lucky number seven on the tour schedule is a rare day off. I said I’d have updates here each day of the tour, and that holds true even on off days. That’s right, no tour stops today, but the streak continues here!

It’s been a whirlwind of activity so far, not only with these daily updates and all the reviewers and bloggers we’ve visited but also with those who have read (or plan to read) the book. I discovered today that quite a number of people have marked Seventeen Skulls as “to-read” on Goodreads, which is very cool. Speaking of Goodreads, there are some nice reviews on there, as well as over on Amazon. While it would be lovely to see more and more of those kind words from readers, the ones that are up there already make me feel really good about this book.

Here’s a sample of what some readers felt about Seventeen Skulls:

“Another good read from the pen of New Brunswick’s Joe Powers.”

“Seventeen Skulls is a compelling journey into an unspeakable terror told with supreme skill and mastery of the horror genre.”

“…a very classic horror story. Reminiscent of Stephen King, it draws readers in with supernatural elements that were similar to those of H. P. Lovecraft.”

If you like horror and/or suspenseful thrillers and are thinking about reading Seventeen Skulls, I hope you’ll give it a look. And if you’ve already read the book and enjoyed it, I hope you’ll consider leaving a review, either at Amazon or Goodreads or both places. Reviews and ratings are the lifeblood of all authors and are arguably the best and easiest way to help get the word out about a book you’re read and liked. I guarantee it won’t go unnoticed, or unappreciated!

On that happy note, I wish you a happy Sunday and bid you a fond farewell. Tomorrow we’re back to the grindstone but for now, don’t forget to sign up for emailed updates and news over at my contact page. Until next time, stay safe, talk soon!


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