Sacrifice at Sea by Susan Wingate

Its winter in the US and at the moment its very cold outside – so this is the perfect time for an Sacrifice at Sea - Susan Wingateocean getaway. Award winning author Susan Wingate has just the answer – her latest book and the third installment in the Bobby’s Diner series – Sacrifice at Sea. She is doing a virtual tour and we are on the lookout for bloggers or newspaper owners who would like to do reviews or author and book spotlights and radio show hosts that would like to interview Susan. We will start these in late January and throughout February. If you would like to particiapte – contact nikki @  and read on for more details.

Ways to Participate in the Sacrifice at Sea Virtual Tour –

  • We will send you a PDF or ARC copy of the book to read and share a thorough review on your blog or in a newsletter. If you have another idea to share the review, contact Nikki with details.
  • We are interested in Author Spotlights and Book Spotlights on blogs or in newsletters.
  • Susan is also interested in doing radio shows

About Sacrifice at Sea by Susan Wingate

SACRIFICE AT SEA, book three of the “Bobby’s Diner” series.

After losing her husband and then her fiance’, Georgette Carlisle has finally met a new man–the police chief of Sunnydale, Willard Cleary. And, when they decide to take a cruise to the exotic Caribbean, she feels her life normalize. That is, until she learns there has been a murder aboard their ship. But, when the murderer turns his attention toward Georgette, their vacation cruise becomes a nightmare at sea. SACRIFICE AT SEA is the no. 3 book in the Bobby’s Diner series.

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About Susan Wingate

Susan began writing as a child when she learned her father was a writer. A vibrant public speaker, Susan offers inspiring, motivational talks about faith, the craft of writing, publishing and marketing, and how to survive in this extremely volatile ePublishing industry. She enjoys chatting with folks about her books at writing conferences, libraries and book stores around the country. She also loves to visit with book clubs for more intimate talks.

Susan Wingate’s full bio –

Check out an interview with Susan

Wednesday Feb 12 – Susan Wingate, author of Sacrifice at Sea, is interviewed tonight on  “Book and a Chat” with Barry Eva. You can listen tonight at 3:30 pm PST/6:30 pm EST –

Award Winning Author Susan Wingate’s Full Bio

SUSAN WINGATE’s poem entitled “The Dance of Wind in Trees” was published in the April 2013 issue of the Virginia Quarterly Review. Her award-winning, #1 Amazon bestseller, DROWNING is now available in audio book version.

SPIDER BRAINS, book No. 1 in the “Susie Speider” YA Fiction Series is Available Now through Astraea Press and on Amazon.

In 2012, two of Susan’s books made it onto the Top 10 Amazon Best Seller list, twice.

DROWNING (contemporary women’s fiction) won 1st place in the 2011 Forward National Literature Award for the category of Drama. DROWNING also won a finalist award for the category of Women’s Fiction/Chick Lit in the 2011 International Book Awards and reached #1 on the Amazon’s Best Seller list.

A vibrant public speaker, Susan offers inspiring, motivational talks about the craft of writing, publishing and marketing, and how to survive this extremely volatile ePublishing industry. She presents these lectures at writing conferences, libraries and book stores around the country. She also loves to visit with book clubs for more intimate chats.

Susan Wingate ParentsBorn in Phoenix, Arizona to James & Amie, Susan tried to fly, at age five, off the roof of their family house using only newspaper, wire hangers and scotch tape. She’s been dreaming of flying ever since. Oh, by the way, she never jumped. Her mother ran out in the nick of time, screaming like a crazy woman, and stopped her from take-off. After that, she began taking dance lessons with the solid ground beneath her feet.

In high school, Susan became involved in acting when she joined the drama club. And, at seventeen, she went on a 2-month acting tour with an acting troupe called The Robinhood Players. At nineteen, she taught aerobics, waitressed and bartended. Susan graduated from AZ State University in 1994 with a bachelor’s degree in accounting.

Three years later, she moved from Phoenix to an island off the Washington State coast to concentrate on her writing. However, to support herself, she opened up a bed & breakfast and for three years ran it but closed doors soon after September 11, 2001.

Still, her focus remained on writing.

It was after she got noticed by award-winning, international bestselling author, Michael Collins that she began to think she could actually make a career in the publishing industry. For two years Collins mentored Susan.

That brings us to today–still writing daily and loving it!

Oh, she also draws and paints abstracts using oil as her favored medium.

Susan lives not too far from Seattle on a little spit of an island with her husband, Bob, Robert (their dog), thirteen cats, eleven birds, a fistful of raccoons, a herd of deer, two sneaky foxes, a band of ring-necked doves, an unkindness of ravens, a murder of crows and a covey of quail!

For more details about her virtual book tour visit

Luxury Reading Review for Travels in Elysium

Luxury Reading shares their review for Travels in Elysium by William Azuski on their blog –

Literary fiction blends with Plato’s tale of Atlantis is this metaphysical mystery that takes place on an archaeological dig on the island of Santorini. Travels in Elysium is written in an allegory style. If you would like to read an an online excerpt – we have one posted here For more information or to get your own copy, visit

Travels in Elysium by William Azuski


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