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Thursday, June 6, 2013

Cathy Benedetto Virtual Tour: Book Spotlight and Giveaway


Hi, everyone!



I am pleased to participate in Cathy Benedetto's Virtual Tour hosted by Tomorrow Comes Media.


About Cathy:

Ms. Benedetto is a writer, artist and avid reader. Her love of science fiction and fantasy inspired her trilogy about the mystical race of warriors known as Shala. Her favorite authors, Anne McCaffrey, Robert Jordan, and Orson Scott Card, have spun stories that shifted Cathy’s imagination into high gear.

The former Vice Principal and education consultant, Cathy was also a five time softball All-American, and AAU basketball All-American. She was a member of the U.S. Women’s basketball team that played in the World University Games in Czechoslovakia and the Pan American Games in Canada. While coaching, she was published in the Women in Sports magazine and wrote a column for the Bellevue Journal American.

Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Cathy moved to Lexington, Kentucky in 2003. The former coach enjoys supporting the Kentucky Wildcats women’s basketball team, woodturning, lapidary arts, and loves fishing on her pontoon boat. A special joy is playing with David, Charlotte, Kendall, Lily, and Liz.




About the Books:












Like the Navi on Pandora, the exotic warrior race called Shala dominates the continent of Sandala. Over seven feet tall and as strong as three men, the dark-skinned Shala share a life-long bond with wild felines. The fierce fighters are blessed with telepathic powers, and have eyes that radiate a kaleidoscope of colors.

The Shala live apart from the humans of Sandala, dwelling inside the crater of an extinct volcano. But when invaders appear, they must obey the prophecy and rise to defend the land. It will take all the cunning and guile of their young leader, Tahjeen Tier, to contend with assassination and betrayal, and a massive army poised to attack.















Vigilance reader! There are more battles, more strategies, more Shala and Fels and most of all more mysteries! Many questions about the Shala from The Eyes of Sandala have been answered and many new ones arise. The most pressing question being who are the Dark Shala and what is their place in the war? But the mysteries do not end there, as new characters bring new questions and new prophecies as well. The back and forth battles cause each side to make adjustments in strategy which lead to more suspense and a strong desire to find how the future will unfold.












In the exciting conclusion to the Shala Trilogy, Latiga is under siege, travel mirrors are lost, lovers have been torn apart by the ravages of war, and the King of the Fels is dying. These are the challenges that Tahjeen Tier, leader of the Shala, contends with as he confronts the King of the Fels to find out why he must sacrifice his own people to save the Sandalese. Is there something special about these particular humans? While Tahjeen demands answers, the Surmese invaders are poised to launch their own final two battles — one in the heartland’s frontier, home of the fels, and the other at Latiga, the capital of Palaton. As humans and Shala gather for the final battle, Tahjeen learns the truth about his unborn son.




Tour Participants:

May 13 - Writings, Musings, and Other Such Nonsense - Guest Post

May 14 - Sheila Deeth - Interview

May 15 -Read 2 Review - Guest Post

May 17 - Breath of Life - Review

May 19 - Sapphyria’s Book Reviews - Promo/Spotlight

May 20 - Spellbindings - Character Interview

May 21 – SpecMusicMuse - Review

May 22 - Beagle Book Space - Promo/Spotlight

May 23 - Pandragon Dan - Review

May 26 - Azure Dwarf - Review

May 27 –JeanzBookReadNReview - Interview

May 29 - Crossroads Reviews - Review

May 31 - Angela Meadon - Interview

June 1 - The FlipSide of Julianne - Guest Post

June 4 - The Dan O’Brien Project - Promo-Excerpt

June 6 - Darlene’s Book Nook - Guest Post

June 8 - Mom Cat’s Book Blog - Character Post

June 11 - Kayla’s Reads and Reviews - Guest Post

June 12 - Recent Reads - Review

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