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Monday, July 8, 2013

The Cypher Blog Tour: Guest Post and Giveaway with Julian Rosado-Machain

Hi, everyone!

I am pleased to participate in the Book Tour hosted by Orangeberry Book Tours for Julian Rosado-Machain's The Cypher.


About Julian:


Julian Rosado-Machain has enjoyed pizza in three continents, worked in graphic design, armored vehicles, built computers, handcrafted alebrijes, and swears has seen at least one ghost.

He's the co-owner of a Mexican Restaurant in San Diego, California and enjoys the sun with his wife, three children and cat.

CONNECT ONLINE WITH JULIAN: 
Website | Goodreads | Facebook



Welcome to Darlene's Book Nook, Julian!

Julian has written a guest post, so I will now turn the floor over to him.



10 Things You Didn't Know About Julian Rosado-Machain
By Julian Rosado-Machain

English is not my native language, all the books are edited by a professional editor.

I can’t write in Spanish! I did try I swear…

I’ve stopped trying to explain to my friends or people I meet what Guardians Inc. is about. Since it has mythology, fantasy, alternate history and Science Fiction I was told many times that I sounded like a crazy person.

I have two older brothers, one is a sci-fi fan, the other is a fantasy hard-core fan, both tried to convert me to their ways… I ended up right in the middle.

I rely heavily on the opinion of a couple of friends to finalize the first draft of each book and on my editor to help me fix all those grammar problems and other stuff,- Like run on sentences…

I am unabashedly, irrevocably, uninequibably a cat person.

I spell wrong and create words all the time… I even say them wrong some times. Things like… uninequibably.

The first book I read in English was Edgar Rice Burroughs’ The Princess of Mars. The first book I read when I fully understood English was the same.

I was born in Washington D.C. in the Walter Reed Army Medical Hospital. I have an American birth certificate, but I can’t be a U.S. Citizen because my dad was in a diplomatic mission in the U.S. so both countries consider me as being born inside Mexican embassy grounds AKA Mexico.

Yes it is complicated and I’m quite confused about it too.
Thanks so much for joining us today, Julian!


One lucky winner will win a digital copy of Julian's YA Fantasy/Adventure, The Cypher!


TITLE: The Cypher
SERIES: Guardians Inc, Book #1
AUTHOR: Julian Rosado-Machain
PUBLISHER: Julian Rosado-Machain
PUBLICATION DATE: July 21, 2012
FORMAT: Kindle Edition, 200 pages
GENRE: YA Fantasy/Adventure
ASIN: B008NU34A2



Guardians Inc.: The Cypher is two stories in one. A glimpse into a multinational company that is in reality the oldest of secret societies, one that spans close to seven thousand years of existence, weaving in and out of history, guiding and protecting humanity from creatures and forces that most of us believe are only mythology and fairy tales.

The other is the story of Thomas Byrne, a young man thrust into secrets he shouldn't be aware of and dangers he shouldn't face, but that he ultimately will, for he is a Cypher. The only one who can steer humanity's future.

The ultimate conspiracy theory is that Magic is real. Kept in check by technology, but every five hundred years the balance can shift and, if it does, technology will fail and those creatures we've driven into myth will come back with a vengeance.

To protect the present, Guardians Incorporated needs to know the future.

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Tour Participants:

18th May – Book Feature at Peace from Pieces

19th May – Twitter View with OB Book Tours

20th May – Twitter Blast with OB Book Tours

21st May - Book Review & Author Interview at Mommy Adventures

22nd May - Guest Post at The Bunny’s Review

23rd May - Twitter Blast with OB Book Tours

24th May - Book Review & Author Interview at The Reading Cat

25th May - Guest Post at Blog-A-Licious Authors 

26th May - Book Review & Author Interview at Author’s Friend

27th May – Guest Post at Kindle Nook Books

28th May – Author Interview at Voicu Mihnea Simandan

29th May – Guest Post at Pages to Chapters

30th May – Author Interview, Guest Post & Book Feature at Talisman Book Publishing

31st May – Book Review at My Reading Problem

1st June – Guest Post & Book Review at Page Turning Books

2nd June - Orangeberry Sidebar

3rd June – Author Interview & Book Review at Gentleman Reads

4th June – Guest Post at Books Are Magic

5th June – Book Review at bit’s ‘n Bobs

6th June – Book Feature & Book Review at Nobody Important

7th June – Guest Post & Book Review at Book Sane

8th June – Author Interview & Book Review at UnBiased Book Reviews

9th June – Guest Post & Book Feature at Gimme the Scoop

10th June – Book Review at Pages to Pages

11th June – Author Interview & Book Review at Book Connoisseur

12th June – Guest Post & Book Review at Top ‘o Mornin’ To Ya

13th June – Author Interview & Book Review at Feed Your Fiction Addiction

14th June – Book Review at Books on the Open Range

15th June – Guest Post & Book Review at Working for Books

16th June – Author Interview & Book Review at Dreaming Pages

17th June – Book Review at Me, You & Books

18th June – Author Interivew & Book Review at High Class Books

19th June – Guest Post at The Crafty Home

20th June – Book Review at Top Shelf Books

21st June – Author Interview & Book Review at Life Altering Reads

22nd June – Book Review at Imagination in Books

23rd June – Guest Post & Book Review at Book Professor

24th June – Book Review at Everything 4 Books

1st July – Author Interview at Book Review at Reading My Addiction

8th July – Guest Post at Darlene’s Book Nook

15th July - Orangeberry Book of the Day

20th July - Tweet Me A Storm with OB Book Tours

22nd July – Book Review at Non-Stop Reads

19th August – Guest Post & Book Feature at Guiltless Reading

28th October – Guest Post at There Will Be Another Sunrise

1 comment:

  1. Love the guest post and the book sounds like a lot of fun:)

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