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Blog tour announcement! The Beautiful Ashes of Gomez Gomez
Introducing the first release in the Ballads of Paradise series from Buck Storm, The Beautiful Ashes of Gomez Gomez. I hope you will join me by signing up for the tour!
The tour dates will be July 21-August 4.
When I send out all the details ahead of the tour, I'll have a Q&A you can use, we'll do a book giveaway and will provide you with all the tour materials you will need. I'll also have a form for you to submit your tour links.
About the Book
Literary Americana fiction filled with humor and heart
When his wife, Angel, is killed in a head-on collision, Gomez Gomez feels he can't go on--so he doesn't. He spends his days in the bushes next to the crash site drinking Thunderbird wine, and his nights cradling a coffee can full of Angel's ashes. Slow, sure suicide, with no one for company but the snakes, Elvis's ghost, and a strange kid named Bones.
Across town, Father Jake Morales plays it safe, haunted by memories of the woman he left behind, hiding his guilt, loss, and love behind a thick wall of cassock and ritual. Then a shady business deal threatens the town--and his good friend Gomez Gomez--and Father Jake can't just stand by and watch. But what happens when the rescuer is the one in need of saving?
The Beautiful Ashes of Gomez Gomez is quirky, heartfelt, and deeply human. Lives and hopes collide in the town of Paradise, stretching across decades and continents in this epic story of forgiveness, redemption, and love.
About the Author
Buck Storm is a critically acclaimed author and musician. He is the author of the novels The List, The Light, Truck Stop Jesus, The Miracle Man, and The Beautiful Ashes of Gomez Gomez as well as non-fiction work Finding Jesus in Israel and Through theHoly Land on the Road Less Traveled.
Buck and his wife, Michelle, make their home in North Idaho and have two married children.