Saturday, November 28, 2020

Welcome to Harmony by Dan O'Mahony - Book Tour + Giveaway

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This is my stop during the blog tour for Welcome to Harmony by Dan O’Mahony. Welcome to Harmony is part of the Horror in Harmony series, a fantasy middle grade series featuring supernatural creatures in a town called Harmony.

This blog tour is organized by Lola's Blog Tours. The blog tour runs from 27 November till 17 December. See the tour schedule here.

Welcome to Harmony

Welcome to Harmony (Horror in Harmony #1)
By Dan O’Mahony
Genre: Fantasy
Age category: Middle Grade

Everyone deserves a place to call home.
Welcome to Harmony.

Like all thirteen-year-olds, Dillon just wants to fit in, but being a werewolf makes that an even greater challenge than normal. After almost being discovered by some neighbors in their old neighborhood, Dillon’s parents move all the way to Harmony, in Northern California, hoping to protect their son and keep his condition a secret, no matter how ashamed it might make Dillon feel. However, it turns out Dillon might have caught a break when he learns he is not the only supernatural being in Harmony. Some readily embrace him, while others view him as a threat.

The greatest danger Dillon has to face though is his parents discovering the truth about Harmony. They are already disappointed in having a werewolf for a son. Learning that other supernaturals exist in Harmony could cause them to run again, even though Dillon not only fits in with the folks in Harmony but has been able to flourish there as well.

You can find Welcome to Harmony on Goodreads

You can buy Welcome to Harmony here:
- Kobo

Awards for Welcome to Harmony
- Winner Teen-Category 2015 ONEBOOKAZ writing competition
- 2016 Self-e Selection Library Journal

Top Ten List

My Top 10 Favorite Paranormal/supernatural Books

By Dan O’Mahony

 1.     The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman

2.     Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury

3.     The Exorcist by William Peter Blatty

4.     Salem’s Lot by Stephen King

5.     It by Stephen King

6.     A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness

7.     The Call by Peadar O’Guilin

8.     Coraline by Neil Gaiman

9.     The Witches by Roald Dahl

10.                        Doll Bones by Holly Black

My Top 10 Favorite Paranormal/supernatural Movies:

 1.     Pan’s Labyrinth

2.     The Exorcist

3.     A Cabin in the Woods

4.     Song of the Sea

5.     The Shining

6.     Extra Ordinary

7.     I Kill Giants (and the comic series it was based on)

8.     The Monster Squad

9.     Fright Night

10.                        Nightbreed (The Director’s Cut)


Other books in the series:
Gwen GladstoneBloodline

Gwen Gladstone by Dan O’Mahony
“Ready to Believe in Magic?”

Links for Gwen Gladstone:
- Goodreads
- Amazon
- B&N
- Kobo

Bloodline by Dan O’Mahony
“You Can’t Choose Your Family”

Links for Bloodline:

Dan O’Mahony

About the Author:
Dan O’Mahony has been a lifelong fan of the fantasy genre. It is the home of dreamers and outsiders who do not feel quite at home in the ‘normal world” but know, deep down, that they are heroes at heart destined for epic adventures and great deeds.

He currently resides near Chandler, Arizona but spends much of his time exploring new worlds and associating with unique characters. When not engaging in his routine flights of fancy, he teaches elementary and junior high students, hoping to inspire within them a love of reading and writing.

You can find and contact Dan O’Mahony here:

There is a tour wide giveaway for the blog tour of Welcome to Harmony. Three winners will each win a reader's kit. This reader's kit contains a signed copy of Welcome to Harmony, a customized bookmark, customized mug, and a customized book light. Open International.

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