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Monday, July 12, 2021

Dragon(e) Baby Gone by Robert Gainey - Book Tour + Giveaway



Dragon(e) Baby Gone 

(Reports from the Department of Intangible Assets Book 1)


by Robert Gainey 



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GENRE: Mystery Fantasy


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BLURB:


Diane Morris is part of the thin line separating a happy, mundane world from all of the horrors of the anomalous. Her federal agency is underfunded, understaffed, and misunderstood, and she’d rather transfer to the boring safety of Logistics than remain a field agent. When a troupe of international thieves make off with a pair of dragon eggs, Diane has no choice but to ally with a demon against the forces looking to leave her city a smoldering crater. Facing down rogue wizards, fiery elementals, and crazed gunmen, it’s a race against time to get the precious cargo back before the dragon wakes up and unleashes hell.


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EXCERPT “I have arrived!” Rubin intoned, loud and solemn as he strode into my office. He was every inch a wizard, so long as those inches were from the neck up. A long white beard met with long white hair, both flowing down over his chest and shoulders. White eyebrows heavy enough to act as speed bumps shaded his gray eyes, and the entire magnificently magical appearance was thrown off by the fact that he wore a tweed jacket, khakis, and loafers. He looked like a homeless man applying for a job in a suit donated by another homeless man.


“Rubin, thanks for coming so quickly,” I said, rising and offering a hand. He walked right past me and stood to look out the window.


“Why, woman, have you summoned me to your presence? Do you wish to consult with the power of earth and sky? Do I, and I alone, have the knowledge you require?” I’d almost forgotten what it was like to be this close to him. He smelled very strongly of horseradish and cloves. There was a large patch of fresh char on the elbow of his jacket.


“I certainly hope so,” I said, sitting back down and glaring at his back. This was why he wasn’t on my Christmas card list. That, and I didn’t know where he actually lived. Maybe he slept in the basement, where his little magical laboratory was housed.


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AUTHOR Bio and Links:


Robert Gainey is a born and raised Floridian, despite his best efforts. While enrolled at Florida State University and studying English (a language spoken on a small island near Europe), Robert began volunteering for the campus medical response team, opening up a great new passion in his life. Following graduation, he pursued further training through paramedic and firefighting programs, going on to become a full time professional firefighter in the State of Florida. He currently lives and works in Northeast Florida with his wife and dogs, who make sure he gets walked regularly. Robert writes near-fetched fantasy novels inspired by the madness and courage found in everyday events.


Twitter: https://twitter.com/RNGainey

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robertngainey/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robert.gainey

Blog: https://robertgainey.blogspot.com/

Website: robertgainey.com



BUY LINKS:


https://www.amazon.com/Dragon-Reports-Department-Intangible-Assets-ebook/dp/B095GNZJCN


https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/dragon-robert-gainey/1139526445



https://books.google.com/books/about/Dragon_e_Baby_Gone.html?id=vY17zgEACAAJ



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GIVEAWAY INFORMATION

One randomly chosen winner via rafflecopter will win a $50 Amazon/BN.com gift card.


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22 comments:

  1. Good morning! So excited to be hosted here today, thank you so much for having me.

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  2. I like the premise for this story line. Sounds good.

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    1. Thanks! What I hope most is thst people just have fun with it.

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    1. You're too kind. If you do decide to pick it up, I really hope you enjoy it.

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  4. Interesting blurb. Sounds like a good fantasy read. Thanks for the chance.

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    1. I appreciate the interest! Have fun with it, I really hope you have a good time.

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  5. i wish our government would partner with magicalcreatures. get more done!

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  6. Great excerpt and giveaway. :)

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    1. I'm happy you're pleased with it. It's hard to pick what to use as an excerpt, there's just so much to choose from.

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  7. This sounds like a very good book.

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  8. I love the cover. The colors and graphics are great.

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    1. Thanks! I was really pleased with the color scheme, it really pops out in a line up.

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  9. I love the unique cover and title. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  10. "Diane Morris is part of the thin line separating a happy, mundane world from all of the horrors of the anomalous."

    She sounds like quite a gal.

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    1. Honestly, she'll be happy to just make it to retirement at this point.

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  11. "Her federal agency is underfunded, understaffed, and misunderstood, and she’d rather transfer to the boring safety of Logistics than remain a field agent."

    I've heard this before, lol.

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