My Book Tour May 11 – June 11

the bone cutters banner--Silver Dagger Book-Blog Tour

I am doing an online, month-long book tour starting next month for my debut book, The Bone Cutters.

Yes, this is a later-than-usual book tour, since my book was published on September 1, 2019, but, hey, I’m a newbie and an indie. I’m still figuring all this stuff out.

Due to the covid-19 pandemic, some of my reading appearances have been canceled, and the conventions I planned on attending this year may not happen at all, so I’ve got to get creative, and this is excellent.

Silver Dagger Book Tours is a perfect fit for this writer. What better way for this woodland dweller to get out and promote a book I am very proud of than with an online tour? You all want to check this out. There will be free giveaways! Yay, for free!!!

For more information, you can go to the Silver Dagger Book Tours link here: https://www.silverdaggertours.com/tour-sign-ups/the-bone-cutters-tour-sign-ups

In the mean time, here’s a teaser, followed by review excerpts.

TEASER: They wear their scars with pride, while Dory tries desperately to hide her own. No matter what she does to cover her wounds, they can still smell her bleed, and they want in—down to the bones.

* “This has been a banner year for introducing stellar new horror writers to the world… Renee S. DeCamillis is one of these with her novella The Bone Cutters, one of the strangest, but coolest, entries of 2019…razor sharp…grabs hold from the get go, and drags the reader through a surreal experience that evokes One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, if written by Clive Barker. A recommended novella.” –-Monster Librarian

* “I immediately fell in love with Dory, the writing style, the story…This is a terribly heart-wrenching story with a bit of a haunted house/ghost vibe where you’re also being chased by a bunch of crazy people who want to devour your bones. I didn’t want to put this book down.”—Kendall Reviews

*”It’s actually refreshing to be able to enjoy a book so much that you were miffed when it was over…As [her] debut novella, it’s a fantastic beginning to what could prove to be a career to watch…I’m giving this a solid 4 out of 5 [stars]…considering that I’ve never read anything which rated a 5, I think The Bone Cutters is doing just fine.”— Ginger Nuts of Horror

* “Strange and terrifying, Dory has been sent to a mental hospital that harbors horrible things. I think the insight to her horror and treatment in this facility by far makes your insides cry… Excellent, riveting storytelling. Short read and so worth it! More please!” –Kim Napolitano, Goodreads Review

* “Loved it! The Bone Cutters is a powerful story. The premise is sharp as the prose, the isolation of the main character stuck inside a psychiatric facility where help is supposed to be given, but instead, threats are everywhere. The story nails this tone so well as if the reader is having their bones shaved.”–Mark Matthews, Author of Milk-Blood, All Smoke Rises, & On The Lips Of Children. Founder & CEO of Wicked Run Press.

* “[The Bone Cutters] has a very cinematic feel to it, the story constructed much like a movie would be, so it was very easy to put yourself into the scenes and the action. Funny…weird and harrowing. This was an “afternoon” kind of read… a perfect antidote to the overly-long and overly-indulgent mass market paperbacks you’d find on a supermarket rack. I liked this.”—Goodreads Review by Danger Slater, author of Impossible James, He Digs A Hole, and the Wonderland award-winning I Will Rot Without You

* “Renee, in her work and in her life, epitomizes one of my favorite lines of literary inspiration from the author Steve Almond; as Steve says and Renee, in this book, shows us how it is done—‘Race toward the darkness and shine.’“—Elizabeth Searle, American novelist, short story author, and playwright

* A strange, unsettling novella that flies through a tight story of mystery, horror, and survival. DeCamillis draws you right into the main character’s mind and does a good job of holding you there until the very last page–with all the frantic uncertainty and memorable storytelling that that entails. –Goodreads Review by Josh

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