Friday, September 9, 2011

Joseph Devon Now on Tour

Hi all and welcome to the kickoff of my blog tour for The Matthew and Epp stories. First things first, though, I’d like to thank Roxanne for hosting and organizing and for all her hard work.
This is the first time I’ve ever done one of these and we’re going to have a lot of fun. The books have special guest appearances from a two-thousand year old Roman Slave, an undead ronin named Kyo, some rather grotesque zombies, and of course Sir Isaac Newton. Because what Urban Fantasy thriller would be complete without the father of calculus?

I’ve also answered a slew of interview questions in which liquid aluminum, a satellite image of my favorite thinking spot and Snooki from The Jersey Shore make unexpected appearances and there are a couple of other surprises in store.

And, before we kick this off, I’d like to thank you the readers for all your support. My job makes very little sense if imaginative, story-loving people like you don’t give life to my words. So thanks and let’s get this tour started!

Sept 9 Tour Launch
Fang-tastic Books

Sept 11 Interview

Sept 12 Guest Blog

Sept 13 Interview

Sept 21 Interview

9/22 and 9/23 Interview and Feature each book
Laurie's thoughts & reviews

Sept 23 Guest Blog and Review
Curling Up By The Fire

Oct 10 4pm EST
Live radio interview BK Walker BlogTalk Radio

Blurb for Probability Angels:

Matthew Huntington’s problems seem to keep growing. Not only is he seeing things in garbage cans but his mentor doesn’t think he’s working up to his full potential, his best friend can’t offer any solace but drunken confusion, and his wife is dying in Central Park.

Of course, the fact that Matthew himself died over two decades ago isn’t helping things.

And then things start to really go wrong.

Come explore the world of Matthew and Epp and see what a samurai from Feudal Japan has to do with the course of modern physics, what a two-thousand year old Roman slave has to do with the summit of Mount Everest and what a dead man from Brooklyn has to do with the fate of the world.

Blurb for Persistent Illusions:

In Probability Angels, we were introduced to the world of Matthew and Epp. Back then, Matthew thought he had his hands full just learning how to be an undead tester of humanity, but then Hector staged an uprising and everything Matthew thought he could take for granted fell apart.

Yet, over the past few months, a strained peace has settled over his world and Matthew is starting to feel like he can finally get back to training at his usual New York haunts.

However, things are more fragile than they appear. Nobody can see the stress lines already clawing away at the new peace. Nobody has guessed the toll that was taken on those at the forefront of their war. And, when a new tester wakes up with the power to possibly unravel the universe...well that's when things really start to get interesting.

Come see how a zombie can protect and serve, a photographic memory can earn you a permanent place on Mount Everest, and a teenage drug addict can hold everyone's fate in her nail-bitten fingers.

Author Bio:

Joseph Devon was born in New Jersey and has been a pioneer in the
field of self-publishing since his first book, The Letter. He is known
for his world-building literary style, instantly accessible characters
and poetic dialogue as well as the "26 Stories in 52 Weeks" writing
project from his website at

Find Joseph on the web:

twitter: @josephdevon


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