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Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Piligrimage final stop



The Pilgrimage, Final Stop


Today is the final stop in the Pilgrimage pilgrimage. I hope you’ve been traveling along with us. I won’t tell you where the journey ends—you’ll have to read the book to find that out!


But as a reward for your company during our journey, I have a little tidbit of information for you. Remember Jeff and Cleve from Venetian Masks? Well, they make a cameo appearance in this book.


Thanks so much for visiting!


Join the Pilgrimage


To celebrate the new book, I’m doing a giveaway. Two people will each win a signed print copy of Pilgrimage, plus a $10 donation to a charity of their choice. All you have to do to enter is leave a comment here or on any of the other tour stops. Make sure you leave your email address! Each stop you comment on earns you an entry. I’ll randomly choose the winners  on February 14 at noon Pacific time. Click here to see a complete list of tour stops.


Fiscal analyst Mike Carlson is good with spreadsheets and baseball stats. He doesn’t believe in fate, true love, or fantasy. But then a fertility goddess whisks him away to another world. A promise has been broken, and if Mike is ever to return to California—and his comfortable if lonely life—he must complete a pilgrimage to the shrines of a death goddess.

A humiliating event convinces Mike to hire a guard to accompany him, and hunky Goran is handy enough with a sword, if a little too liberal with his ale. A man with no home and no family, Goran is deeper than he first appears. As Mike learns more about Goran, his disbelief wavers and his goals become less clear. Contending with feuding gods, the challenges of the journey, and his growing attraction to Goran, Mike faces a puzzle far harder to solve than simple rows of numbers.


Pilgrimage is available in print and e-book versions from Dreamspinner Press, Amazon, and all major booksellers.

Kim Fielding can be found at her blog: http://kfieldingwrites.blogspot.com

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  1. Looking forward to it--thanks for the tour!


  2. The Pilgrimage sounds really good! Thanks for the chance at winning a signed print copy :)
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