Writer and Explorer Extraordinaire–Laekan Zea Kemp

Big thanks to Francis Guenette, author of Disappearing In Plain Sight,

for posting a review of Breathing Ghosts on her blog!

Check out my guest post there tomorrow!

Today’s post will be the first of two featuring writer, Laekan Zea Kemp. She is author of three self-published books. Yes – I’m serious – three! I’m thinking this young lady must be doing more than a few things right in the writing world! I’ve been following Laekan’s blog for a while and when she recently put out a call for bloggers interested in hosting her as part of a blog tour, for her new release, Breathing Ghosts – I bit. I found myself wondering why this approach to putting together a blog tour had never occurred to me. Just ask the people who already follow you. After all, they follow you for a reason, right? How brilliant is that?

I purchased her book, read it and did a review.

Breathing Ghosts by Laekan Zea Kemp

Feel like going on a fast-paced, quirky journey of emotional self-discovery?In her novel, Breathing Ghosts, Kemp does an amazing job of exploring the varied dimensions of grief through the eyes of her troubled protagonist, River. The reader is drawn along with the suffering young man as he literally journeys through the painful loss of his dead girlfriend, Nia. For years, Nia worked on a map in the desperate hope that she and River could escape the boxes that their families were determined to seal them into. After her death, River runs wild across state after state, chasing Nia’s ghost, finding a few friends along the way and dropping in on the most out-of-the-way, quirky tourist attractions one can imagine…

Read the rest of her review via Writer and Explorer Extraordinaire–Laekan Zea Kemp.

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