Authors Adam and Andrea Graham will be available to talk about their novel, Tales of the Dim Knight, on several speculative fiction book review blogs on dates ranging throughout the month of April.
Boise, Idaho—Authors Adam and Andrea Graham announce their Superhero Parody novel, Tales of the Dim Knight, will be touring on several book review blogs from April 1-May 3 of 2011. Released in November of 2010 from Splashdown Books, Tales of the Dim Knight is available at Amazon.com, Barnes&Noble.Com, and direct from the publisher.
Tales of the Dim Knight is a Superhero Fantasy that pays tribute to the superheroes many adults will remember from childhood while parodying the genre’s tropes and gaffes. Mild-mannered janitor and superhero fanboy Dave Johnson gets all his wishes at once when a symbiotic alien enhances all his strengths, giving him a super-imagination able to mold reality to his vision. Follow his zany adventures as he fights crime and corruption while trying to keep his family together and avoid being sued for copyright infringement.
“A truly original premise, Tales of a Dim Knight is a light-hearted escape into the world of superheroes and villains with a thoughtful twist as to what matters most in life,” says Jill Williamson, the Christy award-winning author of By Darkness Hid.
Adam Graham is a paid political columnist for Pajamasmedia.com. He also has short stories published in the anthology Light at the Edge of Darkness, and in the Laser & Sword e-zine. He is host of the the Old Time Superman Radio Show among several other podcasts, including the Great Detectives of Old Time Radio. Mr. Graham holds a general studies Associate of Arts degree from Flathead Valley Community College with a concentration in Journalism.
Andrea Graham co-authored Adam’s first novel, Tales of the Dim Knight. Her short story “Frozen Generation” also appeared in Light at the Edge of Darkness. She studied creative writing and religion at Ashland University. Adam and Andrea live with their cat, Joybell, in Boise, Idaho. They are members of several writers groups, including Lost Genre Guild and American Christian Fiction Writers. Adam is president of their local ACFW chapter, Idahope.
Tales of the Dim Knight is available at Amazon.com and Barnes&Noble.com. The first chapter is available for free at: www.dimknight.com
The Blog tour’s currently scheduled stops are:
3/17/ James Somers http://www.jamessomers.blogspot.com/
3/20 and 3/27 David James http://newauthors.wordpress.com/
4/1/ April Erwin http://www.projectinga.blogspot.com/
4/3/ Phyllis Wheeler www.Christian-Fantasy-Book-Reviews.com
4/4/ Noah Arsenault http://noahsreads.blogspot.com/
4/4/ Sarah Sawyer www.sarahsawyer.com/blog
4/5/ Tammy Shelnut http://www.bluerosesheart.blogspot.com/
4/6/ Timothy Hicks http://fantasythyme.blogspot.com/
4/7 Joan Nienhuis http://www.bookwomanjoan.blogspot.com
4/8 Carol E. Keen http://carolkeen.blogspot.com/
4/11 Morgan L. Busse http://morganlbusse.wordpress.com
4/14/ Emily LaVigne http://southernfiberreads.wordpress.com/
4/15 Chawna Schroeder http://chawnaschroeder.com
4/22 Frank Creed http://afrankreview.blogspot.com
4/28/ Beckie Burnham http://rbclibrary.wordpress.com
5/3/ Amy Cruson http://the160acrewoods.com
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