Book Blog Tour and Competition

Mar 20th, 2018 | By | Category: Articles, Lodestone Books

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YA author, James Hartley, is holding a book blog tour from 19th to 25th March 2018 for his Macbeth-inspired book; The Invisible Hand. It is the perfect companion for anyone studying Shakespeare at GCSE or A Level or for anyone who loves Shakespeare in general.

Follow James’ Book Tour to see his book reviews and to enter a competition to win one of 5 copies of his book INCLUDING an Invisible Hand tactile pen! here’s where you can find more details:

Monday 19th March:

Erucchii’s Books and Recs

Rae Reads

Whispering Stories

Tuesday 20th March:

Books and Wine Gums

Wednesday 21st March:

Jaffa Reads Too

The Serial Reader Blog

Thursday 22nd March:

Fantasticando Sui Libri

Jorie Loves a Story

Six Tinder Weeks

Friday 23rd March:

Donna’s Book Blog

Laura’s Interests

Lisa Loves Literature

Saturday 24th March:

Anky’s Book Bubble

Boston Book Reader

Me and My Books

Sunday 25th March:

Bound 2 Escape

Nemesis Book Blog

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The Invisible Hand – Shakespeare’s Moon, Act I
Author: James Hartley
Publisher: Lodestone Books 24/02/17

Based around Macbeth, The Invisible Hand is first in the Shakespeare´s Moon series, set in a boarding school and focused on different Shakespeare plays.

The Invisible Hand is about a boy, Sam, who has just started life at a boarding school and finds himself able to travel back in time to medieval Scotland. There he meets a girl, Leana, who can travel to the future, and the two of them become wrapped up in events in Macbeth, the Shakespeare play, and in the daily life of the school.

The book is the first part of a series called Shakespeare´s Moon. Each book is set in the same boarding school but focuses on a different Shakespeare play.


Image for Cold Fire bookJames was born on the Wirral, England, in 1973 on a rainy Thursday. He shares his birthday with Bono, Sid Vicious and two even nastier pieces of work, John Wilkes Booth and Mark David Chapman. James studied journalism in London and later travelled through Ireland, France, Germany and India generally having a good time, before finally settling in Madrid, Spain, where he now lives with his wife and two young children.

The 2nd book in the Shakespeare’s Moon series ‘Cold Fire’ will be publishing 31st August 2018.

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