Blog tour: ‘Daughter of Ishmael’

Diane Stringam Tolley and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “Daughter of Ishmael” blog tour, which will run from January 10-25, 2017.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

Growing up around prophets and prophecies, Hannah and her sisters are excited to be betrothed to sons of Lehi and to journey to the promised land. But now with her people dividing, Hannah must choose between her faith and her family. Should she follow Nephi again, or stay with her husband, Lemuel, and her son in sin and misery? This compelling novel tells the familiar scripture story from an illuminating new perspective.

About the author:

Trained in journalism and raised by a family of storytellers, Diane Stringam Tolley has spent her life writing. From her first published work, “The Scary House,” penned in Mrs. Hainsworth’s grade six class, to her tenth novel, “Daughter of Ishmael,” Tolley has dipped into every genre from sci-fi/fantasy to spiritual. Her Christmas book, “Carving Angels,” has been featured on the “best of” holiday lists for Edmonton Public Libraries since its first release in 2011. And her follow-up novel, “Kris Kringle’s Magic” (2012) is currently a standard for discussions on prejudice and bullying throughout the Black-Gold region. Drawing on her upbringing on one of the last of the great old ranches of Southern Alberta, Tolley’s stories are filled with unforgettable characters, warm, family connections, and the strength of faith and love.

“Daughter of Ishmael” blog tour schedule:
January 10: Marlene Bateman || Rockin’ Book Reviews
January 11: Heart. Mind. Soul.
January 12: Paula Kremser
January 13: Christy Monson Books || My Book a Day || Literary Time Out
January 14: Jots by Jess || Bookworm Lisa
January 15: Misty Moncur
January 16: Beyond the Lake
January 17: Kathryn Cooper
January 18: Ann Morris
January 19: The Dance
January 20: Why Not? Because I Said So || Mel’s Shelves
January 21: Marketing Mentress
January 22: The View From My Window
January 23: The Book Addict
January 24: I Love to Read and Review Books
January 25: Julie Coulter Bellon || A Bliss Complete



11 thoughts on “Blog tour: ‘Daughter of Ishmael’

  • December 22, 2016 at 6:19 am

    I’d love to have the visuals for this blog tour. I’d like to get my post ready to go. Could you send me a book cover and Diane’s picture? Thanks, Christy Monson

  • January 9, 2017 at 4:29 am

    I would love to be added to the 25th. Can I get an e-copy and hard copy if possible?

  • January 24, 2017 at 2:44 am

    Bone-Chilling and Exciting!
    What a powerful book! It grabbed me from the first sentence! I felt like I was Hannah and was living vicariously through her the entire time. You could hear the sounds and smell the fragrances and aromas in the air. You felt the grit in your teeth and the dust in your clothes sticking to your sweat. I felt Hannah’s pain as she was torn between her own family and that of the family she knew she wanted and needed to follow. This is a must read!!! I give it 5 stars!

    • May 22, 2017 at 9:37 pm

      It’s a relief to find soomene who can explain things so well

  • May 22, 2017 at 9:56 pm

    Planiseg to find someone who can think like that

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