UNWRITER Ron Berry

October 22, 2010

Beware! The Beware the Devils Hug continues here

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     Beware the Devil’s Hug

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Title: Beware the Devil’s Hug

Author:  Marvin D. Wilson

Publisher: All Things That Matter Press

Copyright: 2010

ISBN:ISBN-10: 0984615490; ISBN-13: 978-0984615490

Format: Paperback, Kindle

Genre: Inspirational fiction

 

 

 

 “The Old Man wagged his hand in the air. “That is of no significance. I am here to ask to take this man’s place. Please—kill me instead.”” Thus we start our journey through the world of Marvin Wilson in a book in which even names are elusive. But, each word hits harder than a punch from George Foreman. What does it all mean? As you weave your way down the path before you, there are glimpses of truth, but then you ask yourself, which is truth and which is a lie? What does it all mean?

 

This is not a book to be taken lightly. One can just read it, but it will lose all its power. Read this in depth and you will reveal yourself to you. Are you really who you say you are? This book is really a mirror into one’s own soul and the trip might prove painful. However, rest assured; by the last sentence you will see yourself and those around you in a much different light. That old man you keep seeing on the bench, is he the one? Maybe that old lady pushing that cart? What action is due on your part when you see them? Do you ignore them, or are they asking for help that only you, the enlightened reader can provide?

 

Find out for yourself just how powerful a book with no names really is. Marvin is a very good writer as you will discover. While you’re at it, pick up “Owen Fiddler” and “I Romanced the Stone”.

 A blurb from the book:

What if a homeless, smelly, ugly, unkempt old man had a hug so powerful it could cure cancer? Cause a prostitute to stop hooking, find happiness and seek true love? Shake the demons of addiction free from a junkie? Make a radical terrorist Muslim want to befriend and love a Christian and visa versa? But rare is the beneficiary of his divine embrace – nobody wants to come near him out of fear.

You’ve read the review, You’ve seen the blurb, now to read the contest and the stops on the tour.

Hugs Therapy Virtual Tour 2010 – Contest, Prizes and Giveaways

Readers following the tour will have the opportunity to win prizes and receive giveaways in the following manner:

Point System-

  • Every comment left will count as one point, be it on that day’s host’s blog and/or The Old Silly’s Free Spirit Blog. A reader can earn two points per day in this manner.
  • Each tweet of any post stop will count as one point. Tweeting the host’s post and also tweeting the Free Spirit post that day earns two points. This one is on the honor system, so the commenter should include that he/she tweeted the post(s) in their blog comment.
  • Each Facebook tour announcement/message with a link to that day’s host’s blog earns one point. This one is also on the honor system, so the commenter should include that he/she facebooked the post in his or her blog comment.
  • Buying an ebook version of Beware the Devil’s Hug earns five points. Reader/buyer must confirm the purchase by emailing the author a copy of the invoice to: marvwilson2020@gmail.com
  • Buying a print (paperback) version of Beware the Devil’s Hug earns 20 points. Reader/buyer must confirm the purchase by emailing the author a copy of the invoice to: marvwilson2020@gmail.com

 

Prizes for Point System Winners-

  • Grand Prize – The person with the most points will receive an autographed paperback copy of Marvin D Wilson’s last novel, Owen Fiddler.
  • First Runner-up Prize – The person with the second highest point total will receive an autographed paperback copy of the author’s first book, I Romanced the Stone (Memoirs of a Recovering Hippie).
  • Second Runner-up Prize – The person with the third highest point total will also receive an autographed copy of the author’s first book, I Romanced the Stone (Memoirs of a Recovering Hippie).
  • Third and Fourth Runner-up Prizes – these people will receive an autographed paperback copy of the author’s book, Between the Storm and the Rainbow.

 

Additional Incentives and Giveaways:

  • The first reader who purchases a print copy of Beware the Devil’s Hug during the tour (again providing proof via email), pays for rush delivery (if they feel that necessary), reads it, and posts a review on Amazon before the tour ends, will receive a $25 gift certificate to Borders or Barnes and Nobles bookstores, his or her choice.
  • Any other readers who purchase a print copy of Beware the Devil’s Hug during the tour and can post a review before the tour ends will receive $10 certificates to Borders or Barnes and Nobles bookstores, their choice.
  • All readers who purchase a print copy of Beware the Devil’s Hug during the tour but cannot or do not get a review up before the tour ends, will still be rewarded – with a free ebook copy of Owen Fiddler.

“Hugs Therapy” October 2010 Virtual Tour Hosts

Hosts                                       URL                                                                            Date

Alex Cavanaugh                       http://alexjcavanaugh.blogspot.com/ 10/15/10

Joyce Anthony              http://joyce-anthony.blogspot.com/ 10/16/10

Elizabeth Spann Craig               http://mysterywritingismurder.blogspot.com 10/17/10

Joyce Anthony              http://joyce-anthony.blogspot.com/ 10/18/10

Stephen Tremp             http://stephentremp.blogspot.com/ 10/19/10

L. Diane Wolfe             http://circleoffriendsbooks.blogspot.com/ 10/20/10

Patricia Stoltey             http://patriciastoltey.blogspot.com 10/21/10

Sylvia Dickey Smith                  http://sylviadickeysmithbooks.wordpress.com/ 10/21/10

Sylvia Dickey Smith                  http://sylviadickeysmithbooks.wordpress.com/ 10/22/10

Ron Berry                      https://unwriter1.wordpress.com 10/22/10

Michelle Emrath                        http://southerncitymysteries.blogspot.com/ 10/23/10

Leeuna Foster                          http://leeunafoster.com/humorblog/ 10/24/10

Jane Sutton                               http://janekennedysutton.blogspot.com 10/25/10

Mason Canyon (Pamela)          http://www.masoncanyon.blogspot.com 10/26/10

Arlee Bird                                http://tossingitout.blogspot.com/ 10/27/10

Helen Ginger                            http://straightfromhel.blogspot.com 10/28/10

Lacresha Hayes                        http://learntofeelpretty.blogspot.com/ 10/29/10

Kissie                                       http://justkissie.com/ 10/30/10

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5 Comments »

  1. People are very hectic nowadays then when you are looking for anything and locate it, you desperately want to give thanks to the author – and it’s this that I am doing right now – Kudos!

    Comment by Government Jobs in India — October 22, 2010 @ 11:52 am | Reply

  2. Thanks for the post, Ron … and re-reading the great review is heart-warming! I’ll check back in later to respond to any comments left, too.

    Comment by The Old Silly — October 22, 2010 @ 1:18 pm | Reply

  3. Great interview, Ron, and intriguing thoughts! I look forward to delving into it and discovering more for myself.

    Comment by Connie Arnold — October 22, 2010 @ 2:22 pm | Reply

  4. Hi Ron, thanks for letting me know about this review.

    Have a wonderful day!

    Comment by Kissie — October 30, 2010 @ 3:10 pm | Reply

  5. […] UPDATE: I’ve learned since posting that I missed another review and this one tells us exactly why we  should read it. Shout out and special thanks to Ron Berry. […]

    Pingback by Beware The Devil’s Hug — October 30, 2010 @ 3:22 pm | Reply


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