Friday, February 18, 2022

Virtual Book Tour: Called by Kira Saito #blogtour #interview #paranormalromance #giveaway #rabtbooktours @RABTBookTours @KiraSaito

 


Spirits of Savannah Book #1

Paranormal/Romantic Suspense

Date Published: 01-28-2022



Sophie seems to have it all, a thriving career at the MET, a handsome soon-to-be fiancé, and an eccentric father who is the toast of the academic world. Yet, fate has other plans for her. After the death of her father, she starts to see visions of a beautiful woman who claims that Sophie needs to return home and take care of some unfinished business.

But where is home? And what business? Unexpectedly, she receives a strange invitation from a mysterious organization in Savannah, Georgia. Determined to find out more about the circumstances surrounding her father’s death and her sudden ability to see the dead, she accepts.

Welcome to Savannah, Georgia, a city so beautiful that it was spared from the wrath of Union General William T. Sherman. In this city filled with the spirits of the dead, arching live oaks draped in picturesque Spanish moss, luxurious looming mansions, and men who have impeccable manners and voices as smooth as butter Sophie is an outsider. Yet, she begins to discover that maybe the answers that she has been searching for are closer than she expected… Step into the haunting yet beautiful world of Sophie and Savannah where the dead walk among the living and every nook and cranny has a mystery that demands to be solved.




Interview

Hi, thank you for having me on!

 

What is the hardest part of writing your books?

The hardest part of writing my books is getting the history correct. The research takes time. Also because I love magical realism, I like to base my magic on real legends and traditions. Finding the right spell takes longer than it should at times.

 

What songs are most played on your Ipod?

Anything by Bob Marley. He never gets old and he always has sound advice for every situation.

 

Do you have critique partners or beta readers?

Yes, I have beta readers. I let them read my work as I write and once I finish.

 

What book are you reading now?

Violeta by Isabel Allende

 

How did you start your writing career?

By reading and then simply writing and embracing indie publishing.

 

Tell us about your next release.

My next release is part 2 of the Spirits of Savannah. 


About the Author

Kira Saito is the author of the Arelia LaRue Series and The Girl on Prytania Street. She loves writing twisty books with soul, suspense, and magic.


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