Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Welcome to the Silent Song Book Tour! I've got some great blurb and a fab interview in store so keep reading!

About The Book

The princess of the school, Alice, is keeping a secret that could strip her of her high school fame. She is obsessed with the school’s outcast, Keith, but not just him – his music. Since the inspiration for the song hit, Keith can’t get it out of his mind. The song must be played; it demands to be played. He knows the music is changing him, but he is unable to stop it. 

Music has the ability to move you, enlighten you, and take you to places you have never dreamed of. And this particular piece? It has a life of its own and makes you forget who you really are. As Keith and Alice learn of one another to the notes of that one perfect tune, they can overlook their roles and discover who they could be together. But they also discover someone else is listening and intends on keeping Keith to herself, possibly for an eternity.

About The Author
Ron C. Nieto is a fantasy and romance author who has been writing in her secluded fortress for the longest time. Recently, she had a talk with her cat and decided that she should share her creations, because it was selfish to hoard them all for herself, and so Silent Song was born as her debut novel.

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Character Interview With Keith

What Was Your First Impression Of Alice?
*stares back in silence a moment before sighing* I guess I can't fetch the guitar and play the answer to that on, right? Ive never been that good with words but...Alice is the infamous missing piece. She allows me to be me, you know? It's always been like that as if she was this spot of brilliance, shining on without eve realizing it from moment one and....*cough a little* Yeah. Can we get to the next question now, please?

What was the defining point for you when you knew things were changing for you? That one's easy. It was the moment she knocked on that door. I knew then that either things were changing of the apocalypse was upon us, and since I has seen no zombies around I thought I could rule out the end of the world.

If you know then what you know now is there anything you would do differently? *Opens his mouth, closes it again looking slightly embarrassd* Actually no, I wouldn't change a thing. I know that makes me sound pretty supid, but if I refused to go through the stuff Id not have her now. And if I can't have the good without the bad, I'd rather face the bad head on. Besides in the end...Wait, I'm not supposed to talk about the end, right? Let's leave it at this then: it was worth it. *smiles ruefully* and you really don't meed to look at me like I'm THAT pathetic.

What makes you the happiest? Aside from playing and making out, you mean? *grins* The usual stuff, I guess. Seeing me folks happy, being with friends, having my girl come over with back...Just holding hands in publish with her is good enough. The best moments have to be those when she's smiling and I know I puit that smile there.

Is there something from your story that readers may not pick up on that you want to point out? Yeah. Alice is the one doing the telling, and I'm not sure she really understands how much I love her, or even why. I'd like to explain that, even though feelings aren't really explainable. I'd like readers, and I'd like her, to see that it isn't just a blind, or something that could have happened with anyone else but her. But to do the, I'd need a whole new book.

If you could have one wish come true, what would it be? I want a happily ever after. What else could I ask for?

When I started this book I wasn't sure what to expect. It had the look of a contemporary romance sort of thing. As I got into it more It grew into something more. Alice's voice is very easy to get into. The writing flows and you could read this book in a couple of hours. I did. It's basically the Popular Girl falling in love with the Nerd boy. And I think that was really well portrayed. They already had a little background connection and then the main tie was music. 

It was really interesting to see the way that music was portrayed in this book. It was spectacular. I mean I've never read a book where music has been such a big part and so well portrayed. So I for sure have to give the author credit for that. But then as the book progressed into the struggles, there was this Paranormal aspect growing. Honestly that was weird. I have to say I wasn't sure what to think about that. It felt like it was a little bit out of place and confusing. I skimmed a lot to finish the end. 

I'm not saying I didn't enjoy this book though. I loved the Romance that flowed and bloomed. And honestly I totally pictured Keith different than he really is. He's really such a sweetie though. Read the interview above to see! So overall I enjoyed reading this book. It's not a favorite, but I would recommend it if you can get your hands on it! So check out the giveaway below!

Content: Moderate
[(L: Deity & Bi*** quite a bit, Fu**-twice, Sh**-once, also He** & Da**) Some innuendo and kissing. Mention of drinking.
3.5 Stars

As a Part of this tour, 12 people can win an e-book and one lucky person can win a SIGNED paperback of Silent Song. All are free to enter. Don't miss this chance and good luck! a Rafflecopter giveaway
Make sure that you don't miss on any of the other tour stops seen below! And keep an eye out for my review of this fabulous book to come this afternoon!



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