10 September 2007

Blog Tour

I'm organizing a blog tour for friend, mentor, and author extraordinaire, Sandi Glahn. It will be from mid-October to mid-November for her newest release, Informed Consent, a novel.
Sandi has written numerous books, including popular nonfiction (some of which have been translated into a few different languages), Bible studies, and novels, including CBA bestseller and Christy finalist, Lethal Harvest. If that weren't enough, she's a prof at Dallas Theological Seminary and the editor-in-chief of the award-winning Kindred Spirit. See, I don't use "extraordinaire" loosely.
A little bit about the book: Jeremy Cramer, M.D. is the next Einstein of infectious disease research. While working on a way to revive water submersion victims, he makes a breakthrough discovery in AIDS research that thrusts him into the center of a media frenzy. But the publicity turns negative and his marriage reaches the breaking point when he accidentally infects a colleague and his negligence allows his son to contract a lifethreatening disease. The viruses test the limits of his new formula and his ethics. In his frantic efforts to save his son and his marriage, he must decide whether to allow his child to die or violate the rights of a young transplant donor. The choice forces him to stand face-to-face with the unfathomable love required to sacrifice an only son.
It explores issues such as biomedical ethics, AIDS, and interracial marriage.
To make things easy, there will be a prepared interview, if you wish to use it. If you prefer your own quacky questions, we can set that up as well.
If you would like to participate (and you know you do), email me with which date(s) you prefer and your blog address at heatheragoodman [at] yahoo [dot] com.
If you know someone who you think would be interested in participating, please send them here. Oh, and if you're interested in meeting Sandi and either live in the DFW area or will be here for ACFW, stop by her book-signing at the Dallas/Addison Marriot Quorum by the Galleria on September 22 from 1:30 to 2:30 or stop by her blog anytime.

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