Announcing Beverly Stowe McClure’s ‘Caves, Cannons, and Crinolines’ Virtual Book Tour


Contact: Beverly Stowe McClure



Imagine living in a cave, the earth quivering with each cannon shot, dust sifting down in your hair and your eyes, the walls threatening to collapse and bury you alive.

Iowa Park, TX June 15, 2010. Author’s novel explores the effects of the American Civil War on one family’s life through the eyes  of the young daughter. Travel along with Beverly Stowe McClure on her Virtual Book Tour, August 2nd through the 13th and meet the Stamford family in their daily struggle to survive a changing way of life. Follow the blogs below. Be sure to leave a comment for the chance to win a signed copy of Caves, Cannons, and Crinolines.

Mon. Aug. 2: 

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Wed. Aug. 4:

 Fri. Aug. 6:   Interview and Guest Post

Fri. Aug. 6:   Review

Sat. Aug. 7:    Book signing at Tom Burnett Memorial Library, Iowa Park, TX. 11AM to 1 PM.

Sun. Aug. 8:  

Mon. Aug. 9: Interview

Tue. Aug. 10: Review

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Wed. Aug. 11:

Thur. Aug. 12: Guest Post

Thur. Aug. 12 Guest Post

Fri. Aug. 13: Review

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About the author:  Beverly Stowe McClure is the author of novels for teens including Just Breeze, Listen to the Ghost, Secrets I Have Kept, Rebel in Blue Jeans, and her latest Caves, Cannons, and Crinolines. A native Texan she lives in the country with her husband, cat, and a variety of wild critters. 

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10 thoughts on “Announcing Beverly Stowe McClure’s ‘Caves, Cannons, and Crinolines’ Virtual Book Tour

  1. Thanks for your support, Cheryl. You’re the best. 🙂

    It’s going to be a busy couple of weeks. But so much fun.

  2. What an interesting perspective on historical writing. I admire authors who can emerge themselves into a time period and location. Good luck with your book tour, Bev!

  3. I really enjoyed reading this article. I hated history at school, but love historical novels. I think it’s because I’m more interested in the people who made history than the cold facts presented to me in such an unispiring way by a very bad teacher. All the best with the tour and with sales of the book, Beverley

  4. Good point, Dorothy. I finally figured out that the people and the situations they found themselves in and what they did about them are what history is all about. Thanks.

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