New Book Promotion for Diana Peach’s Hot #NewRelease – The Necromancer’s Daughter #Fantasy – Blog Tour

I am delighted be part of a long trail of bloggers to help promote Diana Peach’s, already very popular, new release – The Necromancer’s Daughter. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Diana’s writing, she’s an amazing world-building, fantasy writer. Besides the engaging and addicting storylines she writes, her books carry messages in them. In this book, we become invested in the magic of healing, even though the practice of necromancy is not accepted – especially by the Kingdom of Verdane and its ‘Red Order’ army of nasties. We will read about the good vs. evil, witchery, dragons, warring Kingdoms, mixed in with love and compassion – two elements usually not synonymous with such stories.

My personal favorite genres in reading are usually nonfiction, historical fiction, and women’s fiction or chicklit. Fantasy isn’t usually part of that reading equasion. But as a huge fan of Diana’s writing, and the captivating storyline of this book, I felt compelled to read it. And I was addicted!

About Diana:

A long-time reader, best-selling author D. Wallace Peach started writing later in life when years of working in business surrendered to a full-time indulgence in the imaginative world of books. She was instantly hooked. In addition to fantasy books, Peach’s publishing career includes participation in various anthologies featuring short stories, flash fiction, and poetry. She’s an avid supporter of the arts in her local community, organizing and publishing annual anthologies of Oregon prose, poetry, and photography. Peach lives in a log cabin amongst the tall evergreens and emerald moss of Oregon’s rainforest with her husband, two owls, a horde of bats, and the occasional family of coyotes.

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Blurb:

A healer with the talent to unravel death. A stillborn child brought to life. A father lusting for vengeance. And a son torn between justice, faith, and love. Caught in a chase spanning kingdoms, each must decide the nature of good and evil, the lengths they will go to survive, and what they are willing to lose.

A healer and dabbler in the dark arts of life and death, Barus is as gnarled as an ancient tree. Forgotten in the chaos of the dying queen’s chamber, he spirits away her stillborn infant and in a hovel at the meadow’s edge, breathes life into the wisp of a child. He names her Aster for the lea’s white flowers. Raised as his daughter, she, too, learns to heal death.

Denied a living heir, the widowed king spies from a distance. But he heeds the claims of the fiery Vicar of the Red Order—in the eyes of the Blessed One, Aster is an abomination, and to embrace the evil of resurrection will doom his rule.

As the king’s life nears its end, he defies the vicar’s warning and summons the necromancer’s daughter. For his boldness, he falls to an assassin’s blade. Armed with righteousness and iron-clad conviction, the Order’s brothers ride into the leas to cleanse the land of evil.

To save her father’s life, Aster leads them beyond Verdane’s wall into the Forest of Silvern Cats, a wilderness of dragons and barbarian tribes. Unprepared for a world rife with danger and unchecked power, a world divided by those who practice magic and those who hunt them, she must choose whether to trust the one man offering her aid, the one man most likely to betray her—her enemy’s son.

From best-selling fantasy author D. Wallace Peach comes a retelling of the legend of Kwan-yin, the Chinese Goddess of Mercy. Set in a winter world of dragons, intrigue, and magic, The Necromancer’s Daughter is a story about duty, defiance, cruelty, and sacrifice— an epic tale of compassion and deep abiding love where good and evil aren’t what they seem.

Greetings, Debby. This is the end of the tour! Thanks so much for welcoming me to your blog and spending the day with me.


I thought I’d finish up the tour talking about endings, specifically ending stories with hope. I think of my writing, in general, as leaning toward the dark side, reflecting my rather gloomy view of human beings and our inability as a species to make selfless choices and take care of each other. That said, no matter how much I make my characters suffer, no matter how much I tear away from them, I just can’t seem to end a story without a glimmer of hope. I just can’t do it.


Somehow, there’s always hope.


Reedsyblog includes hope as one of seven elements for a perfect ending and quotes Literary Agent Estelle Laure with the following statement: “You have to assume the character has gone through hell, so let them see something beautiful about the world that allows them to take a breath and step into the next adventure. Even your ending should leave your reader dying for more. They should close the book with a sigh, and that’s the best way I know how to get there. This is, after all, a cruel but wondrous life.”


I couldn’t have said it better. And I’m happy to report that The Necromancer’s Daughter ends with lots of hope.

D.G. – I am thrilled to be the closer on your blog tour Diana. I know your book is already a huge success, and below you will find my own review. I totally concur with what Reedsyblog says, even if the book is not a series or cliffhanger and it is well sewn up at the end, we want to be left, not only with satisfaction, but wondering what will become of those characters in the future, and a possibility the author may one day bring them back in a new story – a lingering taste in our minds. 💜

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My 5 Star Review:

I’m going to start this review by saying that fantasy is not my go-to genre, but being a big fan of Diana Peach’s writing, and the storyline of this book, I couldn’t wait to get my copy. I was engaged from the first page and felt it difficult every time I had to put down the book.

This is a story about good vs. evil. We are first introduced to Barus, as he works with his adoptive mother Olma in their rustic shack-like home making up magical concoctions to heal the sick in the wilderness in the village of White Leas, Verdane. Olma also has the gift of being a necromancer – bringing the dead back to life. Barus has yet to master this gift but is put to the test when the vicar of the Red Order bangs on their door demanding they save his dead son. But it’s too late to bring him back and the vicar beats up the already semi-crippled Barus and his mother and destroys their meager contents, vowing to come back to avenge them.

Later, Barus is summoned by the King of Verdane to save his almost still-born child and his wife, the queen. Their marriage was a blend of two kingdoms – Verdane, and the Princess of Blackrock. But the Red Order intervenes and vows the people won’t accept anyone brought back to life. The child is born dead, and left as forgotten, but Barus hides the stillborn under his cloak on his departure, and performs his first necromancer ritual to bring his now adopted daughter, Aster, back to life. In the meantime, the king becomes aware of Aster’s existence and keeps an eye on her from afar, until one day when he is aging and realizes he has no heirs, he goes to summon her to come back to his castle, but the ‘Red Order’ weren’t going to have any of that. This sets Aster fleeing her home with her father Barus whom she first finds a safe place for him to stay while she continues to flee through the icy cold forest of the Silvern Cats, east, to find the king of Blackrock Kingdom where her birth mother had come from.

Along her journey she meets some interesting people who help her on her journey – mainly, Joreh, ironically, the vicar’s son, who saved Aster from his own father’s evil edict, and Teko, a barbarian cutter from the forest, and they run into many perils along the journey of escorting Aster to Blackrock through the forest in dead of winter. The action and suspense is nonstop.

Aster has the gift of a gentler, as her birth mother did. She is able to tame dragons that typically attack others, and there is one in particular that shows up at the right times in her hours of need. She also learned the craft of necromancy from her adopted father, which quite often puts her in peril as she is called a witch who preforms evil, instead of being praised for giving back life.

The plot kept me glued as Aster travels through forests and cutters and dragons and evil-doers with her new-found friends and allies in her efforts to reach her uncle, the King of Blackrock, for safe harbor, and to acknowledge she is the lost daughter of the Princess of Blackrock. She must prove herself many times over to spare her life, which is threatened repeatedly in this riveting telling.

Her quest continues and has her journeying back to Verdane to gain her rightful place as queen and to find her beloved father Barus, and in so doing, she hopes to make peace between Verdane and Blackrock, and with the Catticuts in the forest in between the two lands, instead of the constant warring between them all. With her new friends Joreh, son of the evil Vicar of Verdane and the Red Order, and Teko from the Catticut forest tribe, it was an addictive read, hoping they make the journey back to the west, safely, and hoping Aster will be accepted as the rightful new queen.

This story will grab you from the beginning and will tug at your heart strings as you root for Aster and continue to hope that goodness will overtake the evil of greedy men and their ignorant beliefs. The emotion that Peach masters in this book jumps off the pages and had me tearing up through the last chapter, but I cannot tell you why. You will have to read for yourself.

Peach is a master fantasy story teller and world builder. In this book she brings in the two opposing elements of good and evil – Aster, the daughter of royalty with a healing gift, but considered witchery and not accepted, as necromancy is a black mark deemed evil by the actual evil people in her world. Peach can write about flawed characters and deplorables, yet bring out the human side in them. This book is a fast-paced plot that will keep you turning the pages and rooting for all the good people as the story unfolds and leaves us remembering the characters long after reading.

Find Diana on her Social Sites:

Amazon Author’s Page: https://www.amazon.com/D.-Wallace-Peach/e/B00CLKLXP8
Website/Blog: http://mythsofthemirror.com
Website/Books: http://dwallacepeachbooks.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Dwallacepeach

Links where to purchase The Necromancer’s Daughter:

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Barnes & Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-necromancers-daughter-d-wallce-peach/1142003172

Kobo: https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/the-necromancer-s-daughter-1

Apple: https://books.apple.com/us/book/the-necromancers-daughter/id6443278849

Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/1160370

©DGKaye2022

198 thoughts on “New Book Promotion for Diana Peach’s Hot #NewRelease – The Necromancer’s Daughter #Fantasy – Blog Tour

  1. Congratulations to Diana on her new book and this tour. I have it on my list and hope to get to it in the not-too-distant future. Thanks for the reminder! I agree with the comment about endings, although I think it depends on the genre. I prefer horror books and movies to end on a chilling note (and thrillers sometimes), but yes, great books with fabulous characters always make me wonder what will happen to them next. Thanks for sharing your review as well, Debby. It has helped push the book even higher up my long-ish reading list. -And good luck to Diana!♥

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    1. Thanks so much Olga. I’m thrilled my review was a bit of a push up the big fat Kindle Olga. Horror is just one genre even your great reviews couldn’t bring me to read. Lol. ❤

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    2. Thanks so much for stopping by Debby’s, Olga. That’s such an interesting note about preferring horror endings that are chilling. That’s a great point. I do like a chilling ending, but not TOO chilling. Lol. I hope that when the book climbs your list, you enjoy the read. Have a beautiful day.

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  2. That’s a great quote from the agent, Diana, and so true. I also prefer to end my stories with hope – I love happily ever afters.
    I tried pacing myself when reading Aster’s story, but sadly, much too soon, I was turning the last page. It’s a great read indeed, fascinating and captivating as well.

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    1. Thanks for the wonderful comment, Jina. I’m so honored that you read the book and I’m delighted that you enjoyed it. I don’t necessarily need a HEA, but I do like a bit of hope at the end, even with my grimmer books. I have your book waiting for me on my kindle and look forward to diving in. Thanks for stopping by Debby’s and starting my day with a smile. 😀

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    1. Thanks, Sally, for stopping by Debby’s on the final tour stop. I’m so ready for a nap! She pulled together a beautiful post and review and I’m humbly grateful. Have a gorgeous day, my friend.

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  3. This book is high on my list of to reads, Debby. Diana’s writing is captivating. As for you, fantasy is not my go-to genre, but Diana’s stories are more than just fantasy. Your review, as others have, convince me it’s not to be missed.

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    1. Thanks so much for the lovely comment, Norah. It’s a huge honor when someone steps outside of their usual genre to give a book a try. I’m delighted to be here at Debby’s and ending my tour on a high note. Happy Reading. ❤

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      1. To be honest, Norah, while there was so much tumult going on in my private life, I cherished the kindness and support of our community. In the moment, it was about the book, but it meant so much more. ❤

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  4. Lovely review, Deb, to be followed soon(ish) by my own – I finished this captivating tale a couple of days ago and haven’t managed to settle to anything other than short stories since. For me, that’s the sign of a book that has affected me at a deeper level than average.
    Congratulations on another winner, Diana.

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    1. Thank you so much, Deborah. I hadn’t realized that you picked up the book, and I’m honored. Delighted that you enjoyed it too. Thanks for stopping by Debby’s and for adding the icing to the cake. Have a lovely day and Happy Writing.

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  5. Good Morning, Debby, and thank you so much for having me over today to your blog for the end of my book tour. It’s the perfect time to talk about endings and hope. I’m finishing up the tour full of gratefulness for your support and the kindness of this wonderful community. Thank you for the lovely post and the beautiful review. Hugs ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤

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      1. It’s been a wild 2-months of touring, sharing blogger books and sites, and spreading the love. I couldn’t have thought of a better way to wrap it up than here with you. ❤

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    1. It was a long tour, Staci, but each stop was an opportunity to make new friends as well as introduce my hosts and their books to other bloggers. I liked that part the best. Thanks for swinging by Debby’s this morning and Happy Writing. 🙂

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by, Harmony, and for all your support along the way. I’m delighted to wrap up the tour with Debby and chill for a bit before starting on the next book. Ha ha. A writer’s work is never done. Have a lovely day, my friend. ❤

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    1. It’s been great fun, Laurie, and the best part was the wonderful connections with other bloggers as well as sharing blogs and books. And yes, the more converts we can make to fantasy, the better. 🙂 Have a great day, my friend.

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  6. Quite the tour and wrapping it up with the closer in you, Debby. One of my takeaways is how many of us, non-fantasy readers, make exceptions for Diana because the quality of her novels trumps all. It is reassuring to know that a book’s popularity ultimately comes down to the writing rather than some marketing hack.

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    1. Thanks for the great comment, Pete, and for your wonderful support along the way. Debby gave me the perfect last stop and a chance to talk about hope. And I’m delighted that I have left a few converts in my wake. Lol. Have a lovely day, my friend. 😀

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    1. Thanks for the visit, Noelle. Every one of my hosts has contributed something special to my tour, and the posts have been wonderfully fun and creative. It’s a delight to be here at Debby’s this morning and wrapping things up with her. Have a beautiful day, my friend. ❤

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    1. Thanks for swinging by Debby’s, Teri, and for all your support along the way. What a busy couple of months it’s been. It seemed appropriate to end the tour with hope and endings. Have a lovely day and Happy Writing. 🙂

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    1. Thanks for the wonderful comment, Colleen. What a whirlwind! Debby’s review made this a lovely ending to my tour. Thank you for starting me off two months ago and sticking with me to the end. That was kind of you. Huge hugs, my friend. ❤

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    2. Thanks Sis. Yes, I remember your lovely review. Everyone who has read Diana’s book had so much praise for it. I’m happy to be Diana’s bon voyage stop from her amazing blog tour. Hugs ❤ xx

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    1. Thanks for taking the time to swing by Debby’s place, Audrey, and for following along during the tour. And for hosting me, too, with your wonderful review. Endings seemed like a good place to end. 🙂 Have a lovely day and enjoy the sunshine we’re getting today. Hugs.

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by Debby’s, Priscilla. I had such a wonderful tour and Debby’s blog is a great place to wrap it up. It was so much fun and I’m grateful for your visits along the way. Have a beautiful day, my friend. And guess what’s waiting for me in my kindle? 🙂

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    1. Thank you so much for stopping by Debby’s place, Gwen. I feel well taken care of by this lovely blogging community these days. A post about hope and endings seemed like the perfect way to wrap up my tour. Have a gorgeous day, my friend. ❤

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  7. Such a wonderful introduction to Debby and the vast arena’s she plays in as a writer and now making podcast. I just listened to her intro which was so rich with honesty. She is a gifted speaker.
    Love her review on your book .. nice job Debby and nice to go out in lights for your final tour. May the light continue to infuse others with your gifts of writing and story telling at it’s best! 💗

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    1. Hi Cindy. Thank you so kindly for your lovely comments, and for visiting here, and for listening to one of my podcasts. You certainly made my day, as I know Diana will be elated to read too. Thanks again for your beautiful wishes. ❤

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      1. You’re so welcome Debby and I was happy to visit you and listen to your wonderful podcast. Oh I’m so happy to know that!! It was my pleasure and I’ll look forward to more of your posts. It was my pleasure❣️

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    2. Debby’s podcasts are wonderful, Cindy, aren’t they? So professional and personal at the same time. I’m delighted that you took a listen. And thanks for the infusion of light! That was wonderful, and I felt it warming up the day. Have a glorious, creative day, my friend.

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  8. A spot-on review and a wonderful last tour stop for Diana’s amazing book, Debby! I got to meet Diana in person when we were in Portland, and she is a delightful person! I am fascinated with her books and incredible storytelling, which makes sense, because I LOVE fantasy! Congratulations, Diana and thank you Debby, for sharing the love!

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    1. Hi Terri. Thanks for dropping by. And yes, I know – I saw the photo of you gals, and Miriam and Marsha – so jealous! Maybe one day I’ll get to that west coast again. Thanks for the kind words. Diana is an amazing writer for sure and I was thrilled to be part of her entourage. Hugs ❤ xx

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    2. Thanks for the wonderful comment, Terri. Our visit with blogging friends in Portland was a highlight of the season. I’m delighted and honored that you enjoyed my book and appreciate your review. Yay! Thanks for stopping by Debby’s post to celebrate the tour’s end. Hugs, my friend.

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  9. What a perfect way to end this blog tour, Diana. I sincerely hope you’ve seen a large measure of success from your efforts. I totally agree with you on endings. No matter what the characters have endured, I want them to have hope for something better to come. You did just that with this book. I loved every part of it! Thank you for sharing this amazing piece of work with us. Thank you, Debby, for hosting today! Hugs to you both!

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    1. Thanks so much for the wonderful comment, Jan. I can tell from your books that you enjoy endings that are hopeful, even Happily Ever After. It’s a great feeling to close a book and feel like the characters did well and that there are lighter days ahead. Thanks for joining in the final post over here at Debby’s. Hugs.

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  10. Thanks, Debby, for such a great post to close Diana’s blog tour. I’ll be sorry to see the end of the tour. I enjoyed reliving the story over and over as I read the reviews and blurbs on each post. I feel a bit let down that it’s over, but I’ll get over my withdrawal misery as soon as Diana writes her next book. Can’t wait. Meanwhile, if there is anyone out there who hasn’t bought this book, I feel sorry that you’re missing such a treat. But you can fix that by simply downloading it. Hours of great entertainment and reading satisfaction. Congratulations, Diana, on a job well done. Just think of all the people you’ve made happy with this book.

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    1. Hi Anneli. Thank you for all your kind words and your praise for Diana – I think we all feel the same. And if I know Diana, she’s already on the next hit! Also, I met you through visiting from Diana’s blog. ❤

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    2. You’re so kind, Anneli. Not only for your beautiful work on the book but for following along the tour and being consistently supportive. I can’t help but smile. It was a successful tour for the book, but the best part was visiting with friends and showing off their talents too. I’m delighted to be here at Debby’s today, and your comment put the icing on the cake. Hugs.

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      1. Thanks, Diana, but all the praise for your book, from your fans and from me, is well deserved. You can be proud of this book and your excellent writing of it. It’s been great meeting many of your followers along the tour, too. Wishing you lots of sales and positive feedback.

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    1. Thanks for sharing that with us Marje. As you may have noticed, there are a few of us writers who weren’t necessarily fantasty readers – until they tried Diana’s books. That’s some pretty high praise. Hugs ❤

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    2. Thanks so much for stopping by Debby’s, Marje. It seemed fitting to end the tour talking about hope and endings. It was two months of great fun, but I’m ready to “close the book.” Thanks for coming along for the ride, for your review, and for hosting me too. Hugs.

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  11. That’s a wonderful quote, about leaving the reader wanting more – ‘closing the book with a sigh’ – those are the BEST kinds of books, they leave such a lasting impact. Also, I love Diana’s idea of ending on hope. No matter what happens, humans strive for hope. Hope is what carries humanity, in my humble opinion, so it is so fitting that Diana’s characters have that glimmer of hope in spite of whatever they have been through.

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    1. I’m so glad you enjoyed the quote. It resonated with me too and felt validating since I can’t seem to write an ending that doesn’t include at least a glimmer of hope. Thanks for stopping by Debby’s to help celebrate the end of the marathon book tour! Have a beautiful November full of hope and happiness.

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  12. What a fabulous review, Debby, for the end of Diana’s tour that I have truly enjoyed following. I love this book, but like you, I was never a fan of fantasy until I met Diana. I’m sure she is absolutely thrilled and living on Cloud 9. Congratulations to Diana on a HUGE success! ❤️

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  13. Congrats on an amazing tour, Diana 🙂 I loved this story and the hope offered at the end! Thank you for hosting and sharing your great review, Debby xo

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    1. Thanks so much for swinging by Debby’s, Denise. I’ve had such a lovely tour with this book, and my hosts have been the best support anyone could ask for, including you. Thanks for checking our Debby’s review. Such a wonderful and hopeful ending. Have a beautiful day. ❤

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  14. What a great way to end this tour, Diana! I need the fiction I read to resolve in some way, even if it’s not a ‘happy’ ending. Closing on a note of hope is a very good way of resolving a story. 😀

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    1. I agree, Andrea. I don’t need a HEA but hope for a brighter day ahead feels real for me, and I find that relatable. Thanks so much for stopping by Debby’s to polish off the tour. Have a gorgeous Friday and weekend. Hugs.

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  15. What a way to end a fabulous book tour, with our special Debby and her great review. Diana, you are a wonderful lady and it’s great that Terri got to meet you. Your book sounds fabulous and like others, fantasy is not my go-to genre, but I will be reading Necromancer’s Daughter as soon as I can because of your writing and imagination. Many congratulations, Diana. 💕

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    1. Thanks so much UB for stopping by with your kind words. I’m happy to hear you are going to attempt the fantasy realm with Diana’s book. You will no doubts enjoy it very much as many of us non fantasy readers already have. Hugs my friend. ❤ xoxo

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    2. Thank you, Jane. What a wonderful comment. I’m delighted that you’ll give the book a try. I’m trying to get non-fantasy readers to test the waters, and this kind community has dived in with their lovely support. Debby’s review was the perfect closing for my tour. Have a lovely day and Happy Reading. ❤

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    1. Ha ha ha. It was a long tour, Robbie, and I need a long nap! But so fun and such a lovely community of bloggers, authors, and readers. I’m incredibly grateful for each one, including you. Have a beautiful day and weekend ahead. Happy Reading. Hugs.

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  16. Congratulations to you on the big 5 of a terrific review, Diana! What a wonderful celebration and a big bang for your successful tour. I agree with you that the emotion that Diana masters in this book jump off the pages, Debby! Thank you for sharing your review and hosting Diana! ❤

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    1. Thanks so much for the wonderful comment, Miriam. I’ve been feeling all the love and kindness of our happy blogging community these last few days. All along the tour really. It was a joy to end here on Debby’s blog and talk a little about hope in our stories. Have a wonderful afternoon and slide into the weekend, my friend. Hugs.

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    1. So wonderful to see your name pop up, Tina. I’m grateful for all the kindness and support coming my way. It extends way beyond a book tour and I’m honored and touched. The tour was great fun and ending on Debby’s beautiful site was just right. I hope you’re well, my friend. Have a lovely weekend. ❤ ❤

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    1. Awww. Thanks, Jacquie. I’m cynical most of the time, but then people do something and my hope for humanity soars. Hope continues to be a force, doesn’t it? Your comment is so kind that I feel downright teary! Have a beautiful weekend, my friend. ❤ ❤

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  17. This has been a fabulously successful tour Diana. Congratulations on your brilliant book, every word delights, every page a turner. Thanks Debby for the wonderful review and being Diana’s final stop! Congratulations to a community of writers who so generously support each other. Gives me the chills. Hugs to all, C

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by, Cheryl, and for the bunch of congrats. More than anything else, I’ve been touched by the amazing support and kindness of this community. Debby’s had me over to her blog twice, so an extra shout-out to her! Her blog was the perfect way to end the tour. Have a great Sunday, my friend. ❤

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  18. Well, I partly didn’t finish the book because I didn’t want it to end. Though I loved and was immersed in my copy, tightly reading the first half. I could tell that the Joreh stuff was about to get really good, so I paused. Also, I got very busy. Now that I know the ending is hopeful, I will go ahead and finish it. In about a week, I’ll also have more time as I’m finishing up something “big” too. I do know that Necromancer’s Daughter will have me yen for more. I enjoy a good healer’s story and the tragic gifts and flawed characters are all part of the lure for me. Well done, Diana 🙂 DGKaye, you did a marvelous job here with the ending of the tour. Closure isn’t easy! x Your own books look really good. I’ll have to get them.

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    1. Hi Ka. Thank you so much for dropping by and leaving your lovely comment for both Diana and myself. I am touched. And so glad you are now inspired to finish Diana’s book. I think you can tell from the so many amazing reviews and non-fantasy converts, how much every single person who has read it, has enjoyed it. Good luck on your big project. ❤

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    2. Ha ha. Yes, the book ends well, Ka. Nothing to worry about. There’s love and peace and hope. It’s safe to finish, and I hope it leaves you with a smile. Thank you so much for your visits along the tour and for your kind comments about the story. Debby’s blog was a wonderful place to bring the tour to a close, and I couldn’t be more grateful for all the support of this community. Thanks for being a part of it. Hugs.

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  19. A wonderful review. The entire post is great.
    What a fab place for Diana to wind up her blog tour. I never saw anything like this blog tour. I think Diana is a Blog Star! xx to both of you! oo

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