Wednesday, 19 October 2016


Good morning bookisk darlings,
Hope you guys are ready to host the lovely Susan Barton and her new book Emotional Paramedics? It's going to be a lot of bookish fun. You see, on this stop we'll be shining a spotlight on the novel (I really like the cover, by the way), followed by character interviews and a guest post. You don't want to miss it so stay tuned!
 See all the details on the banner on the right and enjoy the rest of the tour.

• Paperback: 200 pages
• Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (August 7, 2016)
• Language: English
• ISBN-10: 1536960322
• ISBN-13: 978-1536960327


August Gallagher is a sweet and intelligent Brooklyn girl just trying to find her place in the world during the turbulent 1960s. Unfortunately, her mother Alis doesn't make things easy for her. Bad choices, poor parenting and abusive men create chaos at every turn. Yet, through it all, August reluctantly remains a devoted daughter and continues to be Alis's emotional paramedic. 

Along the way, August finds friendship, romance and makes a few dangerous enemies. When Alis hits rock bottom, August is forced to come to terms with the fact that it's finally time to cut the dysfunctional cord to save herself from Alis's emotional grasp. This is wonderful coming-of-age story that will appealto a wide variety of readers. 

*This book deals with serious social issues. It includes some strong language and mature situations. It isrecommended for readers 17 and up. 

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Susan Barton is an author, book promoter, marketer and coach. Susan has written several non-fiction and fiction books with several more books in the works. She currently resides in North Texas with her husband and their two dogs. She invites readers to connect with her via her website and on social media: