Oliver Kaufman - The Windless Echo - Virtual Book Tour

Short Stories, Fiction

Date Published: January 20, 2017

The Windless Echo is a collection of stories that delve into the minds and feelings of characters as they struggle to resolve, understand, and uncover the realities of their experiences.

Joy and emptiness, rest and effort, meaning and madness - these and other themes weave their way into the tales and the problems these characters seek to unravel.

Contents: 18 Short stories, 178 6''x9'' pages, ~62k words.

Preview on Amazon contains the first story, "The Ashen Heart", and 3/4 of the second, "The Woodchopper's Son".

Two of the stories, "The Woodchopper's Son" and "The Prisoner of the Ashen Lake", have been put into audio form, read by the author, and can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLw9MjSFObAc2D1Jwi-JOIZ7ZiJtzZ6iUl

Virtual Book Tour - July 2 - July 14

July 2 - RABT Book Tours - Kick Off

July 2 - Mythical Books - Guest Post

July 3 -

July 4 -

July 5 -

July 6 - Lins Perspective - Review

July 7 - Just Us Book Club - Spotlight

July 8 - Chosen By You Book Club - Excerpt

July 9 - Quiet Fury Books - Interview

July 10 -

July 11 -

July 12 -

July 13 -

July 14 - RABT Reviews - Wrap Up

Oliver Kaufman is an author and the founder of theworldwithin.org, a website dedicated to self-awareness, self-healing, growth, and the exploration of one’s own inner, conscious world. He currently lives in Redmond, Washington, in the US.

Contact Information

Website: http://www.oliverkaufman.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/oliver.kaufman.7

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Oliver_Kaufman

Blog: http://www.theworldwithin.org/

Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/theworldwithin/

Purchase Links

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01NAVOT7O

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