Virtual Book Tour Puts God on Trial
American literary cubist, Mohamed Mughal, will participate in an international virtual book tour for his novel, Resolution 786, in March 2010. The novel’s plot includes a trial of God for crimes against humanity.
Tour stops include Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States. The following blogs are hosting the tour:
21-23 March 2010, “Onions and Tea” by Inna Selipanov, Germany, http://www.onionsandtea.blogspot.com
22-24 March 2010, “Not-quite-
23-25 March 2010, “Another Writer’s Life” by Austin Camacho, United States, http://ascamacho.blogspot.com
The author will answer up to three questions from visitors at each blog during the dates noted above. The first participant to ask a question at each blog receives a free signed copy of Resolution 786.
When asked about the book tour, Mughal said, “The tour has three blog hosts. These three people collectively represent three countries, three religions, three races and both genders. What could be more appropriate for a novel whose central character is a Jewish Muslim? I couldn’t be happier with the tour’s geographic and theological inclusivity. It’s a celebration of and a testament to the multi-variant beauty of the human race.”
Additional information on Mohamed Mughal and on Resolution 786 can be found at www.goodreads.com and amazon.com. The author maintains a web-site and blog at www.mohamedmughal.com and has a fan page on Facebook.
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About Mohamed Mughal: Mohamed Mughal is an American of Indian heritage, born in Africa and raised in Maryland. He has a B.S. in Chemical Engineering, a M.S. in Engineering Management and a PhD in Public Policy and is a former U.S. Army Commissioned Officer. Mohamed published his debut novel, Resolution 786, in January 2008. Learn more on Mohamed's Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/
Page Updated Last on: Mar 08, 2010