Dec. 3, 2012
-- Folsom, USA—Walker Author Tours brings another great author to the attention of the reading public via a virtual book tour: Noor: A Champion Thoroughbred’s Unlikely Journey from California to Kentucky
. This is a four-week-long online book blog tour is for Milt Toby’s engrossing history of one of the greatest unsung racehorses. This book tour will include stops at an assortment of book blogs all over the internet where readers will find reviews, author interviews, excerpts from the book, and guest blog posts by veteran journalist and author Milt Toby. Virtual book tours are the wave of the twenty-first century, providing a convenient and entertaining way to discover the latest books and learn about their authors.
The Noor book tour will run from December 3rd through December 14th and from January 14th through January 25th of 2013. This book is a fascinating history of a spectacular horse, and it is sure to appeal to horse racing fans and horse lovers of all types.
About Noor: A Champion Thoroughbred’s Unlikely Journey from California to Kentucky
In Noor: A Champion Thoroughbred’s Unlikely Journey from California to Kentucky
, award-winning turf writer Milton C. Toby recounts the story of Noor, an Irish-bred import which became a worthy successor to Seabiscuit for owner Charles S. Howard. Noor defeated Triple Crown winner Citation four times in 1950, setting three world records in the process, and he probably should have been voted Horse of the Year.Noor: A Champion Thoroughbred’s Unlikely Journey from California to Kentucky
artfully mixes the story of a magical year from racing’s golden era with one woman’s inspiring journey to preserve the memory of a long-forgotten champion.
To find out more about Noor: A Champion Thoroughbred’s Unlikely Journey from California to Kentucky
, its author, and the tour, visit the tour page on the Walker Author Tours website at http://services.authorjennwalker.com/noor-virtual-book-tour/
. The site includes links to the various book blogs involved in the tour. Updates and additional info will be posted on the Facebook event page. All are invited to follow along.