About the Book - About the Author - Prizes!!!Welcome to another exciting publishing house spotlight tour from Novel Publicity. Join us as three new titles from Luminis Books--we're calling them the Luminis Triplex Tour-tour the blogosphere in a way that just can't be ignored. And, hey, we've got prizes! About the prizes: Who doesn't love prizes? You could win either of two $25 Amazon gift cards, an autographed copy of Along the Wayby Vallie Lynn Watson, or an autographed copy of its tour mates, The Possibility of Snowby Al Riske, or Entrevoir by Chris Katsaropoulos. Here's what you need to do...
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website. Luminis Books was launched in January, 2010 by husband and wife team Tracy Richardson and Chris Katsaropoulos with a mission to publish thought-provoking literary fiction for children and adults. We publish what we love: Meaningful Books That Entertain. Our award-winning books engage and inform readers and explore a wide range of topics from love and relationships, teen sexual assault and homelessness to string theory, consciousness, and the Universal Energy Field. Luminis Books is a proudly independent publisher located in Carmel, IN.
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There are moments where you come across a book that leaves you with a sense of peace and serenity. Along the Way is that book.
Along the Way showcases friendship, love and self worth beautifully. I found myself completely sucked into the journeys of each and every character.
While reading this book, you get to explore the lives of three different people. I loved having all three points of views, and getting to know each character separately. Their personalities really showed through as the story went on. You will most definitely relate to these girls, and the things they deal with.
Dani – the shy bookworm, looking to breakout of her shell.
Piper – a girl who has so much built anger from not having a stable mother in her life, but tries to find a way to forgive and be happy.
Tessa – a hopeless romantic, looking to find real love like her grandparents, but also trying to find love within herself.
One of my favorite things about this story, was the people they all met. All ranging from different races, genders and ages. It was so inspiring to see how these strangers impacted their lives, possibly for the long run.
In 33 days, these girls go through much more than they had planned. It wasn’t smooth sailing, it was hard, and together they concurred something most people can't. They found themselves and each other. I not only admire them, but anyone else who has taken on this incredible walk.
Yes, somethings were left unsaid, but I think that was the point. You learn from the characters that it’s all about living in the present, that in time, things will fall into place.
Overall, this is a story I would want many people to read. You will laugh, swoon and hopefully take something from this, I know I did. Even though I haven’t physically walked the Camino de Santiago, through Jacqueline’s writing, it felt like I was doing it along with them.
This quote was my absolute favorite!