Blog Tour and Giveaway: The Big Empty by Ritch Gaiti

August 20, 2013

          Today officially starts The Big Empty Blog Tour. Don’t miss out the event because is full of surprises about the book and the author as well. You will get to see people’s opinions about the book and get the chance to read a couple of sneak peeks. You will also get to know the author because some of the blogs around here will be posting interviews and guest posts of Ritch Gaiti.
          Also don’t forget to enter the Giveaway with daily entries for a chance to win The Big Empty paperback and a $10 Amazon Gift Card.
          There will be a total of three winners so there are plenty of chances to win.

Don’t forget to follow the author:

And don’t forget to follow the hosts and check out all the surprises:

August 20 - Amina Black [Introductory Post]
August 21 - Printre Pagini [Review]
August 22 - The Simple Things in Life [Interview]
August 23 - Raven Reviews [Guest Post]
August 24 - Christine’s Blog [Excerpt]
August 25 - Nervi de Toamna [Review]
August 26 - The Peers of Beinan [Interview]
August 27 - Musings from an Addicted Reader [Excerpt]
August 28 - Beagle Book Space [Excerpt]
August 29 - Lost to Books [Guest Post]
August 30 - Mom With a Kindle [Interview]
August 31 - Pink Fluffy Hearts [Guest Post]
September 1 - Amina Black [Review]
September 2 - Bianca2b [Review]

About the book:
A gritty lawyer uncovers an ancient conspiracy and the betrayal of a man and a nation. A thriller mystery of treachery, trust and redemption.
 . . .
Every instinct I had told me to get out but I couldn’t, not now. This simple case would trigger repercussions that would unnerve the city, maybe the country. I was about to open doors that had been nailed shut for a lifetime. And the only path to the truth was through a labyrinth of deceit. I trusted no one, not even myself. My stomach tightened.
The ten years had slipped by like a century.  I never thought I’d see New York again and now I find myself buried in its bowels, unsure of what I was after—but I knew I had to find it. I snaked through the city bureaucracy, historical landmarks and some of the most prominent properties in the city, all intricately linked. Nothing fit, yet everything connected and answers only bred more questions. Somehow it had all been mysteriously tied back to me.
I ventured into the darkest tunnel of all, my own.  I realized then why I was chosen—why I had been the only one that could find this elusive document.  Deep within a maze of deceptions and betrayals, I uncovered a massive conspiracy among the most esteemed organizations in the world—and the truth that had sent my life into a tailspin ten years ago was far from true. Suddenly, this seemingly routine assignment suddenly had enormous stakes and consequences. Now it was up to me to mend an ancient injustice and the fate of an entire culture.
About the Author:

Ritch Gaiti is an author, an artist and a former Wall Street Executive. He focuses on a wide range of subjects and genres: from drama to suspense to humor; from fiction to non-fiction. His first book, Points, Women Have Them, Men Need Them, was a humorous relationship book. Afterwards, sticking with humor, he wrote Tweet, a fictional satire on consumerism and the advertising industry. Recently, Tweet has been optioned for a feature film. His last book, Dutching the Book, a fictional drama based on real people and events, delivers an absorbing story about horse racing and gambling in 1960’s Brooklyn.
Ritch has also written articles for magazines, including Private Wealth, Tango and Balance magazines and has been featured on national TV and radio, including a guest appearance on the Today Show, opposite Joan Rivers.
In addition to writing, Ritch is a recognized artist who exhibits regularly in galleries and museums across the country. His portfolio can be viewed on: He is also recreational pilot and enjoys tennis and skiing.

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