Monday, October 29, 2012

My ongoing blog tour.

I haven't blogged these past few days. Partly because I'm engulfed in the re-write of the Embarkment novellas, and partly because I'm on a blog tour. After a few stops it's hard to find new things to say. It's fun though, and I like the tours through Bewitching Book Tours because they take me to places and new people I'd never find on my own. If you want to check out the stops this far, I've been here:

  • October 22, Guest Blog at Day Dreaming Book Reviews
  • October 23, Guest blog with Melissa Stevens
  • October 24, Guest blog at Avril's blog
  • October 24, Spotlight at Books Amour
  • October 25, Guest blog with Paranormal Romantic Suspense
  • October 26, Spotlight at Reginamayross's Blog
  • October 27, Interview at the Creatively Green Write at Home Mom
  • October 29, Interview at Sugarbeat's Books

  • Upcoming stops are:

  • October 31, Interview with Michelle @ Mom with a Kindle
  • November 1, Guest Blog at Lisa's World of Books
  • November 2, Promo at SmartMouthTexan
  • November 2, Spotlight at
  • November 5, Guest Blog with Sarah Ballance
  • November 5, Review of Undercover by Storm Goddess Book Reviews

  • If you ever want to have an author - not just me - as a guest on your blog, just ask. Most of us are delighted to visit.

    Today is an exciting day, by the way. I'm recording a podcast interview, and I'm a little nervous. Recording interviews on the phone is not a good idea when one suffers from fear of phones, LOL. (Long story, I'll tell that some other time.) I guess it's good to take on tasks outside one's comfort zone, and this will be one of them. I'll get back with info on where the interview is posted, so you can hear my random babble.

    For other news, I have something from Stephenia H. McGee scheduled for Halloween. Come back on Wednesday and read a spooky excerpt from her book. =)

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