With the tour wrapping up today, I’d like to give a big thank you to all the book bloggers and reviewers who’ve given up the time to help me, especially tour organiser, Rachel. @rararesources, at Rachel’s Random Resources.
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The penultimate day of my book tour! There’s still much I want to tell you about the book, but I don’t want to ruin the plot. My guest post goes a little way to anwer some of those questions about the story, but not too much I hope.
Do you need to read a passage to help you make up your mind? I know when I’m looking at books on Amazon I wish I could see inside, and not just the opening chapters. When I’m in a bookshop, I thumb through a paperback and pick a few pages at random to get a feel for the writing. It’s not the same on a Kindle. So today if you’re following my blog tour, you’ll get a chance to read an extract of The Last Thing She Said.
Today I’m visiting some wonderfully named book bloggers. I would like to think my book is devilishly delicious, especially as it opens with a chocolate birthday cake and a quirky ritual involving blowing out a solitary candle.
Once again I’m off gallivanting around the country, and the world. I’m taking my book, The Last Thing She Said, to The Netherlands, Ohio, where part of the book is set, and Bristol, where I happily lived for several years as a student.
I’m excited that my book, The Last Thing She Said, has managed to cross not one sea, but two. I’m visiting Europe and America. A big thanks to these book bloggers and reviewers for take the time to review and host my book.
A few chapters of the book are set in the farming communities of Ohio, so I’m intrigued what readers over in the US think of my portrayal of rural life.
I’m excited to be setting out today on a book tour featuring The Last Thing She Said. It’s a seven day amble, taking in book bloggers and reviewers, and I’m delighted they have offered to host me on their websites. A big thank you to everyone helping me promote my new book.
I’m delighted to announce that The Women of Heachley Hall has gone on tour! You can read an extract, reviews, author interviews and participate in a draw to win a free copy of the book. All you need to his visit one or more of these blogs over the next few days!
Are you a little impatient? Or restless? That’s me sometimes. I’m either very impulsive in my reasoning or alternatively hesitant, holding back just in case I’ve missed something important. Waiting for proofs to arrive and reviewers to review is clearly testing my patience, but I know this is all part of the wonderful world of publishing. I just need to keep focused on writing the next book – that’s my job.
As a writer, I naturally want my book to be read. I’m also a reader. I do most of my reading in bed in the evening and go to sleep with words folding themselves into my dreams.
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