Today I begin a 3-week virtual book tour, organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. In addition to promoting Eolyn, I’ll be doing interviews and writing guest posts about writing, publishing, and life in general. The tour includes a $15 Amazon/B&N gift card giveaway. Visit any blog on the tour, and you can enter for a chance to win.
Once a week, on Mondays, I’ll post links to all the tour stops for that week, along with a brief description of my posts and/or key phrases from interviews. This week’s list is posted below. I hope you will be able to visit me at some of these sites; it’s going to be a lot of fun!
In other news, BookViral posted its spotlight on Eolyn just last Friday. They called it “a splendidly imagined tale that neatly sidesteps the stereotypical offerings relied on by much of the genre”. I was really happy to receive such a glowing endorsement. You can view the full spot light on BookViral.
Also – it’s official! The paperback edition of Eolyn will be released on May 1, 2016, and is available for pre-order now!
Now, without further ado, here’s the blog tour schedule for this week:
April 18: We kick off the tour with an interview at the blog of Christine Young. Learn how Gioconda Belli, with her memoir of the Sandinista revolution, inspired me in the writing of Eolyn.
April 19: When I was a little girl, I had dream that started my journey as a writer. Find out what that dream was in my interview with the SolaFide Book Club.
April 20: I write to keep sane. How about you? Join the conversation about all the reasons why we write at Kit ‘N Kabookle.
April 21: I didn’t know much about fantasy as a genre when I started writing, but I’ve come to love it as a never-ending journey of discovery. Share all the reasons you like fantasy at Long and Short Reviews.
April 22: We finish this week’s installment of the tour at The Reading Addict, where I talk about why I consider dance a form of magic.
Also, April 22 is EARTH DAY, and I will be celebrating with a very special surprise for friends and followers of Eolyn! Stop by later this week to find out more…