Well friends, it’s finally done. My first blog book tour has reached the point where I can post a schedule. Check it out and join me. Let’s have some fun with this.
VIRTUAL BOOK TOUR SET:
Remember, this is just like a book signing in a bookstore, only much easier. You can sit at home, as can I, saving gas and lots of energy in this warm weather.
Copy and paste the schedule in your computer. Each day link to the blog that is hosting that day, enjoy the post, then leave a comment. Why leave a comment? Because at the end of the tour the name of everyone who leaves a thoughtful comment will be placed in a drawing. Four winners will each get an autographed copy of the book of their choice from the two I’m promoting. One lucky winner of the four will also receive a silver and turquoise ring from New Mexico. So don’t forget to read and comment each day beginning July 21 through July 31. We’ll hold the drawing August 4 and the winners will be posted on my blog. Winners will have to contact me with their snail mail address so I can send their book . . . and don’t forget that beautiful silver and turquoise ring.
Here’s the schedule:
July 21 — http://emilybryan.wordpress.com An Interview with the author
July 22 — http://suzannewoodsfisher.blogspot.com History of photography
July 23 — http://marshaward.blogspot.com Writing the Historical fiction/nonfiction
July 24 — http://gwynramsey.blogspot.com History of Women in Photography
July 25 — http://reihlife.blogspot.com A photo array of New Mexico
July 26 — http://vbrotherton.blogspot.com Where Do Ideas Come From?
July 27 — Sunday Take the day off
July 28 — http://marynidasmith.blogspot.com Dance at the Sagebrush Inn, Taos
July 29 — http://lindacapple.blogspot.com Edna’s story/Fly With The Mourning Dove
July 30 — To be announced John Dunn Intrepreneur of New Mexico
July 31 — http://communityoftheland.blogspot.com Interview with the author
There will be links aplenty and both historical and contemporary photos illustrating scenes in the books, so join me next week. And anyone with questions can ask them. I’ll show up late in the afternoon to peruse comments.