Monday, August 13, 2012

Indie Author Interviews on Blog Talk Radio

Thrilled to be doing this as a part of the Orangeberry Summer Splash Book Tour.

Check it out (and I don't charge extra for my horrible eastern North Carolina accent!)

Saturday, August 11, 2012

Upcoming Tour Dates

This tour continues. I'm having a blast getting to know some fellow writers. You can check it out on Twitter under the hash tags #OBSummer #Books/

Below are dates where I'll be doing virtual blog tours and "twitter" views.

I'll be promoting my new novel, "Ten Thousand New Year's Eves."

Genre - Contemporary / Literary Fiction (PG)

15th August - Twitter View with Pandora Poikilos
16th August - Author Interview at My Seryniti
17th August - Twitter Blast with Pandora Poikilos

28th August - Guest Post at We Fancy Books
29th August - Author Interview at The Book Connoisseur
30th August - Book Feature at Peace from Pieces

31st August - Ford 99 at Mommy Adventures

Friday, August 10, 2012

FREE books

As a part of the Orangeberry Summer Splash book tour. #OBSummer #Books

I am having some of my books for free.

Leaving the Comfort Cafe will be free Aug 10-12 and my latest book, Ten Thousand New Year's Eves, the RE-Edited version (it had some format issues and someone spotted some typos that somehow got through--- I sent it out to be professionally re- edited---) will be free every Saturday in August.

Check out some of the way cook writers on the Orangeberry Book Tour.

Monday, August 6, 2012

Book as a haiku?

As a part of this Orangeberry Summer Splash virtual book tour (and a chance to win a free Kindle, btw---if you are on Twitter, hash tags are #OBSummer #Books) one of the participating authors had the great idea of summarizing one of our books in a haiku (three-line Japanese poetry form of 5-7-5 syllables.)

 Brilliant idea---I decided to give it a try for my novel I'm promoting, "Ten Thousand New Year's Eves."

 The world explodes with
 color in strange places, I
 look up; no one sees 

 It's much harder than it looks, and I'm still not thrilled with my version. There are a lot of other great haikus at his site:
 David Cooper books: