I’m sprinkling Sandwich, with a Side of Romance throughout the blogosphere this month! Well, I did that last month too, but it continues throughout this month as well.
One of the things my publisher set up is a blog tour at pumpupyourbooks.com. Every weekday between now and the end of the month, Sandwich will take a trip to a different blog!
Most of these are book reviews, some are book giveaways, and others are guest posts.
I’ve also added an events tab on my blog that shows you all the other Sandwich stops!
You’ll notice that it includes a few FUN things like a stop at Melissa Tagg’s place today and a sandwich blog party on Friday at Casey’s place, and a guest post at Lisa Jordan’s place next week.
Now online appearances I can do.
In person ones… on the other hand… are quite gulp-worthy!
My first two “appearances” are this month and to say I’m nervous is an extreme understatement.
I’ll be at the Southern Festival of Books in Nashville on Friday, October 12th along with two fabulous authors, Julie Cantrell (author of Into the Free) and Julie Cannon (Author of Twang.)
And while I’m waiting for final details, I’m tentatively scheduled for my first in-store book-signing at Lifeway Cool Springs on Saturday, October 20th during Lifeway Fiction Days.
I’m nervous just typing that!
*deep breathe in paper bag breaths*
Anyway, I decided to blog about my sprinkles today so I don’t bombard you throughout the month with sandwich stuff.
I’ll save future reminders for my Facebook author page, so if you want reminders, get thyself to Facebook!
OH! And someone mentioned that it’s been a while since I’ve given you a “princess” update… and I totally agree!!!
Friday will be princess filled, I promise!
Now, time to get the princess up from nap so we can go see our heart friend, Anna Reese, then go to feeding therapy. Fun times, Fun times!
DISCUSSION: I recently asked on my author Facebook page, and thought I’d ask here too… if you were to walk into a bookstore and see an author “signing” books… would you mosy on over to check it out or take a wide angle around to avoid making eye contact?
If you’re a “keep my distance” kinda person, is there anything that would convince you to change your mind?