Wednesday, November 07, 2012

Blog Tour Coming Up

I was delighted with the response to my request for bloggers willing to review Tea and Trouble Brewing.  Eighteen of them!

So, starting this Sunday, I'll be directing you (almost) every day to a stop on the TATB Blog Tour.

Each blogger will not only review the book but will host a giveaway.  So the more of these blogs you visit, the greater your chances of winning.

And with all of these blogs, you'll want to stick around and read a bunch of previous posts after you enter the giveaway.  Lots of good writing represented here!

Here's the list:

November 11-- Amanda Bird at Birds' Books
November 12 --Jan Pierce at Words for the Journey
November 13 --Gabrielle Marcy at Project Paperie
November 14 --Miriam Iwashige at Prairie View
November 15-- Darcy Miller at Ittybitty Blog
November 16-- Crystal Kupper at Crystal's Cliffnotes
November 17-- Lydia Jo Martin at Lydia Jo Photography
 (day of rest)
November 19-- Rhonda Schrock at Rhonda Schrock's Blog
November 20-- LeAnn McAnulty at W.L.E.N Musings
November 21-- Beverly Silver at Treasured Up and Pondered
November 22-- Luci Martin at Quiet Hearts (I got a Canadian to post on our Thanksgiving)
November 23-- Mary Ann Yutzy at Buckeye Girlie
November 24-- Anita Yoder* at Tis a Gift to Receive 
 (another day of rest)
November 26-- Mary Ann Kinsinger at A Joyful Chaos
November 27-- Mark Roth at Ain't Complicated
November 28-- Kim Martin at Sweaters 4 u 2
November 29-- Bethany Eicher at About My Father's Business
November 30-- Christine Weaver at Shall Run and Not Be Weary

*Anita lives in Poland so she might not do the giveaway quite like the others.

Quote of the Day:
"The giveaway makes me laugh because I remember when I first started blogging and I wondered What in the world giveaways had to do with blogging.  I still don’t really know the answer to that.  But I think you will like this one.  I’m excited about doing it."
--Luci at Quiet Hearts 
[I'm not sure either how that connection came about, but it's quite effective to connect readers and books.]

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