I also welcome tour stops so if your book is touring contact me and I can gladly offer a stop. If History is your thing please contact me as I can offer other venues to feature your work. BEST CONTACT firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi! Thanks for the welcome! I'm a first time published author of a coming of age, Supernatural Fantasy. I self published through Author House and have been actively promoting(minus book signings) since it was released on June 5th. I'd love to get to know a few people and chat.
Thanks so much for the welcome! Currently I'm in the throes of finishing up a book (hope to have it out by August 1), but when I'm done I'll be checking out your blog and seeing how things work around here.
Nice videos! Yes, I do enjoy history, but I have not written a history book yet. Maybe sometime in the future. Your work looks very interesting and I will keep you in mind when I do a book tour. I just published my two books. I look forward to learning more about what you do. Thanks for the invite. My main blog is http://www.gelise1.wordpress.com. I write five others as well:
Great to meet you here, thanks so much for your message. I'm currently promoting my first historical novel, EVANGELINE: The Seer of Wall St. Perhaps we can work together sometime. Until then...Best to you, Clint
I'm wondering if it was Christoph Fischer's blog... I always read his reviews. Definitely not erotica. I'm useless at it and even reading it is not my cup of tea. I'm hoping to get organised enough to put something together for the third book in the series (the first is being published on the 26th this month, the second the 15th of July and the third the 30th). I'll add you to my list of authors to feature. I have regular posts on Fridays with new books and authors. This month I've been inundated with blog tours but I'm sure next month things be a bit calmer.
And of course, if you have anything special coming up I'm always happy to move things around or do a special post.
I'm back to my correcting. Thanks so much for the welcome
Thanks so much for the welcome Catalina. I remember reading about your book before (I think we have common blogger friends and I can see you know Sally Cronin). I'm also happy to take place in blog tours, etc, and feature books and writers in my blog often. I'm about to publish a trilogy (well, 6 books, 3 in English and 3 in Spanish) so I'm rushed off my feet but hope to spend a bit more time here when that's done.
Hi Catalina, I appreciate your support and advice. My second novel, From the Shores of Eternity, is a historical fiction novel about the Irish Potato famine and subsequent forced emigration from their homeland. I will be happy to share if interested. Both of my novels are available on Amazon, paper and kindle, CreateSpace, and the other usual suspect.
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