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Blog tours bring in a few sales, but it's more about gaining reviews and exposure. I use Orangeberry, but there are several. Some charge and some don't. It's a little more difficult to get into one that doesn't charge…"
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Magic By Moonlight by D.L. Cocchio ( a shameless plug)
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D. L. Cocchio has enjoyed writing stories since she was a child and is the author of two books, who enjoys reading, writing, and crafts. She is fascinated by all things mystical and magical. Her first novel, Be Careful What You Wish For, was published in 2003. Her second novel, Magic By Moonlight was released in 2011. So You Wanna Read Tarot? is Cocchio's third book released in 2012. Cocchio has a degree in Psychology and a certificate in Education. She is an elementary school teacher and author. Debbie lives in N.J. with her husband, Gary and daughter, Jen and their black and white cat named Peyton.
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Blog tours bring in a few sales, but it's more about gaining reviews and exposure. I use Orangeberry, but there are several. Some charge and some don't. It's a little more difficult to get into one that doesn't charge for obvious reasons. You can organize one yourself for your own books, too. I've thought of that, but I don't have enough time to write as it is... Anyway, it ends the 29th, so I'll let you know more then.
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