I’m on a blog tour

by | Dec 7, 2011 | Book review, Events, Memoir, Musings, News, Reversible Skirt | 2 comments

I’m not ready to post this week’s story yet, but in the meantime, I thought I’d post the links to the blog tour I’m doing right now. It began Mon., Dec. 5 and will end Fri. Dec. 16.

Here’s where I’ve been so far:

As The Pages Turn: http://asthepagesturn.wordpress.com/2011/12/05/spotlight-on-reversible-skirt-by-laura-mchale-holland/

Divine Caroline:  http://www.divinecaroline.com/49804/120622-interview-author-laura-mchale-holland

Inky Blots:  http://www.inkyblots.com/pick-up-your-pen-by-guest-author-laura-mchale-holland/

Live to Read:  http://livetoread-krystal.blogspot.com/

Here’s where I expect to be the rest of this week and next week:

Thursday, December 8th
Guest Post at Book Spark: http://www.book-spark.blogspot.com/

Friday, December 9th
Book Trailer at If Books Could Talk:  http://bookvideos.wordpress.com/

Monday, December 12th
Interview at The Examiner:  http://www.examiner.com/publishing-in-virginia-beach/interview-with-laura-mchale-holland-author-of-reversible-skirt

Tuesday, December 13th
Interview at Literarily Speaking  http://literarilyspeaking.net/

Wednesday, December 14th
Radio Interview at Pump Up Your Book  http://www.pumpupyourbook.com/

Thursday, December 15th
Review and Giveaway at Radiant Light http://www.frommipov.blogspot.com/

Friday, December 16th
Interview at Paperback Writer http://rebecca2007.wordpress.com/

There’s going to be some kind of interaction at the Pump Up Your Book Facebook page for all the authors who decided to do this holiday season tour special on the 16th. I’ll provide more details on that next week.

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  1. Robin Leigh Morgan



    For some reason the moment I read this it reminded me of the first two lines of
    “Hey Look Me Over”


    Hey look me over
    Lend me your ear

    Hoping to be in your shoes one day.

  2. admin

    Thanks, Robin Leigh. “Hey look me over …” that gave me a good chuckle.

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