Archive for April, 2012
Today is the final day of the blog tour, with a review over at The Book Bug. Thank you for following me for part or all of the tour! If you’ve missed any of the stops and would like to go back and read them, here’s a list: Kick-off and giveaway at The Book Bug. […]
Today’s blog tour includes two reviews. Both are written by Sheila of LDS Women’s Book Review. You can read her thoughts on her blog, Why Not? Because I Said So!, or on LDS Women’s Book Review.
Today’s stop is a review, interview, and giveaway at Bonnie Gets a Say. There are currently four giveaways for the book: The Book Bug; I Am A Reader, Not A Writer; Getting Your Read On; and Bonnie Gets a Say. Good luck with your entries!
Today’s stop is a review on Books For Me. It’s one of those reviews that makes me want to do a happy dance!
Getting Your Read On is today’s stop on the tour. Aimee has posted a review and is hosting a giveaway (yep, another chance to win a free copy!).
Today’s blog tour stop is a review by Bookworm Lisa. You can read her thoughts here. (She rates it 4/5 stars.) If you’re looking for your next great read, spend some time at her site and look through her recommendations!
Today’s tour stop is an interview at The Book Bug. You can read all about how I’m not very good at riding my bike or writing in chronological order or coming up with good titles. And if there are any problems with the post, it’s totally my fault, either because I answered the questions poorly […]
Today’s tour stop is an interview and a book giveaway on I Am A Reader, Not a Writer. You can read all about why I’d like to have some terrorists over for dinner, why I like my kindle, my favorite childhood book, and if I prefer Harry Potter or Twilight.
I’ve lived in Utah more often than not the last thirteen years, but I still call Moses Lake, Washington my hometown. Many places in Moses Lake are full of memories, especially the high school, the swimming pools, the seminary building, the church I attended, and my parent’s house. The most important thing about my parent’s home is […]
Day three’s stop is back at The Book Bug. It’s a guest post by me about deeper meaning in Espionage and in the opera Carmen. While you’re there, you can enter a contest to win a free copy of Espionage.