Are you ready to step through and see what lies beyond?
I have been invited to participate in a Blog Tour.
I have never done a Blog Tour, and so I am quite intrigued and looking forward to this.
Being a stop on the tour will constitute an early promotion of my serialized novel
A Wizard’s Life, and I will be revealing a few things that I have not revealed as yet.
On April 7, my sponsor (the wonderful Ruth Chatlien, http://ruthhullchatlienbooks.com) will be posting an introduction to me and my blog along with my photo (in all its beefcake glory) and a short “biography” (a blurb not much more informative than the “Approved by Inspector No. 47” label found in a new pack of underwear). I can only assure you ahead of time that my image cannot be properly framed in a single shot, and my life cannot be condensed to 3 sentences. However, contrary to rumor and the occasional difficulty I have rising in the morning, I do live, breathe, and exist.
On April 14, right here in “The Wizard’s Workshop,” I will post my answers to 4 questions about my current project, my vision, and my approach as an author.
I will also introduce 3 authors along with their photos and bios and a link to each of their blogs. They will answer the same questions on their sites a week later.
Thus, the tour is perpetuated.
Obviously, this is a drive to introduce authors and to promote traffic and followers to their sites.
I welcome and look forward to many more apprentices to join in.
I would like to open this opportunity to my followers.
If you would like to participate, I shall give the spots to the first 3 authors who reply to this post. You need to have a blog to which I can send a reply along with instructions.
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Lmao at the breathe and exist part. I have nothing out yet, so I cannot participate, but I will follow and watch closely 🙂
Heh. Thanks, Karla!
I still have 3 invites to hand out.