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An Interview plus

Today’s interview was done by the woman who has not only been my tour coordinator both times, but has, in the process, become a good friend and mentor. I had enjoyed the interview itself, but was very much surprised (pleasantly so) to see what she had to say in her introduction.

She has published this interview at the Virginia Beach Examiner and Broowaha.com. If you haven’t seen it yet, the book trailer is at the end of the interview.

I am most pleased to be introduced by, and to introduce to you, Ms. Dorothy Thompson.

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As of this writing, it’s been just under a year since I wrote my first blog post. I’ve got a much better feel for it now, and more importantly have been incredibly pleased to have made some great blogging buddies. SlightlyIgnorant was the first blog I read and commented on, and her writing has improved in the short span of time I’ve been reading her blog; Joy Erickson and her crew have never failed to entertain me; GBU and her daily vignettes of life with hubby, pets, and family have consistently made me smile (I feel just a little sorry for hubby). And that’s just a few of the ones I visit all the time.

Ms. Slightly was kind enough to host me just prior to my virtual book tour and after. And now I am truly honored to be hosted on the blog of Ms. Laurie Kendrick. I have long appreciated and laughed at her oft edgy, biting, and unabashedly irreverent sense of humor.

She read my book, The Light, The Dark, and Ember Between, which I was certainly proud of. But she has, without my advance knowledge, written a review of not only the book but has a lot to say about my style. This was, I promise you, very unexpected, yet I truly feel honored that she has taken the time to do so. She has a large readership, so to have my work considered by such a virtual maven is, in a word, humbling.

LK had sent me some interview questions, which is all I thought was going to be posted, and I was only too happy to participate. If you don’t read her blog, I wholeheartedly encourage you to do so. More importantly (and selfishly) I would like to request, if I may, that you traipse on over and have a look at what she has to say about my book, and take in the interview she did with me.

I thanked you before, Laurie, but I do so again here . . . Thank You :^)

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Yesterday’s guest post at The Bookworm turned out yet a few more new folks I’d never encountered before. What was really interesting (to me) was the fondness people have for reading, and how most all of them have read since they were children. Even had a representative from RIF (Reading Is Fundamental) comment on the post, and left a URL for the old PSA’s we al used to watch on Saturday mornings in-between cartoons.

I was genuinely pleased that so many people stopped by to comment and seemed to really enjoy the post. My thanks to those of you who continue to tag along for the ride :^)

Today is a quick stop at A Book Bloggers Diary. It has a short excerpt from One Washington Diner. No weighty questions or long-winded writing today ;^)

The tour picks up in earnest again on Monday, but I’ll still be checking in on the first four stops as well as my usual blog haunts . . . you know who you are!

Have a great weekend everyone.

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If you haven’t seen it, or haven’t been to my web site to see it, now it’s nice and convenient, you don’t even need to leave the blog! If you follow me on my blog tour next month you may very well see it posted every now and again.

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