I’m very fortunate to be acquainted with some incredible writers who have been kind enough to host me and give me an opportunity to talk about my new book. We begin in Ireland, hop over to Scotland, pop back to the US, and before we’re finished we’ll hit Nova Scotia, Canada and also spend some time in my hometown of St. John’s, Newfoundland. Oh yeah, we’ll be good and jet-lagged by the time we’re done. Might even need a dram to set us straight. C’mon we goes.
So here’s how it works. Below are the dates and links for when and where you will find me answering questions. I have it on good authority there may be an interview or two with the hero in Bound to the Highlander, James MacIntosh. I don’t know how they managed that, since he’s a bit reserved and well you know, six hundred years old. Either way, I’m told his answers were…interesting.Check out my book cover at the top of this post. In the top left hand corner you’ll see a MacIntosh clan crest brooch pin. I own it and would like to give it away and so will do a draw at the end of the blog tour from anyone who comments on any of the stops along the way.
So let’s get started shall we?
October 10th – Release Day: Heart of Fiction
October 11th – Familiarize Friday with Nancy Jardine – an interview with James MacIntosh
October 13th – Under the Covers with James MacIntosh hosted by Dawn Roberto
October 14th – Shawna Romkey
October 15th – Nina Mason
October 15th – Annette Drake
October 16th – Nancy Jardine
October 17th – Julia Phillips Smith
October 21st – Paul Butler
October 23rd – Victoria Barbour
October 24th – Lesleyanne Ryan
October 28th – Sarah England
October 28th – The Chocolate Box
November 4th – Michelle Helliwell
November 6th – Charlene Raddon
November 6th – Cathie Dunn
November 7th – Valerie Francis
I’ll post reminders along the tour and share some information about my hosts as well. Since I love giving stuff away, there might even be some Amazon gift card spot prizes too. So fasten your seatbelt, scooch in close to your seat mate (hopefully you’ll be lucky like me and have Andy Whitfield’s doppleganger seated beside you), put your chair in the upright position, and let’s take off.
Don’t you love that feeling in the pit of your gut the moment the wheels leave the ground?