Well I don’t know about you, but I’m nearly ready for a good long nap. Can you believe we started this tour almost a month ago? Yikes!! And look where we’ve been. Wow, it’s been a blast folks. But like all good things, this tour must end. Before we do, we have three stops left and a grand prize to give away. In addition, I will be doing spot prize draws over the next two days for a free copy of Bound to the Highlander and an Amazon gift card. All set? Let’s go.
A couple of weeks ago I was hosted by some amazing Newfoundland writers and that tour coincided with my book launch here in St. John’s. I haven’t posted about this yet because I want to do something separate on it and talk about what it was like to launch an ebook and how I still managed to give autographs. 🙂
On Monday I was hosted by fellow RWAC writer Michelle Helliwell. Michelle is writing a fantastic series with an intriguing twist from traditional historicals and I just know we’re going to hear really, really awesome things from her very soon. Michelle asked me twenty-five questions requiring one or two word answers and I had a bit of a hard time with it which was a lot of fun. 🙂 Thanks for having me Michelle!!! And keep pumping out those subs!
Today I’m challenging our (really hawt) captain. We fly to bonnie Scotland again this morning. I can’t get enough of Edinburgh. I’ve only visited twice but can imaging spending a lot of time in this fascinating city. My good friend Cathie Dunn is doing a shout out for me on her blog there today. Cathie and I met online a couple of years ago and hit it off immediately. She too is a writer of Scottish historicals and her Highland Arms is a great read. All my senses were engaged while reading this book, add in that I’ve visited some of the locations she’s written about and I was swept away. Thanks for having me Cathie and for showing my brother and I such generous hospitality when we visited Edinburgh this summer. 😀
All aboard our private jet once more. I think we need something to eat don’t you? Yeah we need some snacks because this flight is gonna be a long one. I want somma dat baked goat cheese, Bridge and I had at the Cluanie Inn back in 2011. Mmmmmmmmmm, soooooo gooooood.
Ahhhhh, that was good. Across the pond we go again to lovely Utah where we visit fellow Tirgearr publishing author Charlene Raddon. Charlene has been writing romance for many years and I recently had the pleasure of reading her western historical Scent of Roses. Charlene is a vivid writer who layers in a good dose of intrigue with the romance all the while delighting the senses. Thanks for hosting me Charlene. 🙂
Well I’m spent. The captain has turned off the seatbelt sign and I’m settling in for a nap. Leave some comments on either of the above and you could walk away with some prizes either today or tomorrow when we’re back home on ‘The Rock’. Laterzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.