Blog Tour: Catch Up

Forgive me for being so remiss in my blog tour postings over the last few days. It's been rather hectic in Lissaland with the release of Ghostwriter.

Since my last post, I've had several stops on the tour and some giveaways of free ebooks.

On Tuesday, I stopped by A Passion for Pages with an interview. This was a fun one, because there were not only questions about the book, but questions like what I'd take to a desert island and my greatest fear. (Don't laugh!)

On Wednesday, I was at Italian Brat's Obsessions. There, I went into a little more detail about the history behind the book and what it was like for the soldiers who experienced the Battle of Verdun. 
I tried to imagine what it must have been like for the men living there for nearly a year. There was never a moment when the ground didn’t shake from explosions, when shells didn’t shriek overhead. The sound could be heard from a hundred miles away. The night sky was lit nearly as brightly as day. As Seth puts it in the novel, “A year without stars.” And that was just the beginning of the horrors of that terrible place.

Thursday, I visited Word Edit for an interview and a guest post about my journey from fanfiction to author. They wrote a lovely review of Ghostwriter, too.

Today is the last day of the tour and I'm at Raum's Reading Lounge. Or, rather, my main character, Sara, is. She's the one who was interviewed for this stop. There's a give-away of a free ebook going on. Simply comment on the post or post about it on the social media site of your choice.

I'm so glad Raum was on this tour. She's the one who convinced me to write my very first article. Reading the comments is a stroll down memory lane. People talked to me about publishing, which I felt was flattering, but I thought wasn't a realistic possibility for me.

Sue of So You Think You Can Write wrote a gorgeous review and has a giveaway of a free ebook. Stop by and click on the Rafflecopter to enter.

And speaking of Rafflecopter, I have TWO giveaways going on myself. Just click to enter! But hurry, they end tonight.

My thanks to everyone who has participated so far. It's been exhilarating, these new experiences, and I've enjoyed talking with all of you.

There's more to come, though! So, stay tuned!

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