November 21, 2011

Guess who’s going everywhere Friday, Nov. 25?

You guessed it.  Me, of course! Lookee what I’ve gotten myself into AGAIN! I’m going on a blog tour with 14 terrific mystery writers, all of whom will be answering, for me, my interview question, “What was the hardest thing for you to learn about putting a publishable manuscript together, technical-wise, if there is such a word, and also, what finally tipped you over the edge so you knew for sure what to do and how to do it from then on out. Just pick one thing and give the reader a small lesson on writing a novel, with your toughest writing nemisis finally conquored.  As an example, was it POV or scheduling yourself or commas or any one of a hundred things you had to learn about writing a publishable novel.”

And what a tour this will be for all of you who follow my schedule, below, because folks on this tour have really gone the extra mile to help any unpubbed writer who wants to know the nitty-gritty about this business and not only how to enter it but also how to stay there. There’s some valuable stuff in all of these blogs, so please try to make an effort to keep up with us for the two weeks and you’ll be a lot richer, information-wise because these are all people who have done it.

Over the two weeks I’ll be keeping track of everyone who visits and leaves a comment at my blogsite, as well as who comments on my written blogs at the other authors’ blogsites and at the end of the whole two weeks I’ll award 1 copy each of Night Sounds, Murder Online, and Raven Talks Back, by drawing at the end of the tour from my list of people who comment over the two weeks. Winners can choose either e-book or print. Most of the authors will be giving away books at the end of this tour, totalling some 60-so free books to some folks, and just in time for Christmas, imagine that! What a coincidence, huh? 😉

So here’s my personal schedule from November 25 through December 9. Y’all stop by here at my blog on Friday Nov. 25th for the first one, and then daily to see the following author blogs.  Also, you might want to keep track of this whole schedule so you won’t miss any blogs.

This is my list of who will be here on my blogsite, and their dates:

Nov. 25 – Anne K. Albert

Nov. 26 – Earl Staggs

Nov. 27 – Jinx Schwartz

Nov. 28 – Mike Orenduff

Nov. 29 – Marilyn Meredith

Nov. 30 – Jean Henry Mead

Dec. 1 – Jackie King

Dec. 2 – Timothy Hallinan

Dec. 3 – M.M. Gornell

Dec. 4 – Wendy Gager

Dec. 5 – Alice Duncan

Dec. 6 – John M. Daniel

Dec. 7 – Pat Browning

Dec. 8 – Ron Benrey

Dec. 9 – Recap of all blogs and list of winners of my books

And on those same days, in case you’re not confused enough to have already run away to Disneyland by now, here’s the list of author names and urls for where I’ll be:

Nov. 25 – Ron Benrey            http://blog.benrey.com

Nov. 26 – Pat Browning         http://pbrowning.blogspot.com/

Nov. 27 – John M. Daniel       http://johnmdaniel.blogspot.com

Nov. 28 – Alice Duncan          http://aliceduncanblog.blogspot.com/

Nov. 29 – Wendy Gager        www.wsgager.blogspot.com

Nov. 30 – M. M. Gornell        http://mmgornell.wordpress.com/

Dec. 1 – Timothy Hallinan    http://www.timothyhallinan.com/blog/

Dec. 2 – Jackie King               http://bnbmysteries.blogspot.com

Dec. 3 – Jean Henry Mead   http://theviewfrommymountaintop.blogspot.com/

Dec. 4 – Marilyn Meredith     http://marilynmeredith.blogspot.com

Dec. 5 – Mike Orenduff        http://thepotthief.blogspot.com

Dec. 6 – Jinx Schwartz         http://www.jinxschwartz.blogspot.com/

Dec. 7 – Earl Staggs              http://earlwstaggs.wordpress.com/

Dec. 8 – Anne K. Albert        http://anne-k-albert.blogspot.com

Please come and see me there and comment.  You have no idea how lonely it is when nobody comments, and a lot don’t even though they do come to see the blogs.  Just a couple words put you into the running for free books either print or e.

See you starting Friday, November 25th!  I love y’al, you know I do!  And Sarge the Wonder Cat says “Hey” although I admit it sounds suspicously like “Meow”.

XOXOXO Beth, Hotclue’s alter ego.  And vice-versa.  😉

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  1. Love your post, Beth, and you. I’m really looking forward to hosting you on my blog site on Dec. 3, and appearing on yours on Nov. 30. Too bad we tour writers aren’t eligible to win one or more of the 60 plus great books to be given away.

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