December 9, 2011

Now It’s Time to Say Goodbye to All The Company…

Well, this has been a busy couple of weeks, if I do say so myself. The Mystery We Write Blog Tour, Winter 2011 is over as of yesterday, and what a hectic ride it’s been! We all have held drawings and are announcing the winners on our various blogsites:

Ron Benrey           http://blog.benrey.com

Pat Browning         http://pbrowning.blogspot.com/

John M. Daniel       http://johnmdaniel.blogspot.com

Alice Duncan          http://aliceduncanblog.blogspot.com/

Wendy Gager        www.wsgager.blogspot.com

M. M. Gornell        http://mmgornell.wordpress.com/

Timothy Hallinan    http://www.timothyhallinan.com/blog/

Jackie King           http://bnbmysteries.blogspot.com

Jean Henry Mead  http://theviewfrommymountaintop.blogspot.com/

Marilyn Meredith    http://marilynmeredith.blogspot.com

Mike Orenduff        http://thepotthief.blogspot.com

Jinx Schwartz         http://www.jinxschwartz.blogspot.com/

Earl Staggs            http://earlwstaggs.wordpress.com/

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

I held my drawing yesterday and my three winners have responded with their addresses and preferences. They are:  Brenda Williamson, Jacqueline Seewald, and Sandy Giden.

Congratulations to all of you, and thank you again for visiting my blogs. Your books will be on their way to you sometime next week, if not sooner.

All of the blogs are on this page and several prior pages, easy to find if you missed someone and you want to see what they had to say on my blogsite, or you can click the links to their blogsites above. I can tell you, if you haven’t visited the various blogsites AND you’re a writer, particularly if you’re a fairly new writer, then you should visit every one of them and stay a while and look around, because there are tons of writing tips you won’t find anyplace else. We each have our own journeys in this wild, wild writing world, and we’ve each pretty come to the same conclusions, only each in our own way. We did this blog tour primarily for new writers, to help shorten their journey to publication, fame and…uh…fortune? Well, two out of three isn’t bad, right? Anyhow, this is our way of saying thanks to our readers, and also trying to help newbies along the way.

In closing today, I want to tell you that you can click on the covers of all the books to the right of this blog and go to pages where you’ll find great reviews as well as several chapters of each book for you to read and see if you like my style. 😉 If you do, there are also buy links on those pages, or you can find all of my last four books in both print and ebook on Amazon.com or Barnes&Noble.com by typing in my name. Right now, RAVEN TALKS BACK is on Christmas sale in its ebook incarnation for only $.99 cents at both places. This book has hit the bestseller lists on Amazon numerous times now. I’ve actually lost count, but people are buying it and apparently loving it. (Your mileage may vary, but I hope not 😉 Anyhow, the deal is there so you might give it a try.

Come back next week, when I put my new Christmas Page up here on my blog. It’s going to have not only YES! Christmas decorations! but also a slew of brand new Word Pictures, Christmas 2011. Last time I did this (several years ago) it was a smash hit and I hope I can reach the same level with these new ones. I’m sure going to try.

Thanks again to my fabulous co-authors on this blog tour. All pros, all have great experince to share with you on our blogs and some of us, including me, have other pages easily accessible from our blogsites that will help you make your own journey. Look around while you visit all these blogs. If you need help, you’ll find it on our blogs and websites.

Until next week, XOXO to all of you, and have a happy, safe holiday. I’ll fill you in on mine later on, it’s bound to be fun and interesting because up here on this mountainside we have a slew of family coming in for the holidays and you ALL know how that usually goes. 😉

But first, remember, next week: Word Pictures, Christmas 2011. You don’t want to miss it.

Warm Holiday Hugs, Beth Anderson aka Hotclue Herself

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  1. Farewell, BEth, until next time. It’s been a pleasure getting to know you. Best of luck on Raven Talks BAck and all your writing. Happy Holidays.

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  2. It was great getting to know you better, Beth. Kudos for all the good aticles and writing advice you posted. Happy holidays!

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  3. Thank you, Jean, and right back atcha! All in all, it was fun (most of the time.) 😉

    Cheers and Happy Holidays,
    Beth

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  4. John, I’m sure there will be a next time. Many thanks for the nice comments and encouragement and just plain being on the tour. It was great getting to know you. Hope it works wonders for your sales also!

    Cheers and Happy Holidays,
    Beth

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  5. This has been a joy, Beth. It was great to get to know you and to follow your blogs.

    Maybe next year?

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  6. Beth, it’s been a pleasure, and a fun new adventure. All the best to you and looking forward to ready Raven Talks Back. Hope to meet you in person down the road…

    Madeline

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  7. Make that “reading” — I may be tired.

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  8. Next year sounds good to me, Tim. Best of luck yourself, it’s been terrific getting to know you better.

    And Madeline, it’s been my pleasure meeting you and getting to know you too. Hope we meet fairly often!

    Cheers, all,
    Beth

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  9. Beth: I’m so glad I was able to get to know you through all the blogging. I will be a better writer for it. Best of luck and am hopping over to get Ravens now, if I didn’t buy it in yesterday’s buying frenzy.
    Wendy
    W.S. Gager on Writing

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  10. Two Mystery We Write blog tours in one year…whew! I think we deserve a pat on the back, but it’s always SO easy with someone like you on board, Beth. Thank you.

    Happy holidays, hugs, and happy writing!

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