An insightful explanation of how blog tours promote brand-recognition in the book-buying world. Thanks to Pam for the post.
Thank you to Linda Hill for hosting Bex, Rebecca and I for a lovely evening in at hers (with Vol au vents).
About 18 months ago I went to a fabulous event, Oceans of Words, at which Tracey Scott-Townsend was speaking and you can see my write up here. Since then I’ve had the pleasure of meeting Tracey properly and she’s so lovely that I had to invite her onto Linda’s Book Bag to tell me about one of her books. I have also had the pleasure of reviewing some of Tracey’s poetry in So Fast and you can read that review here.
Staying in with Tracey Scott-Townsend
I absolutely loved reading So Fast, Tracey so it gives me very great pleasure to welcome you to Linda’s Book Bag today. Tell me, which of your books have you brought along to share this evening and why have you chosen it?
I’ve brought Another Rebecca along today since this is my most recently published work. Actually it’s a second edition: it…
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Thank you to Donna for her part in the cover reveal of Thora Karitas‘ #AndtheSwansBegantoSing, publication date 10th January 2019.
Today I am delighted to be one of the bloggers taking part in the cover reveal for And The Swans Began to Sing by Thora Karitas Arnadottir and I think it is gorgeous!
I can share with you the blurb below – the book releases on the 10th January 2019 and I, for one am definitely looking forward to reading it!!
The swans on the pond began to sing. It was a singing so loud they were almost screaming, as if they were encouraging me to release what I had kept inside for so long.
Gudbjorg Thorisdottir has been hiding from the ghost of an ugly secret for most of her life. When she finally faces the truth of what happened in her childhood, the ghost floats away. Painting an evocative picture of life in Iceland, this is the story of a little girl who didn’t know how unnatural it…
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