Monday, 23 September 2013

The Bittersweet Vine Blog Tour

The Bittersweet Vine Blog Tour

I am pleased to announce that to celebrate the launch of my second novel, The Bittersweet Vine, I am going on tour. A blog tour. During the month of October I will be making several stops as detailed below with author interviews and guest posts.

Stop 1 - The Coffee Stained Manuscript! That's here. This is where it all started. My blog. The one which reveals all my writing highs and lows.  On the 1st October 2013 I will be writing a post on my experiences between self publishing and traditional publishing!

Stop 2 - On the 7th October I will be making a stop at Jan Greenough's blog Literary Teapot. Jan Greenough is a professional author and editor who has co-authored and ghostwritten several books.  This post will feature a short author interview - part 1

Stop 3 - The 14th October will feature a post on creating memorable characters on the Abingdon Writers blog. I have given Abingdon Writers a big thank you in the acknowledgements for The Bittersweet Vine. As a writer if you don't have many friends who write you will soon find out that not everyone is as passionate about writing as you are. Abingdon writers have kept me sane and have provided a great sounding board and critique for various chapters of The Bittersweet Vine.

Stop 4 - On the 21st October will see part 2 of the author interview on Luke Murphy's blog. You may have read about Luke's story on The Coffee Stained Manuscript earlier this year on how he turned from Hockey player to author.

Stop 5 - The tour is coming to an end! on the 28th October I will be featuring a post on adding detail to your novel on Gabrielle Aquilina's blog. Gabby was one of the founding members of Abingdon Writers and is a talented writer and blogger! Her blog is always worth a visit as it's full of her musings about writing and life with well organised tips on improving your writing and sending of submissions.

And finally... Stop 6 will feature the last part of the author interview on Robin Triggs blog, A writer's Life on the 31st October.  Robin is another talented writer. I have read two of his manuscripts and can't wait to read the third. The minute you read his blog - even if you don't write - you will want to pick up a pen. Witty and insightful it's a great read!

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