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Monday, 12 April 2010

Authors Promoting Authors

Thought I should mention that I'm on a blog tour. I joined Authors Promoting Authors and barely had a chance to introduce myself when the members upped and left to tour around blogs, promoting their books and telling all and sundry about themselves.

Well, I followed 'em didn't I?

I’m being interviewed by Blog Talk Radio with BK on May 10th. I've already been joined by Fiona Ingram and Jo Davis, and on April 23rd I will be interviewing Auora Lightbourne.

She's the author of science fiction and fantasy Space Trippers, which sound like a rival for Red Dwarf. I think I'm going to enjoy picking her brains. So, if you want to pick them with me join me here on April 23rd!

I'll have little time to draw breath and then Lloyd Kaneko will be appearing on the 30th April. He's a screen writer as well as the author of Kami Jin, and I'll certainly be asking him a lot of questions because that's something I've always been interested in doing.

Please join me and feel free to leave comments.

5 comments:

  1. I am looking forward to joining you soon! Go ahead, pick away.
    And Red Dwarf was very funny. I liked the Hitchikers books too.

    If anyone wants to prepare ahead of time and get some questions ready for me they can go to my site for my schedule and see my other interviews, get the first 1/2 of Space Trippers Book 1: Trippin' FREE, or join my little Book Tour game for a chance at $25 Visa Gift Card.
    Just click the links on my page to learn more.
    http://alightbourne.netau.net/

    Thanks and See you Soon!
    A. Lightbourne

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  2. Hiya,
    I loved Dwarf and Hitchikers. Can't wait to have a look at your book.

    L

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  3. Hey Louise, just wanted to let you know I've awarded you a Beautiful Blogger Award. Details on my blog.

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  4. I've been a published writer for 20 yrs and I'm ashamed to say I know nothing of blogging tours. Thank goodness for Google. :-D

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  5. I had to google it to find out what it meant too! It's a nice way to find out about other authors and I've made lots of friends this way.

    I thought it would be competitive, but I was in for a HUGE surprise. Everyone is so helpful.

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