9/1/2015 1 Comment
Just a reminder - it is still summer. The season does not officially change to fall until September 23. So if you are in despair that you haven't completed your summer wish list, there is still time!
As the release date for Stone Cold Case approaches, I am busier than ever.
Saturday, I enjoyed participating in a four author book release party. Christine Goff, Liesa Malik, Patricia Coleman and I entertained our guests with games, food, and prizes.
COMING SOON: my blog tour for Stone Cold Case. You can see the schedule here: http://www.rogercharlie.com/catherine-dilts-stone-cold-case
The September blog tour will include reviews, interviews, and my own posts on a variety of topics.
September 11-13 I will be at the Colorado Gold writers conference hosted by Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers. I am volunteering as a moderator, introducing two speakers and riding herd on the room. I am also honored to be on a new author panel.
In between the writing activities there is my day job as an environmental technician. Some days I feel like I'm saving the planet, and other days the endless repetitive paperwork (or electronic-work - it's all on computer), is mindlessly boring.
My garden is enjoying late summer heat, and producing quantities of cucumbers and zucchinis. Unusually plentiful rain has helped the weeds take over, but hidden inside that wall of green are vegetables galore.
I hope you are enjoying the last weeks of summer. Get out there and do something fun!
9/9/2015 07:24:20 am
You did just the opposite from me as far as blog tours are concerned. I hired blog tour companies to set up my blog tours several times, then I decided I could do a better job. I've been on many blog tours and I like to use different bloggers at times, sometimes new bloggers even. And yes, I've seen a small spike of sales during a tour. I never offer the new book as a prize. Usually, my prize is for the person's name to be used for a character in my next book.
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