The blog tour for The Bartered Bride is in full swing. This week, many of my friends are joining me in getting the word out about my first novel. I'm humbled and excited and thrilled that so many have been willing to introduce me and my book to their blog followers.
Here are this week's stops:
Monday, Nov. 2 Come and visit Georgiana's blog where she's hosting a fun interview.
Tuesday, Nov. 3rd Another crit buddy and up and coming author, Katie Ganshert, is interviewing one of my characters over at http://katieganshert.blogspot.com/
Drop in to find out more about crusty old Abraham Kennebrae and his plans for his grandsons and his financial empire.
Wednesday, Nov. 4th Sweet Rose McCauley is hosting me at http://rosemccauley.blogspot.com/ Rose was one of the first ladies to volunteer to host The Bartered Bride on her website.
Also, today, my good friend and fellow Kansan, Stephanie Morrill, is interviewing me about how I work with my daughter, Heather, in plotting my stories. You can find that interview at http://stephaniemorrillbooks.com/blog/
Thursday, Nov. 5th Join me today at Jess Ferguson’s blog, where I’m guest blogging on the topic of being a Timid Marketer. You can find Jess on the web at: http://jessyferguson.blogspot.com/ Jess and I have traveled this writing journey together for awhile, facing some of the same challenges and struggles. She's a great encourager, and her blog is really terrific. Each post shows such thought.
And over at http://www.carlastewart.blogspot.com/ Carla Stewart is interviewing me about my writing journey. Carla and I are Genesis survivors! This dear sweet woman prayed for me before she even knew me, because we were Genesis finalists in the same category one year.
Nov. 6th Fellow Rochester MN writer Vicki Tiedi is hosting a stop on The Bartered Bride Blog tour. Jump on over to http://www.vickitiede.com/wordpress/ to read all about it.
Today is also day two of NaNo. Last year the first day of NaNo was a Saturday, and I was able to write over 7K words in the first 24 hrs of November. This year, NaNo opened on a Sunday. Much more difficult to get a solid word count in.
The first of each month, I usually post my goals for that month. Obviously this month's goal is 50K words and a completed rough draft.
How about you? What are your writing goals for November?