Ciao, everyone. I mentioned the other day that I had only one stop left on the Password book release tour. I'm delighted to announce that it's today, and it's at Michele Jones's site. Best part? She's my sister! Nothing like finishing a long trip with a visit to a family member, you know? I hope … Continue reading Last Stop on the PASSWORD Book Release Tour
Who would have thought April would be this busy? First the Roadshow Tour, then my personal RRBC Spring Blog Party post. Then there were guest posts and friends' new releases. Today, as the month winds down, I have two more things to share. Story Empire joins the RRBC Spring Blog Party. Click here to read … Continue reading Two More Writing Links Today
Hi! Welcome to Rave Reviews Book Club’s Spring Book & Block Party. (For all the stops and oodles of chances to win a myriad of prizes, check out all the RRBC posts throughout the month-long tour.) This stop? Staci Troilo’s site currently hosted in Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA. Today I'm Giving Prizes to Two Lucky Winners: … Continue reading Weaving History into Contemporary Fiction—RRBC Tour Stop
Happy Palm Sunday! (Okay, I know that has nothing to do with our tour, but I've been tying palm crosses all morning, and it felt appropriate.) It's also Hubby's birthday today, so let me give a shout-out to him. Happy Birthday, Honey! On to business... Last week was a busy one for me and the … Continue reading The Story Empire Roadshow Winners
Hi, everybody. I'm so glad you can join me today. I'm traveling all over the place. You can find me at Delilah Devlin's site and Mary E. Thompson's site, as well as making my last tour stop with Mae Clair. But I'm especially excited to welcome C. S. Boyack here as we round out the Story Empire … Continue reading C. S. Boyack and Character in Will O’the Wisp
Today, the Story Empire Roadshow takes me to visit author P. H. Solomon, while I host author Harmony Kent. I'm so glad to have her here for the first time. Let's give her a warm welcome. Take it away, Harmony! Hello, everyone, Harmony Kent here. Welcome to my tour stop on the Story Empire Roadshow. … Continue reading Harmony Kent’s Fictional Tour of the Forest of Dean
Well, the tour continues today. I will be at Romance University talking about deep point of view, and I'll also be visiting Story Empire author Joan Hall and taking a bookmobile tour of Pittsburgh. As our Story Empire Roadshow rolls forward, I'm happy to welcome a repeat visitor to my site---Joan Hall. Joan released her … Continue reading Joan Hall Interviews Driscoll Lake’s Matt Bradford
Well, we're off on another stop on the Story Empire Roadshow tour. Today, I'll be visiting Harmony Kent. But here, I'm pleased to introduce a new author to my site, a great guy and talented author who also happens to be the newest member of Story Empire—P. H. Solomon. Today we're going to learn all … Continue reading P.H. Solomon’s Writing Journey
Hi, everyone. Today Story Empire is starting a virtual roadshow. The six authors are "taking their show on the road" and touring each other's sites. I'll be featured on a few other sites this week, too. Today, you can find me at Marlena Smith's site as well as at Story Empire's C. S. Boyack's site. … Continue reading Mae Clair Says a Storm is Brewing
Enjoy winning prizes while learning about other authors and their work? Then Story Empire has a treat for you this week.
Six authors making their rounds all week long, offering prizes and introducing their work to the world. Won’t you join us?
We’re using the bookmobile theme, but somehow I’m picturing a road trip on the Partridge Family’s bus. No matter the image in your mind, I hope we see you this week!
Hey gang, Craig here. As you know, Story Empire is a cooperative effort of six talented authors. We try to bring you some wonderful content on this blog, but we’re all authors, too. Doing a bit of collaborative promotion is part of the deal.
This week we’re going on the Story Empire Roadshow. All six of us are doing a blog tour, there will be some deep discounts on our books, and maybe a few freebies along the way. Watch for the Story Empire Bookmobile out in blogland, and tell your friends about it. You might find some wonderful new blogs to follow, too.
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