Sunday, November 29, 2009
November, Where Have You Gone?
It's hard to believe that Thanksgiving has passed and November is almost over. The last day for NaNoWriMo is tomorrow and I will never make my goal, but I keep plugging away at Amelia's Mission whenever I can. If nothing else, I am becoming a more disciplined writer.
We're gearing up for new book tours to start on December 1st. Pump Up Your Book Promotion is running a reduced schedule in December.
I hope you'll visit http://virtualbooktours.wordpress.com/ in December and follow the many authors in various genres who will be touring with us next month. Our founder, Dorothy, has put together a great video trailer for the 12 Days of Christmas Book Tour Special, which you can check out at YouTube.
Here is our list of authors:
Michael Anthony and Mass Casualaties
Malana Ashlie and Gringos in Paradise: Our Honduras Odyssey
David Berner and Accidental Lessons
James Burns and The 3 Secret Pillars of Wealth
Joy DeKok and Rain Dance
James Diehl and World War II Heroes of Southern Delaware
Hope Edelman and The Possibility of Everything
Michael Estepa and Purged by Darkness
Bernadine Feagins and Hakim and Terrance Shadow Mystery
J.M. Hochstetler and Wind of the Spirit
Dr. Barbara Becker Holstein and The Truth (I'm a girl, I'm Smart and I Know Everything)
Ingrid King and Buckley's Story: Lessons from a Feline Master Teacher
Jacqueline Klosek and War on Privacy
Barbora Knobova and Tales for Delicious Girls
Gale Laure and Evolution of a Sad Woman
Stephen Masse and A Jolly Good Fellow
Beverly Stowe McClure and Just Breeze
J.W. Nicklaus and The Light, The Dark and Ember Between
Maryann Paige and Cemetery Gates
Dixie Phillips and One Noble Journey
Dot Ryan and Corrigans' Pool (we'll review this in January)
Victoria Simcox and The Magic Warble
Pat Snyder and The Dog Ate My Planner
Larry Sweitzer and The Ghost, the Eggheads, and Babe Ruth's Piano
John Tippets and Hearts of Courage (we reviewed this over the summer)
Cindy Vallar and The Scottish Thistle
Bill Walker and A Note From an old Acquaintance
Sophia White and Jesus is for Everyone
With so many authors and such a diverse set of genres, you're sure to find something for everyone on your shopping list.
As we move from November into December, I hope you'll stick with us to see what fun things we have in store.
Thanks agan for your support.