The blog tour for the audiobook version of The Typewriter Girl wraps up at the end of August. It’s been a whirlwind of reviews and posts from some really wonderful blogs–I’m really grateful for the readers and bloggers who have participated. And the fact that it went so smoothly while I’ve been sick and sticking to a schedule of sleep-medicate-work-repeat is all to the credit of the lovely Amy Bruno at Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tours.
Some of the tour links:
Explaining why I love grand hotels at Historical Tapestry. My dad told us kids all hotel rooms look alike with your eyes closed, but I still wondered about life beyond the Red Roof Inn…
Chatting about Betsey’s colorful language and a favorite author-reader moment at Closed the Cover.
At A Bookish Affair, revealing three “throwaway” details from The Typewriter Girl that ended up being pretty important. Like the typewriter part.
Still to post: interviews at Flashlight Commentary (love that name for a book blog!) and Jorie Loves a Story.
And let’s not forget the giveaway: the audiobook, earbuds in a typewriter-print pouch, and the happily-ever-after t-shirt I designed. Enter and see all the tour stops here at HFVBT. It’s a long page; keep scrolling and you’ll come to the entry form.