I am starting to send out requests for advanced reviews of the sequel to Beyond the Map’s Boundary called The Chronicles of Quant. Last summer I did a virtual tour with Pump Up Your Book and had a lot of good reviews and interviews. I received some excellent reviews on the first book and have decided to start the marketing process on the sequel by going back to those original blogs first. It might even be fun to try and set up my own virtual book tour this year and open up the channels to anyone who would like to participate in that on their blogs. Email me from this site if you’re interested and I’ll fire you off an ebook to review and write about.
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For the first two weeks of June, I will be doing a Virtual Book Tour for the first time. Pump Up Your Book has just posted an invitation to blogs and pod casters to reserve a spot for Beyond the Map’s Boundary on their schedules. I’ve done a fair amount of due diligence on this company and they have a very good reputation for promoting online. It should be a lot of fun to see what happens and who picks up the novel to review. Another adventure is always fun!
Sue Rakes wrote a wonderful book review leading up to the booksigning at Borders Bookstore in Logan, UT on Saturday the 24th of April. Left click on the article and then use your scroll while holding down the control key on your computer keyboard to enlarge the article for you so you can read it easier.