Dancing & Doughnuts World Tour Links


Here's the official schedule of every stop on this tour!  Blog names are linked to each blog for right now, and as each post goes live, I'll change that to a link to the actual post.

Saturday, Aug. 25 -- Summer Book Release Party on Facebook

Sunday, Aug. 26 -- review at Ink Castles

Monday, Aug. 27 -- interview at The Western Desk

Tuesday, Aug. 28 -- interview at Stretching the Metaphorical Cello and interview at Bookish Orchestrations

Wednesday, Aug. 29 -- interview at I'm Charles Baker Harris (And I Can Read)

Thursday, Aug. 30 -- interview at Unicorn Quester

Friday, Aug. 31 -- RELEASE DAY!  review at Meanwhile, in Rivendell...

Saturday, Sept. 1 -- review at The Flowering Vales

Sunday, Sept. 2 -- interview at Meanwhile, in Rivendell...

Monday, Sept. 3 -- review and interview at Any Merry Little Thought

Tuesday, Sept. 4 -- review at Coffee, Classics, and Craziness

Wednesday, Sept. 5 -- interview at The Flowering Vales, review at What a Novel Idea, and review at I'm Charles Baker Harris (And I Can Read)

Thursday, Sept. 6 -- review at Seasons of Humility

Friday, Sept. 7 -- interview at Coffee, Classics, and Craziness

Saturday, Sept. 8 -- review at The Book Sprite, review at Flowers of Quiet Happiness

When you stop by a tour post, you'll have the opportunity to enter a giveaway I'm hosting.  And yes, you can enter it more than once!  The more posts you visit, the more entries you'll get.

2 comments:

  1. Hey Hamlette,
    I am so sorry that I wasn't able to participate! I really wanted to, but this year has been really crazy busy, and I have had a hard time being on time. I do really want to read this so I'll try to convince our library to get it!

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    1. Not a problem, MC! I'm no stranger to the world of crazy-busy. Hope you can get your hands on a copy! That would be so awesome if you get your library to buy a copy! Then lots of people could discover it :-) Or you could read it over and over for free! Or both!

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