Before I was smart enough to create blog posts that preserved the individual links of my blog tours, I…well…wasn’t. As a result, I am now searching the internet for two “lost” blog tours and reconstructing them as best I can, so all that material is easy to reference for my readers and for me. The following list is a partial reconstruction of the Haunting Obsession blog tour from 2o12. Some of it, apparently, is lost forever, for various reasons.
Starting today, the Haunting Obsession order page includes a link to this blog post, so (most of) this “lost” tour is now found. Next, I will be tracking down the Virtual Blue posts. After that, I was smart enough to create blog posts that preserved the individual links of my blog tours.
Haunting Obsession Virtual Book Tour 2012 (reconstructed)
Tues Aug 28 Beauty in Ruins Bonus Scene “Maxine in Ruins”
Wed Aug 29 A Book Vacation Interview with Bonnie Wasson (audio)
Sun Sept 2 Azure Dwarf Video Interview
Mon Sept 3 Bootheel Cotton Path Review (4/5 stars)
Wed Sept 5 I Read a Book Once Interview
Wed Sept 5 Bees Knees Reviews (4.5/5)
Fri Sept 7 Spellbound by Books Guest Blog Fan Support in the Social Media Age
Sat Sept 8 Jess Resides Here Video with Mermaid Mug
Sat Sept 8 Purple Jelly Bean Chair Review
Mon Sept 10 Eva’s Sanctuary Review 5/5
Wed Sept 12 (Blog Post Gone) R.J. Interviews Lily Monstermeat (direct video link)
Wed Sept 12 Book and Movie Dimension Blog Review (5/5 stars)
Fri Sept 14 Cabin Goddess RJ’s Obsession–the Cyndi Lauper Story
Sun Sept 16 I Smell Sheep 5 Ways to Repel a Ghost
Wed Sept 19 I Read a Book Once Review
Mon Nov 26 Jess Resides Here Review
Cover by John F. Allen
It took a little time to make it happen, but now with the release of Commanding the Red Lotus, my first novel-length spaceship adventure collection, Seventh Star Press and I decided to make e-book Novelette 1 PERMA-FREE. Special thanks to SSP EIC and friend Stephen Zimmer for helping to make this happen.
So now you can download “Fate of the Red Lotus,” the origin tale of the series and the first 45 pages of Commanding the Red Lotus, into most e-readers. Basically, you can now read the first entire story for nothin’. (Nook is still 99 cents because of a Nook thing we have no control of).
We’ve reformatted the book with an amazing upgraded cover by John F. Allen (seen here) and an easy to click-through ad at the end to download Commanding the Red Lotus to finish the collection for only $2.99!
So what are you waiting for? Click here to go to the “Fate of the Red Lotus” order page.
Or, if you want to skip it and get straight to reading the whole collection, click here to go to the Commanding the Red Lotus order page.