This is where we were on the last leg of the tour, for those that gave us some love, and took the time to share their beautiful blogs with us.
Miriam of Written Love Reviews, gave us a lovely review, and recommends our book for whenever you have time. Review here.
A Closet Full of Books gave an excerpt of Encantado the spooky abandoned amusement park story written by Havva Murat. Excerpt here.
Musings About the Writing Life, a blog by Linda Carroll-Bradd (author of the first story Bewitching Gypsy), gave us a lovely promotional post.
You Gotta Read did part one of a two part interview, asking Christy Thomas, Linda Carroll-Bradd, Havva Murat, and Anne Higa. The most popular question was this one “What do you want to be when you grow up?” followed by others that varied. Pretty interesting. J
Harlie’s Books did a lovely review of Spooktacular Seductions, giving a snap shot review for each story, and a rating via motorcycles. Review here.
A five star review on Pen the Dream, greeted us and gave a lovely start to the day. Done by Lisa Adams, who end the book with her short story Spooky Hallow Café. It’s as good as the name suggests, and I really think you’ll like it. Review here.
Tangled Hearts and Boxer Briefs, gave us a heat rating of 3—3.5 for Ghost of Chance by Lily Carlyle, which did get a little steamy. J Review here.
Starting off the day here, was fellow author Michelle Ziegler, who penned the second story in the book Garden of Souls—a new twist to meeting your soul mate. She asked us what our most terrifying Halloween Experience. Wanna know what frightened us on some full moon, trick-or-treat night? Click here.
You Gotta Read showed part 2 of the interview with Michelle Ziegler, Lisa Adams, me, and Lily Carlyle. The most popular question? “Is there anything you find particularly challenging about writing?” Of course, I answered a different question, ‘cause I’m off-beat like that, but there are some pretty interesting answers here.
SJParkes30 (Caitlinallycesmum) also gave us a lovely review and quizzed us on our top two Halloween traditions. Come see them all here. J
My Book Fairy were so nice as to give us a spot on their blog, showcasing our lovely covers and blurbs. See here.
Laurie Treacy gave the excerpt for Spooky Hollow Café by Lisa Adams on here blog, as seen here. I think this would be a pretty cool place to grab a mug of mocha. Yum. See here. J
Finished this tour with an excellent review on The Writer’s Trove, where she took a glance at our book, sneaking a peek at Romance in the Shadows. It had a snapshot of each story and a rating, which I always love when I’m part of an anthology. Review here.
Also a note to those whose links were broken and or who didn’t get to do what they wanted during the tour. I’ll keep an eye on them and re-post what they do, should anything spooky come up…
Read, Write, Repeat—Review
Totally Addicted to Reading—Excerpt for Where Angels Tread by Christy Thomas. Note, this link I had for them was broken, so they might’ve shared, but I’ll have to check it out.
Renea Mason—favorite five list. Note, broken link, so I’ll search for it. J
And last, but certainly not least, is the 2 Friends, Read Along With Us—their review site is rocking with reviews and they are a very big help to lots of authors. Their Facebook page is here.
Thank you to all who have taken the time to read, review, and promote this book. Your help is always appreciated in getting the word out there, and you help contribute to our success.
Thank you for hosting us and we now know some blogs to watch.
Have a lovely evening all! And now to get ready for the next tour--Light a Candle for the Beast.